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AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIERS & CUSTOMERS WIN BIG

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UTLC ERA attended at the SiTL 2019 in Paris

The international service provider for container transports by rail presented an initiative to develop cooperation with European partners and an ERAI transit market index

Paris, 27 March – Alexey Grom, the President of the JSC United Transport and Logistics Company – Eurasian Railway Alliance (UTLC ERA) told the representatives of business and the media about the need to increase cooperation with European carriers and presented the Eurasian Rail Alliance Index (ERAI) at the 36th International Exhibition of Transport and Logistics in Paris.

The potential of rail transport on the New Silk Road is high: in 2018, the volume of transit container traffic between Europe and China increased by about a third compared with 2017 and amounted to 370 thousand TEU in both directions. Today, when the distances are reduced due to the increase in speed, and the volume of railway transit along the Eurasian corridor is increasing every year, the UTLC ERA, which carries out 76% of all container traffic in this area, is striving to create a network of workable partnerships in Europe. Guided by this task, the company at the Exhibition of Transport and Logistics in Paris presented the initiative „#UE4EU“ -UTLC ERA for European Union“, aimed to develop long-term relations with European transport and logistics companies in the 1435 mm space. „It is necessary to find a common language, set common goals and build a cooperation route,“ said Alexey Grom, communicating with the media.

Transit traffic on the China-Europe route and in the opposite direction became competitive largely due to the high speed of delivery and optimal service tariffs. According to the president of the UTLC ERA Alexey Grom, these two advantages are clearly illustrated by the value of the ERAI index. The main goal pursued by the company in developing the index is to increase customer awareness of the cost of rail transit along the 1520 gauge, and in the future to use the index when making settlements with logistics companies and shippers in the Eurasian space. The value of the ERAI index depends on the level of infrastructure tariffs of carriers, the speed of cargo delivery by rail, the capacity of the infrastructure and many other indicators of transportation. Today, the shipper will be able to independently calculate online the cost of transportation costs from China to Europe and decide on the choice of mode of transport.

The premiere of the ERAI index in France was preceded by international recognition of the role of Eurasian rail transit: the ERAI index was included in the February issue of the Sea and Air Shipper Insight report, prepared by leading independent international analytical agency Drewry. The document compares the ERAI index with the global Drewry World Container Index, which represents the cost of shipping, and concluded that the price of rail transportation is less prone to fluctuations than the price of sea delivery.

UTLC ERA together with INFRAONE consulting company developed the Eurasian Rail Alliance Index (ERAI). The ERAI Transit Rail Freight Index shows to consignors the indicative cost of rail transit services on a gauge of 1520 mm.

The SiTL 2019, Semaine de l’innovation Transport & Logistique, is held at Port de Versailles in Paris, one of the largest exhibition centers in Europe, and is a large-scale specialized annual event in the field of transport and logistics for French and European shippers. In 2019, about 600 exhibitors from fifty countries took part in the event, while the share of international companies on a platform with stands occupied more than 30 per cent.

Als Dienstleister für Containertransporte auf der Schiene zwischen Europa und China in die eine Richtung und Südostasien und Europa in die andere Richtung wurde UTLC ERA auf paritätischer Grundlage durch die Russischen Eisenbahnen RZhD, die Weißrussische Eisenbahn sowie die Kasachische Eisenbahngesellschaft gegründet. Im Jahre 2018 betrug das Transportvolumen der UTLC ERA 280 500 TEU (gewachsen um 60% im Vergleich zu 2017). Jeden Tag starten auf der Breitspurbahn 1520 bis zu 15 Containerzüge der UTLC ERA.

Firmenkontakt
UTLC ERA
Kamila Salmaeva
Sadowaja-Tchernogryazskaya 7/8
107078 Moskau
+7 (495) 995-95-91, ext. 152
info@kaisercommunication.de
http://www.utlc.com/en

Pressekontakt
KaiserCommunication GmbH
Alexandra Ogneva
Postfach 610365
10926 Berlin
030-84520000
030-40008894
ogneva@kaisercommunication.de
http://www.kaisercommunication.de

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Axis Roadshow in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz

Axis Communications zeigt Trends im Bereich Netzwerk-Technologie

Von April bis Juni 2019 ist Axis Communications, Anbieter netzwerkbasierter Video-, Audio- und Zutrittskontrolllösungen, mit seiner Roadshow wieder in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz unterwegs. In insgesamt neun Städten erwartet die Besucher ein breites Spektrum aktueller Produkte und Lösungen sowie spannende Vorträge und Anwenderbeispiele.

Technologien für Smart Cities, Smart Homes und Smart Shops werden immer wichtiger, wodurch sich allerdings auch der Markt für Netzwerk-Lösungen verändert. Herausforderungen, denen Hersteller täglich begegnen, lassen sich nicht mit einfachem, linearem Denken lösen. Das Ziel von Axis ist es daher, mehrere Dimensionen abzudecken und Technik für den täglichen Einsatz zu entwickeln. Als Innovationstreiber für Netzwerk-Lösungen ist es für Axis wichtig, seine Partner und Endkunden im Rahmen der diesjährigen Roadshow über neueste Entwicklungen, Trends und vor allem sichere Lösungsansätze zu informieren.

