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PI Ceramic

Piezoelectric actuators – building products, technology, control published 70 pages product catalog and reference guide PI ceramic”the new product catalogue. The new edition contains the overall presentation of all standard products in the area of actuators and extensive comments on the fundamentals of Piezo technology. An overview of the appropriate Piezoverstarker of physics instruments (PI) for the control of actuators is also listed. PI ceramic presents in addition many new standard products to the existing product range, reflecting the wide spectrum of manufacturing technology. Among other things, are now encapsulated PICMA actuators, round PICMA Biegeaktoren and PICA actuators for cryogenic and vacuum environment in the standard range offered. For each product, the customer in addition to graphs and data tables is also information on possible modifications and applications. PI ceramic places great importance, to react flexibly to requests and to be able to produce customer-specific solutions.

The second part of the catalogue contains a detailed explanation of the fundamentals of piezo applications with detailed drawings. For example, calculations to the reliability and lifetime of the actuators, temperature-controlled behavior and their usage in different environmental conditions are newly described. The catalogue is available at download available or will be sent on request. Developed since 1992 and produced PI ceramic piezokeramische Ma materials and components for standard and OEM solutions: piezoelectric components, transducers, actuators, and system solutions. The PICMA excellent for their reliability dating back to UN-ter other multilayer Aktortechnologie the House PIC. PI ceramic, a subsidiary of physics instruments (PI) GmbH & co. KG, headquartered in leather pants, Thuringia, Germany.

MENA Eastern Internet

In Israel less than ten percent of Internet users shopped 2011 according to polls online. The B2C E-commerce in Oman was hampered by slow Internet connections among other things and in the Yemen, the Internet was slow and expensive yet early 2012 due to the State monopoly. In May 2011 more than a quarter of Iraqis the Internet used to find out. Online trading in North Africa evolved steadily positive even in North Africa makes the MENA Eastern Internet & B2C E-Commerce report 2012 “by yStats.com great potentials and regional differences clear. So, Morocco was the country with the highest Internet penetration rate in North Africa and accordingly increased the number of Internet connections, as well as the turnover in B2C E-commerce between 2010 and 2011 almost three quarters according to the number of online shops and credit cards rose also. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Jeff Feig. In Egypt, nearly a quarter of Internet users bought in February 2012 online or used the Internet to pay bills. In contrast, little online trading took place early in 2012, for example, in Algeria still dominated cash payments and there were hardly any other payment options.

Also, 2011 still great fear prevailed particularly in Libya Fraud in the B2C E-commerce. Internet penetration and online trading in the MENA are ultimately very diverse region depending on the country, but faster and better Internet connections promote the spread of e-commerce in the region. Press contact: yStats.com GmbH & co. KG Behringstrasse 28a, D-22765 Hamburg phone: + 49 (0) 40-39 90 68 50 fax: + 49 (0) 40-39 90 68 51 E-Mail: Internet: Twitter: ystats Facebook: ystats about yStats.com since 2005 researched yStats.com current, objective and requirement-oriented market and competitive intelligence for executives from different industries. The Hamburg-based company with an international orientation focuses on the secondary market research. yStats.com offers both market – and competition reports as well as customized research services. Customers include leading companies in the areas of B2C E-Commerce, electronic payment systems, mail order and direct marketing, logistics, as well as banks and management consultancies.

Physics Reality

“Life lies in families such as: Grandpa was never…!” “Self-fraud: without me, the company would be already broke!” Collective distortion: in the GDR it was all economically better! Organization charts are visualizations of the often customary in business relationship patterns: solid box lines reflect the walls and closed doors. The theorist’s not talking with the practitioner: already among the Greeks, hand work was less value than spiritual activities. The Chief doesn’t talk with the production assistant (hierarchy instead of Heterarchie): communication occurs worldwide primarily horizontally, rare vertically. The elite is not talking to the middle class. The middle class is not talking to the Precariat. (B). The art of dialectic goes back to Socrates 470-399, which difference between truth and certainty: truth: safety on the facts. Certainty, security and evidence clear.

