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Norway’s trade with major ASEAN countries shrank in Q1/2003

Norway’s trade of traditional commodities (all commodities excluding ships and oil platforms, for exports also excluding crude oil, natural gas and condensates) with Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand in the first quarter 2003 shrank as compared to the same quarter yesteryear. Imports from Thailand however grew by 8.6 per cent.       In the first quarter…

Niras Consulting signs septic sludge treatment deal in Malaysia

Danish waste management firm Niras Consulting Engineers and Planners A/S on April 10 signed an MYR-15-million contract with Sar-Alam Indah Sdn. Bhd., a subsidiary of Weida (M) Bhd., to undertake the integration of a sludge digester or biogas plant facilities into the Matang septic sludge treatment plant in Kuching, Sarawak.      The memorandum of understanding was…

Camfil Farr to open new plant in Malaysia

Swedish clean air solution company Camfil Farr will on April 26 officially open its new factory in Ipoh, Malaysia.      Camfil Farr specializes in filters for clean air solutions and is one of the world’s leading companies in clean air technology and air filter production It’s filtration technology covers three main areas: comfort air (protecting people),…

Danida sponsors port waste management workshop in Malaysia

Danish International Development Agency (Danida) in February sponsored a regional workshop on Port Waste Management Plan held at Concorde Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, attended by delegates from 10 member countries of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN).       The workshop was aimed at encouraging discussions among ASEAN countries that would help promote regional…

Smedvig to build new tender rig in Southeast Asia

Smedvig has entered into an agreement with Malaysia Shipyard and Engineering Sdn Bnd in South Malaysia for the purpose of building a new self erecting tender rig. The new unit is scheduled for delivery in the first quarter 2004, and capital expenditure is estimated to approximately US$67 million,including the derrick equipment set.      The tender rig…

Smedvig to build new tender rig in Southeast Asia

Smedvig has entered into an agreement with Malaysia Shipyard and Engineering Sdn Bhd in South Malaysia for the purpose of building a new self erecting tender rig. The new unit is scheduled for delivery in the first quarter 2004, and capital expenditure is estimated to approximately US$ 67 million,including the derrick equipment set.      The tender…

Innovation improves service at Santa Fe

Santa Fe, EAC’s Moving & Relocation Services, has developed a web-based Tenancy Management System which give their customers easy access to information about the properties they lease to house their expatiate staff.      The new system enables both Santa Fe and its corporate customers – via any computer connected to the Internet – to access customer-specific…

Nordic Capital takes over Maersk Medical

The Swedish investment company Nordic Capital has taken over Maersk Medical, which among others production facilities in Singapore and Malaysia.      Maersk Medical is one of Denmark’s leading med-tech companies. Maersk Medical develops, produces and markets sterile single-use medical devices to the health care sector. The product portfolio includes disposable medical devices such as catheters, surgical…