In insgesamt fünf Break Out Sessions bietet Axis einen Überblick über Video Management Software, Panoramakameras, Audio im Security-Umfeld, Gebäudeautomation und Axis Partnerschaften.

Gastvortrag zum Thema Bildforensik

Bei der Veranstaltungsreihe informiert Axis nicht nur über Technologie- und Produkt-Updates, sondern bietet den Besuchern auch einen Einblick in die Arbeit des Bildforensikers Roland Bachhofner. Als Sachbearbeiter im Fachbereich Bild- und Datenauswertung beim Forensischen Institut Zürich, einer Organisation der Kantonspolizei und der Stadtpolizei Zürich, wertet er täglich Bilddaten von Videoanlagen aus. Er wird aus der Perspektive seiner forensischen Arbeit unter anderem über Qualitätsanforderungen und Anwendungsfehler von Video-Lösungen berichten.

Die Roadshow findet an folgenden Terminen und Orten statt:

– 09. April 2019: Hamburg, Privathotel Lindtner
– 11. April 2019: Berlin, Olympiastadion
– 07. Mai 2019: Frankfurt, Jumeirah Hotel
– 09. Mai 2019: Wuppertal, VillaMedia
– 14. Mai 2019: Lausanne, Olympic Museum (Französisch-sprachig)
– 17. Mai 2019: Zürich, BoutiqueHotel Thessoni
– 23. Mai 2019: Wien, Schloss Schönbrunn
– 04. Juni 2019: Karlsruhe, Buhlsche Mühle
– 06. Juni 2019: München, Sheraton Hotel Arabellapark

Begleitet wird die Roadshow von den Axis-Partnern Genetec, Siklu, Milestone, Qognify, Parquery, 2N, AG Neovo und Briefcam (nur am Standort Lausanne), die ihre neuesten Produkte sowie Lösungen zeigen.

Die Anmeldung zur Axis Roadshow ist für Partner, Reseller, IT-Firmen, Distributoren sowie Endkunden möglich. Mehr Informationen sowie den Link zur Anmeldung finden Sie hier: https://www.axis-communications.com/roadshow2019

Axis ermöglicht eine smarte und sichere Welt durch die Entwicklung von Netzwerklösungen. Diese bieten Erkenntnisse, um die Sicherheit und Geschäftsmethoden zu verbessern. Als Marktführer im Bereich Netzwerk-Video bietet Axis Produkte und Dienstleistungen für Videoüberwachung und -analyse sowie Zutrittskontrolle und Audiosysteme. Das 1984 gegründete schwedische Unternehmen beschäftigt mehr als 3.000 engagierte Mitarbeiter in über 50 Ländern. Gemeinsam mit seinen Partnern auf der ganzen Welt bietet das Unternehmen kundenspezifische Lösungen an.
Weitere Informationen über Axis finden Sie unter www.axis.com

Kontakt
Axis Communications
Silke Stumvoll
Adalperostraße 86
85737 Ismaning
+49 811 555 08 21
axis@schwartzpr.de
http://www.axis.com/de/

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Autonomous Vehicle Sensors Market | Global Market Size, Share, Growth , Demand ,Trends and Forecast,2018- 2026 By Acumen Research and Consulting

The „Autonomous Vehicle Sensors Market „ Industry Report 2018 is an in depth study analyzing the current state of the Autonomous Vehicle Sensors Market .

This research study on the Global Autonomous Vehicle Sensors Market offers detailed and insightful information on major regional markets and related sub-markets. The information is gathered via both, but not limited to, extensive secondary research and primary research. The major secondary data sources referred for collecting information include industry journals, white papers, databases, company reports, and up-to-date press releases among others. The study also comprises factors driving and inhibiting the development of autonomous vehicle sensors market. The key opportunity areas and trends prevalent in this market are also been compiled in this study. The current size of this market and its predicted market size by the end of forecast period have been highlighted through this study.

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The report has been studied in terms of key market segments and sub-segments. The information on currently leading market segments and sub-segments and the reasons for this growth have been emphasized in the scope of this study. An extensive analysis of autonomous vehicle sensors market has been encapsulated on the basis of estimations of key market segments in the forecast horizon. In addition, the technological developments that took place in the market and those predicted to take place in coming years have also been outlined through this study.

The projections presented in this study on autonomous vehicle sensors market have been made by analyzing market’s future potential and prevalent trends. The market’s growth in various geographies has been studied in detail under this report. The top regions in this market and the reasons for the growth in that particular region have been outlined in the report. Further, the report presents competitive landscape of the autonomous vehicle sensors market, covering information on the market share/positioning analysis of leading players in the market. Under this section, the prime strategies of key players, their strengths and weaknesses, and contributions in market growth are discussed. These players are also evaluated on the basis of attributes such as revenue, gross, product overview, and contact information.

