April 19, 2012 - (Various Sources, Edited by webBikeWorld) - ADP Lightspeed, a dealer retail information network, is reporting dramatic improvements in Q1 2012 retail sales at the dealer level in the U.S.A.
WASHINGTON, May 16, 2012 -- American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers President Charles T. Drevna issued the following statement in response to a Coordinating Research Council report issued today on the organization's extensive testing of higher ethanol blends in vehicles that the Environmental Protection Agency says can handle.
The once-robust Chinese steel industry is grinding to a halt as the country's economy slows amid the European debt crisis and slow recovery in the United States. Piles of iron ore have been left idle at the country's ports while steel factories have dismantled their bulk carriers to make up for their losses.
MILWAUKEE, April 26 -- Briggs and Stratton announced today several additional actions being taken to execute the Company's strategy. Beginning in fiscal 2013, the Company will no longer pursue placement of lawn and garden products at national mass retailers.
Sector index slips 391 points on the BSE
Mumbai, April 09:
Metal stocks were hammered at the bourses on Monday. This was because of disappointing inflation data from China, the biggest buyer of base metals in the world.
February 9 -- You know the drill. The familiar buzzing sound of a weed wacker combined with either the smell of gasoline or that super long power cable that’s covered in grass shavings. Not any more.
A father and son team, Matt Jore and Lincoln Jore, Core Outdoor Power, created new gas-free motor technology, called Conductor Optimized Rotary (CORE™) combined with a hybrid power cell to go in their new line of gas-free emission-free outdoor power equipment – a hedge trimmer, lawn mower, blower and back pack blower. They call it intelligent technology to replace gas.
What does the new gas-free motor technology mean for portable outdoor power equipment?
Mumbai, March 27, 2012: The recent hike in steel prices has led to domestic rates overtaking import rates. The disparity of $40 a tonne (Rs 2,000 a tonne) is set to revive imports, which were lagging due to volatile currency exchange rates, according to dealers.
Specialty chemicals company Lanxess is to increase its prices worldwide for its Baypren branded chloroprene rubbers by up to EUR160/USD210 per metric ton effective March 1, 2012, in response to steeply rising raw material and energy costs. From Fushing’s perspective, this new development comes as difficult news for us because this may influence our quotes going forward.