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    The rules that govern recreational marine fishing in the U.S. will get an overhaul due to a new law passed by Congress.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
      Reported by Delawareonline 15 hours ago.

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    French President Emmanuel Macron penned a letter calling on citizens to turn "anger into solutions." Far-right politician Marine Le Pen accused Macron of "blindness" in his handling of the "yellow vest" rallies. Reported by Deutsche Welle 11 hours ago.

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    French far-right leader Marine Le Pen launched her campaign for the May 26 European Parliament election on Sunday with an appeal to the broad "yellow vest" protest movement that has rattled the government. Reported by Reuters India 10 hours ago.

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    HENGELO, Netherlands, Jan. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dutch energy storage and battery company Lithium Werks B.V. (www.lithiumwerks.com) has appointed T. Joseph (Joe) Fisher III as chairman of the board.Fisher, who has been the company’s chief executive since he co-founded the company in 2017, is a 30-year veteran in the battery industry.

    He will now also step into the role as chairman of Lithium Werks, while Kees Koolen will focus on the development of a separate battery company. Koolen remains a shareholder and supporter of Lithium Werks, and the two companies will continue to cooperate closely going forward.

    “We are committed to playing a leading role in society’s energy transition to renewables such as solar and wind and our strategy remains unchanged,” Fisher said.

    “We anticipate particularly strong growth in Europe, where battery demand appears to be insatiable. There is growing awareness amongst policymakers, companies and civilians that we will need batteries to ensure the lights don’t go out when there is no wind and the sun isn’t shining. As a European battery company, we are competitively positioned to deliver what our fast-growing customer base requires."

    “As energy storage is an essential part of the energy transition, in Europe and across the world, we expect demand for lithium-ion batteries to grow tenfold over the next decade alone. Our industry must step up to the challenge and construct enough factories to deliver capacity in thousands of GWh over the next three decades.” said Fisher.

    “Our expertise in safe, reliable, clean and sustainable energy storage solutions engendered dramatic growth in 2018. As we enter 2019, we expect to expand further in response to soaring demand through both organic growth and further acquisitions, including our future factory plans in China with our local partners.”

    Lithium Werks, which already has three smaller battery facilities in China and has operations across three continents, plans to build multiple giga factories. The factories and related facilities will produce battery cells and systems for lithium-ion batteries to be used for energy storage and smart grids, as well as for large transportation equipment and industrial applications.

    *About Lithium Werks*
    Lithium Werks is a fast-growing global lithium-ion battery company, headquartered in Hengelo, the Netherlands, with production facilities in China and offices and warehousing facilities in the Netherlands, the US, the UK and Norway. Lithium Werks provides cells, modules and energy management systems to industrial, transportation, marine and clean energy storage markets.

    CONTACT: Media Relations 
    LWmarketing@lithiumwerks.com
    +44 (0)28 9084 5411

    Investor Relations
    Investor.Relations@lithiumwerks.com Reported by GlobeNewswire 6 hours ago.

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    French far-right leader Marine Le Pen launched her campaign for the May 26 European Parliament election on Sunday (13 January) with an appeal to the broad "yellow vest" protest movement that has rattled the government. Reported by EurActiv 6 hours ago.

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    Canada's Department of Fisheries and Oceans appears ready to allow lobster fishing inside the proposed Eastern Shore Islands marine protected area. Reported by CBC.ca 1 hour ago.

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    Dublin, Jan. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Model Based Enterprise Market by Offering (Solutions, Services), Deployment Type (On-Premise, Cloud), Industry (Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Construction, Retail, Power & Energy, Food & Beverages) and Geography - Global Forecast to 2023" report has been added to *ResearchAndMarkets.com's* offering.The overall model based enterprise market is expected to grow from USD 8.1 billion in 2018 to USD 21.3 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 21.17%.Wide-ranging applications of digital technologies in design and manufacturing, evolving software capabilities, and rising adoption of IoT and cloud-based platforms are among a few factors that drive the growth of the said market. The growing prospects of digitization in the aerospace & defense industry and the emerging concept of digital twin and digital thread technologies are the key opportunities in the model based enterprise market. However, the slow transition from the on-premise to cloud-based platform is the major restraining factor for the market growth.

    *Market for model based enterprise services expected to grow at higher rate during forecast period*

    The market for services is expected to grow at a higher rate than that of the solutions during the forecast period owing to the rising demand for services by end users for the effective working of any software solution,Moreover, services are necessary to increase the efficiency of the entire process in product manufacturing. The demand for management services is increasing as these services help varieties of companies to achieve easy access for model-based enterprise solutions globally.

    *On-premise model based enterprise solutions to account for major share of model based enterprise market during forecast period*

    The use of an on-premise platform for MBE solutions is the traditional approach. One of the major reasons companies are still adopting this approach is enhanced control over data and enterprise systems as it is physically stored at the server of the enterprise. The on-premise deployment type allows organizations to control their systems and data completely but incurs significant cost on hardware, software, and resources utilized for maintenance. Moreover, the core functionality of on-premise software is restricted and can be used by and customized for one company.

    *North America to hold largest size of model based enterprise market during forecast period*

    North America is a major region responsible for the growth of the model based enterprise market. The US has the presence of many manufacturers, software developers, and technology providers that play a vital role in the adoption of MBE for various applications. General Electric, ANSYS, and PTC are among a few players who offer MBE solutions and services in the US. These players have started offering MBE solutions that form a core part of the digital transformation of various industries. Manufacturers and organizations in this region have a strong focus on the digital transformation of their design operations, especially in terms of completely 3D designs.*Key Topics Covered:**1 Introduction*

    *2 Research Methodology*

    *3 Executive Summary*

    *4 Premium Insights*
    4.1 Attractive Opportunities in Model Based Enterprise Market
    4.2 Market, By Deployment Type, 2018-2023
    4.3 Model Based Enterprise Market in North America, By Industry and Country, 2018
    4.4 Market, By Industry, 2018-2023
    4.5 Model Based Enterprise Market, By Region, 2018-2023

    *5 Market Overview*
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Market Dynamics
    5.2.1 Drivers
    5.2.1.1 Wide-Ranging Applications of Digital Technologies in Design and Manufacturing
    5.2.1.2 Evolving Software Capabilities
    5.2.1.3 Rising Adoption of IoT and Cloud-Based Platforms
    5.2.2 Restraints
    5.2.2.1 Slow Transition From On-Premise to Cloud-Based Platform
    5.2.3 Opportunities
    5.2.3.1 Growing Prospects of Digitization in Aerospace & Defense Industry
    5.2.3.2 Emerging Concept of Digital Twin and Digital Thread Technologies
    5.2.4 Challenges
    5.2.4.1 Lack of Awareness Regarding Newer Technologies
    5.2.4.2 Less Assured Security While Using MBE on Online Platform

