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Global Oil to See “Biggest Change” in History

On Jan. 1, 2020, the oil industry will see what analysts are calling the most significant change in the oil market in its history: new emission standards. The standards come from the International Maritime Organization and are aimed at the tens of thousands of ships that transport the world’s supplies. MORE

Distribution to Slow Down in 2019’s Second Half

After a strong year of revenue growth for distributors in 2018, Modern Distribution Management (MDM) forecasts a downshift in the second half of 2019 as well as for the year overall. Meanwhile, for 2020, predicted trends vary for the 19 wholesale distribution sectors covered in MDM’s report. MORE

VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

Crane Co. Will Not Extend its Offer to Acquire CIRCOR MORE

Emerson Buys Zedi Software and Automation Businesses MORE

Flowserve Names Kirk Wilson President of Flow Control Division MORE

Victaulic Acquires Globe Fire Sprinkler MORE

Metso Flow Control Separating, Renamed Neles MORE

Drillmax Joins VMA MORE


 
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Chemical Activity Barometer Flat in June MORE

U.S. Oil Output Hits New High MORE

Nuclear Power Industry Heading Toward Smaller, Cheaper Designs MORE

Oil and Gas Activity Flat, Outlook Turns Negative MORE

U.S. Specialty Chemical Market Remains Soft MORE


VALVE MAGAZINE

In Spring 2019:

Valve Basics New Format Offers Options

Because VMA and those who run the popular Valve Basics Seminar & Exhibits have learned that “basics” involves different levels of information for different people, program planners have designed a new format. Participants now can sign up for Valves 101, Valves 201 or both options during the three-day event, Nov. 12-14 in Houston. MORE
 

Coming in Summer 2019: 

The Future of After-Sales Service

With an aging workforce and a generation that believes industrial work is undesirable, companies need to add value to what they offer to stay competitive. In maintenance and repair, that means offering innovative new ways to provide customers savings through technologies and product knowledge.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

Small Business Optimism Reverses Last Month’s Gain MORE

Machine Tool Orders Post Modest Gains in May MORE

Global Manufacturing PMI Falls Below October 2012 Level MORE

South Carolina Manufacturing Center Features Mechatronics Program MORE

U.S. Added 224,000 Jobs in June MORE

 


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