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808 Announces Trike Delivery Begins and New Marketing Campaigns

Bradenton, Florida, December 02, 2021 – McapMediaWire – 808 Renewable Energy Corporation (OTC Pink: RNWR) (“808” or the “Company”), today announces that the Company has launched its new marketing campaigns and started delivery of its electric reverse-trike vehicles and electric mopeds.

Electric Reverse-Trike Vehicles & Electric Mopeds

Electric Reverse-Trike Vehicles & Electric Mopeds

According to Mr. David Chen, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, “we are very excited about this new milestone, and we are gearing up to a new level of marketing and sales campaigns for 2022. We just finished our debut at The Florida Mall in Orlando, the Deland Air Show and IAAPA Expo over the past three weeks, and we are going to exhibit our product lines at the Central Florida International Auto Show starting December 3rd this week. We will be exhibiting our product lines aggressively and try to create maximum exposure on the market in 2022. As our Orca is currently the only electric reverse-trike pocket-rocket product available on the market today, we are confident we will have a very nice year in 2022. We have been moving at lightning speed towards our goals, and we are very excited about the bright future and growth potential of our company.”

Company will soon offer its other recreational products, such as UTV, golf carts, go karts, electric mountain bikes, golf trikes and others.

Electric Reverse-Trike Vehicles & Electric Mopeds

Electric Reverse-Trike Vehicles & Electric Mopeds

Here is a recent video of our most recent development on YouTube:

Forward-Looking Statements:

Certain statements in this news release may contain forward-looking information within the meaning of Rule 175 under the Securities Act of 1933 and Rule 3b-6 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and are subject to the safe harbour created by those rules. All statements, other than statements of fact, included in this release, including, without limitation, statements using the words “hope,” “anticipate,” “may” and statements regarding the potential growth of the Company,  and future plans and objectives of the Company and SilverLight, are forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements.  Technical complications, which may arise, could prevent the prompt implementation of any strategically significant plan(s) outlined above. The Company undertakes no duty to revise or update any forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this release.

Electric Reverse-Trike Vehicles & Electric Mopeds

Electric Reverse-Trike Vehicles & Electric Mopeds

SilverLight International Group

SilverLight Aviation, LLC is an American aircraft manufacturer based in Zephyrhills, Florida, specialising in the design and manufacture of gyroplane or autogyro aircraft in the form of kits or ready to fly aircraft. SilverLight Electric Vehicles Inc. is the electric reverse-trike vehicle division which is based in Lakewood Ranch, Florida.

Investor Contact:

Contact: David Chen, President
Tel: (631) 397-1111
Email: [email protected]

AV Division: https://silverlightaviation.com/

EV Divisio: https://silverlightev.com/

Hacks To Help Your Manufacturing Business: Improve Performance

Running a manufacturing business is not easy, it takes a lot of planning and time to establish such a company, not to mention to grow it. Many businesses fail soon after being started, and for mistakes that could’ve been avoided! Improving performance, saving money and time is essential for such a business to blossom! So here are some hacks to help your manufacturing business get the right performance improvement it needs!

Look at the current workflow

Before you start changing things in your business, you need to observe the current state and see what works and what doesn’t so you know what to improve! This can be tricky, things might seem perfect on the surface, but there is always room for improvements – so you need to do a little hypothesising and imagine how things can be better. This is a solid and safe plan, as you can create multiple work plans before jumping into them – find the one that will work best! It’s all about making things easier and faster, so your business can grow without any setbacks! There is no need to rush into things, but going with the same business plan might not lead you to the success you’ve envisioned – so change might be necessary!

Hire the right people

Starting a company is like building a house, by building a solid foundation you can ensure the success of the whole construction. So hiring the right people is like building a solid foundation for your business. Skilled and hardworking people who are willing to evolve, can truly do a lot for your company, especially when it comes to manufacturing. Multiple branches and teams of employees come together to work and maintain the business, so hiring the right people for that is key! Every business should strive to gather the best people possible and to improve the overall performance by having them there, even hiring remote workers can do wonders for your performance so keep that in mind!

Train your employees

After you’ve hired a lot of skilled and well-equipped people, you need to train them well so that they can work their jobs properly. Manufacturing businesses rely on skill and expertise, most of the time employees will have to work with machinery so giving them the proper training is important! This is crucial if someone is coming with no prior background, they need to learn how to do the job, stay safe in the workplace, and just excel in their work! It can be pretty irresponsible and dangerous to not have your employees go through basic training, and it can cause your business to lack efficiency, which is definitely not good!

Use the right tools

Nowadays there are so many useful tools that can be used to improve the performance in a company, making things way easier and faster! In most cases, it has to do with modernising certain things due to technological advancements – why work hard, when you can let the machine do the hard work for you! Useful software can actually improve and transform the overall equipment efficiency by making things precise and easy to handle. Adding these kinds of improvements to your company is necessary, not only is it normal to follow technological advancements, but it’s also more efficient this way. Instead of working hard, the manufacturing business needs to work smart in order to reach success without a lot of energy and time lost!

Prioritise organisation

Manufacturing companies are usually large, so working with such large-scale businesses can be rather hectic. Time management, resources, labour, production – everything needs to work in order, if one suffers a setback everything else suffers as well. Focusing on a better organisation is always good, it automatically boosts the performance by making things run smoothly! It can be a bit tricky, and seem like a lot of work – but it’s crucial for your long-term goals and expectations. In order to reach success, you have to have a clear vision of how to get there in the first place! So prioritising organisation and having control over the workflow should be taken seriously!

Set goals

There is a reason why setting goals is so beneficial, you have something to look forward to and something to look at as a reference for your success. Short-term goals are just as important as big, long-term ones, this applies to many branches of the industry and they can boost the performance! It’s also important to have realistic expectations, it’s better to be steady and safe than to risk losing both money and time. Small-term goals are there to minimise these losses and to monitor where the business is going! It’s good to aim high and to be enthusiastic, but being realistic is what will bring you success in the long run!

Prevention is key

Why wait till you have a big problem at hand, while you can prevent it from happening in the first place. Maintenance is key if you want to preserve your manufacturing business and keep it successful – unfortunately, a lot of things can go wrong here so you need to be prepared! If you notice that a certain problem is brewing, don’t wait till it escalates out of control, but rather try to solve it right away! This can be both technical and financial. But it can also apply to your employees and teamwork as well, if there is an issue, never sweep it under the rug. This can help avoid any setbacks and financial problems along the way!

Continue evolving

Your job doesn’t stop once you’ve improved your company, there should always be a need for further evolving and growing as a business. New trends and ways of doing things will come, so staying up to date and adapting is really going to increase the performance in the long run!

At the end of the day, every business should focus on improving their performance, putting every branch in the spotlight – if one aspect of the industry is lacking, the rest will soon follow! So being able to build everything at the same time can do wonders for your industry – making sure that all aspects of the business are standing strong will surely help with reaching success faster!

What Is Predictive Maintenance, And What Can It Do For Your Business?

Traditionally, professionals who deal with maintenance in their manufacturing facilities have combined different techniques to optimise all maintenance tasks. These included both qualitative techniques and were used to predict possible failures and mitigate downtime in their manufacturing facilities. However, there is a tool that can help optimise tasks in real-time. This tool is called predictive maintenance. If you were wondering what this technique is, and how it can be used, you have come to the right place. In this article, you will find a detailed explanation of predictive maintenance and its uses in the business world.

What exactly is predictive maintenance?

Predictive maintenance represents an amazing maintenance strategy that can allow you to prevent breakdowns. It is the most advanced approach that exists today when it comes to managing maintenance within process plants. The way you can look at it is as a subset of predictive analytics. This strategy uses AI/ML, the Internet of Things, as well as big data. The goal is to monitor all of the equipment and check for part failure. There are, of course, different predictive maintenance techniques you can use. You just have to choose the one that best suits your business’s needs.

How does it work?

