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Studies Find Faith-Based Treatments For PTSD Could Be The Most Effective, Mighty Oaks Wants To Take Your Support With Them To Congress On Dec. 11th

Mighty Oaks Foundation Congressional Coalition

They have launched a petition so that congress understands the depth of support for alternative and faith-based treatments, it is their goal to take 10,000 signatures with them to show congress the incredible public support for these options.

SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) November 26, 2019
Mighty Oaks Foundation, a Veterans non-profit that offers one of the most effective PTSD recovery programs available, in the battle against the Veteran suicide epidemic, has just been granted a once in a lifetime opportunity. Founder Chad Robichaux and Executive Director Jeremy Stalnecker have been invited to speak before a landmark coalition to address a bipartisan panel in Congress, of over 50 members of the Veterans Affairs Committee, and Armed Services Committee; this December 11th to advocate, inform and make a case for faith-based treatment options being made available for our Nation’s Warriors. As it has been shown in recent studies that faith-based treatment options are proving to be the most effective in the battle against the veteran suicide epidemic, which currently claims the lives of over 20+ per day.
In support of this landmark effort to make a case to our nation’s legislators for what has shown to have one of the highest success rates of any program in their space, they want you to make your voice heard. They have launched a petition so that congress understands the depth of support for alternative and faith-based treatments, it is their goal to take 10,000 signatures with them to show congress the incredible public support for these options. The central reason they were invited is that Mighty Oaks offers one of the most effective PTS(d) recovery programs available anywhere, in the battle against the Veteran suicide epidemic. They have already reached well over 100,000 Veterans and active duty military, many on official orders, in the 9 years since Mighty Oaks was founded.
Their petition is live as of the publishing of this article and has already achieved 20% of their goal, they are asking their substantial social media following and anyone who receives this message to sign and share this petition page:https://www.mightyoaksprograms.org/coalition/
About Mighty Oaks Foundation:
After 18 years in the war on terror in Iraq and Afghanistan, more than half of the 2 million Veterans struggle with physical and mental health problems stemming from their service. According to the Department of Veteran Affairs, every day in America, over twenty veterans commit suicide. The V.A. Hotline receives an average of 400 calls per day. 2018 marked the highest military active-duty suicide rate in 10 years. At the same time, the divorce rate among active military personnel and returning Veterans is staggering, impacting Veterans, as well as their families. Many combat vets are unable to reintegrate back into civilian life leaving their families to work through the aftermath.
To date, we have had over 3,000 graduates of our Legacy Programs. That’s over 3,000 military personnel, veterans, spouses, and first responders that have hope, healing, and renewed purpose. Additionally, we have reached over 130,000 men and women at Resiliency events around the world and handed out over 91,000 copies of our books. Our Resiliency events are focused on providing resources and tools for our Warriors so that they are properly equipped to face the many challenges of combat and life. We are proud to offer our programs at NO COST to all attendees! That also includes travel to and from one of our four program locations throughout the country.
The Mighty Oaks Foundation is committed to serving the brokenhearted by providing a series of intensive peer-based recovery programs, outpost meetings, and speaking events. Our Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs hosts such Men, Women, and Marriage Advance Programs at multiple locations nationwide. The Warriors who attend are fully sponsored for training, meals, and lodging needs to ensure that upon arrival to the ranch, each Warrior is focused solely on his or her recovery and identifying purpose moving forward.

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CTC GmbH, an Airbus company, deploys Plataine’s AI-based solution for Industrial 3D Printing (Additive Manufacturing) Production Optimization

Prof. Dr. Axel Herrmann, CEO at CTC GmbH: We have decided to expand our partnership with Plataine to meet our goal and help us overcome the inherent complexity of 3D Printing and its related operational challenges

STADE, Germany and TEL-AVIV, Israel (PRWEB) November 25, 2019
CTC GmbH (Composite Technology Center GmbH, Stade) and Plataine, a leading provider of Industrial IoT and AI-based optimization solutions for advanced manufacturing, partnered for optimizing production processes of 3D printed parts for the Aerospace industry.
CTC GmbH, a pioneer and trailblazer for new manufacturing technologies in the aerospace industry, will manufacture parts for Airbus using Stratasys Fortus 450MC printers. 3D printing (Additive Manufacturing) offers shorter time to market, greater production flexibility, increased quality and cost reduction for certain low-mid volume production series. In order to deliver parts on time at the highest quality, CTC GmbH deployed Plataine’s software to digitize, automate and optimize the manufacturing process while collecting sensor and machine data for analytics and smart predictions. The solution optimizes spool management & consumption, enhances part traceability, and offers complete visibility and process control. Plataine’s IIoT and Digital Assistants offer predictive alerts, actionable insights and real-time recommendations to staff, allowing them to further optimize their operations and proactively deal with production challenges. Meanwhile, all production data is stored forming Digital Threads, recording of the entire production process, from raw material to end-product, creating the basis for the subsequent project phase of applying Plataine’s AI capabilities to further improve the process.
“It is our mission to continuously explore innovative technologies in the fields of Industrial Manufacturing, adopting 3D printing (Additive Manufacturing) for series production. We have decided to expand our partnership with Plataine to meet our goal and help us overcome the inherent complexity of 3D Printing and its related operational challenges,” said Prof. Dr. Axel Herrmann, CEO at CTC GmbH.
“We are excited to further cooperate with CTC GmbH, supporting their work in Additive Manufacturing mass production,” said Avner Ben-Bassat, Plataine’s President & CEO. “Plataine’s solution manages & optimizes complex manufacturing processes, by collecting data from sensors and machines in real time, providing AI-based alerts and optimal recommendations.”
Marc Fette, COO at CTC GmbH said: “Despite increased awareness about the potential of connected, industrial-scale 3D printing, in-house 3D printing production processes are often still isolated hubs. Our strategic partnership with Plataine transforms this isolated hub into a productive and integrated facility. Plataine’s holistic solution enable us to improve our operational efficiencies with better response time, optimized storage conditions and material consumption management.”
“Plataine’s solution is an innovative concept that will increase CTC’s productivity significantly and enable them to scale up additive manufacturing. Plataine brings an automated, intelligent, end-to-end solution for Additive Manufacturing operations using applications such as tool tracking, material management and shelf-life management,” said Amir Ben-Assa, Chief Marketing Officer.
About CTC GmbHThe Composite Technology Center GmbH (CTC) in Stade, Germany, is an Airbus company which is driving the development of efficient series production technologies for the manufacturing and assembly of carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) components for aircraft and lightweight construction. Mainly, CTC drives innovation in composite manufacturing to enable Airbus to maintain its top position as a leading aircraft manufacturer. For more information, visit: http://ctc-composites.com/en/
About PlatainePlataine is the leading provider of Industrial IoT and AI-based optimization solutions for advanced manufacturing. Plataine’s solutions provide intelligent, connected Digital Assistants for production floor management and staff, empowering manufacturers to make optimized decisions in real-time, every time. Plataine’s patent-protected technologies are used by leading manufacturers worldwide, including Airbus, GE, Renault F1® Team, IAI, Triumph, General Atomics, TPI Composites, AAT Composites and MT Aerospace. Plataine partners with Google Cloud, Siemens PLM, McKinsey & Company, TE Wire & Cable, VIRTEK, the AMRC with Boeing, and CTC GmbH (an Airbus Company), to advance the ‘Factory of the Future’ worldwide. For this work, Plataine has received a Leadership Award from Frost & Sullivan and Innovation Awards from the JEC and CompositesUK organizations, as well as the Shanghai Society of Aeronautics (SSA). For more information, visit: http://www.plataine.com

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London based CFI.co Announces Mack International as Winner of the 2019 award for: Best Investment Manager Executive Search Firm United States

Founder and President of Mack International, Linda C. Mack, accepted the award for Best Investment Manager Executive Search Firm–United States 2019, presented by the CFI.co Judges Panel. Awards were formally announced in October.(PRWeb November 23, 2019)Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/london_based_cfi_co_announces_mack_international_as_winner_of_the_2019_award_for_best_investment_manager_executive_search_firm_united_states/prweb16741236.htm

