Industrial Drive – Le Pocher Volvo Penta http://lepochervolvopenta.com/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 22:00:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-4.png Industrial Drive – Le Pocher Volvo Penta http://lepochervolvopenta.com/ 32 32 ROHM, Mazda and Imasen sign a joint agreement to develop https://lepochervolvopenta.com/rohm-mazda-and-imasen-sign-a-joint-agreement-to-develop/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 22:00:00 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/rohm-mazda-and-imasen-sign-a-joint-agreement-to-develop/ Santa Clara, Calif. and Kyoto, Japan, Nov. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ROHM Semiconductor today announced that it has signed a joint development agreement with Mazda Motor Corporation (Mazda) and Imasen Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., (Imasen) for inverters and SiC power modules for use in electric propulsion units of electric vehicles, including the e-Axle. As […]]]>

Santa Clara, Calif. and Kyoto, Japan, Nov. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ROHM Semiconductor today announced that it has signed a joint development agreement with Mazda Motor Corporation (Mazda) and Imasen Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., (Imasen) for inverters and SiC power modules for use in electric propulsion units of electric vehicles, including the e-Axle.

As the “heart of the electric vehicle“, e-Axle integrates a motor, gearbox and inverter into a single unit which plays an important role in determining the driving performance and power conversion efficiency of electric vehicles. . SiC MOSFETs in particular are expected to further improve efficiency.

ROHM will carry out joint development of inverters for e-Axle by participating in a “cooperative framework for the development and production of electric drive units” with companies such as Imasen and led by Mazda. At the same time, ROHM will contribute to the creation of industry-leading high-efficiency compact power units by developing and supplying advanced SiC power modules that offer improved performance.

Through this collaboration, ROHM will develop even more competitive MOSFETs and SiC modules by working backwards from the finished vehicle to understand the performance and optimal control method required for power semiconductors.

In addition to creating new value through mutual understanding between car and appliance manufacturers, the three companies also support technical innovation in the automotive field and contribute to a sustainable society by leveraging knowledge, technologies and extended products acquired globally.

Ichiro Hirose, Director and Senior Managing Director; R&D, Cost Innovation and Innovation Oversight, Mazda Motor Corporation
“We are delighted to collaborate on the development and production of e-Axle with ROHM, which hopes to create a sustainable mobility society through outstanding semiconductor technologies and advanced system solution development capabilities, to co-creating a new value chain that directly connects semiconductor devices and vehicles in both directions as electrification brings us closer to carbon neutrality.By partnering with like-minded companies, Mazda is committed to injecting “driving fun” into every product, including electric vehicles.”

Katsumi Azuma, Director and Senior Executive and Chief Operating Officer, ROHM Co., Ltd.
“We are extremely pleased to be working together on the development and production of the e-Axle with Mazda, who are committed to delivering ‘driving pleasure’ that expresses the cars’ inherent appeal. Through this partnership, we hope that by reflecting the real requirements and demands in our products, we can develop automotive systems that contribute to decarbonization while allowing us to better understand Mazda’s goal of creating sustainable cars with the earth and society. As the role of semiconductors in the automotive market continues to grow, ROHM will strive to manufacture high quality products and contribute to the creation of a sustainable mobility society by offering a wide range of solutions.

Reference information
Like semiconductors, ROHM’s flagship products, play an increasingly important role in achieving a carbon-free society, improving the efficiency of motors and power supplies in particular – which would be responsible for the major part of the world’s electricity consumption – has become a major mission of ROHM.

In this context, ROHM has formulated a management vision for 2020: ‘We focus on electrical and analog solutions and solve social problems by contributing to our customers’ needs for “energy saving” and “miniaturization” of their products.And to contribute more to society, ROHM will clarify the direction that ROHM should take while raising awareness among all Group employees.

For electric vehicles, more compact, efficient and lightweight electric systems are being developed with the aim of becoming carbon neutral. Especially for electric vehicles, the inverter, which plays a central role in the drive system, needs to be made more efficient to extend the range and reduce the size of the on-board battery, thereby increasing expectations on SiC power devices.

As the first vendor in the world to launch mass production of SiC MOSFETs in 2010, followed by the first complete SiC power modules in 2012 and trench-type SiC MOSFETs (3rd Generation) in 2015, ROHM continues to develop industry-leading SiC device technologies.

In 2020, ROHM completed the development of its latest (4e generation) SiC MOSFETs that provide improved short-circuit withstand time as well as the lowest ON resistance in the industry, helping to extend the range of electric vehicles by reducing power consumption by 6% compared to to IGBTs (as calculated by the international WLTC fuel efficiency test standard) when installed in the main inverter. In addition to bare chips, ROHM is currently developing products with discrete packages, and this collaboration will allow the company to develop and offer power modules equipped with the latest (4e Generation) SiC MOSFET.