Report Coverage

Market Autonomous Vehicle Sensors Market
Analysis Period 2015 – 2026
Historic Data 2015 – 2016
Base Year 2017
Forecast Data 2018 – 2026
Market Stratification Product Type, Application, End-Use Industry, Geography
Regional Scope North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa (MEA)
Report Coverage Market Trends, Drivers, Restraints, Competitive Analysis, Player Profiling, Value Chain Analysis

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The major market segments of global autonomous vehicle sensors market are as below:

Market By Product Type

  • LIDAR
  • RADAR
  • Ultrasonic Detectors
  • Image Censors

Market By Application

  • Sports Cars
  • Taxis
  • Individuals
  • Others

Market By End-Use Industry

  • E-Commerce
  • Automotive
  • Travels & Tours
  • Multinationals
  • Marine and Aerospace

Market By Geography

  • North America
    • US
    • Canada
    • Mexico
  • Europe
    • UK
    • Germany
    • France
    • Rest of Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
    • China
    • Japan
    • India
    • Australia
    • Rest of Asia-Pacific
  • Latin America
    • Brazil
    • Rest of Latin America
  • Middle East and Africa (MEA)
    • South Africa
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Rest of MEA

Market Players

The major players are NXP Semiconductors, Fujitsu, Delphi Automotive, Asahi Kasei, Tele Tracking Technologies, Trilumina, Continental Ag, Brigade Electronics, Valeo, and Teledyne Optech among others. These superb players have had it all by getting into the race of driver-less cars much before their competitors apart from adapting to the changes in technological advancements.

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Automated Conveyors & Sortation Systems Market Analysis and Forecast, 2018-2026 By Acumen Research and Consulting

The „Automated Conveyors & Sortation Systems Market “ Industry Report 2018 is an in depth study analyzing the current state of the Automated Conveyors & Sortation Systems Market .

This research study on the Global Automated Conveyors & Sortation Systems Market offers detailed and insightful information on major regional markets and related sub-markets. The information is gathered via both, but not limited to, extensive secondary research and primary research. The major secondary data sources referred for collecting information include industry journals, white papers, databases, company reports, and up-to-date press releases among others. The study also comprises factors driving and inhibiting the development of automated conveyors & sortation systems market. The key opportunity areas and trends prevalent in this market are also been compiled in this study. The current size of this market and its predicted market size by the end of forecast period have been highlighted through this study.

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The report has been studied in terms of key market segments and sub-segments. The information on currently leading market segments and sub-segments and the reasons for this growth have been emphasized in the scope of this study. An extensive analysis of automated conveyors & sortation systems market has been encapsulated on the basis of estimations of key market segments in the forecast horizon. In addition, the technological developments that took place in the market and those predicted to take place in coming years have also been outlined through this study.

The projections presented in this study on automated conveyors & sortation systems market have been made by analyzing market’s future potential and prevalent trends. The market’s growth in various geographies has been studied in detail under this report. The top regions in this market and the reasons for the growth in that particular region have been outlined in the report. Further, the report presents competitive landscape of the automated conveyors & sortation systems market, covering information on the market share/positioning analysis of leading players in the market. Under this section, the prime strategies of key players, their strengths and weaknesses, and contributions in market growth are discussed. These players are also evaluated on the basis of attributes such as revenue, gross, product overview, and contact information.

Report Coverage

Market Automated Conveyors & Sortation Systems Market
Analysis Period 2015 – 2026
Historic Data 2015 – 2016
Base Year 2017
Forecast Data 2018 – 2026
Market Stratification Product Type/Function, Application, End-Use Industry, Geography
Regional Scope North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa (MEA)
Report Coverage Market Trends, Drivers, Restraints, Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, Competitive Analysis, Player Profiling, Value Chain Analysis

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The major market segments of global automated conveyors & sortation systems market are as below:

Market By Product Type

  • Packaging Robots
  • Automated Conveyors and Sortation Systems
  • Automated Packagers

Market By Function Type

  • Palletizing
  • Labeling
  • Filling
  • Case Packaging
  • Wrapping
  • Capping
  • Bagging

Market By Application

  • Product Manufacturers
  • Original Equipment Manufacturers
  • Research Organizations
  • Technology Investors
  • Governments & Financial Institutions
  • Others

Market By End-Use Industry

  • SemiConductor and Electronics
  • Chemical
  • Aerospace and Defense
  • Logistics and Warehousing
  • Automotive
  • Healthcare
  • Food and Beverages
  • Others

Market By Geography

  • North America
    • US
    • Canada
    • Mexico
  • Europe
    • UK
    • Germany
    • France
    • Rest of Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
    • China
    • Japan
    • South Korea
    • Taiwan
    • India
    • Rest of Asia-Pacific
  • Latin America
    • Brazil
    • Rest of Latin America
  • Middle East and Africa (MEA)
    • South Africa
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Rest of MEA

Market Players

The prime players are BEUMER Group GmbH & Co, Schneider Electric SE, ABB Ltd., Emerson Electric Co., Kollmorgen, Rockwell Automation, Automated Packaging Systems, Inc., Swisslog Holding AG, Mitsubishi Electric Corp. & KG among others. These performing companies have solidified their core competencies and marched ahead because of new product developments and research analysis.

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Automated Container Terminal Market will experience the highest growth rate of 3.7% during the given forecast period 2018 – 2023

Bharat Book Bureau Provides the Trending Market Research Report on “Global Automated Container Terminal Market, Forecast to 2023” under consumer goods category. The report provides information on industry overview, market size, latest developments, industry trends, Prominent Players, global presence, and their future prospects.

