Arsenate Global Market Industry Expert Analysis Trends and Forecast 2015 – 2020

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In electronics and electrical industry, arsenic compounds are used as semiconductors, especially gallium arsenide which is used in transistors, diodes, and lasers while Indium arsenide is employed in Hall Effect applications and infrared detectors. Arsenate and arsenic compounds are widely used as wood preservatives as well as herbicides and pesticides. Elemental arsenate is used in the manufacturing of alloys specifically copper and lead (example Lead acid batteries) Arsenate compounds are also used in the manufacturing of leather preservatives, sheep-dips, poisonous baits and pigments. Arsenate compounds also find applications in anti-fouling agents, pyrotechnics, pharmaceuticals, soaps and dyes and electrophotography.

In nature arsenate occurs in a variety of minerals which may contain anhydrous or hydrated arsenates. Some examples of arsenate containing minerals are alarsite, adamite, erythrite, annabergite and legrandite. Arsenic is one of the most available elements in earth’s crust and is naturally emitted by volcanic eruptions. Arsenic is usually founds in its sulfide forms in complex mineral ores of lead, silver, nickel, cobalt, antimony, and iron. Earlier, major consumption of arsenate was in the wood preservative applications where arsenic compounds were used as wood preservatives in the U.S. However, health concerns regarding the use of arsenic have led to a decreased use of arsenates in the pressure-wood preservative applications.

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Arsenic is supposedly harmful to the human health, where certain noncancerous effects of arsenic ingestion through air or water include, diarrhea, nausea, stomach pain, etc. Arsenic is also considered to cause cancer in some cases of ingestion. The arsenate compounds are expected to witness strong growth from the electrical and electronic applications. The demand for lead acid batteries is anticipated to grow substantially in the next few years, with growing preference of electric cars across the globe. Since Arsenate compounds are used in the production of lead acid batteries the demand for arsenate is also projected to grow in the next few years.

In terms of production Asia-Pacific was the largest production house for Arsenate and its compounds. In Asia Pacific China was the largest producer of arsenic. Other major producers of arsenate include Chile, Morocco, Peru and Mexico amongst others. In terms of demand North America was the largest consumer of arsenate followed by Asia Pacific, Europe and Rest of the World. In North America U.S was the largest market for arsenate followed by Mexico and Canada. This high demand for arsenate stems from the demand for electrical and electronic devices and growing use of electrical and hybrid vehicles in this region.

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The demand for arsenate is also anticipated to witness strong growth in the Asia Pacific countries such as China, India, Indonesia etc. With growing industrial activities in these regions the demand for arsenate is also expected to grow on similar lines. The economic conditions of Brazil, Russia and South Africa are on similar track and hence the demand for arsenate is also projected to be high in these countries.

Some of the major companies operating in the global arsenate market are Southern Peru Corporation, San Luis Potosi, and Yunnan Wenshan Jinchi Arsenic Co., Ltd. among others.

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Top 3 Emerging Trends Impacting the Global Carbonated Ready-to-Drink Tea Market From 2017-2021: Technavio

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Technavio’s latest report on the global carbonated ready-to-drink tea market provides an analysis of the most important trends expected to impact the market outlook from 2017-2021. Technavio defines an emerging trend as a factor that has the potential to significantly impact the market and contribute to its growth or decline.

The research study by Technavio on the global carbonated ready-to-drink tea market for 2017-2021 provides a detailed industry analysis based on packaging form (bottled packaging and metal can packaging) and geography (the Americas, EMEA, and APAC).

Carbonated ready-to-drink (RTD) tea is a prepared combination of carbonated soda with the refreshing taste and health benefits of powerful antioxidants found in tea. Technavio analysts forecast the global carbonated RTD tea market to grow to USD 1,380.5 million by 2021, at a CAGR of more than 9% over the forecast period.

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The top three emerging trends driving the global carbonated ready-to-drink tea market according to Technavio food and beverage research analysts are:

  • Consumer focus shifting toward organic variants of carbonated tea
  • Growing use of natural sweeteners
  • Packaging innovation to highlight product characteristics

Consumer focus shifting toward organic variants of carbonated tea

Consumers are becoming increasingly health-aware and consciously opt for organic alternatives to commonly used products. The trend is catching up in the carbonated tea market as well, and the premium prices of these commodities are resulting in the growth of the market,” says Manjunath Reddy, a lead analyst at Technavio for non-alcoholic beverage research.

Consumers who opt for organic products are contributing to building a greener future for the coming generations. To cater to this trend, vendors such as the J.M. Smucker Company, offers US Department of Agriculture (USDA) certified organic carbonated RTD teas such as Rose Hip Infused Earl Grey Tea Lemonade and Mint Infused Green Tea Lemonade.

Growing use of natural sweeteners

The growing awareness about health and healthy eating habits are encouraging consumers to seek products with natural sweetening agents. There is a growing demand for healthy, low-calorie products, and major market vendors are focused on developing and launching low calorie or zero calorie carbonated RTD tea. For instance, Bhakti offers Bhakti Sparkling Tea – Tart Cherry Rooibos, which is prepared using monk fruit extract as a sweetener. Therefore, the increased production of healthy carbonated RTD tea with no or low calories is expected to aid in the growth of the market during the forecast period.

Packaging innovation to highlight product characteristics

Packaging is often perceived to be an extension of a particular brand’s value. Good packaging not only provides better protection and tampering resistance but is also an effective marketing tool. Vendors use attractive graphic designs for tea packages to attract a larger number of consumers,” says Manjunath.

Carbonated RTD tea manufacturers are coming up with innovative packaging to increase the shelf life of their products and also to grab the attention of consumers. For instance, Talking Rain rolled out a new packaging design for its zero-calorie sparkling ice teas, which features bold colors and bright fonts. Vendors are also using sustainable packaging to appeal to more consumers.

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About Technavio

Technavio is a leading global technology research and advisory company. The company develops over 2000 pieces of research every year, covering more than 500 technologies across 80 countries. Technavio has about 300 analysts globally who specialize in customized consulting and business research assignments across the latest leading edge technologies.

Technavio analysts employ primary as well as secondary research techniques to ascertain the size and vendor landscape in a range of markets. Analysts obtain information using a combination of bottom-up and top-down approaches, besides using in-house market modeling tools and proprietary databases. They corroborate this data with the data obtained from various market participants and stakeholders across the value chain, including vendors, service providers, distributors, resellers, and end-users.

