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News Article | October 28, 2016
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Snappii, a platform for rapid mobile app development enables users to design, build, submit and deliver feature-rich business apps in days versus months. Using Snappii’s flexible WYSIWYG Visual Editor, users can build feature-rich enterprise native mobile apps once and deploy across all major platforms including iOS and Android. In addition, since the platform does not require mobile coding skills, programmers and non-programmers can deliver apps quickly and easily, saving time and money. The platform also makes it easy to manage applications and make ongoing changes Today, Snappii, a leading mobile app development corporation announces that Ciputra University (UC), one of the leading business universities in Indonesia, has selected the Snappii Mobile App Development Platform to design, create, and deploy its mobile applications. As a result, the students were able to identify a business process, identify ways to improve the process, and design and prepare a software application with Snappii to support the improved process. "Teaching Entrepreneurship, especially Tech-Based Entrepreneurship, is my passion. It always breaks my heart when I hear some great ideas from non-technical students. Because that's mean they will have a lot of difficulties bring their idea to reality and eventually give up in the middle of their struggle. I'm very thankful to one of my students who found Snappii, a platform to create mobile apps with limited programming skill. Until then Snappii is one of the subject i teach to my Tech-Based Entrepreneurship students. Thank you Snappii team, finding you are a blessing to me", - David Boy Tonara, a coordinator of technopreneurship subject, Ciputra University (UC). The business students are representing a growing class of “Citizen developers” who are developing business apps without any prior knowledge of programming. They understand the business problem that they are trying to solve. Using Snappii Codeless platform enables them to visually build apps using drag, drop and configure approach. The key factor is that citizen developers create applications without coding. The main benefits of such development are the high development speed and agility, easy of change, and also lower development costs. “Enterprises are struggling to deal with app backlog and now employees are becoming citizen developers. - Alex Bakman, Snappii Owner and President, says. - Cloud based offering such as Snappii is enabling ordinary business users to create apps they need without coding and without waiting for IT.” About Ciputra University: Ciputra University (UC) is one of the universities in Surabaya, Indonesia, and was founded by the family of Ciputra. The university is located in the UC Town, Citra Land, Surabaya, which was developed by the Ciputra Group. For the 2006 school year, the Education Foundation Ir. Ciputra, as manager of the University of Ciputra, opening ten grooves studies bachelor's degree (S1), the International Business Management (IBM), Accounting (ACC), International Hospitality and Tourism Business (IHTB), Culinary Business (CB), Visual Communication Design (VCD) , Interior Architecture (INA), Information and Multimedia Technology (IMT), Management Information Systems (MIS), Fashion Design Business (FDB), and Psychology (PSY). Ciputra University also has a master's study programs (S2) in the field of Management (MEM). Snappii is a leading Mobile Apps company for Business Apps. About one million people use Snappii Business Apps in 30+ Industries around the world. All Apps are powered by the Ultra Fast, No code Snappii App Builder Platform which enables native App creation 30 times faster than coding and costs a fraction of hiring Mobile Apps Developers. Learn more at http://www.Snappii.com.