Supporting Information
An overview of SiC power devices that includes SiC MOSFETs, SiC SBDs, and SiC power modules (along with various supporting content that provides an introduction and allows for a quick evaluation of 4e Generation of SiC MOSFETs) are available on the dedicated ROHM SiC webpage: https://www.rohm.com/products/sic-power-devices

Support content for ROHM 4e Generation of SiC MOSFETs

  • Presentation, product videos
  • Application Notes (Product Overview and Evaluation Information, Traction Inverters, On-Board Chargers, SMPS)
  • Design models (SPICE, PLECS, 3D CAD data of packages, footprints, etc.)
  • Key Application Simulation Circuits (ROHM Solution Simulator)
  • Information on the evaluation committee
  • Joint agreement ROHM, Mazda and Imasen

  • Comparison of electricity consumption

        
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Nexa3D and DyeMansion Announce Strategic Partnership to Automate End-to-End Additive Manufacturing Workflow https://lepochervolvopenta.com/nexa3d-and-dyemansion-announce-strategic-partnership-to-automate-end-to-end-additive-manufacturing-workflow/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/nexa3d-and-dyemansion-announce-strategic-partnership-to-automate-end-to-end-additive-manufacturing-workflow/ VENTURA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nexa3D, the maker of ultra-fast professional and industrial polymer 3D printers, and the global leader in finishing for 3D printed polymer parts DyeMansion today announced a strategic partnership to drive automation and integration of Nexa3D’s powder bed fusion workflow – from printing to finished parts. This partnership will leverage DyeMansion’s automated post-processing hardware, […]]]>

VENTURA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nexa3D, the maker of ultra-fast professional and industrial polymer 3D printers, and the global leader in finishing for 3D printed polymer parts DyeMansion today announced a strategic partnership to drive automation and integration of Nexa3D’s powder bed fusion workflow – from printing to finished parts. This partnership will leverage DyeMansion’s automated post-processing hardware, the high throughput capabilities of the QLS 820 printer, as well as the integration of the printer’s Siemens PLC and powerful NexaX manufacturing software for QLS. .

Announced in September, Nexa3D’s QLS 820 represents a new class of powder bed technology that combines ultra-fast printing with open materials and a cloud-based software platform to deliver exponentially higher production volumes than other bed solutions. of powder on the market.

“Nexa3D is driving innovation to digitize the supply chain in a sustainable way by making the world’s fastest polymer 3D printers affordable for professionals and businesses of all sizes,” said Kevin McAlea, COO, Nexa3D. “It is only natural that we partner with DyeMansion, a leading provider of automated post-processing solutions for powder bed fusion, to ensure that our industrial customers can take advantage of end-to-end high-throughput manufacturing capabilities. end and reduce their total cost of operation.”

The QLS 820 offers an open, automation-ready platform that is technology independent and adaptable to integrations ranging from MES and ES systems to modular post-processing solutions. NexaX software enables fleet management, print preparation, real-time printer status, and print performance, all from the QLS Command Center, PC, or mobile device.

This strategic partnership will help users gain access to best-in-class automation capabilities to reduce manufacturing costs and provide accessibility and transparency at every stage of the process so they can easily manage product productivity and quality. . Users will be able to integrate DyeMansion’s suite of post-processing equipment with NexaX and the QLS Command Center to gain insight into real-time job monitoring, as well as the long-term performance of their equipment, all from from a single dashboard.

“We are thrilled to support Nexa3D’s entry into the powder bed production market as a strategic partner who shares our passion for additive manufacturing automation,” said Kai Witter, CCO at DyeMansion. “The QLS 820 brings new print throughput capabilities to market and comes with onboard powder management, factory automation and data integration solution. The integration of DyeMansion’s Print-to-Product workflow solutions completes the Nexa3D portfolio and positions the QLS 820 as the challenger of all existing offerings.

The QLS 820 is available to order now direct from Nexa3D or through a growing network of resellers. Nexa3D and DyeMansion plan to showcase this new production platform integration at Formnext 2022 – Hall 11.1 | Booth E31. Please review the press kit for more information.

About Nexa3D

Nexa3D is passionate about the sustainable digitization of supply chains. The company manufactures ultra-fast polymer 3D printers that deliver up to 20x productivity gains for professionals and businesses of all sizes. Partnerships with world-class materials suppliers and its open materials platform unlock the full potential of additively manufactured polymers for volume production. Automated software tools optimize the entire production cycle using process interaction algorithms that ensure part performance and production consistency, while reducing waste, energy and minimizing waste. ‘carbon footprint.

