Monthly Archives: February 2018

Investment In Shipping Industry Is Profitable

Shipping industry is the backbone of global trade and has now freed itself from clutches of the recession and downturn. According to shipping analysts the future looks bright for the shipping industry in India. The continuing investment in new ships and commitment for development of its infrastructure and network will make it a more contributing sector towards economic growth.

According to the recent news, Indias shipping tonnage crossed 10 million GT mark in the last year. Indian Registrar of Shipping (IRS) has also got membership in International Association of Classification Societies (IACS). The ministry of shipping said that the capacity of major ports has increased from 574.77 million tonnes as on March 31, 2009 to 616.73 million tonnes as on March 31, 2010. The Indian tonnage crossing the 10 million is a truly creditable performance and this indicates the optimistic future prospects of shipping industry. The INSA member said that the achievement of getting IRS the membership of IACS is a turning point of countrys maritime industry.

As the operating environment of shipping industry appears to be promising, Indian shipping administration is making considerable efforts for the development of this sector. In order to build a strong platform for driving long-term growth in shipping sector, an increase in governments thrust on shipping and port sector can be seen. Indian Marine Casualty Investigation Cell has been established to investigate marine causalities such as sinking or collision of vessels, groundings or death or injury omission reports of seafarers. The shipping industry is anticipating rapid growth and considerable interest from investors.

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Why Every Business should Consider Acquiring Press Release Distribution Service

Businesses are yearning for popularity on the web. This craving is making Internet marketing strategies like press release submission very popular.

Businesses are yearning for popularity on the web. This craving is making Internet marketing strategies like press release submission very popular. Media coverage is a great source of popularity for businesses. A press release distribution service basically assists businesses to attract a high level of publicity. When this is done well, the sites visibility will be improved. There are major SEO benefits of press release submission.

To start with, press release distribution helps to enhance online visibility. It has been used by small and large enterprises to attract a high volume of consumers on the web. This is why businesses are usually advised to stick to long term press release distribution service. This way, consumers can always know what you do and the progress you make over time. On the other hand, it attracts media coverage meaning since journalists become more focused on you if you always have good press releases.

The other way that press release submission manages to drive traffic to your web pages is by establishing your brand as an industry expert. Industry expert always receive a high level of trust and loyalty from consumers. Industry experts are also loved by the media and are likely to receive more coverage whenever there is a story regarding products or services related to that industry. Consequently, traffic shoots to your web pages since you get more consumers and journalists interested in your products.

Press release submission can help attract more customers from all over the world. When press releases are written nicely, they are able to capture the target customers throughout the world. For instance, if the press release happens to catch the attention of a major local media outlet, the story will quickly spread to other journalists and eventually all across the globe. This can be great for your business and all you have to do is formulate great press releases.

It is not only the media that keeps track of your press releases but investors as well. If you highlight your companys success in a press release, it might fall into the view of global investors who will want to become part of your brand. This will create room for expansion and good business so you have to invest in quality press release distribution service bearing in mind that potential investors are watching.

Every business must take into account press release submission since it is fairly inexpensive. In fact, the only expense is in hiring the service provider which is a worthwhile investment if the press releases are well written. In addition, every organization, no matter how small, must have a story to share with the world. Make sure these stories are covered in various publication, blogs and even magazines which target customers from your industry. This is the only way your business will enjoy the publicity.

Other services like DMOZ submission are also important. A DMOZ submission service helps in establishing one way links for websites to improve their ranking online. Investing in these services will be a good way of enhancing brand popularity online.

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Imfl Is The Second Largest Market In The Indian Alcoholic Beverages Industry Dominated By Whisky

Country Liquor has the highest market share in India making currently the most consumed alcoholic beverage in India and has a commanding presence in the northern states of India. Though in the short run, country liquor is still expected to have the major market share, in the long run, their market share will decrease to ~% by FY2015 and will be overtaken by the IMFL segment. The segment is expected to sustain the market leadership to a longer period only to some extent by increasing quality, proper branding and promotions.

