Bansar Introduce Rail Freight Shipping from China to Russia, Europe and Central Asia

Railway Freight

Railway Freight

Bansar

Bansar, today begun to offer rail freight shipping to Russia, Europe and Central Asia.

SHANGHAI, SHANGHAI, CHINA, May 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Bansar,today begun to offer rail freight shipping to Russia, Europe and Central Asia. It is the fourth service Bansar will offer alongside ocean freight, air freight, customs clearance, pickup and delivery.

“Finding a professional freight forwarding company that understands its clients’ needs and offers a range of services can make a huge difference to your business,” said Mr. Max Liu, founder of Bansar. “At Bansar, we believe importing from China should be convenient, reliable and cost competitive – a reason why we strive to remove all impediments that can delay freight services.”
With Bansar’s new rail freight shipping from Chinese cities to Russia, Europe and Central Asia, clients will benefit from cost competitive freight rates. Bansar freight forwarding team will handle all logistics such as custom clearance, documentation and supervise the loading process.

Among the main services that Bansar will offer include:

Full container load (FCL) railway shipping from China to Europe, Russia and Central Asia; Bansar will offer guidance on inspections, labeling and loading processes. This will prevent possible unbalance loading, while reinforcing packaging to ensure safety during rail freight from China.

Less than Container Load (LCL) railway shipping from China to Europe, Russia and Central Asia; those importing from China, whose goods cannot fill container may opt for the LCL rail freight. It will allow small scale importers in Europe, Russia and Central Asia save on transit time and cost.

Railway carriage; it is another alternative that Bansar freight forwarders will offer for huge quantity products such as steel pipes, firebrick or construction materials.

Bansar rail freight shipping from China covers numerous routes within Russia, Europe and Central Asia. It will also arrange for road transport in areas with no railway network.

For situations where Bansar rail freight may not make economic sense based on feasibility studies, they will recommend either ocean freight or air freight. To get quotations on the rail freight costs, see the contact information below.

About Bansar

For 10 years now, Bansar has grown to be a premier freight forwarder in China. It offers a range of logistics services while partnering with various carriers and airlines for competitive rates.

With Bansar, clients can use containers for free up to 28 days and warehouse without paying for 20 to 30 days. At every stage, Bansar aims to reduce sourcing procedures and costs for all its clients shipping from China to all global ports in the world.

For more information:

Contact person: Max Liu
Contact email: max@bansarchina.com
Tel no: (086) 181-5110-2222
Website: https://www.bansarchina.com/

Max Liu
Bansar Freight Forwarding Company
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High Alloy Steel Market 2018- Global Industry Analysis, By Key Players, Segmentation, Trends And Forecast By 2023

High Alloy Steel – Global Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers, Analysis of Top Key Players and Forecast to 2023

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, April 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — High Alloy Steel Market 2018    

Description: 

The High Alloy Steel market revenue was xx.xx Million USD in 2013, grew to xx.xx Million USD in 2017, and will reach xx.xx Million USD in 2023, with a CAGR of x.x% during 2018-2023. Based on the High Alloy Steel industrial chain, this report mainly elaborate the definition, types, applications and major players of High Alloy Steel market in details. Deep analysis about market status (2013-2018), enterprise competition pattern, advantages and disadvantages of enterprise Products, industry development trends (2018-2023), regional industrial layout characteristics and macroeconomic policies, industrial policy has also be included. From raw materials to downstream buyers of this industry will be analyzed scientifically, the feature of product circulation and sales channel will be presented as well. In a word, this report will help you to establish a panorama of industrial development and characteristics of the High Alloy Steel market. 
The High Alloy Steel market can be split based on product types, major applications, and important regions. 

Major Players in High Alloy Steel market are: 
ShanghaiRiqun 
Toyama Plant 
Sanyo Special Steel 
Indus steel 
Yasugi 
Hitachi Metals 
Tobata 
Wakamatsu 
KIND & Co 
ChangzhouZhengtai 
Era steel 
Schneider 
Severstal 
Edelstahl werk 
Arcelor Group 
Yangang 
Eramet 
Kuwana 
Schmiede werke Groditz GmbH 
Fukagawa 
Aubert & Dural 
Daido Steel 
Creusot 
Tito 
Nippon Koshuha steel 

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Major Regions play vital role in High Alloy Steel market are: 
North America 
Europe 
China 
Japan 
Middle East & Africa 
India 
South America 
Others

Most important types of High Alloy Steel products covered in this report are: 
340HB 
ASP60 
Others

Most widely used downstream fields of High Alloy Steel market covered in this report are: 
Construction industry 
Industrial equipments 
Others