Growing demand for services in automated container terminals is fueling the growth of the automated container terminal market

The automated container terminal market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.7% between 2017 and 2023, to reach USD 10.89 billion by 2023 from USD 9.09 billion in 2018. In existing as well as new terminals, services are important for the proper functioning of equipment. In automated terminals, even a minor defect in any equipment can cause a serious productivity loss. Leading players in the automated container terminal market are focused on expanding their service network to increase the service revenue. Thus, the service contracts are increasing in number, thereby driving the growth of the market for the same. However, the requirement of high initial cost for the implementation of automated container terminals is the major restraining factor for the growth of the automated container terminal market.

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The growth of the automated container terminal market is expected to be driven by the increasing investment in brownfield projects during the forecast period

The revenue contributed by the brownfield projects is expected to hold a significant share of the automated container terminal market during the forecast period. Increasing number of stringent government regulations in developed regions, such as North America and Europe, for the construction of new terminals is expected to encourage the growth of the market for brownfield terminals. Further, the need to increase productivity is encouraging the developed countries to invest in brownfield projects.

The automated container terminal market in APAC is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during forecast period

The automated container terminal market in APAC is expected to grow at the highest CAGR between 2018 and 2023. The developing nations in APAC are significantly investing in automation. The terminal operators in APAC are switching to fully automated and semi-automated container terminals from traditional container terminals due to the increasing maritime transportation and trade in APAC. Further, the countries such as China and Japan are ahead in terms of the adoption of automation. Increasing investments by port operators for the adoption of advanced port equipment and solutions is another factor driving the market growth. Also, the increasing investment in greenfield projects in the region further encourages the growth of the market in APAC.

In the process of determining and verifying the size of the market for several segments and subsegments estimated through secondary research, extensive primary interviews have been conducted with key officials in the automated container terminal market. Following is the break-up of the primary participants for the report:

– By Company Type: Tier 1 = 50 %, Tier 2 = 30%, and Tier 3 = 20%
– By Designation: C-Level Executives = 70%, Directors = 20%, and Others = 10%
– By Region: North America =40%, Europe = 35%, APAC = 15%, and RoW = 10%

Moreover, the report profiles the key players in the automated container terminal market and analyzes their market ranking. The prominent players profiled in this report are Cargotec (Finland) , Konecranes (Finland), ZPMC (China), Liebherr (Switzerland), ABB (Switzerland), Künz (Austria), CyberLogitec (South Korea), IDENTEC SOLUTIONS (Austria), Camco Technologies (Belgium), and ORBCOMM (US).

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Cartonplast „Best Practice“ examples worth emulating

Plastic layer pads (PLPs) are replacing cardboard intermediate layers for the transportation of glass, can and PET containers

Cartonplast "Best Practice" examples worth emulating

Cartonplast plastic layer pads as the „green“ interface between container manufacturers and fillers

More than 130 container industry production locations in 20 countries are utilising Cartonplast PLPs for the transportation of glass, can and PET containers to filling plants. As the largest European reusable Pool System operator for recyclable PLPs on a rental basis, the Cartonplast Group (CPL) has a closely-interconnected Service Centre network at its disposal. The pioneer of the „green“ business model has more than 30 years“ experience in the delivery and return, sorting and cleaning as well as the management of reusable transport products. With 7,000 participating filler end customers in the beverage, food, pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry in 30 different countries, the environmentally-friendly closed-loop pooling concept is considered one of the most successful outsourcing systems within Europe. Currently, 45 million PLPs are in use with over 130 million cycles managed in 14 CPL Service Centres across the world.

Within the system or individually tailored
Our customers do not just utilise the holistic CPL services – our company also offers individual solutions: for example, on-site storage management of the PLPs including mobile cleaning at the respective container manufacturer – integrated into the localised situation.

Cartonplast „Best Practice“ examples worth emulating
Environmentally-friendly – reusable – recyclable – economically viable – reliable – plannable

These two examples of practical applications should serve to stimulate other companies seeking efficient solutions for similar transportation and production problems. The examples show: PLPs are a worthy replacement for cardboard intermediate layers. All the operating processes thus changed sustainably increase efficiency, lower the costs and yet retain high quality standards.

1. The CPL model for success

The „Move to plastic“ project at Halewood International, the largest independent manufacturer of beverages in Great Britain, was a collaborative initiative with the glass suppliers. The aim in this particular case was to reduce waste at the location, and in return to increase the number of recyclable items. 80% of the container glass products are now transported on PLPs – cardboard intermediate layers are now only used in certain individual cases. The PLPs for the transportation of the glass products to the beverage manufacturer are provided, fetched and then reprocessed by CPL-UK. In this way, Halewood can focus on the manufacture and delivery of its high-quality beverage products. Major changes have also resulted in the operating processes. Due to the reduced use of cardboard intermediate layers, savings have been achieved regarding both time and personnel, who were usually deployed for sorting of the cardboard waste material. The sorting and recycling of damaged PLPs is now organised through CPL-UK, and Halewood does not incur any disposal costs.