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Top 3 Emerging Trends Impacting the Global Carbonated Ready-to-Drink Tea Market From 2017-2021: Technavio

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Technavio’s latest report on the global carbonated ready-to-drink tea market provides an analysis of the most important trends expected to impact the market outlook from 2017-2021. Technavio defines an emerging trend as a factor that has the potential to significantly impact the market and contribute to its growth or decline.

The research study by Technavio on the global carbonated ready-to-drink tea market for 2017-2021 provides a detailed industry analysis based on packaging form (bottled packaging and metal can packaging) and geography (the Americas, EMEA, and APAC).

Carbonated ready-to-drink (RTD) tea is a prepared combination of carbonated soda with the refreshing taste and health benefits of powerful antioxidants found in tea. Technavio analysts forecast the global carbonated RTD tea market to grow to USD 1,380.5 million by 2021, at a CAGR of more than 9% over the forecast period.

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Technavio’s sample reports are free of charge and contain multiple sections of the report including the market size and forecast, drivers, challenges, trends, and more.

The top three emerging trends driving the global carbonated ready-to-drink tea market according to Technavio food and beverage research analysts are:

  • Consumer focus shifting toward organic variants of carbonated tea
  • Growing use of natural sweeteners
  • Packaging innovation to highlight product characteristics

Consumer focus shifting toward organic variants of carbonated tea

Consumers are becoming increasingly health-aware and consciously opt for organic alternatives to commonly used products. The trend is catching up in the carbonated tea market as well, and the premium prices of these commodities are resulting in the growth of the market,” says Manjunath Reddy, a lead analyst at Technavio for non-alcoholic beverage research.

Consumers who opt for organic products are contributing to building a greener future for the coming generations. To cater to this trend, vendors such as the J.M. Smucker Company, offers US Department of Agriculture (USDA) certified organic carbonated RTD teas such as Rose Hip Infused Earl Grey Tea Lemonade and Mint Infused Green Tea Lemonade.

Growing use of natural sweeteners

The growing awareness about health and healthy eating habits are encouraging consumers to seek products with natural sweetening agents. There is a growing demand for healthy, low-calorie products, and major market vendors are focused on developing and launching low calorie or zero calorie carbonated RTD tea. For instance, Bhakti offers Bhakti Sparkling Tea – Tart Cherry Rooibos, which is prepared using monk fruit extract as a sweetener. Therefore, the increased production of healthy carbonated RTD tea with no or low calories is expected to aid in the growth of the market during the forecast period.

Packaging innovation to highlight product characteristics

Packaging is often perceived to be an extension of a particular brand’s value. Good packaging not only provides better protection and tampering resistance but is also an effective marketing tool. Vendors use attractive graphic designs for tea packages to attract a larger number of consumers,” says Manjunath.

Carbonated RTD tea manufacturers are coming up with innovative packaging to increase the shelf life of their products and also to grab the attention of consumers. For instance, Talking Rain rolled out a new packaging design for its zero-calorie sparkling ice teas, which features bold colors and bright fonts. Vendors are also using sustainable packaging to appeal to more consumers.

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Become a Technavio Insights member and access all three of these reports for a fraction of their original cost. As a Technavio Insights member, you will have immediate access to new reports as they’re published in addition to all 6,000+ existing reports covering segments like alcoholic beverages, food, and food service. This subscription nets you thousands in savings, while staying connected to Technavio’s constant transforming research library, helping you make informed business decisions more efficiently.

About Technavio

Technavio is a leading global technology research and advisory company. The company develops over 2000 pieces of research every year, covering more than 500 technologies across 80 countries. Technavio has about 300 analysts globally who specialize in customized consulting and business research assignments across the latest leading edge technologies.

Technavio analysts employ primary as well as secondary research techniques to ascertain the size and vendor landscape in a range of markets. Analysts obtain information using a combination of bottom-up and top-down approaches, besides using in-house market modeling tools and proprietary databases. They corroborate this data with the data obtained from various market participants and stakeholders across the value chain, including vendors, service providers, distributors, resellers, and end-users.

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JRJR Networks Receives Approval of Plan Submitted to NYSE to Regain Compliancy Pursuant to Section 1003

DALLAS, March 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- JRjr33, Inc., doing business as JRJR Networks [NYSE MKT: JRJR] today announced it has received approval from the New York Stock Exchange MKT (the "NYSE") regarding the plan it submitted for regaining compliance with Section 1003(a)(i), Section 1003(a)(ii) and Section 1003(a)(iii) of the NYSE MKT continued listing standards.

As previously disclosed, the Company received notification from the NYSE that the Company was not in compliance with the listing requirements set forth in the above referenced Sections requiring the Company to maintain a minimum level of shareholders equity of $6 million. Pursuant to the notification from the NYSE, the Company filed a plan on February 9, 2017 (the "Plan") outlining among other things its plans and initiatives to regain compliance within the next 18 months. 

The Company was notified on March 17, 2017 that the NYSE has reviewed the Plan submitted by the Company and has accepted the Plan and has extended the time to gain compliance with the continued listing standards until July 10, 2018. The NYSE also notified the Company it will review the Plan periodically, including quarterly updates from the Company, for compliance and achievement of the initiatives set forth by the Company. 

About JRJR Networks (www.jrjrnetworks.com)

JRJR Networks is a growing platform of direct-to-consumer brands. Within JRJR Networks, each company retains its separate identity, sales force, product line and compensation plan, while JRJR Networks seeks synergies and efficiencies in operational areas. JRJR Networks companies currently include The Longaberger Company, a 42-year old maker of hand-crafted baskets and other home decor items; Your Inspiration At Home, an award-winning maker of hand-crafted spices and other gourmet food items from around the world; Tomboy Tools, a direct seller of tools designed for women; Agel Enterprises, a global seller of nutritional products in gel form as well as a skin care line, operating in 50 countries; Paperly, which offers a line of custom stationery and other personalized products; Uppercase Living, which offers a line of customizable vinyl expressions for display on walls in the home; Kleeneze, a 95-year old UK-based catalog seller of cleaning, health, beauty, home, outdoor and a variety of other products, and Betterware, a UK-based home catalog seller. JRJR Networks also includes Happenings, a lifestyle publication and marketing company.

