Picanol Group (Euronext: PIC) on December 7, 2021, announced the construction of a new head office in its hometown of Ieper (Belgium). The new building will house 450 employees and it will be erected on the company’s current site, between its training center and the Zuiderring road. The architectural design of the new headquarters – … More PICANOL GROUP to build new HEAD OFFICE in IEPER, Belgium
According to a new market research report the “Ultrafiltration Market by Type (Polymeric, and Ceramic), Module (Hollow Fiber), Application (Municipal, And Industrial (Food & Beverage Processing, Chemical & Petrochemical Processing, Pharma Processing)), and Region – Global Forecast to 2023″, The ultrafiltration market is projected to grow from USD 1,064.0 million in 2018 to USD 2,140.1 million by 2023, … More Ultrafiltration Market worth USD 2140.1 million by 2023
Since Mark Zuckerberg promoted the concept of the metaverse – a 3D sequel to the internet – everyone’s been trying to envisage what it might look like. Now it’s retail’s turn. By Nick Easen, an Award-winning journalist and broadcaster, he writes on science, technology, economics and business. He has produced content for BBC World News, CNN, … More Will shopping be better in the metaverse?
In late 2018, no one had any idea of the firestorm that the coronavirus was about to unleash on the global cotton industry (and every other aspect of our lives, as well). It was the first-ever global pandemic in modern times and so it is fitting that the International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC) used its … More ICAC Launches 79th Plenary Meeting, the First Ever to Be Fully Virtual and Free to All
With around 200 pictures and texts, the new Water Timeline takes you through 200 years of the eventful history of Swiss water protection. It aims to show how shifts towards more sustainable management of natural resources can be shaped. http://www.wassertimeline.ch/en How can natural resources be used more sustainably than before? This question is at the … More Water Timeline: The history of Swiss water protection
The Commission welcomes the agreement reached by EU finance ministers today to update the current rules governing value-added tax (VAT) rates for goods and services. These new rules will provide governments with more flexibility in the rates they can apply and ensure equal treatment between EU Member States. At the same time, the updated legislation … More New rules on VAT rates offer Member States more flexibility while supporting the EU’s green, digital and public health priorities