News Article | December 22, 2016
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TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TMAC Resources Inc. (TSX: TMR) (“TMAC” or the “Company”) has received the results from the glacial till sampling program that was conducted as part of TMAC’s 2016 regional exploration program at Hope Bay. The results indicate multiple gold in till anomalies that are not well explained by the currently identified deposits. The till sampling results have yielded the following significant dispersal trains: Dr. Catharine Farrow, Chief Executive Officer stated “We are excited by the excellent results of the 2016 glacial till sampling program at Hope Bay. TMAC has identified gold grain dispersal trains resulting in multiple exploration targets in close proximity to TMAC’s existing infrastructure at Doris, including targets along our existing road connecting Doris to North Madrid. These results will be integrated with TMAC’s existing geological and geophysical datasets and will be used to advance these and other target areas as part of TMAC’s 2017 exploration programs at Hope Bay. They also support the excellent exploration potential of TMAC’s land package in western Nunavut. We continue to develop a robust pipeline of exploration projects at various stages of advancement, from Mineral Resource addition within the known mine environments, such as Doris BTD, to regional exploration targeting as demonstrated by the results reported here.” In June and July of 2016, a total of 522 till samples were collected by Overburden Drilling Management Limited (“ODM”), well-known specialists in glacial till sampling, processing, and interpretation of surficial geological processes. The use of glacial till as a prospecting medium at Hope Bay has the potential to be highly effective because the till is derived from the erosion of bedrock during glaciation and thus may contain gold grains from any mineralized zones that were in contact with the ice sheet. Any available gold grains would be transported down-ice to form dispersal anomalies, or “trains”, oriented in the direction of ice flow, which at Hope Bay was north-northwest. The generation and identification of the initial five target areas for the 2016 till sampling program was based on a detailed lithological/structural interpretation completed by TMAC on the Hope Bay Belt (Figure 1). This interpretation was based on: 1) the results of the high-resolution CGG HeliFALCON airborne gravity gradiometer (AGG) survey flown over the entire Hope Bay Greenstone Belt (12,676 line kilometres) in 2016; 2) the results of a high-resolution SKYTEM electromagnetic and magnetic survey flown over the Hope Bay Greenstone Belt (12,123 line kilometres) in 2015 and 2016; and, 3) an extensive compilation and interpretation of historical geoscience data including geological mapping and surface outcrop sampling. The glacial till sampling program was designed to evaluate these five prospective regional target areas in the north and central portion of the Hope Bay Greenstone Belt with the objective of identifying gold grain dispersal trains indicative of significant undiscovered mineralization. In total, six gold grain dispersal trains and individual sample anomalies have been identified from the 2016 till sampling program demonstrating the prospectivity for significant gold mineralization outside of known deposits. The gold grain dispersal trains defined from the 2016 till sampling program are being integrated with TMAC’s geological and geophysical data to further refine specific targets to be evaluated as part of TMAC’s 2017 regional exploration program. Till samples weighing approximately 10 kg were collected at approximately 300 metre intervals on lines spaced 500 metre apart and oriented perpendicular to the north-northwest direction of glaciation. To ensure an effective survey, the samples were collected selectively from frost boils in which till of the best quality was exposed. The samples were processed in Ottawa at ODM’s heavy mineral laboratory. The gold grains were extracted, and their dimensions measured and classified as “pristine”, “modified”, or “reshaped” to estimate the distance the gold grains travelled from their potential bedrock source(s). In general, gold grain counts ranged from 0-grains up to 1,196-grains per till sample for the 2016 survey. Based on the analysis of the distribution of gold grains collected in 2016, ODM determined the average background number of gold-grains in a 10 kg till sample for the Hope Bay Greenstone Belt was 12-grains, and the significant anomaly threshold was determined to be 35-grains per 10 kg till sample. The Akunniq exploration target area is located south of Doris Mine and north of the Naartok deposit, at the north end of the Madrid Trend. The geology of the area comprises a sequence of mafic volcanic flows, including high iron-titanium basalt and interbedded volcanoclastic rocks. A series of second- and third-order structures associated with the Hope Bay Deformation Zone (HBDZ) and the Madrid Deformation Zone (MDZ) crosscut stratigraphy at a high-angle as interpreted from the high resolution 2016 airborne gravity survey and based on the