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Global High Alloy Steel Industry Market Research Report 
1 High Alloy Steel Introduction and Market Overview 
    1.1 Objectives of the Study 
    1.2 Definition of High Alloy Steel 
    1.3 High Alloy Steel Market Scope and Market Size Estimation 
      1.3.1 Market Concentration Ratio and Market Maturity Analysis 
      1.3.2 Global High Alloy Steel Value ($) and Growth Rate from 2013-2023 
    1.4 Market Segmentation 
      1.4.1 Types of High Alloy Steel 
      1.4.2 Applications of High Alloy Steel 
      1.4.3 Research Regions 
          1.4.3.1 North America High Alloy Steel Production Value ($) and Growth Rate (2013-2018) 
          1.4.3.2 Europe High Alloy Steel Production Value ($) and Growth Rate (2013-2018) 
          1.4.3.3 China High Alloy Steel Production Value ($) and Growth Rate (2013-2018) 
          1.4.3.4 Japan High Alloy Steel Production Value ($) and Growth Rate (2013-2018) 
          1.4.3.5 Middle East & Africa High Alloy Steel Production Value ($) and Growth Rate (2013-2018) 
          1.4.3.6 India High Alloy Steel Production Value ($) and Growth Rate (2013-2018) 
          1.4.3.7 South America High Alloy Steel Production Value ($) and Growth Rate (2013-2018) 
    1.5 Market Dynamics 
      1.5.1 Drivers 
          1.5.1.1 Emerging Countries of High Alloy Steel 
          1.5.1.2 Growing Market of High Alloy Steel 
      1.5.2 Limitations 
      1.5.3 Opportunities 
    1.6 Industry News and Policies by Regions 
      1.6.1 Industry News 
      1.6.2 Industry Policies

…….

8 Competitive Landscape 
    8.1 Competitive Profile 
    8.2 ShanghaiRiqun 
      8.2.1 Company Profiles 
      8.2.2 High Alloy Steel Product Introduction 
      8.2.3 ShanghaiRiqun Production, Value ($), Price, Gross Margin 2013-2018E 
      8.2.4 ShanghaiRiqun Market Share of High Alloy Steel Segmented by Region in 2017 
    8.3 Toyama Plant 
      8.3.1 Company Profiles 
      8.3.2 High Alloy Steel Product Introduction 
      8.3.3 Toyama Plant Production, Value ($), Price, Gross Margin 2013-2018E 
      8.3.4 Toyama Plant Market Share of High Alloy Steel Segmented by Region in 2017 
    8.4 Sanyo Special Steel 
      8.4.1 Company Profiles 
      8.4.2 High Alloy Steel Product Introduction 
      8.4.3 Sanyo Special Steel Production, Value ($), Price, Gross Margin 2013-2018E 
      8.4.4 Sanyo Special Steel Market Share of High Alloy Steel Segmented by Region in 2017 
    8.5 Indus steel 
      8.5.1 Company Profiles 
      8.5.2 High Alloy Steel Product Introduction 
      8.5.3 Indus steel Production, Value ($), Price, Gross Margin 2013-2018E 
      8.5.4 Indus steel Market Share of High Alloy Steel Segmented by Region in 2017 
    8.6 Yasugi 
      8.6.1 Company Profiles 
      8.6.2 High Alloy Steel Product Introduction 
      8.6.3 Yasugi Production, Value ($), Price, Gross Margin 2013-2018E 
      8.6.4 Yasugi Market Share of High Alloy Steel Segmented by Region in 2017 
    8.7 Hitachi Metals 
      8.7.1 Company Profiles 
      8.7.2 High Alloy Steel Product Introduction 
      8.7.3 Hitachi Metals Production, Value ($), Price, Gross Margin 2013-2018E 
      8.7.4 Hitachi Metals Market Share of High Alloy Steel Segmented by Region in 2017 
    8.8 Tobata 
      8.8.1 Company Profiles 
      8.8.2 High Alloy Steel Product Introduction 
      8.8.3 Tobata Production, Value ($), Price, Gross Margin 2013-2018E 
      8.8.4 Tobata Market Share of High Alloy Steel Segmented by Region in 2017 
    8.9 Wakamatsu 
      8.9.1 Company Profiles 
      8.9.2 High Alloy Steel Product Introduction 
      8.9.3 Wakamatsu Production, Value ($), Price, Gross Margin 2013-2018E 
      8.9.4 Wakamatsu Market Share of High Alloy Steel Segmented by Region in 2017 
    8.10 KIND & Co 
      8.10.1 Company Profiles 
      8.10.2 High Alloy Steel Product Introduction 
      8.10.3 KIND & Co Production, Value ($), Price, Gross Margin 2013-2018E 
      8.10.4 KIND & Co Market Share of High Alloy Steel Segmented by Region in 2017 
    8.11 ChangzhouZhengtai 
      8.11.1 Company Profiles 
      8.11.2 High Alloy Steel Product Introduction 
      8.11.3 ChangzhouZhengtai Production, Value ($), Price, Gross Margin 2013-2018E 
      8.11.4 ChangzhouZhengtai Market Share of High Alloy Steel Segmented by Region in 2017 
    8.12 Era steel 
      8.12.1 Company Profiles 
      8.12.2 High Alloy Steel Product Introduction 
      8.12.3 Era steel Production, Value ($), Price, Gross Margin 2013-2018E 
      8.12.4 Era steel Market Share of High Alloy Steel Segmented by Region in 2017 
    8.13 Schneider 
      8.13.1 Company Profiles 
      8.13.2 High Alloy Steel Product Introduction 
      8.13.3 Schneider Production, Value ($), Price, Gross Margin 2013-2018E 
      8.13.4 Schneider Market Share of High Alloy Steel Segmented by Region in 2017 
    8.14 Severstal 
      8.14.1 Company Profiles 
      8.14.2 High Alloy Steel Product Introduction 
      8.14.3 Severstal Production, Value ($), Price, Gross Margin 2013-2018E 
      8.14.4 Severstal Market Share of High Alloy Steel Segmented by Region in 2017 
8.15 Edelstahl werk 
    8.16 Arcelor Group 
    8.17 Yangang 
    8.18 Eramet 
    8.19 Kuwana 
    8.20 Schmiede werke Groditz GmbH 

