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07 Jan 2016  |  Global
As the New Year begins, the editorial team at the Manufacturing Leadership Council offers its predictions for the year ahead. Contributors to this blog include David R. Brousell, Jeff Moad, Sankara Narayanan, and Paul Tate.
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08 Feb 2016  |  Global
Monthly Index of Industrial Production, November 2015
The publication gives a detailed analysis on the monthly index of industrial production in India along with an outlook.
29 Mar 2016  |  North America
Innovative Technology-led Growth Sustains Manufacturers in Rough Year, Customer Trends Indicate IoT in Pumps is the Next Big Thing in 2017
This research service covers the challenges faced by participants in the pumps industry and their expectations for the year 2016–2017. The study is a compilation and interpretation of customers' views (from top end-user industries) and expectations from the North American pumps industry. It provides a regional analysis and covers the economic fac...
04 Apr 2016  |  Global
Business as Unusual—The Effect 9 Extreme Events Could Have on Pump Manufacturers' Prospects and Strategies
In 2015, the price of crude oil, which was expected to stay above $100 per barrel for the next 5 years, nose-dived and is currently trading around $30 a barrel. This year, Donald Trump, who was dismissed as a complete outsider and someone who would not even stay in the race for US President, is a leading candidate. Although there are ample examples...
05 Apr 2016  |  North America
Replacement Sales to Soar as 1/4 Installed Pumps Base Gets Replaced with Higher Efficiency Models
The US Department of Energy (DoE) launched the Energy Conservation Standard for Pumps in the US market in December 2015. As a result of the standard, which sets the minimum efficiency for a given pump model, a quarter of the pumps installed in the United States are expected to be replaced with higher efficiency pumps. All pump manufacturers supplyi...
28 Apr 2016  |  Global
Mixed Opportunities Across LNG Value Chain, Automation Solution Providers to Elevate Gains by Transitioning into Main Automation and Information Contractors (MAIC)
The emerging needs of new liquefaction projects in North America and Australia and regasification terminals in Asia provide project opportunities that need to be addressed with a converged Information Technology - Operational Technology (IT-OT) solution rather than a traditional automation solution engagement model. This Frost & Sullivan research s...
29 Apr 2016  |  North America
Cost-efficient, Environment-friendly, Maintenance-free Wastewater Treatment Abilities to Widen Adoption of Biotechnology
The newest breakthrough innovation for the water and wastewater industry is the convergence of biotechnology with wastewater management. Biotechnology is the incorporation of living organisms to develop or modify products by applying scientific and engineering principles with the aid of biological agents. Anaerobic digestion, one of the processes i...
29 Apr 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Building on High Growth Potential as a Service
This study looks at the nascent yet fast-developing additive manufacturing market in Australia. Sketching an overview, it looks at the overall size and growth rates of the market and discusses key drivers and restraints. The study provides insights into technology trends both globally and domestically, throws light on market innovations, highlights...
04 May 2016  |  Global
Subdued Oil Prices to Affect Entire Oil and Gas Value Chain
This research service aims to analyze the key factors effecting the price of crude oil in the short term (2016–2017) and the expected price in the mid-term (2018–2019), as well as the impact on process equipment from 2015 to 2019. Research covers the demand-supply mismatch and positive factors driving the market such as declining CAPEX, product...
04 May 2016  |  North America
Next-Gen Automation Systems and Water-Bots to be Bedrock of Sustainable Wastewater Treatment Techniques
In North America alone, it has been estimated that nearly 21% of tap water is being wasted or lost during distribution year-on-year, chiefly as a result of lack of efficiency. Moreover, it has been estimated that global water consumption will increase nearly twofold in the next 7 years until 2023 and there is an urgent need for alternative water ma...