For more information about Nexa3D and its products, visit the Nexa3D website, or connect socially on LinkedIn, TwitterFacebook and Instagram.

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Celebrate American Recycling Day on November 15 with Paper Shredding Day in Jasper https://lepochervolvopenta.com/celebrate-american-recycling-day-on-november-15-with-paper-shredding-day-in-jasper/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 12:30:21 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/celebrate-american-recycling-day-on-november-15-with-paper-shredding-day-in-jasper/ The Kimball International Corporate Recycling Center is offering a free paper shredding day for American Recycling Day, Monday, November 15 at 1550 Power Drive on the south side of Jasper. The drive-in event will last from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST. The event is for residents or businesses, and there is no weight limit […]]]>

The Kimball International Corporate Recycling Center is offering a free paper shredding day for American Recycling Day, Monday, November 15 at 1550 Power Drive on the south side of Jasper. The drive-in event will last from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST.

The event is for residents or businesses, and there is no weight limit on the amount of paper products brought in for recycling that day. Participants do not have to reside in Dubois County, which is open to all. Only paper documents and junk mail will be accepted for shredding. Cassettes, CDs, computer discs or other electronic media are not accepted. Staples and paper clips are no problem. Magazines, newspapers and cardboard will also be accepted. Paper shredding is performed in the secure Corporate Recycling Center facility with 24 hour video surveillance. The Corporate Recycling Center just celebrated its 20th anniversary in October!

Do your part on America Recycles Day and bring your materials to be recycled at this drive-thru event. Participants are asked to stay in the vehicle unless asked to help. Staff at the Corporate Recycling Center will assist participants.

Place of deposit on April 21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.:

Kimball International, Corporate Recycling Center, 1550 Power Drive, Jasper, IN 47546

The Corporate Recycling Center regularly accepts documents for shredding and environmentally friendly recycling from industrial and commercial businesses. If interested in this service, attendees can speak to the staff at the drive-thru event.

For more information on this event, call 812-634-3388.

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Dexus Industria REIT Announces $160.5 Million Sale of Homebush Bay Drive Assets https://lepochervolvopenta.com/dexus-industria-reit-announces-160-5-million-sale-of-homebush-bay-drive-assets/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 04:04:16 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/dexus-industria-reit-announces-160-5-million-sale-of-homebush-bay-drive-assets/ Proceeds from the sale will be used to repay debt and strengthen the fund’s balance sheet Next Refund Event Won’t Happen Until Mid-2024, Says DXI Fund Manager Settlement of the asset is expected by the end of this month Dexus Industria REIT (ASX: DXI) continues its strategic vision to become Australia’s leading industrial REIT, announcing […]]]>
  • Proceeds from the sale will be used to repay debt and strengthen the fund’s balance sheet
  • Next Refund Event Won’t Happen Until Mid-2024, Says DXI Fund Manager
  • Settlement of the asset is expected by the end of this month

Dexus Industria REIT (ASX: DXI) continues its strategic vision to become Australia’s leading industrial REIT, announcing the sale of 1A and 1C Homebush Bay Drive, Rhodes, NSW.

The transaction will realize gross proceeds of $160.50 million, excluding transaction fees.

The proceeds from this sale will be used to repay debt, thereby strengthening the fund’s balance sheet, reducing pro forma debt by approximately 7%. This will also increase the pro forma interest rate hedge by approximately 20%.

“The sale advances our strategy to create Australia’s first industrial REIT, improves balance sheet resilience and reduces income risk across the portfolio, and following the planned cancellation of excess credit facilities, the next refinancing event will not take place until mid-2024,” Alex said. Abell, DXI fund manager.

Once the sale is complete, the portfolio will consist of 92 assets valued at $1.5 billion.

88% of the portfolio will consist of investments in quality industrial and logistics assets. These should benefit from strong rental growth, due to a record vacancy rate and limited supply.

The weighted average lease term (WALE) will increase to 6.2 years and the occupancy rate to 98.7%.

Settlement is expected in late November 2022. DXI maintains its guidance for FY23 at 16.7 – 17.5 units per security, with a payout of 16.4 units per security.

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Sonoma County’s Best Affordable Wines for the Holidays https://lepochervolvopenta.com/sonoma-countys-best-affordable-wines-for-the-holidays/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 21:36:48 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/sonoma-countys-best-affordable-wines-for-the-holidays/ There’s nothing sweeter than finding a bargain on wine, especially during the holidays when the extra expense abounds. In Sonoma County, we are fortunate to have easy access to an abundance of worthwhile wines made in our own backyard. Although it has become harder to find affordable Sonoma County wines — due to the rising […]]]>

There’s nothing sweeter than finding a bargain on wine, especially during the holidays when the extra expense abounds. In Sonoma County, we are fortunate to have easy access to an abundance of worthwhile wines made in our own backyard.

