The market for medical devices, in particular, implantable, is expanding rapidly as economies develop, populations get older, health awareness enhances and support policies strengthen. According to data compiled by a Chinese research network, ChinaIRN.com, the size of China's current medical equipment market has exceeded RMB 100 billion, with an average annual growth rate of about 23%, and there is a great potential for a further boom.
IranPolymer 10 years have now passed since the former BATTENFELD Kunststofftechnik GmbH in Kottingbrunn was integrated into the WITTMANN Group. WITTMANN BATTENFELD will celebrate this anniversary on 13 and 14 June of this year at its facility in Kottingbrunn.
IranPolymer In many tropical countries, particularly in Asia, small water beakers made of PET are in widespread use. Sealed with a removable film/foil, they supply the on-the-go market for a quick thirst-quencher betweentimes. Airlines, too, like using these non-returnable beakers. Krones has now developed an attractive and practical alternative: a flexible, reclosable small lightweight bottle.
IranPolymer The Plastpol is an important meeting place for the Polish plastics industry. From 22 to 25 May 2018, Arburg will present two injection moulding applications for efficient high-volume production at stand E30 in hall E in Kielce, Poland. An automated Allrounder from the electric Golden Electric series will produce optical components. A hydraulic two-component Allrounder in an LSR version will produce ice scrapers as a hard/soft combination.
a woman drying a plastic chipping at plastic recycle factory
photo by: Md. Akhlas
A migrant woman carrying a baby head to cross a border line between Serbia and Croatia, near the village of Babska, Croatia, Monday, Oct. 19, 2015. Tension was building among thousands of migrants as they remained stranded in fog and cold weather in the Balkans on Sunday in their quest to reach a better life in Western Europe, two days after Hungary closed its border with Croatia and the flow of people was redirected to a much slower route via Slovenia.
Iran is the final destination of a huge number of Afghan immigrants. These Afghan immigrants have been left to choose and, therefore, do many difficult jobs in order to make a living. One of these difficult and unhygienic occupations is waste-collecting. Photographing and processing this project began in early summer in 1391 and the final photographing session was conducted in Dey, 7, 1391.
The photographs are taken in analog system by Nikon F80 Camera and Kodak 100 Film.
تهران، خیابان شریعتی، پایین تر از بهار شیراز، کوچه سلطانی، پلاک 2، واحد 2