Rosemary Barclay Discusses the Initial Steps a Driver Takes After a Collision

Collision repair specialist explains the steps that should be taken immediately following an accident.

SARASOTA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, July 20, 2018 / — A collision can happen at any moment. Regardless of the situation, the collision is usually not something that people know is coming. Whether they are the ones being hit or the person in the wrong, an accident is still a horrific event. There is no way someone can truly prepare for an accident and it’s difficult to anticipate how anyone will react.

Fortunately, Rosemary Barclay has laid out the initial steps a driver should take immediately following a collision. By taking these steps, drivers can help calm the situation and get the help that’s necessary.

Stay Calm

While this might seem impossible in the heat of the moment, staying calm helps a person take in the situation. Taking a few deep breaths and allowing the mind to process what is going on helps a lot. This can help clear the mind and slow the adrenaline. After all, it’s likely that a fight or flight reaction is brewing. If the person gives into that, they could hurt themselves further by freaking out.

Check Yourself and Your Passengers

After finding a semblance of calm, check yourself for injuries. Take it slow, to make sure nothing is broken or going to be worsened by movement. Everything might seem like it’s happening a million miles a minute but taking the time to check yourself is essential.

Afterward, check the passengers. Safety should be paramount in this situation. Get visual and verbal confirmation that passengers are unharmed before proceeding.

Get to Safety

There are many reasons why, after a collision, the car is an unsafe environment. If it’s possible, get out of the car and get to safety. If others need help, it’s okay to help them, but don’t endanger yourself by staying in the car. Hopefully, everyone can make it out of the car of their own volition. When that happens, get to a safe area, away from traffic.

Call 9-1-1

If no one appears to be hurt, call the police to report the accident. If there’s a belief that someone was hurt in the accident, call an ambulance before anything else. The most important thing is to get anyone who needs medical attention the treatment they need. Everything else can wait.

Call Insurance and then a Legal Representative

Once the shock of the collision is over and everyone is alright, it’s time to exchange information. After ensuring everyone’s safety, the next step is to get the insurance companies involved. After reporting the accident and filing the claim, it’s a good idea to call legal representation. Now that people have had a few minutes to think, the police will be filing a report. It’s best to speak to a lawyer and possibly have representation present while answering questions.

In summation, Rosemary Barclay understands the chaos of a collision. Even though these steps might seem obvious now, stress tends to make the obvious seem impossible. So, Barclay has put these steps together, in the hopes that they will help someone in a time of crisis.

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Konijnenburg Wheels acquires large Slovenian wheel manufacturer and strengthens position in European market

Factory LIV KOLESA - manufacturer of transport wheels & Castors

Factory LIV KOLESA – manufacturer of transport wheels & Castors

Swivel castor with directional locks made to measure for waste bins

Swivel castor with directional locks made to measure for waste bins

Steel wheelbarrows for industrial use

Steel wheelbarrows for industrial use

Konijnenburg Wheels becomes the fifth largest transport wheel manufacturer in Europe

With this acquisition, we can deliver European quality at a competitive price, a two-day drive from our Amsterdam head office', says Floris van Konijnenburg.”

— Floris van Konijnenburg

AMSTERDAM, NOORD HOLAND, NEDERLAND, July 19, 2018 / — Konijnenburg Wheels acquires large Slovenian wheel manufacturer and strengthens position in the European market

Konijnenburg Wheels becomes the fifth largest transport wheel manufacturer in Europe

Konijnenburg Wheels has acquired a 50% interest in the Slovenian castor factory LIV Kolesa. The plant, located 45 kilometres east of Triest, is Europe's fifth castor wheel factory.

LIV Kolesa currently employs 170 people and last year generated a turnover of €14 million, with capacity for a potential turnover of €26 million. The acquisition makes Konijnenburg Wheels the fifth largest wheel manufacturer in Europe in terms of turnover.

The acquisition will considerably strengthen the market position of Konijnenburg Wheels. Thanks to its automated presses and attractive wage cost for production in Slovenia, LIV Kolesa is considered the most competitive wheel manufacturer in Europe. As a result of the takeover, customers of Konijnenburg will have the opportunity to have large volumes of custom castors delivered within a few weeks. At the moment, the minimum delivery time for such volumes from Asia is ten weeks.