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements:

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All statements other than statements of historical fact contained in this press release are forward-looking statements. In some cases, forward-looking statements can be identified by terminology such as "anticipate," "believe," "can," "continue," "could," "estimate," "expect," "intend," "may," "plan," "potential," "predict," "project," "should," or "will" or the negative of these terms or other comparable terminology and include statements regarding the Company's ability to regain compliance with the NYSE MKT continued listing standards by July 10, 2018, opportunities under review and the continued enhancement of the brand and business model.  These forward-looking statements are based on management's expectations and assumptions as of the date of this press release and are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, many of which are difficult to predict that could cause actual results to differ materially from current expectations and assumptions from those set forth or implied by any forward-looking statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from current expectations include, among others, our ability to regain compliance with the continued listing standards by July 10, 2018, our ability to comply with other continued listing requirements of the NYSE MKT, our ability to expand leadership activities in support of our sales, our ability to continue to grow, our ability to integrate the entities that we have acquired, our ability to strengthen our internal controls and the other risks outlined under "Risk Factors" in our Annual Report on Form 10-K for our fiscal year ended December 31, 2015 and our other filings with the SEC, including subsequent reports on Forms 10-Q and 8-K. The information in this release is provided only as of the date of this release, and we undertake no obligation to update any forward-looking statements contained in this release on account of new information, future events, or otherwise, except as required by law.

Contact:

Investor Relations: Tucker Gagen (tucker.gagen@jrjrnetworks.com)

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OSHA, Nebraska alliance members to train, protect workers in meat-packing, other industries from common workplace hazards


U.S. Department of Labor

Please note: As of January 20, 2017, information in some news releases may be out of date or not reflect current policies.

March 22, 2017

OSHA, Nebraska alliance members to train, protect workers
in meat-packing, other industries from common workplace hazards

Participants:
U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration
U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Nebraska Safety Council
Nebraska Safety Council
Great Plains Safety and Health Organization
Great Plains Safety and Health Organization
National Safety Council Nebraska
National Safety Council Nebraska

Alliance: OSHA’s Omaha office, the Nebraska Safety Council, Great Plains Safety and Health Organization, and National Safety Council Nebraska have formed an alliance to provide the meat-packing industry – and other industries in Nebraska – with information, guidance and access to training resources to help protect the safety and health of workers.

The alliance focuses on common workplace hazards in the meat-packing industry such as slips/trips/and falls, noise, energy control, machine guarding, electrical, process safety management, back injuries, repetitive motion disorders and other ergonomic-related hazards.

The alliance calls for OSHA and its partners to share best practices and review goals quarterly. Alliance members will convene and participate in forums, roundtable discussions or stakeholder meetings on workplace hazards, and work to forge innovative solutions in the workplace or to provide input on safety and health issues.

Duration: Two years.

Background: OSHA’s Alliance Program connects the agency with groups committed to worker safety and health in an effort to reduce workplace fatalities, injuries and illnesses. Groups include unions, consulates, trade or professional organizations, businesses, faith- and community-based organizations and educational institutions. Alliance members work together to develop compliance assistance tools and resources, share information with workers and employers, and educate workers and employers about their rights and responsibilities under the Occupational Safety and Health Act.

Quote: “Workplace safety is achieved when everyone works together to recognize hazards and follow safety protocols and procedures,” said Jeff Funke, OSHA’s area director in Omaha. “OSHA has found an alliance like this sets the standard for sharing best practices, educating employers and workers and ensuring that safety is not compromised on the job.”

Media Contacts:

Scott Allen, 312-353-4727, allen.scott@dol.gov
Rhonda Burke, 312-353-6976, burke.rhonda@dol.gov

Release Number: 17-340-KAN


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CLC sees skills training, infrastructure and child care as budget highlights

OTTAWA, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – March 22, 2017) – The Canadian Labour Congress says today’s federal budget takes positive steps on a few key issues for working Canadians and their communities.

„We are pleased to see today’s budget invest in several key areas that unions have long championed, including infrastructure, skills training, and child care,” said Canadian Labour Congress President Hassan Yussuff.

„By investing in skills training and infrastructure, including $11 billion in support of a National Housing Strategy, this budget lays the foundation for the creation of good jobs with a social benefit. It also sets the stage for an ongoing, constructive dialogue between government, unions and employer groups to advance skills training in this country,” Yussuff said.

However, Yussuff noted concerns with the establishment of a new Canada Infrastructure Bank, designed to facilitate private investment in public infrastructure, even though reports consistently show these P3 projects are more costly and offer lower-quality jobs and services.

„Government must ensure public infrastructure is publicly financed and operated. We do not need more of the same private-public partnerships that short-change workers and communities,” Yussuff said.

Child care is another issue that has been a top priority for unions for many years, and Yussuff said he was pleased to see the government commit multi-year funding ($7 billion over 10 years) under a national child care framework. This includes 40,000 new subsidized child-care spaces for low- and modest-income families.

„This is an important step in the process towards quality, accessible child care for all Canadian families. Next, the federal, provincial and territorial governments must work to ensure increased funding that is tied to the principles of the Shared Framework on child care,” Yussuff said.

Unions are pleased to see Budget 2017 commit to measures to strengthen Canada’s trade remedy system, including amendments to ensure that unions have the right to participate as interested parties in trade remedy proceedings. Unions will continue to push to ensure unions can also file complaints to initiate proceedings.

However, the CLC expressed disappointment on other issues that impact Canadian workers. First, Employment Insurance, which will continue to leave too many unemployed Canadians behind due to very strict eligibility requirements and inadequate benefits.

Second, on the issue of health care, the CLC welcomes today’s investments in mental health and home care, but had been hoping to see the government commit to stable and long-term health care funding under a national health accord. Unfortunately, this budget maintains the Harper government’s reduction in the Canada Health Transfer, which ensures continued underfunding of the health care system as a whole.

Finally, unions were disappointed that Budget 2017 did not improve the Working Income Tax Benefit, which means it will continue to remain inaccessible for full time, minimum-wage workers.

New Water Filtration System Certified to Reduce More Contaminants Than any Other Brand, Launches in Canada on World Water Day, With Event Featuring Dr. David Suzuki & TerraCycle

Environmental stewardship program with TerraCycle is formally introduced, and individual responsibility for caring for the environment and water is encouraged by Dr. David Suzuki at official launch event

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – March 22, 2017) –

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PUR Water Filter Systems, from Helen of Troy Health and Home, officially launches in Canada today at an event featuring Dr. David Suzuki discussing the individual responsibility each Canadian has to the environment, and more specifically, water quality. PUR also launches its environmental stewardship and recycling program in conjunction with TerraCycle.