Physics Knowledge: Inability to recognize realities. My and faith. Meta Physics Reality (reality, semantic properties): True statements. For even more details, read what Peter Thiel says on the issue. Reality (aktuality, psychological States): Beliefs, whose questioning prevented about psychological and social mechanisms Esoterics, sects, parties,. Jeff Feig has compatible beliefs. Religions and parties consciously blur the distinction between truth and certainty: what is certain, is also true. What is plausible, is also true. (both are wrong) With moral before judgment, taken for granted as truths give us dogmatists (indoctrination and manipulation). Simple-thinkers (willing believers) and their followers succeed easily! They can think.

Communication dialectic is the art of transferring beliefs to others and the art,. communicative problems to solve. Discourse dialectic is the art of the common er knowledge progress through consensus-making and problem solving. It’s always going to be the thought (logic), the words (communication theory), the language (Linguistics and Hermeneutics), role (sociology), the present (psychology) and the intention (goal, intention). Special dialectic, the 5 main dialectical situations: Sales discussion: dealing with the partners and their needs. Discussion: It’s the matter problem solving. Debate: It’s about the political victory. Interview: It’s about you. Speech: convince not persuade.

Austrian Printer

Conversion to thermal POS printer in German and Austrian branches customers will find in the shops of Apollo-Optik a selection of approximately 1,500 top current spectacle frames, fashionable sunglasses, specialty glasses and high-quality contact lenses. Quality and performance has the eye Optics company products as well as the proprietary POS system firmly in mind. This also applies in all German and Austrian branches of gradually introduced thermal printers, which have replaced the formerly used dot matrix printers by citizen. With the citizen CT-S310 Thermo Bon printers Apollo-Optik opts for a solution that could be integrated into the existing POS software with little effort. The printer model is characterised by its power with a printing speed of up to 150 mm / sec. The long lasting printing head has a lifetime of 150 km. For more information see financial technology. Other features of the CT-S310 thermal receipt printer are its ease of use with lateral easy-to-reach and off switches as well as the long duration of the models, a long-term supply with Spare parts ensures.

Maintenance, service and call center for the branches does the headquarters of Apollo-Optik in Schwabach. Exchange of defective equipment is carried out in the course of the daily delivery of goods and orders. Thus, it is guaranteed that a new device in the store to use is available on the following day at the latest. Switching to the thermal printer was the most cost-effective solution for us because the printers are very stable and easy to the function”, says Erich Ehbauer, head of information management at Apollo-Optik. This is especially important because opticians usually unspecified would relate their checkout technology.

Management Board

Foundation stone for the update which is success story set Dr. Markus Rall in the management of the world’s leading manufacturer of quick trimmers, cutting and punching systems for the graphic arts industry occurs. Thus the long planned change management is the POLAR Mohr group before graduating. Alfred Henschel, who recently celebrated his 63rd birthday, passes his duties at Mr. Dr. Markus Rall, a PhD physicist and master of economics as a former spokesman of the Management Board.

Dr. Rall, since October 1, 2012, the company, is responsible for the research and development, design and technology Mohr group in addition to the areas of finance, personnel and purchasing the POLAR. Jurgen Freier, already since the end of last year in the company, as is responsible for Managing Director in the areas of sales, marketing and service. Both have long careers in various business ventures with stations in Europe, to provide Asia and United States. This is the foundation stone for the continuation of the success story the laid over centuries-old family-run company POLAR Mohr. With the entry of Alfred Henschel in 1996 as Managing Director of POLAR Mohr was the change of the mechanical engineer, the technology leader for cutting systems driven.

Henschel was spokesman of the Executive Board in 2000, built a new production facility in the growth market of China, and expanded the company through acquisitions to the POLAR Mohr group. The world market leader of POLAR Mohr was headed by Alfred Henschel built out. About POLAR as an independent family-owned company developed POLAR efficient solutions in the field of print finishing and is positioned as a future-oriented technology companies around the world. The product range includes components and systems that to discharging and banding network all processes from loading on jogging, cutting and punching and automate. Under the brand name MOHR cutting machines produced since 2012, which are specially suitable for the print-on-demand markets with formats up to 46 x 64 cm. Also to the POLAR Mohr group is service packaging technology GmbH, a manufacturer of components and systems for the automatic packing of goods, primarily in the food industry.