After the takeover, the management of LIV Kolesa will be in the hands of Floris van Konijnenburg, managing director of Konijnenburg Wielen, and Franc Gregorcic, founder and managing director of G4 Group. The new management wants to quickly optimise the factory and strengthen LIV Kolesa’s brand internationally.

‘LIV Kolesa needs to be transformed,' says Franc Gregorcic. ‘The company currently does not have enough profitable operations and we will help it enter new markets and develop and introduce new products. Redundancies are unlikely, says Gregorcic. ‘Our G4 Group has seven factories with a total of 950 employees. Wherever we have appeared, we have achieved growth.’

LIV Kolesa was founded in 1954 as a metal factory and woodworking company. The Slovenian company has since developed into a high-tech producer of castors, wheelbarrows, plastic injection moulded parts and sheet metal stamped components, serving customers all over the world. Unique to the Slovenian factory is the optimised internal logistic process, which enables short delivery times. LIV Kolesa is the only castor factory in Europe to have its own galvanising plant, two towering fully automatic 400-tonne transfer presses and its own slitting lines. The factory has a progressive sustainability program; part of its energy supply is supplied by 4000m2 of solar panels.

According to the latest information, LIV Kolesa's products are sold in 27 countries, with the EU being its most important market. Germany and Poland are the largest markets. In the first quarter of this year, LIV Kolesa's sales grew to €3.8 million, an increase of 18% compared to the same period last year.

Konijnenburg Wielen is acquiring LIV Kolesa together with G4 Group, a conglomerate owned by the Gregorcic family, a well-known and successful entrepreneurial family in Slovenia. The company started in 1995 when Franc Gregorcic decided to produce caravans on the site of the defunct IMV Adria caravan factory. Today, G4 Group is a major European producer of thermoforming, a technique for processing plastic sheets. In addition, the group focuses on buying and restructuring other companies.

Floris van Konijnenburg knows LIV Kolesa well. Konijnenburg Wielen has been representing the Slovenian company in the Benelux for the past 25 years. Over the decades, the two companies have jointly developed several new systems for transportation and swivel casters for the Western European market. ‘This is a logical step for us’, says Van Konijnenburg. ‘The advantage to our customers lies in custom work at a good price, with a short delivery time. With this acquisition, we can deliver European quality at a competitive price, a two-day drive from our Amsterdam head office', says Floris van Konijnenburg.

About Konijnenburg Wheels
Konijnenburg Wheels and Vlukon are part of Konindustries BV (group turnover 2017: € 13 million; 70 employees). With the acquisition of LIV Kolesa d.o.o. Konindustries is investing in a leading market position in technical wheels and industrial components for use in the automotive industry, waste processing, retail logistics, parcel delivery and horticulture.

Konijnenburg Wielen BV has been a supplier of high-quality transport wheels and mechanical components to the European manufacturing industry since 1946. The wheel manufacturer Vlukon BV, located near the southern Dutch town of Maastricht, was acquired by Konindustries in 2017.

For further information, please contact Floris van Konijnenburg,
Director Konindustries BV / SPV LIV d.o.o.
E-mail: tel: +31-206821051

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Swissbit announces product launches for Flash Memory Summit 2018

N-10m2, Swissbit’s latest PCIe 3.0 / NVMe 1.2 M.2-Module

Swissbit’s 3D NAND SATA SSD’s are ideal for industrial temperature ranges

Swissbit will launch its latest 3D-NAND-based memory solutions for industrial temperature grades at FMS 2018

BRONSCHHOFEN, ST. GALLEN, SWITZERLAND, July 19, 2018 / — Swissbit AG, a leading manufacturer of industrial-grade flash memory solutions, will be exhibiting its latest memory innovations at the Flash Memory Summit 2018 in Santa Clara, California (August 7-9, 2018). On booth #419 of the Santa Clara Convention Center, Swissbit will launch its latest 3D-NAND-based memory solutions for industrial temperature grades including the PCIe M.2-Module N-10m2 and a new 2.5" SATA SSD. A further key theme will be memory cards with integrated security features. Tom McCormick, Chief Engineer and Technologist, will be presenting his paper on 'Flash and Filesystem Codesign' and will be answering questions about embedded applications at the Expert Chat Session on the Tuesday evening of the show. Swissbit's Engineering Director for embedded products, Grady Lambert, will be holding a talk on 'Security risks in industrial environments'.

