EG A/S Agrees to Three-Year Extended Contract with Microsoft Partner ENAVATE



ENAVATE will provide ongoing consulting, strategy, upgrades, re-architecture, maintenance and Microsoft Dynamics implementation support to EG.

We are excited to continue this relationship with EG and to become their trusted partner providing resources for EG.”

— Thomas Ajspur, CEO of ENAVATE Holdings

DENVER, CO, USA, January 31, 2019 / — ENAVATE, a leading Microsoft Dynamics 365 provider, has announced that they have extended their contract with EG A/S, the leading Microsoft Dynamics partner in Scandinavia EG A/S.

The three-year agreement builds upon the success of a previous collaboration between ENAVATE and EG A/S, providing EG with resources to develop their Intellectual Property as well as supporting their Microsoft Dynamics 365 implementations. Under the terms of the new contract, ENAVATE will provide ongoing consulting, strategy, upgrades, re-architecture, maintenance and implementation support to EG. ENAVATE will also continue to support the sale of EG’s solutions for Microsoft Dynamics in North America.

“We are excited to continue this relationship with EG and to become their trusted partner providing resources for EG. At the same time, we will continue to sell and support EG’s extensive Dynamics portfolio of products in the North American market,” said Thomas Ajspur, CEO of ENAVATE Holdings LLC.

EG is among the strongest Microsoft Dynamics partners with more than 25 locations and 2,000 employees across Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Poland. With more than 35 years of experience, EG is a valued partner for its more than 12,500 customers. EG’s experience across logistics, industrial, construction, utility, oil and gas, and other markets complements ENAVATE’s deep industry expertise.

“Enavate has proven to be a valued partner with the successful completion of EG’s Healthcare suite,” said Bjarne Aarup, Executive Vice President at EG A/S, “Enavate made it easy for us to decide to continue our partnership for another three years as a key partner in building and selling Microsoft Dynamics 365 solutions.”

ENAVATE is a Microsoft Dynamics 365 partner committed to providing transformational software solutions and services to our partners and clients worldwide. ENAVATE partners with distribution companies in North America to implement, upgrade and make the most of Microsoft Dynamics 365 and AX software platforms; provides managed services to customers with Microsoft Dynamics; and partners with Microsoft Dynamics Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) globally to provide consulting, upgrades, re-architecture, maintenance and implementation support.

Visit to learn more. For more information, please contact Patric Timmermans, Director of Marketing, ENAVATE, at +1 (303) 324 4570 or email

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TrenData Closes 2018 with Record Sales and 100% Client Renewal Rate

Company increases bookings, wins enthusiastic, committed clients

DALLAS, TX, UNITED STATES, January 31, 2019 / — TrenData, a leading global provider of AI-driven people-analytics solutions, ended the year with its strongest quarter in company history. In addition, revenues for the full 2018 year also hit record levels, with the company signing such notable clients as Federal Realty, Healthgrades, and Quick and Clean Carwash, expanding both the client base and the industries TrenData supports.

In a clear indication of customer satisfaction and commitment, TrenData renewed 100% of its 2017 clients, with some signing up for expanded solutions with TrenData. Among the renewals was DuraServ, who increased their license count in response to substantial company growth and implemented a real-time data source feed through the ADP marketplace, where TrenData is now featured.

As part of the ADP marketplace, the biggest human capital management app store, TrenData’s solution is widely available to companies seeking tailored HR solutions that blend platforms and data.

In 2018, TrenData also joined the Deltek Product Marketplace, where strategic business partners share a commitment to providing the highest quality products and business services. Construction giant Adolphson-Peterson is among many companies employing TrenData’s people analytics software in conjunction with a Deltek offering.

“TrenData’s growing client base and partner ecosystem are the key engines for our growth,” said TrenData co-founder and CEO Tom McKeown. “We continue to put these revenues back into the company so our product development can continue to keep us on the leading edge in analytics technology.”

TrenData launched version 3.0 of its analytics platform in the second half of 2018, featuring the most recent technology in natural language processing (NLP) and artificial intelligence.

About TrenData

Based in Dallas, Texas, TrenData is a cloud-based platform company providing people analytics to address critical business needs. Co-founders Tom McKeown and Mark Hamdan have over 30 years in the HR space.

