A low week for Kajaria Ceramics, Volkswagen adheres to CNG and more news
The last week observed a few ups and downs in diverse global industries. JSB Market Research’s new ThrowbackThursday series a new weekly update for its readers. Now, get a closer view of the market every week!
Uber is optimistic with Urban Air Mobility
As Uber enters the urban air mobility market, it plans out new strategies to make money from its ventures. With this, the UAM industry is likely to become competitive in a few years. Recent logistics market research reports value the market around USD 5.25 billion in 2018 with a growing CAGR of 11.34% over by the end of 2026.
A low week for Kajaria Ceramics
Despite the ceramic markets view greater growth, the last week for Kajaria Ceramics wasn’t a great one with a 9.14% fall in its price. How does the company plan to bounce back in the global advanced ceramics market poses a question. The latest global materials market research reports suggest bio-Ceramics will be the largest segment for ceramics in the next few years. It will be interesting to see how marketers plan to take it ahead in the industry.
Volkswagen adheres to CNG amidst electrified automotive industry
Although the automotive industry observes big talks of advancing electrification of fleets, Volkswagen Group sticks to CNG. The company pushes new projects with CNG as an alternative for decarbonizing road transport. The Volkswagen swot analysis 2019 analyzes the factors influencing the company’s strategies and plans more details about its widened product range.
Revlimid comes up in the Oncology blockbuster drug list
Revlimid, the thalidomide analog has come up in the list of Oncology Blockbuster Drugs Market with its annual sales increasing with 18.3%. As per the recent pharmaceuticals market research reports its sales had reached $9.685 billion in 2018.
Nokia boosts IoT for Agri-tech
With its Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING), Nokia works on a smart agri-tech program in Algerian smart agriculture industry. The program with offer data to Algerian farmers which will eventually help them gain better yields. This is one of the projects with new technology in agriculture in 2019.
– Written by Gauri Ludbe