    *6 Industry Trends*
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Value Chain Analysis
    6.3 Evolution

    *7 Model Based Enterprise Market, By Offering*
    7.1 Introduction
    7.2 Solutions
    7.2.1 Solutions Expected to Hold Larger Size of Model Based Enterprise Market in 2018
    7.3 Services
    7.3.1 Professional Services
    7.3.1.1 Consulting and Integration Services
    7.3.1.1.1 Consulting and Integration Services Offer High-Performance Systems That Enable Efficient Processes, Intelligent Networks, and Cross-Area Optimization
    7.3.1.2 Training, Support, and Maintenance Services
    7.3.1.2.1 Training, Support, and Maintenance Services Focus on Seamless Maintenance and Transformation of Business-Critical Applications
    7.3.2 Managed Services
    7.3.2.1 Managed Services Typically Works on A Proactive Basis and Under A Subscription Model

    *8 Model Based Enterprise Market, By Deployment Type*
    8.1 Introduction
    8.2 On-Premise
    8.2.1 On-Premise MBE Software Solutions Expected to Continue to Hold Larger Market Size During Forecast Period
    8.3 Cloud
    8.3.1 Cloud-Based MBE Solutions Require No Upfront Investment, Thereby Eliminating Recurrent Costs

    *9 Model Based Enterprise Market, By Industry*
    9.1 Introduction
    9.2 Aerospace & Defense
    9.2.1 MBE Helps Aerospace and Defense Companies to Rapidly Identify Design Constraints, Process Capabilities, and Manufacturing Limitations
    9.3 Automotive
    9.3.1 Competitive Pressure and Need for Rapid Innovation Lead to High Adoption of MBE in Automotive Industry
    9.4 Construction
    9.4.1 Construction Industry Adopts Model Based Enterprise to Optimize Building Life Cycle
    9.5 Retail
    9.5.1 Model Based Enterprise Solution Helps Retail Industry to Save Time, Cut Costs, and Improve Supply Chain Management
    9.6 Power & Energy
    9.6.1 Technological Innovation and Need for Producing Sustainable Solutions Boost Demand for Model Based Enterprise in Power & Energy Industry
    9.7 Food & Beverages
    9.7.1 Stringent Government Regulations With Respect to Food and Beverage Production Surge Demand for Model Based Enterprise Solutions
    9.8 Life Sciences and Healthcare
    9.8.1 Innovative Approach of Model Based Enterprise Enables Transformation of Life Sciences and Healthcare Industry
    9.9 Marine
    9.9.1 Marine Industry Demands Model Based Enterprise to Gain Paperless Environment in Shipbuilding
    9.10 Oil & Gas
    9.10.1 Rapid Adoption of Digital Technologies in Oil & Gas Industry Drives Model Based Enterprise Market Growth
    9.11 Electronics and Telecommunications
    9.11.1 Increased Use of 3D Modelling Tools, PLM, and Other Software Tools in Electronics and Telecommunications Industry Boost Market Growth
    9.12 Process and Utility
    9.12.1 Critical Need to Manage Sensitive Data and Dearth of Skilled Resources Drive Adoption of Model Based Enterprise in Process and Utility Industry
    9.13 Others
    9.13.1 Application of Design and Manufacturing Software to Refurbish and Upgrade Transportation Systems and Heavy Machinery Drive Model Based Enterprise Market Growth

    *10 Geographic Analysis*

    *11 Competitive Landscape*
    11.1 Overview
    11.2 Ranking Analysis of Model Based Enterprise Market Players
    11.3 Competitive Situations and Trends
    11.3.1 Product Launches
    11.3.2 Collaborations, Partnerships, and Expansions
    11.3.3 Acquisitions

    *12 Company Profiles*
    12.1 Introduction
    12.2 Key Players
    12.2.1 Siemens
    12.2.2 General Electric
    12.2.3 PTC
    12.2.4 Dassault Systmes
    12.2.5 SAP
    12.2.6 Autodesk
    12.2.7 HCL Technologies
    12.2.8 Oracle
    12.2.9 Aras
    12.2.10 Anark
    12.3 Other Prominent Players
    12.3.1 Accenture
    12.3.2 Cisco Systems
    12.3.3 Infor
    12.3.4 Ansys
    12.3.5 International TechnegroupFor more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wd9p98/21_3_bn_model?w=12

    Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research.

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    Related Topics: CAD, CAM and CAE Software Reported by GlobeNewswire 3 hours ago.

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    The Marine Technology Society (MTS), the premier forum for the exchange of information and ideas in marine science and technology for academia, government, and industry, welcomes Dr. Richard W. (Rick) Spinrad as its new President this January. Dr. Spinrad succeeds Donna Kocak of Harris Corporation, who served as President from 2017-2018. Captain Zdenka Willis (USN, Ret) was also announced as the President-Elect.

    WASHINGTON (PRWEB) January 14, 2019

    The Marine Technology Society (MTS), the premier forum for the exchange of information and ideas in marine science and technology for academia, government, and industry, welcomes Dr. Richard W. (Rick) Spinrad as its new President this January. Dr. Spinrad succeeds Donna Kocak of Harris Corporation, who served as President from 2017-2018. Captain Zdenka Willis (USN, Ret) was also announced as the President-Elect.

    An internationally recognized scientist and executive with more than 30 years of experience, Dr. Spinrad has served as the Chief Scientist for NOAA under the Obama administration, and previously as the Vice President for research at Oregon State University (OSU) in Corvallis, Oregon, and from 2005 until 2010, as the head of NOAA’s Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research and the head of the National Ocean Service.

    Dr. Spinrad has extensive experience in environmental research, management, and teaching. He was a leader in the development of the nation’s first-ever ocean research priorities and established the U.S. Navy’s environmental research strategy. He has directed federal research programs and served on the faculty of three major universities. He has been published in pre-eminent peer-reviewed journals and awarded highest honors from three international professional societies.

    Dr. Spinrad began his career as a research scientist at the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in Maine, where he worked on underwater optics and radiative transfer. From there, he went on to serve as President of Sea Tech, Inc. in Corvallis, Oregon (1986-1987) and then joined the Office of Naval Research (ONR) as a program manager (1987-1988).