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Air Express LLC Earns 2018 Angie’s List Super Service Award

This award reflects the company’s consistently high level of customer service.

TAMPA, FL, UNITED STATES, January 31, 2019 / — Tampa, FL, January 31, 2019 – Air Express LLC is proud to announce that it has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA). This award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List in 2018.

“Service pros that receive our Angie’s List Super Service Award represent the best in our network, who are consistently making great customer service their mission,” said Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks. “These pros have provided exceptional service to our members and absolutely deserve recognition for the exemplary customer service they exhibited in the past year.”

Angie’s List Super Service Award 2018 winners have met strict eligibility requirements, which include maintaining an “A” rating in overall grade, recent grade and review period grade. The SSA winners must be in good standing with Angie’s List and undergo additional screening.

“We have been a part of Angie’s List since the beginning, and it’s rewarding to see how much we've grown with them,” said Adam Washburn, owner of Air Express. “We truly value the business that comes out of Angie’s List, and we’re excited to continue serving their expanding customer base this year.”

Air Express LLC has been listed on Angie’s List since 2011, just after the company was founded.

Service company ratings are updated continually on Angie’s List as new, verified consumer reviews are submitted. Companies are graded on an A through F scale in multiple fields ranging from price to professionalism to punctuality.

For over two decades Angie’s List has been a trusted name for connecting consumers to top-rated service professionals. Angie’s List provides unique tools and support designed to improve the local service experience for both consumers and service professionals.

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Laffey Real Estate Promotes Linda Michael to Branch Manager

Mark T. Laffey, Linda Michael, Bettie Meinel, Allison Platt

Newest Appointee to the Management Team

Linda has real estate in her DNA. As a second generation realtor, Linda’s in-depth perspective of the real estate market is a priceless attribute to the firm. ”

— Philip C. Laffey

GREENVALE, NY, USA, January 31, 2019 / — Laffey Real Estate, Long Island’s premier family owned residential real estate brokerage, is pleased to announce the promotion of Linda Soldano Ragione Michael to the role of Branch Manager of the New Hyde Park office. The announcement was made jointly by principals, Mark T. Laffey and Philip C. Laffey, the Broker-Owners of the old firm. “Linda has real estate in her DNA. As a second generation realtor, Linda’s in-depth perspective of the real estate market is a priceless attribute to the firm,” explained Philip C. Laffey/ Principal, Broker Owner.

Her progress has been well documented: awarded Laffey's 2017 Shining Start Honor, named 2018 Career Leader, responsible for mentorship, innovative thinking and strategic planning and, most recently recipient of the 2018 Overall Top Producer Port Washington Office Award.

Linda quickly assumed the Branch Manager role of nurturer, teacher and mentor with the same electricity and vigor she has used throughout her entire real estate career. Her common sense, direct approach is invaluable to the development of strong realtors, a responsibility she has excelled at from the very start.

In this new chapter, she is managing a robust office of realtors, navigating the complex market and applying her skills to foster a growth-oriented sales culture. Using her notoriously high energy business style, Linda’s impact is already beginning to see results. A Realtor’s Realtor, she is actively marketing and selling real estate closing out another banner year matching her 2018 success while recruiting, mentoring and challenging her team of professionals.
A Board member of the Port Washington Senior Center and a fifth generation Port Washingtonian, Linda still resides in Port Washington with her extended family.

About Laffey Real Estate
Laffey Real Estate is one of the largest privately held independent family-owned residential real estate firms on Long Island with a network of over 500 agents in 13 offices throughout Nassau, Western Suffolk and Queens Counties. Their global partnership with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World and Luxury Portfolio, extends their reach to more than 60 countries worldwide. The firm is a full-service provider offering expertise in sales, rentals, relocation, mortgage, developments and title insurance to the marketplace. The cutting-edge technology supporting field agents, premium brand identity and industry-leading tools embody best in class standards. Consumers trust in the Laffey Real Estate name to provide tools and resources that help navigate the process of buying and selling residential real estate in any economic environment. Consistently ranked in the top 10% of the brokers locally and as a Top 500 Broker in the US based on the 2017 Real Trends reports, Laffey Real Estate has an exceptional record of success.

