China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation Files 2016 Annual Report on Form 20-F

BEIJING, April 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation („Sinopec Corp.” or „the Company”) (HKEX: 386; CH: 600028; NYSE: SNP) announced that it has filed its 2016 Annual Report on Form 20-F with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission („SEC”).

The 2016 Annual Report is posted on the Company website at www.sinopec.com and can also be accessed electronically at www.sec.gov. Upon request, the Company will also deliver free of charge within a reasonable time a hard copy of its 2016 Annual Report, including its complete audited financial statements.

To request a hard copy, please contact the Company’s Investor Relations team by telephone at +86 10 5996 0028, by e-mail at ir@sinopec.com or by written request to Board Secretariat at No. 22 Chaoyangmen North Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100728 Re: 2016 Annual Report.

About Sinopec Corp.

Sinopec Corp. is one of the largest integrated energy and chemical companies in China. Its principal operations include the exploration and production, pipeline transportation and sale of petroleum and natural gas; the sale, storage and transportation of petroleum products, petrochemical products, coal chemical products, synthetic fibre and other chemical products; the import and export, including an import and export agency business, of petroleum, natural gas, petroleum products, petrochemical and chemical products, and other commodities and technologies; and research, development and application of technologies and information.

Sinopec Corp. sets ‚fueling beautiful life’ as its corporate mission, puts ‚people, responsibility, integrity, precision, innovation and win-win’ as its corporate core values, pursues strategies of value-orientation, innovation-driven development, integrated resource allocation, open cooperation, and green and low-carbon growth, and strives to achieve its corporate vision of building a world leading energy and chemical company.

Investor Inquiries:

Beijing
Tel: (8610) 5996 0028
Fax: (8610) 5996 0386 
Email: ir@sinopec.com

Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2824 2638
Fax: (852) 2824 3669
Email: ir@sinopechk.com                          

Media Inquiries:

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Tel: (852) 2522 1838
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Email: sinopec@prchina.com.hk

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Stroboscopy Systems Market to Register Substantial Expansion by 2017 – 2025: Persistence Market Research

Stroboscopy system is a device used for analysing vocal cord structure and motion. Stroboscopy is a special method used to visualize vocal fold vibration in which the system provides complete stroboscopic examination of larynx by using a synchronized, flashing light through a flexible or rigid telescope. Stroboscopic examination of larynx provides the features such as amplitude of vibration, mucosal wave, symmetry, periodicity, glottis closure patterns, non-vibrating portions, ventricular vibrations thus helps in diagnosing the conditions such as laryngeal carcinoma, papilloma, dysplastic patches, laryngeal scaring etc. Recent trends in stroboscopy systems market is technological advancements in the product portfolio i.e. availability of video documentation of laryngeal anatomy which also provides analyses of its mechanical function to diagnose and treat human voice disorders. Video laryngoscopy with stroboscopy is the essential diagnostic procedure for the evaluation of vocal fold motion biomechanics, laryngeal mucosa, and mucosal vibration.

Stroboscopy systems market comprises of the devices used for stroboscopy. These devices are available as standalone stroboscopy systems with a monitor mounted on its top to visualize the vocal cord structure and motion. These devices have high adoption rate in ENT (Ears, Nose and Throat) department of hospitals and clinics.

Stroboscopy systems market revenue is expected to grow with a stable growth rate, this is attributed to increasing usage of the system for diagnosing laryngeal disorders. In addition to this, the system also freeze tissue motion at a selected phase in the periodic vibratory pattern, thus providing an apparent slow-motion view of the periodic vibratory cycles. Growing healthcare expenditure and increasing inclination of ENT specialists to use technologically advanced devices in their practice aids in the revenue growth of stroboscopy systems market. Increasing number of new product launches also drives the market for stroboscopy systems. However higher pricing of these devices along with lower awareness of stroboscopy systems is expected to hamper the growth of the stroboscopy systems market over the forecast period.

