Tarps Now® Expansion Focuses on Deliveries of Heavy Duty Tarps & Covers

Company Expansion Continues as Significant Demand for Heavy Duty Tarps & Covers Outstrips Supplies

ST. JOSEPH, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES, June 19, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — ST. JOSEPH, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES — Tarps Now® is pleased to announce increased commitment to Heavy Duty Tarps and Covers processed at its new facility located in beautiful St. Joseph, Michigan. The roll out of expanded lines of heavy tarps meeting the needs of the trucking industry, aerospace manufacturers, EPC contractors, utilities and warehousing industries.

To meet the recent upsurge in demand, Tarps Now® routinely custom manufactures heavy duty tarps and industrial coverings in a nearly limitless variety of sizes, fabric grades, colors, weights and customization elements specified by clients to meet customer needs.

Applications for Heavy Duty Tarps and Covers have also surged in the Southeast and the Caribbean basin due to meet demands sustained from storm surge damages and hurricane related events to locations such as the Florida coastline, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Turks & Caicos islands, Dominican Republic and the Bahamas. Demand is mixed between Island governments and municipalities, local industries and private homeowners who are increasingly stocking heavy duty tarps and covers in anticipation of the 2018 Hurricane Season.

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About Tarps Now®

Tarps Now® features an extensive online catalog of heavy duty tarps, canvas tarps, poly tarps, custom tarps, vinyl tarps and industrial divider curtains. As specialists in custom canvas and vinyl tarps, they are the low-price leaders in their category. The company offers the convenience of fast, easy, online ordering as well as a knowledgeable staff to guide customers through the specification process insuring their project will be completed on time and in budget. Tarps Now® has the experience and scale to insure customer specifications are carefully followed and expectations exceeded for every project, large or small.

Michael Dill
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How to Select the Location of Your New Manufacturing Plant

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Looking for a location for your new manufacturing plant? Read about these 5 relocation factors that have a direct impact on employees and corporate tax rates.

For each candidate location, it’s crucial to calculate the total impact of local, state, and national taxes, including property-based taxes.”

— Formaspace

AUSTIN, TX, UNITED STATES, June 19, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Determining where to locate your next manufacturing plant can be a difficult decision, and it’s one that requires significant due diligence. We take a comprehensive look at the key factors — from the availability of skilled workers to effective corporate tax rates and quality of life issues — that can make your manufacturing relocation plan a success.

First, a quick disclaimer: as well all know, no two manufacturing operations are alike. For example, the needs of a specialized, R&D-driven medical devices company will be different from a price-sensitive, mass-market consumer goods operation. Likewise, an OEM electronics component supplier whose output delivery needs to be timed to the minute to satisfy a major automotive manufacturing plant will have different location requirements than a manufacturer processing raw materials sourced from a mining operation in Wyoming.

In other words, even though we’re presenting a comprehensive framework of manufacturing relocation factors, we hope it’s obvious that the importance of any one factor will be determined by the specific needs of your organization! Having said that, let’s take a look at hard costs first, followed by indirect, soft costs. Then we’ll look at some future trends to consider when weighing a manufacturing relocation decision, followed by a short list of some of the leading low-cost domestic and foreign locations. Finally, we’ll take stock of the pros and cons that could influence your own decision.

Manufacturing Relocation: Direct Hard Cost Factors to Consider

In this section, we’ll look at five relocation factors that can have a direct, measurable impact on the bottom line.

1. Supply Chain Infrastructure / Logistics and Access to Customer Markets

Does the candidate location bring you closer to your customer markets? Moving your manufacturing plant closer to your customers can help you increase profits or build up market share by speeding up delivery times, reducing inventory, and cutting costs.

Can you build an efficient, end-to-end supply chain in the candidate city, or will delivery of some components or raw materials be compromised by long distances or unreliable connections? Will weather conditions create unacceptable delays during part of the year?

We recommend performing a complete review of the region’s infrastructure, e.g. deepwater ports, freight rail access, trucking and highway connections, international airports, expediting and transshipment services, as well as Internet, communication, power and water utilities to determine if they are reliable and efficient enough to meet your specific needs.

2. Effective Corporate Tax Rates and Incentives

For each candidate location, it’s crucial to calculate the total impact of local, state, and national taxes, including property-based taxes. Quite a few jurisdictions offer tax breaks and rebates to companies in exchange for activities that benefit their community, such as renovating existing facilities or remediating brown-field sites, investing in targeted industries that create new jobs or conducting research and development activities.

(If your customer includes the Federal Government, don’t overlook preferential contract treatment set-asides — through the HUBZone program, for example — for companies headquartered in historically low-income census tracts.)

It’s also becoming more common for major companies, such as Boeing or Amazon, to conduct highly-publicized campaigns when choosing the location of a new facility. Many cities, regions, and states are willing to negotiate multi-year tax incentives or abatements in exchange for creating new jobs or locating facilities in their jurisdictions. Incentives may be available at the country level as well; for example, France has become notably more aggressive in courting tech-oriented companies.

3. Tax Domiciles, Exchange Rates and Economic Conditions

While smaller manufacturing companies are likely to keep things simple by limiting themselves to domestic operations, large corporations, such as Apple and Nike, have recently been thrust into the news as details of their highly complex tax domicile and ownership structures have been leaked to the press.

