About "Industrial products"
The PwC industrial products practice provides industry-focused assurance, tax and advisory services to companies in the aerospace & defense, business & professional services, chemicals, forest & paper, engineering & construction, industrial manufacturing, metals sectors, and transportation & logistics.
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- Industrial Products: 2013 SEC comment letter trends
12/14/13 | Industrial products
SEC comment letter trends for Industrial Products companies is an analysis of SEC staff comments to help executives understand key trends that are relevant to companies in the following Industrial Products sectors: Aerospace & Defense; Business & Professional Services; Chemicals; Engineering & Construction; Forestry, Paper & Packaging; Industrial Manufacturing; Metals; and Transportation & Logistics.
- Manufacturing Barometer - October 2013
10/15/13 | Industrial products
Company executives who responded to PwC's Manufacturing Barometer business outlook survey were positive about the world economic outlook, and they plan to increase investments in R&D and hiring.
- Tax technology: Creating a strategic asset
9/19/13 | Industrial products
How do manufacturing companies use technology in their tax functions? PwC and the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation (MAPI) surveyed more than 100 companies to uncover leading practices and challenges in applying technology to the tax function.
- Lease accounting in industrial manufacturing: Transformational change
6/27/13 | Industrial products
Proposed lease accounting changes will impact industrial manufacturing company financial and performance metrics such as EBITDA, net income, and cash flows from operations. Creating a catalog of all leasing arrangements will be help in evaluating the impact of the new standard.
- Tailwinds: Airline industry trends
6/25/13 | Industrial products
PwC is pleased to introduce Tailwinds, a new publication for airline industry executives and stakeholders. Each edition provides an overview of the state of the US airline industry, and highlights a key trend or challenge facing the industry. This edition reviews the economics of running and maintaining 50-seat regional jets and the pilot shortage.
- Assessing tax: 2013 tax rate benchmarking study for industrial products and automotive sectors
5/23/13 | Industrial products
Average global effective tax rate increases two percentage points in three years for industrial products and automotive sectors. The steady upward trend in average effective tax rates globally from 2010 (26.1 percent) to 2012 (28.3 percent) took place despite a reduction in statutory rates of corporate income tax around the world.
PodcastEngineering & construction industry podcast series: Part three
2/29/12 | Industrial products
Current lease accounting is considered to be broken, most significantly for lessees. The method is complex and the dividing line between operating and finance leases is a "bright line" rule rather than being principles-based. The new proposed lease accounting rules aim to eliminate off-balance sheet accounting. In addressing these proposed rules, PwC's Engineering & Construction practice has released a new podcast to outline recent updates relating to the FASB/IASB joint lease project as well as the business and systems implications it has on engineering and construction companies.
PodcastEngineering & Construction industry podcast series: Parts one & two
2/29/12 | Industrial products
The model for revenue recognition is changing and this may have a significant impact on the Engineering and Construction industry. In addressing these new standards, PwC's Engineering & Construction practice has developed a podcast series to outline the proposed changes in standards and help companies in the industry understand how these proposals may impact them.