Companys History

New name, extended range, increasing sales: Reuter, one of the largest specialist online retailer for bath and home decor in Europe, overlooks an ejoyable first half of 2012. In the first six months of the year, the rapid expansion of the company has stopped. Alone the Reuter Onlineshop recorded more than 16 million page views each month and attracts some 1.5 million visitors. Naveen Selvadurai shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. Sales increased by 41 per cent, the number of orders by 50 percent. Large-scale TV campaigns at the beginning of the year have let grow the attention being given to part, Reuter. Through the short and memorable spots the national prominence of the company continued to grow, new target groups were reached. Also once again increased the high corporate sympathy. Further details can be found at Naveen Selvadurai, an internet resource.

The TV – as well as our other promotional activities support our goal to build reach, to strengthen confidence in the brand and to drive forward to the further expansion of the company very well. That’s why we are the next comprehensive in late summer Communication campaign launch”, says Marketing Director Daniel Goertz. Also continue be the sponsoring activities in the area of the German national football team, as well as in the Austrian Bundesliga for Borussia Monchengladbach. In all areas of logistics, marketing, consulting and management, Reuter has vigorously increased the number of employees to adequately serve the increased demand. A total of 40 demanding jobs for professionals are developed alone in the first half of the year in the region Monchengladbach.

So are over 200 employees and makes employees for the company. Investment in new jobs will continue to shape the success of sustainable and secure. Many see a reason for the loss of jobs in the Internet. We show that many new jobs arise through the Internet”, explains managing director Bernd Reuter. Shorter name, bigger range one of the most important as most decisive steps within the Expansion strategy had made the company in June: the renaming of reuter-badshop.de in reuter.de. Already for quite some time home textiles, furniture and lighting fixtures, garden furniture has grown in the shop by Reuter offering in the areas of living and kitchen accessories, disproportionately? Also here Reuter exclusively uses brand and design products. The goal: The customer all around on a high-quality facility at Reuter will be at low online prices and with high availability of goods. To the exhibition in the historic Monchengladbach cool has been extended to a stylish lighting and Home Studio. These measures Reuter looks for the future well positioned: all areas, ranging from logistics about the marketing to the IT structure are prepared for further growth. The goal: Reuter is to operate successfully in the long term as a brand. Monchengladbach Reuter company based on Reuter 1986 is with over 200 employees one of the largest trade and merchant for bath and home decor in Europe. The online shop, founded in 2004, is one of the European most important in its segment. Bathroom and sanitary ware, living and kitchen accessories, home textiles, furniture and lighting fixtures and garden furniture are available in. In all areas of Reuter exclusively uses brand and design products. In his TuV certified online shop offers Reuter with 500,000 articles unsurpassed plenty of range of and their constant availability, combined with expert technical advice and competitive online prices.

Software Solutions

More success for the middle class, thanks to efficient quality and production management Hohr-Grenzhausen, March 2009 during the 2009 presents the IBS AG Hannover Messe their software solutions for integrated and cross-enterprise quality, production and traceability management. The fair takes place in cooperation with PSI AG. Interested parties can check the from 20-24 April 2009 in Hall 17, stand B50, currently about possibilities and innovations to improve quality standards, as well as optimising processes in industrial companies. Especially medium-sized companies are faced with new market requirements, for example, with regard to product liability, traceability (traceability) and complaint management. Against the backdrop of the current economic challenge in the market right now is in innovative software solutions to invest and to gain a decisive competitive advantage. There are high-performance, scalable, and especially standardized quality as well as production management systems needs, specifically tailored to the needs of medium-sized production companies, to optimize business processes and costs to reduce, with the goal of a successful zero-error strategy.