That’s quite a bit beyond our remit to provide that level of corporate advice*, as we’d rather stick to much more transparent considerations, such as exchange rates and general economic conditions. With respect to exchange rates, quite a few multi-national companies find it advantageous to hedge against dramatic shifts in exchange rates by having multiple manufacturing bases around the world. When one currency goes up, production can shift to a location with a more favorable exchange rate. And countries with long-term economic growth (and rising consumer incomes) obviously make better candidates for locating consumer goods manufacturing plants — unless your goal is to export 100% of the goods from countries with very low, depressed wages.

*We do note that proposed changes to the US Corporate tax code now before Congress (as of late November 2017) are worth careful monitoring as potential changes to the tax code may encourage US companies to repatriate their foreign-earned profits back to the USA.

4. Business Regulatory Regimes and Customs/Trade Agreements

Substantial trade agreements (such as NAFTA in North America), customs unions (such as the European Union), and special economic zones (such as China’s Shenzhen, the city immediately north of Hong Kong) have helped create regional manufacturing zones, where goods in process (as well as completed goods) can travel across country borders with minimal delays or customs duties. Harmonizing regulations across borders has also reduced non-tariff-based trade barriers. This combination has led to the development of highly-sophisticated manufactured goods supply chains; for example, oftentimes the individual components of automobiles produced North America make multiple trips across the Mexican, US, and Canadian borders before final assembly.

There are also new agreements are on the horizon that may impact manufacturing relocation decisions as well, such as the revived negotiations for a pan-Pacific trade agreement (once known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership) that will stretch from Canada to Chile, to New Zealand and Australia, to Japan and, potentially, Korea. (The US has opted out, and China has yet to be invited.

On the one hand, so important are the ramifications of major trade agreements and customs unions, such as NAFTA and the EU, that they can be considered in some cases to be the sole determining factor when deciding where to locate a new manufacturing plant. On the other hand, these agreements can be politically controversial: witness the UK’s vote to leave the EU over issues such as free movement of people — despite repeated warnings from companies, such as Honda and Airbus, that a ‘hard’ Brexit would put their UK manufacturing operations at risk. Similarly, many American workers have come to resent NAFTA, for whom the agreement represents nothing more than jobs shifting to Mexico. However, changes to the NAFTA agreement recently proposed by the US trade representatives may prove just as disruptive to workers in the Detroit automobile industry as it will to mid-west farmers who depend upon grain sales to Mexico.

The bottom line: when choosing a manufacturing location, have your eyes wide open to potential treaty and regulatory regime changes that may be on the horizon. Carefully investigate business regulations, permitting times (maddeningly long in Brazil and Greece), environmental regulations, and labor rules that would apply in your proposed new location. For example, European Union rules governing environmental pollution (such as the elimination of lead in manufacturing processes) and greenhouse gas reduction can be surprisingly strict, as can requirements for compensation and notice due to workers facing potential layoffs.

5. Business Operating Costs

Performing due diligence on direct business operating costs is next. You’ll want to collect data on these areas:

Facility / Real Estate Costs
What is the market for purchasing or leasing real estate? Will it be more advantageous to build or rent a new facility or renovate an existing one? Can you get an option for potential expansion? What are the tax implications (mentioned above) for owned property, including tools and inventory?

Utility Costs
Is the country self-sufficient in energy or could its supplies be disrupted by an energy boycott or cutoff? Are the utility costs favorable and services reliable? Will you need to budget for more than just emergency backup generators? Industries with high energy demands, such as data centers or aluminum alloy manufacturers, tend to gravitate to locations with low-cost energy resources, such as hydroelectric power.

Labor Unions and Wage Costs
What is the availability of skilled workers required for your manufacturing plant? What are the current local wage rates and minimum wage standards? Are there local training centers that graduate workers with the skills you need, or will you need to invest in training programs or pay to relocate staff? Are most manufacturing plants unionized in this location? Does the location have open or closed shop union regulations? How would you characterize the labor union’s relationship with local industry?

Employee Benefits such as Healthcare, Pensions, Unemployment, Insurance
What are the customary employee benefits in this location?

For example, will defined-benefit retirement plans (e.g. traditional pensions) or defined-contribution retirement plans (e.g. 401K) planned-benefit pensions be required as part of the compensation package?

What about employer-provided healthcare plans? Keep in mind that outside the USA most healthcare plans do not require employer contributions, these are provided either by direct insurance plans paid directly by individuals or funded by the government directly.

Is the employer responsible for paying unemployment, occupational accident or life insurance policy premiums in the proposed location? While these are benefits typically offered by American companies, this can vary worldwide.

Manufacturing Relocation: Indirect and Soft Cost Factors to Consider

Now let’s take stock of some of the indirect factors that you should consider when undertaking a manufacturing plant location analysis.

1. Network Effect / Industry Clusters / Talent and Knowledge Base

Historically, many industries tend to cluster in certain geographic areas. Examples of this include the auto and truck industry in Detroit, computers, and software in Silicon Valley, pharmaceuticals in New Jersey, entertainment and media in Los Angeles, and finance in New York City or London. If there is such a cluster of industry in your sector, you should weigh potential pros and cons of the “network effect” that comes from being located near your competitors. When a region is known for a particular industry segment, it can attract talent and support institutional “know-how” that takes many beneficial forms, from informal industry contacts to educational programs in area schools and universities. It could also lead to job poaching or worse, such as compromising industrial secrets, which may lead you to decide to avoid being located anywhere near a competitor!