extent and orientation of overburden filled valleys (Figure 2). These structures are sub-parallel to, and situated along mafic volcanic lithologies and gravity gradients, analogous to the Naartok deposit. As part of the till sampling grid in the Akunniq area, an orientation survey was completed to test for glacial dispersal of gold-grains north-northwest of the Naartok deposit (Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources of 6.44 million tonnes grading 8.4 g/t gold and containing 1.73 million gold ounces1) in order to evaluate the effectiveness of glacial till sampling as a prospecting tool for gold exploration at Hope Bay. This survey yielded a prominent gold grain dispersal train, approximately one kilometre in width, which extends north-northwest, or down-ice, for more than 4.5 kilometres to the north-western limit of the survey area (Figure 2). The dispersal train also yielded several anomalies nearing or exceeding 1,000 gold grains per sample, an indication that part of the gold may be derived from undiscovered gold zones beneath the train rather than from the Naartok deposit at the head of the train. The high gold in till anomalies may be associated with second order structures similar to, and north of the MDZ, and suggest these structures may host gold mineralization similar to the Naartok Zone. Also notably, three of the till samples collected up-ice (southeast) from Naartok are as anomalous as those in the tail of the Naartok train. This indicates that the area to the south of Naartok and on the south side of the MDZ, an area of limited historical exploration, is also highly prospective for gold mineralization. A second dispersal train in the vicinity of the MDZ was identified east of Patch Lake, 1.5 kilometres east of Naartok, indicating the possible existence of yet another gold zone east of the lake in an area of limited historical exploration. The Qaiqtuq target area is located approximately two (2) kilometres west and northwest of Doris Mine (Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources of 2.30 million tonnes grading 11.8 g/t Au and containing 870,000 Au oz).1 The area is covered predominantly by overburden and is situated along a regional flexure in the stratigraphy that is interpreted to be a potentially favourable structural environment and pathway for gold-bearing fluids in dilation zones, similar to the setting of Doris Mine gold mineralization. In addition, as interpreted from the high resolution 2016 airborne gravity survey, the Qaiqtuq area is located along a steep gravity gradient and is associated with second- and third-order structures within one kilometre of the belt-scale HBDZ. Historical geological mapping in the area identified pervasive iron-carbonate and sericite alteration along high-strain zones developed within high iron-titanium basalts. These have been recognized as a favourable host rock for gold-bearing veins in Doris Mine. Two gold grain dispersal trains were defined two kilometres west and northwest of the Doris Mine. One is approximately one kilometre wide and extends down-ice for more than four kilometres to the north-western limit of the till survey area with gold grain values up to 108 grains per 10 kg sample (Figure 3). This dispersal is coincident with the contact between mafic volcanic rocks and a synvolcanic felsic intrusion that is emplaced along the HBDZ. The presence of synvolcanic intrusions has been recognized as being significant in Archean greenstone gold districts for localizing gold mineralization. The other dispersal train in the Qaiqtuq area is approximately 300 metres wide and extends down-ice for one kilometre with gold grain values up to 158 grains per 10 kg sample. This dispersal is associated with a high iron-titanium basalt which is a primary geological and geochemical control for gold mineralization at the Doris Mine. The Qamaniq target area is 10 kilometres southwest of the Naartok Deposit and 1.5 kilometres west of a significant belt-scale flexure in stratigraphy and a jog in the HBDZ. The geology of the Qamaniq area consists of felsic to intermediate volcanoclastic rocks, with pillowed and variolitic basaltic rocks all intruded by a series of synvolcanic and late-gabbroic intrusions. Two second-order structures are interpreted as splays off, and associated with the belt-scale jog in the HBDZ. The 2016 survey yielded a localized gold-in-till anomaly with total gold grain values from two samples collected 60 metres apart totalling 654 and 605 grains per 10-kg sample, respectively, with over 90% of the grains observed as pristine morphologically suggesting limited glacial transport distance from source. As part of TMAC’s 2017 exploration program, a detailed evaluation of the area immediately up-ice and adjacent to these highly anomalous till samples will be conducted. The TMAC 2016 till sampling program in the Kamik/Pogey area returned, three isolated, highly anomalous gold-grain in till values (1,150, 115, and 64 gold grains per 10 kg sample), although no extensive systematic dispersal trains were defined. Only one till sample from the Init area returned an anomalous 64 gold grains (52 pristine). The till samples were processed at ODM’s heavy