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2017-2022 Global and Regional Electrified Railways Traction Transformers Industry Market Research Report

 

Report Summary-

This report focus on global and regional market, providing information on major players like manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, traders, customers, investors and etc., major types, major applications from global and major regions such as Europe, North America, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and etc. Data type include capacity, production, market share, price, revenue, cost, gross, gross margin, growth rate, consumption, import, export and etc. Industry chain, manufacturing process, cost structure, marketing channel are also analyzed in this report.

This report provides valuable information for companies like manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, traders, customers, investors and individuals who have interests in this industry.

Major companies are as follows:

  • General Electric
  • ABB
  • Siemens
  • BTB Plaza
  • Alstom
  • Jst Transformateurs
  • Preis Group
  • Schaffner Group
  • Mitsubishi
  • Hitachi

Major classifications are as follows:

  • 110kV
  • 220kV
  • 330kV


Major applications are as follows:

  • Electrified Railway
  • Urban Rail
  • Other


Major regions are as follows:

 

  • Europe
  • North America
  • China
  • Japan
  • Southeast Asia

 

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Table Of Content-

Chapter 1 Industry Overview
1.1 Definition
1.2 Brief Introduction of Major Classifications
1.2.1 110kV
1.2.2 220kV
1.2.3 330kVChapter

2 Production Market Analysis
2.1 Global Production Market Analysis
2.1.1 2011-2016 Global Capacity, Production, Capacity Utilization Rate, Ex-Factory Price, Revenue, Cost, Gross and Gross Margin Analysis
2.1.2 2011-2016 Major Manufacturers Performance and Market Share
2.2 Regional Production Market Analysis
2.2.1 2011-2016 Regional Market Performance and Market Share
2.2.2 Europe MarketChapter

3 Sales Market Analysis
3.1 Global Sales Market Analysis
3.1.1 2011-2016 Global Sales Volume, Sales Price and Sales Revenue Analysis
3.1.2 2011-2016 Major Manufacturers Performance and Market Share
3.2 Regional Sales Market Analysis

 

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review 2017-08-13 16:08
Love, love, love so much!
ROM vs. Transformers: Shining Armor #1 - John Barber,Christos Gage,Alex Milne

Barber nails it with this.   When Rom stumbles upon a Cybertronian ship fleeing an attack, he's only slightly convinced by the Galactic Council's explanation that the Cybertonian's are awful, warlike mechanicals.   Still, they're about to flee when he senses a lifeforms and decides that them getting away is less important than saving what turns out to be a Cybertornian infant.   

 

Stardrive is raises amongst the Solstar Order, who believes that Cybertronians are prone to war and destructiveness.   She's taught that she's evil by birth - unlike the other children she's raised with - and that she must control herself very carefully to be better.   Even Rom, her savior on the day she was born, doesn't seem to argue this systematic racism.   He shows her more respect, believes in her more, and shows sympathy when, as a child, she witnesses violence.   He never really voices that he believes she's evil or warlike, but he does allow others to voice this.   (The only other choices he had were drastic, and namely to take her out of that society, a society that they assure her is better than hers and that will make her better.   Seeing as she knows very little about her own people, though, she can only make her choice based on what a prejudiced society says about what she will be if left to her own devices.)

 

The connection she has with Rom, the way she tries so hard to be a Space Knight and worthy of the name, is touching but the little ways she's chipped away at by the other Space Knights is cringe-worthy.   And quite frankly an important discussion to have in this political clime.   It's worse for Stardrive: she is a minority of one for the longest time, and has no power to fight off those who disparage her. 

 

I have some hope, because she learns more about Cybertonians by the end, although only a little.   And the characters that come in?    Well, some of them might absolutely ruin her, but I'm hoping the Autobots get her and not the Decepticons.   I doubt she'd go with the latter, though, because they've been spiteful to her already, so more hope. 

 

This is far more complex than I gave it credit for originally.   I don't know much about Rom, and I haven't been completely thrilled with the Transformers crossovers/events coming from IDW lately.   This, however, was far better than I expected when I picked up this first issue.   In fact, I'd go as far to say that I think recent issues - the last Transformers annual, the Dinobot trilogy and this - showing a growth in Barber's writing.   (Some authors take this as an insult, and they shouldn't.   Barber wasn't a slouch or a bad writer before, but practice, experience, confidence, and other variables all go into people getting better at their jobs - and this is true of writers as well.)   And not only that, I think there was a tipping point at the annual and ever since, Barber's blown me away, particularly with things tangential to Optimus Prime.   (I think he's doing an amazing job with OP, but I'm most interested in Thundercracker in that series.  Just my luck that Optimus Prime is an integral character, whom everyone loves, and he's not a character who speaks to me!   So I've come to think of that series as just personal issues and nothing more.)

 

However, I found this work to be some of the most thoughtful, thought-provoking, complex writing to date.   Like, damn, I think there's four issues of this and I'm already crying inside at the loss of this series.   I'm even looking forward to OP more.  (Although i stand by my previous statement about Thundercracker: I want that series instead of OP.   I would read a Barber-written Thundercracker series.  I would read that daily.   Thundercracker is hilarious and the best, especially when Barber's writing him.)