The Stroboscopy systems market is segment based on the product type and end userStroboscopy systems market revenue is expected to grow at a good growth rate, over the forecast period. The market is anticipated to perform well in the near future due to increasing inclination of doctors and nurses to technologically advance devices for examination of larynx. Also the market is anticipated to grow with a fastest CAGR over the forecast period, attributed to increasing prevalence of laryngeal disorders. Trends such as video stroboscopy which enable two views of periodic vocal fold vibration is expected to dominate stroboscopy systems market over the forecast period.

Depending on geographic region, stroboscopy systems market is segmented into five key regions: North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC) and Middle East & Africa (MEA).

North America is occupying the largest regional market share in the global stroboscopy systems market owing to the presence of more number of market players, high awareness levels regarding the use of technologically advanced products for routine ENT procedures such as visualizing larynx. Healthcare expenditure and relatively larger number of R&D exercises pertaining to product manufacturing and marketing activities in the region. Also Europe is expected to perform well in the near future due to increasing usage of technologically advanced devices such as stroboscopy systems in ENT clinics in Europe.

Asia Pacific is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR because of increase in the number of hospital admissions and growing prevalence of laryngeal cancer, thus boosting the market growth of stroboscopy systems market throughout the forecast period.

Some players of stroboscopy systems market includes ATMOS MedizinTechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Happersberger otopront GmbH, Intersect ENT Inc., Ecleris S.R.L., Optomic, PENTAX Medical etc. The companies in stroboscopy systems market focuses on strategic distribution agreements to capture a greater pie of market share as the market is in the nascent stage.

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Thyroid Cancer Therapeutics Pipeline Analysis, 2017 by P&S Market Research

The thyroid cancer therapeutics pipeline is expected to witness considerable growth due to increase in the demand for the targeted drug formulation for the treatment of cancer. Though less number of drugs are available for thyroid cancer treatment, an increasing awareness regarding cancer treatment and high demand for safe and effective medications are driving the therapeutics pipeline.

According to the National Cancer Institute, a part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, thyroid cancer is a rare type of cancer that affects the thyroid gland, a small gland at the base of the neck that produces hormones. It most commonly occurs in people aged 30-year-old. Women are two to three times more likely to develop this thyroid cancer, as compared to men. Thyroid cancer is usually treatable, and in many cases, can be cured completely, although it can sometimes come back after treatment. There are four main types of thyroid cancer; papillary thyroid cancer, follicular thyroid cancer (hurthle cell thyroid cancer), medullary thyroid cancer and anaplastic thyroid cancer.

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The pipeline drugs for the treatment of thyroid cancer contains Ofranergene obadenovec, a Phase II drug candidate of Vascular Biogenics Ltd. It is an intravenously administered dual-action, anti-angiogenic and vascular disrupting agent. It is a targeted anti-cancer gene-therapy agent, which consists of a non-replicating adenovirus vector with a pre-proendothelin-1 promoter that encodes a Fas-Chimera transgene apoptotic receptor in tumor blood vessel endothelial cells, leading to their apoptosis. This mechanism retains activity, regardless of baseline tumor mutations or the identity of the pro-angiogenic factors secreted by the tumor. Vascular Biogenics is using vascular targeting system technology platform, which controls gene expression to either promote or prevent angiogenesis to target various diseases. The drug induces specific anti-tumor immune response, followed by entry of CD8 T-cells and apoptosis of tumor cells. Eisai Inc. is currently conducting a trial of lenvatinib in radio-iodine for refractory differentiated thyroid cancer in China, which is currently in Phase III clinical development.

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Many pharmaceutical companies are focusing on the research and development of thyroid cancer therapeutics pipeline drug candidates, collaborating with one another. In February 2015, Biologics, Inc., an integrated oncology services company, reported that it was selected by Eisai Co. Ltd. as a specialty pharmacy provider within Eisai’s limited distribution network for Lenvima (lenvatinib).

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Some of the key players having a pipeline of thyroid cancer therapeutics include Eisai & Co. Ltd., Exelixis, Amgen, AstraZeneca plc, Merck & Co., Inc., Daiichi Sankyo Company Limited, and F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG.