2. Business Transparency and Criminal Activity

As Americans, we tend to think of successful business transactions in terms of offering the best deal, the best product, the best service. As such, the idea that you have to pay a bribe to a potential customer or an official to secure a deal, or obtain a license or agreement doesn’t happen that often (not the least of which because it’s illegal this country). However, this level of business transaction transparency is not universal around the world. Paying money to customers, government officials, and organized crime figures can be commonplace in some parts of the world, which in turn, can pose problems for Americans who want to avoid these practices and also avoid violating American law. The stakes can be even higher. Criminal activities can be life-threatening in countries such as Mexico, Honduras, or El Salvador, where kidnapping company officials (or their spouses or children) for exorbitant ransoms are not unheard of. In these regions, hiring bodyguard protection and the use of secure, armored vehicles are considered a good investment.

3. Cost of Living for Employees

Can your employees afford to live well in the proposed location or will high or rising costs drive up wage costs? Take a look at housing affordability, the effective income tax rates (for national, state, and city taxes, if applicable) as well a property taxes.

Is there a way for employees to get to work efficiently, such as via a cost-effective public transportation system? Will they spend hours commuting to work — either because the road/transit system is poor and overcrowded or the commute distance between the manufacturing plant and affordable housing is too far?

4. Quality of Life Consideration

Health and Safety

What’s the homicide rate? How many deaths occur on the highway due to accidents? Are there drug and crime epidemics in the region? Do the area’s hospitals and doctors provide sufficient preventative and emergency care?

Educational Institutions

Are the public schools high quality, or will it be necessary for employees to educate their children privately, for example, at expensive, English-language international schools?

Are there institutions of higher learning that can attract candidates and provide a source of skilled, creative employees?

Cultural Institutions, Language, Religious Worship

Does the city offer museums, symphonies, theater and other enriching cultural institutions? Will company executives and family members need to learn a foreign language? Does the city or state allow for freedom of assembly and religious worship?

Diversity and Inclusion

Are the city and its workforce culturally and racially diverse? If located abroad, are there equal opportunities for women, or will female managers or expat family members find themselves excluded from many aspects of daily work and home life? Will LGBT employees and expat family members be accepted or discriminated against?

Recreation and Leisure

Are there amateur or professional sports teams in the city or region?

Debbie Zack
Formaspace
8002511505
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What’s next for NAFTA?


Source: EIN Presswire

Logistics Services (3PL & 4PL) Market Opportunities by Key Players, Regional Segmentation and Forecasts, 2018 – 2025

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, June 19, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Logistics Services (3PL & 4PL) Industry

New Study on “2018-2025 Logistics Services (3PL & 4PL) Market Global Key Player, Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Forecast” added to Wise Guy Reports Database

This report studies the global Logistics Services (3PL & 4PL) market status and forecast, categorizes the global Logistics Services (3PL & 4PL) market size (value & volume) by manufacturers, type, application, and region. This report focuses on the top manufacturers in North America, Europe, Japan, China and other regions (India, Southeast Asia, Central & South America, and Middle East & Africa).

The global Logistics Services (3PL & 4PL) market is valued at 790 million US$ in 2017 and will reach 910 million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of 1.8% during 2018-2025.

The major manufacturers covered in this report 
DHL Supply Chain & Global Forwarding 
Kuehne + Nagel 
DB Schenker Logistics 
Nippon Express 
C.H. Robinson Worldwide 
UPS Supply Chain Solutions 
DSV 
Sinotrans 
CEVA Logistics 
Expeditors International of Washington 
Dachser 
Panalpina 
GEODIS 
Toll Holdings 
J.B. Hunt (JBI, DCS & ICS) 
Hitachi Transport System 
XPO Logistics 
GEFCO 
Yusen Logistics 
Agility 

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The 3PLs of today can provide a much broader range of services than they used to. It used to be that their primary focus was on warehousing and shipping, so if you sent them your product they would store it and ship it for you. Now, 3PLs can handle almost your entire business. This includes not only the complete supply chain cycle, but also such functions as customer service, order management, sales support, ecommerce and IT integration. In fact, there are very few aspects of your business that a 3PL can’t take care of for you and in many cases, they have technology and resources that you may not, so you get the benefit of top-tier tech without the investment.

A 4PL is an independent, singularly accountable, non-asset based integrator of clients’ supply and demand chains. The 4PL’s role is to implement and manage a value creating business solution through control of time and place utilities and influence on form and possession utilities within the client organization. Performance and success of the 4PL’s intervention is measured as a function of value creation within the client organization.

The logistics market is large, fragmented and populated by a wide range of differing companies. There are multinational companies offering a comprehensive range of logistics services leading the industry, down to smaller national freight forwarders, offering simple logistics services. The market has been driven by consolidation over the last 20 years, with customers seeking fewer, larger providers that are able to manage complex supply chains on a global basis.

Market growth has been driven by both increased economic activity and the continued trend in outsourcing of logistics activities to third-parties, both new outsourcers and companies outsourcing more activities to third-parties. The largest region in terms of outsourced logistics market size is Asia Pacific, followed by Europe and North America, with the Asia Pacific region having experienced faster growth in logistics market value than other regions. Outsourcing penetration is highest in Europe, but levels are increasing quickly in Asia Pacific. Key Trends The trend of outsourcing business processes and supply chain activities continues to be a driver of logistics company revenues and hence market growth. The growth of e-commerce is also creating an environment where supply chains are adapting to new models. Ecommerce is driving further logistics outsourcing to third-party supply chain specialists.

