There was some mention about "texture" being adverse to pathogens living and multiplying on a surface.
This has been a while back and I'm not sure if this is a characteristic of the new cleaning product.
Could be though, because Zvi was mentioned as being in on the design.
Fink also said that the two models Kenworth is installing (as an option) with the UC starter assist is their best selling models.
This product could not have happened without the DuraBlue™ Advanced Shock and Vibration Technology.
Maybe it even pushed the truck contract to success. Just saying.
As long as we continue to see revenue growth (yoy) in the 30+% range we have nothing to worry about.
Don't forget that Peterbilt is offering the same package as Kenworth --- both are Paccar subsidiaries however.
Has anyone mentioned anything about fire safety?
Wouldn't be too cool to have your car burn up. The Chinese are notorious for ignoring things like that.
That's the same company that John Petersen wrote articles about and promoted in Seeking Alpha.
Seems that as a former C-suite executive, he had a large stoke position.
New or continued QE spending overseas is causing people to drop out of US based mutual funds in order to concentrate abroad. This, I think, is the major cause of TRMB's drop in price and a major buying opportunity for those of us that want to jump into a company that is concentrating on making field work more efficient.
Sounds like a game changing technology.
I can see this expanding into all kinds of areas, a lot of which were mentioned.
Hopefully TRMB has an option on future purchase.
MXWL has to stay ahead of some pretty stiff state sponsored competition.
14% tells me that they are serious --- I have no problem with that since I'm in it for the long term.
The diesel buying surge might be because of the problems with the new eco-gasoline-engine.
Not just Mazda, but several other manufacturers are having problems of carbon build-up with the direct cylinder injection architecture. After 60/70000 miles the carbon collecting on the intake valves negates the 10%, or so, milage advantage and causes some problems with running performance as well. BMW has solved much of the problem by focusing the injectors towards the intake valves.
I would surmise that the larger the battery is relative to the grid, the less likely the need for a Ucap, and vice versa. A well balanced system would benefit from a Ucap.
I can't see the debt level dropping with rising interest rates.
Once the interest rates go back to normal --- most all the taxes will be going to pay for bond obligations. That's when inflation will pounce and eat our lunch.
Whether he plans on keeping the shares or flipping an earlier grant received at a higher price --- he must think that the price is going higher. hubba hubba
I'm going to need a simpler, more comprehensive, explanation before I can understand what you are talking about.
This caught my eye:
"Q4 gross margin was impacted by warranty provisions of $3.7 million related primarily to a fuel processor issue in a specific Asian deployment."
The amps are what kills --- but I'm not sure about the relationship with voltage. Would be nice if MXWL (or Continental) could comment on this.