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Japan Crawler Excavator Market Assessment Report 2021-2027 – Rising Demand for Eco Construction in Japan will Boost Demand for Crawler Excavators

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Dublin, July 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Japan Crawler Excavator Market – Strategic Assessment & Forecast 2021-2027” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Japan crawler excavator market size is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.08% during the period 2021-2027

Japan is planning to enhance its network in the Kansai area and also establish Osaka Training Center / ICT Learning Center that would lead to the surge in demand for crawler excavators. The rising demand for Eco construction in Japan will boost demand for crawler excavators.

The report considers the present scenario of the Japan crawler excavator market and its market dynamics for the forecast period 2021-2027. It covers a detailed overview of several growth enablers, restraints, and trends in the market. The study includes the volume and value sales with segment analysis of the Japan crawler excavator market.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE REPORT

  • Excavators used in the construction industry accounted for the largest share of around 54.6% of huge government expenditure on construction projects.
  • The country has improved its efficiency in transforming innovative inputs into outputs during the last three years. Improved ranks in innovation outputs have a beneficial impact in boosting the growth of the Japanese crawler excavator market.
  • The Japanese construction machines and equipment industry is extremely mature and comprises a wholesome ecosystem to cater to the demand of both domestic and export markets.

JAPAN CRAWLER EXCAVATOR MARKET INSIGHTS

  • Foreign investors working in Japan have more access to other Asian markets due to its geographic position helping the vendors to grow in the Japan crawler excavator market.
  • The construction industry largely drives the demand for mini excavators in the country.
  • Komatsu leads the market for hydraulic excavators in the country with around 24% share, closely followed by Hitachi Construction and Kobelco with 22% and 20% share.
  • The Japanese economy is projected to witness steady growth over the forecast period. This would eventually boost the domestic demand for commodities and equipment, driving the crawler excavator market in Japan.
  • Development of hydraulic and engine control systems, automation, electric, autonomous, and remote-control technologies are booming the growth of the crawler excavator market.
  • The business is leading the Japan excavator market for green products that comply with increasingly stringent international environmental laws, such as the IMO’s air pollution and sulfur dioxide emission standards, by creating key eco-friendly technology.
  • According to ‘Cushman & Wakefield’s multifamily building construction is projected to grow at around 35% in 2021. This is expected to boost the sale of excavators in the country significantly.

VENDOR LANDSCAPE

Vendors are creating innovations and developing technologies to accelerate the growth of the crawler excavator market in Japan. The OEMs have a triple business model for handling new excavators, refurbished used excavators, and renting out new excavators.

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This provides the Japanese manufacturers the much-needed tactical reach of equipment to remote regions through refurbished equipment sales, further promoting the sales of new equipment. Offering the best smart industrial solutions by merging robotic automation with next-generation technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data analytics is gaining momentum across the Japan excavator market.

SEGMENTAL ANALYSIS

  • The medium excavator varies in size and capacity for various applications. The power output of this excavator can range from less than 60HP to more than 200HP. Japan’s medium crawler excavator market by value is expected to reach USD 609.6 million by 2027.
  • 61hp-101hp crawler excavator finds applications in urban development projects and excavation operations in residential and commercial building activities.
  • With the increasing diversity of attachments and advancements in machine design, excavators are gaining popularity on-farm.

Market Segmentation by Excavator Type

  • Mini (>6 tons)
  • Small (6-15 tons)
  • Medium (15-30 tons)
  • Large (above 30 tons)

Market Segmentation by Gross Power

  • 61-101 HP
  • 102-200 HP
  • >201 HP

Market Segmentation by Application

  • Construction
  • Mining
  • Agriculture
  • Forestry
  • Others

WHY SHOULD YOU BUY THIS REPORT?

This report is among the few in the market that offers outlook and opportunity analysis forecast in terms of

  • Volume (Unit sales)
  • Type
  • Excavator Type and Operating Weight
  • Application
  • Gross Power Output
  • Value (USD)
  • Type
  • Excavator Type and Operating Weight
  • Application
  • Gross Power Output
  • Gain competitive intelligence about the economic scenario, advantages in Japan, major projects and investments, market dynamics, and market share
  • Examples of latest technologies
  • Get presentation-ready format and easy-to-interpret data
  • Enable decision-makers to make informed and profitable choices
  • Gain expert quantitative and qualitative analysis on value/volume growth projections of the Japan crawler excavator market
  • Complete supply chain analysis
  • Get COVID-19 impact analysis of the market
  • Company Profile of 16 major vendors

KEY QUESTIONS ANSWERED:

  • At what CAGR is the Japan crawler excavator market projected to grow in the forecast period (2021-2027)?
  • What are the segments covered in the crawler excavator market report?
  • Who are the top players in the Japan crawler excavator market?
  • What are the latest trends for Japan crawler excavators?
  • What are the key factors driving the Japanese crawler excavator market growth?