Dedicated e-commerce warehousing and distribution contracts are increasingly being awarded to logistics providers. A key trend in the global logistics industry is the provision of value-added services and bespoke solutions. Logistics providers are increasing their focus on specific industry sectors such as high-technology, automotive and pharmaceuticals, and offering additional value-added services that make their services more relevant for client needs. New technologies are finding their way into logistics services in order to improve productivity and enhance service. New logistics technologies being developed include vehicle management software, self-driving vehicles, robotics, internet of things applications and augmented reality. The largest logistics providers are characterized by differing service lines, asset ownership models, geographical scope and types of customers they serve.

The top three groups are all based in Europe: DHL is the largest provider globally, followed by Kuehne & Nagel and DB Schenker Logistics. All three have grown slower than the market in recent years as they have consolidated the major acquisitions made in the past. Most, but not all, of the leading logistics providers operate on a global scale, covering more than one continent. Some have a signific presence in all regions (ie Europe, Americas, Asia Pacific and Middle East / Africa). There has been significant mergers and acquisitions activity in the global logistics industry.

Geographically, this report studies the top producers and consumers, focuses on product capacity, production, value, consumption, market share and growth opportunity in these key regions, covering 
North America 
Europe 
China 
Japan 
Southeast Asia 
India 
Other Regions (India, Southeast Asia, Central & South America and Middle East & Africa)

We can also provide the customized separate regional or country-level reports, for the following regions: 
North America 
United States 
Canada 
Mexico 
Asia-Pacific 
China 
India 
Japan 
South Korea 
Australia 
Indonesia 
Singapore 
Rest of Asia-Pacific 
Europe 
Germany 
France 
UK 
Italy 
Spain 
Russia 
Rest of Europe 
Central & South America 
Brazil 
Argentina 
Rest of South America 
Middle East & Africa 
Saudi Arabia 
Turkey 
Rest of Middle East & Africa

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On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into 
Transportation 
Warehousing 
Value-added Services 
Lead Logistics Provider Services/4PL 
Other 
On the basis of the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate for each application, including 
Consumer Goods 
Healthcare 
Industrial 
Elements 
Food, Groceries 
Automotive 
Technological 
Retailing 
Other

Norah Trent
WiseGuy Research Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
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Arecont Vision® Complete Video Solution Unveiled for European Customers

ConteraVMS ConteraIP ConteraWS ConteraCMR MegaIP

Arecont Vision offers megapixel cameras, VMS, web services, & recorders

Arecont Vision unveils new Total Video Solution of megapixel cameras, VMS, web services, & cloud managed video recorders at IFSEC London

We now offer another single- and multi-sensor megapixel camera lineup to complement our Mega camera portfolio, plus advanced VMS, cloud management, and video recorder platforms.”

— Raul Calderon, Chief Operating Officer & GM

LONDON, UK, June 18, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Arecont Vision®, the industry leader in IP-based megapixel camera technology and video surveillance solutions, will demonstrate the company’s new Total Video Solution here at IFSEC International 2018. Arecont Vision executives will join members of the European sales team in stand D400, June 19 – 21, 2018 at the ExCeL, Royal Victoria Dock, London, UK. A presentation of Arecont Vision’s remote setup technology will also be on the conference agenda.

IFSEC 2018 will be the first public unveiling in Europe of the Contera VMS® Video Management System, ConteraWS® Web Services, Contera CMR® Cloud Managed Recorders, and ConteraIP® megapixel cameras that were announced earlier this year. The new Contera hardware, software, and services families join with the company’s industry-leading Arecont Vision MegaIP™ series of single and multi-sensor megapixel cameras, customer-proven across Europe and around the world.

“Our European customers are very important to Arecont Vision, and we’ve developed our new Contera offerings in part to address what they have told us,” said Raul Calderon, Chief Operating Officer and General Manager of Arecont Vision. “We now offer another single- and multi-sensor megapixel camera lineup to complement our Mega camera portfolio, plus advanced VMS, cloud management, and video recorder platforms. Our customers are now able to choose a traditional stand-alone VMS system or to leverage the power of local recording with uploaded video and management over the cloud all from Arecont Vision, or to continue to purchase our products integrated with those of our Technology Partners.”

– Learn more about the Contera VMS, WS, and CMR here – https://tinyurl.com/ya4sqs3w
– Learn more about Contera IP cameras here – https://tinyurl.com/y73lkdr8

ConteraVMS Video Management System, ConteraWS Web Services, ConteraCMR Cloud Managed Recorders, ConteraIP Indoor Dome and Micro Bullet megapixel cameras are available today. Contera Bullet, Contera Outdoor Dome, and Contera Panoramic megapixel camera models are coming soon.

Brad Donaldson, Vice President, Product Development, will deliver a technology demonstration of hands-free remote setup of new Arecont Vision cameras that dramatically simplifies installation for customers. Contera Web Services will be used, configuring and setting the views from single-sensor MegaDome G3 RS and multi-sensor adjustable-view SurroundVideo Omni G3 cameras. ConteraWS can be used to manage Arecont Vision cameras and the ConteraVMS. Video can then be uploaded and accessed from anywhere, anytime, over the cloud. The demonstration will be held in the “Show Me How Speakers Corner”, stand B350, down the main corridor from Arecont Vision, D400, on Wednesday, June 20 at 11.45 hours (11:45 AM).