For industrial temperature ranges from -40 to 85°C, Swissbit is launching its X-70 SATA 6 Gb/s SSD at the show. The 2.5" SSD with 3D-NAND will be available by the end of the year in version-varieties between 120GB to 1TB. The latest NVMe PCIe M.2 Module N-10m2 will also be introduced at the show ahead of its imminent market-availability. The industrial-grade 3D-NAND-based memory offers optimized power consumption and is especially suited for fanless systems.

Highly secure storage media
With its SD & microSD Memory Cards and USB sticks with integrated secure element, Swissbit offers solutions for embedded systems that require data or communication to be secured through hardware-based authentication- and encryption functions. By combining standard memory media with security features, IIoT applications can be kept secure and up-to-date cryptographically throughout their entire life-cycle.

About Swissbit AG
Swissbit is the largest independent manufacturer of embedded memory and flash storage solutions in Europe. The company was founded in 2001 through a management buy-out of Siemens AG, and has offices in Switzerland, Germany, US, Japan and Taiwan. Its main manufacturing plant in Berlin produces industrial strength flash memory products and memory cards with dedicated features for demanding applications. The Swissbit flash range includes SSDs with SATA interface as mSATA, Slim SATA, CFast™, M.2 and 2.5", CompactFlash, USB flash drives, SD and micro SD memory cards. Swissbit offers products with long-term availability, high reliability and durability and custom optimization for demanding applications in the industrial, automotive and NetCom sectors. With its secure storage solutions, Swissbit addresses the increasing security requirements demanded by industrial, government, defense, medical, NetCom, machine-to-machine communication and finance industry segments. All Swissbit products meet the highest quality standards and the RoHS and REACH directives.
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TRAVOD Recognised Among Largest Translation Companies in the World

Travod - Translation Agency

Travod – Translation Agency

Market research firm CSA recognises TRAVOD as a leader in the $46.52 billion global translation, localisation, and interpreting services industry.

We are thrilled to be recognised in the CSA Research. And, as the localisation landscape continues to evolve rapidly, we are here to explore new ways of contributing to the translation industry.”

— Elena Grigoras, CEO of TRAVOD International

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, July 18, 2018 / — TRAVOD International announced today that it officially ranks as one of the largest language service providers (LSPs) in the global translation and interpreting industry. Published in June 2018 by independent market research firm Common Sense Advisory (CSA Research), “The Language Services Market: 2018” ranked TRAVOD translation agency as a top-grossing LSP in the US$46.52 billion global market for outsourced language services and technology. TRAVOD International was named as the 93rd largest LSP in the world and the 22nd largest in Northern Europe.

With 70% annual growth last year, TRAVOD outperformed more than 18,000 other translation companies to achieve this honour. The company’s success is attributed to its expansion into new Scandinavian, Asian and Eastern European markets. A big role in TRAVOD’s growth was played by the diversification of the service portfolio offered to end clients, incorporating services such as Website Localisation, Software Localisation, Desktop Publishing and translation solutions. The customer-focused workforce at TRAVOD helped it get ahead of the other players in the industry.

As part of the primary quantitative study, CSA Research surveyed providers from around the world to collect actual reported revenue for 2016 and 2017, and expected revenue for 2018. The firm details the findings in the 14th annual global industry report, “The Language Services Market: 2018,” the only comprehensive global survey of private and publicly-traded language services and technology companies. The firm found that the demand for language services and supporting technologies is continuing and is growing at an annual rate of 7.99%, representing an increase of 6.97% on last year’s rate.

“We are thrilled to be recognised in the CSA Research. And, as the localisation landscape continues to evolve rapidly, we are here to explore new ways of contributing to the translation industry by focusing on digital solutions and localisation automation, which can and will transform the global economy.
For us, this is an honorable position and a significant boost in our global ranking, yet all we can feel is gratitude toward those who helped make this happen – all our partners. Thanks to their patronage and their firm belief in our capabilities, we managed to raise the quality of service offered to all our clients. Their loyalty helped us step up to the mark, perform better and keep pace with their needs," said Elena Grigoras, CEO of TRAVOD International.