Portshift Named Finalist in 2019 SDC Awards for Identity-Based Container/Microservice Security

TEL AVIV, Israel (PRWEB) November 22, 2019
Portshift, a leader in identity-based workload protection for cloud-native applications, today announced that the company has been named a finalist for Cloud Security Innovation of the Year in the SDC Awards. The company is being recognized for its identity-based workload protection platform which provides advanced security for Kubernetes containers and microservices.
The SDC (Storage, Digitalization + Cloud) Awards is the new name for the Angel Business Communications’ IT awards, which are now focused on recognizing and rewarding success in the products and services at the foundation for digital transformation. The 2019 finalists will be ranked by an independent panel of experts for exceptional performance, service metrics, business presence and results, then recognized at a black-tie awards gala dinner and ceremony in London on November 27, 2019.
Portshift’s identity-based cloud native workload security and risk management platform ensures that Kubernetes environments are secure from development to runtime. When unknown and possibly malicious workloads are detected, they are removed by Portshift to provide a secure work environment. Portshift’s workload management offers an alternative to the use of IP addresses, ports and firewalls to secure the network perimeter as it addresses the unique security requirements of cloud-native microservices running in containers both inside and outside of the network perimeter.
“We appreciate this recognition of our efforts to empower DevOps and DevSecOps to continuously secure and protect the growing community of Kubernetes experts,” said Ran Ilany, CEO, Portshift. “Through our innovative platform, DevOps professionals can more easily visualize the detailed operations of cloud native workloads in order to realize anomalies and remedy threats. Our entire team looks forward to the final results of these esteemed awards at the ceremony next week.”
To view the entire list of finalists in this year’s SDC Awards, please visit SDC Awards.
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ResourcesTo learn more about Portshift:
About PortshiftPortshift is an identity-based cloud workload protection platform that secures applications from CI/CD to runtime. Portshift enables organizations to know which applications are running on their cloud environments, to see and enforce how the applications communicate and to easily find information that is associated with their development and deployment cycles enabling DevOps teams to orchestrate security as part of their day-to-day job. Portshift’s unique model introduces a security framework that is decoupled from network and operations, allowing for accelerated software delivery at any scale. Portshift was spun out of think tank and company-builder Team8. Go to portshift.io for more info.

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Ontario-Based Jeweller Damiani Jewellers is Now Showcasing William Henry

For men who appreciate artistry in jewellery, pocketknives, and accessories, the news that Damiani Jewellers is now offering pieces by esteemed designer William Henry is nothing short of great news
Press Release – updated: Nov 22, 2019 10:00 EST

WOODBRIDGE, Ontario, November 22, 2019 (Newswire.com) – Having brought some of the finest collections of bridal and fashion jewellery for over 60 years to the Woodbridge community, Damiani Jewellers is uniquely positioned to offer the world-renowned collections from American designer William Henry pieces to its customers.
Starting as an award-winning pocketknife designer, William Henry has expanded to create incomparable looks in men’s jewellery and accessories. Famed for their Damascus steel and mokume-gane patterns that whorl different shades of metal, the man who’s partial to an unusual, masculine gift will find a lot to love in the designs produced by William Henry.
Masters of the rare craft, William Henry doesn’t settle for commonplace techniques. On the contrary, one can find pens, pocketknives, and jewellery that are made with some phenomenally rare harmonies of natural materials, precious metals, and gemstones. For example, the designer offers 24k gold “koftari”, a medieval Indian practice in which blued steel has gold patterns burnished into the metal, creating a contrast between the regal blue and the shining gold patterns in it.
Of course, that’s hardly all that can be found at Damiani Jewellers. A man who admires opaque and colourful gems can find elevated expressions of their beauty in the bracelet and necklace collections designed by William Henry. Labradorite, sodalite, carnelian, and the rare excellence of zinc-matrix turquoise all come together with an adventurous sense of style and 925 sterling silver craft to make something truly special.
For those interested in getting a one-of-a-kind gift for a man for the holidays, Damiani Jewellers offers the suggestion that one stop by their showroom and browse the excellence of William Henry in person. Pocket knives, money clips, pens, and jewellery all offer a distinct way for a man to express his individuality all year round.
About Damiani Jewellers
With over 60 years of experience serving clients with their fine jewellery expertise, Damiani Jewellers is the Greater Toronto area’s premier jewellery retailer. For three generations, their family-owned business has provided engagement rings, wedding bands, loose diamonds, fine jewellery items, and luxury watches for their customers’ most treasured moments. Damiani Jewellers is also proud to be an authorized dealer of authentic Rolex watches, and this accomplishment speaks to the unbeatable customer service that each shopper receives. To learn more about the products and services offered at their showroom in Woodbridge, Ontario visit their website, call (905) 850-4653, email info@damianijewellers.com, or stop by their store in person.
Source: Damiani Jewellers

