Caprolactum Market Share 2021 Top Manufacturers, Demand & Supply Chain Analysis, Trends, Industry Size and Forecast to 2025

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Dec 04, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
Global “Caprolactum Market” research report provides in depth information of top manufacturers, market definition and scope, key market segments, challenges, top impacting factors, trend analysis, risk assessment. Also, Caprolactum Market report includes company profiles, market share by regions, drivers, types, applications and growth factor.

Top Key Manufacturers in Caprolactum Market Report:

● Fibrant ● Toray Industries Inc. ● Alpek S.A.B. de CV ● SRCC ● UBE Industries Ltd ● PJSC Kuibyshevazot ● Capro Corp. ● Advansix Inc. ● Fertilizers and Chemicals Travancore Ltd ● Sumitomo Chemical Co. Ltd ● Lanxess AG ● Juhua Group Corporation ● BASF SE ● DOMO Caproleuna GmbH

About Caprolactum Market:

Caprolactum,a white crystalline cyclic amide C6H11NO used especially in making one type of nylon.

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Hackers try to penetrate the vital ‘cold chain’ for coronavirus vaccines, security team reports

The hackers took measures to hide their tracks, and the cyber-sleuths did not name which state might be behind the campaign.

The IBM team said it was not known why the hackers were trying to penetrate the systems. It suggested that the intruders might want to steal information, glean details about technology or contracts, create confusion and distrust, or disrupt the vaccine supply chains.

The hackers probably sought “advanced insight into the purchase and movement of a vaccine that can impact life and the global economy,” the IBM team said.

Because there was “no clear path to a cash-out” as there is in a ransomware attack, there was an increased likelihood of a state actor’s being involved, IBM said. However, the IBM investigators cautioned, it was still possible that criminals could be looking for ways to illegally obtain “a hot black-market commodity” such as an initially scarce vaccine.

The new

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Hackers Target Covid-19 Vaccine Distribution ‘Cold Chain’: IBM

A special freezer manufactured by Binder, seen here in Tuttlingen, Germany in November 2020.

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Hackers “assumed to be state agents” have been waging a phishing campaign against pharmaceutical firms and other institutions involved in the forthcoming distribution of a vaccine against the novel coronavirus, IBM announced on Thursday.

In a post on Security Intelligence releasing their findings, IBM Security X-Force researchers wrote that “precision targeting of executives and key global organizations hold the potential hallmarks of a nation-state tradecraft,” adding the unknown hackers likely sought to obtain “advanced insight into the purchase and movement of a vaccine that can impact life and the global economy.” The target, according to IBM, appears to be the “cold chain”—a term for the logistics network that allows vaccines and other drugs to be carried from point of manufacture to distribution in temperature-controlled shipping containers. What the attackers hoped to accomplish is unknown, with possible motives ranging from theft of

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Phishing campaign threatens coronavirus vaccine supply chain

The emails impersonate a member company of the COVID-19 vaccine supply chain to harvest account credentials, says IBM Security X-Force.

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A calculated cybercriminal operation is targeting companies in the coronavirus vaccine supply chain with phishing emails that appear to be designed to steal sensitive user credentials, IBM Security X-Force said in a report released Thursday. The targeted organizations are all associated with a COVID-19 cold chain, a component of the overall supply chain that ensures the safe storage of vaccines in cold environments during storage and transportation.

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Spotted this past September, the phishing campaign deploys emails spoofing a business executive from Haier Biomedical, a legitimate member company of the COVID-19 vaccine supply chain and reportedly the world’s only complete cold chain provider.

Aimed at executives at companies in the energy, manufacturing, website creation, and internet

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Hackers Are Targeting the Covid-19 Vaccine ‘Cold Chain’

Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, hackers and scammers have focused extraordinary attention on it, whether for espionage or for grift. Now, as pharmaceutical companies prepare to ship long-awaited vaccines, a new round of sophisticated phishing attacks is focused on the complex supply chain that will get them to people in need.

Two of the leading Covid-19 vaccine candidates, by Pfizer and Moderna, have been submitted to the FDA for emergency authorization; the agency is scheduled to evaluate Pfizer’s application on December 10, and Moderna’s one week later. UK regulators approved Pfizer’s vaccine on Wednesday. Which means that the next challenge for both vaccines is transporting them. They must be kept at frigid temperatures—minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit for Moderna, and 94 degrees below for Pfizer—requiring a network of specialists known as the “cold chain.” Today, security researchers at IBM are releasing findings that a campaign has for months targeted a significant

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South Korean convenience store chain to offer robot delivery

SEOUL, Dec. 1 (UPI) — A South Korean convenience store chain has announced plans to launch a robot delivery service, as the COVID-19 pandemic pushes the service industry to go contactless.