Continued…..

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Mining Automation Market: How It Is Going To Impact On Mining Industry To Grow In Near Future

Global Mining Automation Market

Global Mining Automation Market

Mining Automation Market to Grow at a CAGR of +6% to 2023 According to Latest Research Study

HOUSTON, TEXAS, UNITED STATE, April 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Mining automation also known as automated mining removes humans from hazardous mining process. Mining automation automates the mining process for both surface and underground mining operation. Through mining automation, it is possible to run underground mines 27/7 which increase productivity while reducing cost. Mining automation also improves worker’s safety. An underground mining technique is used to extract the mineral and ore deposits, which are buried deep under the earth’s crust. The primary objective of operating an underground mine is to extract the maximum amount of ore with a minimum tailing.

Safety of mine workers is also of paramount importance in developed and emerging countries. Mining automation which includes the use of robotics technology executes mining operation in hazardous environment ensuring worker’s safety. One of the major mining automation firms Caterpillar based in the U.S. is expanding its mine-automation program. Use of robotics technology is also driving the mining automation market in North America and Europe. Mining firms are focused on increasing productivity of mining operations and reduce operational cost which is subsequently increasing the demand for mining automation.

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Mining processes involve drilling, blasting, loading, hauling, and transporting. These critical processes are performed by implementing hauling/mining trucks; drilling rigs; underground LHD loaders; and other equipment such as hybrid shovels, total stations, mining dozers, bulldozers, dredges, hydraulic jets, and feeders. A large number of automated equipment and management systems are used in mining to get better access the information on mineral locations and handling techniques. Automation in mining has a greater prospect to keep the mining operations intact with high output.

Automated mining involves removal of manual labor from the mining process. Further, reduction in time needed to travel through the mine during the shift reduces the overall cost involved in the mining process which drives the market growth. The adoption of mining automation involves requirement of highly skilled and qualified labors at the mine site. The lack of required personnel to operate the technology is the major backdrop. Absence of such required work force acts as a major restraint for the market growth.

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Chapter 4 Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5 Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6 Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

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Chapter 8 Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter 9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

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GRP Pipe Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Growth and Forecast 2018 – 2025

Wiseguyreports.Com Publish New Market Research Report On -“GRP Pipe Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Growth and Forecast 2018 – 2025”

PUNE, INDIA, April 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ —

GRP Pipe Market 2018

This report studies the global GRP Pipe market status and forecast, categorizes the global GRP Pipe 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 major manufacturers covered in this report
Amaintit
Future Pipe Industries
HengRun Group
China National Building Material Company
National Oilwell Varco
Ershing
Sarplast
HOBAS
ZCL Composites Inc.
Fibrex
Enduro
Flowtite
Beetle Plastics
ECC Corrosion
Augusta Fiberglass
Hanwei Energy Services Corp.
FRP SYSTEMS
Composites USA
Plasticon Composites
Industrial Plastic Systems
AL-FLA Plastics

