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Positive signals for the Italian plastics and rubber machinery industry

Jul 28, 2010:

According to Assocomaplast (the Italian trade association, a Confindustria member, of 160 manufacturers of plastics and rubber machinery, equipment and molds), ISTAT data related to the January-April 2010 period confirm the recovery of the sector, including import-export results, after the serious crisis that hit the industry throughout 2009 and well beyond.

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Stefania Arioli, Assocomaplast

Toyota crisis creates new opportunities

Jul 20, 2010:

The engineering, quality and subsequent public relations challenges experienced by Toyota in the early part of 2010 are similar to those experienced by many organizations with high-profile brands and associated high levels of customer expectation. When something goes publicly wrong, the high expectations we hold for the marquee brand in question represent a branding form of potential energy. This potential energy very quickly becomes kinetic energy when coupled with the catalysts of media scrutiny, consumer disappointment and absence of the simple explanation and fix consumers require in 2010.

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David Drew and Michael Saletta, Kepner Tregoe

Feel the noise

Jul 20, 2010:

There's no question about it, electric cars will soon be with us and will grow in number as oil runs out, but the issue taxing engineers and lawmakers is what about the noise - or rather the lack of it.

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Dr Sae Hoon Kim, Hyundai and Kia Eco Tech Research Institute

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