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Business Leader of the Year, Joe Reilly, To Speak at CEO Lunch & Learn

Joe Reilly, National Drug Screening President and Business Leader of the Year Award Winner to Speak at the Space Coast Business CEO Lunch & Learn Feb. 15, 2019.

Florida employers have decisions to make. I encourage business leaders to take the time to learn about medical marijuana in the workplace and to develop and implement clear and concise policies.”

— Joe Reilly, President National Drug Screening

MELBOURNE, FL, UNITED STATES, January 30, 2019 / — Business leaders who have established “Drug-Free Workplaces” are now faced with the dilemma that, what was once illegal, may now be authorized for those with a medical marijuana card. Florida Statute 381.986 is vague about what a Florida-based employer should do about accommodating a medical marijuana card holder in the workplace. In Florida, unlike some other states, there is no clear statutory language giving employees protections with regard to employment.

The employer is given authority to continue to enforce a drug-free workplace program but in some states accommodation may be required for medical marijuana card holders. So far, there is no accommodation required for using or smoking marijuana at the workplace.

This is becoming an issue of increasing concern to employers and to CEO's, and HR managers. To help employers better understand their options, Space Coast Business has invited 2 experts in the industry, Joe Reilly and Tara Tedrow to conduct a CEO Lunch & Learn Event.

Mr. Joe Reilly has provided consulting, speaking engagements and training programs for many organizations including the US Small Business Administration (SBA), the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), the US Department of Education, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the Washington DC Department of Public Works, the Florida Office of Drug Control, the Florida Department of Corrections, the Drug & Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA), the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS), the Florida Trucking Association, Florida Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) and numerous Chambers of Commerce and business associations. Mr Reilly also served 2004 to 2008 as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Drug & Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA) – the national trade organization for the drug testing industry.

Attorney Tara Tedrow is Senior Associate at Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor, Reed, P.A. & Co-Chair, Cannabis and Controlled Substances Group. Tara works with physicians, lenders, real estate developers, landlords, ancillary service providers, licensed Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers and license applicants, helping them to navigate the ever changing regulatory landscape of medical marijuana. Tara is a regular presenter and speaker at industry seminars and conferences. In the fall of 2018, Tara will be the first professor in the state of Florida to teach a law school course on medical marijuana law and policy at the University of Florida Levin College of Law.

Learn what you need to know to insure your policies and procedures align with this new reality, while at the same time maintaining a safe and secure work environment. For more information on this event, visit

About National Drug Screening
National Drug Screening (NDS) assists employers in reducing liability, improving safety, and attracting and retaining better employees by providing drug testing services, supervisor training, Drug free workplace policy development, and other employer resources. In addition to testing for employers and individuals, NDS provides MRO services, software, and training to assist other drug testing service providers. For more information, contact Tom Fulmer at 321-622-2040.

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HouseMaster Recognizes 2 Indianapolis Real Estate Professionals with Century Club Award

Edna Peterson with Adam Catron (left) and Alex Montagano (right)

Real estate professionals in community receive award for their commitment to exceptional service and professionalism

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, USA, January 30, 2019 / — HouseMaster Home Inspections serving Indianapolis recently presented two real estate professionals in the region with the company’s Century Club Award, which recognizes real estate service providers for their integrity and commitment to service while working with their customers and clients. Alan and Edna Peterson, owners of IndyNorth HouseMaster Home Inspections located in Carmel, IN, along with their Marketing Manager, Cindy Alcorn, presented the awards to each professional.

Here is a look at the two realtors honored:

— Adam Catron of F.C. Tucker —

"We have had the privilege of working with Adam for over six years and it has been great watching his business grow," Edna Peterson said.

He is also an Indy Real Estate YouTube "Expert" with his RealSceneTV & Indy Realty Bros videos. Catron and his twin brother Seth, a HouseMaster home inspector, are known in the Indy area as the "Dynamic Duo!"

Peterson added: “It is our privilege to recognize Adam for these achievements.”

In 2017, Adam Catron earned a Top Sales Producer Award as a single agent team. In addition, he has earned Top Sales Agent of the Month, and Top Listing Agent of the Month multiple times over the last seven years. In the last three years, Adam has made F.C. Tucker's Presidents Club and Executive Clubs, and in 2017 he received The Rising Star (real estate) Award.