Beer is a rapidly expanding segment in the Indian Alcoholic Beverages industry. It is the third largest market and second fastest growing market in the Indian alcoholic beverages industry. Beer market has been segmented into strong beer and mild beer on the basis of their alcohol content. Strong beer which has alcohol content more than 5%, dominates the Indian market accounting for ~% of the total beer consumed in India, stating its popularity and preference.

IMFL is the second largest segment in the Indian alcoholic beverage industry. This market has been further bifurcated into Whisky, Rum, Brandy, Vodka and Gin. This industry is growing at a steady pace and had a consumption volume of around ~ million cases in FY2010 from a consumption of around 135 million cases in FY2005.This industry has grown at an overall steady pace triggered by increasing population and disposable income, and also the fact that it is increasingly gaining social acceptance.

Vodka is the fastest growing IMFL segment in India. Its growth is rapidly increasing due to increase in pubs, hotels, restaurants, evolving nightlife and consumer preferences. It has grown over the past 5 years at a CAGR of 44.4%.

Wine industry in India is just in its birth stage Wine is the fastest growing segment in the Indian Alcoholic Beverages industry. Indian wine industry is estimated to reach a consumption of ~ million cases consumption by FY2015 by growing at a CAGR of ~% under the base case scenario.

Key Topics Covered in the Report:

1The market size of Indian alcoholic beverage industry and its segments including country liquor, IMFL (Whisky, Rum, Vodka, Brandy and Gin), beer and wine on the basis of consumption and per capita consumption
2Government regulations affecting the alcoholic beverage and its segments
3Market segmentation of the Indian alcoholic drinks industry and its segments
4Recent trends and developments in the industry and in its segments
5Competitive landscape of the various players operating in the country in beer, wine and IMFL market
6Company profiles of leading players in IMFL, beer and wine market
7Future outlook on the basis of assumed scenarios i.e. base case, worst case and aggressive case on alcoholic beverages, wine, beer, IMFL (Whisky, Rum, Vodka, Brandy and Gin) and country liquor consumption and per capita consumption in India, from 2011-2015
8SWOT analysis of the Indian alcoholic beverage industry

For more information please refer to the below mentioned link:
http://www.ammindpower.com/report.php?A=220

Birmingham And The Industrial Revolution

Birmingham was one of the most significant cities in the development of the industrial revolution. How did it achieve its position of prominence in early industry.

Birmingham is located in Britain’s largest royal hunting ground, just outside the Forest of Arden. Birmingham town had a very interesting Saxon name. By dissecting the name, Birmingham, we know that during the Saxon’s times a man named Berm and his family – or “ing” – kept their home – or “ham” there.

Domesday Book had the first official mention of Birmingham. Birmingham Manor was a small place, as there were only 9 houses, may be around 50 people, other than the associates of the Lord of the Manor. The boundary of the land having the manor in it is mentioned to be having 4 hides. A hide is supposed to be approximately 120 acres of land. So, there were 480 acres, and not the whole land would be the arable land stated.

Peter de Bermingham, Lord of the Manor of Berm, was granted a charter in 1166 to hold a market every week on Thursday, and given permission to levy tolls on goods and produce sold there. The privilege of holding a fair each year for four days, starting on Holy Thursday, was secured in 1251 for the Manor of Birmingham. Such institutions flourished since Birmingham was on the River Rea at the only decent crossing in the district; therefore, it was a natural centre where track ways (no proper tracks existed) came together. Traders and craftsmen started settling in Birmingham to be close to the market. Since Birmingham was a manor, not a town, no irksome restrictions had to be observed by smiths, craftsmen, tanners, or gunsmiths in the Middle Ages. They could display and sell goods unhindered, enjoying the same privileges held by those who traveled to the increasingly flourishing town for trading. This liberty encouraged those of enterprise and ambition in the neighborhood to go to Birmingham, where they could work with no disturbances and compete with anyone. Thus, the town thrived and grew in the 14th and 15th centuries.

In Tudor times both banks of the Rea were filled with water mills and the workmen of Digbeth, Deritend and the nearby boroughs of Rea used the water wheels to turn the early machines. However, still more important is the fact that Birmingham was the only region with good supply of drinkable water, sufficient enough for the ever growing population.