mineral laboratory in Ottawa, Ontario using procedures which are designed specifically for extracting gold grains and a suitable analytical fraction from samples of oxidized till collected at surface. Before processing the samples for gold-in-till analyses, a representative 500 g split was removed from each and reserved for geochemical analysis. The remaining bulk sample material was wet-screened at 2.0 mm and a primary -2.0 mm table concentrate prepared. Geological observations on the character of the sample were made during both the screening and tabling operations. Any contained gold grains, which by nature are mostly silt-sized, are separated from the table concentrates by micropanning and are counted, measured and classified as to degree of wear (i.e. a widely accepted proxy for distance of glacial transport). The relative abundances of any sulphides or similar indicator minerals, or of metallic contaminants are also estimated and the expected gold assay value of the contained gold grains is calculated. Till sample duplicates were taken at every thirtieth site for quality control purposes. A representative, approximately 250 g subsample of the reserved 500 g split was dry sieved to produce a -0.063 mm silt + clay fraction of sufficient mass for geochemical analysis. The sieved -0.063 mm fines from the till samples were placed in two containers, a full vial and a plastic bag containing the excess material, and submitted to Activation Laboratories Limited (“Actlabs”) in Ancaster, Ontario for geochemical analysis. The full vial, containing ~25-30 g of fines, was analyzed for a package of 35-elements by the instrumental neutron activation (“INA”) method providing quantitative results for Au and As. A 1 g split of the excess fines was analyzed by inductively coupled plasma/optical emission spectrometry (“ICP/OES”) following aqua regia acid digestion (“AR”) for pathfinder elements commonly associated with gold and base metal deposits. Information of a scientific or technical nature in respect of the Hope Bay Project, other than new information related to Doris mine development, is based upon the technical report for the Hope Bay Project dated May 28, 2015 entitled “Technical Report On The Hope Bay Project, Nunavut, Canada”, which has an effective date of March 31, 2015 (the “Hope Bay Technical Report”), as filed on TMAC’s profile at www.sedar.com. Scientific and technical information related to Doris mine development was prepared by, and all other scientific and technical information contained in this document was reviewed and approved by David King, P.Geo., the Vice President, Exploration and Geoscience of TMAC who is a “qualified person” as defined by National Instrument 43-101 – Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects. TMAC holds a 100% interest in the Hope Bay Project located in Nunavut, Canada. TMAC is a fully financed, emerging gold producer, with the Doris Mine expected to achieve commercial production in the first quarter of 2017. The Company has a board of directors with depth of experience and market credibility and an exploration and development team with an extensive track record of developing high grade, profitable underground mines. This release contains "forward-looking information” within the meaning of applicable securities laws that is intended to be covered by the safe harbours created by those laws. “Forward-looking information” includes statements that use forward-looking terminology such as “may”, “will”, “expect”, “anticipate”, “believe”, “continue”, “potential” or the negative thereof or other variations thereof or comparable terminology. Such forward-looking information includes, without limitation, bringing the Hope Bay Project into production, beginning with the timing of the commissioning of the Processing Plant at Doris by the end of 2016 and that the cash on hand will be sufficient to fully fund the Hope Bay Project to commercial production in early 2017. Forward-looking information is not a guarantee of future performance and is based upon a number of estimates and assumptions of management at the date the statements are made, Furthermore, such forward-looking information involves a variety of known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual plans, intentions, activities, results, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from any future plans, intentions, activities, results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking information. See “Risk Factors” in the Company’s AIF dated February 25, 2016 filed on SEDAR at www.sedar.com for a discussion of these risks. The Company cautions that there can be no assurance that forward-looking information will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such information. Accordingly, investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. 1 For information related to the Hope Bay Project Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves refer to the technical report for the Hope Bay Project dated May 28, 2015 entitled "Technical Report On The Hope Bay Project, Nunavut, Canada", which has an effective date of March 31, 2015 (the "Hope Bay Technical Report"), as filed on TMAC's profile at www.sedar.com.)