Tokyo-Based Phybbit, Ltd., Secures $2.9 Million Series A Funding

Phybbit’s Flagship Product is “SpiderAF,” a Powerful Fraud Prevention Tool for the Online Advertising Industry
Press Release – updated: Nov 21, 2019 11:00 EST

TOKYO, November 21, 2019 (Newswire.com) – Tokyo-based Phybbit, Ltd., has announced it has raised 320 million yen (USD $2.9 million) in its Series A funding round. Primary investors include Mitsubishi UFJ Capital (MUCAP), Nippon Venture Capital (NVCC), Accord Ventures, Darwin Ventures, as well as individual investment from Satoshi Nakajima the founder of Swipe, Inc., and Xevo, Inc. The company will use this funding to boost marketing as well as personnel recruitment efforts with the goal of expanding its customer base globally. Phybbit is the developer of SpiderAF, a powerful AI-driven tool that can detect online advertising fraud such as fake impressions, clicks, and conversions to reduce advertising budget waste and boost ROI.
Phybbit was founded in 2011 by Satoko Ohtsuki and currently consists of a team of 25 members, with 25% from countries outside of Japan. Its SpiderAF is an easy to use fraud prevention tool powered by AI with a focus on automation and information dissemination. SpiderAF supports all ad formats including banner ads, mobile ads, affiliate ads, and listing ads. Current clients include Japanese ad networks, agencies, and advertisers, but also has future plans for broader applications and worldwide expansion. In December 2018, the company created Japan’s first multi-business “Shared Blacklist” (SBL), a consolidated database of ad fraud information shared among companies, and services in an effort to unify the entire advertising industry against fraudulent activities. Juniper Research has estimated that in 2018 fraud cost advertisers $19 billion worldwide. This is projected to reach $44 billion by 2022. Phybbit also published a whitepaper which reported that from January to June of 2019, its own software estimated fraud impact on Japanese companies to be USD $13 million.
“I would like to express my thanks and gratitude to all of the investors who share the same vision with Phybbit and myself,” said Phybbit, Ltd., Founder and CEO Satoko Ohtsuki. “We promise to deliver the best results to everyone in the spirit of ‘akiramenai’ or ‘not giving up’ which we have cultivated through long-term contract development.  Utilizing this funding, we aim to raise awareness in the Japanese market and strengthen sales in the U.S. and Korean markets by hiring additional sales and marketing professionals.”
“With the frequency of ad fraud steadily rising over the years and the need to develop countermeasures against it, I expect robust growth from Phybbit in the near future thanks to their advanced technology and accumulated data,” said Junichi Taguchi, Investment Director for Mitsubishi UFJ Capital Co. “Additionally, I think that there is a high chance that this cultivated research and understanding into fraudulent techniques can also be applicable to other areas of cyber security. Ultimately, all these factors lead to our decision to invest into Phybbit.”
As a working mother herself, Satoko Ohtsuki understands the demands of both family and career. Consequently, Phybbit puts a premium on promoting a healthy work-life integration for its employees. It is a 2019 recipient of the “Omotenashi Japan Service Quality Certification” which guarantees a comfortable working environment and services regardless of nationality, and they are scheduled to receive the “Kurumin Certificate” by the Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare as an accredited childcare support company at the end of January 2020.
“Work-life integration is a work style that blends an individual’s work and private lives at a flexible and high level – enriching both in the process,” said Ohtsuki. “As a result, synergies such as an individual’s productivity and self-growth can be realized, which improves their quality of life, their sense of accomplishment and happiness while also benefitting the company and quality of work. I would like to create an environment where people from all walks of life can work easily. For those who are interested, please contact us.”
Some of Phybbit’s work-life policies include adopting flextime and reducing working hours while tailoring them to the individual’s natural cycle; providing free gym membership, and encouraging workers to exercise or take a nap when needed; providing paid childcare leave for both mothers and fathers; inviting family members to visit the office anytime and participate in social activities and providing vacation time in accordance with the employee’s home country, not just Japanese holidays.
About Phybbit, Ltd.
Phybbit is the developer and provider of the automated, AI-driven fraud prevention tool, SpiderAF. Phybbit’s team of data scientists are working to help fight the ever-evolving issue of ad fraud. Founded on the belief that happiness of each team member must be realized to fully support the company, Phybbit is committed to creating a “work-life integration” corporate environment that allows people to live their lives in their own way by promoting more flexible work lifestyles.​
Source: Phybbit, Ltd.

