Global Automotive Fuse Industry to Cross $32 Billion by 2027 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

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DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Automotive Fuse – Global Market Outlook (2019-2027)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Global Automotive Fuse market accounted for $16.33 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach $32.07 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 8.8% during the forecast period.

Some of the factors propelling the growth of the market are the increasing application of high-voltage architecture, increasing demand for vehicle power and battery capacity and increasing vehicle safety & comfort features in mid-segment vehicles. However, the lack of development in the low voltage fuses is hindering the growth of the market.

Based on the fuse type, the blade segment is anticipated to hold considerable market share during the forecast period owing to the reasons like they are more compact, lighter, durable and have a simpler structure which is extensively used by the OEMs.

By geography, Asia-Pacific is going to have a

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Despite Pandemic, EmbraerX Speeds Development Of EVTOL ‘Flying Cars’ For Uber Elevate And Beyond

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The dream of flying cars that can zoom over urban traffic is a persistent one. Perhaps the most organized “urban air mobility” effort is the Uber Elevate Network, the “future of aerial ride-sharing.” Uber is working with partners like vehicle designers, manufacturers, infrastructure providers and regulators to begin testing vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) vehicles “as early as 2020.” Riders are to get the “option of an affordable shared flight” by 2023.

Considering the impact of the pandemic on the aviation industry, and on Uber itself, are such optimistic dates still viable? “We think it’s more important our vehicles go into operation when conditions are right for the vehicle and ecosystem,” says Andre Stein, Head of Strategy at EmbraerX, an Uber Elevate partner which recently launched an eVTOL simulator, (You 

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A big re-route for the road cycling world

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The problem is not that people don’t want to ride their bikes. In fact, these are boom times for the cycling industry.

“We are experiencing one of our best summers ever at Full Cycle,” says Spencer Burns, operations manager at the Boulder bike shop. “Consistently high sales and busy shops since May, even though stock and inventory has been really challenging. A lot of our distributors don’t have product. Or as soon as a product sells out, every other distributor dominos and sells out as well.”

Entry-level bikes are gone within days of being built. Bike tubes and water bottle holders can’t be reordered fast enough. Go for a weekend ride, or drive, and you’ll see these shiny new assets in use on Boulder County roads.

So, yes, folks are getting in the saddle and out on the road this year, sometimes in “germ pods,” as Burns says, people who

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Allied Van Lines Receives 37th Annual ‘Quest For Quality Awards’ Recognition From Logistics Management

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The Quest for Quality Awards are the gold standard for customer satisfaction and performance excellence for carriers, ports and logistics providers worldwide

CHICAGO, July 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Allied Van Lines is recognized as a top service-excellence provider in the transportation and logistics industry by Logistics Management for their annual Quest for Quality Awards. The Quest for Quality Awards are the gold standard for customer satisfaction and performance excellence for carriers, ports and logistics providers worldwide.

Allied Van Lines – 2017 Most Recommended Moving Company by Women’s Choice Awards. (PRNewsFoto/Allied Van Lines) (PRNewsfoto/Allied Van Lines, Inc.)

For nearly forty years, Logistics Management’s Quest for Quality Awards has been viewed as the most important measure of customer satisfaction in the transportation and logistics industry. In a six-month survey conducted by Logistics Management (LM), the team gathered 4,504 ballots to determine leaders in the transportation industry strictly on the

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