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3 Advantages Of Buying An Adjustable Speed Drives

September 19, 2014 | Author: Jamie | Posted in Business, Economics, Small Biz / Entrepreneurship

3 Advantages Of Buying An Adjustable Speed Drives Adjustable speed drives are equipment that are used to control the speed of machinery. Industrial processes operate at different speeds for a different variety of products. They are used when the process demands the adjustment of flow from a pump or fan. Different speeds can be selected …

Do you know that Porsche out-sold Hyundai & Mazda? More surprises? Read on..

The new car sales figures in Singapore for January 2011 has been released. Toyota (despite its many hoo-haas) hung on to top spot in the face of strong sales by the European makers. I personally drive a Toyota and have been pretty satisfied with the machine. In my 4 over years of driving Toyota, the …

What is McDonald doing to curb growing costs? Price Increase!

LOS ANGELES – MCDONALD’S Corp plans to raise prices this year to help offset an expected rise in its grocery bill for the 10 commodities that account for around 75 per cent of its food preparation costs. Food prices are rising around the globe and the comments from the world’s biggest restaurant chain overshadowed weaker-than-expected …

What is the Toyota sales volume for 2010?

TOKYO – TOYOTA sold 8.42 million vehicles globally in 2010, remaining the world’s top automaker for the third year straight despite recall woes in the key North American market. General Motors also released a new tally Monday for its global 2010 sales, at 8.39 million vehicles, slightly fewer than Toyota’s number. Toyota’s global sales, including …

What is the COE trend?

CERTIFICATE of Entitlement (COE) premiums for big cars have continued their downward slide after there were 13-year highs in December 2010′s final round of bidding. The COE premium for cars above 1,600cc ended at $58,910 – a drop of $10,090 or 14.6 per cent. For Open COEs, which can be used for any vehicle type …

What is Lee Kuan Yew’s view on Fertility and New Immigrants?

THE fertility rate for Singapore Chinese – already the lowest among all races here – slid to 1.02 last year from 1.08 in 2009, Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew disclosed on Tuesday night. Singapore thus needs to remain open to new immigrants, and groups like the clan associations have an important role to play in …

Bing annoys MSN partners

Global – Microsoft’s devotion to Bing is straining some of its MSN partner relationships and has even cost the company some cash. The portal’s sales staff has been irked for some time by Microsoft posting myriad links to Bing on the home page rather than to MSN properties, the New York Post reported. And more …

Groupon continues global expansion

Global – Collective buying site Groupon has continued its rapid growth around the world via acquisition, extending its reach across India, the Middle East and South Africa. Groupon has launched Groupon India, Groupon Israel and Groupon South Africa by acquiring local daily deal sites Sosasta, Grouper and Twangoo respectively. All three sites will transit to …

Economists say drop in foreigners may lead to labour shortage

SINGAPORE : Observers said the drop in the number of permanent residencies granted last year reflected a change in the type of immigrants the government is trying to attract. They said the move also needs to be seen against the backdrop of recent policies aimed at tightening the inflow of foreign workers, such as raising …

What is the country that pays the highest bonuses?

Singapore – Bonuses for Singaporeans this year are set to be the highest in Asia for 2011. According to a recent poll by human resources consultancy firm HR Business Solutions (HRBS), bonuses for Singaporeans this year are set to be 17% of the annual base pay. That works out to be about two months’ salary, …

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