GS Retail, which runs the ubiquitous GS25 convenience store brand, announced Monday the robot service would be rolled out at its outlet in western Seoul.

“So many South Korean conglomerates and startups are working on the technologies related to delivery robots,” said Choi Sung-lok of the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute. “Technical development and social change will bring about more delivery robots.”

Customers will make orders through an instant messenger, triggering a store clerk to place products on the robot while inputting the destination and the customer’s mobile phone number.

Then the 4.3-foot-tall robot will carry the items to the customer, who can unlock a drawer on the robot’s body by typing a PIN after getting a message that

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Cyber Monday: Supply Chain Management Tech in the Flipped Retail Economy

For retailers making the move to e-commerce, this creates a key challenge: multichannel management. From experienced users familiar with online purchasing and social media interactions to brick-and-mortar customers who prefer the more human touch of call center connections, brands must now deliver a seamless experience that ensures consistent pricing, accurate inventory reporting and reliable delivery frameworks.

Supply Chain Management Is Vital to Retailers’ Brands

To address the multichannel challenge, spending and process priorities must shift. Part of the processes involves greater call center and social media investment — companies must be available for customers wherever and whenever they need assistance.

However, this isn’t enough in isolation. Even the best call center teams and social media managers can’t capture consumer interest if products purchased are suddenly out of stock or if delivery times are wildly unpredictable. Consumers’ impressions of retail businesses are inexorably tied to their most recent experiences — and

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Leading Healthcare Supply Chain Management Company Coldchain Technology Services Partners with …

Coldchain Technology Services Purchases an Initial
4 Vital Intelligence Assessment Units

Los Angeles, CA., Nov. 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Draganfly Inc. (OTCQB: DFLYF) (CSE: DFLY) (FSE: 3U8) (“Draganfly” or the “Company”), an award-winning, industry-leading manufacturer and systems developer is pleased to announce that Coldchain Technology Services, LLC (“CTS”) is partnering with Draganfly with an initial purchase of four Vital Intelligence assessment units to implement within their customer base.

Coldchain Technology Services provides comprehensive solutions for healthcare supply chain management for multiple government and commercial clients, including the US Army, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Reserve Component forces, Johnson & Johnson brands, Chicago Department of Public Health, and others.

CTS introduced rapid result COVID-19 tests at the early onset of the pandemic which provide positive results in 5 minutes and negative results in 13 minutes.

Draganfly’s Vital Intelligence assessment station and screening technology is quick and non-invasive (contactless).

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How emerging technologies are modifying the healthcare supply chain?

Market Overview

Supply Chain Management market in Healthcare is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 10% by 2025, mainly driven by ever-increasing demand due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Healthcare supply chain is the most complex and fragmented among all industry sectors because healthcare is the only industry that is not dependent on demand and supply. It is not only dealing with the collection of essential goods but also with some of the life-saving products, including vaccines, medicines, surgical items, and medical equipment.

Supply chain management is one of the largest expensive business functions for healthcare service providers. As predicted by The Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management, the supply chain costs will surpass labour costs for the number one position by the end of 2020. Also, in the times of recent pandemic, healthcare service providers are facing an exponentially increasing number of cases and shortage of medical

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Leading Healthcare Supply Chain Management Company Coldchain Technology Services Partners with Draganfly

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Los Angeles, CA., Nov 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
Coldchain Technology Services Purchases an Initial
4 Vital Intelligence Assessment Units

Los Angeles, CA., Nov. 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Draganfly Inc. (OTCQB: DFLYF) (CSE: DFLY) (FSE: 3U8) (“Draganfly” or the “Company”), an award-winning, industry-leading manufacturer and systems developer is pleased to announce that Coldchain Technology Services, LLC (“CTS“) is partnering with Draganfly with an initial purchase of four Vital Intelligence assessment units to implement within their customer base.

Coldchain Technology Services provides comprehensive solutions for healthcare supply chain management for multiple government and commercial clients, including the US Army, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Reserve Component forces, Johnson & Johnson brands, Chicago Department of Public Health, and others.

CTS introduced rapid result COVID-19 tests at the early onset of the pandemic

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