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North America
Europe
China
Japan
Other Regions (India, Southeast Asia, Central & South America and 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
Industrial Type
Decorative Type

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
Chemical Industry
Fuel Handling
Marine Offshore
Construction
Oil and Gas
Others

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Table of Contents –Analysis of Key Points

Global GRP Pipe Market Research Report 2018
1 GRP Pipe Market Overview
1.1 Product Overview and Scope of GRP Pipe
1.2 GRP Pipe Segment by Type (Product Category)
1.2.1 Global GRP Pipe Production and CAGR (%) Comparison by Type (Product Category)(2013-2025)
1.2.2 Global GRP Pipe Production Market Share by Type (Product Category) in 2017
1.2.3 Industrial Type
1.2.4 Decorative Type
1.3 Global GRP Pipe Segment by Application
1.3.1 GRP Pipe Consumption (Sales) Comparison by Application (2013-2025)
1.3.2 Chemical Industry
1.3.3 Fuel Handling
1.3.4 Marine Offshore
1.3.5 Construction
1.3.6 Oil and Gas
1.3.7 Others
1.4 Global GRP Pipe Market by Region (2013-2025)
1.4.1 Global GRP Pipe 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)
1.5 Global Market Size (Value) of GRP Pipe (2013-2025)
1.5.1 Global GRP Pipe Revenue Status and Outlook (2013-2025)
1.5.2 Global GRP Pipe Capacity, Production Status and Outlook (2013-2025)
……..

7 Global GRP Pipe Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis
7.1 Amaintit
7.1.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.1.2 GRP Pipe Product Category, Application and Specification
7.1.2.1 Product A
7.1.2.2 Product B
7.1.3 Amaintit GRP Pipe Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
7.1.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.2 Future Pipe Industries
7.2.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.2.2 GRP Pipe Product Category, Application and Specification
7.2.2.1 Product A
7.2.2.2 Product B
7.2.3 Future Pipe Industries GRP Pipe Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
7.2.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.3 HengRun Group
7.3.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.3.2 GRP Pipe Product Category, Application and Specification
7.3.2.1 Product A
7.3.2.2 Product B
7.3.3 HengRun Group GRP Pipe Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
7.3.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.4 China National Building Material Company
7.4.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.4.2 GRP Pipe Product Category, Application and Specification
7.4.2.1 Product A
7.4.2.2 Product B
7.4.3 China National Building Material Company GRP Pipe Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
7.4.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.5 National Oilwell Varco
7.5.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.5.2 GRP Pipe Product Category, Application and Specification
7.5.2.1 Product A
7.5.2.2 Product B
7.5.3 National Oilwell Varco GRP Pipe Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
7.5.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.6 Ershing
7.6.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.6.2 GRP Pipe Product Category, Application and Specification
7.6.2.1 Product A
7.6.2.2 Product B
7.6.3 Ershing GRP Pipe Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
7.6.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.7 Sarplast
7.7.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.7.2 GRP Pipe Product Category, Application and Specification
7.7.2.1 Product A
7.7.2.2 Product B
7.7.3 Sarplast GRP Pipe Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
7.7.4 Main Business/Business Overview
..…..Continued

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Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Market 2018 Global Share, Trend, Segmentation and Forecast to 2025

Wiseguyreports.Com Publish New Market Report On -“Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Market – Global Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Growth and Forecast 2018 – 2025”

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Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Market 2018

This report studies the global Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals market status and forecast, categorizes the global Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals 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 major manufacturers covered in this report
BASF SE
Baker Hughes Incorporated
DOW Chemical Company
E.I Dupont
Flotek Industries Inc.
Halliburton
Schlumberger Limited
Chevron Phillips Chemical Company
Clariant AG
Ashland Inc.
Akzonobel N.V.
Albemarle Corp.
Solvay SA.

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North America
Europe
China
Japan
Other Regions (India, Southeast Asia, Central & South America and 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
Gelling Agents
Friction Reducers
Surfactants
Corrosion & Scale Inhibitors
Acids
Others

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Hydraulic Fracturing
Matrix Acidization
Acid Fracking
Others

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Global Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Market Research Report 2018
1 Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Market Overview
1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals
1.2 Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Segment by Type (Product Category)
1.2.1 Global Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Production and CAGR (%) Comparison by Type (Product Category)(2013-2025)
1.2.2 Global Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Production Market Share by Type (Product Category) in 2017
1.2.3 Gelling Agents
1.2.4 Friction Reducers
1.2.5 Surfactants
1.2.6 Corrosion & Scale Inhibitors
1.2.7 Acids
1.2.8 Others
1.3 Global Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Segment by Application
1.3.1 Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Consumption (Sales) Comparison by Application (2013-2025)
1.3.2 Hydraulic Fracturing
1.3.3 Matrix Acidization
1.3.4 Acid Fracking
1.3.5 Others
1.4 Global Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Market by Region (2013-2025)
1.4.1 Global Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals 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)
1.5 Global Market Size (Value) of Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals (2013-2025)
1.5.1 Global Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Revenue Status and Outlook (2013-2025)
1.5.2 Global Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Capacity, Production Status and Outlook (2013-2025)
……..