Global Bio-Based Polymers Market to Expand With 10% CAGR Through 2026

According to a newly published report, the bio-based polymers market was worth US $14.2 billion in 2018 and it will grow at 10% CAGR up to 2026
SELBYVILLE, Del., November 21, 2019 (Newswire.com) – As per the latest research report available at MarketStudyReport.com under the title ‘Bio-based Polymers Market Share, Size, Trends, & Industry Analysis Report, [By Product (PET, PA, PEF, PE, PUR, PBS, PHA, PTT, PBS, Epoxies, PEF, Others), By End-Use (Textile, Automotive, Films & Coatings, Electronics, Industrial), By Regions]: Segment Forecast, 2018 – 2026’, the global bio-based polymers market size is estimated to grow with a CAGR of 10% through the year 2026.
The production of bio-based polymers involves industrial processes wherein raw materials, like plant by-products, livestock waste, or biomass, are polymerized. Though agricultural feedstock is the conventional source for deriving bio-based polymers, recent technology advancements facilitate the production by deriving monomers from bacterial fermentation of proteins, nucleic acids, and polysaccharides.
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The report cites that the bio-based polymers market was worth US $14.2 billion in 2018. Growing awareness regarding sustainability, coupled with rising concerns for the environment are propelling adoption of the product. The use of synthetic polymers is giving rise to various problems such as the need for its disposal and recycling. The combustion of these polymers release greenhouse gases (GHG) leading to global warming and ozone depletion, hence harming the environment. All these issues are compelling the government to take strict actions, along with REACH and EPA regulation regarding the use of fossil fuels and petrochemicals, which is fostering the expansion of bio-based polymers market.
Based on product type, the bio-based polymers industry is classified as PEF, PET, PE, PA, PBS, PUR, PTT, PHA, Epoxies, and others. While as per application spectrum, the market is fragmented as automotive, electronics, textile, films & coatings, industrial, and others.
Considering the regional landscape, the global bio-based polymers market is studies for five main regions; Germany, UK, Belgium, and France fall under Europe; North America comprise of Canada and US; Middle East & Africa is split into UAE, Nigeria, and Saudi Arabia; Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil form Latin America; and India, China, and Japan constitute Asia Pacific.
The key players operating in bio-based polymers market are Lubrizol, Cargill, Bayer Material Science, BASF SE, Dow Chemical, BioAmber, and Bio Based Technologies.
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Report Scope: The Report has segmented the global bio-based polymers market on the basis of Product, End-use and Region:
Bio-based Polymers by Product Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2015 – 2026)
·         PET
·         PA
·         PEF
·         PE
·         PUR
·         PBS
·         PHA
·         PTT
·         PBS
·         Epoxies
·         PEF
·         Others
Bio-based Polymers by End-Use Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2015 – 2026)
·         Textile
·         Automotive
·         Films & Coatings
·         Electronics
·         Industrial
·         Others
Bio-based Polymers by Region (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2015 – 2026)
    North America
o    U.S.
o    Canada
    Europe
o    Germany
o    UK
o    France
o    Belgium
    Asia-Pacific
o    China
o    India
o    Japan
    Latin America
o    Brazil
o    Mexico
o    Argentina
    Middle East and Africa
o    Saudi Arabia
o    UAE
o   Nigeria
Question & Answer: Bio-based Polymers Market
Question 1: Why is the bio-based polymers market witnessing constant growth?
Answer: Growing awareness regarding sustainability, coupled with rising concerns for the environment are propelling the adoption of bio-based polymers. The use of synthetic polymers is giving rise to various problems such as the need for its disposal and recycling. The combustion of these polymers releases greenhouse gases (GHG) leading to global warming and ozone depletion, hence harming the environment. All these issues are compelling the government to take strict actions, along with REACH and EPA regulation regarding the use of fossil fuels and petrochemicals, which is fostering the expansion of bio-based polymers market.
Question 2: What segmentations will impact bio-based polymers market trends?
Answer: Based on product type, bio-based polymers industry is classified as PEF, PET, PE, PA, PBS, PUR, PTT, PHA, Epoxies, and others. While as per the application spectrum, the market is fragmented as automotive, electronics, textile, films & coatings, industrial, and others.
Question 3: How will the bio-based polymers market expand in the forthcoming years?
Answer: The global bio-based polymers market was worth US $14.2 billion in 2018 and is estimated to grow with a CAGR of 10% through the year 2026.
Question 4: Which companies defined the competitive landscape of the bio-based polymers market?
Answer: The key players operating in the bio-based polymers market are Lubrizol, Cargill, Bayer Material Science, BASF SE, Dow Chemical, BioAmber, and Bio Based Technologies.
Related Report:
Synthetic & Bio-based Aniline Market Forecast 2025
Synthetic & Bio-based Aniline Market size will surpass USD 19 billion by 2024
High growth in the Asia Pacific packaging industry will augment the synthetic & bio-based aniline demand throughout the forecast years as the product is a precursor to MDI, which in turn is used in manufacturing polyurethane foams. Polyurethane is extensively used to manufacture rigid as well as flexible plastic packaging materials and their rising demand for interstate to transcontinental transportation of substances boosted by the growing logistics industry will supplement the synthetic & bio-based aniline market up to 2024. The global plastic packaging market was valued at around USD 285 billion in 2016 and is set to exceed 400 billion in 2024.
Source: Market Study Report LLC

