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World Antimicrobial Coatings Market to Record 11.8% CAGR Through 2018, According to MarketsandMarkets Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

World Antimicrobial Coatings Market to Record 11.8% CAGR Through 2018, According to MarketsandMarkets Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

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London, UK (PRWEB) December 19, 2013

In 2012, the worldwide market for antimicrobial coatings was worth approximately USD 1.5 billion. The market is poised to witness an 11.8% CAGR between 2013 and 2018, driven to a large extent by the rapidly-growing Latin American and Asia-Pacific markets, along with strong investments made by the dominant companies (AkzoNobel, PPG, BASF, Sherwin-Williams, etc.). The developing countries are presently seeing the rising demand for antimicrobial coatings. In order to cater to this surging demand, the market players tend to develop new products and introduce novel R&D facilities.

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Wireless Communication Features in Mobile Phones to Drive Demand for Connectivity Chips, According to a New Trend Report Published by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

Wireless Communication Features in Mobile Phones to Drive Demand for Connectivity Chips, According to a New Trend Report Published by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) January 07, 2014

Follow us on LinkedIn – New developments in wireless connectivity technologies such as Bluetooth v4.0, Near Field Communications (NFC), Wi-Fi, WiGig and others are projected to drive growth in the connectivity chips market. Combo wireless connectivity chipsets with integrated NFC, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth functionalities are expected to witness strong growth led by widespread adoption in smartphones and consumer electronic devices. Rising popularity of NFC-enabled smartphones and the growing trend towards mobile retail payments are also expected to benefit the market. Increasing consumer demand for robust connectivity, easy device pairing, improved power efficiency, and high speed internet connection via Wi-Fi hotspots will drive innovation in chip design and architecture in the coming years.

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Marketing Firm for Plastic Surgeons Will Connect Surgeons to Their Local Community in New Way, According to CEO Craig Stephens.

Marketing Firm for Plastic Surgeons Will Connect Surgeons to Their Local Community in New Way, According to CEO Craig Stephens.











Craig Stephens
President to Marketing Specialist for Plastic Surgeons


Key Largo, FL (PRWEB) December 24, 2013

Marketing Specialists for Plastic Surgeons, a Florida-based marketing group, has said it will increase local interest in surgeons through a unique, alternative means of marketing — namely a contest. Craig Stephens, founder and CEO of Marketing Specialists for Plastic Surgeons, is hoping to give surgeons more options regarding how they market their practices.

“Using a contest solely for plastic surgeons has not been done before,” said Stephens. “Something as simple as a competition among potential patients will allow surgeons to better connect with their local markets. It allows the doctor to collect information which can be repurposed to promote a surgeon’s character and humanity.”

Stephens says that the tactics employed are known as Blue Ocean strategies — a character building approach that can drastically improve practice relevance in the community within just a few months. The results, Stephens adds, are far superior to anything that a generic marketing can provide.

“The data collected will be rolled-over to enhance the doctor’s credibility. The reason why these strategies work is because people respond more to expertise than price.” said Stephens. “Expertise in a certain procedure is always supported by patient testimonials from respected sources, and these carry more weight than price-driven ‘me too’ special offers. When someone is considering a cosmetic procedure, most understand that a bargain may not be such a good idea if the quality isn’t there. Patients are much happier dealing with the best than the cheapest when it comes to these kinds of services.”

“By improving community involvement and showing that a doctor cares, the newly-branded “expert” can radically improve the practice’s productivity, not just in the quantity of patients, but the quality,” added Stephens. “Most clients use reviews and testimonials today to aide in selection of products and services.”

The novel part of the local campaign that Stephens is undertaking is the contest, which offers a free surgery procedure to the person who tells the most engaging and compassionate story about why they want or need the procedure performed. The contest is open to all, and ends when 500 unique applications have been received. According to Stephens, surgeons will use this information as a way to gather insight into the thoughts of “non-customers,”which is the name given to people that want a procedure but haven’t had it performed due to cost or other worries.

