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Top leading Companies of Global Laser Plastic Welding Market are TRUMPF, Han’s Laser Technology Industry Group, LPKF Laser & Electronics, Jenoptik, Emerson Electric, Nippon Avionics, Rofin Sinar Technologies, Leister Technologies, Amada Miyachi, DILAS Diodelaser, Dukane IAS, Control Micro Systems, Bielomatik Leuze and others.
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Laser plastic welding is extensively used across a host of industrial sectors, including medical, automotive, and electronic packaging. Advancements in textile joining, along with joining of different types of materials such as metal to plastics and more will continue to propel the demand for laser plastic welding across the world. Laser plastic welding is increasingly being deployed, particularly while developing products that are made of thermally sensitive materials. Laser plastic welding is also gaining considerable traction in wide-area lamination, as it offers precise patterns and increased complexity in joints that are made. Moreover, the demand for laser plastic welding is witnessing consistent growth, as it provides optimum strength and minimizes the cycle time in chemical bonding and mechanical joining applications.
This report segments the Laser Plastic Welding Market on the basis of by Type are:
On the basis of By Application, the Laser Plastic Welding Market is segmented into:
Electrical & Electronics
Regions Are covered By Laser Plastic Welding Market Report 2020 To 2026
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.)
Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)
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– Global Laser Plastic Welding Market Overview
– Global Laser Plastic Welding Market Competition by Manufacturers
– Laser Plastic Welding Retrospective Market Scenario by Region
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– Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type
– Global Laser Plastic Welding Historic Market Analysis by Application
– Company Profiles and Key Figures in Laser Plastic Welding Business
– Laser Plastic Welding Manufacturing Cost Analysis
– Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers
– Market Dynamics
– Global Market Forecast
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UK agrees interim trade deal with Canada amid Brexit uncertainty – Fox News – Divisionet
The United Kingdom has agreed to an interim trade deal with Canada, giving itself another buffer for post-Brexit economic dealings in 2021 — as it continues to pursue deals with the United States and European Union.
Described by the British government as a “stopgap,” the deal announced Saturday rolls over existing trade agreements between the U.K. and Canada, and opens the door to negotiations in 2021 on a specific UK-Canada trade pact.
US-UK TRADE DEAL FACES POTENTIAL HURDLES FROM BIDEN, CONGRESS OVER BREXIT FIGHT
The government said it gives certainty for British businesses and locks in about $27 billion in trade between the countries. The deal includes zero tariffs on car exports, and tariff-free trade on goods including beef, fish and seafood. It will cover about 1.5 percent of the U.K.’s total trade in goods and services.
Britain imports products such as salmon and maple syrup from the Commonwealth country that also recognizes Queen Elizabeth II as head of state.
In this Dec. 4, 2019 photo, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, left, welcomes Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during official arrivals for a NATO leaders meeting at The Grove hotel and resort in Watford, Hertfordshire, England. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco, File)
“This is a fantastic agreement for Britain which secures transatlantic trade with one of our closest allies. British businesses export everything from electric cars to sparkling wine to Canada, and today’s deal will ensure that trade goes from strength to strength,” Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a statement.
“Our negotiators have been working flat out to secure trade deals for the UK, and from as early next year we have agreed to start work on a new, bespoke trade deal with Canada that will go even further in meeting the needs of our economy,” he said.
It’s one of 53 countries the U.K. has signed agreements with ahead of the finalization of its departure from the E.U. at the end of the year — at which point it will no longer be covered by the umbrella of deals forged by the union. Brits voted to leave the bloc in 2016 and officially left it in January — leading to a transition period until the end of the year.
It has yet to strike a deal with the E.U., although negotiations are ongoing. If no deal is agreed to, then the countries will move into World Trade Organization terms.
The U.K. has been working with the U.S. to thrash out a vital trade deal, but that deal may prove less certain than it appeared under a Trump administration. The president was very receptive to the idea of such a deal, given his pro-Brexit stance.
President-elect Joe Biden has warned there will not be such a deal if Britain is seen to undermine the 1998 Good Friday peace agreement as part of its own regulations governing post-Brexit trade at the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland.
“We can’t allow the Good Friday Agreement that brought peace to Northern Ireland to become a casualty of Brexit,” Biden tweeted in September. “Any trade deal between the U.S. and U.K. must be contingent upon respect for the Agreement and preventing the return of a hard border. Period.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
UK agrees interim trade deal with Canada amid Brexit uncertainty – Fox News
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The global Packaging Print Inks market size is expected to gain market growth in the forecast period of 2020 to 2025, with a CAGR of 4.4% in the forecast period of 2020 to 2025 and will expected to reach USD 8393.3 million by 2025, from USD 7054.3 million in 2019.