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GEICO’s 2016 Military Service Awards honor U.S. Service Members

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–GEICO recognized six distinguished members of the U.S. military for their significant contributions to their communities at GEICO’S annual Military Service Awards ceremony in Washington D.C. last night. The award honors members of each branch of the military for volunteering their time and talents to address important health and safety issues.

During the event, GEICO Chairman Tony Nicely noted, “GEICO has been dedicated to supporting the men and women serving our country since opening our doors in 1936. The GEICO Military Service Award was created to give special recognition to service members who improve the lives of those in their military and civilian communities. We are proud to continue this tradition for 29 years.”

The six members of the military GEICO honored yesterday with the 2016 GEICO Military Service Awards for their outstanding service to their military and civilian communities are:

United States Army

Sergeant First Class (SFC) Julio Mella, assigned to the U.S. Army Garrison at Fort Campbell, Ky., as the senior administrative noncommissioned officer, was cited for his work in fire safety and fire prevention.

SFC Mella has been a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician for Oak Grove, Ky., since 2008. He has responded to more than 200 emergencies in the last two years. Additionally, he volunteers as a reserve deputy sheriff for Montgomery County, Tenn.

In 2011, SFC Mella was awarded the Community Service Ribbon for his service to the Oak Grove, Ky., community, and in 2012 he was awarded the Upstanding Volunteer Service Medal for volunteering more than 4,000 hours as a volunteer firefighter and EMT. He also volunteers as a mentor for high school students with the tnAchieves organization.

United States Marines

When nominated, Lance Corporal (LCpl) Lawrence Lucy was the supply clerk for Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Quantico, Va. He is recognized for his work in fire safety and fire prevention.

LCpl Lucy gave his free time to ensure the safety and well-being of the military and civilian communities aboard and near Marine Corps Base Quantico. His volunteer work with the Dumfries-Triangle Volunteer Fire Department exceeded more than 400 hours in the past year.

During those volunteer hours he provided timely, effective and professional services at the scenes of 14 vehicle accidents, 27 injury or sickness calls, six reported gas leaks and three fires. Lucy is certified in infectious disease control, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, first aid, use of the automated external defibrillator, and in Federal Emergency Management Agency training.

United States Navy

Chief Petty Officer (CPO) Cyprus V. Abundo is the safety department leading chief petty officer on the USS FRANK CABLE (AS40), Agana, Guam. He is cited for his work in fire safety and fire prevention.

CPO Abundo is damage control coordinator for a premier afloat repair facility operating in the Fifth and Seventh Fleet Areas of Responsibility. He exceeded all areas of fire safety and fire prevention requirements, including an unprecedented 2,965 in-theater repairs to forward-deployed submarines while maintaining safe and healthy working conditions for 1,150 Navy and Military Sealift Command personnel.

CPO Abundo’s aggressive fire safety and fire prevention program integrated safety and operational risk management into all on- and off-duty evolutions. He also executed over 60 integrated ship-wide casualty drills, which include fire, flooding, and personnel casualty for three repair lockers and one nuclear support repair locker involving 400 Navy sailors and Merchant Mariners, resulting in an outstanding grade from MSC Afloat Training Team Inspectors.

CPO Abundo managed 20 command safety programs, led 40 safety technicians, impacting 1,100 sailors, merchant mariners and contractors, reducing safety discrepancies by 85 percent onboard. He led ship wide safety inspections that were praised by the Naval Safety Center for creating “best Safety Department they have ever inspected.”

Abundo’s direct efforts led to USS FRANK CABLE earning FY 15 Chief of Naval Operations Afloat Safety Award and FY15 Secretary of the Navy Afloat Safety Excellence Award. His efforts have been outstanding, reducing fire hazard, material loss and material damage by 82 percent.