"My 'why' as a real estate professional is to create a life for myself and for my family that is full of happiness, joy and adventure," Catron said. "My goal is to create a life that gives me the power to help others in real estate and in real life. We all joke about agents wearing many hats, but I enjoy wearing all them. It's what I'm meant to do."

— Alex Montagano of eXp Realty —

"We have also worked with Alex for nearly 6 years and have loved watching him grow too,” Peterson said. "It is an honor to recognize him for this achievement."

Alex Montagano was previously with RE/MAX Legends, where he earned the Rookie of the Year Award in 2014, received the 100% Club Award in 2014 & 2015, and the Platinum Club Award. In 2017, he was inducted into the RE/MAX Legends Hall of Fame.

In 2018, Alex joined eXp Realty, an innovative new company that is taking the industry by storm. In addition to his market knowledge and negotiating skills, Alex always puts his client's needs at the forefront when selling their home. On average, his sellers receive 97% of their list price and more than 80% of his business comes from referrals.

HouseMaster has been serving the Indianapolis area since 2010 and is considered one of HouseMaster’s top franchises in customer satisfaction and market share. Alan and Edna Peterson are leaders in the Indianapolis community and throughout the HouseMaster franchise system.

"On behalf of all of HouseMaster, we want to congratulate Adam and Alex on their success and achievements," said HouseMaster President and CEO Kathleen Kuhn.

For more information, please contact Operations Manager, Edna Peterson,, 317-844-6873.


About HouseMaster:

Founded in 1979 and Headquartered in Somerville, N.J., HouseMaster is the oldest and one of the largest home inspection companies in North America. With more than 300 franchised areas throughout the U.S. and Canada, HouseMaster is the most respected name in home inspections. For almost 40 years, HouseMaster has built upon a foundation of solid leadership and innovation with a continued focus on delivering the highest quality service experience to their customers and providing HouseMaster franchisees the tools and support necessary to do so. Each HouseMaster franchise is an independently owned and operated business. HouseMaster is a registered trademark of HM Services, LLC.

For more information please visit or call 732-469-6565.

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Intermountain Healthcare Completes New Patient Tower As Part Of Intermountain Utah Valley Hospital Replacement Project

The 12-story Pedersen Tower features many all-new areas

PROVO, UTAH, USA, January 30, 2019 / — The new Pedersen Patient Tower at Intermountain Healthcare’s Utah Valley Hospital opened for patient care on January 27, marking substantial completion of the $430 million hospital replacement project that began in 2015.

With the completion of the 12-story Pedersen Tower, Intermountain Utah Valley Hospital features many all-new areas, including:

• Emergency Department and Clinical Evaluation Unit
• Main entrance
• Imaging
• Registration
• Surgery and Interventional Services (operating rooms, cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology (EP) lab, gastroenterology (GI) lab, interventional radiology)
• Neuro-Shock-Trauma ICU and Cardiovascular ICU
• All patient rooms (excluding Women’s and Children’s departments)
• River Rock Café
• Valley Bistro
• Gift Shop
• Chapel

A key feature of the Pedersen Tower is the size of its new patient rooms. Each room is nearly double the size of the replaced medical/surgical rooms in the hospital’s East Tower. These new rooms provide plenty of space for caregivers to provide treatment and for family or friends to visit patients in the hospital.

The hospital replacement project has met its established goals, which were:

• Replace aging buildings with new seismically sound facilities
• Improve patient care by using evidence-based design concepts that support better treatment outcomes
• Relocate complimentary service lines within the hospital to be more efficient
• Meet current and future healthcare needs of Utah County, which is one of the fastest-growing counties in the country

Philanthropic support of the hospital replacement project has reached the highest levels in Utah Valley's history. Major donors to the project include Todd and Andie Pedersen, Blake and Nancy Roney, the Sorenson Legacy Foundation, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, The Kahlert Foundation, Steven and Kalleen Lund, Revere Health, The Ashton Family Foundation, Alex and Debra Dunn, Jacobsen Construction Company, and Nu Skin Enterprises. Many generous donations came from community members as well as physicians and members of the hospital caregiving team.