Key Topics Covered:

Section 1 – Introduction

Section 2 – The Market Overview

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  • Economic Scenario, Advantage Japan, increasing global demand for excavators further enhancing export prospects, key economic regions in Japan

Section 3- Technological Advances

  • Technology Adoption by Major Vendors with Examples

Section 4 Market Dynamics

  • Market Drivers, Restraints, Trends

Section 5 – Japan Crawler Excavator Market (Type & Operating Weight)
1. Japan Crawler Excavator Market by Excavator Market by Type (Operating Weight)
2. Japan Crawler Excavator Market by Excavator Market by Application
3. Japan Crawler Excavator Market by Gross Power
4. Crawler Excavator Market by Gross Power Output, 61 hp-101 hp, Volume & Value, 2018-2027

Section 6 – Market Landscape
1. Supply Chain Insights
2. Key Highlights
3. COVID-19 Impact Analysis

Section 7 – Competitive Landscape
1. Company Profile of major Vendors (Komatsu, Hitachi Construction Machinery, Kobelco, Caterpillar, Hyundai Construction Equipment, Doosan, JCB, SANY, Volvo Construction Equipment)
2. Other Prominent vendors

Section 8 – Report Summary

Companies Mentioned

  • Caterpillar
  • Komatsu
  • Hitachi
  • Sany
  • Volvo Construction Equipment
  • Kobelco
  • JCB
  • Hyundai Construction Equipment
  • Doosan
  • LeeBoy
  • Sumitomo
  • Mahindra
  • XCMG
  • Kubota
  • Ingersoll Rand
  • Liebherr

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/bwzo3r


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Workers embrace AI and prioritise skills growth amid rising workloads and an accelerating pace of change: PwC 2024 Global Workforce Hopes & Fears Survey

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Almost half (45%) of workers say their workload has increased significantly in the past year, as almost two-thirds (62%) say the pace of change at work has increased over the same timeMore than one-quarter (28%) say they are very or extremely likely to switch employer in the next 12 months – a higher proportion than during the ‘Great Resignation’ (19%) in 2022Employees prioritise skills-growth: fewer than half (46%) strongly or moderately agree that their employer provides adequate opportunities to learn new skills. This is particularly important for workers considering leaving: two-thirds (67%) say opportunities to learn new skills are a key factor in any decision to job-switchMore than 80% of workers who use generative AI daily expect it to make their time at work more efficient in the next 12 months. Half (49%) of all users expect it to lead to higher salariesCost-of-living pressures ease slightly: the proportion of workers with money left over each month rises to 45% (compared to 38% in 2023). However, 52% say they are still financially stressedLONDON, June 25, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Among more than 56,000 workers across 50 countries and territories, many say they are prioritising long-term skills growth to accelerate their careers amid rising workloads and heightened workplace uncertainty, according to PwC’s 2024 Global Workforce Hopes & Fears Survey, published today.