The next generation of PUR water filtration systems are certified to remove 99% of lead from drinking water. PUR launches two categories today as follows:

  1. PUR Ultimate Pitcher Filtration System with Lead Reduction in 7-cup and 11-cup formats, plus respective filters. PUR pitchers are certified by WQA (Water Quality Association) to remove 14 contaminants including 99% of lead, 96% of mercury and 92% of certain pesticides, more than any other brand. 1
  1. PUR Advanced Faucet Filtration System, plus respective filter. PUR faucet filters are certified to remove over 70 contaminants including 99% of lead, 96% of mercury and 92% of certain pesticides, more than any other brand. 1

PUR pitcher and faucet water filtration systems feature MAXION® Filter Technology; PUR’s unique formulation approach for blending carbon and ion exchange materials for maximum contaminant reduction. PUR’s water filtration systems are certified by both the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) and WQA to remove 99% of lead in drinking water.

„Drinking water takes a long journey when it leaves local treatment facilities and it’s often not as clean once it gets to home faucets,” advises Mr. Michael Mitchell, Director of Advanced Technologies for Helen of Troy Health and Home. According to Health Canada, Canadian Water Network and Canadian Water Quality Association, a majority of water infrastructures are aging and that increases the risk for contaminants such as lead, mercury, chlorine, pollutants, pesticides, and microbial cysts. 2,3,4

Kevin Wong, Executive Director of Canadian Water Quality Association confirms traces of these contaminants are found in regular municipal drinking water. „CWQA has been championing testing and establishing guidelines for safe drinking water with all levels of government for many years,” said Mr. Wong.

MAXION® Filter Technology, empowers consumers to care for their water with an affordable solution (pitchers and faucet filtration systems) to provide healthier, great-tasting water and peace of mind. However, when it comes to the PUR Advanced Faucet Filtration system, it features PUR MineralClear®, which filters water over natural minerals for a crisp, refreshing taste, plus it removes 10x more contaminants than the leading brand water pitcher. 5

Mr. Mitchell concludes, „The MAXION filtration system is an industry leading technology that reduces contaminants that may be found in drinking water. For example, PUR’s pitchers reduce 14 contaminants, and the faucet filtration systems reduce over 70 contaminants. Both the pitcher and faucet filter systems are certified to remove 99% of lead, plus the taste and odour of chlorine”.

According to Dr. David Suzuki, it’s becoming more important for the individual to care not only for the environment, but to take action on a personal level. Dr. Suzuki’s latest research and work dedicated to the challenge of the 21st century and setting the bottom-line in the anthropocene, reveals that humans have a dependence on clean air and water, and that the web of all of life on earth is responsible for cleansing, replenishing and creating air and water amongst other factors. More insights from his speech from the event, are available via b-roll video adjoined to this release.

PUR takes environmental stewardship very seriously, and in addition to creating an industry leading water filtration system, has gone one step further by partnering with TerraCylce, with a national recycling program, to help consumers reduce the impact of the water filtration system and product packaging on the environment. The PUR Recycling Program is open to any interested individual, school, office, or community organization. Participation is as easy as signing up on the TerraCylce website (www.terracycle.ca). Upon registering, TerraCycle then sends pre-paid shipping labels to the end user to send back waste, and uses it to up-cycle, recycle, and even creates art with it!

The new PUR Ultimate Pitcher and PUR Advanced Faucet Filtration systems are available at Home Hardware, London Drugs, and Linen Chest, at the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $29.99 for the 7-cup pitcher, $39.99 for the 11-cup pitcher, $49.99 for the faucet filtration system, and replacement filters start at $16.99.

For more information about PUR water filtration systems or PUR’s MAXION® Filter Technology, visit PURwater.ca.

  1. As of 13/03/17 NSF + WOA Certification comparison valid for faucet mount and pour-through filters in Canada
  2. Water Talk: Reducing Your Exposure to Lead from Drinking Water, Health Canada. Retrieved from http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ewh-semt/pubs/water-eau/lead-plomb-eng.php
  3. Canadian Water Network. Retreived from http://www.cwn-rce.ca/reports/
  4. Confirmation from CWOA (Canadian Water Quality Association)
  5. Valid as of 14/03/17. Based on comparison of PUR faucet mount filter Model PFF991C vs. Brita pitcher filter Model OB03 in Canada

About PUR

Marketed by the Health and Home division of Helen of Troy Limited (NASDAQ NM: HELE), PUR® is a technically advanced brand in the at-home water filtration category for faucet water filters, water pitchers, and replacement filters. MAXION® Filter Technology is PUR’s commitment to superior filtration performance and innovation, by using activated carbon and ion exchange. It is certified to reduce more contaminants than any other brand. Certififed by NSF International and the Water Quality Association for their contamination reduction, PUR’s water faucet filters are certified to reduce over 70 contaminants including 99% of lead, 96% of mercury and 92% of certain pesticides while their water filter pitchers are certified by WQA to remove 99% of lead, 96% of mercury and 92% of certain industrial pollutants. For more information about PUR, please visit www.PURwater.ca.

About Helen of Troy Limited

Helen of Troy Limited is a leading global consumer products company offering creative solutions for its customers through a strong portfolio of well-recognized and widely-trusted brands, including OXO®, OXO Tot®, Hydro Flask®, Vicks®, Braun®, Febreeze®; Revlon®, Pro Beauty Tools®, Sure®, Pert®, Infusium23®, Brut®, Ammens®, Hot Tools®, Bed Head®, Dr. Sinatra®, Dr. David Williams, and Dr. Whitaker®. All trademarks herein belong to Helen of Troy Limited (or its affiliates) and/or are used under license from their respective licensors. For more information about Helen of Troy Limited, please visit www.hotus.com.

About TerraCycle

TerraCycle is a Progressive Waste Solutions partner, takes difficult-to-recycle packaging and turns it into affordable & innovative products. Founded in 2001, TerraCycle is the world leader in the collection and reuse of non-recyclable postconsumer waste. It repurposes the waste into sustainable, affordable materials and consumer products. In 21 countries, the waste is collected through programs that donate money to schools and charities. To learn more, visit www.terracycle.ca.

About Dr. David Suzuki

Dr. David Suzuki is one of the world’s most recognizable and influential Environmentalists. In a long and distinguished public career, Dr. Suzuki has raised public consciousness about environmental issues and inspired massive efforts to preserve and protect our natural world. Dr. Suzuki is a scientist, broadcaster, author, and co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation. He is Companion to the Order of Canada and a recipient of UNESCO’s Kalinga Prize for science, the United Nations Environment Program medal, the 2012 Inamori Ethics Prize, the 2009 Right Livelihood Award, and UNEP’s Global 500; and was named one of Canada’s Greatest Explorers by Canadian Geographic. Dr. Suzuki is Professor Emeritus at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver and holds 28 honorary degrees from universities around the world. He is familiar to television audiences as host of the CBC science and natural history television series The Nature of Things, and to radio audiences as the original host of CBC Radio’s Quirks and Quarks, as well as the acclaimed series It’s a Matter of Survival and From Naked Ape to Superspecies. Full BIO can be found in press kit.

