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Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Scope, Prediction, Key Players, Size, Share and Forecast 2026 | Buss-SMS-Canzler GmbH, GIG Karasek (Dr. Aichhorn Group), LCI Corporation (Nederman Group) – KSU

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Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market research report offers extensive research and analysis of key aspects of the global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) industry. Report provides holistic analysis of the market allowing companies to take decisions according to the changing market trends. It contains market overview providing basic understanding about what the market is. This market is fragmented into various segments, such as type, applications, end-users, and distribution channel. Furthermore, report contains competitive analysis and provide company profiling of key players involved in market. This provide deeper understanding of the competitive landscape and its future scenarios, crucial dynamics, and leading segments of the global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market. In addition, report includes regional analysis and market dynamics. For instance, report involves detailed analysis about the factors responsible for the growth of market along with factors that can hamper the growth of market.

Competitive Analysis:

Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market report covers profiling of major players involved in market, which give detail analysis of companies. It offers business overview of companies along with detailed information on the company’s offerings and industries served. Further, it provide recent development of companies in terms of new launches, mergers and acquisitions, and expansion. Additionally, snapshot has been given where companies are placed in terms of their geographical presence and product offerings.

The report covers following Key Players in Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market:

Buss-SMS-Canzler GmbH, GIG Karasek (Dr. Aichhorn Group), LCI Corporation (Nederman Group), VTA, Pfaudler, 3V Tech, Sulzer, Technoforce, Hitachi, Artisan Industries, Vobis, LLC, Chem Process Systems, Wuxi Lima Chemical Machinery, Wuxi Haiyuan Biochemical Equipment, WuXi HeXiang Biochemistry Equipment

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Segment Analysis:

Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market report has been segmented into types, applications, and end-users. It provide market share of each segment involved in Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market. Companies operating in this market will get holistic understanding about fastest growing segment. This will allow them to identify their target customers as well as allocate their resources wisely. Segment analysis helps to create perfect environment for engagement, customer retention, and acquisition. This is section helps companies operating in the Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market to identify key focus areas while making their strategic investments.

Segments by Product Types:

Vertical Wiped Film Evaporators
Horizontal Wiped Film Evaporators

Segments by Applications:

Pharmaceuticals
Chemical Industry
Food and Beverages
Petrochemical Industry
Textile Industry
Others

Regional Analysis:

Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market report covers analysis of various regions, such as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East and Africa. Market trends change region wise, resulting in change base on their physical environment. Thus, report include key regions, with sales, revenue, market share and growth rate of Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) in these regions, from 2020 to 2028. It analyzes region with highest market share along with fastest growing region in Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market. Region wise report is further segmented into country level analysis. For instance, North America is segmented into U.S. and Canada. Europe include UK, France, and Germany followed by APAC, which includes countries, such as China, India, and Japan. Latin America consists of countries, such as Mexico and Brazil, and MEA countries included in Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market are GCC Countries and South Africa.

Research Methodology:

Research methodology used to aggregate the Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market report involves a combination of both primary and secondary research approaches. Research team starts with secondary research from various sources to gather data on Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market. The report has combined its data from trusted secondary sources, such as company’s annual reports, industry publications, current news, government sites, etc. Further, primary research involves interviews to gain first hand insights idea about the market. Our analysts have interviewed several top C-level executives, decision makers, board members, key opinion leaders, industry veterans and other stakeholders in the Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market. All the data is then combined and picturized in a report in such a way that it gives thorough understanding and analysis about the Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market.

Target Audience:

• Product manufacturers
• Component manufacturers
• Agents involved in supply chain
• Government institutions
• Research organizations
• New entrants in Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market

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• The Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market report offers comprehensive overview of the current market and forecasts by 2020-2028. It helps to identify the opportunities related to market in near future. It gives clear idea to our users where to capitalize their resources.
• The report further includes industrial dynamics, such as drivers, restraints, and opportunities related to market which have major impact on the growth of Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) market.
• In-depth research on the overall expansion within the market that help users to decide the product launch and asset developments.
• Report covers recent development and changing trends in market to take decision accordingly.

