Atlanta, GA-based Envista Forensics, a major provider of forensic engineering and consulting services to the insurance and legal industries, is expanding its international operations with the opening of a new office in Sydney, Australia.
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Ballard Power Systems has signed a strategic agreement with Zhogshan Broad-Ocean Motor Co., Ltd. (wwww.broad-ocean.com/en/index.html) to transfer technology, license, and arrange supply for the assembly and sale of FCveloCity® 30-kilowatt (kW) and 85kW fuel cell engines in China.
Global Sports Commerce and its affiliate Techfront International recently received funding to allow their planned acquisitions of Screencorp in Australia and Oled & Carnegie in New Zealand.
In 2016, 64,748 new businesses were launched in Singapore, only 0.1% less than the previous year. That is considered good news overall, considering the sagging global economy. More interesting still is that it was a positive increase year for foreign individuals looking to start businesses in the country.
The newest in the International Monetary Fund's global network of regional centers was opened last week in New Delhi on February 13. It will be called SARTTAC, the South Asia Training and Technical Assistance Center.
Honeywell, a New Jersey-based provider of consumer products, engineering services and aerospace systems, has been awarded a multi-million dollar, multi-year contract to provide its services at Singapore Changi Airport, Southeast Asia’s busiest hub.
Frogtech Geoscience of Australia just released an extensive study of the hydrocarbon exploration opportunities in the South China Sea and the Gulf of Thailand. Its conclusions suggest new regions which are ripe for active oil exploration.
More than 400,000 elementary and secondary schools in China were close to closure in the last twenty years, mostly related to remote locations and lack of educational resources. That situation has radically turned around, thanks in a large part to relying on online training technology.
Fujitsu has completed an unusual experiment to assist with irrigation management. The two successful field trials, which involve digital water level scales in the fields and a connected smartphone application, were conducted in the Taungoo region of Myanmar from late 2016 to January 31, 2017.
The rural cooking stove might seem an unlikely target for major innovation in the Himalayan region. But with dependence on wood for firewood, the decline of forests and increasing indoor air pollution made it an excellent place to do something different.
A major delegation recently traveled from China to the U.S. to find business partners to help accelerate financial innovation and effective capitalization in general for China's educational Industry, plus to find better ways to integrate Chinese education with advanced international educational standards.
Bright Pattern, a California-based cloud contact center software company, just added a local 'cloud point of presence' to better serve its customer base in Japan.
Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology Co., Ltd. a major manufacturer of high-tech equipment for the engineering and agricultural industries, has signed a strategic partnershp agreement with Guangxi Yuchai Machinery Company Limited, to create engines for Zoomlion's agricultural equipment product lines.
New South Wales' NSW Telco Authority Critical Communication Enhancement Program (CCEP) has contracted for a three-year period with NEC Australia to supply wireless backhual technology, professional services, network management systems and ongoing support.
Flowserve Corporation, fluid motion and control products and services provider based in Texas, has received an order close to $80 million to provide pumps and ebulators for the Hengli Integrated Refining Complex Project in China.
First Solar, a solar power products manufacturer based in Arizona, is supplying 63 megawatts (MW) of advanced thin-film photovoltaic (PV) modules for the Kidston Phase One Solar Project in Queensland, Australia.
The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics may be five years away but much is happening to get ready for it. As one example, the owner of Thaiwoo Ski Resort, one China's future biggest ski resorts and one of the planned Olympic sites, just signed an agreement with French ski resort expert POMA to help design and build it.
Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd., a real estate development and investment company based in Singapore, just acquired one of the largest global provider of corporate housing and serviced apartments, Oakwood Worldwide.
California-based Pasternack, a supplier of RF, microwave and millimeter wave communications products, has opened a 1500 square foot customer fulfillment center in Suzhou, China.
Cascades, a major Canadian manufacturer of packaging and tissue products using mostly recycled fiber, will be investing $11.3 million for two energy-efficiency improvement projects at its Cascades Containerboard Packaging-Cabano plant. $5.2 million will come from the province of Quebec; the company will provide the remaining $6.1 million.
Georgia-based The Weather Company, an IBM Business, and IBM Corporation itself, have just introduced a new mobile solution for communicating with underserved populations in developing countries to notify of potential severe weather events or disasters -- even in areas with limited Internet connection, or cellular networks are disrupted due to an outage.
Singapore's Superloop Network, a specialist in high-speed fibre communications networks, just announced it has installed its 30th enterprise building connected to the Company's Dark Fibre infrastructure in the country.
Korea-based Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Co. Ltd. has delivered the world's first 'purpose-built' liquefied natural gas bunkering vessel (LBV) to a consortium co-owned by Fluxys and ENGIE of Belgium, and Mitsubishi Corporation and NYK of Japan.
Yamaha Motor Company, a Japanese automotive manufacturer, has purchased Subaru Industrial Power Products, the industrial products division of Fuji Heavy Industries and later sold under the Subaru brand.
During the World Government Summit just concluded in Dubai, Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, emphasized that economic openness is critical for the continued growth of the Arab state economies.