 

Here's to issue two!

 

 

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review 2017-08-13 15:27
Nope
First Strike #1 - Mairghread Scott,David Rodriguez,Max Dunbar

Mairghread Scott, who wrote Till All Are One, co-writes this crossover.   She is an amazing writer, but I tend to not like crossovers: many of them push an agenda which can detract from the storytelling.   Furthermore, this is considered the big, yearly event, and the last event was Revolution - which I hated. 

 

I was very, very skeptical going into this, and I wasn't bowled over.  I'd be willing to give it another shot, but this is an 'everyone fights Cybertronians' storyline, and it looks like the GI Joe aspect of being betrayed by their own is going to play heavily.   Add into this the fact that it looks like there's some Action Man coming in next issue, and I'm just not thrilled with this so far.   

 

 

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review 2017-08-13 02:15
Bittersweet
Transformers: Till All Are One #12 - Mairghread Scott,Sara Pitre-Durocher

This is the last issue of Till All Are One.   Which, yeah, saves me money - but it's not really worth not having more of these stories.   Scott has said she didn't really want to go on with this story, although she was offered to be able to 'shake things up.'  (This implies one of two things to me: either they thought by changing things she might want to continue, or IDW was worried about sales and figured shaking things up would bring in more subscribers.   Regardless of if these happened, or something else happened, the bottom line is that Scott didn't want to write more in this series, and she felt the story had come to a conclusion.   If she forced herself to write more, it might just mean the story weakened and this ended on a perfect high note.)

 

While Vigilem tries to take over Windblade, Starscream steps in, to Windblade's chagrin.   He doesn't have the training or abilities she has - and even she can't stop Vigilem.   Except there's more at stake than the three realize, and only Windblade's epiphany has a chance of saving everyone from Vigilem as an instrument of Liege Maximo's wrath.   

 

The revelations - about the nature of sparks, of what was done to Starscream, and what he could have been were breathtaking in it's panoramic take on Cybertronians.   It also offered Starscream a chance at a redemption, a chance he's constantly given and constantly turns away from.   (Something that might, due to this revelation, might be something forced on him through exploration since before he was created, and might be his own learned behavior: that he isn't worthy, that he will also be second best, his own insecurities fueled by constant failures further fueled by his inability to accept these redemptions that he's constantly offered.   Starscream is a vicious cycle unto himself, and it's a little heartbreaking.)

 

I do hope someone picks up Starscream and this thread and does something with it - but I'm not sure if anyone will.  I have a feeling I'll have to wait for a while, especially since the one Till All Are One Annual that we'll ever get isn't even out for pre-order.   Still, a girl can dream, because Seekers are sexy and I have a feeling I'm going to have a bit of a Starscream phase now.

 

 

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review 2017-08-13 01:44
Still loving this series
Transformers: Lost Light #8 - James Roberts,Jack Lawrence

Although I think a lot of it has a More Than Meets the Eye vibe, especially in this issue.   Not better than the previous issues, just different, even more familiar.  I loved the alternative universe, although it changed a lot of dynamics: how characters saw each other, how the action played out, some of the humor.   Revelations changed people.   Loses changed more dynamics.  

 

And perhaps losing Megatron skewed this back to feeling like the beginning of this series a bit, although arguably the addition of the femmes - Nautica, Anode, Lug, Velocity and so on - add something that MTMtE didn't have at the beginning. 

 

Then again, being in a familiar universe allows Roberts some freedom: to bring them to a planet where everything is sold and bought, even grief, and where they can have some old school, somewhat tangential adventures.   (Some are tied to finding the Knights of Cybertron and Cyberutopia.   Some of are not.   But some of the stories that were least tied to the grand finding Cyberutopia storyline were also the most fun.   I'm glad that this is not going to be non-tangential: Roberts has never been afraid of diverging from the larger plot, although he never does so without adding more to his mythos, his characterizations and doing a lot with the world and sub-plots.   Still, the AU story was fairly contained, less tangential, and this issue makes me realize how much I wanted an action/mystery based slightly tangential story, and how perfect this timing was.)

 

I love the way this series is evolving and I love what they're doing with Skids.   (And wondering if Arcee will get wind of this and do something for Sideswipe, although I think the might be a lost cause and she might accept it at this point in time.   She wouldn't have earlier, but she just might now.)

 

I'm afraid for Lotty, for Anode, for Lug, for Nautica.  I'm afraid for the rest of the crew, because things like this are never self-contained with Roberts: this will have consequences.  It might not be immediate, it might be years down the line, but it's going to happen, I won't be able to see it coming, and it's exhilarating and terrifying at the same time. 

 

And since I tweet these to him, and since he reads his reviews, I hope I don't embarrass him, but I can't think of a single author that excites me more.   It's not just the stories, it's the way I think about them, find new things in them when I reread them.  It's breathlessly waiting for the new issues.  I can't think of another author who consistently takes me on these roller coasters to the point that Roberts does.   And I think I look forward to these issues more than any other writing that comes out. 

 

Sadly, I didn't get to this issue as soon as I normally do.   Weird couple of weeks, but I did get it out before the next issue, and I read all my new comics backlog including this so I can hopefully get to issue nine immediately when it comes out!

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