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Metal Stamping Market 2019: Key Trends, Key Players

August 21, 2019 by freemexy  

Metal Stamping Market 2019: Key Trends, Key Players

 

Metal Stamping Market 2019 reports give a short figure of the speculation return examination, Key Raw resources, Price drift of Key Raw Materials, Key Suppliers of Raw Materials, attentiveness Rate of Raw Materials, Proportion of Manufacturing Cost configuration, Raw Materials, Labor Cost and Manufacturing Expenses. Metal Stamping Market Report gives an expository assessment of the major technical hitches considered by this Market at present and in the coming years, which helps Market associates in understanding the issues they may confront while working in this Market over a more extended time-frame.sheet metal stamping parts
Global Metal Stamping market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, and revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer; the top players including:
The global Metal Stamping market will reach xxx Million USD in 2019 and CAGR xx% 2019-2024. The report begins from overview of Industry Chain structure, and describes industry environment, then analyses market size and forecast of Metal Stamping by product, region and application, in addition, this report introduces market competition situation among the vendors and company profile, besides, market price analysis and value chain features are covered in this report.

Metal Stamping Market2019 global industry research report is a professional and in-depth study on the market size, growth, share, trends, as well as industry analysis. According to the details of the consumption figures, the global Metal Stamping market is expected to reach the value of US$ XX million at the end of 2024. Furthermore, market size, the revenue share of each segment and its sub-segments, as well as forecast figures are also covered in this report. The report study provides key statistics on the market status of the Metal Stamping manufacturers and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the industry.
The report also focuses on global major leading industry players of Global Metal Stamping market providing information such as company profiles, product picture and specification, price, capacity, cost, production, revenue and contact information. Upstream raw materials and equipment and downstream demand analysis is also carried out. With tables and figures helping analyze worldwide Global Metal Stamping market, this research provides key statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the market.

Global Metal Stamping Market Forecast 2018-2023

August 21, 2019 by freemexy  

Global Metal Stamping Market Forecast 2018-2023

 

The global metal stamping market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.9% from 2018 to reach USD 289.2 billion by 2023.

The factors such as rising urbanization and industrialization, growing automotive industry, increasing demand from aerospace and aviation industry, and rise in technological advancements are driving the growth of global metal stamping market. Moreover, rising use of sheet metal across manufacturing industries and rising investments into metal stamping facilities further supports the growth of this market. However, emergence of plastics & composite materials hinders the growth of this market.precision stamping parts

Blanking process dominated the global metal stamping market in 2017, mainly due to its ability to produce precise and superior quality metal work pieces in large volumes at low costs. Moreover, its ability to provide excellent dimensional control during mass production and growing number of large manufacturing chains across automotive, aerospace & aviation, and consumer electronics sector further supports the growing demand for metal blanking.

The metal stamping market for automotive application commanded the largest share of global market in 2017 with huge and growing automobile production in developing market, especially China and India; technological advancements in automotive industry; and presence of large number of automotive metal stamping companies.

Asia Pacific commanded the largest share of the global metal stamping market in 2017, followed by Europe and North America. The large share of this region is mainly attributed to the factors such as shift of manufacturing from North America & Europe to Asia-Pacific region, rising industrialization, significantly growing automotive and aerospace & aviation industry, infrastructural developments, and rising private & government investments in the manufacturing sector.

CNC Machining Projected to be $100B Industry by 2025

August 21, 2019 by freemexy  

CNC Machining Projected to be $100B Industry by 2025


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In recent years, an increasing number of production facilities have adopted CNC lathes as their tooling of choice. By 2025, experts expect the global CNC machine market to grow to $100.9 billion in value, registering an annual growth rate of 6.8%.

Leading the Market
The lathe machines segment of the market held a significant leading share of more than 27% in 2016. Due to features such as reduced time requirements and multifunctionality, industry analysts predict the milling machines segment to see a compound annual growth rate of an estimated 9.5%.

Through 2025, this segment will likely continue to dominate this area of the market, reaching an expected valuation of $25.17 billion.

CNC Market Drivers
One of the most common prototype production methods, CNC machines operate automated tools using computer-programming inputs. CNC machinery manufacturing is experiencing a rapid rise in growth due to the need to:
CNC machines offer manufacturers a number of advantages. The growing use of practices like computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) and computer-aided design (CAD) in product design and prototyping enhances manufacturers' ability to deliver high-precision components on time. This drives growth in CNC machinery adoption and use because successfully implementing CNC equipment reduces operating costs and improves the efficiency of mass production.

Because CNC machines allow for an incredible degree of accuracy when carving complex shapes such as diagonal cuts and curves, demand has exploded with the rise in technological advancements of CAD, CAM, and other CNC software.

