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Postby Saltbridge » Thu Aug 26, 2021 3:37 am

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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series
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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series is an initiative of Saltbridge Sun.Com for analyzes the views and vision of some successful CEO’s. Handle a large conglomerate is not easy; therefore Saltbridge Sun.Com using face to face approach to understand vision, mission and commitment of a CEO in advancing their companies and also their leadership to navigate their entities.
Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: Exclusive interview with Dr Kennedy Lee, Chief Executive of the Legion Hospital Corporation
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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: Exclusive Interview with CEO of Paladin Cinema, Mr. John Craft
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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: Exclusive Interview with CEO of Vicacci Airlines, Mr. Pablo Vicacci
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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: Exclusive Interview with Chairman of Burgunden Diversified Industries, Mr. Jan Toft
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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: Exclusive Interview with CEO of Cirdiana Airways, Ms. Helena Schreiber
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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: Exclusive Interview with Group President & Chief Executive Officer
Bresdennian Entertainment Television & Network(BrET), Gladys Bouvier

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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: Exclusive Interview with President & Chief Executive Officer
South Seas Soda Company, Allistair Houghton

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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: CEO of Electrum Airports Authority, Max McGorky
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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: President of LegionTV, Bobby McEsten
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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: CEO of CuppaCoffee PLC, Oliver Buxon
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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: Chancellor of the Legion International University, Dr. Alistair W. Hennings
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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: CEO of the Silverport Dockyards Limited, Nora Cathlong
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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: CEO of the Rhydia Vehicle Corporation, Kiman Ahri'Zun
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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: CEO of the Chase & Company Inc., Chase McClure
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Saltbridge Sun’s CEO Interview Series: CEO of the SaltAIR, Christina Margaret Avila
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Saltbridge Sun’s Diplomatic Interview Series
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Diplomatic was a interesting and tricky issue. Peace and war are parts of the playground. Therefore, we in SaltbridgeSun.com try to get more inside about diplomatic arena. Saltbridge Sun’s Diplomatic Interview Series was our tools to dig more about that issue.
Saltbridge Sun’s Diplomatic Interview Series: Exclusive Interview with Sir Nigel Cochrane-Dyet, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Recon Empire
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Saltbridge Sun’s Diplomatic Interview Series: Exclusive Interview with Ambassador Xavier Tucker, Bresdennian Mission to Saltbridge
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Saltbridge Sun’s Diplomatic Interview Series: Exclusive Interview with Prime Minister Mike Kearney of The United Republic of Lolomz
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Saltbridge Sun’s Diplomatic Interview Series: Exclusive Interview with Minister of Foreign Affairs Pierre Joseph of The Anime Reality Empire of Flardania
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Saltbridge Sun’s Diplomatic Interview Series: Exclusive Interview with Chief Commissioner of the Imperial Anti-Corruption Commission Justinian Fredorus of The Empire of Insectae
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Postby Saltbridge » Sat Aug 28, 2021 1:49 am

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Angela McAdams elected as new Saltbridge President

The Presidential candidates, Angela McAdams and her running-mate, Dr. Arthur Goodspeed of the Union Voice Party won the Saltbridge general election for the 2021-2026 term defeating the current government held by President Lucas Margarito Blend from Democracy United Party. The result of the vote was in favor of Union Voice by 36.67% and allowed President McAdams to form a cabinet. Her cabinet consists of;
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President, Angela McAdams
Vice President, Dr. Arthur Goodspeed
Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Orlando Glendower
Secretary of Domestic Affair, Dr. Thurion Faulconbridge
Secretary of Defense, Valeria Starveling
Secretary of Treasury & Communication, Alarbus Hastings
Secretary of Trade, Employment & Industry, Hugh La Pucelle
Secretary of Energy, Environmental & Transport, Rosalind Stanley
Secretary of Foods, Fisheries & Agrarian, Brandon Bardolph
Secretary of Oils, Mining & Natural Resources, Dr. Polixenes Vernon
Secretary of Education, Health & Welfare, Dr. Maria von Copeley
Secretary of Youth, Sport & Women Affair, Dr. Cressida Glendower

Meanwhile, the Democracy United Party still controlled three provinces, South Bemwine, Belasfirth, and Sagemore, and managed to appoint Governors from their party, and the Progressive People formed governments in the two provinces. Democracy United Party also still controls 40% of 30 cities and managed to appoint a mayor from their party followed by another 40% won by the Progressive People party, Union Voice was only able to win 6 cities (20%) to form local government there, as well as appoint a Mayor from their party.

