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Purfresh chosen to Extend Range and Increase Protection of Fresh Produce Shipped To and From Asia
Thursday, 15 September 2011 Purfresh, a leading provider of clean technologies that purify, protect, and preserve the global food supply chain, today announced that worldwide shippers are increasingly choosing Purfresh? Transport, an intelligent cargo protection solution, to ship grapes, stone fruit...
Small changes in energy saving can make a big difference
SAVING energy involves changing your habits and attitude but many take the simple actions that make a difference for granted. The Energy Commission, the Malaysian Electrical and Electronics Association of Malaysia (Teeam) and the Federation of Malaysian Consumers Association (Fomca) are three bodi...
Taiwan develops efficient solar module for use in windows
August 25th, 2011 ? Taiwanese researchers have developed a silicon-based thin film solar module that can be used in heat insulation windows, admitting light and still functioning efficiently as a photovoltaic cell, the Ministry of Economic Affairs said Aug. 24. ? An Industrial Technology Researc...
Singapore sets new terms for air-cond and fridge suppliers
Saturday September 3, 2011 KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian exporters and manufacturers have to comply with new standards imposed by Singapore if they want to continue selling their air-conditioners and refrigerators in the city state. The standards deal with minimum energy performance (MEPS). The manufa...
20% of air-cons, 9% of fridges don't meet energy standards: NEA
Posted: 31 August 2011 SINGAPORE: The National Environment Agency (NEA) has found that about one-fifth of air-conditioner models in Singapore do not meet the minimum energy efficiency standards, as of late August 2011. It added that nine per cent of refrigerator models are not up to the mark as we...
Taiwan’s White Goods Suppliers See Revenues Grow on Brisk AC Sales
With hot weather spurring consumer demand for air conditioners, most Taiwanese suppliers of household appliances saw their revenue grow on surging sales of such products in June. Sampo scored sales revenue of NT$ 1.0 billion in June, up 11.7% from a year earlier and hitting a singlemonth high sin...
Daikin Singapore Strengthens Ties with National Institutions
As part of an agreement to further develop a cooperative relationship in promoting training/education for air conditioning, Daikin Airconditioning (Singapore) (DSP) and the recently opened national technical/vocational post-secondary institution Institute Technical Education (ITE) College West campu.../images/up/News/20118251226495032.jpg
Manufacturing Expo with Growing Thai Economy
Thailand’s economy seems to be moving toward sustainable growth. In 2009, reflecting the political instability, real GDP shrank by 2.3%; in 2010, however, it is expected to have grown by 7.8%. According to trade statistics compiled by Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce on January 24, 2011, the total.../images/up/News/2011827101322086.jpg
Indonesia-Japan HFC-32 Partnership Targets Room Air Conditioner Market
Partnership Designed to Transform Global Markets In a path-breaking development, officials from the Indonesia Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Industry; the Japan Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI); Daikin and Panasonic, with the support of the United Nations Development Progra.../images/up/News/201191109766105.jpg
Government orders office air-con temperature set at 24°C - Malaysia
A government civil servant is seen adjusting the temperature at Nibong Tebal, in Penang, following orders by the government to set air-conditioner temperatures no lower than 24 degrees Celsius in a bid to cut electricity bills. 12th August 2011. 12th of August 2011A government servant adjusts the te.../images/up/News/201181822115842879.jpg
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