In the last 12 months, workers say they have experienced rising workloads (45%) and an accelerating pace of workplace change. Nearly two-thirds (62%) say they have experienced more change at work in the past year than the 12 months prior, with two-fifths (40%) noting their daily responsibilities have changed to a large or very large extent. Almost half (44%) don’t understand the purpose of changes taking place.
In the midst of this growing mix of employee pressures, the findings suggest workers are alert to opportunities elsewhere, and are highly focused on skills growth and embracing AI.
More than one-quarter (28%) say they are likely to switch employer in the next 12 months, a percentage far higher than during the ‘Great Resignation’ (19%) of 2022. Two-thirds (67%) of those considering moving say skills is an important factor in their decision to stay with their current employer or switch to a new one.
Carol Stubbings, Global Markets and Tax & Legal Services (TLS) Leader, PwC UK, said:
“As workers face heightened uncertainty, rising workloads and continue to face financial stress, they are prioritising skills growth and embracing new and emerging technologies such as GenAI to turbocharge their growth and accelerate their careers. The findings suggest that job satisfaction is no longer enough. Employees are placing an increased premium on skills growth in a climate characterised by constant technological change. Employers must ensure they are investing in their employees and technological platforms to mitigate employee pressures and retain the brightest talent.”
Workers embrace AI to ease workplace pressures and unlock personal growth
As employees face heightened workplace pressures, they are also turning to new and emerging technologies such as generative AI (GenAI) to help. Among those employees who use GenAI daily, 82% expect it to make their time at work more efficient in the next 12 months.
Employees are also optimistic about opportunities for GenAI to support their growth. Half (49%) of all users expect GenAI to lead to higher salaries – an expectation that’s even higher (76%) among employees who use the technology daily. More than 70% of users agree that GenAI tools will create opportunities to be more creative at work (73%) and improve the quality of their work (72%).
The skills imperative
Workers are placing an increased premium on skills growth to mitigate their concerns and accelerate their careers. Employees who say they are likely to switch employers in the next 12 months are nearly twice as likely to strongly consider upskilling in that decision than workers planning to stay (67% vs. 36%). This comes as fewer than half (46%) of all employees moderately or strongly agree that their employer provides adequate opportunities to learn new skills that will be helpful to their careers.
Employees who are likely to leave in the next year may be more attuned to skills changes that are needed than the general workforce, with 51% moderately or strongly agreeing that the skills their job requires will change in the next five years (vs. 29% of those unlikely to change employer).
There is particular interest in the impact of AI on skills development, with 76% of all users expecting it to create opportunities to learn new skills at work. However, employers will need to invest heavily in new and emerging technology training and access. Among employees who have not used GenAI at work in the last 12 months, one-third (33%) don’t think there are opportunities to use the technology in their line of work, while 24% don’t have access to the tools at work, and 23% don’t know how to use the tools.
Despite the pace of change, there are also signs of optimism and engagement at work. 60% of workers expressed at least moderate job satisfaction (up from 56% in 2023) while more than half (57%) of employees who view fair pay as important agree that their job is fairly paid. Cost-of-living pressures have slightly eased since 2023 (the proportion of workers with money left over each month has risen to 45%, up from 38%). However,  more than half (52%) say they are still financially stressed to some degree.
Pete Brown, Global Workforce Leader, PwC UK, said:
“Technology is fundamentally transforming the way work gets done and the types of skills employers are looking for. Employees are therefore placing an increased premium on organisations that invest in their skills growth so that they can stay relevant and thrive in a digital world. Businesses in turn must be proactive in their upskilling programs – prioritising the employee experience and being transparent. Because when you meaningfully engage your workforce, they become an accelerant for successful transformation.”
Notes to Editors: 
About the Survey
In March 2024, PwC surveyed 56,600 individuals across 50 countries and territories who are in work or active in the labour market. The sample was designed to reflect a range of industries, demographic characteristics and working patterns. You can read the full report on pwc.com.
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Contact:  Imran Javaid, Global Corporate Affairs and Communications, PwC UK: [email protected] Dan Barabas, Global Corporate Affairs and Communications, PwC UK: [email protected]
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Amagi Showcases New Stream Technology With VIZIO

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Amagi’s new Zero Slate delivers personalized linear streaming, resulting in increased viewership on VIZIO FAST channels 
NEW YORK, June 24, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Amagi, the global leader in cloud-based SaaS technology for broadcast and Connected TV (CTV), today announced the first successful showcase of Amagi’s Zero Slate technology on VIZIO’s owned and operated WatchFree+ channels, part of Amagi’s broader Stream Personalization initiative. This innovative new offering enhances the streaming experience with its highly impactful, patent-pending technology that can dynamically adjust the length of ad breaks on a per-viewer basis, eliminating the need for slates or filler to round out linear ad breaks.

This new “viewer-first” personalized approach to digital streaming has already demonstrated a lift in viewership (Amagi ANALYTICS showing more than 20% increase) on VIZIO’s owned and operated channels utilizing the Zero Slate capabilities. This industry-first innovation from Amagi paves the path for a more engaging and profitable future for entertainment and enhanced viewer experiences.
Data from Amagi ANALYTICS indicates that slates, often used to fill the unsold portion of ad pods, may increase viewer churn by as much as 15% in today’s Free Ad-supported Streaming TV (FAST) ecosystem. Zero Slate’s early success demonstrates that personalizing pod length can boost viewer engagement, enabling more high-quality viewing experiences over time. This capability also represents an important first step for Amagi toward a broader suite of Stream Personalization capabilities that offer even more engaging linear viewing experiences.
“We are pleased to partner with Amagi on this showcase of their Zero Slate technology. This collaboration reinforces VIZIO’s commitment to enhancing user experiences and delivering personalized content as we expand Zero Slate across more channels,” said Katherine Pond, Group Vice President of Platform Content and Partnerships at VIZIO.
“We are grateful to have partnered with an industry leader like VIZIO to test the impact of our new Zero Slate capability and are excited about Stream Personalization’s ability to further transform the linear viewing experience,” said Srinivasan KA, Co-founder and Chief Revenue Officer, Amagi.
About VIZIOFounded and headquartered in Orange County, California, our mission at VIZIO Holding Corp. (NYSE: VZIO) is to deliver immersive entertainment and compelling lifestyle enhancements that make our products the center of the connected home. We are driving the future of televisions through our integrated platform of cutting-edge Smart TVs and powerful operating system. We also offer a portfolio of innovative sound bars that deliver consumers an elevated audio experience. Our platform gives content providers more ways to distribute their content and advertisers more tools to connect with the right audience.
For more information, visit VIZIO.com and follow VIZIO on Facebook, Twitter, and [email protected] 
About AmagiAmagi is a next-generation media technology company that provides cloud broadcast and targeted advertising solutions to broadcast TV and streaming TV platforms. Amagi enables content owners to launch, distribute, and monetize live linear channels on Free Ad-supported Streaming TV and video services platforms. Amagi also offers 24×7 cloud-managed services bringing simplicity, advanced automation, and transparency to the entire broadcast operations. Overall, Amagi supports 800+ content brands, 800+ playout chains, and over 5,000 channel deliveries on its platform in over 150 countries. Amagi has a presence in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Melbourne, Seoul, Singapore, and broadcast operations in New Delhi, and innovation centers in Bengaluru, Zagreb, and Łódź.
Link to Word Doc: www.wallstcom.com/Amagi/240624-Amagi-VIZIO_ZSlate.docx 
Agency Contact:Joseph LesieutreWall Street CommunicationsEmail: [email protected]
Amagi Contact:Aashish WashikarDirector – Corporate CommunicationsEmail: [email protected]: +91 9533390005