7 Global Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis
7.1 BASF SE
7.1.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.1.2 Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Product Category, Application and Specification
7.1.2.1 Product A
7.1.2.2 Product B
7.1.3 BASF SE Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
7.1.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.2 Baker Hughes Incorporated
7.2.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.2.2 Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Product Category, Application and Specification
7.2.2.1 Product A
7.2.2.2 Product B
7.2.3 Baker Hughes Incorporated Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
7.2.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.3 DOW Chemical Company
7.3.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.3.2 Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Product Category, Application and Specification
7.3.2.1 Product A
7.3.2.2 Product B
7.3.3 DOW Chemical Company Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
7.3.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.4 E.I Dupont
7.4.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.4.2 Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Product Category, Application and Specification
7.4.2.1 Product A
7.4.2.2 Product B
7.4.3 E.I Dupont Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
7.4.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.5 Flotek Industries Inc.
7.5.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.5.2 Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Product Category, Application and Specification
7.5.2.1 Product A
7.5.2.2 Product B
7.5.3 Flotek Industries Inc. Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
7.5.4 Main Business/Business Overview
7.6 Halliburton
7.6.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Its Competitors
7.6.2 Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Product Category, Application and Specification
7.6.2.1 Product A
7.6.2.2 Product B
7.6.3 Halliburton Oilfield Stimulation Chemicals Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018)
7.6.4 Main Business/Business Overview
..…..Continued

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OSISKO METALS COMPLETES WINTER DRILL PROGRAM AT PINE POINT

Winter Drill Program at Pine Point Camp

Osisko Metals (TSX-V:OM)

MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA, April 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — (Montreal – April 26th, 2018) Osisko Metals Incorporated (the “Company” or “Osisko Metals”) (TSX-V: OM; FRANKFURT: OB51) is pleased to announce that it has completed a 129 hole, 7,860-metre winter drill program at the Pine Point Project. The winter campaign was designed to define portions of near-surface historical deposits that are inaccessible in the summer. Historical deposits in the camp are generally located at 0 to 70 metre depths. The objective of the 2018 drill program is to convert 50 million tonnes of unclassified near-surface historical resources to NI43-101 Indicated Resources as quickly as possible. The favourable stratigraphy is up to 300 metres thick, allowing for exploration potential at depth that will be investigated following this historical resource conversion drill program.

Deposits would be mined by open pit mining methods if future resource definition and engineering studies indicate acceptable economics. The 50,000-metre drill program that is underway for 2018 will consist of approximately 700 drill holes (129 now completed) in the central 20-kilometre long portion of the Pine Point Mining Camp (“PPMC”) that is located near infrastructure and paved highway. There are 100 kilometres of haul roads on site connecting deposits in the PPMC that converge on the centre of the property at a central support hub that includes an electrical substation.

Jeff Hussey, President and CEO of Osisko Metals, commented: “We are very pleased to announce the completion of the winter drill program and we will continue drilling as soon as spring thaw is over. We look forward to assay results in the upcoming weeks. Initial focus is on the two areas that are the closest to Cominco’s former concentrator which is the most probable center of gravity of any future operation.”

Winter drilling was completed in the East Mill Zone (formerly known as the Cluster 1) and the Central Zone (formerly known as the Cluster 2 area). The East Mill Zone is a 7.6-kilometre trend of tabular-style mineralization that extends to the east from the electrical substation where the former Cominco concentrator was located. The Central Zone is comprised of a 5.0-kilometre trend of historical deposits, located 10 kilometres to the west of the substation. The mineralized trend comprising these zones is called the “Main Trend” and it extends further to the east and west. It runs parallel to the “North Trend” and the “South Trend” that contain similar mineralization and deposits. These three trends host both tabular and prismatic type mineralization (see below). In all areas, the historical resources were drilled and recorded between 1964-87 by Cominco Ltd. (See Pine Point Mining Camp Map)

Qualified Person
Stan Clemmer is the Qualified Person responsible for the technical data reported in this news release. He is a Professional Geologist registered in the Northwest Territories and who is the Chief Geologist for Pine Point Mining Limited.