Sixty-four percent of the language services providers (LSPs) surveyed said revenue was up over the previous year. Factors driving this demand include content digitisation, personalised customer service, and business globalisation. As organisations both large and small make their products and services available in more languages, the firm predicts that the language services industry will continue to grow and that the value of the market will rise to US$56.18 billion by 2021.

“As businesses optimise their customer experience in home markets through digitisation, companies are under pressure to globalise their entire operations. Our research has long and conclusively demonstrated that people are much more likely to purchase products in their own language. In addition, that same content and product localisation reduces customer care costs and increases brand loyalty,” explains Dr. Donald A. DePalma, CSA Research’s founder and Chief Strategy Officer.

TRAVOD, a full-service translation agency, has evolved and adapted so as to offer cutting-edge translation & localisation solutions to global companies and outsourcing solutions for LSPs.

About Common Sense Advisory
Common Sense Advisory (CSA Research) is the premier market research firm specialising in the language services and technology industry. It provides primary data and insight to assist companies with planning, brand strategy, innovation, competitive positioning, and achieving a better understanding of global markets.

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Car rental fraud victim exposes crucial photographic proof to show humanity the shocking subsequent vehicle damage used as part of highly-refined theft scam

The most important advice I can offer to any car rental customer is to take substantial photographs of the vehicle condition at the origination and the conclusion of the rental”

— David Howe, National Car Rental 'ding and dent' scam victim

FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, July 17, 2018 / — SubscriberWise, the nation’s largest issuing CRA for the communications industry and the leading protector of children victimized by identity fraud, announced today the photographic proof of rental condition during the moment-in-time when the vehicle was returned to the crime scene at SW Florida Fort Myers International airport National Car Rental check-in location, as well as the subsequent photographic evidence revealing the shocking vehicle damage that occurred in the care of tortfeasor Enterprise Holdings.

The subsequent damage was conspicuously made in a close and convenient proximity to the ‘wear and tear’ that was part of an overall complex 'ding and dent' scam intended to financially implicate the crime victim through the origination of a one-way rental secured with a business credit card. This damage was a ploy designed to create an illusion of a legitimate claim to support a substantial money demand that included aggressive tactics to gain access to the victim's credit card and insurance company for undisputed and prompt cash settlement.

The damage was later photographed and then inserted onto a PDF by the Enterprise ‘Damage Recovery Unit’ with repeated financial demands directed at victim David Howe for payment of $502.80, an amount which Florida law may declare as felony grand theft under current statute. And in the most brazen effort to hasten the fraudulent payment repeatedly demanded by tortfeasor, the crime victim was threatened to have his credit severely impacted by a third-party collection agency if the illicit money was not paid to 'satisfy the claim'.

Although egregious beyond imagination is the photographic evidence revealing the subsequent damage, it’s only a mere piece in a larger corporate cover-up, including an incredible under-oath written statement directing law enforcement investigators to the WRONG VEHICLE.

In addition to a comprehensive hour-long presentation provided to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi’s Consumer Protection Director Victoria Butler and senior investigators in Tampa, Florida, the complex systematic scheme and criminal evidence was shared with a field representative for United States Senator Marco Rubio and later communicated through an in-depth presentation to Mr. Rubio's legislative staff in Washington D.C. (

• See the photo taken at crime scene revealing nearly invisible, yet normal, ‘wear and tear’. The photo was sent real-time via the Verizon VTEXT server to the manager on duty after Howe became suspicious of the ‘ding and dent’ scam. The single photo established an uncontroverted record of the vehicle condition at rental check-in and protected the victim beyond reproach:

• See the subsequent photo that was emailed to crime victim Howe in a PDF from the Enterprise ‘Damage Recovery Unit’ with a financial demand of $502.80. The photograph reveals actual damage that could not have been the responsibility of the crime victim. It was the basis of a law enforcement investigation and meetings with lawmakers:

“The most important advice I can offer to any car rental customer is to take substantial photographs of the vehicle condition at the origination and the conclusion of the rental,” said David Howe, National Car Rental crime victim and survivor. “There may be many instances when agents will advise that ‘anything smaller than a golf ball is okay’. It’s critical that consumers blatantly ignore any instruction to dismiss minor 'wear and tear' and to instead take photos of every square inch of the assigned vehicle, inside and outside and even checking under-carriage to help mitigate easy-to-commit fraud by predatory rental agencies.