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Nouveaux systèmes de filtration d’eau PUR certifiés comme éliminant 99 % du plomb – Journée mondiale de l’eau lancée à Toronto (22 mars 2017) en présence du Dr David Suzuki et de TerraCycle

PUR profite de l’événement pour présenter officiellement son programme de gérance environnementale créé en partenariat avec TerraCycle et David Suzuki encourage chacun à se mobiliser pour la protection de l’environnement et de l’eau

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – 22 mars 2017) –

Note aux rédacteurs : Une vidéo b-roll est associée à ce communiqué de presse et une photo accompagnant ce communiqué sera disponible sur le fil photo de la Presse Canadienne via Marketwired.

La société de systèmes de filtration d’eau PUR, membre de Helen of Troy Health and Home, a officiellement été lancée aujourd’hui au Canada dans le cadre d’un événement auquel participait David Suzuki. M. Suzuki a insisté sur la responsabilité individuelle des Canadiens à l’égard de l’environnement en général et de la qualité de l’eau en particulier. PUR a également présenté son programme de gérance environnementale et de recyclage créé en partenariat avec TerraCycle.

La nouvelle génération de systèmes de filtration d’eau PUR est certifiée comme éliminant 99 % du plomb contenu dans l’eau potable. Deux types de produits PUR ont été lancés aujourd’hui :

  1. Système de filtration Ultimate de PUR éliminant le plomb, pour pichets de 7 et de 11 tasses, et filtres de rechange. Les pichets PUR sont certifiés par la WQA (Water Quality Association) comme éliminant 14 contaminants, dont 99 % du plomb, 96 % du mercure et 92 % de certains pesticides, soit plus que toute autre marque1.
  1. Système de filtration sur robinet Advanced de PUR, et filtres de rechange. Les filtres PUR sur robinet sont certifiés comme éliminant 70 contaminants, dont 99 % du plomb, 96 % du mercure et 92 % de certains pesticides, soit plus que toute autre marque1.

Les systèmes de filtration pour pichet ou sur robinet PUR utilisent la technologie MAXIONMD qui repose sur une combinaison unique de charbon actif et de matériaux d’échange d’ions afin d’éliminer le plus de contaminants possible. Ils sont certifiés par la National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) et la WQA comme éliminant 99 % du plomb contenu dans l’eau potable.

« L’eau potable suit un long parcours entre l’usine de traitement locale et le robinet de la maison; elle peut se détériorer en cours de route, » affirme M. Michael Mitchell, directeur, Nouvelles technologies chez Helen of Troy Health and Home. Santé Canada, le Réseau canadien de l’eau et l’Association canadienne pour la qualité de l’eau s’entendent pour affirmer que la vétusté de la plupart des infrastructures de l’eau accroît le risque de présence de contaminants tels que le plomb, le mercure et le chlore, ainsi que d’autres polluants, pesticides et sporocystes microbiens dans l’eau potable2,3,4.

Kevin Wong, directeur général de l’Association canadienne pour la qualité de l’eau, confirme que des traces de ces contaminants ont été décelées dans l’eau potable ordinaire provenant des usines municipales. « Depuis de nombreuses années, l’ACQE s’emploie à effectuer des tests et milite auprès de tous les niveaux de gouvernement pour faire adopter des lignes directrices sur la salubrité de l’eau », indique M. Wong.

La technologie de filtration MAXIONMD offre une solution abordable (pichets et dispositifs sur robinet) qui permet au consommateur d’améliorer la qualité de son eau et assure sa tranquillité d’esprit en lui procurant une eau plus saine et au bon goût. Le système de filtration sur robinet Advanced de PUR fait appel à la technologie MineralClearMD qui filtre l’eau à travers des minéraux naturels afin d’offrir une saveur vive et rafraîchissante tout en éliminant 10 fois plus de contaminants que le pichet de la marque la plus populaire5.

M. Mitchell conclut : « La technologie de pointe du système de filtration MAXION réduit les contaminants qui pourraient se trouver dans l’eau potable. Ainsi, les pichets PUR agissent sur plus de 14 contaminants, et le système de filtration sur robinet, sur plus de 70. Les deux systèmes sont certifiés comme éliminant 99 % du plomb, en plus d’enlever le goût et l’odeur du chlore. »

Selon David Suzuki, chaque individu a la responsabilité non seulement de se préoccuper de l’environnement, mais également de prendre des mesures concrètes pour le protéger. Les plus récents travaux et études de M. Suzuki qui portent sur le défi du 21e siècle et l’importance de tirer des leçons en cette ère de l’anthropocène, révèlent que les humains sont dépendants de l’air et de l’eau et que tous les éléments participant à la vie sur terre ont un rôle à jouer dans la purification, le renouvellement et la création de ces ressources essentielles. D’autres faits saillants de l’allocution prononcée par M. Suzuki lors de l’événement sont présentés dans la vidéo (rouleau B) jointe au présent communiqué.

PUR prend la gérance environnementale très au sérieux. En plus de créer des systèmes de filtration de très haute qualité, l’entreprise s’est associée avec TerraCycle, dans le cadre d’un programme de recyclage national visant à aider les citoyens à réduire l’impact des systèmes de filtration et du matériel d’emballage sur l’environnement. Le programme de recyclage de PUR est offert à toute personne, école, entreprise ou organisation communautaire intéressée. Il suffit de s’inscrire sur le site Web de TerraCycle (www.terracycle.ca). L’utilisateur final reçoit des étiquettes d’expédition prépayées pour le retour des déchets qui seront recyclés ou transcyclés et pourraient même servir à la création d’œuvres d’art!

Les pichets Ultimate et le système de filtration sur robinet Advanced de PUR sont offerts chez Home Hardware, London Drugs et Linen Chest, au prix de détail suggéré de 29,99 $ (pichet de 7 tasses), 39,99 $ (pichet de 11 tasses), 49,99 $ (dispositif sur robinet) et 16,99 $ (filtres de rechange).

Pour obtenir plus d’information sur les systèmes de filtration d’eau ou la technologie MAXIONMD de PUR, visitez le site PURwater.ca.