The final stage of the replacement project will be tearing down Intermountain Utah Valley Hospital’s existing East Tower to create a healing garden that includes an outdoor eating space for the new River Rock Café. A new laboratory area will also be created, and a pedestrian bridge will be built to access medical clinics across the busy street on which the hospital is located.

Intermountain Healthcare is a Utah-based, not-for-profit system of 23 hospitals, 170 clinics, a Medical Group with about 2,300 employed physicians and advanced practitioners, a health plans group called SelectHealth, and other health services. With a mission of helping people live the healthiest lives possible, Intermountain is widely recognized as a leader in transforming healthcare through high quality and sustainable costs. For more information about Intermountain, visit

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Tips for Handling Unruly Tenants with Keri Nettles

Keri Nettles

Kerri Nettles

OCEAN SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI, UNITED STATES, January 30, 2019 / — Renting properties sometimes means dealing with difficult renters, but according to Keri Nettles there are certain things you can do to mitigate problematic tenants.

If you’re in the property game then sooner or later you’re going to find yourself face-to-face with a difficult and unruly tenant. You know the type we’re referring to; the ones that pay late, complain about every last fixture and make a ton of noise despite the lease agreement explicitly stating that it’s forbidden. While most people are genuinely nice, it’s important to take steps for the day you inevitably have to confront one who’s not. For that reason, and with the help of Keri Nettles, a real estate agent with years of experience, we’ve put together this short list of tips that can help manage unruly tenants.

Hire a property manager

According to Keri Nettles a property manager is one of the most effective and easiest ways of dealing with an unruly tenant. It’s essentially a way of erecting a barrier or middleman between you and them. A property manager will be extremely experienced in handling any problems that a tenant might have, which will you save from having to deal with them directly.

Vet and pre-qualify your tenants

“Pre-qualifying your tenants is a great way of finding out what type of people they are before you let them move in.” Keri Nettles says. “If they have any previous antisocial or disruptive history, then this will tell you in advance that they have a chance of being problematic, allowing you the choice of picking other tenants.” When vetting potential tenants, check that they have sufficient income to pay for the property rent, if they have any sort of eviction history and whether or not they have a criminal record. These will all contribute to whether or not you choose to let them rent with you.

Ensure that your lease is watertight

According to Keri Nettles, you want your lease to be absolutely bulletproof. Ensure that the terms and conditions of rental are exactly the way you want them; that way, if a tenant is in the wrong and comes to you with complaints, you can show explicitly why you’re not to be blamed or at fault. Understand that since this is your property and you want them to take care of it that you will include as many clauses as necessary to ensure that in the event of disruptive behavior, you can evict them and find new tenants.

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Answers to All Your Hard-Hitting Questions About New Jersey Workers’ Comp Settlements

Our workers’ compensation lawyers are here to help clear up some of the confusion. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions we’ve received.


At the Law Offices of Craig Altman, we often receive questions from our clients regarding permanent workers’ compensation claims and workers’ compensation settlements in the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation system.

Honestly, compared to our surrounding states, our system’s guidelines with respect to permanent partial disability awards and lump sum settlements can be quite confusing.

That being said, our workers’ compensation lawyers are here to help clear up some of the confusion. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions we’ve received.

There are actually two statutory NJ Workers’ Comp law provisions that pertain to this issue.

The first being N.J.S.A. 34:15-22, which states that “No agreement between an employee and his employer or insurance carrier for compensation shall operate as a bar to the formal determination of any controversy, unless such agreement has been approved by the commissioner, the director, a deputy director or a referee designated as a “referee, formal hearings,” in open court…(in this case, the Judge of Compensation).”

The second provision is N.J.S.A. 34:15-50, which declares “Whenever an employer or his insurance carrier and an injured employee, or the dependents of a deceased employee, shall, by agreement, duly signed, settle upon and determine the compensation due to the injured employee, or to the dependents of a deceased employee, as provided by law, the employer or the insurance carrier shall forthwith file with the bureau a true copy of the agreement. The agreement shall not bind the employer or injured employee, or the dependents of a deceased employee, unless approved by the bureau.”