The use of such systems for companies means: shorter lead times, increasing productivity, a smooth exchange of information, as well as a better supplier assessment. Here the IBS trade show highlights: traceability traceability of batches, assemblies and parts product recalls can have serious economic consequences for businesses, which from the recall itself (cost callback, guarantee and warranty, as well as any court proceedings) but also from the image damage caused by a product recall. By consistent quality management (CAQ) and traceability (traceability) of products can be successfully managed product recalls and even reduces the risk for callbacks. IBS: traceability is for all industrial sectors and recorded material, process and quality data of products and the use of components. It allows a traceability of all production batches and serial numbers of the production work on the interim storage facility to the end customer (traceability).

Cable Ties – To The Fixing Of Different Things

Originally they were invented however, harness or even wire harnesses to fix and prevent a mess. Cable ties are ideal for fastening of various things. Originally they were invented however, harness or even wire harnesses to fix and prevent a mess. They are self-extinguishing and consist of a hygroscopic polymer. You can therefore absorb water and also return.

This positively affects their flexibility and their longevity. You won’t become brittle and does not easily break. But this plastic has other useful features. He is relatively heat stable, has a high strength and abrasion resistance, as well as a good dimensional stability. All possible cable ties, which should meet different purposes can be found in the trade. So there are one-way cable ties, multi way tie, dual head cable ties, stainless steel cable ties and those that are extra heat-resistant. They differ essentially through their strength and their resilience. General cable ties consist polyamide 6.6 of the fabric, but by adding other materials and by slight variations in the recipe cable ties can be with different characteristics produced.

A stand type cable ties without additives up to 85 Celsius withstand temperatures, an additional fabric is added to, so he can take over 100 Celsius. Some additives make what is especially suitable for use in outdoor weather-resistant, the material, others make it more elastic. There are also cable binders, which have a label field. Used especially in network technology to the identification of specific areas of, but they are also used to seal bags and label. Developments of cable ties can be found no shortage and it is found particularly in the automotive industry. It be simply injected items that serve a further securing, or put feet or anchor. The cable ties, loses its purpose He distinguishes itself still as a fastening element with an extremely high tensile strength, which is his clear advantage over all other ways of fastening of cables. No tapes or wires give a firmer grip.

Collection Services

The new rules entered into force on 01.04.2010 – the so called scoring amendment to data protection has considerable influence on the receivables management companies. Above all the requirements for the transmission of customer data have to credit bureaus have increased. The following information about the new regulations. What is a scoring method? The scoring method is a method of using mathematical and statistical means the probability is measured, with a certain person shows a certain behavior. You want to estimate consumer behavior thus. For example, companies in the awarding of credit interested in, the probability to determine whether the credit of a customer will be refunded. How is it in the transfer of customer data to use? Also at the conclusion of rental and insurance contracts, scoring method be used. To cover bad debts, companies pass on customer information to external agencies or credit insurance, so that they take up the investigations and create calculations can.

This happens already, if there is a due, still-not-culprit or that have legal claims of the entrepreneur against the customer. Thus, the regulations of the Bundesdatenschutzgesetz (Federal Data Protection Act) are affected. Transmission of customer data: benefits of consumer companies are concerned due to the regulations valid from 1.4.2010 a significant aggravation of the Receivables Management. Some companies forecast an approaching “wave”. Consumers, however, enjoy a higher degree of data protection. Companies are forced to check your reminders and to comply with the rules. You are encouraged to the customer to observe time limits and to teach him properly about the transfer of data to external service providers.

