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The 2011-2016 World Outlook for Cutting, Sewing, and Binding of Fabricated Carpet and Rugs Made from Carpeting Not Made in Same Plant
This econometric study covers the world outlook for cutting, sewing, and binding of fabricated carpet and rugs made from carpeting not made in same plant across more than 200 countries. For each year reported, estimates are given for the latent demand, or potential industry earnings (P.I.E.), for the country in question (in millions of U.S. dollars), the percent share the country is of the region and of the globe. These comparative benchmarks allow the reader to quickly gauge a country vis-a-vis others. Using econometric models which project fundamental economic dynamics within each country and across countries, latent demand estimates are created. This report does not discuss the specific players in the market serving the latent demand, nor specific details at the product level. The study also does not consider short-term cyclicalities that might affect realized sales. The study, therefore, is strategic in nature, taking an aggregate and long-run view, irrespective of the players or products involved.85% (13)
This study does not report actual sales data (which are simply unavailable, in a comparable or consistent manner in virtually all of the 230 countries of the world). This study gives, however, my estimates for the worldwide latent demand, or the P.I.E., for cutting, sewing, and binding of fabricated carpet and rugs made from carpeting not made in same plant. It also shows how the P.I.E. is divided across the world's regional and national markets. For each country, I also show my estimates of how the P.I.E. grows over time (positive or negative growth). In order to make these estimates, a multi-stage methodology was employed that is often taught in courses on international strategic planning at graduate schools of business.
Ilkeston . In 1898 the premises of photographers Seaman and Son were on Bath Street . The Town Railway Station was too . All seemed rosey . Do you remember what happened then ?
At the beginning of the 20th century Ilkeston was an energetic and wealthy Borough Town . Its straggle of tiny villages were linked by a tramway that was one of the first of the United Kingdom . It posessed a considerable diversity of industry . Unfortunately times became less rosy for its largely optimistic new century people as the Great War began and dominated all affairs of life, both local and National . Many men , either by volunteering or conscription went to the Army or Navy and a few for into the infant Air Force . Staple food became rationed and expensive . After a few years of optimism revival following the Great War's end , the 1920s / 1930s worldwide depression struck : wage rates fell and unemployment increased . Life of the poor becomes harder. Meanwhile . . the town had expanded through ribbon development along its tramway . The Borough Council built houses for its population - Council Houses. The came the 1939 - 1946 conflict . Men were conscripted into War Services, both Military and Civilian . Certain women went to compulary war work . Food , Clothing and Fuel Rationing was rapidly introduced . Many months after the conflict's end in 1946 - some men were still abroad in the Forces . National Service Conscription for men continued . A bitter winter in 1947 caused a Fuel Crisis . Coal could not be moved on snow bound railways . Rationing continued . There were electricity power cuts . Gas pressures were low . The war had bankrupted the entire United Kingdom . The National Debt precluded industrial renewal and development . For working people ( men and women ) life was at best basic and at worst grindingly harsh . For them life was a matter of long working hours for little pay . Though there was little to be got wih money . In 1948 the National Health Service was begun . ( Immediately it was scorned by certain media.) The year befor the effectively bankrupt privately owned Railway Companies had been nationalised by purchase of the shares . (The sellers just loved it .) For 1951 the Government organised a national festival of industry and enterprise it to be known as The Festival of Britain . In 1952 the King died . In 1953 Queen Elizabeth 2nd was crowned amid a national holiday celebration . British Forces were fighting in Korea between 1949 and 1952 : National Service Conscription and General Rationing continued. A new Government was elected .Trade and business improved . Certain local businesses began to do very well indeed. Examples - Hosiery (Charnos) Knitwear , Booths , Leaderflush Doors , Building Industry , Road Transport , Ilkeston Shopkeepers . There emerged a group of comparitively wealthy teenagers . Some dressed in an adapted fashioned style and were termed Teddy Boys . Boom years had begun . The Suez Canal Crisis A new prime Minister declared that the UK "had never had it so good". (Which in many peoples' experience was obvious fact . ) Then for many it got even better - the 1960s began . Ilkeston had continued to expand after the war . Large Council Housing estates at Kirk Hallam and Cotmanhay had been built. High standard dwellings at first but built to ever cheaper standards as the 1950s and early 1960s had continued. Early 1960s - railway station closures and complete railway line dismantlements began urged as a Government policy . Fitted carpets - washing machines - sales boom . Circa 1964 the first terraced dwellings built tin the town for decades were errected on the former Hardy's Field near the Triangle in Ilkeston. The new style houses sold for ?2200 at first , before 1960s inflation took hold . Ilkeston ( Liberals Get Things Done ) Council finances a Swimming Baths . Public reliant on public transport. but car sales incresing . At first barely noticeably , but soon significantly , Ilkeston shops become neglected by former customers who journey in their newly aquired cars to other places. American conceived Supermarket shops become popular . United Kingdom trade (in manufactured goods ) with the rest of the world begins decline.. Uk made prices too expensive . Italian made knitwear and shoes sold in great quantities. British Pound devalued . International Monetary Fund loans to the Bank of England for currency support . Britain in fiscal austerity . Prices increasing . Trade Union frustration increasingly desperate . Real terms wages fall . Times of discontent. More women in work . Divorce made available by Legal Aid . New Government elected . 1970s - Ilkeston shops shabbier less patronised and less profitable. Shops carry less stock . Uunemployed increase . Industrial (manufacturing ) unrest . The 1980s began . Strikes at Stanton : Unions warned of consequences . Government reduces money supply. Industrial policy targets heavy indusBiscay - coming over green
I took this when working on an oil tanker as we headed north across the Bay of Biscay with a full load of oil in 1968. The ship was the 'Esso Warwickshire' bound for Fawley, Southampton. If you compare this with the previous photo (see below) you might be confused. This is starboard side looking east (and astern) as we head north, The roll of the ship has allowed water to pour onto the low deck rather than being driven aboard, by the westerly bluster, as in the previous image. As any seafarer will know, though this looks quite dramatic, it was not exceptional weather. The ship felt as safe as a house. Most of the time on vessels this big the dangers are more like the kind people face in factories from being close to heavy machinery. The worst job when the weather has set the ship on steady roll like this is the cook's, keeping any eye on the saucepans of hot liquid in the galley and the piles of plates. the other problem with ships like this is that though they are very comfortable with regular film shows, good and plentiful food, a bar and all mod cons in the cabins and carpeted floors and even a swimming pool for the crew, they never call at any foreign port. They just arrive at some buoy 10 miles offshore, fill up, and go home. Life is tedious and seems to involve travelling and never arriving. By the fifth day at sea everyone has told their leave stories and used up their supply of jokes and anyone with an idiosyncracy is beginning to become an irritant rather than amusing. The crews are very small. 30 at most and sometime fewer for a 100,000 ton ship - small by today's standards. If you want the romance of the sea, modern commercial seafaring is not it - unless something goes wrong to test people's untried mettle.
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