News Article | January 12, 2016
Site: phys.org

'Once fully completed, our new tool will be made available to conservation scientists from around the world at an affordable cost (an assay can cost around EUR 0.5 per target), which will facilitate greater knowledge about historical works of art and help international museums, restoration art studios and laboratories to plan the best conservation and preventive strategies,' explains NANOART project coordinator Dr Jesus de la Fuente from the CSIC/University of Zaragoza, Spain. In addition, the sensitiveness of the project's new nanotechnology-based methods means that smaller samples are required to be taken from the artwork for analysis. This in itself will help to better preserve our cultural heritage. In order to characterise ancient paints, experts have often relied on conventional molecular biology methodologies that were developed decades ago. The concept behind the NANOART project was that these techniques could be substituted by more sensitive, inexpensive and faster techniques that take advantage of emerging nanotechnologies. Furthermore, conventional methods – apart from being expensive – are also only available at a few laboratories, and require specialised personnel and equipment. A key objective of the NANOART project has been to address the cost issue by applying techniques developed for clinical diagnosis. In this way, the project is also highly original as it aims to take latest developments in clinical medicine and apply them to the conservation and preservation of cultural heritage. 'The innovative nature of the project is also denoted by the fact that there is currently no method or kit available that can be easily used at point-of-care to analyse paints without requiring expensive equipment and extensive training,' says Ana Claro, research fellow from the INA/University of Zaragoza. 'With the NANOART kit, the final user will be able to conduct an affordable analysis (in some cases at the cost of only a few euros) by simply following the instructions. Within a four-hour period, the results will be available.' The potential opportunities opened up by the new analytical nanotechnology are huge. For example, developed in parallel with the NANOART kit, a spin-off company called NanoImmunotech has been launched in order to develop devices to detect bacterial infection in meat using the same technology as used in NANOART. 'This opens our technology to other applications far from cultural heritage applications,' says de la Fuente. 'However, we would like to continue further developing novel uses of NANOART technology for other applications in cultural heritage, and our next step will be to look for funding to develop an even more user friendly device.' Explore further: Should we 3D print a new Palmyra? More information: For further information please visit the project coordinator website: www.unizar.es/EN


News Article | March 2, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

in the Accessory Drive for the As the only company in the independent aftermarket, Schaeffler is now offering for the first time a repair solution with pulley decoupler for the auxiliary drive. This INA repair solution will initially be offered for BMW vehicles with 1.5-liter and 3-cylinder gasoline engines (like the BMW 3 Series) and should also be available for certain vehicles from Opel and Volvo by the end of the year. For additional vibration damping in the auxiliary drive, Schaeffler's pulley decoupler, which has been in OE mass production since 2013, is now available for the first time as a component of its INA FEAD KITs. "With this, we are the first company on the market to offer garages a suitable repair solution," says Christian Kos, Head of Engine & Chassis, Schaeffler Automotive Aftermarket. "The launch of the pulley decoupler represents a logical further development in our product portfolio for servicing the ever-more complex auxiliary drive." The auxiliary drive long ago developed from a simple belt drive into a complex system. Increasing demands for comfort - like air conditioning, power-assisted steering, or start-stop systems - and vehicle trends like hybridization or downsizing have led to a much higher load on all components of the auxiliary drive. For instance, fewer cylinders, when running at low engine speeds with smaller displacement, cause much higher rotational irregularities and vibrations. The pulley decoupler, with arc springs and integrated torsion vibration damper, not only reduces vibrations and rotational irregularities in the auxiliary drive, it also helps - due to lower frictional losses - to dramatically reduce fuel consumption by up to two percent and CO emissions. The INA FEAD KIT portfolio, with over 200 different repair solutions, has all the components necessary for professional servicing of the complete auxiliary drive system. Every KIT contains poly V-belts, guide and tensioner pulleys, along with all accessory parts required for installation. Depending on vehicle type and use, the KIT can also contain an overrunning alternator pulley (OAP), a torsion vibration damper (TVD), a pulley decoupler or a water pump. The Schaeffler Group is a leading global integrated automotive and industrial supplier. The company stands for the highest quality, outstanding technology, and strong innovative ability. The Schaeffler Group makes a key contribution to "Mobility for tomorrow" with high-precision components and systems in engine, transmission, and chassis applications as well as rolling and plain bearing solutions for a large number of industrial applications. The technology company generated sales of approximately EUR 13.3 billion in 2016. With around 85,000 employees, Schaeffler is one of the world's largest family companies and, with approximately 170 locations in over 50 countries, has a worldwide network of manufacturing locations, research and development facilities, and sales companies. Schaeffler Automotive Aftermarket, based in Langen, Germany, is responsible for the Group's global automotive replacement parts business for the LuK, INA, FAG, and Ruville brands. With a global network of approximately 11,500 distribution partners and more than 50 sales and representative offices, the company is known for its close proximity to customers, intelligent repair solutions, and service competence.