United States Air Force

When nominated for the GEICO service award, Technical Sergeant (TSgt) Lee M. Elam was assigned as the occupational safety technician at the 325th Fighter Wing, Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. TSgt Elam oversaw the base occupational safety program, ensuring safety for 10,000 personnel and $2.8 billion in facilities. Additionally he provided commanders’ safety consultations supporting the Air Force’s largest F-22 wing, with 55 aircraft valued at $10.45 billion. His efforts contributed significantly to the 325th Fighter Wing’s outstanding record of zero class A or B mishaps in the last four years. He is cited for his work in traffic safety and accident prevention.

TSgt Elam was directly responsible for the base Motorcycle Safety and Mishap Investigation programs, providing motorcycle safety for more than 400 riders and investigating, identifying and correcting mishap root causes. TSgt Elam’s work and leadership in motorcycle safety led to his program being recognized as the best program in Air Combat Command.

In his off-duty time, Elam served as the president of the Green Knights Military Motorcycle Club. He led the base Wounded Warrior retreat motorcycle escort program, where he planned and managed activities for over 270 riders. His efforts contributed to the dignified recognition of 180 Wounded Warrior heroes.

United States Coast Guard

Petty Officer Sean Farrar is assigned to Coast Guard Air Station/Sector Field Office Port Angeles, Port Angeles, Wash. He is recognized for his work in fire safety and fire prevention.

Petty Officer Farrar identified critical gaps in the local Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) program, including deficiencies in the number of rescue personnel, the need for annual live-fire and monthly drills, poorly maintained exposure suits and self-contained breathing apparatuses, and some fire safety response vehicles were beyond their service life.

In collaboration with the unit safety department, he rewrote air station policy, implemented a comprehensive overhaul to the training program, and ultimately achieved compliance with Coast Guard policy. Farrar’s actions led to 840 hours of certified firefighter training for local personnel and reduced the unit’s ARFF response time to less than three minutes on-scene time.

National Guard/Reserves

Gunnery Sergeant (GySgt) Jose Montoya is assigned to Headquarters Battery, 14th Marine Regiment, 4th Marine Division of Marine Forces Reserve aboard Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas. He is recognized for his work in traffic safety and accident prevention.

GySgt Montoya is the platoon sergeant for the Motor Transport, Utilities and Engineering Platoon of Headquarters Battery. According to his Battery Commander, GySgt Montoya “is one of the strongest staff noncommissioned officers in the battery.” Montoya serves as the DWI enforcement officer for the city of Lewisville, Texas, where he has been a police officer since 2008. He currently holds an Intermediate and an Advanced Police Officer certification in the state of Texas.

The Mothers Against Drunk Driving organization recognized GySgt Montoya as the Lewisville Police Officer of the Year in both 2011 and 2012 while he was serving as a patrol officer.

In November 2013, he was selected to become the DWI Enforcement/Traffic Officer for the city police force. His proactive DWI enforcement methods have resulted in 725 traffic enforcement stops and the issuing of 280 warnings and 445 citations in just the last three years alone. His expertise has resulted in him training senior police officers in recertification and in training new recruits in DWI detection and DWI enforcement. In 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 GySgt Montoya was recognized by LEADRS (Law Enforcement Advanced DUI/DWI Reporting System) as being in the top 10 of all Texas police officers for his commitment to keeping drunk drivers off Texas streets. He was additionally recognized as the number one police officer in the state by that organization during 2014. GySgt Montoya also volunteers his time to the community as an assistant youth soccer coach.

Competitive Profiling of Automotive eRetailers in Americas Region Report: Transformative Business Models Enabling Amazon, eBay Dominance – Research and Markets

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets has announced the addition of the „Competitive Profiling of Automotive eRetailers in Americas Region, 2016” report to their offering.

Since the introduction of eCommerce, the automotive aftermarket has been undergoing a paradigm shift, considering the market dynamics. The significant changes are: existing offline participants concentrating on sales through the online channel, online participants procuring parts directly from manufacturers, in addition to improving their Business to Business (B2B) business, in addition to their Business to Customer (B2C) business, and offering services as products through tie-ups with independent garages. Thus, the entire automotive aftermarket is undergoing significant changes right from manufacturers to garages.