Years Considered for The Study:

The base year for estimation: 2020
Historical Data: 2015–2020
Forecast period: 2021-2028

Table of Content:
Chapter 1 Industry Overview

1.1 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Overview
1.1.1 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Product Scope
1.1.2 Market Status and Outlook
1.2 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size and Analysis by Regions (2014-2019)
1.2.1 North America Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Status and Outlook
1.2.2 EU Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Status and Outlook
1.2.3 Japan Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Status and Outlook
1.2.4 China Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Status and Outlook
1.2.5 India Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Status and Outlook
1.2.6 Southeast Asia Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Status and Outlook
1.3 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Segment by Types (2014-2026)
1.3.1 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate Comparison by Types (2014-2026)
1.3.2 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue Market Share by Types in 2018
1.3.3 Type1
1.3.4 Type2
1.3.5 Other
Others
1.4 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market by End Users/Application
1.4.1 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue (USD Mn) Comparison by Applications (2014-2026)
1.4.2 Application 1
1.4.3 Application 2

Chapter 2 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Competition Analysis by Players

2.1 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size (Million USD) by Players (2014-2019)
2.2 Competitive Status and Trend
2.2.1 Market Concentration Rate
2.2.2 Product/Service Differences
2.2.3 New Entrants
2.2.4 The Technology Trends in Future

Chapter 3 Company (Top Players) Profiles and Key Data

3.1 Company 1
3.1.1 Company Profile
3.1.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.1.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.1.4 Company 1, Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue (Million USD) (2014-2019)
3.1.5 Recent Developments
3.2 Company 2
3.2.1 Company Profile
3.2.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.2.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.2.4 Company 2, Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue (Million USD) (2014-2019)
3.2.5 Recent Developments
3.3 Company 3
3.3.1 Company Profile
3.3.2 Main Business/Business Overview
3.3.3 Products, Services and Solutions
3.3.4 Company 3, Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue (Million USD) (2014-2019)
3.3.5 Recent Developments
And more…

Chapter 4 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size Type (2014-2019)

4.1 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Type (2014-2019)

Chapter 5 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size Application (2014-2019)

5.1 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)
5.2 Potential Application of Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) in Future
5.3 Top Consumer / End Users of Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE)

Chapter 6 North America Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Development Status and Outlook

6.1 North America Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size (2014-2019)
6.2 North America Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)

Chapter 7 EU Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Development Status and Outlook

7.1 EU Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size (2014-2019)
7.2 EU Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)

Chapter 8 Japan Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Development Status and Outlook

8.1 Japan Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size (2014-2019)
8.2 Japan Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)

Chapter 9 China Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Development Status and Outlook

9.1 China Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size and Forecast (2014-2019)
9.2 China Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)

Chapter 10 India Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Development Status and Outlook

10.1 India Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size and Forecast (2014-2019)
10.2 India Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)

Chapter 11 Southeast Asia Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Development Status and Outlook

11.1 Southeast Asia Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size and Forecast (2014-2019)
11.2 Southeast Asia Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2014-2019)

Chapter 12 Market Forecast by Regions and Application (2019-2026)

12.1 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size (Million USD) by Regions (2019-2026)
12.1. North America Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate (2019-2026)
12.1.2 EU Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate (2019-2026)
12.1.3 China Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate (2019-2026)
12.1.4 Japan Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate (2019-2026)
12.1.5 Southeast Asia Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate (2019-2026)
12.1.6 India Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Revenue and Growth Rate (2019-2026)
12.2 Global Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Size by Application (2019-2026)

Chapter 13 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Dynamics

13.1 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Opportunities
13.2 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Challenge and Risk
13.2.1 Competition from Opponents
13.2.2 Downside Risks of Economy
13.3 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Constraints and Threat
13.3.1 Threat from Substitute
13.3.2 Government Policy
13.3.3 Technology Risks
13.4 Wiped Film Evaporators (WFE) Market Driving Force
13.4.1 Growing Demand from Emerging Markets
13.4.2 Potential Application