News Article | November 10, 2016
Site: www.newsmaker.com.au

Wiseguyreports.Com Adds “Bearings -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and analysis of Top Key Player Forecast to 2021” To Its Research Database was professional and depth research report on Global Bearing industry. The report firstly introduced Bearing basic information included Bearing definition classification application industry chain structure industry overview; Then introduce North America Europe Asia Rest of World Key players 2009-2014 Bearing Capacity Production Price Cost Gross Production Value Gross Margin etc Data and information. And the report also listed North America Europe Asia Rest of World regional 2009-2014 Bearing consumption and different regions trading business and regional import export and location regions consumption, and also listed global total data. Besides supply and demand side data by regions, the report also introduced different technology product output and different applications consumption (2009-2014). After market data by players by technology by applications by regions, the report also introduced product picture and specifications, different product type selling price, regional average selling price and global average selling price (2009-2014). And also introduced global average cost (2009-2014) and 2014 cost structure. And then, the report also introduced product technology development and market data (production price cost etc) 2014-2020 forecast. In the end, the report introduced China Bearing new project SWOT analysis and Investment feasibility analysis and also give related research conclusions. In a word, it was a depth research report on Global Bearing industry. And most of the report data source from directly interview and industry association or public companies finance reports etc official and reliable data source. And also thanks the support and assistance of related technical experts and marketing engineers during Research Team survey and interviews. Chapter One Bearing Industry Overview 1     1.1 Bearing Definition 1     1.2 Bearing Classification and Application 2     1.3 Bearing Industry Chain Structure 5     1.4 Bearing Industry Overview 6 Chapter Two Global Bearing Market Status Analysis 6     2.1 2009-2014 Bearing Production and Capacity Status 6     2.2 2009-2014 Bearing Sales and Price Market Status 16     2.3 2009-2014 Bearing Supply Demand and Shortage 16     2.4 2009-2014 Bearing Cost Price Production Value Gross Margin 17     2.5 2014 Bearing Industry Segment Market Status 18 Chapter Three Major Regions Bearing Market Status Analysis 18     3.1 Asia Bearing Productions Supply Sales and Price Demand Market Analysis 18       3.1.1 2009-2014 Bearing Production and Capacity Status 18       3.1.2 2009-2014 Bearing Sales and Price Market Status 27       3.1.3 2009-2014 Bearing Supply Demand and Shortage 28       3.1.4 2009-2014 Bearing Cost Price Production Value Gross Margin 28       3.1.5 2014 Bearing Industry Segment Market Status 29       3.1.6 Asia Market Research 30 Chapter Five Bearing Major Manufacturers Analysis 84     5.1 SKF(Sweden) 84       5.1.1 Company Profile 84       5.1.2 Product Introduction 87       5.1.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 87       5.1.4 Contact Information 89     5.2 Schaeffler(INA&FAG)(Germany) 89       5.2.1 Company Profile 89       5.2.2 Product Introduction 92       5.2.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 93       5.2.4 Contact Information 94     5.3 NSK(Japan) 94       5.3.1 Company Profile 95       5.3.2 Product Introduction 96       5.3.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 96       5.3.4 Contact Information 97     5.4 JTEKT(Koyo& Torrington) (Japan) 98       5.4.1 Company Profile 98       5.4.2 Product Introduction 100       5.4.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 100       5.4.4 Contact Information 102     5.5 NTN(Japan) 102       5.5.1 Company Profile 102       5.5.2 Product Introduction 104       5.5.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 104       5.5.4 Contact Information 105     5.6 NMB(Japan) 106       5.6.1 Company Profile 106       5.6.2 Product Introduction 107       5.6.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 107       5.6.4 Contact Information 109     5.7 TIMKEN (United States) 109       5.7.1 Company Profile 109       5.7.2 Product Introduction 110       5.7.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 110       5.7.4 Contact Information 112     5.8 NACHI(Japan) 112       5.8.1 Company Profile 112       5.8.2 Product Introduction 115       5.8.