Although it has become harder to find affordable Sonoma County wines — due to the rising cost of grapes, land, and production — there are still plenty of affordable options. You just need to know where to look. This is where we come in.

We spoke to some favorite local wine retailers to get their recommendations on the best wine to buy this holiday season. Whether you’re looking for a Sonoma County sparkling or a Petaluma Gap pinot noir, we’ve got you covered—all for under $30 a bottle, and sometimes for $20 or less.

Bottle barn, Santa Rosa

Recommendations from Barry Herbst, Wine Buyer

“During my tenure at Bottle Barn, I have always been able to find a solid number of great values ​​of wine made in Sonoma County,” said Barry Herbst, wine buyer at Bottle Barn in Santa Rosa. “They are often made by smaller family wineries with low overhead; no sales team; and no expensive grape contracts. That said, I am often surprised how some of our top producers can also deliver quality wines at very affordable prices.

Herbst’s Holiday Wine Selections:

Barn Raiser, Sparkling Brut NV, Sonoma County ($16.99): “It’s nearly impossible to find a bubbly in Sonoma County under $25, let alone $20, and this is a winner. Two-time winner of the LA Invitational Wine & Spirits Challenge,” Herbst said.

Domaine Allimant-Laugner, Crémant d’Alsace Rosé NV ($15.99): “It’s been our best-selling sparkling wine in stores for at least a decade. Super-consistent every year, bright, lively and very well balanced. 100% Pinot Noir.”

Francis Coppola Diamond Collection, 2021 Sauvignon Blanc ($15.99): “This wine was the winner of the contest at the Sonoma County Harvest Fair. Bright, fresh and complex. A shining star among Sauvignon Blancs right now.

domain of the wild pig, 2016 Pinot Noir, Fort Ross-Seaview, Sonoma County ($18.99): “A little-known producer (Daniel Schoenfeld) who makes great wines in small batches on the Sonoma coast. He’s been making wine for 40 years and we’re probably his only account.

Miro Cellers, 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon, Coyote Ridge Vineyard, Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County ($19.99): “A double gold winner at the Sonoma County Harvest Fair. Winemaker Miro Tcholakov is producing wine for Trentadue and this is his side project,” Herbst said. “A very classic Cabernet Sauvignon, not overripe or too much alcohol. Just delicious.

Bottle barn: 3331-A Industrial Drive, Santa Rosa; 707-528-1161, bottlebarn.com

Oliver Market, Sonoma County

Recommendations from Richard Williams, Wine Buyer

“Like any wine region, Sonoma County offers both premium and reasonably priced wines, but price is never the only indicator of quality,” said Richard Williams, wine buyer for Oliver’s Markets in Sonoma County. “Keeping our prices competitive is extremely important to us, and having a large warehouse allows us to buy in large quantities to keep our prices low. Although we sell wines that cost hundreds of dollars, we stand behind the fact that customers can purchase excellent quality wines for any occasion without breaking the bank.

Williams Holiday Wine Selections:

Dry Creek Vineyard, 2021 Smoked White, Sonoma County ($12.99): “Year after year, it is one of the most popular wines on our shelves! Wonderful citrus notes on the nose, with hints of tangerine and lemon verbena on the palate and a vibrant, crisp finish. Delicious,” Williams said.

Balletto Vineyards, Teresa’s 2021 Unoaked Chardonnay, Russian River Valley ($18.99): “The key word here is unforested. This is a beautifully balanced wine whose versatility has expanded by letting the fruit shine through. Citrus and minerality give complexity to the wine. There’s no end to the food pairing options here.”

Rodney Strong Vineyards, 2021 Sonoma County Pinot Noir Rosé ($15.99): “Winning Best of Class/Double Gold at this year’s Sonoma County Harvest Fair, this juicy, fresh rosé has tantalizing strawberry notes with vibrant acidity. Ideal as an aperitif or with a wide variety of dishes.

Martin Ray, 2021 Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast ($17.99): “Looking for a wine that pairs perfectly with everything from salmon to turkey to pork or even a celebratory roast? Look no further,” Williams said. “Earthy notes combined with plum and spice call for food. This wine makes the meal!

Beringer, 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, Knight’s Valley, Sonoma County ($26.99): “With the five Bordeaux grape varieties in the blend, it’s the perfect holiday wine, especially if prime rib is on the menu. Aromas of black fruits and cassis give way to notes of dried herbs and cocoa with hints of spice on the finish. A classic.”

