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Chinese Smartphone Shipment Volume, April 2014 - May 2015
Windows (Nokia) Smartphone Shipments in China, 4Q 2014
According to the Gartner research, the overall tape drive market declined in unit shipments, but dollar volume for the year increased to $2.
The group projects continued annualized growth of approximately 2% for total tire shipments through 2009, reflecting increases in the nation's gross domestic product (GDP) and industrial production index (IPI).
Customs is a mandatory way station for all international shipments.
In the new report, the Environmental Working Group, a Washington-based watchdog organization, said rail lines in Ventura County, the Valley and the Antelope Valley and the 5 and 210 freeways through Santa Clarita and the Valley would meet federal safety standards for nuclear shipments.
7% loss in casting shipments after 9 consecutive years of expansion (Table 1).
PC shipments were buoyed by the Internet PC program in Korea, an initiative led by the government to boost PC ownership among lower-income groups.
Little growth is expected through 2009, as total shipments stabilize at nearly 56 million units, owing to a slowing of domestic auto production and increased sales of off-shore vehicle imports.
The freight car order backlog is way down compared to this time last year, thus supporting the expected 28% decline in railcar production and the large reduction in steel casting shipments.
The fastest growing region was Japan, with 1999 shipments increasing 45 percent over 1998 shipments.
Description: Monthly shipments of two pounds of gourmet coffees.