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  • Former Chief of Navy, Admiral (ret.) Rodney Waylon Langenbach appointed as Director-General, Saltbridge Counter-Terrorist Organization (SECTOR)
  • Democracy United Party still control the Senate with 41.67%, appointed veteran, Senator Pale as new Speaker
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Postby Saltbridge » Sun Aug 29, 2021 3:13 am

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Former Director of Defense Intelligence Reveals “Meeting” of Local Political Leaders and Their Foreign Allies


The intelligence of the Saltian Armed Forces has solid information and evidence about the actions of some politicians in this country who often hold meetings with influential parties abroad.

Former Director-General of Defense Intelligence, Lieutenant General (ret.) Darren Tell, who made the disclosure, said the local politicians also received "help and moral support" from the foreign parties.

Speaking in a special interview with the local newspaper, Saltbridge Sun, he, however, refused to reveal the identities of the local politicians involved in the "activity". "I want to say it's solid. That's enough, needless to say. It's just clear that when he was in some countries, we also did monitoring. Who he met and so on. But we don't know what is being discussed. "

"But there are meetings with some people who have their moral support from abroad," he said in the interview. Tell said the military intelligence had strong information and evidence about the meeting from the date of the meeting, the location, and the identity of the political leader involved who held the meeting with the foreign party. "When he was in several countries, we did monitoring. Who he met and so on. But we don't know what is being discussed. But there are meetings with some people who get moral support from abroad, "he said.

According to him, who served in the armed forces from 1970 to 2018, the involvement of outside parties, especially in the elections in Saltbridge, is more useful to provide assistance to parties in the country. However, he said, his party had no evidence that the aid was handed over directly (to internal parties), but information obtained by military intelligence showed that several organizations in the nearby countries had played a role. “… We only get information that some leaders in this country, are very keen to continue their position and strength in politics. They are also given moral support. ”

“That is clear, through the actions of (some political leaders) who often meet with influential parties abroad. That information we got (about the meeting), ”said the former Director of Defense Intelligence.
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Postby Saltbridge » Mon Aug 30, 2021 5:42 pm

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Climate change, the country is threatened


CLIMATE CHANGE refers to long-term changes in climate that occur decades, centuries or longer. Scientists have found that climate change is caused by an increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere as a result of human activities, especially the burning of fossil fuels such as coal and petroleum. The fact is, climate change not only puts pressure on the environment, but also affects the economy, society and politics. Thus, in the Sustainable Development Goal 2030, 'Climate Action' which is the 13th sustainable development goal recommends immediate action to combat climate change and its adverse effects.

Scientists warn the effects of climate change are now getting worse with various natural disasters occurring more frequently bringing far more serious catastrophes than ever before. The 21st century has seen many natural disasters and the effects of global climate change have also contributed to more severe hurricanes, unusually heavy rains, and extreme heat. Disasters caused by climate change and environmental degradation have deviated from normal and are now increasing in intensity, frequency, and complexity and over an uncertain period of time.

The Global Disaster Report 2019 revealed that disasters are now more difficult to determine the type, location, or area for preparations to be held before facing them. Saltbridge is also not immune to the physical and transitional risks of climate change. The effects have been and are being experienced by the country. The Saltian Meteorological Department confirmed that the effects of climate change have occurred in Saltbridge with the average temperature in East Saltbridge has increased 2.4 degrees Celsius in 100 years. The increasing intensity and frequency of climate-related events result in physical risks and liabilities to the national economy. In the past two decades, Saltbridge has experienced more than 50 natural disasters that have affected the lives of more than three million people, including forced displacement as well as injuries and deaths.

The frequency and severity of major floods and droughts, for example, have severely affected the source of income, especially for the population involved in the agricultural sector. Recorded between 1998 to 2018, the Saltian economy has suffered S8 billion in damage as a result of this disaster. In the period 1998 to 2015, the phenomenon occurred more frequently, that is once every three years, regardless of whether it occurred in weak, moderate, or strong conditions, causing Saltbridge to experience extremely hot weather. According to records, Saltbridge faced this phenomenon 12 times from 1951 to 1998. The years 1982, 1988, and 1997 were the worst records ever experienced by Saltbridge resulting in water rationing, haze, crop destruction, and pollution.