About the Pine Point Project
Cominco Ltd. was the original owner of this former open-pit operation that mined 64 million tonnes grading 7.0% zinc and 3.1% lead from 50 open pit mines between 1964 to 1987. A 10,000 tonne per day mill produced some of the highest quality concentrates on the market at that time and contained a total of ~9.9Blb of zinc and ~4.4Blb of lead (historically reported by Cominco. Ltd.). In 2018, Osisko Metals initiated a 50,000-metre drill campaign at Pine Point to target near surface mineralization, with the objective of upgrading and expanding Cominco’s historical, unmined deposits to NI43-101 Mineral Resource standards. Initial focus is adjacent to existing infrastructure including the electrical substation near the previous concentrator site. The site also has over 100 kilometres of haul roads, and can be accessed by paved highway, approximately 65 kilometres west of the city of Hay River, known as the “Hub of The North” that is located at the railway head from Edmonton.
Geologically, extensive zinc and lead sulphide mineralization is hosted within an east-west trending dolomitized reef structure. Mineralization is by replacement and void-filling with sulphides deposited as coliform and coarser, vug-fill styles. On the project scale, concentrated sulphides are present in two deposit types: 1) Tabular: consisting of horizontal, locally continuous, mineralization, and 2) Prismatic: consisting of near vertical pinnacles of strong sulphide development. It is likely that the tabular deposits represent lateral fluid channel ways that connect the prismatic bodies. Both types of deposits are abundant in three parallel trends named the North Trend, Main Trend and the South Trend.

About Osisko Metals
Osisko Metals is a Canadian exploration and development company creating value in the base metal space with a focus on zinc mineral assets. Osisko Metals acquired a 100% interest in the Pine Point lead-zinc project through acquisition of Pine Point Mining Limited, February 2018. The Company controls Canada’s two premier zinc mining camps in Canada, namely the development-stage Pine Point Camp (“PPMC”) located in the Northwest Territories and the advanced-exploration Bathurst Mining Camp (“BMC”), located in northern New Brunswick. The Company is currently drilling in both camps a combined 100,000 metres that will focus on upgrading and expanding historical deposits, bringing high-priority targets into NI 43-101 compliance and conducting brownfield exploration using new innovative 3D techniques. In Québec, the Company owns 42,000 hectares that cover 12 grass-root zinc targets that will be selectively advanced through exploration. In parallel, Osisko Metals is monitoring several base metal-oriented peers for opportunities. Osisko Gold Royalties Ltd. (TSX/NYSE: OR) and Osisko Mining Inc. (TSX: OSK) are significant shareholders of the Company.

Christina Lalli
Osisko Metals
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Reliability Leadership Game Launched at The RELIABILITY Conference

Scenario Based Experience Designed to Teach Reliability Leadership

Top quartile or best-practice organizations know that performance is achieved through leadership”

— Terrence O’Hanlon

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, US, April 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Reliabilityweb.com® announces the release of the Reliability Leadership® Game at the 13th Annual RELIABILITY Conference held in Las Vegas, Nevada from April 23-27, 2018.

According to Terrence O'Hanlon, CEO, Reliabilityweb.com, “Most organizations approach reliability as a technical project. Research conducted by Reliabilityweb.com, and confirmed by numerous other sources, shows that this approach fails to generate sustainable business success over 70% of the time.”

Companies in the United States spend $14 billion annually on leadership development. However, according to industry research, the leadership failure rate among senior executives is 50%. Warren Bennis, pioneer of leadership studies, states that it is almost a cliché that a single definition of leadership is lacking.

“Top quartile or best-practice organizations know that performance is achieved through leadership; however, they also realize that results are only delivered through an engaged and empowered workforce,” states O’Hanlon. “Most of the organizations we meet use a small group of reliability specialists to ‘drive’ reliability in the enterprise. They lack a workable plan to engage and empower the entire workforce.”

The Reliability Leadership Game is designed to allow participants to discover for themselves that leadership does not come from one person, it comes from everyone. This is especially true for reliability. It is important to have strong leadership at all levels of the organization, from the front-line workforce, supervisors, managers and executives, in order to create a sustainable, high-performance reliability system.

The Reliability Leadership Game is available in 1-day and 2-day formats. The game will become a regular feature at events like The RELIABILITY Conference (TRC) and the International Maintenance Conference (IMC), both produced by Reliabilityweb.com, as well as other popular industry events. Also available for private, on-site delivery for organizations who wish to train in teams or avoid travel.

