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Do you think Brexit will continue to have a beneficial effect for UK-based industrial vehicle manufacturers?

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This week there was good news for construction and earth-moving equipment manufacturers with production based in the UK, as figures showed a marked increase in revenue due to increasing exports (full story here). 

The UK's Construction Equipment Association said the weak pound following the Brexit vote was part of the reason. But...

Do you think Brexit will continue to have a beneficial effect for UK-based industrial vehicle manufacturers?

Yes - The benefits are only just starting to be felt
No - Once the UK actually leaves the EU sales will fall

Last week we took a look at a logging crane that can be controlled using a virtual reality headset, and we wanted to know which industry you think will be next to benefit from such technology. 50% of you voted for mining 38% agriculture and just 13% thought construction might benefit.

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