  1. Information valide en date du 14 mars 2017, d’après une comparaison de certification de la WQA visant les systèmes de filtration sur robinet et les filtres pour pichets au Canada.
  2. Parlons d’eau : Comment réduire votre exposition au plomb dans l’eau potable. Extrait tiré de : http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ewh-semt/pubs/water-eau/lead-plomb-fra.php
  3. Réseau canadien de l’eau. Extrait tiré de : http://www.cwn-rce.ca/reports/
  4. Confirmation de l’ACQE (Association canadienne pour la qualité de l’eau).
  5. Information valide en date du 14 mars 2017, d’après une comparaison du système de filtration sur robinet PUR (modèle PFF991C) et du filtre pour pichet Brita (modèle OB03) offert au Canada.

À propos de PUR

Commercialisée par la division Health and Home de Helen of Troy Limited (NASDAQ NM: HELE), PURMD est une marque novatrice dans le secteur de la filtration d’eau à domicile en ce qui concerne les filtres sur robinet, les pichets et les filtres de rechange. Alliant performance et innovation, la technologie de filtration MAXIONMD de PUR utilise le charbon actif et l’échange d’ions pour offrir une filtration supérieure et éliminer davantage de contaminants que toute autre marque. Les systèmes de filtration sur robinet PUR sont certifiés par NSF International et la Water Quality Association (WQA) comme réduisant les niveaux de plus de 70 contaminants, soit 99 % du plomb, 96 % du mercure et 92 % de certains pesticides. Les filtres pour pichets sont certifiés par la WQA comme éliminant 99 % du plomb, 96 % du mercure et 92 % de certains polluants industriels. Pour en savoir plus sur PUR, consultez le site www.PURwater.ca.

À propos de Helen of Troy Limited

Société mondiale de premier plan spécialisée dans les produits de consommation, Helen of Troy Limited offre à ses clients des solutions créatives par l’entremise d’un large éventail de marques de confiance reconnues, dont OXOMD, OXO TotMD, Hydro FlaskMD, VicksMD, BraunMD, FebreezeMD; RevlonMD, Pro Beauty ToolsMD, SureMD, PertMD, Infusium23MD, BrutMD, AmmensMD, Hot ToolsMD, Bed HeadMD, Dr. SinatraMD, Dr. David Williams et Dr. WhitakerMD. Toutes les marques mentionnées appartiennent à Helen of Troy Limited (ou à ses sociétés affiliées) et/ou sont utilisées sous licence avec la permission des concédants respectifs. Pour en savoir plus sur Helen of Troy, consultez le site www.hotus.com.

À propos de TerraCycle

Partenaire aux idées progressistes en matière de traitement des déchets, TerraCycle transforme des produits généralement considérés comme non recyclables en nouveaux produits abordables et novateurs. L’entreprise fondée en 2001 est considérée comme le chef de file mondial dans la collecte et la réutilisation des produits non recyclables et des déchets de consommation. Elle donne une nouvelle vie aux déchets en créant des matériaux et des produits de consommation durables et peu coûteux. TerraCycle recueille et transforme des déchets dans 21 pays dans le cadre de programmes qui soutiennent des écoles et des organismes caritatifs. Pour en savoir plus sur TerraCycle, consultez le site www.terracycle.ca.

À propos de David Suzuki

Environnementaliste de renommée internationale, David Suzuki a consacré sa longue et brillante carrière à sensibiliser le public aux questions environnementales et à mobiliser d’intenses efforts en vue de préserver et de protéger notre milieu naturel. Scientifique, diffuseur, auteur et cofondateur de la Fondation David Suzuki, M. Suzuki est Compagnon de l’Ordre du Canada et récipiendaire du prix Kalinga pour la science de l’UNESCO, de la médaille du Programme des Nations Unies pour l’environnement, du prix Inamori d’éthique 2012, du Right Livelihood Award 2009 et du prix pour l’environnement Global 500 du PNUE, en plus de faire partie du palmarès des grands explorateurs du Canada de Canadian Geographic. Professeur émérite à l’Université de la Colombie-Britannique à Vancouver, il a reçu 28 doctorats honorifiques d’universités du monde entier. Les téléspectateurs le connaissent comme l’hôte de la série télévisée traitant de science et d’histoire naturelle The Nature of Things, présentée par la CBC. Il a également créé la série Quirks and Quarks diffusée à la radio anglaise de Radio-Canada, ainsi que les séries documentaires remarquées It’s a Matter of Survival et From Naked Ape to Superspecies. Sa biographie détaillée se trouve dans le dossier de presse.

Pour voir la vidéo b-roll associée à ce communiqué, veuillez consulter les lien suivants :

Lien pour la diffusion

https://app.frame.io/f/v2dDVnsZ

En ligne :

https://app.frame.io/f/28vYmUEA

Pour voir la photo associée à ce communiqué, veuillez consulter le lien suivant : http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/CPiPUR0322f.jpg

Nouveaux systèmes de filtration d’eau PUR certifiés comme éliminant 99 % du plomb – Journée mondiale de l’eau lancée à Toronto (22 mars 2017) en présence du Dr David Suzuki et de TerraCycle

PUR profite de l’événement pour présenter officiellement son programme de gérance environnementale créé en partenariat avec TerraCycle et David Suzuki encourage chacun à se mobiliser pour la protection de l’environnement et de l’eau

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – 22 mars 2017) –

Note aux rédacteurs : Une vidéo b-roll est associée à ce communiqué de presse et une photo accompagnant ce communiqué sera disponible sur le fil photo de la Presse Canadienne via Marketwired.

La société de systèmes de filtration d’eau PUR, membre de Helen of Troy Health and Home, a officiellement été lancée aujourd’hui au Canada dans le cadre d’un événement auquel participait David Suzuki. M. Suzuki a insisté sur la responsabilité individuelle des Canadiens à l’égard de l’environnement en général et de la qualité de l’eau en particulier. PUR a également présenté son programme de gérance environnementale et de recyclage créé en partenariat avec TerraCycle.

La nouvelle génération de systèmes de filtration d’eau PUR est certifiée comme éliminant 99 % du plomb contenu dans l’eau potable. Deux types de produits PUR ont été lancés aujourd’hui :

  1. Système de filtration Ultimate de PUR éliminant le plomb, pour pichets de 7 et de 11 tasses, et filtres de rechange. Les pichets PUR sont certifiés par la WQA (Water Quality Association) comme éliminant 14 contaminants, dont 99 % du plomb, 96 % du mercure et 92 % de certains pesticides, soit plus que toute autre marque1.
  1. Système de filtration sur robinet Advanced de PUR, et filtres de rechange. Les filtres PUR sur robinet sont certifiés comme éliminant 70 contaminants, dont 99 % du plomb, 96 % du mercure et 92 % de certains pesticides, soit plus que toute autre marque1.

