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Arla Food expanding with Lurpak Spreadable butter






The introduction of Lurpak Spreadable butter in South East Asia has significantly expanded Arla Foods markets in Singapore and Hong Kong. In Singapore, where the product was introduced five years ago, the growth has been 50 percent over the past three years.      The same trend is also seen in Malaysia and the Philippines, where the…

New Scania service company for Malaysia and Thailand






Scania trucks in Malaysia and Thailand will be serviced and maintained by a single service company following the launch last year of a common service and maintenance organisation for both countries.      “It is crucial for Malaysian and Thai bus and truck operators that they can have their vehicles promptly serviced in both countries,” explains Mr.…

Volvo to export 4000 cars within Asean in 2005






Volvo last year exported 1000 cars from Thailand to other countries within Asean either in the form of “Asean build up cars” (ABU) or “semi knocked down cars” (SKD). The expected year-end result was revealed during Volvo Thailand’s celebrations last year of the first anniversary of its inter-Asean export programme.      Volvo began as the first…

Sweden’s first virtual primary school opens






Sweden is a leading IT-nation and a longtime user of computers and software in public as well as private education. And now comes the first virtual school for Swedish children, anywhere in the world, accessible 24 hours a day every day. All communication is done over the Internet. It is called PippisHemskola and offers the…