Julian Galsworthy, Vendor Scheduling Manager at Halewood International, based in the United Kingdom, confirms the efficiency of the system: „Our production processes have been optimised, as the depalletisation of the glass containers has become easier and faster. In particular, wet and damaged cardboard intermediate layers were causing problems during the depalletisation of the glass containers, and we were suffering production losses. PLPs do not suffer deformations – in contrast to cardboard – and the depalletisation of the glass containers now runs smoothly“.

2. The CPL model for success

JACOBS DOUWE EGBERTS (JDE), one of the largest instant coffee manufacturers in Great Britain, was having problems with the weight of the glasses on their cardboard intermediate layers – and also the depalletisation process wasn“t running smoothly. The glass containers are too heavy to be palletised stably on cardboard intermediate layers. This was a major quality and safety issue. The costs of more sturdy cardboard intermediate layers of the same thickness as PLPs would have been uneconomical – and their vulnerability to damp was also a problem. The company therefore replaced the cardboard intermediate layers with PLPs for the transportation of the glass containers. The surface quality of the PLPs now permits a rapid and reliable depalletisation process and reduced production failure times. Due to the improved strength and durability of the PLPs, the palletisation options for the glass containers have also expanded – more weight can now be packed onto each pallet. In this way, the number of pallets required for transportation has been reduced, and therefore also the transport volume. JDE no longer has to invest in new transport products, as the stability of the PLPs guarantees their reutilisation – in contrast to cardboard.

As James Dockree, Packaging Quality Specialist at JDE in the United Kingdom, explains: „Cardboard intermediate layers do not work efficiently on our palletisers in comparison to the PLPs. Every time glass falls off the pallets, we have a major quality and safety issue“.

„Green“ transport products reduce CO2 emissions
Transport layer pads made from polypropylene in an environmental comparison

In order to answer the market“s questions regarding the environmental compatibility of a transport layer pad made of polypropylene in comparison to a cardboard intermediate layer, CPL has published a comparative product ecological assessment on PP layer pads and cardboard intermediate layers in June 2015. In this study, the „durability“ of the PP layer pads was identified as the most important cause variable for the reduction of influences on the environment. The CO2 emissions over the entire lifecycle of a PP layer pad are 67% lower than for the corrugated cardboard intermediate layer also examined as an alternative means of transport. CO2 has advanced to become a central factor for purchase decisions, as many companies are currently attempting to reduce their CO2 emissions

Outsourcing sustainably lowers costs
Due to the CPL Pool System, customers profit from the economic advantages of the PLP rental concept. No company stocks of transport and packaging materials have to be maintained, and storage areas are cleared. All pallets with PLPs circulate in the external CPL Pool System. The cost structures remain transparent and the overall costs are reduced, as only service and rental fees are incurred for the number of PLPs actually used – without subsequent costs. In addition, there are no disposal costs for the recycling of damaged PLPs. The economic viability of the CPL PLPs are also explainable through their long lifecycle. Summary: service and rental fees save costs – there are no replacement and financing costs – unproductively-bound capital is released for investments into the core business of the CPL customers.
Sustainability through recycling

Transport layer pads made from recycled polypropylene
Layer pads (LPs) for the CPL reusable transport system are produced from the recycling plastic „polypropylene“ (PP). This material is characterised by its robust quality and durability – one individual PP LP is theoretically infinitely reusable as long as it is not damage or lost. The PP LPs are therefore sustainable in the truest sense of the word. The use of PP LP „waste“ for the production of new PP LPs reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and PP LPs made from PP recycled material are of the same high quality as those made from new PP material. Only the PP LPs sorted by CPL (e.g. broken LPs) are used to make the regranulate – which also guarantees the tracking of the materials.

Summary
The reutilisation of means of transport is more economic and ecological than simply throwing items away. This is one advantage of the CPL PLPs for transportation in the container industry, and at the same time a decisive competition factor in the market. „Our reusable transport products provide real added value for our customers and support them in addressing the changing conditions in the market and in the environment. This doesn“t just save costs and is good for the ecosystem – it has long-term benefits for both parties. Through the partnership collaboration, we are able to develop new applications which efficiently and successfully shape operating processes“, emphasises Michael Heikenfeld, Managing Director & CSO, Cartonplast Group. The influence of reusable transport products is increasing, and economically-sustainable business models are required. The terms economic viability and sustainability have long ceased to contradict each other. Cartonplast is striving on a long-term basis to expand the range of influence of its reusable transport products, as the CPL Pool System has gained international acceptance.

For further information, please contact us via email via info@cartonplast.com, or contact Michael Heikenfeld, Chief Sales Officer, michael.heikenfeld@cartonplast.com.

*Sources
– Comparative lifecycle assessment of polypropylene and cardboard intermediate layers for transportation purposes
– Cartonplast Group Sustainability Report
– CO2 formula by Cartonplast

About the Cartonplast Group

CPL was founded in 1985, and its Headquarters is based in Dietzenbach, Germany. The PLPs by CPL are utilised at more than 130 production locations in 20 countries for the transportation of glass, cans and PET containers to filling plants. As the largest European Pool System operator of reusable PLPs on a rental basis, CPL has a closely-linked network of Service Centres. As the pioneers of a „green“ business model, CPL has more than 30 years“ experience in the delivery and collection, sorting and cleaning as well as in the management of reusable transport products. This environmentally-friendly closed-loop pooling concept is one of the most successful outsourcing systems in Europe, with 7,000 participating fillers in the beverage, food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries in 30 countries. 45 million PLPs, currently in operation with more than 130 million cycles per year, are managed worldwide in 14 CPL Service Centres.