Les systèmes de filtration pour pichet ou sur robinet PUR utilisent la technologie MAXIONMD qui repose sur une combinaison unique de charbon actif et de matériaux d’échange d’ions afin d’éliminer le plus de contaminants possible. Ils sont certifiés par la National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) et la WQA comme éliminant 99 % du plomb contenu dans l’eau potable.

« L’eau potable suit un long parcours entre l’usine de traitement locale et le robinet de la maison; elle peut se détériorer en cours de route, » affirme M. Michael Mitchell, directeur, Nouvelles technologies chez Helen of Troy Health and Home. Santé Canada, le Réseau canadien de l’eau et l’Association canadienne pour la qualité de l’eau s’entendent pour affirmer que la vétusté de la plupart des infrastructures de l’eau accroît le risque de présence de contaminants tels que le plomb, le mercure et le chlore, ainsi que d’autres polluants, pesticides et sporocystes microbiens dans l’eau potable2,3,4.

Kevin Wong, directeur général de l’Association canadienne pour la qualité de l’eau, confirme que des traces de ces contaminants ont été décelées dans l’eau potable ordinaire provenant des usines municipales. « Depuis de nombreuses années, l’ACQE s’emploie à effectuer des tests et milite auprès de tous les niveaux de gouvernement pour faire adopter des lignes directrices sur la salubrité de l’eau », indique M. Wong.

La technologie de filtration MAXIONMD offre une solution abordable (pichets et dispositifs sur robinet) qui permet au consommateur d’améliorer la qualité de son eau et assure sa tranquillité d’esprit en lui procurant une eau plus saine et au bon goût. Le système de filtration sur robinet Advanced de PUR fait appel à la technologie MineralClearMD qui filtre l’eau à travers des minéraux naturels afin d’offrir une saveur vive et rafraîchissante tout en éliminant 10 fois plus de contaminants que le pichet de la marque la plus populaire5.

M. Mitchell conclut : « La technologie de pointe du système de filtration MAXION réduit les contaminants qui pourraient se trouver dans l’eau potable. Ainsi, les pichets PUR agissent sur plus de 14 contaminants, et le système de filtration sur robinet, sur plus de 70. Les deux systèmes sont certifiés comme éliminant 99 % du plomb, en plus d’enlever le goût et l’odeur du chlore. »

Selon David Suzuki, chaque individu a la responsabilité non seulement de se préoccuper de l’environnement, mais également de prendre des mesures concrètes pour le protéger. Les plus récents travaux et études de M. Suzuki qui portent sur le défi du 21e siècle et l’importance de tirer des leçons en cette ère de l’anthropocène, révèlent que les humains sont dépendants de l’air et de l’eau et que tous les éléments participant à la vie sur terre ont un rôle à jouer dans la purification, le renouvellement et la création de ces ressources essentielles. D’autres faits saillants de l’allocution prononcée par M. Suzuki lors de l’événement sont présentés dans la vidéo (rouleau B) jointe au présent communiqué.

PUR prend la gérance environnementale très au sérieux. En plus de créer des systèmes de filtration de très haute qualité, l’entreprise s’est associée avec TerraCycle, dans le cadre d’un programme de recyclage national visant à aider les citoyens à réduire l’impact des systèmes de filtration et du matériel d’emballage sur l’environnement. Le programme de recyclage de PUR est offert à toute personne, école, entreprise ou organisation communautaire intéressée. Il suffit de s’inscrire sur le site Web de TerraCycle (www.terracycle.ca). L’utilisateur final reçoit des étiquettes d’expédition prépayées pour le retour des déchets qui seront recyclés ou transcyclés et pourraient même servir à la création d’œuvres d’art!

Les pichets Ultimate et le système de filtration sur robinet Advanced de PUR sont offerts chez Home Hardware, London Drugs et Linen Chest, au prix de détail suggéré de 29,99 $ (pichet de 7 tasses), 39,99 $ (pichet de 11 tasses), 49,99 $ (dispositif sur robinet) et 16,99 $ (filtres de rechange).

Pour obtenir plus d’information sur les systèmes de filtration d’eau ou la technologie MAXIONMD de PUR, visitez le site PURwater.ca.

  1. Information valide en date du 14 mars 2017, d’après une comparaison de certification de la WQA visant les systèmes de filtration sur robinet et les filtres pour pichets au Canada.
  2. Parlons d’eau : Comment réduire votre exposition au plomb dans l’eau potable. Extrait tiré de : http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ewh-semt/pubs/water-eau/lead-plomb-fra.php
  3. Réseau canadien de l’eau. Extrait tiré de : http://www.cwn-rce.ca/reports/
  4. Confirmation de l’ACQE (Association canadienne pour la qualité de l’eau).
  5. Information valide en date du 14 mars 2017, d’après une comparaison du système de filtration sur robinet PUR (modèle PFF991C) et du filtre pour pichet Brita (modèle OB03) offert au Canada.

À propos de PUR

Commercialisée par la division Health and Home de Helen of Troy Limited (NASDAQ NM: HELE), PURMD est une marque novatrice dans le secteur de la filtration d’eau à domicile en ce qui concerne les filtres sur robinet, les pichets et les filtres de rechange. Alliant performance et innovation, la technologie de filtration MAXIONMD de PUR utilise le charbon actif et l’échange d’ions pour offrir une filtration supérieure et éliminer davantage de contaminants que toute autre marque. Les systèmes de filtration sur robinet PUR sont certifiés par NSF International et la Water Quality Association (WQA) comme réduisant les niveaux de plus de 70 contaminants, soit 99 % du plomb, 96 % du mercure et 92 % de certains pesticides. Les filtres pour pichets sont certifiés par la WQA comme éliminant 99 % du plomb, 96 % du mercure et 92 % de certains polluants industriels. Pour en savoir plus sur PUR, consultez le site www.PURwater.ca.