    From 1988 to 1993, Dr. Spinrad served as the director of the ocean biology, optics, and chemistry division (1988-1993) and the director of the ocean, atmosphere and space modeling and prediction division (1993-1994), both at ONR. During this time, he also served as an adjunct professor in oceanography at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia (1994-1997).

    Dr. Spinrad also has experience in the non-profit sector having served as executive director for research and education at the Consortium for Oceanographic Research and Education, Inc. (CORE) in Washington, D.C. (1994-1999, with then-President ADM James D. Watkins). While at CORE, Dr. Spinrad supervised research studies of midshipmen as an adjunct associate professor at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. (1996-1999).

    As technical director for the Oceanographer of the United States Navy (1999-2003), Dr. Spinrad served as the senior civilian advisor to the U.S. Navy on operational oceanographic and meteorological research and operations. He also established the priorities for the U.S. Navy investment in application of oceanographic products to fleet operations.

    During his first tenure at NOAA, Dr. Spinrad served as the head of NOAA’s National Ocean Service (2003-2005) and Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (2005-2010). During this time, he successfully negotiated the United States’ position in establishing a global tsunami warning system, co-led the development of the White House Ocean Research Priorities Plan, and established agency-wide policies for scientific integrity and independence, among other accomplishments.

    While serving as vice president for research at OSU, Dr. Spinrad oversaw a nearly $300-million-sponsored research program in the full spectrum of life, natural, physical, and social sciences for 12 colleges and 18 center and institutes. He developed the infrastructure for engaging industry, which resulted in a 42-percent increase in commercially-sponsored research over two years.

    Dr. Spinrad received his B.A. in earth and planetary sciences from The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. both in oceanography from Oregon State University. He holds a Chartered Marine Scientist certificate from the Institute of Marine Engineering Science and Technology in London, England.

    He is the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions including: the Presidential Meritorious Rank Award (2003), the Distinguished Civilian Service Award from the U.S. Navy (2003), the Presidential Distinguished Rank Award (2009), and the Alumni Fellow Award from Oregon State University (2010).

    He is affiliated with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Meteorological Society, the American Geophysical Union, The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, The Oceanography Society, the Marine Technology Society, and others. His research has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals.

    **
    The Marine Technology Society was incorporated in June 1963 to give members of academia, government and industry a common forum for the exchange of information and ideas. Our mission is to: facilitate a broader understanding of the relevance of marine technology to wider global issues by enhancing the dissemination of marine technology information; promote and improve marine technology and related educational programs; advance the development of the tools and procedures required to explore, study and further the responsible and sustainable use of the oceans. To learn more, visit http://www.mtsociety.org.

    Press inquiries please contact MTS at (202) 827-7170 or by email at Kathleen.Herndon@mtsociety.org. Reported by PRWeb 1 hour ago.

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    TULSA, Okla., Jan. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SemGroup^® Corporation (NYSE:SEMG) is scheduled to participate in the UBS Midstream, MLP & Utilities Conference in Park City, Utah on Tuesday, January 15 and Wednesday, January 16.

    SemGroup President and Chief Executive Officer Carlin Conner, Chief Financial Officer Bob Fitzgerald and SemCAMS Midstream ULC President Dave Gosse will participate in one-on-one meetings with members of the investment community. The presentation materials will be accessible the day of the event in the investor relations section of the SemGroup website at www.semgroup.com.
       
    *About SemGroup** *
    SemGroup^® Corporation (NYSE:SEMG) moves energy across North America through a network of pipelines, processing plants, refinery-connected storage facilities and deep-water marine terminals with import and export capabilities. SemGroup serves as a versatile connection between upstream oil and gas producers and downstream refiners and end users. Key areas of operation and growth include western Canada, the Mid-Continent and the Gulf Coast. SemGroup is committed to safe, environmentally sound operations. Headquartered in Tulsa, Okla., the company has additional offices in Calgary, Alberta; Denver, Colo.; and Houston, Texas.

    SemGroup uses its Investor Relations website and social media outlets as channels of distribution of material company information. Such information is routinely posted and accessible on our Investor Relations website at www.semgroup.com, our Twitter account and LinkedIn account.

    Investor Relations:
    Alisa Perkins
    918-524-8081
    investor.relations@semgroup.com

    Media:
    Tom Droege
    918-524-8560
    tdroege@semgroup.com Reported by GlobeNewswire 1 hour ago.

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    *Delta House Valuation Now Higher Due to Recent BP Thunder Horse Discovery*

    *Estimates Full Value of AMID of at Least $9.00 per Common Unit*

    HOUSTON, Jan. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --  Craig W. Thomas, a concerned unitholder of American Midstream Partners, LP (“AMID”), encourages the independent directors of AMID (Mr. Peter A. Fassulo, Mr. Donald R. Kendall Jr., and Mr. Gerald A. Tywoniuk) to explore possible claims for the breach in any representations and warranties made by ArcLight Capital Partners, LLC and its affiliates (“ArcLight”) in ArcLight’s sale of its 15.5% stake to AMID in Delta House in September 2017 and JP Energy Partners, LP in March of 2017.

    ArcLight sold a 15.5% stake in Delta House to AMID for $125.4 million that within days or weeks of the September 29, 2017 closing saw volumes plummet from 120,000 barrels per day to 60,000 barrels per day on average (page 10 of AMID’s presentation at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Leveraged Finance Conference (“BOFA Conference”) in December 2018).  ArcLight subsequently signed a “Capital Contribution Agreement” in March 2018 to cover the shortfalls from Delta House even though AMID indicated that the volume shortfall was the result of third-party upstream infrastructure that required remediation.  Given this odd fact pattern, Mr. Thomas encourages AMID’s independent directors to review every past related-party transaction with ArcLight for potential breaches in representations and warranties, including the JP Energy Partners, LP deal, as the independents should have legal and financial advisors at their disposal.

    In addition, Mr. Thomas points the independent directors’ attention to British Petroleum’s (“BP”) January 8, 2019 press release entitled, “BP plans for significant growth in deepwater Gulf of Mexico”.  In the press release, BP stated, “Recent BP breakthrough in seismic imaging identifies 1 billion barrels of additional oil in place at Thunder Horse field.”  According to AMID’s presentation at the BOFA Conference (page 9), Thunder Horse currently accounts for approximately 175,000 Mcf/day in gathered volumes which likely makes the field the most prolific play in AMID’s offshore assets.