Related: Rental Car Checklist – Protocol for Protection

“And that recommendation cannot be made more strongly for each and every rental because there’s a pathetic lack of uniform and predictable standards for the car rental industry that places consumers at incredible risk of financial exposure with virtually no due process rights — even in cases of clear and convincing fraud,” Howe added.

“Of course, I hope to change that with my own criminal victimization,” Howe concluded. “In fact, my past efforts – as well as planned future efforts — with Congress and state lawmakers has proved to be profoundly therapeutic following what is undeniably the most abusive and anger-provoking life event I have ever experienced.”

About SubscriberWise

SubscriberWise® launched as the first U.S. issuing consumer reporting agency exclusively for the cable industry in 2006. In 2009, SubscriberWise and TransUnion announced a joint marketing agreement for the benefit of America's independent cable operators. Today SubscriberWise is a risk management preferred-solutions provider for the National Cable Television Cooperative.

SubscriberWise contributions to the communications industry are quantified in the billions of dollars annually.

SubscriberWise is a U.S.A. federally registered trademark of the SubscriberWise Limited Liability Co.

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Mobile Tyre Shop launches in Adelaide to become Australia's largest mobile tyre network

First launching in Melbourne and featured on Shark Tank, Mobile Tyre Shop now operates in 4 states servicing Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and now Adelaide.

MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA, July 17, 2018 / — Mobile Tyre Shop commenced operations today in the ‘City of Churches’.

First launching in Melbourne in 2012 and featuring on Network Ten’s Shark Tank, Mobile Tyre Shop now operates in 4 states with company owned vans servicing Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and now Adelaide.

Mobile Tyre Shop has taken the hassle out of buying tyres by bringing the tyre shop straight to the customer 7 days a week. Disrupting the traditional tyre shop model, customers can now get their tyres conveniently fitted at their homes or work.

While mobile tyre servicing is innovative to Australians, countries such as the USA and those of Europe have long been used to the convenience of getting their tyres changed at home or at work.

“Fleet customer demand for a national service is driving us to spread our footprint quicker than anticipated,” explained Travis Osborne, CEO and Founder. “Particularly national rental car companies who have embraced our offering in Melbourne and Sydney are driving demand In Adelaide.”

Heading up the operation in South Australia is Shameel Hay, who is excited to be making Adelaide his family’s new home having worked with Mobile Tyre Shop in Melbourne. As one of the most experienced Tyre Technicians, ‘Shamy’ saw this as a great opportunity to not only progress his employment, but to also give his family a better lifestyle in South Australia.

“I have been pleasantly surprised how easy it has been for the family to settle in here in Adelaide.” said Mr Hay. “My wife was able to transfer her job and with a great lifestyle and reduced cost of living here in Adelaide, it is a win-win all round.”

The first item on Shameel’s to-do list will be to recruit the Tyre Technicians needed to operate the bright yellow and white vans around the Adelaide metropolitan area. “From what I’ve seen so far, the quality of applications for the positions has been very high.” Mr Hay explained. "I guess with the recent car factory closures, a new business such as ours can only benefit with the wealth of skills on offer.”

For hi-res images or more information about Mobile Tyre Shop, contact:

Jamie Cartwright
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M: +61 438 001 113

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GateHouse Logistics and Cargo Chief Partner to Reduce Empty Miles and Enhance Service in the US Supply Chain

ghTrack integrated into Cargo Chief’s data streams alerts brokers and transport companies about empty trucks in specific areas that are ready to drive a load

Every year, American trucks travel at less than market rates or even empty for nearly half of their billion miles on our highways wasting fuel, time, labor and causing needless pollution”

— Russell Jones, CEO, Cargo Chief

NøRRESUNDBY AND MILLBRAE, DENMARK AND UNITED STATES, July 17, 2018 / — Supply chain data aggregation firm GateHouse Logistics and 3PL technology provider Cargo Chief today jointly announce a partnership that could see a nationwide network of more than 500,000 carriers reducing the number of empty runs on North American highways.

