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The fallout has been felt around the world, by consumers, fellow automakers and legislators alike.
There are huge changes happening in the U.S. chemical sector as global sales have doubled over the past decade.
It could (sort of) help the environment. No, really.
If you’re looking for mutant or deformed wildlife, you’ve (mostly) come to the wrong place.
Since the new norm is constant fluctuation, every aspect of your plan must be reviewed on a regular basis to ensure new opportunities are not slipping past you.
For years, operators faced with the difficult task of cooling electronics panel in hazardous locations such as the mining, petrochemical, oil and gas industries had few options.
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Separation of water from fine tailings in the minerals or petroleum industries has been a long standing and well documented challenge.
Front-end coordination and modularization provide major time and cost savings.
So many of the perceptions that people have of manufacturing and the career opportunities available within the manufacturing sector are based on outdated notions and inaccurate ideas.
Since the collapse of oil prices the pressure has been on to churn out the black gold at a quicker pace -- a situation many say is leading to perilous working conditions.
With two deadlines down and two more to go, many chemical manufacturers, distributors and employers still have questions about how the transition to GHS is being carried out.
Mention Azerbaijan in conversation and you’re likely to get: Azer-what? Is that a country? How do you even pronounce it? But this Saudi-Arabia-of-the-Caucasus is one of the world's biggest players in the oil market.