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Nickel Alloys Market Analysis, Trends, and Forecasts, 2017-2022 by SpendEdge

The Nickel Alloys market size is expected to grow over USD 2 billion at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 3.2% during the forecast period of 2017-2022.

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SpendEdge has announced the release of its Global Nickel Alloys Market Procurement Intelligence Report (Graphic: Business Wire)

Various end-user sectors are exhibiting their growing demand for express delivery of products which is fuelling spend growth in the Nickel Alloys market. For instance, the express delivery of products such as investigational medical products, clinical supplies, and patient samples is critical for buyers in the healthcare sector.

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Top Spending Regions in the Nickel Alloys Market:

According to the spend share and forecasts, APAC and Europe will be the leading regions in the Nickel Alloys market.

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Insights that drive the Supply chain market of Nickel Alloys Market:

  • Courier express and parcel service providers’ profit margins are expected to increase owing to the rise in adoption of cost-plus pricing and asset utilization rates.

  • In the Nickel Alloys market, service providers prefer to their services based on seasonal demand.

Some of the top Nickel Alloys suppliers listed in this report:

This Nickel Alloys procurement intelligence report has enlisted the top suppliers and their cost structures, SLA terms, best selection criteria, and negotiation strategies.

  • Aperam

  • ATI

  • Carpenter Technology

  • Thyssenkrupp

  • Haynes International

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UK PM Johnson Says Soaring COVID-19 Cases in Line With Forecasts | World News

LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday that the current soaring number of COVID-19 cases was about where government forecasts had predicted so the next weeks would be crucial to see if local lockdowns could get on top of the virus.

“The incidence that we’re seeing in the cases really sort of corresponds to pretty much where we thought we were,” Johnson said after Britain reported a jump in daily COVID-19 cases to a record 22,961 on Sunday.

A technical glitch had meant that over 15,000 test results had not been transferred into computer systems on time, including for contact tracers.

“To be frank, I think that the slightly lower numbers that we’d seen didn’t really reflect where we thought that the disease was likely to go so I think these numbers are realistic,” Johnson said.

“The crucial thing is that in the next few days, weeks we’ll we’ll see more clearly whether some of the restrictions that we put in … whether that starts to work in driving down the virus.”

Asked about a vaccine, Johnson said it felt like an AstraZeneca project must be on the verge of one.

“We are working very very hard to get one,” Johnson said of a vaccine. “We are not there yet.”

“I went to see the scientists at Oxford at the Jenner Institute, the AstraZeneca team – incredible what they’re doing. You know you really feel they must be on the verge of it, but its got to be properly tested,” Johnson said.

(Reporting by Guy Faulconbridge; editing by William James)

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