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  • Former NASDIR DG, Rickey Jaxkson Bell urges the government to investigate Lt. General Tell disclosure
  • Democracy United Party elected former VP, Felipe Abe Driessen as their new Secretary General
  • Former President, Lucas Margarito Blend has been investigating for various allegations of corruption and abuse of power during his tenure as President
  • Former Secretary of Oils, Mining & Natural Resources, Mr. Sammy Vanesa Howie appointed as Charman of Globus Petroleum Holding
  • Senator James Andrian Pale (FT1/ DUP) disputed the agreement of the government’s taken to lease Sunclay Island to a foreign country, the same support was voiced by Representative Peter Dwight Hudmon (Michalon/ DUP), and Representative Harry Kasey Freudenberger of Blingridge (DUP)
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Postby Saltbridge » Thu Sep 02, 2021 12:39 am

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Spearhead Consortium JV with Hundredstar Defense Firm's


Spearhead Consortium Ltd. (Spearhead Consortium) has signed a memorandum of understanding with three companies from Hundredstar aimed at cooperating in advancing the country’s defense industry recently. The three international defense companies are Ravenworth Aerospace Technology (Ravenworth Aerospace), Dresslar Technology, and Bottlewick Defense.

Spearhead Consortium is a local company involved in defense, energy, and telecommunications. The company was formed as a result of a combination of several young and innovative professionals focused on engineering, technology, and accounting with a mission to offer quality equipment and services to defense and civil agencies. Spearhead Consortium Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Nick Vittel said, the MoU will involve cooperation between the companies regarding weapons systems, artillery, and armored vehicles.

It will also involve cooperation in the design, construction, and supply of armaments, artillery, and armored vehicles in Saltbridge. “Companies from Hundredstar will provide technical assistance and consultancy, supply of documentation materials, technology, licenses, equipment, repairs, modernization, and after-sales services to Saltbridge. "It will also involve cooperation in other areas according to the laws of both countries," he said.

He said this in a statement in conjunction with the signing of the MoU which was attended by Ravenworth Aerospace Chief Executive Officer, Rick Folley; Dresslar Technology Deputy Chairman, Sean Fairworth, and Bottlewick Defense Chief Executive Officer, Nancy Dravislav. Apart from that, Dr. Vittel explained that although the world was facing economic problems due to Covid-19, Hundredstar still saw Saltbridge as an important partner, and even this defense cooperation showed Hundredstar's confidence in Saltbridge.

He added that Hundredstar is known as a country that is willing to share knowledge and technology through technology transfer (ToT) programs every time the purchase of military assets is carried out. “Through this cooperation, dependence on foreign countries can be reduced through various courses that will be implemented.

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Postby Saltbridge » Fri Sep 02, 2022 1:37 am

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Saltbridge strives to be the preferred business event destination


Saltbridge has the advantage of being a business event destination of choice among the business community, according to Deputy Secretary of Domestic Affair Cassandra Court. Ms. Court said Saltbridge has the right location and experience for business events.

"Saltbridge is also able to offer a variety of new options that provide inspiration to organizers who wish to organize events that have an impact.

"Thus, I hope the business event community will take advantage of this opportunity to increase the presence of international delegates by holding more business events in Saltbridge," she said at the @Saltbridge Business Events Week program here on Monday.

Also present was the Chief Executive Officer of the National Convention and Exhibition Body (NACEB), Ryan Goss. Ms. Court said, according to the NACEB, revenue growth for the exhibition industry increased in 2021 and is expected to record a global revenue of 106 percent higher than in 2020.

He said, in the region, the industry is expected to see significant growth of 121 percent compared to 2020.

"Exhibitions in this region are expected to show strong growth in terms of participation from visitors and exhibitors compared to the rest of the world," he said. According to him, Saltbridge will continue to strengthen its value proposition as a business event destination following the encouraging industry income.

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Postby Saltbridge » Thu Sep 08, 2022 4:04 am

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SaltBioTex is the new leader of the region's biotechnology industry


The Saltbridge Biotechnology Coordination Office or SaltBioTex is a division under Bio-Invest Saltbridge Corporation (a subsidiary of SaltINVEST), which is responsible for the development of the state's biotechnology sector through the facilitation and implementation of investment into various industries in the sector in line with the Saltbridge Biotechnology Action Plan 2021-2030. It is also involved in promoting Saltbridge as a preferred investment destination through the implementation of strategic projects with the Saltbridge Government, in collaboration with other Government Linked Companies (GLCs), and other relevant agencies, in further developing the Saltbridge biotechnology industry in the region.

