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The Wall Street Journal: More Aluminum Cars? Not So Fast
07.31.17

New study forecasts that auto makers’ use of aluminum will continue to grow, but pace will slow as vehicles incorporate a patchwork of materials.

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Ducker – a Pioneer in Online B2B Communities
07.06.17

What if, as an industrial company, you could have permanent access to critical qualitative insights gathered directly from your clients and prospects – collecting their feedback, their needs and expectations in real time? 

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Ducker Worldwide Attends MOVIN’ON 2017 | Michelin Challenge Bibendum
06.30.17

Ducker Worldwide’s (Ducker) global representatives Scott Ulnick and Jochen Kemnitz attended MOVIN’ON 2017. This was the 13th edition of the global sustainable mobility summit, and took place June 13-15 in Montreal. Nearly 4,000 were in attendance, including civil society stakeholders such as NGOs, PMEs and start-ups, along with members of the political, industrial, scientific, business and media communities.

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Japan’s Three-pronged Approach to the Auto Industry
05.30.17

Markus Pfefferer, Managing Director – Asia Pacific at Ducker Worldwide, looks at the Japanese auto industry’s focus on socio-economic and demographic factors, EVs and autonomous driving.

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The Use of Telematics in Heavy Equipment
05.25.17

Telematics refers to the process of capturing and processing data through telecommunications and informatics. 

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NAFTA Renegotiation and the Significance to the Automotive Supply Chain
05.17.17

The Trump administration continues to report that U.S. trade deals will work for all Americans, but how that will look for automotive OEMs and their suppliers is still to be determined.

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Ducker Predicts That the Mining Industry’s Slow, Steady Rebound Will Continue
04.18.17

Prices of metals and minerals such as aluminum, copper, iron ore, lead and zinc are up 9% in the first quarter of 2017, as compared with the fourth quarter of 2016

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Ducker Forecasts 6% Growth for Low Slope Roofing Market
04.13.17

Ducker forecasts the low-slope roofing market will reach $1.8 billion in 2017 (manufacturer market value, roofing material only)

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