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HONEYWELL AND ARAMCO ANNOUNCE JOINT VENTURE FOR NEW SMART OPERATIONS SOFTWARE SOLUTION https://lepochervolvopenta.com/honeywell-and-aramco-announce-joint-venture-for-new-smart-operations-software-solution/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 10:30:00 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/honeywell-and-aramco-announce-joint-venture-for-new-smart-operations-software-solution/ New JV to provide end-to-end digitalization to industrial companies DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia, November 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Honeywell (NASDAQ: HON) and Aramco announced the signing of a joint venture (JV) agreement to provide a set of end-to-end business process automation solutions, under the Aramco Namaat industrial investment program. Technology solutions can be offered to a […]]]>

New JV to provide end-to-end digitalization to industrial companies

DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia, November 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Honeywell (NASDAQ: HON) and Aramco announced the signing of a joint venture (JV) agreement to provide a set of end-to-end business process automation solutions, under the Aramco Namaat industrial investment program. Technology solutions can be offered to a wide range of industry sectors to help maximize profitability, improve productivity, sustainability and operational excellence, globally. New JV offerings will leverage Aramco’s Plant.Digital platform (formerly Integrated Manufacturing Operations Management System – iMOMS) as well as Honeywell Connected’s technology development and industrial digital solutions implementation experience Company.

The JV aims to equip industrial companies with the tools, processes and practices they need to more effectively manage plant operations and accelerate sustainable digital transformation and operational excellence initiatives. He will focus on the development, integration and deployment of operations technology (OT) solutions and digital transformation consulting.

“This joint venture agreement with Honeywell is expected to create new jobs in the market, contribute to economic growth and provide another way for Aramco to continue its digital transformation agenda as it evolves to become the world’s first digitized energy company. “, said Ahmad Al Saadivice president of technical services at Aramco.

The JV offering combines Aramco’s Plant.Digital platform and its technical and domain knowledge in end-to-end plant operations with global software development, systems integration capabilities and expertise to help industrial businesses become more sustainable while maximizing output, reducing downtime, improving plant productivity and increasing profit.

“The powerful combination of Aramco’s business, operations, technology and digital delivery expertise, combined with Honeywell’s proven experience in industrial software and big data analytics solutions, as well as our long presence in the Kingdom, should unlock tremendous value for the industry,” said Kevin DehoffPresident and CEO, Honeywell Connected Enterprise.

The new JV should create more than 300 jobs in Saudi Arabia within five years, by supporting the Aramco Namaat industrial investment program, designed to stimulate the development of the Saudi economy and workforce.

This collaboration highlights Aramco and Honeywell’s efforts to support Saudi Vision 2030 – the national roadmap to transform the Kingdom into a global industrial powerhouse and logistics hub. The goal of the vision is to develop high-tech and knowledge-based careers that add significant value to the Saudi economy to be globally competitive.

Honeywell and Aramco have been partners for over 60 years in driving Saudi Arabia forward industry leadership through technology and innovation. This joint venture is the latest leg of that journey, building on a Memorandum of Understanding signed between Honeywell and Aramco in September 2021 to explore the co-development and commercialization of a next-generation digital technology solution for industrial companies. The closing of the joint venture is subject to certain regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions. The companies also signed a memorandum of understanding in 2017 to explore the benefits of Honeywell’s Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) offering in support of Saudi Vision 2030.

About Honeywell:

Honeywell (www.honeywell.com) is a Fortune 100 technology company providing industry-specific solutions including aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings and industry; and performance materials globally. Our technologies help planes, buildings, manufacturing plants, supply chains and workers become more connected to make our world smarter, safer and more sustainable. For more news and information about Honeywell, visit www.honeywell.com/newsroom.

About Aramco:

Aramco is an integrated global energy and chemicals company driven by the fundamental belief that energy is opportunity. From producing approximately one in eight barrels of the world’s oil supply to developing new energy technologies, Aramco’s global team is dedicated to creating impact in everything it does. Aramco is committed to making its resources more reliable, more durable and more useful. This helps promote long-term stability and growth around the world. www.aramco.com

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Saint Louis Book Binding: Perfect, Rigid, Spiral, Square and Restorative Binding Solutions https://lepochervolvopenta.com/saint-louis-book-binding-perfect-rigid-spiral-square-and-restorative-binding-solutions/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 20:30:00 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/saint-louis-book-binding-perfect-rigid-spiral-square-and-restorative-binding-solutions/ BookBindingSTL.com Perfectly bound color books Print-on-demand perfect-bound, square-backed books Small businesses, individuals, colleges, groups, clubs, universities, one-time projects, high volume binding. Mass, retail distribution offered. Binding books from 8 pages to approximately 260 pages, we ensure that we provide a quality product to our customers, and keep in mind that it is their story that […]]]>