SaltBioTex is a One-Stop Center and contact center for foreign and domestic investors in the biotechnology sector, with a primary focus on the agricultural, industrial and environmental sub-sectors, as well as medical and state healthcare. It actively facilitates the direct engagement of small and medium enterprises with potential investors through strategic investment-related initiatives and programs coordinated by SaltBioTex.

In line with the promotion and branding of Saltbridge as the investment hub of choice for biotechnology in the region, SaltBioTex is also involved in the encouragement of businesses and investors to provide operational facilities and other industrial support activities in modern and advanced conditions. Saltbridge BioTex Industrial Park is located in Almeshill. Apart from these initiatives, SaltBioTex has the objective of creating more job opportunities and placements in the state's biotechnology industry as the sector continues to grow during the implementation of the Saltbridge Biotechnology Action Plan 2021-2030.

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Postby Saltbridge » Fri Sep 09, 2022 9:02 pm

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Royle & Pittbury Yard and Eaglebrandt Engineering is Ready to Increase MRO Capacity


In an effort to increase business capacity in the field of ship maintenance, repair, and overhaul, both onboard and subsurface vessels, Royle & Pittbury Yard Saltbridge today officially cooperate with Eaglebrandt Engineering PTE., Ltd.

Royle & Pittbury Yard Saltbridge CEO Mr. Ames Royle signed a memorandum of understanding with Mr. Liam Bishop as Managing Director and CEO representing Eaglebrandt Engineering PTE., Ltd. The cooperation focuses on the areas of marketing, maintenance, repair, and overhaul of ships.

On this occasion, Mr. Ames Royle said that this is the right moment to collaborate and work together. Royle & Pittbury has been appointed to be the lead integrator for shipyards throughout Saltbridge, as well as being trusted in conducting MRO of state-owned ships together with shipyards in Saltbridge.

Furthermore, Mr. Royle explained that “Royle & Pittbury is also developing Maritime Industry 4.0 or what we call MI4.0. In the future, this implementation is expected to increase production capacity up to 3 times. At the same time, in its implementation later, Eaglebrandt can participate as a user in monitoring strategic cooperation projects in the MRO field between Royle & Pittbury and Eaglebrandt," he concluded.

The purpose and objectives of the MoU are in the framework of a joint development plan and capacity building in the fields of marketing, maintenance, repair, and overhaul of Royle & Pittbury Yard Saltbridge. Today's agenda was also witnessed by the BoD Royle & Pittbury Yard Saltbridge and Eaglebrandt Engineering PTE., Ltd in Marlow. Furthermore, Eaglebrandt Engineering PTE., Ltd will visit Royle & Pittbury's head office in Exekeld, to review Royle & Pittbury Yard Saltbridge's production facilities, especially in the field of ship maintenance and repair.

In this collaboration, Royle & Pittbury Yard is the lead integrator, and Eaglebrandt Engineering PTE., Ltd is a strategic partner to succeed in marketing and maintenance, repair, and overhaul work so that the quality is on time and in accordance with international quality standards.

“This collaboration is a good start. Hopefully, in the future, it can strengthen good relations between two companies," said Mr. Liam Bishop on the occasion.

Eaglebrandt Engineering PTE., Ltd provides full support for the overall independence of Saltbridge's maritime industry, including mastery of capabilities and technology in maintaining and repairing ships, sealing, and recycling maritime assets for an environmentally friendly future.
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Postby Saltbridge » Wed Sep 14, 2022 4:44 am

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Mining resources: Saltbridge signs a uranium exploration contract with a foreign company


Is the Saltian subsoil full of uranium? there is no doubt. And for good reason, exploitation contracts have been signed with foreign companies in charge of mining exploration and then exploitation. The companies mentioned in these contracts are the Stevenian Union Precious Metal (UPM) and Washington Mining, a consulting geologist company working in the field of the evaluation, acquisition and exploration of uranium prospects in this region

“This agreement announced today securing Union Precious Metal a path to Saltian uranium opportunities marks our first entry into uranium exploration in East Zecrarth. We are already working with the team regarding sourcing new uranium opportunities and I plan to report on developments there soon,” said Marvin Darkclouds, CEO of Union Precious Metal.

“At Union Precious Metal, he continued, we see an opportunity to further develop our uranium profile. This will be accomplished by exploring our existing exploration portfolio, acquiring additional interests, as well as participating in new uranium-focused entities that we can help create.”