    Mr. Thomas believes that if BP’s new discovery is in AMID’s Delta House or Okeanos catchment area, then the value of AMID’s offshore assets has risen as the useful life of the assets has been extended by BP’s discovery.  Mr. Thomas believes that any valuation offered by ArcLight for Delta House prior to this announcement is no longer valid as the net present value of these assets is higher after BP’s announcement than it was when ArcLight made its last offer on January 3, 2019.

    Mr. Thomas encourages the independent directors to use pro-forma EBITDA for Delta House assuming 135,000 barrels per day in throughput in any assessment of value.  On its Q3 2018 earnings call, AMID indicated that Delta House volumes could achieve nameplate capacity of 135,000 barrels per day (versus 120,000 barrels assumed in the BOFA Conference presentation). Mr. Thomas encourages the independent directors and its financial advisors to assume Delta House operating at peak operating capacity in any negotiation on unit price with ArcLight (note that earnings from unconsolidated affiliates increased by $14.2 million in Q3 2018 from Q2 2018 as Delta House recovered from approximately 40,000 barrels to approximately 90,000 barrels per day and “Distributions from Unconsolidated Affiliates” should begin climbing soon). 

    Mr. Thomas believes that achieving pro-forma leverage below 5x is possible in short order and that resuming a distribution will dramatically increase the common unit price. In the BOFA Conference presentation, AMID indicated it received a “Blended multiple of Marine and Refined Products divestitures approximately 10-12 times” (page 17) which is deleveraging and higher than ArcLight’s proposed valuation.  Through AMID’s program of planned divestitures of $350-$400 million, AMID has “Clear sight on target leverage ratio near 4.0 times” (page 4 BOFA Conference presentation).  Mr. Thomas believes that AMID therefore has “clear sight” on resuming the distribution, selling assets at 10-12x, and a much higher unit price exiting 2019.

    Mr. Thomas concluded, “I see value of at least $9.00 per share assuming $180 million in 2019 EBITDA that includes higher Delta House EBITDA, higher value for Delta House due to BP’s discovery, the harvesting of additional EBITDA from the $85 million in growth capital expenditures completed in 2018, and the option in the 25% stake in Enterprise’s Pascagoula gas plant. My estimate appears conservative as AMID projected $246 million in 2019 EBITDA as recently as February 12, 2018 in Form S-4/A which equates to $215 million in EBITDA after adjusting for the two asset sales at 11x EBITDA.”

    Mr. Thomas is a professional investor with more than 15 years of investing experience, including as a portfolio manager and a Director of Research at S.A.C. Capital Advisors and an analyst at Goff Moore Strategic Partners and Rainwater, Inc. He is currently the co-founder of Shareholder Advocates for Value Enhancement (S.A.V.E.) and manages various investment partnerships.

    Contact:  Craig W. Thomas, craig@savepartners.com Reported by GlobeNewswire 55 minutes ago.

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    Dublin, Jan. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "The Global Market for Nanocoatings to 2030" report has been added to *ResearchAndMarkets.com's* offering.The incorporation of nanomaterials into thin films, coatings and surfaces leads to new functionalities, completely innovative characteristics and the possibility to achieve multi-functional coatings and smart coatings. The use of nanomaterials also results in performance enhancements in wear, corrosion-wear, fatigue and corrosion resistant coatings. Nanocoatings demonstrate significant enhancement in outdoor durability and vastly improved hardness and flexibility compared to traditional coatings.

    Recent advances in scalable nanocoatings production are leading to mass produced commercial applications in consumer electronics (waterproofing), wearables (moisture protection), solar cells (self-cleaning), construction (exterior protection and light filtering) and automotive (anti-corrosion). All the latest industry innovations to January 2018 are covered in this report.

    *Nanocoatings covered include:*

    · Anti-fingerprint nanocoatings
    · Anti-microbial nanocoatings
    · Anti-corrosion nanocoatings
    · Abrasion & wear-resistant nanocoatings
    · Barrier nanocoatings
    · Smart nanocoatings
    · Anti-fouling and easy-to-clean nanocoatings
    · Self-cleaning nanocoatings
    · Photocatalytic nanocoatings
    · UV-Resistant nanocoatings
    · Thermal barrier nanocoatings
    · Flame retardant nanocoatings
    · Anti-icing & deicing nanocoatings
    · Anti-reflective nanocoatings
    · Anti-glare nanocoatings
    · Self-healing nanocoatings
    · Multi-functional nanocoatings

    *Report contents include:*

    · Size in value for the nanocoatings market, and growth rate during the forecast period, 2017-2030. Historical figures are also provided, from 2010
    · Size in value for the End-user industries for nanocoatings and growth during the forecast period
    · Market drivers, trends and challenges, by end user markets
    · The regional markets for nanocoatings
    · Market outlook for 2018
    · In-depth market assessment of opportunities for nanocoatings, by type and markets
    · The latest trends in nanostructured surface treatments and coatings
    · Benefits of nanocoatings, by markets and applications
    · Addressable markets for nanocoatings, by nanocoatings type and industry
    · Estimated market revenues for nanocoatings to 2030, by nanocoatings type and end user markets
    · Activities of nanocoatings companies including industry collaborations and agreements in 2018
    · Functional and smart nanocoatings applications
    · 360 company profiles including products and target markets

    *Key Topics Covered:**1 Introduction*
    1.1 Aims and objectives of the study
    1.2 Market definition
    1.2.1 Properties of nanomaterials
    1.2.2 Categorization

    *2 Research Methodology*

    *3 Executive Summary*
    3.1 High performance coatings
    3.2 Nanocoatings
    3.3 Market drivers and trends
    3.4 Global market size and opportunity to 2030
    3.4.1 End user market for nanocoatings
    3.4.2 Global revenues for nanocoatings 2010-2030
    3.4.3 Global revenues for nanocoatings, by market
    3.4.3.1 The market in 2017
    3.4.3.2 The market in 2018
    3.4.3.3 The market in 2030
    3.4.4 Global revenues by nanocoatings, by type
    3.4.5 Regional demand for nanocoatings
    3.5 Market and technical challenges

