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Thai energy SME successfully partners Danes

Early last year EnPro – an energy management system jointly developed by Energy Maintenance Service Co., Ltd. and Danish company Orbital A/S under Danida’s Private Sector Partnership Facility (PF) programme – went into commercial production. The power saving system is now used in many gas stations in Bangkok and its perimeter.      “Some forty JET and…

NordCham’s chairperson elected to EuroCham’s board 2004

Preben Hjortlund, Danish chairperson of the Nordic Chamber of Commerce Vietnam (NordCham), Hanoi Branch, was elected to the executive committee of the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham) at EuroChamber’s annual general meeting held on March 25 in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.      The new EuroCham’s executive committee comprises of one Danish, one…

Danish painter’s solo exhibition in Bangkok

Danish artist Elizabeth Rømhild will showcase her latest collection of oil-on-canvas paintings, “Bliss”, at H Gallery in Bangkok from April 5 until May 1.      The sixth solo exhibition by this Bangkok-based painter in the Thai capital features her vivid figurative works of Asian women which examine stereotypes of Oriental beauty and sensuality.      For more details…

Danish business trip to Cambodia

The Royal Danish Embassy in Bangkok will lead the first ever Danish business delegation to Cambodia on May 17 and 18, 2004. Danish Ambassador Ulrik Helweg-Larsen will himself be leading the delegation together with Commercial Counsellor Tine Hylleberg.      The trip will give participants first hand information on the developments, opportunities and challenges of doing business…

New Thai island resort eyes Scandinavian tourists

Fisherman-turn-resort owner in Prachuap Khiri Khan, the gateway province to southern Thailand, is in the midst of building his second resort on Koh Talu island, aimed at drawing high-end Scandinavian and northern European clients.      Preeda Charoenpak told Thai newspaper, The Nation, that his new 40-room, Thai-style resort was currently under construction on Sai Yai Bay…

SAS flights to Bangkok-Singapore may survive

Scandinavian Airlines may keep on flying to Bangkok and Singapore according to Mikkel Nielsen of SAS’ corporate communications office in Copenhagen.       Mikkel Nielsen confirms that “it has been rumoured” that SAS would close its route to Bangkok/Singapore if the current negotiations between the management and the staff of the airline does not bring about…