North American industrial spending is showing the early signs of a recovery, but it”s still too early to declare the recession over, according to report by Industrial Info Resources.

Industrial Info”s “Twenty-Ten Industrial Market Outlook” shows capital and maintenance spending by North American industrial firms is projected to increase to $305 billion, a 3.32% increase from 2009.

Michael Bergen, Industrial Info”s senior vice president for marketing and forecast products, will discuss Industrial Info”s outlook report in detail at the 2nd Annual Mile High Industrial and Automation Conference, to be held March 30-31 at the Colorado Convention Center. Bergen will speak at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm on Tuesday, March 30, and again at 10:00 am on Wednesday, March 31.

Bergen will discuss which industries are expected to lead the way in project spending opportunities in 2010. He will also explore current and future spending trends, including drivers and constraints that are influencing capital and maintenance expenditures at industrial plants.

A complimentary registration to Industrial Info”s “Twenty-Ten Industrial Market Outlook” briefing can be completed by clicking here.