Two XCMG XTR260 tunnel boring machines were used to help complete the Republic of Montenegro's 2-year long Jabuka tunnel project, a section of that country's first north-south highway -- on August 26.
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Hong Kong based AP Rentals Holdings Limited, an equipment rental-related solutions provider, is moving to capitalize on the business opportunities presented by China's "Belt and Road" initiative by expanding into the Singapore market with a new wholly-owned subsidiary.
A new tracking tool, Me-MAMORIO, was just introduced by MAMORIO, Inc. and Eisai Co., Ltd. to support people with dementia and senior going out. It was launched in Japan on September 13.
ReneSola Ltd, a fully-integrated solar project developer and provider of energy-efficient products based in Shanghai, China, has agreed to sell a portfolio of its ground-mounted projects located in North Carolina to a subsidiary of Panda Green Energy Group Limited.
Boeing, world's largest aerospace company based in Chicago, Illinois, and Malaysia Airlines Berhad (Malaysia Airlines) signed a Memorandum of Understanding for 16 airplanes during a ceremony at the St. Regis Hotel in Washington D.C
On September 14, Indonesia was approved by the Asian Development Bank for two loans totaling up to $1.1 billion to strengthen and diversify the country's energy sector
Scudera Toro Rosso, based in Faenza, Italy, and Honda of Japan just announced that Honda will supply power units to the one works team to be formed with Toro Rosso, for the 2018 season of the FIA Formula One World Championship.
China Telecom Global Limited (CTG) has selected Versa Networks, a global provider of software-based networking and security solutions, based in Santa Clara, California) as its primary vendor for software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) and security (SD-Security) for its global customer base.
A new Indian research study, just published in the Malaysia-based Petanika Journal of Science and Technology, shows that IoT-linked 'smart mirrors" which offer suggestions for what clothes to try on have great potential to add sales and accelerate the shopping process.
Singapore-based Sinar Mas Cespa just opened its first oleochemicals plant in Indonesia, a state-of-the-art facility which cost an estimated EUR 300 million, invested over a period of 2 years.
Furukawa Electric Company (Furukawa Electric) of Japan recently announced plans to nearly double its 2016 optical fiber manufacturing capacity by 2019 and to increase its optical fiber cable manufacturing capacity as well, thereby creating over 400 jobs over the next two years. This will primarily impact its OFS wholly-owned subsidiary in Georgia.
The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Board approved the Metro Manila Subway Project (MMSP) and four new “flagship” projects. To be financed through Official Development Assistance from Japan, the project will begin construction early next year.
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Ltd., (MHPS), in cooperation with other companies from its group in Africa and Europe, just delivered the first boiler for the Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd. Kusile Power Station, currently under construction in South Africa.
APEC member economies' small business government representatives are working to opitimize conditions for Asia-Pacific startup growth, as digital advances open up new business and trade opportunities within the technology sector.
Metal One Corporation, a Japan-based steel products trader, has acquired the U.S. metals business from Cargill, Inc., a global corporation based in Minnesota.
Globe Telecom, a full service telecommunications company in the Philippines, has selected Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. based in Petah Tikva, Israel to enable accelerated deployment for the mobile operator’s rapid network expansion throughout the Philippines.
South Africa's Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) will be leading a trade group to represent the country at the 17th Annual China Mining Congress and Expo that will be held at the Tianjin Meijiang Convention Centre in China from 23-25 September 2017.
Africa Energy Corporation of Vancouver, British Columbia, has just acquired a minority interest in a subsidiary of Australia-based Pancontinental Oil & Gas N.L., which happens to hold a 30% interest in an important Petroleum Exploration License offshore the Republic of Namibia.
A research collaboration between Hunan University and China Carbon Graphite Group, Inc., a producer involved in the research and development, production and sales of graphene and graphene oxide, just announced the team has successfully demonstrated pilot scale production of high quality graphene oxide.
Starting on October 1, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Meiki Engines Co., Ltd. (MHIM) will be formed as a spinoff from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI). It will focus on its small-scale air-cooled gasoline engine business.
Mongolia's economic growth rate of 5.3 percent has been the envy of many other economies. Its accomplishment unfortunately happened with coal being the primary source of energy and the country has suffered major environmental degradation as a result. A recent summit held in its capital sought ways to climb out of its pollution problems.
Pool Safe Inc., a company in Ontario that produces swimming pool safety equipment, has signed a distribution agreement with Saudi Arabia-based financial firm Alawwal Properties Corp.
Guam-based Black Construction Corporation is constructing an insulated, pre-engineered, single-story metal building on Wake Island, a coral atoll in the western Pacific Ocean.
Human Rights Watch and 66 other national, regional, and international NGOs (nongovernmental organizations) are demanding the United Nations Human Rights Council conduct an immediate inquiry into abuses happening right now in Yemen.
Metro Mining Limited, an Australian exploration and mining company, has awarded SAB Mining the mining contract for the operation of Australia's Bauxite Hills Mine.