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Myron J. Glass – Release Bulletin https://lepochervolvopenta.com/myron-j-glass-release-bulletin/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 21:57:42 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/myron-j-glass-release-bulletin/ Myron Joseph Glass, 78 of Rochester, MN, died suddenly of natural causes at his home on October 22, 2022. Myron, affectionately known as “Mr. Glass” by many, was born July 1, 1944 in Linton, ND to Adam and Mary (Kraft) Glass. As a teenager, his family moved to south Minneapolis. He graduated from Southern High […]]]>

Myron Joseph Glass, 78 of Rochester, MN, died suddenly of natural causes at his home on October 22, 2022.

Myron, affectionately known as “Mr. Glass” by many, was born July 1, 1944 in Linton, ND to Adam and Mary (Kraft) Glass. As a teenager, his family moved to south Minneapolis. He graduated from Southern High School. After high school, he attended U of M for 1 year, transferred to St. Cloud State College, and earned a teaching degree. His first and only teaching job began at Lourdes high school in 1968. He began coaching right away, first in football, women’s athletics and cross-country, and in 1984 began his legendary women’s basketball coaching career. He then coached women’s basketball for 31 of his 46 years teaching at Lourdes. By the time he retired in 2014, he was the highest-grossing coach of all time at Rochester Lourdes and the second-highest-grossing coach in Minnesota women’s basketball history, with a final record of 719 wins and 143 losses, an incredible 83% winning record. His teams have qualified for the Minnesota State Tournament 15 times, winning eight state championship titles and setting Minnesota state records. He has been inducted into several prestigious groups, including his honorable mention in Sports Illustrated magazine in November 1998 and the Minnesota High School Basketball Hall of Fame in 2018. Throughout his career as a teacher and coach, his main focus has always been his students. He often mentored students and team members outside of the classroom. He will be deeply missed.

Myron had a warm smile, a sharp mind and an optimistic outlook on life’s challenges. He was proud to be a Catholic educator and had a strong faith in God. He loved his dogs and fishing, especially in his retirement. He will be particularly missed by his colleagues at the Catholic school, who spent many years working alongside him.

He is survived by his brother Arnold (Connie) Glass of Outing, MN, his brother Rich (Chris) Glass of Eagan, MN, his sister Clonia (Dan) Poor of Burnsville, MN and many close friends.

He is predeceased by his parents and his brother Kenneth.

Memorial Mass for Myron will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, October 31, 2022 at Holy Spirit Catholic Church (5455 50th Ave NW, Rochester, MN 55901) with Father Tom Loomis officiating. A memorial visitation/gathering will be held on Sunday, October 30, 2022 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Lourdes High School gymnasium (2800 19th Street NW Rochester, MN 55901) and one hour before Monday Mass. NOTE: Please enter through door 6 of the Lycée de Lourdes.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be addressed to Myron’s family, mailed in care of Macken Funeral Home (1105 12th Street SE Rochester, MN 55904). In addition, a memorial scholarship has been created in his name. Please make checks payable to the Lourdes Foundation and indicate the Myron Glass Memorial Scholarship in the memo. Checks can be mailed to Lourdes Foundation 1710 Industrial Drive, Rochester, MN 55901. Alternatively, donations can be made online at the following website: https://www.rcsmn.org/support-rcs/make -a-gift-today/ make-a-gift-today. Please note on the form that the donation is in memory of Myron Glass.

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The Australian conveyor maintenance market is expected to reach a revenue of US$873.43 million at a steady CAGR of around 2.9% during the forecast period 2022-32 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/the-australian-conveyor-maintenance-market-is-expected-to-reach-a-revenue-of-us873-43-million-at-a-steady-cagr-of-around-2-9-during-the-forecast-period-2022-32/ Mon, 24 Oct 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/the-australian-conveyor-maintenance-market-is-expected-to-reach-a-revenue-of-us873-43-million-at-a-steady-cagr-of-around-2-9-during-the-forecast-period-2022-32/ NEWARK, DE /ACCESSWIRE/October 24, 2022/ The global Australian conveyor maintenance market is expected to grow slowly during the projection period of around 2.9% from 2022 to 2032. The global market is expected to generate revenue of around 675.29 million in 2022 and is expected to surpass a valuation of around US$873.43 million by 2032. With […]]]>

NEWARK, DE /ACCESSWIRE/October 24, 2022/ The global Australian conveyor maintenance market is expected to grow slowly during the projection period of around 2.9% from 2022 to 2032. The global market is expected to generate revenue of around 675.29 million in 2022 and is expected to surpass a valuation of around US$873.43 million by 2032. With conveyor downtime and high maintenance costs, companies are now adding more components to their modern machines, allowing them to perform better and release fewer emissions. These elements include better positioning, automated assembly systems and a fine motor that helps the machine achieve these goals without a hitch.