Global Bio-Based Polymers Market to Expand With 10% CAGR Through 2026

According to a newly published report, the bio-based polymers market was worth US $14.2 billion in 2018 and it will grow at 10% CAGR up to 2026
SELBYVILLE, Del., November 21, 2019 (Newswire.com) – As per the latest research report available at MarketStudyReport.com under the title ‘Bio-based Polymers Market Share, Size, Trends, & Industry Analysis Report, [By Product (PET, PA, PEF, PE, PUR, PBS, PHA, PTT, PBS, Epoxies, PEF, Others), By End-Use (Textile, Automotive, Films & Coatings, Electronics, Industrial), By Regions]: Segment Forecast, 2018 – 2026’, the global bio-based polymers market size is estimated to grow with a CAGR of 10% through the year 2026.
The production of bio-based polymers involves industrial processes wherein raw materials, like plant by-products, livestock waste, or biomass, are polymerized. Though agricultural feedstock is the conventional source for deriving bio-based polymers, recent technology advancements facilitate the production by deriving monomers from bacterial fermentation of proteins, nucleic acids, and polysaccharides.
Request a Sample Copy of This Report @ https://www.marketstudyreport.com/request-a-sample/1868606
The report cites that the bio-based polymers market was worth US $14.2 billion in 2018. Growing awareness regarding sustainability, coupled with rising concerns for the environment are propelling adoption of the product. The use of synthetic polymers is giving rise to various problems such as the need for its disposal and recycling. The combustion of these polymers release greenhouse gases (GHG) leading to global warming and ozone depletion, hence harming the environment. All these issues are compelling the government to take strict actions, along with REACH and EPA regulation regarding the use of fossil fuels and petrochemicals, which is fostering the expansion of bio-based polymers market.
Based on product type, the bio-based polymers industry is classified as PEF, PET, PE, PA, PBS, PUR, PTT, PHA, Epoxies, and others. While as per application spectrum, the market is fragmented as automotive, electronics, textile, films & coatings, industrial, and others.
Considering the regional landscape, the global bio-based polymers market is studies for five main regions; Germany, UK, Belgium, and France fall under Europe; North America comprise of Canada and US; Middle East & Africa is split into UAE, Nigeria, and Saudi Arabia; Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil form Latin America; and India, China, and Japan constitute Asia Pacific.
The key players operating in bio-based polymers market are Lubrizol, Cargill, Bayer Material Science, BASF SE, Dow Chemical, BioAmber, and Bio Based Technologies.
Request Discount on This Report @ https://www.marketstudyreport.com/check-for-discount/1868606/ 
Report Scope: The Report has segmented the global bio-based polymers market on the basis of Product, End-use and Region:
Bio-based Polymers by Product Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2015 – 2026)
·         PET
·         PA
·         PEF
·         PE
·         PUR