Arecont Vision products are deployed by customers around the world, and are integration-tested with leading VMS, video analytics, networking, storage, and other related products through the Technology Partner Program’s MegaLab™ facility and via ONVIF support.

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ABOUT ARECONT VISION
Arecont Vision is the leading US-based manufacturer of high-performance IP cameras and video surveillance solutions. The company offers two megapixel camera families – the MegaIP™ series includes Made in USA, cyber-secure MicroBullet®, MicroDome®, MegaBall®, MegaDome®, MegaVideo®, MegaView®, and SurroundVideo® models, plus the world-class Contera® series dome and bullet models. Both camera families offer single- and multi-sensor choices that are integrated with the ConteraVMS® (video management system), ConteraWS® (web services), and the ConteraCMR® (cloud-managed video recorder) series for traditional or cloud-based video surveillance solutions. Arecont Vision supports integration with leading 3rd party products through the MegaLab™ and via ONVIF compliance.

EDITORIAL CONTACT

Jeff Whitney / VP Marketing / Arecont Vision
Phone: +1.818.937.0477
E-mail: jwhitney@arecontvision.com
Web: www.arecontvision.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/arecont-vision

Jeff N Whitney
Arecont Vision
+1.818.937.0477
email us here

What is the ConteraVMS with Web Services?


Source: EIN Presswire

Texas Mesothelioma Victims Center Now Urges an Electrical Worker in Texas to Call for Instant Access to The Nation's Most Capable Lawyers Who Go Above and Beyond for The Best Client Settlement Results

Please don't hire a lawyer/law firm before first talking to us. The fulltime mesothelioma lawyers we suggest are based in Texas.”

— Texas Mesothelioma Victims Center

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, June 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Texas Mesothelioma Victims Center is one of the top ranked sources in Texas for mesothelioma compensation for an electrical worker. From a potential financial compensation standpoint, an electrical worker with mesothelioma in Texas could be looking at a compensation settlement that exceeds a million dollars. The only catch is the person with mesothelioma must have the most capable mesothelioma attorneys working for them to receive this type of compensation settlement.

As the group would like to explain anytime at 800-714-0303, an electrical worker with mesothelioma in Texas or their family members will need to zero in on specialist mesothelioma attorneys if they expect or hope to receive the best settlement results. They will also need to hire a lawyer who has a demonstrated history of going above and beyond the call of duty for their clients when it comes to a mesothelioma compensation settlement. http://Texas.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

When the Texas Mesothelioma Victims Center mentions electrical workers with mesothelioma they are referring to:

* Electrical workers who worked at power plants/power house
* Linemen
* Maintenance workers for an electrical substation
* Residential or commercial electricians
* Oil/Gas electrical workers

The Texas Mesothelioma Victims Center says, "Some electrical workers in Texas can literally have similar levels of asbestos exposure to that of a US Navy Veteran or a shipyard worker. Unfortunately, you rarely hear about electrical workers with mesothelioma much like you're not very likely to know about construction workers with mesothelioma who built electrical substations in the 1960s, 1970s, and or 1980s.

"If you are an electrical worker, or any worker who was involved in the building of public utility facilities in Texas and you now have mesothelioma, please call us anytime at 800-714-0303 to ensure you really do hire one of the nation's most skilled mesothelioma attorneys who specializes in assisting electrical workers get the best possible financial compensation. Please don't hire a lawyer/law firm before first talking to us. The fulltime mesothelioma lawyers we suggest are based in Texas." http://Texas.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

For the best possible mesothelioma treatment options in Texas the Texas Mesothelioma Victims Center strongly recommends the following heath care facilities with the offer to help a diagnosed victim, or their family get to the right physicians at one of these hospitals: MD Anderson Cancer Center Houston Texas: https://www.mdanderson.org/, Baylor Saint Luke’s Medical Center Cancer Center Houston, Texas: https://www.bcm.edu/healthcare/care-centers/lung-institute, Dallas Methodist Hospital Dallas, Texas: http://www.methodisthealthsystem.org/lungcancer

The Texas Mesothelioma Victims Center also wants to emphasize their unsurpassed free services are available to a diagnosed victim of mesothelioma statewide including cities such as Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, El Paso, Fort Worth, Corpus Christi, Plano, Laredo, Arlington, etc. http://Texas.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

High-risk work groups for exposure to asbestos in Texas include Veterans of the US Navy, power plant workers, oil refinery workers, oil rig workers, chemical plant workers, factory workers, plumbers, electricians, auto mechanics, machinists, and construction workers. Typically, the exposure to asbestos occurred in the 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s, or 1980’s.

The states indicated with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Louisiana, Washington, and Oregon. However, because Texas is one of the nation’s largest energy producing states mesothelioma does happen to very good people in Texas.

For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health’s web site related to this rare form of cancer: https://www.cancer.gov/types/mesothelioma

Michael Thomas
Texas Mesothelioma Victims Center
800-714-0303
email us here


Source: EIN Presswire

Smartrac Expands its NFC Portfolio for Challenging Applications

SMARTRAC BullsEye On-Metal Tag

SMARTRAC is not only expanding its position as NFC technology leader – the company is broadening its range of customer-oriented RFID-based IoT Solutions.

AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS, June 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Focused on providing innovative IoT solutions and latest technologies, Smartrac is extending its portfolio of NFC products twofold. While its recently introduced Circus™ Flex and Dura tags offer enhanced environmental resistance for brand and retail applications, Smartrac’s all-new On-Metal products allow for efficient tagging of metal surfaces in industrial and automotive applications.

Smartrac’s Circus™ Flex and its non-identical twin CircusTM Dura are specifically designed to offer enhanced environmental resistance for demanding brand and retail applications. Sharing an IC and antenna design, Circus Dura excels in robustness through stiffness, while Circus Flex excels in robustness through flexibility.

Innovative technologies for different applications: Circus Flex…
The latter’s striking feature is the protection of the IC area using a special “glop top” seal, which shields the IC and its connection to the antenna. The tag responds to customer demand for highly protected flexible tags, while Circus Dura remains the optimum solution for highly protected stiff tags. Maximum stiffness and flexibility exclude each other, and with the advent of these two highly stress-resistant inlays and tags, brands and retailers can choose what best suits their needs.

…and the On-Metal product range
Companies across a great variety of industries such as industrial and automotive applications have a need to tag metallic parts, tools, machines, equipment or even metal doors and hence have a strong demand for flexible, easy-to-handle, on-metal NFC inlays for wide-ranging surfaces. Smartrac is one of the first suppliers to fully meet that demand by introducing ferrite-based NFC inlays that are flexible enough to suit roll-to-roll manufacturing processes.

Flexibility for efficient manufacturing and diverse surfaces
Combining flexible ferrite material and performance-optimized antenna designs on metal surfaces, Smartrac’s new, super-thin, ferrite-based inlays can now be produced by applying a layer of this material to the inlay, which isolates the magnetic field from the metal surface. This means that, due to their superior flexibility compared to conventional ferrite-based NFC tags from other manufacturers, Smartrac’s On-Metal NFC inlays and tags can now be used on a much wider range of metallic surfaces – concave, convex, possibly even roughened, rugged or grainy surfaces – and read by a mobile phone app or NFC reader. In addition, converters can overprint the inlays if required.

Opening the door to countless applications
The introduction of on-metal NFC products to Smartrac’s portfolio opens the door to multiple applications involving metal surfaces that need to be identified or interacted with. These includes asset management; product authentication; grey market detection; warranty activation; planned service and maintenance instructions; spare parts ordering; product feedback for product development, and many more. On top of that, consumer goods made from metal can now be NFC-enabled as well, resulting in potentially endless possibilities.

Solutions leveraging the new products’ capabilities
“By extending our NFC portfolio in response to the needs of our customers, such as brand owners and retailers as well as industrial and automotive clients, we are not only expanding Smartrac’s position as the NFC technology and innovation leader. We are also broadening our range of customer-oriented RFID-based Internet of Things solutions by leveraging our new products’ capabilities”, said Matti Tavilampi, Director of RFID Sensors and Products, Global Product Management at Smartrac.

Technologies adaptable to suit many products
The ferrite layer option will be made available across a range of Smartrac HF/NFC products, and will initially be offered for Circus and BullsEye antenna types equipped with NXP’s NTAG213 IC.

BullsEye On-Metal and Circus On-Metal will become available in July 2018, while Circus Flex and Circus Dura tags are available in large quantities as of now.

About Smartrac:
Smartrac is a leading vendor of RFID products and IoT solutions, providing both ready-made and customized offerings. We make products smart, and enable businesses to identify, authenticate, track and complement products and solutions. Our portfolio is used in a wide array of applications, such as animal identification, automation, automotive, brand experience, industry, library and media management, laundry, logistics, retail, supply chain management, and many more. Leveraging our global research & development centers, production and sales network, and IoT-enablement platform Smart Cosmos®, we embed intelligence into physical products, empowering the ecosystem of connected things. Smartrac has its registered headquarters in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. For more information, please visit www.smartrac-group.com, www.smart-cosmos.com, follow Smartrac on Twitter, or sign up for a quarterly newsletter.

Media contact:
Smartrac Technology Group
Karin Fabri
Head of Corporate Marketing & Communications
Phone: +31 203 050 150
Email: media.relations@smartrac-group.com

Christian Achenbach
SMARTRAC TECHNOLOGY GmbH
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Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Market Major Manufacturers, Trends, Demand, Share Analysis to 2025

Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Market –Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Analysis of Top Key Players and Forecast to 2025

PUNE, INDIA, June 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Market 2018

Wiseguyreports.Com adds “Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Market –Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Analysis of Top Key Players and Forecast to 2025” To Its Research Database.

Report Details:

This report provides in depth study of “Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Market” using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Market report also provides an in-depth survey of key players in the market which is based on the various objectives of an organization such as profiling, the product outline, the quantity of production, required raw material, and the financial health of the organization.

The global Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging market is valued at 16100 million US$ in 2017 and will reach 32300 million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of 9.1% during 2018-2025.

This report studies the global Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging market status and forecast, categorizes the global Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging market size (value & volume) by manufacturers, type, application, and region. This report focuses on the top manufacturers in North America, Europe, Japan, China, and other regions (India, Southeast Asia, Central & South America, and Middle East & Africa).

