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Net-zero strategy is “basic question” for every company – Mark Carney
How to prepare for a climate neutral economy is now a “basic question” that every company’s management should be able to answer, says former Bank of England Governor Mark Carney.
Expansion of Dedicated Cleanroom Space for High-Quality Parylene Production
In response to its growing demand for parylene coatings used in critical applications, VSi Parylene has announced the expansion of cleanroom capacity at its Broomfield, CO Headquarters. This expansion creates space to support new programs for its steadily increasing medical device business.
Few employees want to return to office full-time when lockdowns are eased: Poll
Remote working or working from home has become the new norm during the COVID-19 times which call for maintaining physical distancing and complying with lockdown measures to curb disease spread.
Greiner Bio-One: A Reliable Partner in a Crisis
In the medical technology industry, plastic is becoming increasingly important. The medical or medical technology industry accounts for just 2-3% of global plastics production even though more than 50% of medical/pharmaceutical products are made of plastic.
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