À propos de Helen of Troy Limited

Société mondiale de premier plan spécialisée dans les produits de consommation, Helen of Troy Limited offre à ses clients des solutions créatives par l’entremise d’un large éventail de marques de confiance reconnues, dont OXOMD, OXO TotMD, Hydro FlaskMD, VicksMD, BraunMD, FebreezeMD; RevlonMD, Pro Beauty ToolsMD, SureMD, PertMD, Infusium23MD, BrutMD, AmmensMD, Hot ToolsMD, Bed HeadMD, Dr. SinatraMD, Dr. David Williams et Dr. WhitakerMD. Toutes les marques mentionnées appartiennent à Helen of Troy Limited (ou à ses sociétés affiliées) et/ou sont utilisées sous licence avec la permission des concédants respectifs. Pour en savoir plus sur Helen of Troy, consultez le site www.hotus.com.

À propos de TerraCycle

Partenaire aux idées progressistes en matière de traitement des déchets, TerraCycle transforme des produits généralement considérés comme non recyclables en nouveaux produits abordables et novateurs. L’entreprise fondée en 2001 est considérée comme le chef de file mondial dans la collecte et la réutilisation des produits non recyclables et des déchets de consommation. Elle donne une nouvelle vie aux déchets en créant des matériaux et des produits de consommation durables et peu coûteux. TerraCycle recueille et transforme des déchets dans 21 pays dans le cadre de programmes qui soutiennent des écoles et des organismes caritatifs. Pour en savoir plus sur TerraCycle, consultez le site www.terracycle.ca.

À propos de David Suzuki

Environnementaliste de renommée internationale, David Suzuki a consacré sa longue et brillante carrière à sensibiliser le public aux questions environnementales et à mobiliser d’intenses efforts en vue de préserver et de protéger notre milieu naturel. Scientifique, diffuseur, auteur et cofondateur de la Fondation David Suzuki, M. Suzuki est Compagnon de l’Ordre du Canada et récipiendaire du prix Kalinga pour la science de l’UNESCO, de la médaille du Programme des Nations Unies pour l’environnement, du prix Inamori d’éthique 2012, du Right Livelihood Award 2009 et du prix pour l’environnement Global 500 du PNUE, en plus de faire partie du palmarès des grands explorateurs du Canada de Canadian Geographic. Professeur émérite à l’Université de la Colombie-Britannique à Vancouver, il a reçu 28 doctorats honorifiques d’universités du monde entier. Les téléspectateurs le connaissent comme l’hôte de la série télévisée traitant de science et d’histoire naturelle The Nature of Things, présentée par la CBC. Il a également créé la série Quirks and Quarks diffusée à la radio anglaise de Radio-Canada, ainsi que les séries documentaires remarquées It’s a Matter of Survival et From Naked Ape to Superspecies. Sa biographie détaillée se trouve dans le dossier de presse.

Pour voir la vidéo b-roll associée à ce communiqué, veuillez consulter les lien suivants :

Lien pour la diffusion

https://app.frame.io/f/v2dDVnsZ

En ligne :

https://app.frame.io/f/28vYmUEA

Pour voir la photo associée à ce communiqué, veuillez consulter le lien suivant : http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/CPiPUR0322f.jpg

Biopreservation Market Deep Research Study with Forecast by 2025

Albany, NY — (SBWIRE) — 03/22/2017 — Global Biopreservation Market: Overview

Biopreservation involves maintaining the functionality and integrity of cells, tissues, and organs outside their natural environment for an extended period of storage at different temperatures. For instance, vaccines save 3 million lives every year in the U.S, however, vaccines worth US$ 20 million are wasted each year due to inadequate storage and improper refrigeration.

Biopreservation safeguards the stability, purity, and quality of biospecimens saved in hospitals, biobanks, and gene banks. For instance, preservation of red blood cells (RBCs) is required for the ready availability of safe blood for blood transfusion needs. The biopreservation of RBCs for clinical purposes can be divided on the basis of techniques used to attain biologic stability and safeguard a viable state after extended storage times.

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Global Biopreservation Market: Key Trends

The major factors driving the global biopreservation market include increasing R&D expenditure, increasing number of sperm and egg banks, increasing demand for preserving the stem cells of newborns, and rising adoption of regenerative medicine.

Across the world, the increasing healthcare expenditure for health and well-being will stimulate the growth of the biopreservation market. This is because healthcare expenditure accounts for a significant part of the developmental budget of most countries. According to data from the World Bank, public healthcare spending is expected to rise at a substantially high rate, which along with a substantial healthcare spending will be an important driver for gene banks, hospitals, and biobanks, which are the key end-users of biopreservation market.

A large population afflicted with chronic disorders such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, cancer, and hypertension as well as lifestyle diseases will bolster the market’s growth. The increasing public and private spending on, medical goods and services, rising disposable income, increasing demand for biobanking services for the preservation of cells, tissues, and organs, and rising disposable income are also expected to further enhance the growth of the global biopreservation market.

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Global Biopreservation Market: Market Potential

In a recent development in the biopreservation industry, BioLife Solutions, a leading name in developing, manufacturing, and marketing of proprietary cell and tissue has entered into a ten year business supply agreement with Bellicum Pharmaceuticals. The latter is a leading name in the development of cellular immunotherapies for cancers and inherited blood disorders. On account of this supply agreement, BioLife’s CryoStor cell freeze media is incorporated into Bellicum’s production process for various cellular immunotherapies that targets blood cancers and solid tumors.

In another industry development, BioLife Solutions has entered into a partnership with transportation firm MNX and expects heightened demand for its biologistics services with the entry of more cell therapies into the clinic.

Global Biopreservation Market: Regional Outlook

The global biopreservation market can be analyzed with respect to the regional segments of North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World. In North America, the U.S. accounts for almost half the revenue of the region. This is due to the increasing demand for detection of chronic diseases, government stipulations for the ethical usage of biological samples, and introduction of newer of biopreservation methodologies.

Asia Pacific biopreservation market, driven by India and China will display a sustainable growth over the next couple of years

Global Biopreservation Market: Competitive Analysis

Some of the key companies operating in the global Biopreservation market include Thermo Fischer Scientific Inc., VWR Corporation, Lifeline Scientific Inc., BioCision LLC, Custom Biogenic Systems Inc., Princeton Cryotech Inc., Sigma-Aldrich Corporation, Biolife Solutions Inc., Cesca Therapeutics Inc., Core Dynamics Ltd., and So-Low Environmental Equipment Co. Inc.

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Top companies in the market are focused on mergers and acquisitions, practicing effective services, and develop new products to stay competitive in the biopreservation market. Expanding geographical reach and developing a broad product portfolio with respect to refrigerators, freezers, and consumables is also leading to the increased market share of some of the top players.

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