Watch Borghi’s SHARP L CURVE trimming machine for finishing curved brooms and brushes in action in the video. The SHARP L CURVE is ideal for finishing high volumes of brushes and is based on a cam system, allowing different trimming profiles for different shapes of the brooms and brushes.
Abtex LLC. has enhanced and released a new and updated website at www.artifexusa.com that demonstrates the expanded surface-finishing capabilities resulting from its exclusive North American distributorship of Artifex polishing and surface-finishing products. Abtex is the world’s leading manufacturer of brush/machine deburring solutions for the manufacturing industry. Artifex is a German company with a distinguished manufacturing history beginning in 1924. Abtex is Artifex’s exclusive North American distributor and has been a strategic partner for metal products since 2005.
With many countries offering more transparent trade policies and the ease of sourcing raw materials throughout the world, global trade is now the standard. However, recent volatility in material and energy price, rising protectionism and the US-China trade war is making acquisition riskier and there is uncertainty for the trade market. Many enterprises no longer set their sights on countries offering low labor costs, but instead, now look for countries offering lower prices in resources. Reducing acquisition cost and risk is now the foremost mission for enterprises performing international trades.
While the Institute for Supply Management® reported a slight uptick to a 43.1 percent PMI for US manufacturers in May, Italy saw a strong rebound from an all-time low of 31.1 in April to 45.4 in May, which pushed the country above their six-month PMI moving average. In addition, China’s manufacturing index bumped up to growth territory with a Caixin Manufacturing index of 50.7 percent in May after showing a slight dip in April.
The ABMA is reporting on Congress passing a new bill amending the Paycheck Protection Program, which was established in March. President Donald Trump is signed the new bill into law on June 5, 2020. The bill, which passed with a bipartisan vote, makes the following amendments to the PPP to provide relief to borrowers: