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Appliance Market in Malaysia Shows Growth
The Malaysian Home Appliances market reported 1,305,631 units sold for the first half of 2008, according to research firm GfK. According to the firm, despite the recent global economic downturn pushed by soaring food prices and the rise in global oil prices, there has been a relatively strong growth...
Thailand Continues to Impose Anti-dumping Duty on Steel and Iron
On July 15, 2008, in accordance with the domestic steel company’s application, the Department of Foreign Trade within the Thailand Ministry of Commerce announced that an anti-dumping duty (AD) would be continuously imposed on steel and iron from 14 countries including Japan, South Africa, Russia, I...
GTZ Helping Developing Countries Replace HCFCs
CO2 and other natural refrigerants are viable alternatives to ozone-depleting HCFCs in developing countries, a report with contributions from experts around the world suggests. Before its official launch at an international meeting in Bangkok next month, R744.com is offering everyone a copy of this...
3 Big Projects in South East Asia Highlight Samsung DVM’s Reputation
Samsung’s renowned DVM (Digital Variable Multi) series’ popularity in the commercial building market is increasing with the announcement of 3 major projects in the South East Asia. The projects in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, Manila and Cebu City in Philippine serve once more to highlight Samsung D...
Kulthorn Receives Montreal Protocol Award
The Kulthorn Organization in Thailand has earned recognition from the Secretariat of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that deplete the Ozone Layer for its contribution to the reduction of ozone depleting substances, and was awarded the Montreal Protocol certificate. Mr. Sumeth Simakulthorn recei...
Energy Labels on ACs and Refrigerators in Singapore
According to the Singapore Environmental Protection Bureau, refrigerators and air conditioners sold in Singapore must display energy labels. Over 500 types of electric appliances have been registered with the energy label plan, of which over 3% have received 3 or 4 marks.The Environmental Protection...
Trane Thailand AC Plant Put into Operation
On March 12, 2008, Trane held a ceremony for the launching of a new plant in Thailand. With an investment of 350 million baht, the new plant has 350 employees and the annual production capacity is 500,000 units of room air conditioners (RACs) and 6-60 RT commercial ACs. It will produce 25,000 units ...
Energy Labels on ACs and Refrigerators in Singapore
According to the Singapore Environmental Protection Bureau, refrigerators and air conditioners sold in Singapore must display energy labels. Over 500 types of electric appliances have been registered with the energy label plan, of which over 3% have received 3 or 4 marks.The Environmental Protection...
Trane Contributes to World- Class Environmental Sustainability in Singapore
Energy Efficiency Seminar showcases best- practices in energy efficient buildings. On June 29 in Singapore, Trane, a leading global provider of HVAC systems, services and solutions, hosted a highly informative Energy Efficiency Seminar with the attendance of over 100 distinguished speakers and gues.../images/up/News/200832110204994812.jpg
Bangkok RHVAC 2007
Bangkok RHVAC was held at the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Center (BITEC), in Thailand, from September 12 -16, under the sponsorship of the Department of Export Promotion. At the opening ceremony, Ms. Oranuj Osatananda, DeputyCommerce Minister, appeared. “As air-conditioning and coolin...
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