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For more than a century, this manufacturer of packaged consumer goods has served customers around the world and now its decision-makers can access timely, relevant information from internal and external sources to drive innovation and efficiency -- e.g. cutting strategy development time from weeks to hours.Learn more about our client’s successes
Based in Tokyo, this pneumatic industry pioneer continues to innovate by redefining its development process to deliver winning products that achieve their goals – e.g. the IMACT-V valves allow a typical manufacturing plant to use 50% less compressed air and reduce electric power consumption by 10% or more.Learn more about our client’s successes
A multinational industrial tool and equipment manufacturing company is staying ahead of competitors by establishing dozens of robust knowledge bases of university research and 90+ knowledge bases of technical knowledge from the Deep Web as well as providing training to hundreds of employees worldwide.Learn more about our client’s successes
IHS Technology Director Tim Dawson discusses how an industrial automation company improved its process manufacturing capabilities by leveraging IHS information, research and analyst expertise. Learn how the company leveraged these resources to benchmark its performance, challenge internal forecasts and demonstrate its competitive position to investors, shareholders and customers.View Video
Cobalt is on the top of Canadian financier Wayne Tisdale’s list of new business opportunities. He has a talent for sensing shortages and creating a business to take advantage of them. This could put the U.S. on the cobalt map when the world is low on its cobalt supply. ------- Editor's Not
I have encountered a question which is kind of different and strange to me,it says, Find the equations of the planes through (2,-1,3) and contains (x-2)/3 = (y-1)/2 = (1-z)/4 and -x/2 =3-y = (z-3)/2 Now,what is confusing me is those two equations,I really don't know where to start.I need help her
Dear Members, Is there any thumb rule for the calculation of water holding capacity of a water tube AFBC boiler of 40TPH