Cartonplast Group GmbH
Marie-Curie-Straße 8
D-63128 Dietzenbach
Tel. +49 6074 8531-0
Mail: info@cartonplast.com
www.cartonplast.com

Contact
Cartonplast Group GmbH
Alessa Eigenseer
Marie-Curie-Straße 8
63128 Dietzenbach
Phone: +49 6074 8531-0
Fax: +49 6074 8531-99
E-Mail: alessa.eigenseer@cartonplast.com
Url: http://www.cartonplast.com

Pressemitteilungen

Cartonplast „Best Practice“ examples worth emulating

Plastic layer pads (PLPs) are replacing cardboard intermediate layers for the transportation of glass, can and PET containers

Cartonplast "Best Practice" examples worth emulating

Cartonplast plastic layer pads as the „green“ interface between container manufacturers and fillers

More than 130 container industry production locations in 20 countries are utilising Cartonplast PLPs for the transportation of glass, can and PET containers to filling plants. As the largest European reusable Pool System operator for recyclable PLPs on a rental basis, the Cartonplast Group (CPL) has a closely-interconnected Service Centre network at its disposal. The pioneer of the „green“ business model has more than 30 years“ experience in the delivery and return, sorting and cleaning as well as the management of reusable transport products. With 7,000 participating filler end customers in the beverage, food, pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry in 30 different countries, the environmentally-friendly closed-loop pooling concept is considered one of the most successful outsourcing systems within Europe. Currently, 45 million PLPs are in use with over 130 million cycles managed in 14 CPL Service Centres across the world.

Within the system or individually tailored
Our customers do not just utilise the holistic CPL services – our company also offers individual solutions: for example, on-site storage management of the PLPs including mobile cleaning at the respective container manufacturer – integrated into the localised situation.

Cartonplast „Best Practice“ examples worth emulating
Environmentally-friendly – reusable – recyclable – economically viable – reliable – plannable

These two examples of practical applications should serve to stimulate other companies seeking efficient solutions for similar transportation and production problems. The examples show: PLPs are a worthy replacement for cardboard intermediate layers. All the operating processes thus changed sustainably increase efficiency, lower the costs and yet retain high quality standards.

1. The CPL model for success

The „Move to plastic“ project at Halewood International, the largest independent manufacturer of beverages in Great Britain, was a collaborative initiative with the glass suppliers. The aim in this particular case was to reduce waste at the location, and in return to increase the number of recyclable items. 80% of the container glass products are now transported on PLPs – cardboard intermediate layers are now only used in certain individual cases. The PLPs for the transportation of the glass products to the beverage manufacturer are provided, fetched and then reprocessed by CPL-UK. In this way, Halewood can focus on the manufacture and delivery of its high-quality beverage products. Major changes have also resulted in the operating processes. Due to the reduced use of cardboard intermediate layers, savings have been achieved regarding both time and personnel, who were usually deployed for sorting of the cardboard waste material. The sorting and recycling of damaged PLPs is now organised through CPL-UK, and Halewood does not incur any disposal costs.

Julian Galsworthy, Vendor Scheduling Manager at Halewood International, based in the United Kingdom, confirms the efficiency of the system: „Our production processes have been optimised, as the depalletisation of the glass containers has become easier and faster. In particular, wet and damaged cardboard intermediate layers were causing problems during the depalletisation of the glass containers, and we were suffering production losses. PLPs do not suffer deformations – in contrast to cardboard – and the depalletisation of the glass containers now runs smoothly“.

2. The CPL model for success

JACOBS DOUWE EGBERTS (JDE), one of the largest instant coffee manufacturers in Great Britain, was having problems with the weight of the glasses on their cardboard intermediate layers – and also the depalletisation process wasn“t running smoothly. The glass containers are too heavy to be palletised stably on cardboard intermediate layers. This was a major quality and safety issue. The costs of more sturdy cardboard intermediate layers of the same thickness as PLPs would have been uneconomical – and their vulnerability to damp was also a problem. The company therefore replaced the cardboard intermediate layers with PLPs for the transportation of the glass containers. The surface quality of the PLPs now permits a rapid and reliable depalletisation process and reduced production failure times. Due to the improved strength and durability of the PLPs, the palletisation options for the glass containers have also expanded – more weight can now be packed onto each pallet. In this way, the number of pallets required for transportation has been reduced, and therefore also the transport volume. JDE no longer has to invest in new transport products, as the stability of the PLPs guarantees their reutilisation – in contrast to cardboard.

As James Dockree, Packaging Quality Specialist at JDE in the United Kingdom, explains: „Cardboard intermediate layers do not work efficiently on our palletisers in comparison to the PLPs. Every time glass falls off the pallets, we have a major quality and safety issue“.