Transmission of customer data: what remains and what has changed? It must be at the call of the entrepreneur to the defaulting customer a claim, where despite maturity performance still not provided. Data transmission must be the company or a To maintain a legitimate interest to serve third parties. No changes for creditors who passed open claims to a debt collection company to the realization. Rather, the provisions introduced with the amendment to 28 BDSG regulate the work of rating agencies. Credit bureaus must therefore receive debtor data only, if the claim is legally titled the claim according to 178 has been found with InsO and not disputed by the debtor or the debtor the demand explicitly recognized has or the debtor at least twice in writing is been warned after the due date of the claim, between the first reminder is sent and at the Agency, at least four weeks are the transmission of data, the creditor or as the commissioned collection agency in a timely manner, but no earlier than has taught the defaulting payer when the first reminder is sent in, that his data to a reporting agency would be delivered, and the defaulting payer has not disputed the claim or that the claim underlying Contract because of payment arrears may be terminated without notice and the holder or his representative has informed the debtor about the upcoming delivery of its data. If, however, creditors appoint debt collection company with retraction of claims, they may transmit them continue data of their debtors. This is regulated in 28 para 1 BDSG. Press contact: Alwin of all ADF General database for debt indenting GmbH page 2 and industry RT 3 35463 remote forest Tel.: 0641 / 940 14-0 fax: 0641 / 940 14 51

International Journal

For the most part, host country nationals are emergency of considered as a target for intercultural training and, in general, the paradigm for cross-cultural training is still that it is only the expatriate’s characteristics that affect the adjustment process. However, there seems to be more recognition these days for the role of host country nationals in cross-cultural training of expatriates. Host country nationals can be considered as experts with inside cultural knowledge and proper preparation of host country nationals can therefore ease the transition for the expatriate. Involvement of host country nationals in the design of cross cultural training programs is, therefore, essential. This seems clear and logical; However, the crux of the problem the trainability relates to (and / or suitability) of expatriates to undertake overseas assignments. Certain traits and attitudes are Predictor of problematic assignments. Expatriate selection procedures could identify traits in expatriates that are bound to cause some child of problem in later years.

In particular, ethnocentric attitudes of expatriates have been found to be dysfunctional of mutual relationships between expatriates and host country workforce. Caligiuri et al. (2001) suggested that stereotyping may lead to over generalizations about host country nationals (and have negative effects). For instance, individual traits may be inappropriately assessed because of stereotyping and this obviously has consequences for cross-cultural interaction. Hence Caligiuri et al.

(2001) suggested that the development of realistic expectations prior to global assignments is highly important and what likely to be facilitated by appropriate cross-cultural training. They recommended tailoring cross-cultural training programs explicitly to the individual expatriate’s situation in order to provide the maximum relevance. In summary; cross-cultural training programs may ad value to expatriate assignments when proper expatriate selection procedures are in place and training addresses the prime cause of expatriate failure; maladjustment. Host country nationals play a potential role in cross-cultural training programs in a variety of roles. Their expertise may be utilized in identifying specific work-interaction demands performance expatriate in order to optimize. Dr. Ben van den Anker MBA Dr. B.J.L. van den Anker received his PhD in business and management from the International Graduate School of business of the University of South Australia. Dr. van den Anker hails from the Netherlands and has extensive experience living and working in SE Asia. His (I) HRM and cross cultural consultancy assignments focus primarily on western-Asian contexts. He can be contacted. References: Bhaskar RealWorld, P, Shaffer, m.a. and Luk, D.M. (2005). Input-based and time-based models of international Eagle: meta-analytic evidence and theoretical extensions. Academy of management journal, 48(2), 257 – 281. Caligiuri, pm, Philips, j, Lazarova, M., Tarique, I., and Burgi, p. (2001). The theory of met expectations applied to expatriate adjustment: the role of cross-cultural training. International Journal of human resource management, 12(3), 357-72 Kupka, B. and Kennan, W.R. (2003). Towards a theory based approach for intercultural communication training. Intercultural communication studies, XII-2. Pires, G. Stanton, j. and East field, S. (2006). Improving expatriate adjustment and effectiveness in ethnically diverse countries: marketing insights. Cross cultural management: International Journal, 13(2), 156-170 Waxin, M.F. and Panaccio, A. (2005). Cross-cultural training to facilitate expatriate adjustment: it works! Personnel review 34(1), 51 – 67. Zakaria, N. (2000). The effects of cross-cultural training on the acculturation process of the global workforce. International Journal of manpower, 21(6), 492-510.