By saving end users significant time between design and production, CNC machining improves a facility's capabilities and increases revenue. CNC machinery also provides more precise detailing than 3D printers and works with a wider range of materials.

This improved production capacity, as well as the enhanced quality and precision CNC tooling brings, make it a solid choice for manufacturers across a wide range of industries.

Huawei secretly built North Korea wireless phone network amid sanctions

August 21, 2019 by freemexy  

Huawei secretly built North Korea's wireless phone network amid sanctions

 


A Chinese telecommunications company accused by the U.S. of being a national security threat reportedly secretly helped North Korea build its 3G wireless network -- even while the Hermit Kingdom was being squeezed by tough international sanctions.gsm fwt fixed wireless terminal

Huawei Technologies Co. worked with Chinese state-owned firm Panda International to supply the Hermit Kingdom with antennas, stations and other materials needed to launch Koryolink - its commercial wireless network - in 2008, the Washington Post reported.

The newspaper, citing internal documents it obtained and conversations with people familiar with the matter, reported that Panda International had a contract with Huawei in which Panda would transport Huawei's telecom equipment to Dandong - a Chinese-North Korea border town - where it would then be placed on trains and delivered by rail to Pyongyang.

That agreement, the newspaper adds, came after then-leader Kim Jong Il secretly visited Huawei's headquarters in China in 2006. The Washington Post reports that, for years, employees from both companies worked out of a cheap hotel near Kim Il Sung Square in the North Korean capital. Huawei, it added, also provided "managed service" of the network. And one current Huawei employee told the newspaper that he worked in 2012 and 2013 on Koryolink's automated callback system.

Those familiar with the operations told the Washington Post both companies left Pyongyang in 2016 as efforts increased to place harsher international sanctions on North Korea due to its nuclear program and human rights abuses."Huawei is fully committed to comply with all applicable laws and regulations in the countries and regions where we operate, including all export control and sanction laws and regulations," a spokesperson told the Washington Post.
The newspaper reports Huawei could have been violating U.S. export controls by maintaining a secret deal with North Korea and Panda International, as the company has used American technology in its components.

Wireless Phone Service

August 21, 2019 by freemexy  

Wireless Phone Service

 

The ACSI has over a decade of experience analyzing customer satisfaction with wireless telephone service operators in the U.S. consumer market. Each year, the ACSI interviews hundreds of customers about recent experiences with their wireless telephone service. The customer survey data serve as inputs to ACSI's proprietary model, which embeds customer satisfaction within a series of cause-and-effect relationships.4g gsm desk phone

Wireless Telephone Service Brand Study
For the wireless telephone service industry, customer satisfaction is also measured at the brand level, based on randomly sampled interviews with customers of major mobile network operators, full-service mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs), and value MVNOs. The study expands ACSI coverage of wireless phone services to provide ACSI clients with detailed customer satisfaction data at the brand level for competitive analysis of this rapidly transforming industry.
Unique to the wireless telephone service industry, the ACSI captures customer opinions about critical elements of the customer experience across all three categories of wireless service (mobile network operators, full-service MVNOs, and value MNVOs). Key aspects of the customer experience include:
For mobile network operators, the ACSI also provides a unique rating of network quality based on customer evaluations of call quality (clarity and strength), call reliability (dropped calls), network coverage, and data speed.

ACSI clients gain access to confidential wireless phone industry data spanning more than a decade, with over 30 data points per year for the largest service providers in the industry. Key metrics include customer expectations, customer perceptions about the value and quality of their actual experiences, customer complaints, and customer retention.

ACSI's proprietary modeling helps clients gauge their own company's performance in relation to industry peers and best-in-class companies in other industries. Wireless phone clients also access ACSI's full array of customer experience benchmarks for their own industry as well as obtain actionable data for improving the customer experience.

The ACSI also introduces a new measure of customer spending for the wireless telephone service industry. The Customer Value Segment Model makes it possible to distinguish customer groups based on how much each spends on wireless, along with differences in satisfaction and loyalty. The model then pinpoints the segments for which the financial return from investing in better customer satisfaction is the strongest.

Why Use Air Pillow Packaging In Your Shipping Box

August 21, 2019 by freemexy  

Why Use Air Pillow Packaging In Your Shipping Box


Every time we open a boxed shipment, the empty portion of the box is filled up by small, translucent air pillows. They're fun to squish, and even more fun to pop loudly. Also we could find the brand names on them which we as an inflatable cushion packaging manufacturer are familiar with.air tube bag
But do you ever wonder how we make these air pillows? What tools do we use to inflate and seal? Do we need a lot of manpower to doit? There are YouTube videos, and you'll find something amazing!
Inflating speed is same for both of the two machines and there are many inflatable packing fillers: air pillows film, air bubble film, air four row bubble film and still different thicknesses and sizes. Collectively, all this stuff is known as void fill. It fills the most void with the least storage and waste of any of the other options.
With use of latest technology, air-bag products giving fragile and delicate products of varying sizes even better protection from shocks, scratches and damage as well as greatly reducing shipping costs, labor costs and storage cost. At the same time air-bag film is fully recyclable and environmentally friendly.

