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.
M. Holland announced leadership changes to support accelerated growth and the next phase of the company’s evolution. Click here to read the full press release and read more in Plastics News.
Every year, M. Holland’s market managers take time to reflect on the major trends of the past 12 months. Click here to read M. Holland’s 2023 Plastics Industry Trends & Predictions, including business insight and recommendations for the 3D printing, automotive, color and compounding, electrical and electronics, healthcare, packaging, rotational molding, sustainability, and wire and cable markets.
Supply chain disruptions and balancing customer demand with available materials proved to be challenging across healthcare, packaging and sustainability in 2022. Click here to read 2023 predictions from our market managers for these three markets.
Oil settled flat Wednesday after data showed a smaller-than-expected build in U.S. crude stocks of 533,000 barrels last week.
In mid-morning trading today, WTI futures were up 0.3% at $80.39/bbl, Brent was up 0.4% at $86.44/bbl, and U.S. natural gas was down 8.2% at $2.82/MMBtu.
The CDC says that critical cases of COVID-19 in China are down 72% from a peak early this month, while daily deaths have dropped 79%.
Japan cut its view on the overall economy for the first time in 11 months in January as a slowdown in global demand for tech and semiconductors hurts exports, especially to Asia.
The Bank of Canada hiked its key interest rate to 4.5% Wednesday, the highest level in 15 years, and became the first major central bank to say it would likely hold off on further increases for now.
Mexico’s same-store retail sales rose by 10.6% last year as the highest inflation in over two decades sent prices soaring.
Quarterly earnings from ASML exceeded expectations as the Dutch tech company, Europe’s largest, forecast a rise of more than 25% this year despite possible curbs on exports to China.
Britain’s competition regulator started the first phase of an investigation into U.S. chipmaker Broadcom’s $61 billion acquisition of cloud-computing firm VMware.
Natural disasters caused global losses of $313 billion last year, much of it due to Hurricane Ian in the U.S., which ranked as the second-costliest natural disaster the insurance sector has ever faced.
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