Product SynopsisThis report is an in-depth financial evaluation of the GlobalConstruction Chemicals. Using the unique Plimsoll method of analysis, each of the top 100 companies included is individually assessed and ranked against each other and compared to industry averages.Using the most up-to-date financial information available, the two-page per company analysis provides detailed financial analysis for each organisation. The following are some of the key findings of this new report: 20 of the 100 companies analysed have been rated as Danger 7 companies are ripe for takeover 18 companies achieved greater than 10% increase in sales last year. 12 companies made a pre-tax loss. 40 companies saw sales fall last year . ... Read More
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By - Transparency
Mica is a shiny silicate mineral material having a layered structure. It occurs in the form of infinitesimal in rocks, granite or as crystals. The most salient characteristic of mica is that it has close basal cleavage. This property can be explained by its atomic arrangement in hexagonal sheet form. Mica is extensively distributed and occurs in metamorphic, sedimentary, igneous and regimes. Owing to its crystalline and other properties mica finds application in various fields. The mica has four major types namely; block mica, sheet mica, ground mica and built-up mica. These...
By - Williams and Marshal Strategy
This report presents a comprehensive overview of the nails market in Poland and its state as of January 2014. It provides detailed analysis of the industry, its dynamics and structure. The purpose of the report is to describe the state of the nails market in Poland, to present actual and retrospective information about the volumes and dynamics of production, imports, exports and consumption, the characteristics of the market for the period 2008-2012 and to build a forecast for the market development until 2018. In the same way, the report presents an elaborate overview of the main market...
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Silicone sealants are viscous materials which have little to no flow characteristics staying where they are in order to allow it to enter the substrate by the means of capillary action. These sealants are different from adhesives in terms of strength and elongation. When sealants are applied between substrates which have different elongation under stress or thermal coefficients of expansion, they require adequate elongation and flexibility. Silicone sealants usually contain inert filler materials and are generally formulated with an elastomer to provide the required elongation and...