For more information, contact: crm@reliabilityweb.com

About Reliabilityweb.com

Created in 1999, Reliabilityweb.com is a community of knowledge and a community of practice focused on advancing reliability and asset management to make stakeholders safer and more successful. The Reliabilityweb.com team works with integrity, authenticity and responsibility. More details are available at www.reliabilityweb.com.

Terrence O'Hanlon CMRP CEO
Reliabilityweb.com
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Iron Ore Market 2018 Global Analysis, Opportunities and Forecast To 2023

Iron Ore -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Of Top Key Player Forecast To 2023

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, April 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Iron Ore Industry

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The report begins from overview of Industry Chain structure, and describes industry environment, then analyses market size and forecast of Iron Ore 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. 
Company Coverage (Sales Revenue, Price, Gross Margin, Main Products etc.): 

Vale SA 
Metso 
Arya Group 
CAP Group 
Companhia Siderurgica Nacional 
Australasian Resources 
Rio Tinto 
BHP Billiton 
Fortescue Metals Group 
Atlas Iron 
Gerdau 
Baotou Iron & Steel 
Arrium (SIMEC) 
BC Iron 
National Iranian Steel 
Cleveland-Cliffs 
LKAB 
Kemira 

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Product Type Coverage (Market Size & Forecast, Major Company of Product Type etc.): 
By Component 
Hematite 
Magnetite 
Others 
By Shape 
Iron Ore Fines 
Iron Ore Pellets 

Application Coverage (Market Size & Forecast, Different Demand Market by Region, Main Consumer Profile etc.): 
Steel 
Chemical Industry 
Others 

Region Coverage (Regional Production, Demand & Forecast by Regions etc.): 
China 
Japan & Korea 
India 
Southeast Asia 
Oceania

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1 Industry Overview 
1.1 Iron Ore Industry 
1.1.1 Overview 
1.1.2 Development of Iron Ore 
1.2 Market Segment 
1.2.1 By Product Type 
1.2.2 By Application 
1.3 Asia-Pacific Overview 
2 Major Companies List 
2.1 Vale SA (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.2 Metso (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.3 Arya Group (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.4 CAP Group (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.5 Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.6 Australasian Resources (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.7 Rio Tinto (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.8 BHP Billiton (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.9 Fortescue Metals Group (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.10 Atlas Iron (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.11 Gerdau (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.12 Baotou Iron & Steel (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.13 Arrium (SIMEC) (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.14 BC Iron (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.15 National Iranian Steel (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.16 Cleveland-Cliffs (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.17 LKAB (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
2.18 Kemira (Company Profile, Products & Services, Sales Data etc.) 
3 Market Competition 
3.1 Company Competition 
3.2 Regional Market by Company 
4 Iron Ore Market by Type 
4.1 By Component 
4.1.1 Hematite 
4.1.2 Magnetite 
4.1.3 Others 
4.2 By Shape 
4.2.1 Iron Ore Fines 
4.2.2 Iron Ore Pellets 
4.3 Market Size 
4.4 Market Forecast 
5 Market Demand 
5.1 Demand Situation 
5.1.1 Demand in Steel 
5.1.2 Demand in Chemical Industry 
5.1.3 Demand in Others 
5.2 Regional Demand Comparison 
5.3 Demand Forecast 
6 Region Operation 
6.1 Regional Production 
6.2 Regional Market 
6.3 by Region 
6.3.1 China 
6.3.1.1 By Component 
6.3.1.2 By Application 
6.3.2 Japan & Korea 
6.3.1.1 By Component 
6.3.2.2 By Application 
6.3.3 India 
6.3.1.1 By Component 
6.3.3.2 By Application 
6.3.4 Southeast Asia 
6.3.1.1 By Component 
6.3.4.2 By Application 
6.3.5 Oceania 
6.3.1.1 By Component 
6.3.5.2 By Application 
6.4 Regional Forecast 
7 Marketing & Price 
7.1 Price and Margin 
7.1.1 Price Trends 
7.1.2 Factors of Price Change 
7.1.3 Manufacturers Gross Margin Analysis 
7.2 Marketing Channel 
8 Upstream & Cost 
8.1 Upstream 
8.2 Cost 
9 Industry Environment 
9.1 Policy 
9.2 Economics 
9.3 Sociology 
9.4 Technology 
10 Research Conclusion 

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House Monetary Policy Committee Member Questions Treasury and Fed about Their Gold Activities

Representative Alex Mooney asks questions of the U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve about America's gold and the Fed's policies of inflation targeting.