In theory, predictive maintenance is quite simple. The way it works is by gathering data about all your assets, and from there on, it can extract information that can allow you to calculate when exactly you need to perform maintenance. When it comes to practice, predictive maintenance can be divided into three stages: data collection, data mining and calculations, and machine learning.

Data collection

As mentioned above, the goal of predictive maintenance is predicting the breakdowns that might occur. And to be able to do so, this system uses sensors that can collect information in real-time. That is, you can track the performance of your equipment live. Of course, these sensors can detect different types of data, and it all depends on the techniques you intend to use in the monitoring process. You can control anything from pressure and temperature to vibration, noise level, and corrosion level.

Data mining

If you only accumulate data but do not know how to exploit them, you will not be able to predict any failures that might occur. This is where the Internet of Things, mentioned above, comes into play. This tool allows the sensors to send all collected information to the central system or software that analyses the data and allows you to see what is going on. In systems where the various assets are integrated, using predictive maintenance is very effective.

Calculations and machine learning

If you can only act when sensors detect anomalies, it is predicting the failures, but just detecting already existing ones. Fortunately, predictive maintenance can be used to build and apply algorithms that give you sort of a prognosis of breakdowns that might occur. First, it is usually based on maintenance logs, statistics, and equipment history. But, further on, artificial intelligence can detect anomalies early, find the right correlations and give you intelligent suggestions that can help you prevent failure.

Which businesses can benefit from predictive maintenance?

This amazing tool can bring benefits to various types of businesses. But, it might be the most popular amongst process manufacturing companies, as they have numerous interconnected moving parts, and practically every part of the equipment is vital. Some of these industries are oil and gas industries, refineries, chemical processing plants, cement plants, as well as pharmaceutical industries. But, no matter what kind of business you might have, if you need any failure prediction tools, you can use predictive maintenance for sure.

How predictive maintenance can benefit your business

If you have a manufacturing company of any kind, using predictive maintenance is a much better idea than using reactive or preventive maintenance. As in any manufacturing business, each plant has many pieces of equipment, and all of them need to perform correctly if you want the production to go smoothly. However, if there are any possible mistakes in any of them, predictive maintenance will allow you to act on time and avoid bigger failures. This is especially useful in those cases when a really expensive part of equipment might be affected. But, when you catch the problem while it is small, it will be a lot easier and less expensive to repair.

The reason why you can do this is that the predictive maintenance system will give you an early condition warning. From there on, you can move the relevant piece of equipment to the top of your maintenance management schedule. They will be able to repair or replace the problematic part, and prevent your business from facing huge expenses.

Examples of application:

Motor circuit analysis

This type of analysis uses a technique called electronic signature analysis. It can be applied to assess engine degradation, to scan for short-circuits, as well as insulation and gears. Besides analysing the circuit and the components that belong to it, it can evaluate the voltage as well as the current that enters the motor. Of course, this type of analysis can work on both DC and AC motors and can operate even when the equipment is running.

Acoustic analysis

Acoustic analysis can be used to detect any issues in a machine’s technical performance. The way it works is by detecting changes in the sound frequencies. As every machine makes at least some sort of noise, the changes in its frequency can signal that there is some sort of issue. For example, it can signal that there is a leak or a pressure change somewhere. This technique is most popular in applications for air compressors, pipes and plumbing, fans, and vacuum systems.

Oil analysis

When it comes to oils in manufacturing systems, it is very important to test their viscosity, as well as the amount of water and amount of metals present in them, etc. This is why oil analysis is so important. For instance, in a hydraulic system, it is crucial to check for the by-products of overheating and erosion that can occur as the system ages. Some other applications include turbines, evaluation of engines, and lubricant levels.

Predictive maintenance is an amazing tool that you can use no matter what kind of manufacturing business you might have. It can allow you to see earlier if any breakdowns are going to happen and therefore save your business tons of money.