„Green“ transport products reduce CO2 emissions
Transport layer pads made from polypropylene in an environmental comparison

In order to answer the market“s questions regarding the environmental compatibility of a transport layer pad made of polypropylene in comparison to a cardboard intermediate layer, CPL has published a comparative product ecological assessment on PP layer pads and cardboard intermediate layers in June 2015. In this study, the „durability“ of the PP layer pads was identified as the most important cause variable for the reduction of influences on the environment. The CO2 emissions over the entire lifecycle of a PP layer pad are 67% lower than for the corrugated cardboard intermediate layer also examined as an alternative means of transport. CO2 has advanced to become a central factor for purchase decisions, as many companies are currently attempting to reduce their CO2 emissions

Outsourcing sustainably lowers costs
Due to the CPL Pool System, customers profit from the economic advantages of the PLP rental concept. No company stocks of transport and packaging materials have to be maintained, and storage areas are cleared. All pallets with PLPs circulate in the external CPL Pool System. The cost structures remain transparent and the overall costs are reduced, as only service and rental fees are incurred for the number of PLPs actually used – without subsequent costs. In addition, there are no disposal costs for the recycling of damaged PLPs. The economic viability of the CPL PLPs are also explainable through their long lifecycle. Summary: service and rental fees save costs – there are no replacement and financing costs – unproductively-bound capital is released for investments into the core business of the CPL customers.
Sustainability through recycling

Transport layer pads made from recycled polypropylene
Layer pads (LPs) for the CPL reusable transport system are produced from the recycling plastic „polypropylene“ (PP). This material is characterised by its robust quality and durability – one individual PP LP is theoretically infinitely reusable as long as it is not damage or lost. The PP LPs are therefore sustainable in the truest sense of the word. The use of PP LP „waste“ for the production of new PP LPs reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and PP LPs made from PP recycled material are of the same high quality as those made from new PP material. Only the PP LPs sorted by CPL (e.g. broken LPs) are used to make the regranulate – which also guarantees the tracking of the materials.

Summary
The reutilisation of means of transport is more economic and ecological than simply throwing items away. This is one advantage of the CPL PLPs for transportation in the container industry, and at the same time a decisive competition factor in the market. „Our reusable transport products provide real added value for our customers and support them in addressing the changing conditions in the market and in the environment. This doesn“t just save costs and is good for the ecosystem – it has long-term benefits for both parties. Through the partnership collaboration, we are able to develop new applications which efficiently and successfully shape operating processes“, emphasises Michael Heikenfeld, Managing Director & CSO, Cartonplast Group. The influence of reusable transport products is increasing, and economically-sustainable business models are required. The terms economic viability and sustainability have long ceased to contradict each other. Cartonplast is striving on a long-term basis to expand the range of influence of its reusable transport products, as the CPL Pool System has gained international acceptance.

For further information, please contact us via email via info@cartonplast.com, or contact Michael Heikenfeld, Chief Sales Officer, michael.heikenfeld@cartonplast.com.

*Sources
– Comparative lifecycle assessment of polypropylene and cardboard intermediate layers for transportation purposes
– Cartonplast Group Sustainability Report
– CO2 formula by Cartonplast

About the Cartonplast Group

CPL was founded in 1985, and its Headquarters is based in Dietzenbach, Germany. The PLPs by CPL are utilised at more than 130 production locations in 20 countries for the transportation of glass, cans and PET containers to filling plants. As the largest European Pool System operator of reusable PLPs on a rental basis, CPL has a closely-linked network of Service Centres. As the pioneers of a „green“ business model, CPL has more than 30 years“ experience in the delivery and collection, sorting and cleaning as well as in the management of reusable transport products. This environmentally-friendly closed-loop pooling concept is one of the most successful outsourcing systems in Europe, with 7,000 participating fillers in the beverage, food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries in 30 countries. 45 million PLPs, currently in operation with more than 130 million cycles per year, are managed worldwide in 14 CPL Service Centres.

Cartonplast Group GmbH
Marie-Curie-Straße 8
D-63128 Dietzenbach
Tel. +49 6074 8531-0
Mail: info@cartonplast.com
www.cartonplast.com

Contact
Cartonplast Group GmbH
Alessa Eigenseer
Marie-Curie-Straße 8
63128 Dietzenbach
Phone: +49 6074 8531-0
Fax: +49 6074 8531-99
E-Mail: alessa.eigenseer@cartonplast.com
Url: http://www.cartonplast.com

Pressemitteilungen

Plexus erhält Innovation Supplier Award 2016 von Bombardier Transportation

Bombardier Rail Control Solutions zeichnet Plexus, den E2MS-Spezialisten für hervorragenden Support und innovativen Ideen aus

Plexus erhält Innovation Supplier Award 2016 von Bombardier Transportation

Oliver Mihm, Regional President EMEA Plexus, nahm den Preis stellvertretend für sein Team entgegen

München, 17. Januar 2017 – Plexus Corp., ein führender Spezialist für Electronic Engineering und Manufacturing Services (E2MS), wurde mit dem ersten Innovation Supplier Award der Sparte Rail Control Solutions (RCS) von Bombardier Transportation ausgezeichnet. Plexus erhält den Award für die Entwicklung eines neuen und effektiven Beschichtungsverfahrens bei der Leiterplattenbestückung der Balise2010 des Schienenfahrzeugbauers. Die Beschichtung erhöht nicht nur die Qualität und Zuverlässigkeit der Produkte, sondern senkt zudem auch Herstellungskosten. Möglich wird dies durch ein automatisiertes Sprüh- und Härtungsverfahren, das anstelle des traditionellen Tauchbeschichtungsverfahrene angewendet wird.