A return to sound money, i.e. gold and silver, would usher in a new era of investment, savings, stable prices, and fiscal discipline.”

— Stefan Gleason

WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES, April 25, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — A Member of Congress posed some pointed questions to the Federal Reserve and the U.S. Treasury this week about their activities involving America’s gold reserves, including, apparently, efforts to “drive gold out of the world financial system in favor of the Federal Reserve Note or Special Drawing Rights issued by the International Monetary Fund.”

In a letter dated April 24, Representative Alex Mooney (R-WV) wrote to Jerome Powell, Chairman of the Federal Reserve, and Steven Mnuchin, Secretary of the U.S. Treasury, raising concerns about their formal policy to devalue the Federal Reserve Note (e.g. “inflation targeting”) and requesting information about the United States’ use of, and position on, gold.

“The purchasing power of our currency has fallen some 97% since Congress passed the Federal Reserve Act in 1913, with an acceleration in the rate of decline occurring since the early 1970s when the final link to gold was severed,” wrote Mooney while also pointing out there had been almost no inflation in the U.S. prior to the creation of the Federal Reserve System.

“This Fed policy of creating inflation has the effect of driving up the cost of virtually everything my West Virginia constituents consume, while simultaneously reducing the real value of their pensions, savings, and fixed income payments,” Mooney continued.

In his capacity as a member of the House Financial Services Committee and its Monetary Policy and Trade subcommittee, Mooney has asked the Fed and Treasury to answer the following questions in writing:

1. Records in the archives of the historian of the U.S. State Department describe U.S. government policy in recent decades as aiming to drive gold out of the world financial system in favor of the Federal Reserve Note or Special Drawing Rights issued by the International Monetary Fund.

Is this still U.S. government policy toward gold? If not, what IS the U.S. government’s current policy toward gold?

2. I have heard complains that the U.S. gold reserve has not been fully audited for many decades, particularly as there seems to have been no acknowledgement of – or account for – “swaps” and leases of gold or arrangements for such to which the U.S. government has been a party.

Does the U.S. government, through the Treasury Department, the Federal Reserve System, or any other agency or entity, transact in gold or gold derivatives either directly or through intermediaries? If so, what are those transactions and what are their objectives?

3. Does the U.S. government undertake any transactions in gold or gold derivatives through the Bank for International Settlements, Bank of England, or other central banks or governments? If so, what are these transactions and their objectives?

Stefan Gleason, Executive Director of the Sound Money Defense League said, “In recent decades, government officials and central banks have almost entirely kicked gold out of the monetary system with disastrous effects, particularly for the average American.”

“A return to sound money, i.e. gold and silver, would usher in a new era of investment, savings, stable prices, and fiscal discipline.”

“We look forward to an explanation from Secretary Mnuchin and Chairman Powell regarding the government’s activities using America’s gold, including to what extent America’s gold reserves have been put at risk or used for what might be viewed as dubious purposes.”

Congressman Mooney’s letter can be accessed here.

Jp Cortez
Sound Money Defense League
208-577-2225
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Companies Get Creative To Win Back Trust

New Actor-in-Residence program helping companies build cultures of trust through authentic communication

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA, April 25, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — In a climate where trust in organisations is severely lacking and claims of ‘toxic culture’ abound, Live Culture Company is offering a creative solution. The Live Culture Company Actor-in-Residence program uses the professional expertise of an actor to help companies develop cultures of trust and authenticity – and it all comes down to how they communicate.

“Communication training has been around for years but what companies really need to do is learn how to be authentic”, says Principal Actor-in-Residence Julian York. “In many companies, employees have very low trust in management and often even in their HR departments. If employee trust is low,then you are going to have a dysfunctional culture, so you have to build that relationship first. That means rethinking how you communicate.”

Embedded in an organisation, the Actor-In-Residence delivers group workshops, scenario training, and one on one coaching in areas such as communicating trust through empathy, the art of silence, learning how to be authentic, using storytelling for influence and building community through words.

The Actor in Residence program operates under the premise that creativity unlocks potential. “An actor’s area of expertise is understanding people and communicating in ways that are authentic and real”, says York. “That’s what the Actor-In-Residence is able to embed in a company striving for culture change. We are able to capture employee’s attention and engage them in ways traditional training can’t.”

York believes the way for companies to build trust starts with its individuals learning how to genuinely connect with others. “You have to be prepared to be vulnerable and actually let others see who you are under the professional corporate persona. That is the key to authenticity – being real with other people and communicating in a way that is empathetic – from the top down.”

For more information please contact Principal Actor-in-Residence Julian York

Julian York
Live Culture Company
+61403517640
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