Category Archives: Customer Preference

Electric vehicles – should they be built from a dedicated EV architecture, or on existing platforms?

With the rapid tightening of emissions regulations in markets around the world, the pure internal combustion engine as a common propulsion method is being put to a corner. Hybrid electrification is not without an answer either; several countries have set deadlines for sales of new cars in the future to be strictly zero emissions. Ultimately, […]

How long does it take to build a sea container?

How long does it take to build a container? The short answer is: time is insignificant, a matter of hours, including the automated process of assembling the steel walls and drying the paint. The containers are built in highly efficient and highly automated factories, virtually all of which are located in China. Eight out of […]

Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Lidl, Aldi, M&S and Waitrose recall products due to pressing safety concerns

Customers of some of the UK’s largest supermarkets are urged to check their cabinets as many products are being recalled for safety reasons. Periodically, supermarkets will recall items if they are found to be unfit for consumers’ consumption or use. It is important to keep an eye out for these as often faulty products can […]

Home Decor Market Size To Reach USD 622 770 Million By 2027 At A CAGR Of 2.4%

BANGALORE from India, August 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Interior decoration market is segmented by type (Home furniture, carpets, bath textiles, bed textiles, kitchen and dining room textiles, tiles, wood and laminate flooring, vinyl and rubber flooring, lighting, others), by application (Indoor, outdoor, others). The report covers the analysis of global opportunities and […]

Unfair Preference Claims and the Importance of Preliminary Investigations – Insolvency / Bankruptcy / Restructuring

To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. In the Pacific Steelfixing Pty Ltd case [2021] NSWSC 655 Liquidators routinely pursue “unfair preference claims” in liquidation and some of these claims are stronger than others. Many liquidators perceive unfair preference claims against the Deputy Tax Commissioner (Commissioner) as relatively easy pickings, given the […]

Auto Parts Industry Total Revenue Falls 3% in FY21 Due to Pandemic and Downturn

NEW DELHI : The cumulative sales of the automotive components manufacturing sector decreased by 3% for ₹$ 3.40 trillion in FY21 due to sharp decline in production and sales in first half of fiscal year due to strict nationwide containment measures announced to contain the covid-19 pandemic, according to data released by the Association of […]

PayPal (PYPL) to Report Q2 Income: What’s in the Cards?

PayPal Holdings, Inc. PYPL is expected to release its second quarter 2021 results on July 28. The company expects second quarter revenue of $ 6.25 billion, reflecting a year-over-year improvement of 19% at the current spot rate and 17% on a currency neutral basis. Zacks’ consensus estimate for revenue is set at $ 6.32 billion, […]

Global Losartan Industry Until 2026

DUBLIN, July 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The “Global Losartan Market, By Source (Contract Manufacturing Organizations, In-House), By Form (Tablet, Powder), By Strength (25mg, 50mg, 100mg, Others), By Channel distribution (offline, online), by application, by end user, by region, forecast and opportunity, 2026 “has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global losartan market has […]

AIB cites pandemic and go online as it closes 15 branches

Allied Irish Banks (AIB) will close 15 branches before the end of the year due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the ‘relentless’ shift to online banking. The bank said on Tuesday it had completed a “detailed strategic review” due to changes in the way customers interact with banks, a trend which “has been accelerated” by […]

Social Security Ends Special Notice By Mail Option For The Blind

Experts: the change is “concerning” About half a million people use special notification options, according to data from the SSA. Over 388,000 do so in large print. Almost 47,000 opted for a phone call, approximately 27,500 for a registered letter, 23,000 for a data or audio CD and approximately 11,700 for communications in Braille. Tiggemann […]