The terms active packaging, intelligent packaging, and smart packaging refer to packaging systems used with foods, pharmaceuticals, and several other types of products. They help extend shelf life, monitor freshness, display information on quality, improve safety, and improve convenience. 
The market in Asia Pacific is expected to show a remarkable increase in revenue share – from about 15% by the end of 2017 to almost 21% by the end of 2025, registering an increase of a remarkbale 550 basis points in value share over the period. 
Food & Beverage sector is the biggest downstream user of Active, Smart and Intelligent Packaging, accounting for 18% in 2017. 

The major manufacturers covered in this report 
PakSense 
Landec 
Sealed Air 
Bemis 
Crown 
Amcor 
3M 
Timestrip 
Cryolog 
Vitsab International 
Varcode 
LCR Hallcrest 
Thin Film Electronics 
CCL 
Temptime 
Multisorb Technologies 
Coveris

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Geographically, this report studies the key regions, focuses on product sales, value, market share and growth opportunity in these regions, covering 
North America 
Europe 
China 
Japan 
Southeast Asia 
India

We can also provide the customized separate regional or country-level reports, for the following regions: 
North America 
United States 
Canada 
Mexico 
Asia-Pacific 
China 
India 
Japan 
South Korea 
Australia 
Indonesia 
Singapore 
Rest of Asia-Pacific 
Europe 
Germany 
France 
UK 
Italy 
Spain 
Russia 
Rest of Europe 
Central & South America 
Brazil 
Argentina 
Rest of South America 
Middle East & Africa 
Saudi Arabia 
Turkey 
Rest of Middle East & Africa

On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into 
O2 Scavenging Sachets 
MAP 
TTI Labels 
Freshness Indicators 
RFID Tags 

On the basis of the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate for each application, including 
Food & Beverage 
Pharmaceuticals 
Cosmetics 
Others

Key Stakeholders 
Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Manufacturers 
Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Distributors/Traders/Wholesalers 
Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Subcomponent Manufacturers 
Industry Association 
Downstream Vendors

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Major Key Points in Table of Content:

Global Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Market Research Report 2018 
1 Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Market Overview 
1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging 
1.2 Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Segment by Type (Product Category) 
1.2.1 Global Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Production and CAGR (%) Comparison by Type (Product Category)(2013-2025) 
1.2.2 Global Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Production Market Share by Type (Product Category) in 2017 
1.2.3 O2 Scavenging Sachets 
1.2.4 MAP 
1.2.5 TTI Labels 
1.2.6 Freshness Indicators 
1.2.7 RFID Tags 
1.3 Global Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Segment by Application 
1.3.1 Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Consumption (Sales) Comparison by Application (2013-2025) 
1.3.2 Food & Beverage 
1.3.3 Pharmaceuticals 
1.3.4 Cosmetics 
1.3.5 Others 
1.4 Global Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Market by Region (2013-2025) 
1.4.1 Global Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Market Size (Value) and CAGR (%) Comparison by Region (2013-2025) 
1.4.2 North America Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.3 Europe Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.4 China Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.5 Japan Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.6 Southeast Asia Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.4.7 India Status and Prospect (2013-2025) 
1.5 Global Market Size (Value) of Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging (2013-2025) 
1.5.1 Global Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Revenue Status and Outlook (2013-2025) 
1.5.2 Global Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Capacity, Production Status and Outlook (2013-2025)

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7 Global Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis 
7.1 PakSense 
7.1.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.1.2 Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.1.2.1 Product A 
7.1.2.2 Product B 
7.1.3 PakSense Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.1.4 Main Business/Business Overview 
7.2 Landec 
7.2.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.2.2 Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.2.2.1 Product A 
7.2.2.2 Product B 
7.2.3 Landec Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.2.4 Main Business/Business Overview 
7.3 Sealed Air 
7.3.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.3.2 Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.3.2.1 Product A 
7.3.2.2 Product B 
7.3.3 Sealed Air Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.3.4 Main Business/Business Overview 
7.4 Bemis 
7.4.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors 
7.4.2 Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Product Category, Application and Specification 
7.4.2.1 Product A 
7.4.2.2 Product B 
7.4.3 Bemis Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 
7.4.4 Main Business/Business Overview 

Continued…

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California Corporate Whistleblower Center Now Urges A Manager at a Construction Company That Has Proof Their Employer is Building Defective Buildings or Roads for The US Government to Call About Rewards

Call us anytime at 866-714-6466 if the completed product turned over to the government had millions of dollars of construction defects”

— California Corporate Whistleblower Center

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, June 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The California Corporate Whistleblower Center says, "We are urging a construction manager or superintendent for a construction firm that builds any type of imaginable building, highways or buildings for any agency or department of the US government to call us anytime at 866-714-6466 if the completed product turned over to the government had millions of dollars of construction defects, and if the government was never told about these very serious issues. The financial rewards for this type of information could be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars or more as we would like to discuss anytime.” http://California.CorporateWhistleblower.Com

The types of construction defects-the California Corporate Whistleblower Center is focused in on are structural, plumbing, electrical, mechanical systems, siding/envelope or roofing defects incorporated into a recently built federal government building, highway, facility or buildings-with a special focus on the following:

* VA Hospitals
* Highways or freeways
* Military Base Housing or Barracks
* Military Administrative, Recreational or Logistics/Storage Buildings
* Low Income Housing
* Federal Courthouses
* Postal Facilities
* Special Department of Defense Building Projects
* Federal Government Research Facilities

According to the group, “If either you recently lost your job because you mentioned construction defects on a federally funded building project to your construction company bosses or you took your bosses advice and you said nothing about construction defects that will cost the federal government millions to repair——why not call us at 866-714-6466 and let us explore the reward potential with you. Why sit on a potentially winning lotto ticket without ever knowing what it might be worth?

