Disposable plastic glove making machine

Two Layers Disposable Plastic Glove Machine
It took our company many years to research and develop this machine. As absorbed the advantages of same products at home and abroad, it is domestically initiative and full automatic plastic foam disposable glove product line. It allows to separate automatically finished products from waste materials during the production process, and delivers the qualified products based on their counting,makes the workers bag. Box and pack easily. One machine only needs one operator and can reach a speed of over  100  pieces per minute with the advantages of a long,continuous working time,high production and low labor cost. The machine also can make foam finger cots as well as all kinds of special shape plastic products according to the customer’s needs. 

2.It is suitable for all kinds of moulds, easy operation. 
 


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Main Technical Variables:
Model:
DHB2-600Layer(Line):2lines
LinesWidth of Glove making:260mm;

Length of Glove making: 280mm;
Speed of bag-making:100-140pcs/min;
Power of motor:1.5kw;
Power of electric-thermal:4kw;
Weight(kg)
1200Outline dimension(L*W*H):2800*1100*1500 mm;
Kinds of Material:HDPELDPE, PP

This machine can change design to 
Disposable Animal Obstetric Plastic Glove Machine

The Truth About Network Marketing and Can They Work?

Network marketing and multi-level marketing are some of the most talked about business models, and usually in a negative way. Why is this so?

Usually most people fail in network marketing due to the fact most people are not business owners. Most people do not want to do the things that successful business owners do. Hence the reason they do not own their own business. So when this person who has an employee mindset, jumps into a network marketing business, and struggles at the beginning, what are they going to do?

You’re right, quit. And do you think they are going to say that they were responsible for the unsuccessful attempt? Of course not, it was the business model. Network marketing and MLM’s just don’t work! That’s what the majority of people will tell you.

The truth is, yes there is a lot of shady MLM companies out there. There are also a lot of shady businesses in all industries out there too. MLM’s just get talked about more because more “everyday” people get involved with them.

So do network marketing and MLM companies actually work?

They answer is yes most do. It really depends on the product, the business model, retention rate, the company, investment etc.

What should you look for in a network marketing or MLM company?

The company should have a strong track record, been around for more than 10 years preferably. Consumable products, so cleaning, bath and body, food etc. That increases the monthly re-order rate. Low start-up cost. If the company asks for a big amount up front, just to join, it would raise my eyebrows. I would hope they have a good reason to do so, but usually not. The retention rate should be high. The higher the better. Anything over 80% is high enough to build a business in network marketing.

Those aren’t set in stone, but are really good guidelines to assess a company before joining them.

The thing with building a network marketing or MLM business is the fact that you have to work on your mindset and attitude as well. Don’t expect to sign up, tell a few friends and then start making thousands of dollars a month. Usually doesn’t work that way. You have to create a mindset that you going to get out there and network with people. Even approaching people you don’t know. Get comfortable with selling, get comfortable with communicating, get comfortable with leading.

All of these things come into play when your building any kind of business.

Good luck on your adventures!

Having Business Interruption Insurance Is Important

When you start a business, you put in a substantial sum in buying resources and office equipment, property and stock. All this, involves a fairly big amount of your money. But, the fact is that along with investments and profits, any trade has its own share of uncertainties attached to it. These risks might at times be a cause of major loss. Certain conditions like fire accidents, natural calamities may damage your industry premises or equipment and force you to close the operations momentarily.

In such situations, there is definite loss of income. But, there are certain expenses that are mandatory and have to be met. Thus, to protect your business against such perils, it is always sensible to buy a policy that covers all kinds of risks involved in your business. A cover of suitable value would serve as a shielding tool for the purpose. When a tragedy strikes, the location may be temporarily unusable. Your company will not be producing profits and may continue to incur fixed costs. For situations like this, business interruption insurance comes to assistance.

Did you know that standard property indemnity does not cover the loss of income due to the temporary closure of the trade? However, business interruption insurance can be incorporated in the property indemnity to cover this loss. There are a whole lot of things that this policy covers. To start with, it covers the revenue your company would have made all through the period your business location is unusable. Remember that this amount is determined by your historic financial records.

The policy also covers the costs and expenditure acquired by your business even though the location is out of use. Again, these fixed costs are determined by breakdown of financial records. Along with this, the policy also covers the outlay incurred in having to move and operate from a temporary location. It also covers the ‘extra expenses’ that may be incurred by keeping the location open. However, keep in mind that extra expense coverage is offered by insurers to lower business interruption costs.

The fact is that business interruption insurance is probably the most valuable coverage your business can have. Though it is easy to forget that revenue cannot be produced without a functioning business or because the business owner believes property insurance will cover all losses, but that’s a myth. After all, the property insurance only covers the physical loss or damage to the scene and contents of a business and it does not cover the loss of revenue. So, it would be a wise decision to buy this policy cover and be adequately covered.