About Marketing Specialists for Plastic Surgeons:

Florida-based Marketing Specialists for Plastic Surgeons is a company directly involved in developing marketing techniques for both the cosmetic and plastic surgery industries. The company is owned and operated by Craig Stephens.

Contest website: http://www.FreePlasticSurgeryContest.com

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Chromatography Accessories & Consumables Market to Post 5.7% CAGR Through 2018, According to MarketsandMarkets Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

Chromatography Accessories & Consumables Market to Post 5.7% CAGR Through 2018, According to MarketsandMarkets Report Published at MarketPublishers.com











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London, UK (PRWEB) December 24, 2013

As of 2013, the overall value of the market for chromatography accessories and consumables stands at over USD 2.6 billion. It is poised to record a 5.7% CAGR in the next five years and touch the USD 3.5-billion mark by 2018. The major market growth drivers include, among others, robust technology developments, the ever-increasing adoption of advanced chromatographic techniques, and intensifying competition in the marketplace. The market players are enhancing their investments in research and development to later come out with various inventions – products and/or technologies, and increase their market share.

APAC is one of the most promising markets for chromatography accessories and consumables, which is set to be the major driving force behind the global market’s positive growth. China, India, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and South Korea are likely to exhibit the highest growth rates in the next five years. The demand in these emerging markets is fuelled primarily by the increasing use of chromatography procedures in the food and beverage, agriculture, life sciences, chemicals and biotechnology industries. Based on the product type, columns account for the biggest share of the market – over 55%. Meanwhile, the autosamplers segment is expected to experience the fastest growth through 2018.

New research report “Chromatography Accessories and Consumables Market by Types (Columns, Autosamplers, Vials, Detectors, Fraction Collectors, Pressure Regulators, Degassers), by Technology (LC (HPLC, UHPLC, Flash), GC), by End-users – Trends & Global Forecasts to 2018” elaborated by MarketsandMarkets has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Chromatography Accessories and Consumables Market by Types (Columns, Autosamplers, Vials, Detectors, Fraction Collectors, Pressure Regulators, Degassers), by Technology (LC (HPLC, UHPLC, Flash), GC), by End-users – Trends & Global Forecasts to 2018

Published: December, 2013

Pages: 502

Price: US$ 4,650.00

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The report gives an all-encompassing guide to the worldwide market for chromatography accessories and consumables, categorized on the basis of product type, end-user, technology, and geography. The research covers both historical and current industry performance indicators, presents a snapshot of the prevailing market trends, and also examines the major market growth limiters and drivers. The study thoroughly discusses the main market opportunities and threats, delves deeply into the competitive scenario, offers detailed profiles of the leading companies, reviews the existing technologies, as well as addresses the burning industry issues. Additionally, a five-year projection for the worldwide chromatography accessories and consumables market is provided in the report.

Report Scope:


    Granular view on the chromatography accessories and consumables market.
    In-depth market segmentation based on product type, technology, end-user, and geography.
    Extensive review of the market dynamics including valuable information on the major market restraints, drivers, challenges and opportunities.
    Comprehensive market share analysis.
    Accurate description of the competitive environment.
    Comprehensive profiles of the dominant companies involved in the wordwide chromatography accessories and consumables space.
    Market future outlook over the next five years.

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The Trucking Industry Faces A Challenging Year In 2014 According to Trucking Consultants Ahern and Associates

The Trucking Industry Faces A Challenging Year In 2014 According to Trucking Consultants Ahern and Associates











Ahern & Associates is one of the most respected names in the Trucking and Logistics Industry

Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) December 24, 2013

As CEO of the leading trucking consultation firm in America and one of the greatest sources of industry commentary and predictions for the industry, Andy Ahern has found himself in a unique position to comment on what the coming year may hold for the industry. 2013 has been a profitable period for truckers and logistics companies even with a lukewarm import and export market, coupled with legislative changes that have raised costs and barriers to entry across the nation. With the New Year on the horizon Andy Ahern has released his predictions for 2014 on a series of issues in his weekly newsletter, The Ahern Advisory.