According to the information, the existing project objectives have been established and the company is working to plan the next stages of exploration as well as to seize new opportunities as soon as possible. Already, a first step has been taken with the signing of an agreement with the Saltian State, and the creation of the Saltian subsidiary of Union Precious Metal. “Union Precious Metal is to establish a wholly-owned operating subsidiary, to act as a holding company for uranium interests,” we learn.

On the Union Precious Metal website, it is specified that "once the transfer of the newly acquired interests in the Saltian subsidiary known as UPM-Saltbridge Mining has been successfully completed. Union Precious Metal already has uranium sites in Stevencousin and other countries in its portfolio.
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Postby Saltbridge » Fri Sep 16, 2022 5:10 am

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DFFA built a fish fillet process factory, meeting the needs of the downstream industry


The Saltian Dept. of Foods, Fisheries & Agrarian (DFFA) drew up a new plan involving the construction project of two fish fillet processing factories to meet the needs of the fish-based downstream industry, especially the manufacture of crackers, thereby addressing the issue of price manipulation by middlemen. The Secretary of DFFA, Brandon Bardolph, said one of the factories involved is currently under construction in Bittenbrook, Manlow, and is expected to be completed this October and can operate as early as next year, while another is still in the process of identifying a suitable site in High River, here.

He said that the two factories involved were each able to accommodate the storage capacity in the frozen room amounting to about 500 tons, with the ability to process 10 tons of fish fillets per day. He informed that so far, there is no fish filleting factory under the supervision of DFFA, instead, the existing ones are only small-scale operations by individuals and the private sector. "fish fillet has an extensive market and is needed by the cracker industry. In fact, the demand for the supply of fish fillets from the East Coast state will increase. Therefore, the planned strategy is to buy fish from fishermen when the price is cheap in the market, to be processed into fish fillets.

"It is then stored and sold when fish prices are high, thereby reducing price manipulation by middlemen. "When DFFA and government agencies appoint a company that is given the role to buy fish and process the contents, it (the company) will make stock. We can buy landed fish and the price will be controlled because there is no middleman involved," he told reporters today.

"In Bittenbrook, there is a lot of fish landing (area) but I want to build the factory in High River with the capacity to process 10 tons of fish fillets per day, involving a construction allocation of more than RM5 million," he said. However, he said, the strategy depends on DFFA's ability to buy fish from fishermen consistently between 10 to 20 metric tons per day to compete with the control of fish prices by middlemen. "The fish we buy, of course, we want to resell. However, not all our fish can be sold, especially small fish that cannot be eaten. "Therefore, we make the small fish as fish fillets to be used in the cracker industry. From the 10 tons of fish we get, (usually) we will get five tons of fish fillet," he said.
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Postby Stevencousin » Sat Sep 17, 2022 5:57 am

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Wolfeberg takes over Unity Medic for $180 million

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Wolfeberg HQ in Steenburry, Brigketh

Wolfeberg Corp received permission from its shareholders to take over 100 percent of the equity interest in Unity Medic International at a price of $180 million. The company's shareholders also approved the proposal to diversify its business into a healthcare business and the proposal to change its name to Hextar Healthcare. Its Executive Director, Dr. Peter Wolfeberg, said the acquisition provides an opportunity for the group to venture into the healthcare sector, as the pandemic has increased health and safety awareness and created high demand for healthcare products and services in the market.

"By expanding our product offering, we hope to raise our profile in the market. The healthcare business is complementary and synergistic to Wolfeberg's core glove business. "Diversifying business into healthcare is in line with the group's overall growth strategy to venture into profitable and sustainable businesses for the long term," he said in a statement today. He said, as proof of Wolfeberg's commitment to the healthcare sector, the company proposed and received approval from shareholders to change its name to Hextar Healthcare International. Wolfeberg's owner and single largest shareholder, Mr. Scott Hextar said the name change would reflect the group's core business and its efforts in expanding the healthcare sector in the future.

"We believe that Wolfeberg's new identity under the larger Hextar family will pave the way for new growth in terms of markets, networks, and distribution channels, in Stevencousin and around the world," he said. All the proposals are expected to be completed this year. At the close of trading, Wolfeberg shares rose 2.38 percent to 0.43 cents with 1.53 million shares traded.

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Anjung Courtyard 2022 – 51,000 units have been ordered so far, 7,682 units have been delivered to customers

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When announcing the sales performance for the month of August yesterday, the president and CEO of Anjung Motor, Dr. Aiman Tino also stated that only after two months of launch, the new generation MPV model Anjung Courtyard 2022 has now been ordered by as many as 51,000 units so far.

