New implementation service offer available for composites manufacturers through the RUAG and Virtek partnership.

WATERLOO, ON, July 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Virtek Vision, market leader in 3D laser vision solutions, is pleased to announce the formation of a global partnership with RUAG, technology partner of the Swiss Armed Forces. RUAG presents a new range of services to aerospace manufacturers using Virtek systems. They will help users create projection files, either from existing ...

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Calling All Exporters – Awards for Honoring Business Excellence

First VIC Applications are now open for the 2021 Governor of Victoria Export Awards, which recognize and honor the state’s most innovative exporters. The prestigious awards, now in their 42nd year, cover 13 categories, including Victorian Exporter of the Year and the Victorian Women in International Business Award. The Governor of Victoria, the Honorable Linda Dessau AC, has been the ...

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Soaring gas prices force Kwara women to use the stove

Many women in Ilorin, Kwara State, have resorted to cooking stoves due to the rising price of gas.Some housewives interviewed by LEADERSHIP in the metropolis of Ilorin deplored the sudden increase in the price of cooking gas.They said the development has worsened the economy of many households. A housewife, Taibat Kadir, said that a 12.5 kg bottle she previously filled ...

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The importance of wholesale fabric underscored by summer fashion trend TikTok of “Coconut Girl,” according to Fabric Selection Inc.

Fabric Selection Inc. is based in Los Angeles and supplies fabric nationwide. Fashion trends are changing faster than ever thanks to social media, and for brands to keep pace, they need access to a reliable fabric supplier. LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) July 19, 2021 A July 12 post on ET Online reports on the latest summer fashion trend popularized on TikTok ...

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Global chip shortage has hit smartphone makers

According to online sources, the global shortage of semiconductor products has started to negatively impact the smartphone industry. Deliveries are slowing and buyers are seeing significant price increases for the first time in years. Some manufacturers have had to cut production and delay the launch of new devices. For most of the year, smartphone makers have avoided issues faced by ...

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Bangladesh’s agricultural export earnings reach $ 1 billion

The country’s income from agricultural products has increased eightfold in 12 years Bangladesh’s export earnings from its agricultural products hit the $ 1 billion mark for the first time in 2020-21, registering an increase of nearly 20% from the previous year’s figure in the middle of a prolonged Covid-19 pandemic. Exports of agricultural products have grown tremendously over the past ...

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Beam Suntory announces partnership with Boston Beer

Beam Suntory has announced a long-term strategic partnership with the Boston Beer Company that will bring iconic brands in some of the fastest growing alcoholic beverage categories. The collaboration will see tequila brand Sauza enter the ready-to-drink (RTD) category and Truly Hard Seltzer make their way into the bottled spirits segment. Sauza’s expansion into RTD format will leverage Boston Beer’s ...

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Cleo Integration Cloud for Manufacturing Helps Manufacturers Address Market Volatility

Cleo serves more than 2,000 industrial customers with its Cleo Integration Cloud (CIC) solution for manufacturing. And for most of them, it helps them fight a common enemy: chronic market volatility. Managing supply chain volatility and fluctuations is a major integration technology challenge. Along with the spikes in supply and demand caused by the explosion of e-commerce, there are also ...

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Export centers face labor shortage, as migrants stay away

By Nayan Dave & Banikinkar Pattanayak Companies in Tirupur, India’s largest garment hub, only operate with around 60% of their usual workforce. In Surat, home to some 6,000 diamond-cutting units, around 4,000,000 migrant workers and artisans, or 40% of the industry’s workforce, have not yet returned to work since Holi. Fabric production in Surat, also a textile hub, has collapsed ...

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