    *4 Nanocoatings Technical Analysis*
    4.1 Properties of nanocoatings
    4.2 Benefits of using nanocoatings
    4.2.1 Types of nanocoatings
    4.3 Production and synthesis methods
    4.3.1 Film coatings techniques analysis
    4.3.2 Superhydrophobic coatings on substrates
    4.3.3 Electrospray and electrospinning
    4.3.4 Chemical and electrochemical deposition
    4.3.4.1 Chemical vapor deposition (CVD)
    4.3.4.2 Physical vapor deposition (PVD)
    4.3.4.3 Atomic layer deposition (ALD)
    4.3.4.4 Aerosol coating
    4.3.4.5 Layer-by-layer Self-assembly (LBL)
    4.3.4.6 Sol-gel process
    4.3.4.7 Etching
    4.4 Hydrophobic coatings and surfaces
    4.4.1 Hydrophilic coatings
    4.4.2 Hydrophobic coatings
    4.4.2.1 Properties
    4.5 Superhydrophobic coatings and surfaces
    4.5.1 Properties
    4.5.2 Durability issues
    4.5.3 Nanocellulose
    4.6 Oleophobic and omniphobic coatings and surfaces
    4.6.1 SLIPS
    4.6.2 Covalent bonding
    4.6.3 Step-growth graft polymerization
    4.6.4 Applications

    *5 Nanomaterials Used In Nanocoatings*
    5.1 Graphene
    5.1.1 Properties and coatings applications
    5.1.1.1 Anti-corrosion coatings
    5.1.1.2 Anti-microbial
    5.1.1.3 Anti-icing
    5.1.1.4 Barrier coatings
    5.1.1.5 Heat protection
    5.1.1.6 Smart windows
    5.2 Carbon Nanotubes
    5.2.1 Properties and applications
    5.2.1.1 Conductive films and coatings
    5.2.1.2 EMI shielding
    5.2.1.3 Anti-fouling
    5.2.1.4 Flame retardant
    5.3 Silicon Dioxide/Silica Nanoparticles
    5.3.1 Properties and applications
    5.3.1.1 Easy-clean and dirt repellent
    5.3.1.2 Anti-fogging
    5.3.1.3 Scratch and wear resistance
    5.3.1.4 Anti-reflection
    5.4 Nanosilver
    5.4.1 Properties and applications
    5.4.1.1 Anti-bacterial
    5.4.1.2 Anti-reflection
    5.5 Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles
    5.5.1 Properties and applications
    5.5.1.1 Exterior and construction glass coatings
    5.5.1.2 Outdoor air pollution
    5.5.1.3 Interior coatings
    5.5.1.4 Improving indoor air quality
    5.5.1.5 Medical facilities
    5.5.1.6 Waste Water Treatment
    5.5.1.7 UV protection coatings
    5.6 Aluminium Oxide Nanoparticles
    5.6.1 Properties and applications
    5.6.1.1 Scratch and wear resistant
    5.7 Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles
    5.7.1 Properties and applications
    5.7.1.1 UV protection
    5.7.1.2 Anti-bacterial
    5.8 Dendrimers
    5.8.1 Properties and applications
    5.9 Nanocelulose
    5.9.1 Properties and applications
    5.9.2 Cellulose nanofibers (CNF)
    5.9.2.1 Applications
    5.9.3 NanoCrystalline Cellulose (NCC)
    5.9.3.1 Properties
    5.9.4 Bacterial Cellulose (BCC)
    5.9.4.1 Applications
    5.9.5 Abrasion and scratch resistance
    5.9.6 UV-resistant
    5.9.7 Superhydrophobic coatings
    5.9.8 Gas barriers
    5.9.9 Anti-bacterial
    5.10 NANOCLAYS
    5.10.1 Properties and applications
    5.10.1.1 Barrier films

    *6 Nanocoatings Market Structure*

    *7 Market Segment Analysis, By Nanocoatings Type*
    7.1 Anti-Fingerprint Nanocoatings
    7.1.1 Market drivers and trends
    7.1.2 Benefits of anti-fingerprint nanocoatings
    7.1.2.1 Spray-on anti-fingerprint coating
    7.1.5 Companies
    7.2 Anti-Bacterial Nanocoatings
    7.2.1 Market drivers and trends
    7.2.2 Benefits of anti-bacterial nanocoatings
    7.3 Anti-Corrosion Nanocoatings
    7.3.1 Market drivers and trends
    7.3.2 Benefits of anti-corrosion nanocoatings
    7.3.2.1 Smart self-healing coatings
    7.3.2.2 Superhydrophobic coatings
    7.3.2.3 Graphene
    7.4 Abrasion & Wear-Resistant Nanocoatings
    7.4.1 Market drivers and trends
    7.4.2 Benefits of abrasion and wear-resistant nanocoatings
    7.5 Barrier Nanocoatings
    7.5.1 Market drivers and trends
    7.5.2 Benefits of barrier nanocoatings
    7.5.2.1 Increased shelf life
    7.5.2.2 Graphene
    7.5.2.3 Moisture protection
    7.6 Anti-Fouling And Easy-To-Clean Nanocoatings
    7.6.1 Market drivers and trends
    7.6.2 Benefits of anti-fouling and easy-to-clean nanocoatings
    7.6.3 Applications
    7.6.3.1 Anti-graffiti
    7.7 Self-Cleaning (Bionic) Nanocoatings
    7.7.1 Market drivers and trends
    7.7.2 Market drivers and trends
    7.7.3 Benefits of self-cleaning nanocoatings
    7.8 Self-Cleaning (Photocatalytic) Nanocoatings
    7.8.1 Market drivers and trends
    7.8.2 Benefits of photocatalytic self-cleaning nanocoatings
    7.8.3 Applications
    7.8.3.1 Self-Cleaning Coatings
    7.8.3.2 Indoor Air Pollution and Sick Building Syndrome
    7.8.3.3 Outdoor Air Pollution
    7.8.3.4 Water Treatment
    7.9 Uv-Resistant Nanocoatings
    7.9.1 Market drivers and trends
    7.9.2 Benefits of UV-resistant nanocoatings
    7.9.2.1 Textiles
    7.9.2.2 Wood coatings
    7.10 Thermal Barrier And Flame Retardant Nanocoatings
    7.10.1 Market drivers and trends
    7.10.2 Benefits of thermal barrier and flame retardant nanocoatings
    7.11 Anti-Icing And De-Icing
    7.11.1 Market drivers and trends
    7.11.2 Benefits of nanocoatings
    7.11.2.1 Hydrophobic and superhydrophobic coatings (HSH)
    7.11.2.2 SLIPS
    7.11.2.3 Heatable coatings
    7.11.2.4 Anti-freeze protein coatings
    7.12 Anti-Reflective Nanocoatings
    7.13 Self-Healing Nanocoatings
    7.13.1 Extrinsic self-healing
    7.13.1.1 Capsule-based
    7.13.1.2 Vascular self-healing
    7.13.2 Intrinsic self-healing
    7.13.3 Healing volume
    7.13.4 Self-healing coatings
    7.13.4.1 Anti-corrosion
    7.13.4.2 Scratch repair
    7.13.5 Companies

