New York, Oct. 18, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global

New York, Oct. 18, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Molybdenum Industry” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05817696/?utm_source=GNW 6%. The shifting dynamics supporting this growth makes it critical for businesses in this space to keep abreast of the changing pulse of the market. Poised to reach over US$78.7 Billion by the year 2025, Steel will bring in healthy gains adding significant momentum to global growth. – Representing the developed world, the United States will maintain a 2.6% growth momentum. Within Europe, which continues to remain an important element in the world economy, Germany will add over US$2.6 Billion to the region’s size and clout in the next 5 to 6 years. Over US$2.1 Billion worth of projected demand in the region will come from Rest of Europe markets. In Japan, Steel will reach a market size of US$3.6 Billion by the close of the analysis period. As the world’s second largest economy and the new game changer in global markets, China exhibits the potential to grow at 5.1% over the next couple of years and add approximately US$18.9 Billion in terms of addressable opportunity for t...

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Düsseldorf, Germany — S.T. Soffiaggio Tecnica srl got a lot of marketing miles from the spiral walking sticks one of its machines cranked out for some 5,000 attendees at K 2010. On the heels of that promotion, a shoehorn giveaway in 2013 had a lot of people beating a path to the production exhibition of the Monza, Italy-based blow molding machine maker. Again at K 2016, ST had a giveaway that it expected to net it some attention and booth visits. The company made tennis rackets as it debuted the ASPI 150.3 Mono, which is an upgrade of its top-selling model, the ASPI 150.2 that cranked out the shoehorns. This third-generation machine packs a lot of new suction blow molding technology for smarter factories, particularly for automotive applications such as ducts for the air induction systems of turbo-charged engines for cars and trucks, said Martin Graziadei, one of the managing partners. “You are processing really high-technology raw materials on this machine. The plastics come out to 7 or 8 euros per kilogram, so it’s really important to have a precise machine that saves not only energy costs and maintenance, but especially on the raw materials side,” Graziadei said. “If yo...

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Düsseldorf, Germany — Economic uncertainty and unresolved global issues are dragging down market volumes in the injection molding industry worldwide, Engel executives said. During an Oct. 16 news conference on the first day of K, the Austrian injection molding machinery maker said the impact of punitive tariffs and sanctions, a continuing lack of Brexit clarity, and an ongoing debate concerning regulatory tariffs and diesel driving bans as the biggest drivers leading both consumers and business decision-makers to delay purchases and investments. “The declines are drastic and noticeable worldwide,” said Christoph Steger, chief sales officer of Engel Holding GmbH. Steger said the company is seeing an inconsistent picture across industries. Technical molding, the company’s second-largest contributor to sales, is “on budget,” he said, and the company is experiencing continued growth in medical technology. But the automotive industry — the largest of Engel’s five business units — has been the hardest hit. “There is, within the [plastics machinery] industry, a significant decline in the automotive industry,” Steger said, pointing to the ...

Warm, sunny days have finally arrived! And (best of all) summer is almost upon us. For

Warm, sunny days have finally arrived! And (best of all) summer is almost upon us. For parents, this means a lot of things. For one, the kids will be off from school 24/7 (and whining “I’m boreddddd!” for most of the hours they spend inside). But it also means treks to the beach, road trips to new locales, and other fun family getaways are about to get started. Thinking of brushing up on those wilderness skills and taking the fam on a camping trip? It’ll definitely be an adventure. (After all, sharing a tent — or better yet, one tiny RV bathroom — with a bunch of tiny humans always is.) But unlike most family vacations, this one’s requires a little extra planning for newbie campers. Before taking to the open road, consider stocking up on some camping essentials that will save everyone (and by everyone, I mostly mean Mom and Dad) any last-minute stress. I’m talking about inflatable sleeping bag mattresses that’ll ensure everyone gets a full night’s rest without any backaches come morning. And a portable grill to make breakfast, lunch, and dinner on that’ll be just as tasty as if it were cooked at home. There are al...