So, to sum up these provisions, the reason that employers don’t settle cases before a formal petition is filed, is because all agreements must first be approved by a Judge of Compensation in New Jersey. This means that if an employee and their employer come to an agreement without the judge’s approval, their agreement is deemed invalid and not binding.

There is actually a very important reason that this isn’t the case and emphasizes a standard feature of our system.

New Jersey is one of only a few states where judges do not mention the AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment. However, New Jersey’s non-use of the AMA Guidelines isn’t due to a statute; it is more so due to tradition. There is no such statute that prohibits judges from consulting the AMA Guidelines.

In actuality, it probably would be beneficial for judges to review the AMA Guidelines in cases where opinions on a disability vary on a large scale.

Specifically, in respiratory claims, the guidelines would be extremely beneficial in determining eligibility for permanent disability benefits for these types of conditions, as spirometry and other forms of pulmonary function testing can be difficult to understand.

As far as evidence goes, judges refer to two broad categories: the first being proof of a medical impairment, and the second being proof of disability from such impairment.

This means that the claimant must prove an impairment under N.J.S.A. 34:15-36 with provable objective evidence, however, this isn’t all that’s required to win a workers’ compensation case.

Even if a medical impairment does in fact exist, if it doesn’t affect the employee in their work or everyday life, this isn’t considered a disability. The injured worker needs to prove that their impairment has left them disabled.

The claimant must demonstrate that their medical impairment affects their everyday abilities, or lessens their ability to perform work.

This is why the judge focuses on more tangible medical evidence such as surgical studies, MRI results, CT scans, etc. as they are able to thoroughly assess how the medical impairment has affected the life of the injured worker.

The judge will consider factors such as if the claimant has had to give up or cut back on hobbies they used to enjoy, decrease the number of hours at work due to the injury, etc. This is the type of evidence that the workers’ compensation judge will study to determine the injured worker’s degree of permanent disability or temporary disability.

In addition, every Judge of Compensation requires testimony that can support the individual’s claims regarding the impact of their disability on their daily life.

This is a rather intricate question to answer. Most of us know someone who has received medical treatment and surgery and has had a quick recovery with little or no restrictions at all.

Sure, in many cases surgery can provide to be incredibly effective. There have been scenarios where all-star athletes have undergone surgery and medical care to treat potentially career-ending injuries, and have bounced back to their old sports abilities.

In the state of New Jersey, practitioners specializing in workers’ compensation claims know full well that an employee has the option to file a reopener petition if some sort of surgery is required for their condition later on down the road.

Their mentality is that if the claimant’s injury does not require surgery at this moment, the condition might not be as significant as it would be if surgery were absolutely needed and in the best interest of the claimant.

Statute N.J.S.A. 34:15-27 grants the employee up to two years following the last payment of compensation to reopen their case and seek additional medical treatment, which is oftentimes surgery.

It is very rare that a claimant testifies in court that their level of ability to function is the safe before they suffered the work injury. Because if the claimant did, they would not be awarded permanency disability benefits.

The expert testifying on behalf of the claimant may argue that in spite of the surgery, the claimant has still lost function following the surgery. This will result in the injured worker testifying that they now have to endure limitations in work performance or non-work functions.

It’s also important to note that while it’s not common, many employees never file claim petitions post-surgery, as they believe they have fully recovered from their work injury and have no complaints.

If you have suffered an injury while at work in New Jersey, and aren’t sure if you have a workers’ compensation case, it is in your best interest to contact a workers’ compensation lawyer right away.

The experienced workers’ compensation attorneys at the Law Firm of Craig Altman will help you navigate the complicated New Jersey Workers’ Compensation system, deal with your employer’s insurance company, and fight to get you the medical treatment and type of settlement you deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation or to learn more about our other practice areas at (856) 327-8899 for our New Jersey office, or (215) 791-8848.