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NBA trade tracker: Pelicans acquire Steven Adams from Thunder; Bucks trade for Jrue Holiday
The NBA’s offseason will be moving at a lightning speed this time around as the league has to fit the draft, free agency, training camp and the preseason all before the regular season tips off on Dec. 22. The NBA Draft has come and gone, with free agency having opened on Nov. 20. Although the free agency market won’t be as robust this offseason as teams prepare for bigger names to become available in 2021, the trade market is expected to be incredibly active.
Now that the transaction moratorium has lifted around the league, trades can now be made official, and teams are starting to deal players and picks to better position themselves for the upcoming season. Here are the latest trades that have been reported around the league.
The Oklahoma City Thunder continue to overhaul their roster this offseason as the team has now moved on from Chris Paul and starting center Steven Adams via trade. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com, Adams will be heading to the New Orleans Pelicans as part of a multi-team trade, expanding upon the previously agreed upon deal sending Jrue Holiday from New Orleans to Milwaukee, for a package that will send future first-round and second-round picks back to Oklahoma City. The Nuggets, as part of the deal, will receive the draft rights to RJ Hampton.
Trevor Ariza is reportedly on the move again. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com, the Pistons have agreed to send Ariza and draft compensation to the Oklahoma City Thunder as part of a three-team trade which also includes the Dallas Mavericks. In addition to Ariza changing locations yet again, the Mavericks will be sending Delon Wright to Detroit and Justin Jackson to Oklahoma City. Also, the Thunder will be sending James Johnson to Dallas.
The Boston Celtics, Portland Trail Blazers and Memphis Grizzlies have agreed to a three-team deal that will send Enes Kanter to the Trail Blazers, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. In addition, the Trail Blazers will send Mario Hezonja to the Grizzlies, who also get the 30th overall pick in the 2020 Draft, Desmond Bane. The Celtics, meanwhile, will get Kanter off their books, and also receive a future draft pick from the Grizzlies, per Wojnarowski.
The Celtics are facing a roster crunch. Even after trading the No. 30 overall pick and seeing Gordon Hayward opt-out of his contract, all 15 of their roster spots were accounted for. To create a bit of extra room to work with this offseason, they announced a trade sending backup center Vincent Poirier to the Oklahoma City Thunder Thursday for a conditional (likely top-55 protected) second-round pick. The move means little in basketball terms, but it creates another roster spot for the Celtics to use in free agency.
The Warriors had a rare opportunity to add veteran talent thanks to a $17.2 million trade exception generated by dealing Andre Iguodala to Memphis last summer. Now, they are using it to absorb the $14.4 million contract of Kelly Oubre Jr. from the Oklahoma City Thunder, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The Thunder will receive Golden State’s 2021 first-round pick if it falls between No. 21 and No. 30. If not? The Thunder will receive two second-round picks. The Warriors will pay a hefty tax burden to take on Oubre, but with Klay Thompson out for the year, they’ll need all the help they can get.
The Jazz are shedding a bit of salary according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Ed Davis, who is owed around $5 million, is headed to the New York Knicks along with two second-round picks. The move helps the Jazz create room below the luxury tax line to possibly re-sign Jordan Clarkson and pursue a free agent with the non-taxpayer mid-level exception. The Knicks, on the other hand, are finally using their cap space to accumulate assets as many argued they should have in 2019.
The Pistons continue to wheel and deal under new GM Troy Weaver. This time, they added a serviceable big man in Dewayne Dedmon in exchange for forward Tony Snell and guard Khyri Thomas, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Dedmon provides the Pistons with some insurance at the center spot should the team ultimately lose Christian Wood in free agency. Atlanta continues to try to build into a contender in the Eastern Conference, and Snell and Thomas could prove to be rotation pieces for them.
The Pistons have made a number of moves in Troy Weaver’s first draft as Detroit’s GM and they have added another big man to the fold by acquiring Tony Bradley from the Utah Jazz as well as the rights to the No. 38 overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Bradley will provide the Pistons with depth in the frontcourt as a serviceable big man who can provide minutes off of the bench.
The Sixers are trading veteran forward Al Horford along with a protected 2025 first-round pick, the 34th overall pick in the 2020 draft and the rights to Serbian guard Vasilije Micic to the Oklahoma City Thunder for veteran guard Danny Green. Micic, 26, is considered one of Europe’s top point guards. The Thunder will also send Terrance Ferguson to the Sixers as part of the deal. Horford has three years remaining on the four-year, $109 million deal that he signed with the Sixers last offseason, while Green has one year remaining on his current contract and is set for unrestricted free agency at the end of the 2020-21 season.