Considering these dynamics, it is vital for all stakeholders in the automotive business to understand the online channel’s current scenario and how the future would evolve, to sustain and improve their business in the automotive aftermarket.

The North American region alone contributes to more than half of the global automotive eRetail revenue. This signifies the importance of the North American region in the automotive eRetail market. The scope of the study includes major pure-play eRetailers and mass eRetailers in the North and South American automotive aftermarket segment.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer:

  • What are the major challenges in automotive eRetail and how are these being addressed?
  • What are the major trends in automotive eRetail?
  • What are the effects of eRetail in the automotive industry and other related industries such as logistics?
  • Which are the key participants and what are their strengths and weaknesses?
  • How will the automotive eRetail channel shape up in the future?

Companies Mentioned

  • Amazon
  • Itaro
  • JEGS
  • MercardoLibre
  • Rock Auto
  • Tire Rack
  • US Auto Parts
  • eBay

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology

3. Definitions and Segmentation

4. Global Trends in eRetailing

5. Competitive Profiling of Key eRetailers

6. Amazon

7. eBay

8. Rock Auto

9. JEGS

10. Tire Rack

11. US Auto Parts

12. Itaro

13. MercardoLibre

14. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action

15. Future Outlook

16. Appendix

For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xmml4s/competitive

Competitive Profiling of Automotive eRetailers in Americas Region Report: Transformative Business Models Enabling Amazon, eBay Dominance – Research and Markets

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets has announced the addition of the „Competitive Profiling of Automotive eRetailers in Americas Region, 2016” report to their offering.

Since the introduction of eCommerce, the automotive aftermarket has been undergoing a paradigm shift, considering the market dynamics. The significant changes are: existing offline participants concentrating on sales through the online channel, online participants procuring parts directly from manufacturers, in addition to improving their Business to Business (B2B) business, in addition to their Business to Customer (B2C) business, and offering services as products through tie-ups with independent garages. Thus, the entire automotive aftermarket is undergoing significant changes right from manufacturers to garages.

Considering these dynamics, it is vital for all stakeholders in the automotive business to understand the online channel’s current scenario and how the future would evolve, to sustain and improve their business in the automotive aftermarket.

The North American region alone contributes to more than half of the global automotive eRetail revenue. This signifies the importance of the North American region in the automotive eRetail market. The scope of the study includes major pure-play eRetailers and mass eRetailers in the North and South American automotive aftermarket segment.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer:

  • What are the major challenges in automotive eRetail and how are these being addressed?
  • What are the major trends in automotive eRetail?
  • What are the effects of eRetail in the automotive industry and other related industries such as logistics?
  • Which are the key participants and what are their strengths and weaknesses?
  • How will the automotive eRetail channel shape up in the future?

Companies Mentioned

  • Amazon
  • Itaro
  • JEGS
  • MercardoLibre
  • Rock Auto
  • Tire Rack
  • US Auto Parts
  • eBay

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology

3. Definitions and Segmentation

4. Global Trends in eRetailing

5. Competitive Profiling of Key eRetailers

6. Amazon

7. eBay

8. Rock Auto

9. JEGS

10. Tire Rack

11. US Auto Parts

12. Itaro

13. MercardoLibre

14. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action

15. Future Outlook

16. Appendix

For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xmml4s/competitive

Competitive Profiling of Automotive eRetailers in Americas Region Report: Transformative Business Models Enabling Amazon, eBay Dominance – Research and Markets

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets has announced the addition of the „Competitive Profiling of Automotive eRetailers in Americas Region, 2016” report to their offering.

Since the introduction of eCommerce, the automotive aftermarket has been undergoing a paradigm shift, considering the market dynamics. The significant changes are: existing offline participants concentrating on sales through the online channel, online participants procuring parts directly from manufacturers, in addition to improving their Business to Business (B2B) business, in addition to their Business to Customer (B2C) business, and offering services as products through tie-ups with independent garages. Thus, the entire automotive aftermarket is undergoing significant changes right from manufacturers to garages.

