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Flexco Introduces Food Grade Belt Cleaner With Dual Durometer Blades At Mobac Show 2017

21 Feb 17 ,  Technology
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OSAKA (9 February 2017) – Flexco, the world’s leading light-duty endless splicing and fastener solutions provider, will be participating at MOBAC SHOW 2017 in Osaka, Japan from February 22 to 25, to showcase an array of innovative conveyor solutions for bakery processing, including FGP Food Grade Precleaner with the dual durometer blade and Novitool® Aero® Press with enhanced features.

Policy & Regulation
  • Aviation: Commission updates the EU air safety list

    11 Dec 15 ,  Policy & Regulation
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    The European Commission has today updated the EU Air Safety List, the list of airlines that are subject to an operating ban or operational restrictions within the European Union. The update clears Kazakh carrier Air Astana, but adds Iraqi Airways.

    The European Commission has today updated the EU Air Safety List, the list of airlines that are subject to an operating ban or operational restrictions within the European Union. The update clears Kazakh carrier Air Astana, but adds Iraqi Airways.

  • Eco-car Projects to Spur Demand for Thai Automotive Parts and Components

    06 Feb 15 ,  Policy & Regulation
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    The future already has arrived to Thailand and it is being built. With an increasing global focus on environmental protection, the vision of lower-emission vehicles has become a reality. In many countries, eco-cars are found on the road and changing how people view their use of automobiles in a world that is more environmentally conscious. The defining feature of eco-cars is that it releases less harmful contaminants into the atmosphere, when compared to a vehicle that runs on a conventional internal combustion engine, or uses certain alternative fuels, such as biodiesel, ethanol, hydrogen, or propane.

    The future already has arrived to Thailand and it is being built. With an increasing global focus on environmental protection, the vision of lower-emission vehicles has become a reality. In many countries, eco-cars are found on the road and changing how people view their use of automobiles in a world that is more environmentally conscious. The defining feature of eco-cars is that it releases less harmful contaminants into the atmosphere, when compared to a vehicle that runs on a conventional internal combustion engine, or uses certain alternative fuels, such as biodiesel, ethanol, hydrogen, or propane.

  • New Policies Unveiled to Investors

    05 Feb 15 ,  Policy & Regulation
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    The Board of Investment held a seminar "New Investment Promotion Strategies: Towards Sustainable Growth" on 15 December 2014, in the Grand Diamond Ballroom at Impact, Muang Thong Thani, to provide a dialogue with investors that would explain the recently adopted BOI investment policy and answer any questions that investors might have.

    The Board of Investment held a seminar "New Investment Promotion Strategies: Towards Sustainable Growth" on 15 December 2014, in the Grand Diamond Ballroom at Impact, Muang Thong Thani, to provide a dialogue with investors that would explain the recently adopted BOI investment policy and answer any questions that investors might have.

  • Announcement of Tug Boat’s Fuel Surcharge

    25 Dec 14 ,  Policy & Regulation
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    According to the announcement from the Port Authority of Thailand, there are new transactions for the fuel of the tug boat at both Bangkok Port and Laem Chabang Port (no vat). These new transactions will be activated on 1st January 2015;

    According to the announcement from the Port Authority of Thailand, there are new transactions for the fuel of the tug boat at both Bangkok Port and Laem Chabang Port (no vat). These new transactions will be activated on 1st January 2015;

  • Police may close some city traffic checkpoints

    08 May 13 ,  Policy & Regulation
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    Police might close checkpoints on some roads in Bangkok if they receive too many complaints they are adding to the congestion on the capital's roads, the Traffic Police Division chief said on Tuesday.

  • Government body unveils skills strategy to increase UK competitiveness

    31 May 12 ,  Policy & Regulation
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    Skills for Logistics (SfL), the skills council for the British logistics and wholesaling industries, has unveiled its strategy for increasing the competitiveness of UK PLC.

  • Europe and US edge forward on air cargo security

    18 Apr 12 ,  Policy & Regulation
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    Europe’s leading air cargo carriers, represented by the Association of European Airlines (AEA), are urging US regulators to accept European security standards and reach a mutual recognition agreement.

  • Thai flyers get fast track

    06 Apr 12 ,  Policy & Regulation
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    Autochannel, a new automated passport control for locals, is expected to speed up immigration lines at Suvarnabhumi and allow better allocation of officers.

  • Port of Los Angeles in line for major investment

    06 Apr 12 ,  Policy & Regulation
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    Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has unveiled the city’s Regional Export Plan, which has ambitions to double exports by 2015.

  • Warning on commodity codes

    05 Apr 12 ,  Policy & Regulation
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    Businesses risk heavy fines or the confiscation of their consignments if goods which they are importing or exporting are not correctly identified, a shipping expert has warned.