“Every year, American trucks travel at less than market rates or even empty for nearly half of their billion miles on our highways wasting fuel, time, labor and causing needless pollution,” says Russell Jones, Cargo Chief’s CEO. “By partnering with GateHouse Logistics, we can integrate its ghTrack technology into our data streams and provide brokers and transport companies with information in real time about trucks in specific areas that are intelligently paired with available loads to keep trucks rolling at reasonable rates.” Jones is also excited about ghTrack enabling highly accurate and ubiquitous tracking of all client truckload shipments.

“This partnership confirms the widespread applications of ghTrack technology in the logistics industry. Smart factories and their extended, just-in-sequence logistics are just a few examples and better capacity planning is yet another,” adds Jesper Bennike, CEO, GateHouse Logistics.

ghTrack is fully integrable as data-as-a-service, and its tracking and visibility data will enrich Cargo Chief solutions to provide accurate and relevant matches for freight planning.

About Cargo Chief
Cargo Chief unlocks hidden carrier capacity for 3PLs by leveraging patented, award-winning technology created by the combination of Silicon Valley ingenuity and deep freight industry expertise and relationships. Cargo Chief enables 3PLs to enhance their service and profitability by matching, booking and managing loads with their existing carriers more efficiently and effectively. Please visit

About ghTrack®
ghTrack is a completely neutral and independent cloud based data sharing service leading the way that business-critical data is securely shared across the entire supply chain. It is also the perfect foundation for emerging smart industries including IoT developments. ghTrack brings long-wanted, real-time end-to-end visibility to all stakeholders in the supply chain. It aggregates position and sensor data from all modes of transportation and presents them as one unified and logical data stream for simple integration into any business system. ghTrack is Europe’s most widely used and secure data sharing service and is fully GDPR compliant. ghTrack is a brand of GateHouse Logistics A/S. Please visit


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Lead The Charge With The Ultimate Luggage Tray: Rhino-Rack XTray Pro

The Rhino-Rack family has a new addition – The XTray Pro

DENVER, CO, USA, July 16, 2018 / — The Rhino-Rack family has a new addition – The XTray Pro. It is designed and made as the ultimate versatile tray for the ready explorer, and the perfect assistant for weekly activities. Whether you’re escaping the city, camping out with the kids, taking on the bike trails, hitting the road with a car-load of friends, moving house, or embarking on a shopping expedition, you won’t run out of space with the Rhino-Rack XTray Pro.

Innovative product design is always at the forefront of the Rhino-Rack team’s mind and the XTray Pro is no exception. Balancing function and form perfectly, the quality strong and durable steel 2 piece construction tray has a classic black powder-coated finish to provide a sleek and stylish complement to your vehicle.

Elevating this tray to the next level is the discrete, inbuilt Thru Axle Bike Carriers, making loading and transporting multiple bicycles and other gear fast and easy – meaning, less time packing and more time adventuring!

The XTray Pro comes complete with a universal attachment system to fit Rhino-Rack Vortex and Euro bars and most other crossbar brands. This rugged and ready rack is polished off with a sleek, aerodynamic wind deflector to make your travels quieter and to help deflect insects, dirt and grime from your precious cargo.

This XTray is the perfect versatile, all-rounder secure roof system for full-time off-roaders, weekend warriors and everyday users. With extra storage capacity so that you don’t have to make the dreaded cut to any of your gear. You can take it all with the XTray Pro.

*Load rating 75kg/165lbs

Rhino-Rack XTray Pro MSRP: $429.00

For more information on Rhino-Rack and to view the full product range visit

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AISCES Reinvents Brand Protection with Cheqbrand Anti Counterfeit Technology.

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Cheqbrand Anti Counterfeit Technology for Brand Protection

Android, iOS and cloud based secure solution enhances trust for brands and consumers.