    *8 Market Segment Analysis, By End User Market*
    8.1 Aviation And Aerospace
    8.1.1 Market drivers and trends
    8.1.2 Applications
    8.1.2.1 Thermal protection
    8.1.2.2 Icing prevention
    8.1.2.3 Conductive and anti-static
    8.1.2.4 Corrosion resistant
    8.1.2.5 Insect contamination
    8.2 Automotive
    8.2.1 Market drivers and trends
    8.2.2 Applications
    8.2.2.1 Anti-scratch nanocoatings
    8.2.2.2 Conductive coatings
    8.2.2.3 Hydrophobic and oleophobic
    8.2.2.4 Anti-corrosion
    8.2.2.5 UV-resistance
    8.2.2.6 Thermal barrier
    8.2.2.7 Flame retardant
    8.2.2.8 Anti-fingerprint
    8.2.2.9 Anti-bacterial
    8.2.2.10 Self-healing
    8.3 Construction
    8.3.1 Market drivers and trends
    8.3.2 Applications
    8.3.2.1 Protective coatings for glass, concrete and other construction materials
    8.3.2.2 Photocatalytic nano-TiO2 coatings
    8.3.2.3 Anti-graffiti
    8.3.2.4 UV-protection
    8.3.2.5 Titanium dioxide nanoparticles
    8.3.2.6 Zinc oxide nanoparticles
    8.4 Electronics
    8.4.1 Market drivers
    8.4.2 Applications
    8.4.2.1 Transparent functional coatings
    8.4.2.2 Anti-reflective coatings for displays
    8.4.2.3 Waterproof coatings
    8.4.2.4 Conductive nanocoatings and films
    8.4.2.5 Anti-fingerprint
    8.4.2.6 Anti-abrasion
    8.4.2.7 Conductive
    8.4.2.8 Self-healing consumer electronic device coatings
    8.4.2.9 Flexible and stretchable electronics
    8.5 Household Care, Sanitary And Indoor Air Quality
    8.5.1 Market drivers and trends
    8.5.2 Applications
    8.5.2.1 Self-cleaning and easy-to-clean
    8.5.2.2 Food preparation and processing
    8.5.2.3 Indoor pollutants and air quality
    8.6 Marine
    8.7 Medical & Healthcare
    8.7.1 Market drivers and trends
    8.7.2 Applications
    8.7.2.1 Anti-fouling
    8.7.2.2 Anti-microbial and infection control
    8.7.2.3 Nanosilver
    8.7.2.4 Medical device coatings
    8.8 Military And Defence
    8.8.1 Market drivers and trends
    8.8.2 Applications
    8.8.2.1 Textiles
    8.8.2.2 Military equipment
    8.8.2.3 Chemical and biological protection
    8.8.2.4 Decontamination
    8.8.2.5 Thermal barrier
    8.8.2.6 EMI/ESD Shielding
    8.8.2.7 Anti-reflection
    8.9 Packaging
    8.9.1 Market drivers and trends
    8.9.2 Applications
    8.9.2.1 Nanoclays
    8.9.2.2 Nanosilver
    8.9.2.3 Nanocellulose
    8.10 Textiles And Apparel
    8.10.1 Market drivers and trends
    8.10.2 Applications
    8.10.2.1 Protective textiles
    8.10.2.2 UV-resistant textile coatings
    8.10.2.3 Conductive coatings
    8.11 Energy
    8.11.1 Market drivers and trends
    8.11.2 Applications
    8.11.2.1 Wind energy
    8.11.2.2 Solar
    8.11.2.3 Anti-reflection
    8.11.2.4 Gas turbine coatings
    8.12 Oil And Gas
    8.12.1 Market drivers and trends
    8.12.2 Applications
    8.12.2.1 Anti-corrosion pipelines
    8.12.2.2 Drilling in sub-zero climates
    8.13 Tools And Machining
    8.14 Anti-Counterfeiting

    *9 Nanocoatings Companies*
    9.1 United States (137 Company Profiles)
    9.2 Canada (15 Company Profiles)
    9.3 Europe (153 Company Profiles)
    9.4 Australia (6 Company Profiles)
    9.5 Asia (53 Company Profiles)

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    *Erria A/S Announces change of Certified Adviser*
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    ERRIA A/S has of January 14th 2019, chosen Norden CEF ApS as Certified Advisor instead of Kapital Partner ApS.

    New Certified Advisor for ERRIA A/S:
    *Norden CEF ApS*
    John Norden
    Kongevejen 365
    Dk-2840  Holte
    Tel: +45 20720200

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    *Headquartered in Denmark, Erria A/S is an international marine and logistics services company with operations in Denmark, Vietnam, Ghana and Venezuela.  With nearly 300 employees and associates across the world, the Erria Group every day serves the needs of container shipping companies, ship owners and several other actors in the shipping and logistics sector.  The Erria A/S stock is traded at the NASDAQ First North platform in Copenhagen, Denmark (Bloomberg code: ERRI:DK – **ISIN: DK0060101483)**.*

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    Kongevejen 365
    Dk-2840  Holte
    Tel: +45 20720200 Reported by GlobeNewswire 1 day ago.

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    A 25-year veteran of the GPI organization, James M. Bazata, P.E., ENV SP, has been named a vice president and director of its New York metropolitan-area civil engineering department.

    BABYLON, N.Y. (PRWEB) January 14, 2019

    GPI, an engineering, design, planning and construction management firm, has named James M. Bazata, P.E., ENV SP, vice president and director of civil engineering for its Babylon, New York office.

    In his new position, Mr. Bazata will oversee all operations of the civil engineering department, which serves a variety of government and private clients throughout the New York metropolitan area. Projects range from civil/municipal/roadway design to site planning and design, environmental sciences, and landscape architecture. Recent projects include the award-winning Intersection Reconstruction at CR 3 Pinelawn Rd., Ruland Rd., and Colonial Springs Rd. for Suffolk County Dept. of Public Works; Green Infrastructure Right-of-Way Bioswales (1000+) in Brooklyn and the Bronx; Various Long Island State Park Improvement projects including Planting Fields Arboretum, Jones Beach State Park and Sunken Meadow State Park; Access Roads and Ramp Modifications off the Long Island Expressway for a new multi-use development, The Meadows at Yaphank; and the NY 347 Reconstruction project, which utilized the latest complete streets design features to provide safe, comfortable and convenient access to community destinations and public places, whether walking, driving, bicycling, or taking public transportation.

