*This survey, commissioned by Shell Lubricants and conducted by research firm Edelman Intelligence, polled 406 decision makers in the construction industry in 8 countries (Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Russia, UK, US) from November to December 2015.

Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is defined by Shell Lubricants as the total amount spent on industrial equipment, including cost of acquisition and operation over its entire working life, including costs of lost production during equipment downtime.

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