Chapter 14 Market Effect Factors Analysis

14.1 Technology Progress/Risk
14.1.1 Substitutes
14.1.2 Technology Progress in Related Industry
14.2 Consumer Needs Trend/Customer Preference
14.3 External Environmental Change
14.3.1 Economic Fluctuations
14.3.2 Other Risk Factors

Chapter 15 Research Finding /Conclusion

Chapter 16 Methodology and Data Source

16.1 Methodology/Research Approach
16.1.1 Research Programs/Design
16.1.2 Market Size Estimation
16.1.3 Market Breakdown and Data Triangulation
16.2 Data Source
16.2.1 Secondary Sources
16.2.2 Primary Sources
16.3 Disclaimer
16.4 Author List

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Gig worker rights battle moves to Toronto

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The battle for gig worker rights has come to Canada, where the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has launched the Gig Workers United campaign. It is the latest in the global movement to increase wages and improve working conditions for gig workers who rely on app-based companies for employment.

“We have to stand up for ourselves — the streets don’t look out for us, the apps don’t look out for us, so we’re looking out for each other and collectively calling out a bad business model,” Narada Kiondo, one of the courier spokespersons for Gig Workers United, said in a statement announcing the organizing effort. “The way it is just can’t continue — if the gig economy is going to work for our society then it can’t be based on squeezing delivery workers and restaurants for profit and dodging our labor standards. And we’re going to persist, and we’ll win, because our bodies and our livelihoods are on the line.”

The roots of the organizing effort were in a similar effort two years ago. The Justice for Foodora Couriers worked to unionize delivery app Foodora couriers. The German company expanded to Canada in 2015. Foodora claimed that couriers were independent contractors and not entitled to form a union. On March 4, 2020, the Ontario Labor Relations Board ruled that Foodora couriers were “dependent contractors” and therefore could unionize.

On April 27, 2020, Foodora announced it was closing its Canadian operations.

Jan Simpson, national president of CUPW, said the lessons from the Foodora fight are that gig workers have rights to unionize.

“The couriers have shown that traditional union organizing is possible in this space. But they’ve gone farther than that, with community-organizing tactics and collective mutual aid. They’ve formed a worker-led organization that we’re proud to support because their fresh energy and ideas are what it takes to improve working conditions and reject Silicon Valley’s model of exploitation,” Simpson said in a statement.

The battle for gig worker rights is expanding across the globe. Earlier this month, a court in the U.K. ruled Uber Technologies (NYSE: UBER) drivers in London were entitled to minimum wage, essentially making them employees. Uber had appealed a lower court ruling, but the U.K. Supreme Court rejected its argument, saying it was “clear … that claimant drivers were workers who worked for Uber London under ‘worker’s contracts.’” It also said the fact that an Uber driver could turn down work “is not fatal to a finding that the individual is an employee … and does not preclude a finding that the individual is employed under a worker’s contract.”

Read: Prop 22 wins in California; takes Uber, Lyft and other drivers out from under AB5

The nature of the relationship between Uber and its drivers means that the drivers “have little or no ability to improve their economic position through professional or entrepreneurial skill,” the court wrote. “In practice the only way in which they can increase their earnings is by working longer hours while constantly meeting Uber’s measures of performance.”

In the U.S., much of the fight over the status of gig drivers has taken place in California, where voters passed Proposition 22 in November with 58% of the vote. Prop 22 removed Uber, Lyft, DoorDash and other gig drivers from compliance with Assembly Bill 5 (AB5). That bill required companies to treat the drivers as employees.

Prop 22 did include certain provisions for drivers, including new earnings guarantees and health-care stipends among others, but it allows the gig workers to remain independent.

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African fintech startup ImaliPay raises pre-seed funding to service gig economy

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ImaliPay, an African-based fintech start-up is making waves by reshaping the future of work in the gig economy.

