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By Mike Woof and Dan Gilkes report on the latest launches at Hirex 94.A patent dispute may cloud the launch of Powerfab's articulated mini site dumper.The machine is based on a dumper that was originally made in the UK and sold under the Keetona name, but French firm Pel-Job claims that it owns the patent rights to the design.Pel-Job initially manufactured the model under licence from Keetona and the firm says that it later acquired the rights from the designer. And the French-built ...

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