"We are literally talking a federally funded construction project anywhere in California or for that matter anywhere in the United States.” http://California.CorporateWhistleblower.Com

Simple rules for a whistleblower from the California Corporate Whistleblower Center: Do not go to the government first if you are a potential whistleblower with substantial proof of wrongdoing. The California Corporate Whistleblower Center says, “Major whistleblowers frequently go to the government thinking they will help. It’s a huge mistake. Do not go to the news media with your whistleblower information. Public revelation of a whistleblower’s information could destroy any prospect for a reward. Do not try to force a company/employer or individual to come clean about significant Medicare fraud, overbilling the federal government for services never rendered, multi-million-dollar state or federal tax evasion, multi-million dollar construction defects involving a federally funded construction project, or a California based company falsely claiming to be a minority owned business to get preferential treatment on federal or state projects. Come to us first, tell us what type of information you have, and if we think it’s sufficient, we will help you with a focus on you getting rewarded.” http://California.CorporateWhistleblower.Com

Unlike any group in the US the Corporate Whistleblower Center can assist a potential whistleblower with packaging or building out their information to potentially increase the reward potential. They will also provide the whistleblower with access to some of the most skilled whistleblower attorneys in the nation. For more information a possible whistleblower with substantial proof of wrongdoing in California can contact the Whistleblower Center at 866-714-6466 or contact them via their website at http://California.CorporateWhistleBlower.Com.

Thomas Martin
California Corporate Whistleblower Center
866-714-6466
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PCS Software Announces 3 New ELD Interfaces and 1 New Trailer Tracking Interface

PCS Software is pleased to announce that Express Dispatching is now Integrated with 3 New ELD Interfaces and 1 New Trailer Tracking Interface.

SHENANDOAH, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, June 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — PCS now offers Interfaces to KeepTruckin, Samsara, and GeoTab for ELDs. Adding to their already lengthy list of ELD Interface Partners, which includes, JJ Keller, Omnitracs, and PeopleNet.

ELD Interface Highlights:

• Continuously imports and updates drivers’ current GPS verified locations
• Continuously imports and updates drivers’ Duty Status and available On-Duty and Driving Hours
• Imports and updates truck odometer readings once daily

PCS Software continues to grow their Trailer Tracking Interface Partners as well, which already includes ORBCOMM and SkyBitz, by releasing a new interface to Spireon.

Trailer Tracking Interface Highlights:

• Actual position tracking with historical locations per GPS ping
• Actual locations are continuously updated within Express Dispatch

PCS Software takes their industry relationships seriously and only interfaces with quality companies that deliver added value to their core systems and help improve your overall operations.

To see more about what the most powerful TMS in the cloud can do for you, visit www.PCSsoft.com!

About PCS Software

PCS Software has been developing state-of-the-art, fully integrated transportation management and accounting software since 1997 and today serves almost a thousand Full Truckload, LTL and Intermodal Trucking and Brokerage Companies throughout the United States and Canada.

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PCS Software
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Lynne Wilson Joins PLM as Chief Financial Officer

Lynne Wilson, CFO, PLM

PLM

Lynne Wilson has joined the leadership team as CFO. Lynne joins PLM with over 30 years of senior level experience in tax, audit, finance and accounting.

NEWARK, NJ, USA, June 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Newark, NJ – PLM is excited to announce that Lynne Wilson has joined the leadership team as Chief Financial Officer in the Fleet Solutions Center located in Newark, NJ. Lynne joins PLM with over 30 years of senior level experience in tax, audit, finance and accounting. Prior to joining PLM, Lynne was the CFO for Beacon Rail Leasing, a rolling stock leasing company that serves the Pan European and North American marketplaces. “Lynne’s vast experience in global organizations and proven track record as a strategic leader will position her to accelerate the execution of PLM’s mission to be the leader in the cold supply chain,” Keith Shipp, President and CEO commented.

Prior to Beacon Rail Leasing, Lynne was Senior Vice President and CFO of Marlin Business Services Corp., a public company for nine years. She also spent seven years with the General Electric Corporation in FP&A and was Global Controller of GE Commercial Finance. Lynne holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Accounting from Siena College.
Lynne’s appointment reinforces PLM’s commitment to build a platform to support our long-term goal as experts of the cold supply chain.

Robert Sukovich, who was previously the CFO and Legal Counsel will move into the leadership role of Chief Compliance Officer and Chief Legal Counsel for PLM.

About PLM
PLM, headquartered in Newark, New Jersey, is an industry leader and the only company with nationwide locations dedicated exclusively to the fleet management of refrigerated trailers in the Cold Supply Chain. PLM offers customer solutions to improve productivity and effectively manage and reduce operating costs through fleet planning, financial products, application and design of trailers, maintenance and telematics solutions, disposition strategies, data analysis and short-term rental. PLM offers the largest selection of multi-temp, single-temp, and eco-friendly electric trailers from 28’ to 53’ in length.

For more information, please visit www.plmtrailer.com or call 1- 877-736-8756.

Nicole Greco
PLM
862-229-6464
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