If you are insterested in the void fill packaging or the air cushion machine, please feel free to contact us. We sincerely welcome friends from all over the world and hope we can cooperate to achieve win-win situation´╝ü

Air Pillow Packaging Machines & Systems

August 21, 2019 by freemexy  

Air Pillow Packaging Machines & Systems


Air pillow systems to protect the contents of your packages
Void fill for air cushioning applications
Blocking and bracing for protective packaging applications
Biodegradable air pillows available for cushioned packaging
Inflatable air pillow machines available
AP-2000 for small foot print tabletop machine
AP-8000C for high volume cost effective void fill on demand
Do you need to protect the contents of your packaging? You can now produce your own eco-friendly iCushion? Air Pillows right on your tabletop. The IPG cushions are light weight, perforated, scratch resistant and can be reused or recycled.air pillow bag

Please call INOPAK for a free demonstration of the iCushion? system at your location.

Pillow Pakr by FP International Produces Bubble Rolls on Site

August 21, 2019 by freemexy  

Pillow Pakr by FP International Produces Bubble Rolls on Site

 

Save money in transportation and storage costs by eliminating traditional bubble rolls. Gain valuable floor space. One inflated roll of PILLOW PAK? Quilt Medium film, with its 7/8″ height, makes the equivalent of four full bundles of traditional ? bubble wrapping material 48″ wide and 250 feet long.air cushion protective packaging

PILLOW PAK'r film doesn't pop and lose its cushioning properties. The film allows air to move (or transfer) between cells providing superior product cushioning and protection.

Benefits of Pillow PAK'r
Reduce Damage! Unique air transfer technology improves cushioning.
Cost Effective! Lower material costs because 7/8″ PILLOW PAK Quilt Medium bubble height reduces number of wraps while providing same cushioning protection.
Maximum flexibility! Perforated every six inches for easy handling.
Easy to Use! Simple to operate machine controls.
Space Saving! Use at pack station or with portable Bundle Winder.
Fast! Makes a 1,000 sq. ft. bundle in less than 8 1/2 minutes.
Environmentally Friendly, PILLOW PAK'R air cushions deliver a cost-effective, durable bubble material to your customers providing superior product cushioning and protection. It simultaneously provides an environmentally responsible product that is lightweight, recyclable and reusable.

Hangzhou switches on to digital economy

August 21, 2019 by freemexy  

Hangzhou switches on to digital economy

 

In an effort to upgrade its industrial structure, the Hangzhou government is to accelerate development of the digital economy, switching from traditional trade markets to global online retailing and the self-owned brand market.To get more hangzhou news, you can visit shine news official website.

At the 4th Cross-Border E-commerce Summit at the Baima Lake Expo Center last week, the city government announced the creation of a "Silk Road" in cyberspace and expanding digital business via invisible Internet routes to realize that upgrading plan.

Since President Xi Jinping proposed the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road initiatives in 2013, China and countries along the ancient routes have launched a series of cooperative e-commerce projects.

The summit attracted industrial insiders and enterprises from home and abroad, hoping to serve cooperative projects more effectively.

Smart Africa, an organization sharing technology and expertise established under the initiative of African countries, is seeking investment from Hangzhou.The digital economy is upgrading the industrial structure in Africa. Alibaba Group has already reached cooperation with Rwanda," said Didier Nkurikiyimfura, department director of Smart Africa. "I invite more Hangzhou companies to invest there and cooperate with Belt and Road countries, solving economic problems for Africa."

Last year, Alibaba's Jack Ma announced the construction an electronic world trade platform (eWTP) in Rwanda. The multilateral international collaboration platform aims to formulate new rules for international e-commerce, to benefit developing countries and to make easy "global sell" and "global buy" with the platform.

In addition, eWTP is also trying to promote best practices of Hangzhou's cross-border e-commerce industry to other parts of the world, especially in Belt and Road countries, in the hope of re-connecting the ancient Silk Road with electronic businesses.

During the summit, the China (Hangzhou) Cross-Border E-commerce Pilot Zone signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Shopee, a leading Southeast Asian e-commerce platform.

In the future, Shopee will set up an operational center and a logistics center in Xiaoshan District.

Both sides are looking forward to cementing cooperation in regional infrastructure, talent development and industrial clusters.

The partnership will serve as a gateway for Hangzhou enterprises to tap into the Southeast Asian market, as well as countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative, aiming to promoting Hangzhou brands overseas.

