London, UK (PRWEB) June 17, 2015
Market Publishers Ltd and Cheminfo Services signed a partnership agreement for quality market research promotion on Internet. MarketPublishers.com is now authorised to distribute and sell research reports worked out by Cheminfo Services.
Commenting on the agreement, Natalie Aster, Assistant Manager at Partners Department, said: “For more than 30 years, Cheminfo Services has been providing insightful market research and top-grade advisory services to private and public sector entities alike. The areas of the firm’s expertise comprise chiefly North America’s energy, environment, chemicals, heavy industry, transportation, and economics areas. Their team of professional economists and engineers have exhaustive background knowledge of the Canadian industrial landscape, offering a unique blend of business, technical, and policy skills and capabilities to meet the challenges facing clients and help them with their marketing, sales, new product development, and environmental planning activities, among others. We are happy that we have partnered with Cheminfo Services and are assured that our further collaboration will bring benefits to both parties as well as to our valued customers.”
New Market Research Reports by Cheminfo Services Include:
Canadian Mineral Mining Profile Series. The report presents profiles of the 12 major minerals that are mined across Canada. Each profile includes an overview of the respective actual mines in Canada; data on production levels; comparison of Canada’s and world production of the mineral alongside Canada's share of the total production; worldwide reserves of the pertinent mineral and Canada’s percentage in those reserves; prospective future developments nationwide with respect to novel mines for the mineral; the country’s foreign trade in the mineral; employment in the industry, nationally and by mine alike; sector associations representing the industry internationally and domestically; and the mineral’s end-use applications.
Canadian Mining Profile Series. The study offers the 30 individual profiles of the leading metals and/or minerals which are being mined in Canada. The information discussed in the profiles comprise: actual mining-metallurgical complexes in Canada for the mineral/metal; analysis of the production levels nationwide, across provinces/territories and facilities; comparison of the country’s and world production of the metal/mineral along with Canada's percentage ration of overall production; metal/mineral’s global reserves and Canada’s share; potential developments with respect to new mines in the offing; Canada’s foreign trade; employment in the industry in Canada, both nationally and by mining and/or metallurgical complex; end-use applications for the metal/mineral; and industry groups representing the industry in the domestic market and on the international stage.
Canadian Diamond Mining Industry. The report is devoted to providing an in-depth analysis of Canada’s diamond mining sector. It examines the historical development of the domestic industry, explores major recent events as well as speculates on potential future developments. It offers data on production levels for Canada and as well as for its various provinces and/or territories. The study presents granular profiles of different diamond mining facilities across the country, giving details about ownership, location and also production levels and/or annual capacities. It also outlines Canada’s position in relation to global competitors.
More details on the publisher and its reports can be found at Cheminfo Services page.