Bookings for this MPV have already been opened on 23 June 2022, which is before it was officially launched on 20 July. When it was launched, the order had already reached 30,000 units. With this latest booking amount announced, Courtyard 2022 booking momentum is seen to continue to be consistent even though it will no longer receive sales tax exemption incentives for those who book after 30 July 2022.

Dr. Aiman also stated that of all the orders, a total of 7,682 units have been successfully handed over to customers so far. Around 4,000 Courtyards have been delivered to customers by the end of July 2022, and this means that more than 3,000 units of the MPV have been delivered to customers throughout August, meeting Anjung Motor's previous target of producing 3,000 Courtyard units per month.

The Courtyard is offered in three different petrol engine options; Single-Turbo and Bi-Turbo 2.0 inline four-cylinders and 3.0-liter twin-turbo EcoPeak V6. There's also a 2.3-liter EcoPeak four-cylinder petrol engine, although this will only be offered in select markets from next year. The courtyard is also equipped with a range of technologies, with several digital instrument clusters and touchscreen infotainment, depending on the variant. The same goes for safety and driver assistance, with available features including adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, AEB, and more. The number of airbags is now nine, covering all three rows of seats.
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Postby Fallenstorm » Tue Sep 20, 2022 3:44 pm

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Will the government increase defense allocations in the 2023 budget?

Will the government agree to Fallenstorm Armed Force's request that the defense allocation in the 2023 Budget that will be presented early next month be increased to 1.5 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) compared to 1 percent at this point? The request was voiced by the Commandant, National Defense Command General William T. Otis, Army recently, when the issue of "obsolescence" of the national armed forces' assets was being discussed by the media and the public. It was a blow to the government when senior officers of the Fallenstorm Navy publicly stated that between 61 percent and 75 percent of the assets owned by the Fallenstorm Navy were categorized as "obsolete". Some of the Fallenstorm Navy's fast attack ships are half a century old but their services are still billed.

What has the government done or not done to result in the Fallenstorm Navy being categorized as an "obsolete navy" due to most of its aging assets? How long will the Fallenstorm Navy and other branches of the national security service have to rely on half-century-old assets to preserve national sovereignty and security? Until when to make diplomacy the first defense of the country? Indeed, the issue of an insufficient defense budget is not a new issue because it has been around for a long time and is said to be one of the main reasons why our military assets lag behind those of neighboring countries. Perhaps the government does not have the "political will" to spend heavily on the defense sector due to the actions of the opposition who often use defense as their "political ammunition" to attack the government.

However, the opposition will also have no reason to attack the government if every procurement of new assets for the armed forces is carried out orderly, without any elements of corruption, and completed on time. Ok, back to the issue of Fallenstorm's low defense allocation, there is no denying that it is indeed much lower than our nearest neighboring countries. The country's military sector received $16 billion of funding in the 2022 Budget, that is $11 billion for operational expenses while $5 billion is for development expenses. In comparison, the defense allocation of other countries this year is around $65 billion even though the GDP between Fallenstorm and our southern neighbor is not much different. $ billion versus $16 billion? Naturally, we will always lag behind neighboring countries with such provisions.

The National Defense Command (NDC) will receive an additional allocation of RM8 billion to spend next year. The Commandant, of National Defense Command in a meeting with the media, recently said, increasing the defense allocation to 1.5 percent of the GDP will enable the NDC to defend the sovereignty and interests of the country. "In the end, no one else will take care of (national sovereignty) except us," he said. Yes, the question is, when do we want to depend on "others" to defend our own country?

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Postby Glossworth » Thu Sep 22, 2022 11:31 pm

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GlossPetro Chemicals, Unipet Chemical collaborate on plastic recycling

GlossPetro Chemicals Group and Unipet Chemical (a subsidiary of Unicorn Petroleum of Saltbridge) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to assess the potential implementation of large-scale advanced plastic recycling technology to help create a circular economy for plastics in Glossworth. According to the two companies in a recent joint statement, they will evaluate opportunities to support improvements in the collection and segregation of plastic waste in the country. Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Lord Chains of Tetfordge said GlossPetro Chemicals, the petrochemical arm of national oil and gas company GlossPetro, is constantly exploring and implementing innovative technologies to develop sustainable solutions demanded by its customers.