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Cement Manufacturing Companies Should Consider Producing High-Quality Green Cement, TBRC Report Suggests

APAC Countries Cement And Concrete Products Manufacturing Market Share, By $ Billions

APAC Countries Cement And Concrete Products Manufacturing Market Share, By $ Billions

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, January 30, 2019 / — Cement companies are producing green cement to reduce carbon emissions and improve environmental performance and energy efficiency, Cement And Concrete Product Manufacturing Global Market Report 2018 from The Business Research Company shows. Green cement is an eco-friendly form of cement produced with the help of a carbon-negative manufacturing process. The raw materials used in the production of green cement include discarded industrial wastes such as blast furnace slag and fly ash. Green cement is characterized by high long-term strengths and high durability. It has the potential to reduce the carbon footprint of construction sites by 40%. Major green cement manufacturing companies include CEMEX, CNBM, CeraTech, LafargeHolcim, Kiran Global Chems, Anhui Conch Cement Company and Siam Cement Public Company. The global green cement market is expected to grow at an annual rate of over 11% during 2017-2024, indicating significant potential for cement manufacturers in this market.

The cement industry is the second largest producer of carbon emissions and governments around the world have implemented strict carbon emission norms in the cement industry. For example, emissions from cement plants in the US are regulated under the Clean Air Act by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). EPA regulations have also eliminated the use of fly ash in concrete mixes. The regulations issued by regulatory bodies have resulted in increased production costs for cement manufacturers.
Countries in Asia Pacific, which in 2017 was the largest region in the world for the cement and concrete products manufacturing market at over 50% of the global total, have issued regulations for environmental compliance by cement companies.

In India, for instance, the Central Pollution Control Board has developed guidelines to prevent and control fugitive dust from cement plants. Again, in 2015, China's state council issued a draft environment tax law that imposes levies on air, water, noise and waste polluters. The draft law was drawn up to promote an "energy saving, and environmentally friendly" industrial system. All the cement manufacturing companies operating in China must comply with the Cement GB standards.

Cement And Concrete Product Manufacturing Global Market Report 2018 is one of a series of reports from The Business Research Company that provide a market overview, analyze and forecast market size and growth, market trends, drivers, restraints, and leading competitors’ revenues, profiles and market shares in over 300 industry reports, covering over 2400 market segments and 56 geographies. The market reports draw on 150,000 datasets, extensive secondary research, exclusive insights and quotations from interviews with industry leaders. Market analysis and forecasts are provided by a highly experienced and expert team of analysts and modellers.

Where To Learn More
Read Cement And Concrete Product Manufacturing Global Market Report 2018 from The Business Research Company for information on the following:
Markets Covered: Global mineral products market, cement manufacturing market, ready-mix concrete manufacturing market, concrete pipe, brick, and block manufacturing market, and other concrete product manufacturing market.
Data Segmentations: Cement and concrete products manufacturing market size, global and by country, historic and forecast size, and growth rates for the world, 7 regions and 12 countries; by product segments – (cement manufacturing, ready-mix concrete manufacturing, concrete pipe, brick, and block manufacturing and other concrete product manufacturing) market shares, market size, historic and forecast size, and growth rates for the world, 7 regions and 12 countries; subsegments market characteristics.
Global mineral products market size, historic and forecast growth rates; segmentation.
Cement And Concrete Products Manufacturing Market Organizations Covered: LafargeHolcim Ltd, China National Building Materials, CRH, Cemex, HeidelbergCement.
Regions: North America, Europe, Middle East, South America, Africa, Asia Pacific.
Time Series: 2013-17 actuals, 2017 estimates, 2017-21 forecasts.
Other Information And Analyses: Global cement and concrete products manufacturing market comparison with macro-economic factors, cement and concrete products manufacturing market size, percentage of GDP, per capita average cement and concrete products manufacturing expenditure, global and by country; geographical and regional market analysis; market split by segments, trends and strategies; by segments; drivers and restraints; customer information; PESTLE analysis.
Sourcing And Referencing: Data and analysis throughout the report are sourced using end notes.
Strategies For Participants In The Cement And Concrete Products Manufacturing Industry: The report explains over 20 strategies for cement and concrete products manufacturing sector companies, based on industry trends and company analysis. These include cement and concrete products manufacturing companies investing in research and development of innovative products to increase their share in the market and thereby increase revenues, and China National Building Materials’ growth strategy which aims at expanding its business operations by strengthening its M&A strategy.
Opportunities For Cement And Concrete Products Manufacturing Sector Companies: The report reveals where the global cement and concrete products manufacturing industry will put on most $ sales up to 2022.
Number of Pages: 271
Number of Figures: 115
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