    A professional engineer, Mr. Bazata has more than 28 years of experience in civil engineering and transportation planning/design for major infrastructure improvement projects. He has been with GPI for 25 years serving as design engineer, project manager, and for the past three years as deputy director of civil engineering. Recent projects on which Mr. Bazata has served include MTA Long Island Rail Road’s Mainline Expansion (3rd Track) Design/Peer Review; Traffic Capacity Improvements on CR 97 Nicolls Road for Suffolk County Dept. of Public Works; Transit Signal Priority (TSP) System projects at 295 intersections throughout New York City’s five boroughs for New York City Dept. of Transportation (this project merited the highest level Diamond Award for design from ACEC NY); and ADA Compliance review and design of pedestrian curb ramps at locations throughout Long Island for the New York State Dept. of Transportation and Suffolk and Nassau Counties Departments of Public Works.

    Mr. Bazata replaces William Barrett, P.E., who has been elevated to a corporate-wide training position within the GPI organization. According to Denise Carter, executive vice president and branch manager for the firm’s Babylon and Manhattan offices, “This is an excellent example of GPI’s corporate culture to retain our #1 asset—our people—and let them grow within the organization. Jim has been groomed to take over this position and I’m very excited to see him further expand the civil engineering department. He is an outstanding engineer and manager and I have no doubt he will continue to work with our clients to help solve their problems, apply the latest engineering technology, and bring continued success to the GPI Babylon branch.”

    Mr. Bazata earned a BS in Civil Engineering from Polytechnic University. He is currently an active member of New York State Association of Transportation Engineers and American Society of Highway Engineers. Mr. Bazata resides in Manorville, NY with his family.

    GPI provides comprehensive services in the areas of civil and municipal engineering, site planning, transportation planning and design, traffic engineering, structural engineering, landscape architecture, environmental sciences, coastal and marine engineering, project modeling, simulation and visualization services, construction management and inspection, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and asset management services.

    Headquartered in Babylon, NY, GPI is one of the nation’s leading engineering and construction management/inspection firms with offices located throughout the United States. Reported by PRWeb 23 hours ago.

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    NORTH TONAWANDA, N.Y., Jan. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Shannon Enterprises of W.N.Y., Inc., the world leading designer and maker of reusable thermal and acoustic insulation, has designed a new self-contained, removable protective enclosure called the Shannon Rapid Rise Fire Blanket to protect petrochemical, oil & gas, power generation, marine and military equipment from extreme temperatures. Shannon custom fits its Rapid Rise Fire Blankets to match a wide variety of equipment surface geometry. Customers can easily install, remove and reuse the flexible blanket enclosures. Shannon can design the new blanket to fit components ranging from actuators to valves.   “When it comes to fire protection, a properly designed and fitted safety blanket makes all the difference in shielding components and systems,” said Frank Kovacs, president of Shannon. “Our high-quality designs exceed industry standards for fire safety.”

    The Shannon Rapid Rise Fire Blanket (model number: HT2000MSiTSiM) exceeds the UL1709 Rapid Rise Fire Test method, which is a rapid-rise fire reaching 2000 degrees Fahrenheit within five minutes and maintaining this temperature until the test specimen fails. Rapid Rise Fire Blankets have not only withstood the test’s minimum requirement of 30 minutes but have also lasted for more than three hours. Industry professionals consider the UL1709 test procedure as the benchmark standard for many applications including:  structural columns, valve actuators, cable trays, instrumentation, valve bodies and more. Each Shannon Rapid Rise Fire Blanket comes with a 10-year warranty.

    Shannon developed the fire blanket’s durable outer jacketing to match harsh operating conditions found, for example, at processing plants and onboard marine vessels and oil platforms. Shannon initially produced its CAD-designed, CNC-produced fire blanket to protect shutoff valves in oil refineries. Shannon expanded on this initial design with a range of fire blankets that now protect wafer, butterfly, knife-gate and motor-operated valves as well as actuators.

    To request a quote or learn how the Rapid Rise Fire Blanket can lower insurance premiums, visit http://www.blanket-insulation.com/Misc/rfq_rfi.html

    *About Shannon Enterprises of W.N.Y. Inc.*
    Shannon engineers and manufactures insulation products such as blanket insulation, insulation jackets and insulation covers. For 30 years, Shannon has developed insulation solutions for energy conservation, thermal efficiency, noise reduction and safety. Using a CAD-CNC-ERP approach in design and manufacturing, Shannon is the worldwide market leader. For more information, visit http://www.blanket-insulation.com/

    A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/d35f740a-506b-46db-b4c7-18493c97c870

    CONTACT: Contact:
    Bill Perry
    bperry@shannonent.com    
    716-652-1762 Reported by GlobeNewswire 22 hours ago.

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    *The Sensata Technologies Foundation awarded over $250,000 to community organizations in the 2018-2019 cycle*ATTLEBORO, Mass., Jan. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Sensata Technologies Foundation, launched in November 2017, announced its first annual grant award recipients for funding year 2019. Community organizations in Attleboro, MA; Minneapolis, MN and Ventura, CA were among the twenty recipients.  Award criteria was based on alignment with employee feedback including level of impact; STEM and Community priorities; population served and applicant’s demonstrable track record of success.

    The more than $250,000 provides support for STEM learning, programs for children, domestic issues, literacy and special needs. Funds will be distributed throughout 2019. For a complete list of grant winners, please visit our website at www.sensatafoundation.org.

    The Foundation also announced that the grant application for the 2019-2020 grant cycle is now available on the Sensata Foundation website and will close on Friday, June 28, 2019.  The Sensata Foundation’s Annual Grants are 12-month grants for new or existing projects related to one or more of the Foundation’s priorities of STEM and Community. Unrestricted general operations are not eligible for funding in this grant cycle. The Foundation looks forward to another successful grant cycle, and hopes that many qualifying organizations will seek funding.

    *About the Sensata Technologies Foundation*

    The Sensata Technologies Foundation, Inc., is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting communities where Sensata has operations and fostering a passion for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects and all that they can make possible in the 21st century. The Foundation will achieve these objectives by making strategic grants, forging strong community partnerships and fostering innovation through financial support and employee volunteerism. For more information, please visit the Sensata Foundation’s website at www.sensatafoundation.org.

    *About Sensata Technologies*

    Sensata Technologies is one of the world’s leading suppliers of sensing, electrical protection, control and power management solutions with operations and business centers in 12 countries. Sensata’s products improve safety, efficiency and comfort for millions of people every day in automotive, appliance, aircraft, industrial, military, heavy vehicle, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, data, telecommunications, recreational vehicle and marine applications. For more information, please visit Sensata’s website at www.sensata.com.