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ResourceWise Brings Its Cross-Commodity Data and Analytics Expertise to New Oleochemicals Service

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ResourceWise has met a key milestone in providing cross-commodity price benchmarks, data, and analysis on chemicals, forest products, and decarbonization markets. 
CHARLOTTE, N.C., June 24, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — ResourceWise has met a key milestone in providing cross-commodity price benchmarks, data, and analysis on chemicals, forest products, and decarbonization markets. 

For the first time, one digital product encompasses expertise that spans all the key commodity sectors that ResourceWise covers. Dedicated to renewable feedstock, the new platform-based oleochemicals analysis and insight tools draw on decades of experience within each distinct business sector. 
Dwight Lynch, Biomaterials Business Manager at ResourceWise, is leading the transition towards data and insight on renewable intermediates and biobased and biodegradable polymer inputs. 
“Navigating oleochemicals markets at a time when regulation, legislation, and competition from renewable fuels markets are the key drivers is a challenge. Our new service offers pricing and analysis that informs decision-makers and allows sustainable business to thrive.” 
The new oleochemicals portal in ResourceWise’s flagship chemicals market intelligence platform, OrbiChem360, has evolved beyond its legacy biomaterials insights to focus on the fats and oils markets that are key to sustainability.  
It presents pricing data and analysis that ResourceWise biomaterials experts have furnished within OrbiChem360 this past decade and includes a crude tall oil (CTO) price index. The inclusion of a forest-based output introduces the ResourceWise platform FisherSolve’s pulp and paper industry insight to our portfolio. 
Pete Stewart, the CEO of ResourceWise, is focused on the future. “From raw material converters to end-use consumer goods producers, manufacturing value chain participants are increasingly seeking cross-commodity insights to meet low-carbon targets. We are building and providing the data and analytics businesses need to achieve environmental, social, and governance (ESG) targets and market products competitively worldwide.  
“The ResourceWise mission is to use the intelligence within the increasingly inter-related business sectors we have harnessed to guide customers in their journey toward a net-zero future. This new offering is the first of many milestones in our endeavor to do just that,” adds Stewart.  
A Streamlined Renewable Chemicals Service  
The new product leverages oleochemical pricing and commentary gathered by ResourceWise legacy brands since 2014 and insight collected since the 1990s. It extends our regional reach with additional price points and streamlines the data and analytics provided.  
The new portal is designed with personal care, cosmetics, detergents, lubricants, pharmaceuticals, flavor and fragrance, and food and beverage market participants in mind. However, it provides pricing data and insights for producers, intermediaries, and consumer product manufacturers in broader industries. 
More Than Forty Current and Historical Prices          
International price indexes for oleochemicals include the feedstocks soybean, coconut, tall, rapeseed, and palm oils, as well as tallow and glycerine grades Dozens of spot and contract prices for fatty acids and fatty alcohols plus comprehensive commentary based on intelligence from a worldwide contact base       Low-carbon price benchmarks and commentary in our oleochemicals offering will increasingly leverage intelligence on the biofuels sector within the Prima CarbonZero platform      Global Trade Flow graphics for all oils and tallow to help customers understand how key plant and animal-based feedstocks are traded globally to identify new markets and sources   Industry experts contextualize data, making it actionable, and respond personally to customer inquiries By bridging information gaps in the chemicals market, OrbiChem360 subscribers gain a competitive edge in volatile markets. The platform provides decision makers with robust, data-driven insight that unravels market trends so they can harness growth opportunities. For more information on the OrbiChem360 platform, visit the ResourceWise OrbiChem360 page. 
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