New York acquired a higher pick in the first around to go along with its No. 8 overall pick in Wednesday’s draft, the team announced. The Jazz have also sent the draft rights of 2008 second-round pick Ante Tomic, who isn’t expected to play in the NBA. It’s unclear what New York’s plan is for its newly acquired pick in the draft, perhaps it could be part of a larger trade package prior or during Wednesday night’s draft.
Bogdan Bogdanovic, 28, will join the Bucks on a new contract, the terms of which have yet to be reported. Milwaukee will also receive wing Justin James in the deal.
With this move and the Jrue Holiday deal announced earlier, the Bucks have made their big splash. Bogdanovic has seemed like a logical target since they elected not to re-sign Malcolm Brogdon last summer, as he brings an appealing combination of shooting and playmaking to a roster in need of both. Milwaukee was short on creators even when it had Brogdon, and Bogdanovic will add some juice to an offense that was nearly unstoppable in the regular season but could get stagnant come playoff time.
Jrue Holiday, 30, is one of the league’s best defenders and one of the top players on the trade market. He is one of the few guards in the league who does not represent a downgrade from Eric Bledsoe when it comes to perimeter defense, and his size makes him more versatile. More importantly, Holiday is a massive upgrade on the other end of the court. For two straight seasons, Milwaukee’s dominant regular-season offense has looked stilted and predictable against elite playoff defenses. It needed more playmaking, and Holiday provides just that, while only strengthening its defense-first identity. Last season, he averaged 19.1 points, 6.7 assists and 4.8 rebounds for the Pelicans.
Hill was one of the league’s better reserves last season, and the Bucks have sacrificed some depth in trading two rotation players for one. That is a problem for the front office to solve as the offseason moves forward, as is the need for more shooting. Holiday is a decent but not great spot-up shooter, which is par for the course on this Milwaukee roster. Hill was an exception to that — he made an extraordinary 46 percent of his threes last season.
Robert Covington will be a welcome addition for the Blazers, who lacked wing depth all of last season after the departure of Al-Farouq Aminu and Moe Harkless. The prototypical modern NBA 3-and-D wing, the 6-7 Covington is a 36 percent career 3-point shooter who should be able to space the floor for Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum in a Portland offense that finished third in efficiency last season at 113.2 points per 100 possessions.
The Rockets reacquire Ariza, who averaged 12.2 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.8 steals while shooting 36 percent from the 3-point arc in four seasons with Houston from 2014-2018. Ariza might not want to look into Houston real estate just yet, however. If the Rockets are truly committing to a rebuild, he’s a strong candidate to be flipped to a contender given his championship experience.
Phoenix has positioned itself as a team that could fight for playoff positioning next season after acquiring Chris Paul from the Thunder in exchange for Kelly Oubre Jr., Ricky Rubio, Ty Jerome and Jalen Lecque, per The Athletic’s Shams Charania. Paul will be reunited with head coach Monty Williams, who coached him in his early days with New Orleans. The veteran guard will provide the Suns with leadership they desperately needed. With Paul installed as the starting point guard, it will take some of the offensive load off Devin Booker, who may finally be able to realize his full potential under Paul’s guidance.
For the Thunder, this is the second trade the franchise has executed so far in the offseason, but this time, the return of Oubre, Rubio, Jerome and Lecque gives them young pieces for the future.
After being crowned champions inside the NBA bubble, the Lakers are already making moves to ensure they can defend their crown for the 2020-21 season. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Los Angeles is sending Danny Green and the 28th overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft for Dennis Schroder. The veteran guard gives L.A. another player who can create for himself, which should help strengthen the bench when LeBron James and Anthony Davis need a rest. It also shores up the Lakers backcourt if they don’t re-sign Rajon Rondo, who reportedly opted out of his $2.6 million player option for next season, making him an unrestricted free agent. Schroder’s deal expires after this upcoming season, so it also allows L.A. to be flexible for 2021.
For the Thunder, moving Schroder signals that this team is going full rebuild heading into the 2020-21 season. Getting back a first-round pick just adds to the stockpile of draft selections that OKC has accumulated over the last two years, and the Thunder can now also flip Green to a different contending team for another draft pick, or perhaps a young prospect.
The Nets reportedly like the defensive toughness that Bruce Brown can bring to their squad, while the Pistons will be getting Dzanan Musa, who was selected 29th overall in the 2018 NBA Draft, per Wojnarowski. Musa never found his footing in the Nets organization, but will get more opportunity to prove himself with a Detroit team that is in the process of a rebuild.
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