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 116       5.8.4 Contact Information 117     5.9 ZWZ(China) 117       5.9.1 Company Profile 117       5.9.2 Product Introduction 119       5.9.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 119       5.9.4 Contact Information 120     5.10 C&U GROUP(China) 121       5.10.1 Company Profile 121       5.10.2 Product Introduction 122       5.10.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 123       5.10.4 Contact Information 124     5.11 China Wanxiang(China) 124       5.11.1 Company Profile 125       5.11.2 Product Introduction 126       5.11.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 126       5.11.4 Contact Information 128     5.12 LYC(China) 128       5.12.1 Company Profile 128       5.12.2 Product Introduction 129       5.12.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 129       5.12.4 Contact Information 130     5.13 HARBIN Bearing(China) 131       5.13.1 Company Profile 131       5.13.2 Product Introduction 132       5.13.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 133       5.13.4 Contact Information 134     5.14 TMB(China) 134       5.14.1 Company Profile 134       5.14.2 Product Introduction 135       5.14.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 135       5.14.4 Contact Information 137     5.15 ZXY(China) 137       5.15.1 Company Profile 137       5.15.2 Product Introduction 138       5.15.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 138       5.15.4 Contact Information 140     5.16 FUJIAN LONGXI(China) 140       5.16.1 Company Profile 140       5.16.2 Product Introduction 142       5.16.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 142       5.16.4 Contact Information 144     5.17 China Mos Group(China) 144       5.17.1 Company Profile 144       5.17.2 Product Introduction 146       5.17.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 146       5.17.4 Contact Information 148     5.18 Luoyang Bearing(China) 148       5.18.1 Company Profile 148       5.18.2 Product Introduction 149       5.18.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 149       5.18.4 Contact Information 151     5.19 Xibei Bearing(China) 151       5.19.1 Company Profile 151       5.19.2 Product Introduction 152       5.19.3 Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value 152       5.19.4 Contact Information 154


News Article | November 8, 2016
Site: www.newsmaker.com.au

This report studies Bearings in Global market, especially in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India, focuses on top manufacturers in global market, with production, price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer, covering  SKF(Sweden)  Schaeffler(INA&FAG)(Germany)  NSK(Japan)  JTEKT(Koyo& Torrington) (Japan)  NTN(Japan)  NMB(Japan)  TIMKEN (United States)  NACHI(Japan)  ZWZ(China)  C&U GROUP(China)  China Wanxiang(China)  LYC(China)  HARBIN Bearing(China)  TMB(China)  ZXY(China)  FUJIAN LONGXI(China)  China Mos Group(China)  Luoyang Bearing(China)  Xibei Bearing(China) Market Segment by Regions, this report splits Global into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue, market share and growth rate of Bearings in these regions, from 2011 to 2021 (forecast), like  North America  Europe  China  Japan  Southeast Asia  India Split by product type, with production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, can be divided into  Type I  Type II  Type III Split by application, this report focuses on consumption, market share and growth rate of Bearings in each application, can be divided into  Automotive industry  Railway Industry  Wind power industry  Machine tool industry  Other Global Bearings Market Research Report 2016  1 Bearings Market Overview  1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Bearings  1.2 Bearings Segment by Type  1.2.1 Global Production Market Share of Bearings by Type in 2015  1.2.2 Type I  1.2.3 Type II  1.2.4 Type III  1.3 Bearings Segment by Application  1.3.1 Bearings Consumption Market Share by Application in 2015  1.3.2 Automotive industry  1.3.3 Railway Industry  1.3.4 Wind power industry  1.3.5 Machine tool industry  1.3.6 Other  1.4 Bearings Market by Region  1.4.1 North America Status and Prospect (2011-2021)  1.4.2 Europe Status and Prospect (2011-2021)  1.4.3 China Status and Prospect (2011-2021)  1.4.4 Japan Status and Prospect (2011-2021)  1.4.5 Southeast Asia Status and Prospect (2011-2021)  1.4.6 India Status and Prospect (2011-2021)  1.5 Global Market Size (Value) of Bearings (2011-2021) 7 Global Bearings Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis  7.1 SKF(Sweden)  7.1.