In recent years, the focus of the cross-border e-commerce industry has switched from policy innovations and infrastructure development to building own brands for small and medium sized companies.

If Chinese tanks take Hong Kong, who'll be surprised? Land grabs are happening everywhere

August 21, 2019 by freemexy  

In the glorious world of journalism, tanks always "roll" across borders. I've never in my life actually seen a tank roll, but you get the point. They don't let anything stand in their way - or nothing is supposed to stand in their way.To get more china news in english, you can visit shine news official website.

Hence the Hong Kong Chinese should back off if the People's Army come "rolling" across the border; the Syrian Kurds should stand aside if the Turkish army crosses their mutual border; the Muslims of Jammu and Kashmir must pay respect to the Indian army's reinforcements; the Ukrainians or Russians hostile to Putin should not tangle with the Russian army on the Black Sea coast. Nor should the Palestinians protest when Israel's army arrives to demolish their homes or steal more of their land.

Territorial acquisition is quite the thing these days. Whether it comes through fear of political infection - the Chinese government doesn't want the contagion of civil chaos in Hong Kong to spread - or ethnic hatred or sectarian hatred, or nationalism, or just plain greed, we are growing dangerously accustomed to the sight of armies and paramilitary forces taking over other people's property. Not since Saddam tried to gobble up Kuwait have we seen anything on this scale, when Iraq's army was easily (and bloodily) sent packing.

Of course, when non-state armies try to take over the land we all collaborate to smash them, whatever the cost for innocent civilians. When Isis tried to set up a caliphate and grabbed much of Iraq and Syria - and assaulted the west - we all collaborated in bombing Fallujah, Mosul, Aleppo, Raqqa, you name it. Some truly evil empires are not allowed to get away with it, whoever gets blown to bits in the battle.

But today, you just have to claim that Hong Kong really is an integral part of China, that Crimea has always been Russian, that Jammu and Kashmir belong to Hindu-majority India and that the West Bank is in reality a place called Judea and Samaria. And hunky-dory, it's all in the bag. Threatening to march on to other people's property is kind of normal these days, isn't it? And if you're short of excuses, try "terrorism" - the biggest jargon word of the lot.
Hong Kong "terrorism". Jammu and Kashmir (or Pakistani) "terrorism". Ukrainian "terrorism". Kurdish "terrorism". And let's not forget Palestinian "terrorism". I wrote many times - and for the first time many years ago - that this pejorative, vicious expression would become an excuse for butchery anywhere in the world. And so today, it has come to pass. Talk about aggression, and the word "terrorism" will silence us. So the tanks can roll on.

Jigsaws are easiest when they have large pieces, and it's not difficult to fit the bits together. The Russian state should never have given Crimea to the Ukraine, Hong Kong should never have been ceded to the British imperialists at the Treaty of Nanking - the same imperialists who divided India in 1947 after which Muslim-majority Jammu and Kashmir became an Indian state (courtesy, one must add, of Pakistan). The Kurds should never have been allowed to set up a mini-state in Syria. And as for the Palestinians - let's forget all that nonsense about Oslo and the two-state solution - they should forget about the real Palestine and create "Palestine" in Jordan. I trust I make myself obscure.
It's not easy, of course, to put a stop to these dreams and nightmares. Hong Kong does "belong" to China, whether we like it or not, and solemn agreements do not remain solemn for very long. If China now threatens to betray the freedoms of Hong Kong - the independent rule of law guaranteed under the 1984 autonomy agreement known as the Sino-British Joint Declaration - it can do so because, as China keeps reminding the UK government, Britain is no longer an imperial power. Besides, the UK prime minister is too busy tearing his own country apart to waste his time worrying about the freedom of long-abandoned imperial relics.

Vladimir Putin's invasion of eastern Ukraine and the annexation of Crimea was met with sanctions by the west but with silent acceptance by the Arab nations who have so vigorously opposed the Israeli annexation of Jerusalem and Syrian Golan, and who continue to denounce the occupation of the West Bank. Putin, however, can visit Tehran as a trusted friend, be taken to a Verdi performance at the Cairo opera house by Field Marshal-President al-Sisi of Egypt, bring Erdogan of Turkey to his knees with threats of an economic boycott and pose as the saviour (which he most certainly is) of the Assad regime in Syria.

But he is also Israel's best friend, welcomes Netanyahu to the Kremlin, and has referred to the "brilliant political career" of the racist Israeli minister Avigdor Lieberman. He tells the Israelis not to go to war with Syria - and the Israelis obey. Putin welcomes King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia. He welcomes the Qataris. He sells India the Russian S400 missile defence system and supports India's takeover of Jammu and Kashmir on the grounds that this is "within the framework of the Indian constitution" - even though India has clearly torn up the legislative autonomy agreement with the region.