·         PBS
·         PHA
·         PTT
·         PBS
·         Epoxies
·         PEF
·         Others
Bio-based Polymers by End-Use Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2015 – 2026)
·         Textile
·         Automotive
·         Films & Coatings
·         Electronics
·         Industrial
·         Others
Bio-based Polymers by Region (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2015 – 2026)
    North America
o    U.S.
o    Canada
    Europe
o    Germany
o    UK
o    France
o    Belgium
    Asia-Pacific
o    China
o    India
o    Japan
    Latin America
o    Brazil
o    Mexico
o    Argentina
    Middle East and Africa
o    Saudi Arabia
o    UAE
o   Nigeria
Question & Answer: Bio-based Polymers Market
Question 1: Why is the bio-based polymers market witnessing constant growth?
Answer: Growing awareness regarding sustainability, coupled with rising concerns for the environment are propelling the adoption of bio-based polymers. The use of synthetic polymers is giving rise to various problems such as the need for its disposal and recycling. The combustion of these polymers releases greenhouse gases (GHG) leading to global warming and ozone depletion, hence harming the environment. All these issues are compelling the government to take strict actions, along with REACH and EPA regulation regarding the use of fossil fuels and petrochemicals, which is fostering the expansion of bio-based polymers market.
Question 2: What segmentations will impact bio-based polymers market trends?
Answer: Based on product type, bio-based polymers industry is classified as PEF, PET, PE, PA, PBS, PUR, PTT, PHA, Epoxies, and others. While as per the application spectrum, the market is fragmented as automotive, electronics, textile, films & coatings, industrial, and others.
Question 3: How will the bio-based polymers market expand in the forthcoming years?
Answer: The global bio-based polymers market was worth US $14.2 billion in 2018 and is estimated to grow with a CAGR of 10% through the year 2026.
Question 4: Which companies defined the competitive landscape of the bio-based polymers market?
Answer: The key players operating in the bio-based polymers market are Lubrizol, Cargill, Bayer Material Science, BASF SE, Dow Chemical, BioAmber, and Bio Based Technologies.
Related Report:
Synthetic & Bio-based Aniline Market Forecast 2025
Synthetic & Bio-based Aniline Market size will surpass USD 19 billion by 2024
High growth in the Asia Pacific packaging industry will augment the synthetic & bio-based aniline demand throughout the forecast years as the product is a precursor to MDI, which in turn is used in manufacturing polyurethane foams. Polyurethane is extensively used to manufacture rigid as well as flexible plastic packaging materials and their rising demand for interstate to transcontinental transportation of substances boosted by the growing logistics industry will supplement the synthetic & bio-based aniline market up to 2024. The global plastic packaging market was valued at around USD 285 billion in 2016 and is set to exceed 400 billion in 2024.
Source: Market Study Report LLC