2013-09-20 | USD 5795
2013-09-18 | USD 5795
2014-05-28 | USD 5795
Fast food refers to food that can be prepared and served in shortest time. The demand and trend of fast food differs from region to region. The roots of fast food come from America where people eat out frequently. Food-on-the-go and drive-thru is a common concept in North American Market whereas people in European nations take time and prefer having conversations while eating. Fast food chains and regional Quick Service Restaurants have customized their format and menu offering according to various regions as people preferences and taste differ from place to place. Asia Pacific and Rest of the World is the fastest growing market due to its huge population and favorable demographics. Higher disposable income and inclination towards westernized food habits are some of the driving factors for rapid growth of fast food market in these economies.
2014-05-05 | USD 7695
The next six years will be crucial for the global cheese market in terms of high growth rate as emerging countries and other developed markets prefer the natural cheese products for consumption. Cheese has already been promoted as a healthy and high protein snack for children and adults and thus, an increasing consumption of natural and processed dairy-based cheese products are driving the global cheese market to become the mainstream market in the coming years.
2016-12-02 | USD 5795
Yogurt is a diary product. Yogurt is produced by fermentation of milk by bacterial treatment. The bacteria in the presence of lactose in milk, produces lactic acid. The lactic acid produced by the bacterial treatment reacts with milk protein to impart the texture and taste of yogurts.
2015-01-21 | USD 5795
The technology segment analysis has been carried out on the global and regional level. The overall thermal energy storage market has been bifurcated into sensible heat, latent heat, and thermochemical storage technology segments. Primary end-user applications of thermal energy storage systems identified in this market study include commercial and industrial, utilities, and residential applications.
2019-02-12 | USD 5795
Lubricants are organic substances that are used to reduce friction and heat between moving surfaces that are in mutual contact. Lubricants prevent corrosion; reduce contamination; protect seal; transmit power; and control temperature. The lubricants are available in various forms such as liquid, solid, semi-solid, and gaseous. The global lubricants market has been segmented in terms of type, product, and application.
2015-01-19 | USD 5795
Usage of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a ship fuel reduces sulfur oxide (SOx) emissions by 90% to 95% compared to conventional petroleum fuels. Due to strict sulfur emission mandates in place executed via Annexure VI of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), an increasing number of shipping companies and vessel operators are switching to LNG as a bunker fuel.
2014-10-30 | USD 5795
Digital impressioning is a technology that uses light emitting diode (LED), lasers or other optical sources to scan intraoral images. It provides three-dimensional (3D) scanned images with high clarity that enables dentists create restorations quickly thereby speeding up the overall treatment. It helps in eliminating the limitations such as multiple impressions and wastage of impression materials used in traditional impressioning. Moreover, digital impressioning is an eco-friendly process as it eliminates the need for disposable impression materials and plastic trays. Intraoral scanners help in cutting down the number of steps involved in impression as well as errors.
2014-10-30 | USD 5795
This research report on the commercial telematics market provides a detailed market analysis and helps understand the driving forces behind the popularity of these systems across various end-use industries. The report also provides a breakdown and review of various factors affecting market growth, which are appropriately described as market drivers, restraints, and opportunities. These factors determine various existing trends and their impact on market growth. It offers a comprehensive coverage of underlying technological and economic factors influencing the commercial telematics business. Furthermore, value chain analysis and Porter’s five forces analysis are included in the report, which aim to provide strategic insights into the supply chain of the commercial telematics market. The prevalent competition in the market is identified and described through market share analysis of key players.