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    (508) 236-1761
    ataxiarchos@sensata.com Reported by GlobeNewswire 22 hours ago.

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    KEMP, Texas, Jan. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Larson Electronics, a Texas-based company with over 40 years of experience spearheading the industrial lighting and industrial sectors, announced the release of an explosion proof indoor/outdoor HD security camera providing 1080P HD images. This camera comes equipped with a 2 MP lens and offers up to a 6X digital zoom operating at five watts. This rechargeable, fixed-focus camera features a wireless video output and connection for use in hazardous locations.The EXPCMR-WIP-RPS-OZ-2MP-IM.128G-M explosion proof 1080P HD security camera is rated for Class I, Divisions 1 and 2, Groups B, C and D; Class I, Zones 1 and 2, Groups IIB+H2 and IIA; Class II, Divisions 1 and 2, Groups E, F and G; and Class III, Divisions 1 and 2 hazardous areas. This security camera is also rated NEMA Type 3, 4, 4X, 7 (B, C, D), and 9 (E, F, G), and IP66 rated waterproof and designed to withstand harsh environments.

    This security camera has 128 gigabytes of internal solid-state memory that can record up to 16 hours of footage in 1080P or 24 hours at 720P. The housings of this camera are made from extruded aluminum and the lenses are made of unbreakable polycarbonate. This unit supports WEP encryption, WPA encryption and WPA2 encryption security and features remote access capability, supporting both P2P and DDNS. This device can be mounted on magnetic surfaces via a magnetic mounting system.

    Larson Electronics’ explosion proof security camera is Wi-Fi compliant and allows operators to create their own 2.4 Ghz and 5 Ghz wireless network. A QR code can be scanned on this unit for seamless wireless network configuration and is powered by a rechargeable 16 aH lithium ion battery with a standard 120-240V outlet charger included. Suitable applications include for external monitoring of facilities, indoor and outdoor security, commercial buildings, and more.

    *About Larson Electronics LLC: *Larson Electronics LLC is a manufacturer of industrial lighting equipment and accessories. The company offers an extensive catalog of industry-grade lighting and power distribution products for the following sectors: manufacturing, construction, food processing, oil and gas, military, marine and automobile. Customers can benefit from the company’s hands-on, customized approach to lighting solutions. Larson Electronics provides expedited service for quotes, customer support and shipments.

    *For further information, please contact:
    *Rob Bresnahan, President and CEO
    Toll-free: 1-888-351-2363
    Int’l: 214-616-6180
    Fax: 903-498-3364
    E-mail: sales@larsonelectronics.com

    A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/117e7352-a83c-4a82-abbe-b362280c4c81

      Reported by GlobeNewswire 22 hours ago.

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    Family pride as new path named in memory of Royal Marine killed in Afghanistan The father of a Blanefield Marine killed in Afghanistan has welcomed the news that a new cycle route is to be re–named in his honour. Reported by Daily Record 22 hours ago.

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    STOUFFVILLE, Ontario, Jan. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Ontario SPCA and Humane Society believes animals deserve the best care possible, which is why we have decided to relaunch our insurance program with the new SPCA & Humane Society Pet Insurance offered by Petplan^®.By partnering with a global leading pet insurance provider in Petplan, this will ensure pets get the best treatment they need when an unexpected illness or injury occurs. Not only will pet owners enjoy the peace of mind that they’re helping protect their four-legged friends, but they can also feel good knowing that a portion of proceeds go back to SPCA’s and Humane Societies, like the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society to help animals in need.

    The coverage through the SPCA & Humane Society Pet Insurance offered by Petplan is as unique as pet owners and their pets and can be customized to fit their needs and budget. It also offers one of the most comprehensive coverages and shortest waiting periods in the industry.

    Planning for unforeseen health issues and accidents can help alleviate the financial burden and stress when a pet needs medical attention, giving pet owners peace of mind. According to Petplan claims data, one in three pets makes an unplanned trip to the vet each year—and Canadian pet parents spent an average of $1,103 per pet on unexpected veterinary expenses last year alone!“As a not-for-profit organization  focused on animal wellness, we encourage pet owners to have a plan in place to ensure they are able to provide the necessary care for their pet should the unexpected occur,” says Daryl Vaillancourt, Chief of Humane Programs & Community Outreach, Ontario SPCA. “One of the best ways pet owners can help their pets, and protect themselves from unexpected costs, is pet insurance.”Petplan is the pet insurance that's trusted by shelters and helps animals in need. To get a quote or to learn more about the new SPCA & Humane Society Pet Insurance offered by Petplan visit gopetplan.ca/spcahs.

    *The Ontario SPCA and Humane Society*

    The Ontario SPCA and Humane Society is a registered charity, established in 1873. The Society and its network of animal welfare communities facilitate and provide for province-wide leadership on matters relating to the prevention of cruelty to animals and the promotion of animal well-being. Offering a variety of mission-based programs including community-based sheltering, animal wellness services, provincial animal transfers, shelter health & wellness, high-volume spay/neuter services, animal rescue, animal advocacy, Indigenous partnership programs and humane education, the Ontario SPCA is Ontario’s animal welfare charity. 

    *Petplan*

    Petplan has built an industry-leading pet insurance policy for pet parents who demand a higher pedigree of care for their best friends. We’ve leveraged 40 years of global experience to create completely customizable coverage pet parents can feel confident in, and world-class claims service — 24 hours a day, every day.

    Petplan’s innovative approach to pet insurance has been recognized by Forbes, Financial Times, Bloomberg, Inc. magazine, Smart CEO, the Communicator Awards, Ernst & Young and many others.

    Petplan policies are underwritten in the U.S. by AGCS Marine Insurance Company, a member of the Allianz Group (rated A+ A.M. Best), and XL Specialty Insurance Company; and in Canada by XL Specialty Insurance Company-Canadian Branch. XL Specialty Insurance Company is rated A+ by S&P as of 2017. Coverage may not be available in all jurisdictions. For more information about Petplan pet insurance, visit www.petplan.com or call 1-866-467-3875.

    CONTACT: MEDIA CONTACT

    Kallie Milleman         
    Ontario SPCA
    289-383-5639
    kmilleman@ospca.on.ca Reported by GlobeNewswire 19 hours ago.

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    Police Chief Tom Synan is working to save one person at a time from the opioid epidemic.

     
     
     
     
     
     
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