The Australian venture capital firm TEN13 reputed for investing in top-tier start-ups has invested an undisclosed amount of pre-seed funding in ImaliPay. ImaliPay joins TEN13’s growing fintech portfolio; the likes of Chipper Cash and Bookipi. Other investors included in the raise are; Finca Ventures, Optimiser Foundation, Mercycorps Ventures, Changecom, and super angels from Norway, Nigeria, UK, and Kenya. The primary aim of the investment is to expand and accelerate its growth and footprint in Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa to be the one-stop-shop for gig workers’ financial needs.

TEN13’s backing of ImaliPay follows a recent string of events that has elevated the visibility of Africa’s Fintech start-up scene. “We believe this is a perfect opportunity to introduce our growing international network of investment professionals and investors to one of the most exciting emerging Fintech companies in Africa, ” said TEN13 Managing Partner, Stew Glynn.

The growth in the African gig workforce is being propelled by the growth in digitisation and smartphone penetration. Gig workers constitute a significant proportion of the economy within ImaliPay’s target markets and this market segment is expected to grow rapidly over the next decade. ImaliPay offers gig workers a one-stop-shop of financial services such as the ability to seamlessly save their income and receive in-kind loans through a “buy now, pay later” model tied to their trade. Bolt drivers in Kenya can now request a fuel loan and payback after 3-4 days, this allows them to get more work done and Safeboda riders in Nigeria can now buy on credit bike parts, fuel, and smartphones to keep their gig moving and reduce any downtime. Other products to be offered off the platform include insurance and investment options to foster a safety net for this hard-working but vulnerable part of the population.

ImaliPay was co-founded in 2020 by Zimbabwean Tatenda Furusa and Nigerian Sanmi Akinmusire who met whilst working at leading payments company Cellulant. They believe the backing of the start-up by a notable venture capital company such as TEN13 has tremendous benefits. “It’s a great opportunity for investors to participate in the fintech revolution and a fast-growing segment. Our vision at ImaliPay is to advance financial health and inclusion for gig workers who struggle to manage and access flexible financial services that are often only available to traditional SMEs”, said Furusa.

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EU seeks views on gig workers’ rights ahead of possible law

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BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Commission on Wednesday took a step towards improving the rights of gig economy workers with the launch of a public consultation to determine their legal employment status and how to improve their working conditions.

Lockdowns to contain the COVID-19 pandemic have increased demand for casual workers as food deliverers have hired drivers, while cleaners, needed to battle the spread of infection, have faced health and safety risks.

Courts and regulators have meanwhile sought to correct the shortcomings in the gig economy.

The UK Supreme Court ruled last week that Uber drivers are entitled to workers’ rights, such as the minimum wage, and a Spanish court said in September that riders for Barcelona-based food delivery app Glovo were employees, not freelancers.

The EU executive said it wants feedback from trade unions and employers’ groups during the six-week consultation. A subsequent consultation will look into the content of a possible law by the end of the year unless unions and employers decide to negotiate the issue themselves.

“There is no going back as to how things work. The platform economy is here to stay, new technology, new sources of knowledge, new forms of work will shape the world in the years ahead,” the Commission’s digital chief Margrethe Vestager told a news conference.

“These are new opportunities that must not come with different rights, online as well as offline. All people should be protected and allowed and enabled to work safely and with dignity,” she said.

The consultation listed seven areas for possible improvement – the employment status of gig workers, their working conditions, access to social protection, access to collective representation and bargaining, cross-border aspects, the companies’ use of algorithmic management and training and professional opportunities.

Uber said it would work with policymakers and social groups on the proposal.

“Any legislative initiative should be grounded in what platform workers value most – flexibility and control over their work, transparent and fair earnings, access to benefits and protections, and meaningful representation,” the company said in a statement.

Small companies lobbying group SME Connect urged the Commission to expand the consultation to other groups.

“Looking at these issues solely through the prism of employees/employers’ organisations risks a failure to account for these platforms and those who work on them,” its president Paul Rübig wrote in a letter to Vestager.

(Reporting by Foo Yun Chee; editing by Philip Blenkinsop and Barbara Lewis)

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