PCIAW Global PPE report

The Global Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Report – The Global Forecast to 2025

The Global Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Market Research Report conducts a deep estimation on the present state of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Industry with the definition, classification and market scope. The fundamental Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Industry aspects like competitive landscape structure, eminent industry players, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Market size and value is studied.…

PCIAW Palm forests

Indonesia to fund sustainability certification for palm smallholders under planned new rules

Indonesia is to issue a new palm sustainability regulation to give greater support for smallholders to get sustainability certificates, Coordinating Minister of Economic Affairs Darmin Nasution said on Wednesday. Under the new regulation, the government will fund certification process by Indonesia Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) for smallholders, he told reporters. The new decree, which needs…

PCIAW downturn in construction

Construction industry prepares for a downturn

Construction industry bosses are reorganising their workforce in preparation for a potential downturn, with higher levels of sub-contracting and lower levels of direct employment claim new research by the Federation of Master Builders(FMB). There was a decrease in employment levels among small construction firms with 21 percent of employers reporting a reduced workforce. Workloads for construction SMEs grew…

PCIAW Why factories should be sustainable?

Why Factories Should be Sustainability Leaders, Not Followers

The fashion industry is among the most polluting industries in the world and demand for inexpensive fast fashion products is increasing the burden on the natural environment. Globally, environmental scientists, researchers, watchdogs and activists are exerting pressure on fast-fashion retailers to be more responsible and sustainable while producing clothing. What’s more, sustainability and climate change issues are…