"This joint venture is another important step towards the transition to a circular economy following the increased demand for circular products and signifies our commitment to using recycled raw materials in the chemical industry," he said. GlossPetro Chemicals is conducting several feasibility studies regarding plastic recycling. Meanwhile, Unipet Chemical Vice President of New Marketing Development Eric Hornberg said advanced recycling plays an important role in meeting the growing demand for cycle products while helping to address the challenge of plastic waste." Using new technologies and the expertise of both organizations, we hope to accelerate a more cyclical economy for plastics in the region," he said.

Unipet Chemical is a founding member of the Zecrarth Alliance for Zero Waste, which focuses on driving investment in safe, scalable, and economically viable solutions around the world to help tackle the problem of plastic waste. The company plans to build about 500,000 tons of advanced recycling capacity at its integrated manufacturing facilities around the world by the end of 2026 near Cambridge Hill, Witescast, Glossworth.
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Postby Stevencousin » Fri Sep 23, 2022 8:23 pm

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Meldrum Fall seriously challenge for the league title

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Meldrum Fall player after the game


Meldrum Fall showed their desire to clinch the NSL title with a 2-1 win at Holmdock Highlander, keeping them at the top of the league. While the crisis hit Cassaholm Confidential continued after suffering a humiliating 0-1 defeat at the hands of Pretihouse Pirate. Gerard Kallstrom's fine-tune strike at '2 and header 77 minutes before the end gave victory to Meldrum Fall at Waxwood Circle.

It was done without injured striker Gregory Mathis. Meldrum Fall are now top on 2 point difference with Fixmouth Firebolt, who won 1-0 at Spartak Wortheighton. They are also four points ahead of the defending champions, Winewater Wasp, who fell to seventh place after their second draw in this season.

"It's not just about quality, this is a team that is determined and ready to make sacrifices." "This team wants to give everything and improve every day," Meldrum Fall Head Coach Román Armijo Jiménez told National Echo. "I'm not happy at all as are my players. We only scored one goal and it wasn't enough from what we created. "I hope we learn to be sharper in front of goal because we did everything right except for two mistakes in the penalty area," Holmdock Highlander coach Stan Mystic told National Echo. Striker, Leon Voloshyn score a single goal for Highlander in 32 minutes.
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Postby Saltbridge » Thu Oct 06, 2022 6:37 pm

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Alternative crops can guarantee the country's food security


The introduction of new alternative plant sources such as yams with high nutrition is one of the initiatives that can ensure the country's food security. Secretary of Foods, Fisheries & Agrarian, Dept. of Foods, Fisheries & Agrarian (DFFA) Brandon Bardolph said the introduction of several new yam varieties can reduce the country's dependence on a single source of food crops. He said the transfer of yam plant expertise to the target group, especially farmers, can also help generate the economy of that group.

In the meantime, he said the challenge of strengthening food security in the face of climate change is the core of climate-smart agriculture research led by the Saltian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (SARDIN). "Food security is one of the main elements supported by DFFA and in the research aspect, SARDIN continuously helps the ministry to ensure the Subsistence Level (SSL) for the country's food is always at an optimal level," he said. Secretary Bardolph said this while speaking at the Agrobiodiversity and Agroenvironment Symposium (AGROES) 2022 here, today which was also attended by SARDIN Director General Dr. Nick von Goftenberg.

According to him, in addition to actively carrying out the development of rice varieties, SARDIN also conducts studies to assess the effects of climate change such as high temperatures and haze on crops such as grain corn, pineapple, and papaya as well as an assessment of insects in the highlands. "The technological research and innovation planned and carried out at SARDIN are to support DFFA and related agencies such as the Department of Energy, Environmental & Transport and other agencies in preparing adaptation and mitigation strategies for the agricultural sector against climate change," he said.

Meanwhile, Dr. von Goftenbergi said AGROES 2022 themed "Agrobiodiversity Driving Food Security" was jointly organized by SARDIN, the Saltian Forestry Research Institute (SaltFORI), and Almeshill Town University. According to him, the symposium focused on food security in the face of global challenges, agro-environmental management in the face of climate change challenges, the sustainability of yam crops for food security and ecosystem management, and biological control for sustainable agriculture. Dr. von Goftenbergi said it coincided with the country's current needs and direction for the agrobiodiversity and agro environment cluster.

"It is hoped that this symposium can provide an opportunity for scholars in this country to express their opinions and evaluate the importance of agrobiodiversity and agro-environment on the scientific stage and discuss ways to face these challenges," he said. At the event, SARDIN also launched the book “The Hidden Treasure - Crop Wild Relative” which describes 25 species of wild relatives of plants found in this country and categorized as species that are less well known and independent in their own habitat.