Considering these dynamics, it is vital for all stakeholders in the automotive business to understand the online channel’s current scenario and how the future would evolve, to sustain and improve their business in the automotive aftermarket.

The North American region alone contributes to more than half of the global automotive eRetail revenue. This signifies the importance of the North American region in the automotive eRetail market. The scope of the study includes major pure-play eRetailers and mass eRetailers in the North and South American automotive aftermarket segment.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer:

  • What are the major challenges in automotive eRetail and how are these being addressed?
  • What are the major trends in automotive eRetail?
  • What are the effects of eRetail in the automotive industry and other related industries such as logistics?
  • Which are the key participants and what are their strengths and weaknesses?
  • How will the automotive eRetail channel shape up in the future?

Companies Mentioned

  • Amazon
  • Itaro
  • JEGS
  • MercardoLibre
  • Rock Auto
  • Tire Rack
  • US Auto Parts
  • eBay

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology

3. Definitions and Segmentation

4. Global Trends in eRetailing

5. Competitive Profiling of Key eRetailers

6. Amazon

7. eBay

8. Rock Auto

9. JEGS

10. Tire Rack

11. US Auto Parts

12. Itaro

13. MercardoLibre

14. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action

15. Future Outlook

16. Appendix

For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xmml4s/competitive

Engine Oil Aftermarket in Malaysia Market Report 2017: Increasing New Vehicle Sales & a Growing Number of Vehicles in Operation Likely to Continuously Drive Overall Market Growth – Research and Markets

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets has announced the addition of the „Engine Oil Aftermarket, Malaysia, Forecast to 2021” report to their offering.

The Malaysian engine oil aftermarket is likely to grow from 50.9 million liters in 2015 to 89.4 million liters by 2021 for both passenger vehicle and light commercial truck segments, recording a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.8%. The number of vehicles in operation (ViO) will increase from a total of 5.6 million units in 2015 to 6.9 million units by 2021.

Growth in the Malaysian engine oil aftermarket is influenced by the rapid growth of new vehicle sales and an increasing number of ViO. Synthetic base engine oil, including synthetic and semi-synthetic engine oil, is dominating the Malaysian market with a share of 89.1% in 2015. This market share is expected to increase to 90.9% in 2021. The synthetic base oil segment is expected to record positive growth due to its high cost-effectiveness and the trend will continue up to 2021.

Questions this Study will Answer:

  • How is the Malaysian engine oil aftermarket expected to change by 2021?
  • What are the top engine oil companies in the Malaysian market?
  • What are the key engine oil business growth opportunities in the market?
  • What is the future consumption volume in the Malaysian engine oil aftermarket?
  • What is the engine oil market demand, in terms of both new vehicle sales and ViO over the coming years?

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Research Scope, Objective, Background, and Methodology

3. Definitions and Segmentation

4. Engine Oil Market-New Vehicle Sales Analysis

5. Engine Oil Market-Vehicles in Operation Analysis

6. Engine Oil Aftermarket-Performance Analysis

7. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action

8. Conclusions and Future Outlook

9. Appendix

For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5fdtvs/engine_oil

Cloud-based English Language Learning Market Estimated to grow at a Healthy CAGR by 2022

Latest niche market research report on “Global Cloud-based English Language Learning Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022” available with OrbisResearch.com.

This report studies the global Cloud-based English Language Learning market, analyzes and researches the Cloud-based English Language Learning development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia. This report focuses on the top players in global market, like
Linguatronics
Rosetta Stone
Sanako
SANS
Edusoft
OKpanda
Sanoma
Voxy

Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers
United States
EU
Japan
China
India
Southeast Asia

Market segment by Type, Cloud-based English Language Learning can be split into
Remote
Face to Face

Market segment by Application, Cloud-based English Language Learning can be split into
Corporate
Academic