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The Australian Conveyor Maintenance Market report indicates that the rise of manufacturing units, industries, and mining sectors are responsible for the expansion of the market. This outlook incorporates the latest “Technology 4.0”, which includes conveying technology comprising the components of the fourth industrial revolution such as artificial intelligence, big data and machine learning. This growth is driven by the increased use of machinery in factories and industries due to the recent global pandemic. The Covid-19 pandemic has limited the influx of labor in industries. So, Australia has started adopting the latest technology in its stock to improve productivity and reduce the time required.

The latest machines are expected to boost productivity while keeping efficiency in mind. This is responsible for shaping modern technology more than anything else. Climate change and increased compliance policies have led companies to adopt machines that are easy on pockets but also increase the pace of work. Industries demand small, heavy and medium conveyors.

The Australian market is expected to propel itself amid mining operations combined with new international players investing huge capital in industries such as coal and diamonds. Attributing to strong demand and weak supply momentum for coal and iron, companies have now built infrastructure on the Australian mainland, attracting big machinery to dig nature reserves.

Key points to remember

  • Based on the Australian Conveyor Maintenance Market research report, it suggests that the higher conveyor costs drive end users to maintain regular maintenance to avoid machine damage. Along with the application of moving goods in mining stations and its industrial use, pack conveyor systems have helped the end user to reduce labor while simultaneously improving production. Various enterprises with better innovation management are increasingly adopting machines for better performance. Australian investors are responsible for investing in the maintenance of these mega machines that cater to small, medium and large loads.

  • This increase in production, extraction and processing is responsible for creating a sustainable demand for maintenance services. Similarly, several new mining establishments and projects associated with iron ore, gold and coal are expected to start during the period 2016-2022. They should create new revenue streams for suppliers and service providers.

  • Leading mining companies focus on reducing expenses and therefore engage in economical and flexible contract options. Several leading mining companies in Australia engage in various short-term contracts for different components and services. Belt replacement maintenance focuses on several factors, including operating loads, belt speed, and other factors. Belts with a width of 2000mm to 2400mm require less frequent maintenance than belts of smaller width.

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Competitive landscape

Due to the presence of prominent manufacturers in both local and global regions, the market is considered to be highly competitive. The dominant vendors in the global landscape are focusing on machine maintenance in line with the Industry 4.0 standard aligning artificial intelligence and big data. In this way, the platforms penetrated potential markets. In addition, collaborations and partnerships help them expand their distribution networks across the globe.

Key players

  • ContiTech Australia Pty. Ltd.* Recent developments/updates.

  • Endless Belt Service Pty Ltd.

  • Fenner Dunlop Australia Pty Ltd.

  • Flex Steel Lacing Company (Flexco)

  • Kinder Australia Pty Ltd.

  • Mato GmbH & Co. KG.

  • Minprovise Pty Ltd.

  • Nepean Engineering & Innovation Pty Ltd.

More information on the Australian Conveyor Maintenance Market

On the basis of geographic region, the global Australian conveyor maintenance market is classified into several regions such as North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia-Pacific, Japan, the Middle East and Africa. The industry is dominated by many giant players and a few small local and regional players.

Key sectors

By conveyor type:

By type of service:

  • Fixing the components

  • Maintenance Services

By component type:

  • Conveyor belt

  • Roller and tensioner

  • Cleaner

  • Others (Toeboard Clamps, Pulley Liner, Tie Down, Impact Beds and Splicing Kits)

By end-use industry:

  • Mining

  • Industrial and automotive

  • Pharmaceutical

  • food preparation

  • Others (Electricity, Fertilizers, transport and logistics)

By region:

  • North America

  • Latin America

  • Asia Pacific

  • AEM

  • Europe

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Contents

1. Summary

1.1. Australian Market Outlook

1.2. Demand Side Trends

1.3. Supply-side trends

1.4. Analysis of the technology roadmap

1.5. Analysis and recommendations

2. Market Overview

2.1. Market Coverage / Taxonomy

2.2. Market Definition / Scope / Limits

3. Market Context

3.1. Market dynamics

3.1.1. Drivers

3.1.2. Constraints

3.1.3. Opportunity

3.1.4. Tendencies

3.2. Scenario forecast

3.2.1. Demand in the optimistic scenario

3.2.2. Demand in Likely Scenario

3.2.3. Demand in the conservative scenario

3.3. Opportunity Map Analysis

3.4. Investment Feasibility Matrix

3.5. PESTLE and Porter’s analysis

3.6. Regulatory landscape

3.6.1. By key regions

3.6.2. By key countries

3.7. Regional Parent Market Outlook

4. Australia Conveyor Maintenance Market Analysis 2017-2021 and Forecast, 2022-2032

4.1. Historical Market Size Value Analysis (USD Million), 2017-2021

4.2. Current and Future Market Size Value Projections (USD Million), 2022-2032

4.2.1. Analysis of annual growth trends

4.2.2. Analysis of opportunities in absolute dollars

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Column: Will the global energy shock trigger a global energy efficiency campaign? Maguire https://lepochervolvopenta.com/column-will-the-global-energy-shock-trigger-a-global-energy-efficiency-campaign-maguire/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 05:09:00 +0000 https://lepochervolvopenta.com/column-will-the-global-energy-shock-trigger-a-global-energy-efficiency-campaign-maguire/ LITTLETON, Colorado, Oct 21 (Reuters) – The global energy market shock that has driven up electricity costs is causing a lot of pain, from soaring household utility bills to forced furloughs from factories and to massive government bailouts. But the electricity crisis that has rocked major economies and industrial minnows this year also presents an […]]]>

LITTLETON, Colorado, Oct 21 (Reuters) – The global energy market shock that has driven up electricity costs is causing a lot of pain, from soaring household utility bills to forced furloughs from factories and to massive government bailouts.

But the electricity crisis that has rocked major economies and industrial minnows this year also presents an opportunity to raise the efficiency levels of energy systems that have slowed rates of efficiency improvement in recent years.

Decades of relatively low and stable electricity prices have allowed many homes and businesses to overlook energy costs in their day-to-day existence, and in many cases have resulted in unnecessary energy consumption and delays in energy saving system upgrades.

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But the synchronized surge in natural gas, coal and oil prices over the past year has now forced every consumer to reassess the true value of the energy they use at home, in their car and at work. – stimulating a collective desire to reduce energy consumption in every facet of their lives.

Global electric fuel markets are experiencing extreme volatility

The potential cumulative impact of such a large and simultaneous energy reduction push is substantial, with implications not only for the volumes of energy supply currently required by countries, but also for their emissions from the use of fossil fuels burned to generate electricity.

Alongside projected global expansions in renewable energy supply, this sustained collective reduction in total energy demand could help achieve the goal of reversing the trend of climate-affecting emissions.

REDUCTION OF ENERGY INTENSITY

A key measure of energy efficiency developed by research and consultancy firm Enerdata tracks the total amount of energy each country consumes to generate a unit of gross domestic product (GDP).

The so-called energy intensity of GDP allows different economies to be compared and ranked, and reveals that while globally energy intensity has steadily declined over time, several countries have struggled to reduce their energy intensity over time. beyond a certain point as populations grew and energy-intensive manufacturing and industrial sectors developed.

Indeed, several key fast-growing economies, including Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Iran and Brazil, have actually bucked the downward trend in energy intensity and increased the amount of energy consumed. per unit of GDP since 2015.

The ten most energy intensive countries include key fast growing economies such as China, Nigeria and Saudi Arabia

Other economies with ambitions to develop industrial and manufacturing sectors – including India and Vietnam – are likely to do the same, as demographic and capital spending trends align to create more workers and factories.

However, several major economies have also succeeded in reducing energy intensity while simultaneously increasing economic output, and can therefore serve as potential role models for other countries seeking to achieve ambitious goals on the economic and emissions reduction fronts. .

These success stories include China, which has reduced its energy intensity by 15% since 2015 while increasing its GDP by more than 60%, according to data from Enerdata and the World Bank.

Even after such a large decline in energy intensity, China has room for further reductions before joining the ranks of fully developed industrialized countries, including Germany and Japan, which had energy intensity rates of about half of China’s in 2021.

Energy intensity in key markets

Beijing has targeted a further 13.5% reduction in industrial energy consumption per unit of output over the 2021-2025 period, which it aims to achieve by phasing out obsolete chimney factories and rolling out systems. more modern electricity production and distribution.

China also has ambitions to become a leader in clean energy technologies and will therefore likely seek to export energy-saving capabilities over the coming decades, just as homes, businesses and governments are poised. to adopt them on a large scale.

Similar products and processes are expected to emerge from Europe, the United States and elsewhere due to significant investments being made in space in direct response to soaring fossil fuel prices this year.

This means that global consumers should be spoiled for choice in terms of energy saving options once they recover from the shock of the current energy crisis and look to change their consumption habits. energy in the future.

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