Initial predictions paint a costly picture with a bill to increase federal fuel tax almost certain to pass in the New Year which will dramatically impact fuel costs for all trucking companies and shippers. In addition to this upcoming legislation, the full effects of the recent Hours of Service legislation are just beginning to be understood with Transport Topics reporting that overall driver wages may have been significantly impacted across the USA. With predicted interest rates, GDP changes and inflation giving little reason to expect that these factors will be compensated for by a general economic upswing Andy’s best advice to the industry is not to try and hide from reality. His last week of releases provides a host of factors that will have a national impact in the upcoming year according to industry experts. Company owners all across the nation and in all industries are going to be watching the New Year with baited breath to see what it will bring and will be hoping for an unexpected improvement in economic conditions to alleviate the pressure that has been a constant reality of 2013.

Andy’s advice, however, is to prepare for the unexpected. He recently launched a crisis hotline for business owners to help trucking businesses weather what is to come and has been encouraged by signs of robust health in the industry despite the more general economic indicators. Ahern and Associates are already working with 12 companies seeking to expand their operating footprint in the first quarter of 2014 and are in talks with several more. With a record year behind them and another busy one approaching the signs are clear, the trucking industry is under pressure and that pressure is only going to increase in the coming year but trucking is still the backbone of American industry.

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About Ahern & Associates, Ltd.

Ahern and Associates is North America’s leading trucking and transportation management consulting firm. The skilled consultants at Ahern and Associates specialize in mergers and acquisitions of trucking and logistics companies as well as the restructuring and evaluation of existing carriers that seek to increase operating efficiency and improve profitability. Since 1987, Ahern and Associates has aided hundreds of buyers in the acquisition of trucking and logistics companies throughout the U.S. and Canada as well as assisting many transportation and logistics companies in reducing their overall operating costs and increasing their profitability.

For more information, please call 602-242-1030 or visit http://www.ahern-ltd.com.























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Literature Review Finds Lung-Sparing Surgery Best for Mesothelioma, According to Surviving Mesothelioma

Literature Review Finds Lung-Sparing Surgery Best for Mesothelioma, According to Surviving Mesothelioma











Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) December 26, 2013

While debate continues among mesothelioma doctors worldwide over which kind of surgery is best, a new review of the medical literature published in Lung Cancer and detailed by Surviving Mesothelioma says the statistics are clearly on the side of the lung-sparing procedure called extended P/D.

The report reviewed six electronic databases of medical studies and found seven relevant studies comparing lung-sparing extended P/D with lung-removing extrapleural pneumonectomy (EPP) for malignant pleural mesothelioma. According to the study, the mortality rate with EPP is 6.9% while only 2.9% of studied patients die from extended P/D.

The rate of complications with P/D is also lower, according to the study. Only 27.9% of P/D patients experienced serious complications, compared to more than 60% with EPP. Proponents of EPP, including some of the world’s top mesothelioma doctors, often point to studies showing a survival benefit with EPP. But the new analysis refutes that idea, as well, finding a median overall survival among all the studies of 13-29 months with P/D versus 12-22 months with EPP.

Extended P/D, the most radical form of P/D, removes the pleural lining and other diseased tissue, but leaves the lung in place. In contrast, EPP involves removal of the entire pleural lining as well as the diseased lung, the lymph nodes, portions of the pericardium around the heart and all or part of the diaphragm. It is typically followed by chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy to kill any residual mesothelioma cells.

The results of the literature review are likely to reheat the surgery debate among mesothelioma doctors and the authors say they may well change the way the disease is treated. “This may represent an important paradigm shift in the surgical management of malignant pleural mesothelioma,” they write. Their article appears in Lung Cancer. (Cao, C, et al, “A systematic review and meta-analysis of surgical treatments for malignant pleural mesothelioma”, December 6, 2013, Lung Cancer, Epub ahead of print, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24360321)

For nearly ten years, Surviving Mesothelioma has brought readers the most important and ground-breaking news on the causes, diagnosis and treatment of mesothelioma. All Surviving Mesothelioma news is gathered and reported directly from the peer-reviewed medical literature. Written for patients and their loved ones, Surviving Mesothelioma news helps families make more informed decisions.























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