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Chapter One: Industry Overview of Cloud-based English Language Learning
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Chapter Three: Company (Top Players) Profiles
Chapter Four: Global Cloud-based English Language Learning Market Size by Type and Application (2012-2017)
Chapter Five: United States Cloud-based English Language Learning Development Status and Outlook
Chapter Six: EU Cloud-based English Language Learning Development Status and Outlook
Chapter Seven: Japan Cloud-based English Language Learning Development Status and Outlook
Chapter Eight: China Cloud-based English Language Learning Development Status and Outlook
Chapter Nine: India Cloud-based English Language Learning Development Status and Outlook
Chapter Ten: Southeast Asia Cloud-based English Language Learning Development Status and Outlook
Chapter Eleven: Market Forecast by Regions, Type and Application (2017-2022)
Chapter Twelve: Cloud-based English Language Learning Market Dynamics
Chapter Thirteen: Market Effect Factors Analysis
Chapter Fourteen: Research Finding/Conclusion
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GEICO’s 2016 Military Service Awards honor U.S. Service Members

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–GEICO recognized six distinguished members of the U.S. military for their significant contributions to their communities at GEICO’S annual Military Service Awards ceremony in Washington D.C. last night. The award honors members of each branch of the military for volunteering their time and talents to address important health and safety issues.

During the event, GEICO Chairman Tony Nicely noted, “GEICO has been dedicated to supporting the men and women serving our country since opening our doors in 1936. The GEICO Military Service Award was created to give special recognition to service members who improve the lives of those in their military and civilian communities. We are proud to continue this tradition for 29 years.”

The six members of the military GEICO honored yesterday with the 2016 GEICO Military Service Awards for their outstanding service to their military and civilian communities are:

United States Army

Sergeant First Class (SFC) Julio Mella, assigned to the U.S. Army Garrison at Fort Campbell, Ky., as the senior administrative noncommissioned officer, was cited for his work in fire safety and fire prevention.

SFC Mella has been a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician for Oak Grove, Ky., since 2008. He has responded to more than 200 emergencies in the last two years. Additionally, he volunteers as a reserve deputy sheriff for Montgomery County, Tenn.

In 2011, SFC Mella was awarded the Community Service Ribbon for his service to the Oak Grove, Ky., community, and in 2012 he was awarded the Upstanding Volunteer Service Medal for volunteering more than 4,000 hours as a volunteer firefighter and EMT. He also volunteers as a mentor for high school students with the tnAchieves organization.

United States Marines

When nominated, Lance Corporal (LCpl) Lawrence Lucy was the supply clerk for Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Quantico, Va. He is recognized for his work in fire safety and fire prevention.

LCpl Lucy gave his free time to ensure the safety and well-being of the military and civilian communities aboard and near Marine Corps Base Quantico. His volunteer work with the Dumfries-Triangle Volunteer Fire Department exceeded more than 400 hours in the past year.

During those volunteer hours he provided timely, effective and professional services at the scenes of 14 vehicle accidents, 27 injury or sickness calls, six reported gas leaks and three fires. Lucy is certified in infectious disease control, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, first aid, use of the automated external defibrillator, and in Federal Emergency Management Agency training.

United States Navy

Chief Petty Officer (CPO) Cyprus V. Abundo is the safety department leading chief petty officer on the USS FRANK CABLE (AS40), Agana, Guam. He is cited for his work in fire safety and fire prevention.

CPO Abundo is damage control coordinator for a premier afloat repair facility operating in the Fifth and Seventh Fleet Areas of Responsibility. He exceeded all areas of fire safety and fire prevention requirements, including an unprecedented 2,965 in-theater repairs to forward-deployed submarines while maintaining safe and healthy working conditions for 1,150 Navy and Military Sealift Command personnel.

CPO Abundo’s aggressive fire safety and fire prevention program integrated safety and operational risk management into all on- and off-duty evolutions. He also executed over 60 integrated ship-wide casualty drills, which include fire, flooding, and personnel casualty for three repair lockers and one nuclear support repair locker involving 400 Navy sailors and Merchant Mariners, resulting in an outstanding grade from MSC Afloat Training Team Inspectors.