Challenges remain for Industrials, but calculus shifts

Disruption arising from COVID-19 has accelerated trends already apparent in the industrials market – particularly digitalisation and trade volatility – and transformation has gone from a “nice to have” to a necessity, according to the latest findings from Baker McKenzie. The law firm surveyed 700 company leaders in six industrial sub-sectors in early 2020, and again at the end of the year after the pandemic had taken hold of the global economy.

Interviews with sector leaders highlighted renewed action and energy, with companies looking to acquire technology and reimagine systems, networks and services to thrive in future. A License to be Bold: Transforming Industrials covers four areas of focus: adapting to the new market; digitalising for growth; disruption-proofing supply chains; and sustainability.

Nikolaus Reinhuber, Global Chair of Baker McKenzie’s Industrials, Manufacturing and Transportation industry group says, “Our findings show that disruption arising from COVID-19 has accelerated trends already apparent in the market –– particularly digitalisation, trade volatility and the importance of sustainability –– and transformation has gone from “nice to have” to necessity. There is a significant imperative to change, with greater stakeholder buy in and long-term viability outweighing short-term performance.

“Those organisations that meet disruption with a bold and innovative vision and execute effectively on it, will be best placed to adapt and grow over the coming decades. The industry has an imperative to change and a new license to be bold –– the stage is set for transformation.”

A License to be Bold: Transforming Industrials

Hogan Lovells advises McCormick & Company on US$1bn debt offering

Global law firm Hogan Lovells advised McCormick & Company, Inc. (McCormick) on an aggregate of US$1bn of new debt issuances.

McCormick, which manufactures, markets and distributes spices, seasoning mixes, condiments and other flavourful products to the entire food industry, offered and sold US$500m aggregate principal amount of 0.900% notes due 2026, and US$500m aggregate principal amount of 1.850% notes due 2031.

The Hogan Lovells team advising McCormick was led by capital markets partners Alex Bahn (Washington DC; Philadelphia) and Eve Howard (Washington DC), tax partner Scott Lilienthal (Washington DC), capital markets senior associate Phillip Schuster (New York), corporate associate Sarah Branch (Washington DC), and tax senior associate Caitlin Piper (Washington DC).

The Hogan Lovells U.S. capital markets team regularly advises clients on complex and high-value offerings of debt, equity, and hybrid securities. Our issuer clients include some of the most recognisable corporate names in America. We are able to structure and execute capital markets transactions in order to maximise client goals, including developing innovative transactional structures.

Scottish manufacturing excellence and innovation recognised

Nominations are open for a national award to recognise excellence and innovation in Scotland’s manufacturing sector, the First Minister has announced.

The First Minister’s Award for Manufacturing Leadership celebrates competitive and innovative manufacturing companies who champion fair work and invest in the skills and wellbeing of their employees.

The winning company will receive:

  • a physical award designed by students on Skills Development Scotland’s Engineering: Design and Manufacture Graduate Apprenticeships programme
  • two places, together worth £2,500, on a delegation arranged by the Scottish Manufacturing Advisory Service (SMAS) of industry leaders visiting an overseas advanced manufacturing site
  • one year of free enterprise membership of Scotland House in London which gives access to meeting rooms, event spaces and exclusive networking events

The Scottish Government is supporting advancement in manufacturing including the £65 million National Manufacturing Institute Scotland, up to £14 million investment through the Advancing Manufacturing Challenge Fund, and the £39 million Glasgow City Regions City Deal project to develop the essential infrastructure needed for the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland.

The First Minister said: “Scotland has a long and proud tradition in manufacturing, a highly productive and dynamic sector of our economy. We are also committed to inclusive growth that combines increased prosperity with greater equality, opportunity and fairness.

“A thriving manufacturing sector is crucial to Scotland’s economic future, so the Scottish Government wants to celebrate the companies who lead the way in their commitment to innovation and excellence whilst investing in the skills and wellbeing of their employees.

“I look forward to seeing the great work being done by our many exemplary manufacturing companies who go the extra mile to champion fair work and inclusivity.”

The winner will be announced at the Scottish Manufacturing Advisory Service’s National Manufacturing Conference on 26 May, 2020.