U.S. Producers Lose Challenge to Duties on Canadian Steel Pipe

A host of U.S. manufacturers can’t continue their legal bid to raise U.S. duty levels on large diameter welded pipe from Canada after they missed a key deadline, the U.S. Court of International Trade ruled Oct. 16. Large diameter welded pipe is used to transport oil, gas, slurry, steam, or other fluids. The U.S. imported an estimated $179.9 million worth of the pipe from Canada in 2017, according to the Commerce Department. Commerce in February determined that this pipe was being sold in the U.S. at less than fair value, and the U.S. International Trade Commission in May determined that… Seamless steel pipe, Stainless steel pipe round, Zinc wire – Capstone,https://www.mypcstrand.com/

There’s an endangered species we’re not talking about: humans

This is an excerpt from “FALTER: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out?” (Macmillan, 2019) by Bill McKibben. If you viewed Earth from far above (and for better or worse, this book will often take a high, wide perspective), roofs would probably be the first feature of human civilization you’d notice. A descending alien would see many shapes, often corresponding to the local weather: A-frames for shedding snow, for instance. There are gambrel roofs, mansards, hipped and gabled roofs. Pagodas and other Asian temples often sport conical tops; Russian churches come with onion domes; Western churches sit beneath spires. Palm leaves probably topped the earliest houses, but as humans began to grow grain in the Neolithic era, the leftover straw became a reliable roofing material. Some homes in Southern England have thatch roofs 500 years old; new layers have been added over centuries till, in some cases, the roofs are 7 feet thick. Though it is harder to find good stuff to work with — the introduction of short-stemmed wheat varieties and the widespread use of nitrogen fertilizer have weakened straw — thatch is now growing more popular with rich Europeans looking ...

Confronting Your Fears – Art Talk with Carol Cohn – The Eclectic Chic Boutique June 02,

Confronting Your Fears – Art Talk with Carol Cohn – The Eclectic Chic Boutique June 02, 2019 – Montclair, The Five Points Festival is a collision of art, toys, counterculture, and craft beer curated by Clutter Magazine and Fueled by Lagunitas Brewing Company. A designer toy convention in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint Neighborhood, Five Points is two days and nights of vinyl and plastic toys, original art, indie designers, resin, plush, blind boxes, blanks, minis, kaiju, Japanese vinyl, posters, prints, apparel, craft beer and more. The antidote to the average con, Five Points brings tastemakers, misfits, and rebels together with the new, retro, and infamous in a one-of-a-kind marketplace. Practice your Japanese language in an informal and fun setting The class is free No registration required. As of June 2018 the Japanese Conversation Group Scedule class has changed. There will be just 3 classes for each month the first , the third and the fourth week of each month. City of Science is a larger-than-life event where science, technology, engineering, and math collide! Washington Square Park and beyond transforms into a laboratory where you can put on a spacesuit an...

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Ex-Uber exec launches startup to autonomously reposition electric scooters and bikes

Just how Android is the operating system for a number of mobile phones, Tortoise wants to be the operating system for micromobility vehicles, its co-founder Dmitry Shevelenko, who previously served as Uber’s director of business development, told TechCrunch. Given the volume of micromobility operators in the space today, Tortoise aims to make it easier for these companies to more strategically deploy their respective vehicles and reposition them when needed. Using autonomous technology in tandem with remote human intervention, Tortoise’s software enables operators to remotely relocate their scooters and bikes to places where riders need them, or, where operators need them to be recharged. On an empty sidewalk, Tortoise may employ autonomous technologies while it may rely on humans to remotely control the vehicle on a highly trafficked city block. “There are big daily operating expenses with the repositioning of scooters using cars and vans,” Shevelenko said. “Not only is that very expensive, but it ends up undoing a lot of the environmental benefit of shared electric scooters.” In order for this to work, Tortoise partners with both cities and operators — though the city partner...

Qatar now so hot it has started air-conditioning the outdoors

Giant coolers in public areas accelerating climate crisis further by using electricity from fossil fuels  Temperatures in Qatar – one of the hottest places on Earth – have risen so much that authorities have installed air conditioning in the open air including in streets and outdoor markets. The country, where summer temperatures now reach up to 46C, has already started air-conditioning its football stadiums in preparation for November’s World Cup – itself delayed because of the extreme heat. Giant coolers have also been installed along pavements and even in outdoor shopping malls so a cool breeze allows life to go on as before.  But the outdoor air conditioning is part of an accelerating vicious cycle, as the electricity that powers them is from fossil fuels – which emit even more of the carbon dioxide into the atmosphere that is causing the climate emergency. Qatar, which is the largest per-capita emitter country of greenhouse gases, according to the World Bank — nearly three times as much as America and almost six times as much as China – uses about 60 percent of its electricity for cooling. The country’s total cooling capacity – and emissions – are expected to nearly double...

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