CPO Abundo managed 20 command safety programs, led 40 safety technicians, impacting 1,100 sailors, merchant mariners and contractors, reducing safety discrepancies by 85 percent onboard. He led ship wide safety inspections that were praised by the Naval Safety Center for creating “best Safety Department they have ever inspected.”

Abundo’s direct efforts led to USS FRANK CABLE earning FY 15 Chief of Naval Operations Afloat Safety Award and FY15 Secretary of the Navy Afloat Safety Excellence Award. His efforts have been outstanding, reducing fire hazard, material loss and material damage by 82 percent.

United States Air Force

When nominated for the GEICO service award, Technical Sergeant (TSgt) Lee M. Elam was assigned as the occupational safety technician at the 325th Fighter Wing, Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla. TSgt Elam oversaw the base occupational safety program, ensuring safety for 10,000 personnel and $2.8 billion in facilities. Additionally he provided commanders’ safety consultations supporting the Air Force’s largest F-22 wing, with 55 aircraft valued at $10.45 billion. His efforts contributed significantly to the 325th Fighter Wing’s outstanding record of zero class A or B mishaps in the last four years. He is cited for his work in traffic safety and accident prevention.

TSgt Elam was directly responsible for the base Motorcycle Safety and Mishap Investigation programs, providing motorcycle safety for more than 400 riders and investigating, identifying and correcting mishap root causes. TSgt Elam’s work and leadership in motorcycle safety led to his program being recognized as the best program in Air Combat Command.

In his off-duty time, Elam served as the president of the Green Knights Military Motorcycle Club. He led the base Wounded Warrior retreat motorcycle escort program, where he planned and managed activities for over 270 riders. His efforts contributed to the dignified recognition of 180 Wounded Warrior heroes.

United States Coast Guard

Petty Officer Sean Farrar is assigned to Coast Guard Air Station/Sector Field Office Port Angeles, Port Angeles, Wash. He is recognized for his work in fire safety and fire prevention.

Petty Officer Farrar identified critical gaps in the local Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) program, including deficiencies in the number of rescue personnel, the need for annual live-fire and monthly drills, poorly maintained exposure suits and self-contained breathing apparatuses, and some fire safety response vehicles were beyond their service life.

In collaboration with the unit safety department, he rewrote air station policy, implemented a comprehensive overhaul to the training program, and ultimately achieved compliance with Coast Guard policy. Farrar’s actions led to 840 hours of certified firefighter training for local personnel and reduced the unit’s ARFF response time to less than three minutes on-scene time.

National Guard/Reserves

Gunnery Sergeant (GySgt) Jose Montoya is assigned to Headquarters Battery, 14th Marine Regiment, 4th Marine Division of Marine Forces Reserve aboard Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas. He is recognized for his work in traffic safety and accident prevention.

GySgt Montoya is the platoon sergeant for the Motor Transport, Utilities and Engineering Platoon of Headquarters Battery. According to his Battery Commander, GySgt Montoya “is one of the strongest staff noncommissioned officers in the battery.” Montoya serves as the DWI enforcement officer for the city of Lewisville, Texas, where he has been a police officer since 2008. He currently holds an Intermediate and an Advanced Police Officer certification in the state of Texas.

The Mothers Against Drunk Driving organization recognized GySgt Montoya as the Lewisville Police Officer of the Year in both 2011 and 2012 while he was serving as a patrol officer.

In November 2013, he was selected to become the DWI Enforcement/Traffic Officer for the city police force. His proactive DWI enforcement methods have resulted in 725 traffic enforcement stops and the issuing of 280 warnings and 445 citations in just the last three years alone. His expertise has resulted in him training senior police officers in recertification and in training new recruits in DWI detection and DWI enforcement. In 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 GySgt Montoya was recognized by LEADRS (Law Enforcement Advanced DUI/DWI Reporting System) as being in the top 10 of all Texas police officers for his commitment to keeping drunk drivers off Texas streets. He was additionally recognized as the number one police officer in the state by that organization during 2014. GySgt Montoya also volunteers his time to the community as an assistant youth soccer coach.