Manufacturers

Resins Ink Market 2020 Research by Key Manufacturers, Competitive Landscape and Industry Development by 2027

Ink Resins Market A major factor that has contributed to the escalation in demand for ink resins is the rapid growth of print media and commercial and industrial printed matter. OREGON, PORTLAND, USA, Jan. 21, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Global Ink Resins Market report provides an in-depth study of market dynamics such as drivers, restraints, opportunities and the current market ...

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Prioritize local manufacturers in benchmark policy decision – Prof. Quartey

Peter Quartey, Director of the Institute for Statistical, Social and Economic Research The Director of the Institute for Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) at the University of Ghana, Professor Peter Quartey, has called on the government to be firm in its decision-making on the benchmark policy that will promote and support the local manufacturers rather than giving benefit to ...

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Aercap struck 438 deals with airlines and manufacturers last year, the company says

Irish aircraft leasing giant Aercap secured 438 deals with airlines and manufacturers last year, the company confirmed on Monday. Aercap buys planes and engines from manufacturers such as Airbus and Boeing and leases them to airlines around the world. The Dublin-based company became the biggest player in its industry when it completed the $24 billion purchase of GE Capital Aviation ...

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China’s zero-Covid policy poses a challenge to manufacturers and supply chains

China’s battle to contain the Omicron variant risks suffocating already strained global supply chains, manufacturing officials and analysts have warned, threatening production of goods ranging from smartphones to furniture. Beijing is determined to prevent any large-scale transmission of Covid-19, especially as it prepares to host the Winter Olympics next month, and has imposed restrictions to maintain its zero-Covid strategy. A ...

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Northern Ireland manufacturers say Brexit protocol is least of concern – survey | North Ireland

Manufacturers in Northern Ireland ranked post-Brexit trade deals in Northern Ireland as the least of the challenges facing their businesses, according to a quarterly industry survey, with 28% saying trade with the EU has increased over the past year. The main concern was the labor shortage caused by the pandemic, but also the end of the freedom of movement which ...

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Gov. Mike DeWine, when mother of potential chipmaker in Ohio, backs bill for industry

Rumblings of the rotunda Chip on his shoulder: Governor Mike DeWine on Tuesday called on Congress to pass a bill that would allocate $ 53 billion to support the US semiconductor industry. He did so by dodging a question about a major new computer chip factory that is slated for the Columbus area, reports Andrew Tobias. Divide a positive: Ohio ...

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Major Key Players of the Yoga Mat Market, Major Manufacturers, Segmentation, Product Type and Outlook 2027

Emerging research logo Yoga Mat Market Size – USD 8.83 Billion in 2019, Market Growth – at 3.1% CAGR, Market Trend – Growing Use of Natural Rubber to Produce Yoga Mats VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, Jan. 9, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – The global yoga mat market is estimated to be worth $ 11.13 billion by 2027, according to current analysis from Emergen ...

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£ 500,000 advanced skills increase for West Midlands manufacturers

Hundreds of workers in the West Midlands have the opportunity to upgrade their skills thanks to a new initiative from the Black Country & Marches Institute of Technology (IoT). Companies can now access specialized training for staff aged 19 and over on one of three level 4 technical courses in automated machining, robotics and quality assurance. The £ 500,000 On-the-Job ...

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Toymakers File Court Challenge Against Oregon’s Latest Rules Under State’s Non-Toxic Children Act

The makers of children’s products have asked a federal judge to suspend provisions of Oregon’s Toxic-Free Kids Act that prohibit certain chemicals found in certain toys sold in the state. The lawsuit argues that the state cannot anticipate federal law, which already regulates chemicals. He names the Oregon attorney general and the director of the Oregon Health Authority as defendants. ...

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Economic Week Ahead: Eurozone Manufacturing, US Jobs Report

A worker checked the bodywork at the Iveco plant in Suzzara, Italy, in December. The state of European manufacturing will be measured by Monday’s IHS Markit Purchasing Managers Index. Photo: Francesca Volpi / Bloomberg News Through WSJ Staff January 2, 2022 3:00 p.m. ET The Labor Department’s December employment report is the highlight of this week’s economic data. Economists polled ...

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