The increasing number of patents granted to Birmingham tradesmen and inventors in the early eighteenth century shows the strong spirit of inquiry and initiative which was spreading throughout the town, and the great improvement of tools and processes. For instance, a certain John Taylor took out a patent for cast-iron hollow-ware in 1779. Henry Clay, one of John Baskervilles apprentices, patented papier-mache in 1772, while two brothers named Wyatt patented a machine for cutting screws, work which had hitherto been done by hand. Another townsman, named Harrison, made a steel pen for Dr. Priestley. Josiah Mason later started one of the largest factories in the world for the manufacture of pens. There were many more inventions about this time, so you will understand why Birmingham became so busy and progressive.

Emergence Of Sport Tech In Technical Textile Industry

Today sports in India have achieved a peak in terms of popularity and as a career option. Olympics, Commonwealth Games, Asian Games, SAF Games, Wimbledon and many other world sports tournaments see Indians as one of the most leading sports participants in the world. From Tendulkar, Paes, Bhupathi, Anand, Geet Sethi, Karthikeyan to Sania Mirza lead the present sports generation of India. Cricket, Hockey, Football, Snooker, weightlifting, Kabaddi, Kho Kho and Archery are the sports of India that have been deep seated into an Indian psyche, whether of a sports person or a sports lover. Not only physical strength, power and satisfaction but also a strong alternative of recreation; sports in India have covered a long way towards the road of success and have made themselves a hallmark in the world of sports.

Sports footwear includes appropriate shoes for different sports. Keeping in view the movement of feet and the type of surface on which a sport is played, the shoes uppers and soles are designed to meet the varying performance requirements.

Textile components form an integral part of sports and sporty look footwear. In terms of value, approximately 20 percent of the components used in sports shoes are textiles, while the remaining cost is contributed by non-textile components such as soles, polyurethane, foam leather on uppers, counters, eyelets etc. Shoe uppers and lining on the counter, socks below the shoe uppers are made of textiles and constitute nearly 95 percent of the total textiles used in sport shoes. Other textile components, though consumed in minor quantities, are nonwoven textiles, laces, tapes, threads, lables, elastic etc. The shoe uppers and linings used in the inner part counters and socks are made of laminated fabrics. Nonwoven fabrics are used as interlinings. The laminated fabrics for shoe uppers may comprise fabric laminated with foam, polyurethane, rubber etc. In the premium range of shoes, sandwiched meshes may be used instead of fabric-foam laminated uppers.

Three different kinds of fabrics, knitted, woven and non-woven are used for sports shoes. The fibres used for such fabrics are polyester, polyester-viscose, cotton and nylon. Sandwiched mesh also known as high-tech three dimensional fabrics Consisting of micro filaments sandwiched between two layers of meshes is also used as alternative to foam laminated fabrics. Fibres used in these fabrics wick moisture away from the skin to the outer layer of the fabric, thereby facilitating faster evaporation. However, such high performance fabrics are used only in some variants of premium range of sports shoes produced by branded companies. Polyester, polypropylene, nylon and cotton are used for Sportech. However, the predominant use is that of polyester since it is cheap. Nylon is used for the premium range of shoes. Cotton is used predominantly in canvas shoes and childrens shoes.

The Indian sports footwear industry is labour intensive and is concentrated in small and cottage industry sector. Nearly 95 percent of sports footwear is produced in the small / cottage units concentrated in and around Delhi and mere 5 percent in the organized sector.

Sports shoes are available in a wide variety at prices lower than leather footwear. These shoes are comfortable and can be worn for different purposes such as jogging, casual wear, leisure wear etc. The increasing use of sportswear as leisure wear has also been positively impacting the demand of sports shoes. As a result, the sports footwear industry has witnessed a healthy growth of around 10-15 percent per annum during the last decade and has grown to a 595 mn. Pairs of sports shoe market, valued at about Rs.5950 crore. The annual consumption of laminated fabrics by sports footwear industry is about 120 mn. Sq. mtrs and 80 percent of the same is sourced indigenously.