Die Auszeichnung würdigt vor allem die Arbeit am Plexus-Standort in Oradea, Rumänien. Die Zusammenarbeit zwischen Plexus und RCS begann ursprünglich mit der Fertigung im Werk in Penang, Malaysia und hat sich mittlerweile zu einer weltweiten Zusammenarbeit entwickelt. Plexus unterstützt RCS in Nord- und Südamerika, Asien, EMEA und Australien mit seinen Produktionsstätten in Europa, Asien und den USA und bietet zudem Support bei der Entwicklung und beim Rapid Prototyping.

Oliver Mihm, Regional President EMEA bei Plexus nahm den Preis stellvertretend für sein Team entgegen. Überreicht wurde der Award von Peter Cedervall, President of Rail Control Solutions bei Bombardier Transportation.
„Es ist für uns eine große Ehre , als erstes Unternehmen mit diesem Innovationspreis ausgezeichnet zu werden“, so Oliver Mihm. „Ich nehme ihn im Namen aller Plexus Ingenieure entgegen, die mit vollem Einsatz an diesem Projekt gearbeitet haben. Der Erfolg ist ein Beispiel für die Innovationskraft unseres Werkes in Oradea, wo es gelungen ist, eine Lösung mit einzigartigen Anforderungen schnell und kosteneffizient zu entwickeln.“

Plexus ist für die Unterstützung seiner Kunden in der EMEA-Region hervorragend aufgestellt. Während sich der Standort in Livingston vor allem auf Entwicklung und Rapid Prototyping konzentriert, stehen beim Werk in Kelso Aftermarket-Services im Mittelpunkt. In Deutschland ist der Konzern mit einem eigenen Design Center in Darmstadt vertreten. In Oradea findet die Entwicklung und Fertigung statt. Mit 26 weltweiten Standorten und 14.000 Mitarbeitern (davon 470 Ingenieure) verfügt Plexus über allumfängliche Erfahrung in den Bereichen Produktentwicklung (Software, digitale und analoge Hardware, Entwicklung von mechanischen, industriellen und Leiterplatten-Designs), Kommerzialisierung (z.B. Prüfstrategie, Design for Excellence-Services, Design Assurance), Fertigung und Aftermarket-Services.

Über Plexus:
Plexus bietet optimierte Lösungen zur Realisierung von elektronischen Produkten. Grundlage dazu bildet ein einzigartiges Value-Stream-Service-Modell mit innovativen und aufeinander abgestimmten Dienstleistung aus den Bereichen Produktentwicklung, Design, Vermarktung, Fertigung, Fulfillment und Nachhaltigkeit. So entstehen ganzheitliche End-to-End Lösungen für Kunden in Europa, Nordamerika und im asiatisch-pazifischen Raum.
Plexus ist weltweit führend bei kleinen und mittleren Serien hoch komplexer Kundenlösungen, die höchste Anforderungen in Bezug auf Qualität, Flexibilität und Technologie erfüllen. Der E2MS-Spezialist unterstützt mehr als 140 namhafte Unternehmen aus den Fokus-Branchen Gesundheit/LifeScience, Industrie/Gewerbe, Verteidigung/Security/Luftfahrt sowie Kommunikation.
Weitere Informationen unter www.plexus.de

Firmenkontakt
Plexus
Lisa Gladstone
Bratustraße 7
64293 Darmstadt
06151 13775500
plexus@lucyturpin.com
http://www.plexus.de

Pressekontakt
Lucy Turpin Communications
Birgit Fuchs-Laine
Prinzregentenstr 89
81675 München
089/4177610
plexus@lucyturpin.com
http://www.LucyTurpin.de

Computer/Internet/IT

Global 3D Mapping and Modeling Market is Projected to Exhibit a CAGR of over 8.54% during 2016 – 2020

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Description

About 3D Mapping and Modeling

3D mapping and modeling is widely used in many industries to get a detailed representation of a product. It helps companies to design new products through the development of virtual prototypes. It is used across different verticals such as construction, healthcare, aerospace, defense, and automotive.

Technavios analysts forecast the global 3D mapping and 3D modeling market to grow at a CAGR of 8.54% during the period 2016-2020.

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The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global 3D mapping and 3D modeling market during the period 2016-2020. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated from 3D mapping and modeling software sales.

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APAC

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North America

ROW

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Key vendors

Apple

Autodesk

Google

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Airbus Defence and Space

Cybercity 3D

Esri

Garmin

GE

Intermap

Biosense Webster

Philips

SAAB

St. Jude Medical

TomTom

Topcon

Trimble

USGS.

Market driver

Increased use of 3D mapping in healthcare sector

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Market challenge

High initial investment

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Market trend

Increased use of LIDAR

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North America

Europe

APAC

ROW

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