NOIDA, INDIA, July 17, 2018 / — AISCES today announced its latest innovation Cheqbrand, the most secure anti counterfeit solution. Cheqbrand revolutionizes the way brands protects products from counterfeits, and the way consumers identify genuine products before a purchase decision.

"The Cheqbrand anti counterfeit solution is a game changer in the anti counterfeit industry." said Anuj Pachoree, CEO of AISCES "It solves the problem of anti counterfeiting by providing real time data to the brand owners to detect fakes, at the same time Cheqbrand provides consumers with a trusted platform to verify authenticity of a product."

Cheqbrand features an anti counterfeit label which can be verified using a smartphone application. The verification of the label happens over cloud and is PCI compliant secure. Cheqbrand supports both QR and NFC based labels, and can be easily integrated with the manufacturing setup of a brand's production line. Multiple brands can be supported on the Cheqbrand platform. The Cheqbrand platform also helps brands achieve track and trace and serialization for each SKU of a brand's products. Cheqbrand provides real time data to brands about possible counterfeit locations. Cheqbrand is very easy to use for both brands and consumers.

AISCES is a technology company in Noida. AISCES provides products for payment tech and retail tech.

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Quality Resolution Systems, LLC Announces Plans for Automotive Manufacturing Training Facility

Quality Resolution Systems, LLC

Detroit Manufacturer Training Facility to provide employees at Ford, FCA, and GM the leverage and added competence needed to succeed

DETROIT, MI, UNITED STATES, July 14, 2018 / — Quality Resolution Systems, LLC, a Detroit, Michigan consultancy firm, is ready to expand and add a Development of Manufacturing Training Facility, its publicist announced today. The move is expected to solve core issues facing processes from America's "Big Three," automobile industry.

General Motors, Ford Motor Company, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles are internationally recognized as "The Big Three" and are the largest automakers in America. Detroit, Michigan is the headquarters for each of them.

Kiara Thomas, CEO of Quality Resolution Systems, LLC, says that after seven years of working with and for GM, Ford, FCA or one of their major suppliers, she noticed a pattern of reoccurring problems resistant to solutions. As both an advocate and participant of a growing and thriving workforce, Kiara Thomas says that change is needed if there is going to be any resolve.

In response, Quality Resolution Systems, LLC rolled out a two to five year plan which involves the "Big Three" automotive industry. Training modules and courses include learning manufacturing processes such as machining, welding, and injection molding; as well as commodities like sheet metal and general assembly.

"Learning union rules, how to deal with conflict, and how to successfully work in unionized plants, will provide individuals working in Ford, FCA, and GM manufacturing plants the leverage and added competence they need to succeed," explained Thomas. "Funding for the Manufacturing Training Facility will be provided by Ford, FCA, and GM."

“These moves are both innovative and strategic by nature," stated Fran Briggs, Publicist to Quality Resolution Systems, LLC. "That means, QRS, LLC is poised to continue to add strength to the economy.”

"Individuals will be trained on processes and general products that are involved in the production of a vehicle," said Kiara Thomas. "There will also be a non-profit side which trains teenagers the trades within the automotive industry, and a summer camp/after-school program for youth interested in Math, Science, Automation, and Technology," she added.

Quality Resolution Systems, LLC is a Detroit quality management systems-based start-up company dedicated to bridge functional gaps between corporate and support location operations. QRS works to advance diverse industries through the development of people, processes, and product with the aim of creating a more structured, efficient, and operative workplace. Kiara Thomas, CEO of Quality Resolution Systems, LLC, is also a blogger for with MICHauto, Michigan Auto. For more information, visit

Detroit, Michigan native, Kiara Thomas says she was born with a passion for the automotive industry. She is a student of Engineering Management with a focus in Automotive Technologies & Manufacturing Processes. While keeping her focus on family and her community, she has worked for the top OEM Manufacturers and Tier-One Supplier companies for almost a decade. Her experience includes Process Development, Improvement, and Implementation, ISO/TS 16949, Risk Mitigation, Strategic Business Planning, Training & Personnel Development and various problem-solving methodologies such as 8Ds, Red-X, and Six Sigma. For bookings and interviews, please email her publicist, Fran Briggs.

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