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.1.2 Bearings Product Type, Application and Specification  7.1.2.1 Type I  7.1.2.2 Type II  7.1.3 SKF(Sweden) Bearings Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.1.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.2 Schaeffler(INA&FAG)(Germany)  7.2.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.2.2 Bearings Product Type, Application and Specification  7.2.2.1 Type I  7.2.2.2 Type II  7.2.3 Schaeffler(INA&FAG)(Germany) Bearings Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.2.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.3 NSK(Japan)  7.3.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.3.2 Bearings Product Type, Application and Specification  7.3.2.1 Type I  7.3.2.2 Type II  7.3.3 NSK(Japan) Bearings Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.3.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.4 JTEKT(Koyo& Torrington) (Japan)  7.4.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.4.2 Bearings Product Type, Application and Specification  7.4.2.1 Type I  7.4.2.2 Type II  7.4.3 JTEKT(Koyo& Torrington) (Japan) Bearings Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016) 7.4.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.5 NTN(Japan)  7.5.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.5.2 Bearings Product Type, Application and Specification  7.5.2.1 Type I  7.5.2.2 Type II  7.5.3 NTN(Japan) Bearings Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.5.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.6 NMB(Japan)  7.6.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.6.2 Bearings Product Type, Application and Specification  7.6.2.1 Type I  7.6.2.2 Type II  7.6.3 NMB(Japan) Bearings Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.6.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.7 TIMKEN (United States)  7.7.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.7.2 Bearings Product Type, Application and Specification  7.7.2.1 Type I  7.7.2.2 Type II  7.7.3 TIMKEN (United States) Bearings Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.7.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.8 NACHI(Japan)  7.8.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.8.2 Bearings Product Type, Application and Specification  7.8.2.1 Type I  7.8.2.2 Type II  7.8.3 NACHI(Japan) Bearings Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.8.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.9 ZWZ(China)  7.9.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.9.2 Bearings Product Type, Application and Specification  7.9.2.1 Type I  7.9.2.2 Type II  7.9.3 ZWZ(China) Bearings Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.9.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.10 C&U GROUP(China)  7.10.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Its Competitors  7.10.2 Bearings Product Type, Application and Specification  7.10.2.1 Type I  7.10.2.2 Type II  7.10.3 C&U GROUP(China) Bearings Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015 and 2016)  7.10.4 Main Business/Business Overview  7.11 China Wanxiang(China)  7.12 LYC(China)  7.13 HARBIN Bearing(China)  7.14 TMB(China)  7.15 ZXY(China)  7.16 FUJIAN LONGXI(China)  7.17 China Mos Group(China)  7.18 Luoyang Bearing(China)  7.19 Xibei Bearing(China)


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Share by Type (2011-2016) 2.2.2 Global Automotive Rocker Arm Shaft Revenue and Market Share by Type (2011-2016) 2.3 Global Automotive Rocker Arm Shaft (Volume and Value) by Regions 2.3.1 Global Automotive Rocker Arm Shaft Sales and Market Share by Regions (2011-2016) 2.3.2 Global Automotive Rocker Arm Shaft Revenue and Market Share by Regions (2011-2016) 2.4 Global Automotive Rocker Arm Shaft (Volume) by Application Figure Picture of Automotive Rocker Arm Shaft Table Classification of Automotive Rocker Arm Shaft Figure Global Sales Market Share of Automotive Rocker Arm Shaft by Type in 2015 Figure Type I Picture Figure Type II Picture Table Applications of Automotive Rocker Arm Shaft Figure Global Sales Market Share of Automotive Rocker Arm Shaft by Application in 2015 Figure Application 1 Examples Figure Application 2 Examples Figure United States Automotive Rocker Arm Shaft Revenue and Growth Rate (2011-2021) Figure China Automotive Rocker Arm Shaft Revenue and Growth Rate 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