M. Holland is the headline sponsor for AMI’s Thermoplastic Concentrates in Orlando on Jan. 24-26. Stop by Booth #16 to speak with our experts and attend a talk on regulatory compliance changes by Christopher Thelen, M. Holland’s Senior Regulatory Specialist, on Jan. 24 at 4:20 pm.
M. Holland will be exhibiting at MD&M West in Anaheim on Feb. 7-9. Stop by Booth #4115 to meet our Healthcare team and discuss how M. Holland’s line of medical-grade resins can help you develop safe and effective medical products and packaging.
2022 was a difficult year for supply chains, with 3D printing, Color & Compounding and Rotational Molding all weathering challenges to keep inventories up to date. Click here to read what M. Holland’s market managers had to say about their predictions for the three industries in 2023.
Oil rose 1% Thursday, extending a rally fueled by rising demand from China.
In mid-morning trading today, WTI futures were up 0.8% at $80.95/bbl, Brent was up 0.8% at $86.83/bbl, and U.S. natural gas was up 3.2% at $3.38/MMBtu.
Landlords in New York City are bracing for collective fines of up to $200 million from a new emissions law set to take effect in 2024.
U.S. intermodal volumes fell 9.2% for the first two weeks of 2023.
The Port of Virginia handled a record 3.7 million TEUs last year, up 5.1% from 2021 as more traffic was diverted from West Coast ports due to uncertain labor conditions. The Port of Houston and ports in Georgia also saw record annual throughput.
Volvo took an undisclosed stake in Canadian self-driving technology-maker Waabi Innovation.
The U.S. reported 88,981 new COVID-19 infections and 1,285 virus fatalities Thursday.
The Treasury Department began taking special measures to keep paying the government’s bills Thursday as the U.S. bumped up against its $31.4 trillion borrowing limit, kicking off a potentially lengthy debate in Congress over raising the debt ceiling.
The share of unionized U.S. workers fell to a record low 10.1% in 2022 even as unions added more members than in any year since 2008.
U.S. manufacturers probably entered a recession in the fourth quarter, analysts say. The Philadelphia Fed’s gauge of East Coast manufacturing activity remained negative for the fifth straight month in December, signaling contraction:
Google became the latest tech behemoth to cut jobs, announcing this morning that it will lay off 12,000 employees, or 6% of its workforce.
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