The purpose of producing the book is to record the details of all species of wild plant relatives that have been collected and conserved by SARDIN.
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Axbridhurst Medical Center New Hospital Development Project
Axbridhurst Medical Center is the first private hospital in Axbridhurst and is now expanding its wings with the development of 2 new blocks which are a 12-story hospital building block and an 11-story parking and specialist clinic building block these two blocks are connected by a pedestrian overpass. The area of this site is 2.86 acres.

Axbridhurst Medical Center's new hospital has a capacity of 205 beds and will provide a variety of facilities with the latest medical equipment including a modern operating room, laboratory & delivery suite, radiography unit (MRI, CT Scan), health screening center, intensive care unit, rehabilitation ward, chemo treatment center, laboratory and so on.

The construction of this new hospital will begin in the middle of 2022 and is expected to be operational by the first quarter of 2025. It will offer up to 400 new job opportunities with priority given to local children.

Thank you and congratulations once again to Axbridhurst Medical Center for the construction of a new hospital that will increase the economic capacity in the state of Axbridhurst and further change the landscape in the health care and hospitality sector in the state.


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Stoltzfus Capital remains committed to investing, developing sustainable agribusiness networks
Stoltzfus Capital International (Stoltzfus Capital) remains committed to continuing to invest and grow towards sustainable agribusiness and broader synergies while aiming to move towards higher-value business activities to achieve more stable returns. According to a statement on Friday, Stoltzfus Capital explained that the matter was among the resolutions passed by its shareholders during the 14th annual general meeting (AGM) held virtually on Thursday.

Stoltzfus Capital added that during the AGM, the Chairman, Cyprus Stoltzfus said Stoltzfus Capital aims to be one of the leading sustainable agribusinesses in the world with highly reputable product brands and strong distribution capabilities.

"In addition, we are also advancing Stoltzfus Capital's sustainability efforts as the first agribusiness and food company in Chandelier Group to draw up Climate Action Plan" he said.

He said Stoltzfus Capital also intends to change the narrative of Chandelier Group palm oil by ensuring that environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations continue to be a priority in Stoltzfus Capital's affairs. "We believe this is the key to fighting for the good of sustainable palm oil at the global level and helping the industry to gain international acceptance and support. This is also one of the steps to meet the growing needs," he said.

According to Stoltzfus Capital, the shareholders also approved all 13 resolutions during the AGM.

In addition, among the agendas presented was an increase in the fees and allowances of the chairman and the board of directors as suggested after taking into account the complexity and volume of Stoltzfus Capital's vertical business compared to other plantation companies, he explained.

"For 2022, Stoltzfus Capital will ensure that the Strategic Business Plan is able to provide benefits to shareholders, especially when DOFFF Holding has become the largest shareholder at the end of 2021 with a total share of 79.80 percent," added the company.

According to Stoltzfus Capital, it expects to establish beneficial synergies through a closer relationship between the Department of Foods, Farming & Fisheries(DOFFF) and Stoltzfus Capital, driven by clear communication on shared goals and a more responsive strategic alignment.


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Postby Stevencousin » Wed Oct 26, 2022 3:53 am

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Astrocorporation Solar powers the Westprince tea factory with Solar Energy

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Leading solar solutions leader, Astrocorporation Solar, will install solar solutions worth almost $2 million at the facilities of the world's leading tea plant, Westprince, located in Royalmount Hill, Holmdock, and Edgar Height, Pretihouse.

In April 2021, Astrocorporation Solar started Phase 1 of installing its solar solution at the Westprince factory in Holmdock, while Phase 2 in Edgar Height is targeted to be completed by December 2022. With a legacy of over 90 years, Westprince is committed to becoming a fully sustainable tea grower and producer in the near future. Westprince is one of the few companies in the world that grows, processes, packages and markets its own brand of highland tea. The global tea market is estimated to reach a value of nearly US$30.3 billion by 2027 and has shown a CAGR growth potential of 5.6% between 2022 and 2027. Currently, tea is the most enjoyed beverage in the world after water. Post-pandemic, the tea industry has also become the primary choice of consumers who want a healthy natural drink, with increased demand for tea being seen as consumers want the natural antioxidant benefits found in it.

"Only with the right environment can we prepare the perfect tea brew. This is why sustainability is an important part of Westprince's business, accompanied by a focus on complying with environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices.

“We chose Astrocorporation Solar because they have the right experience and technical expertise to support our journey to become a sustainable tea grower and producer in the near future. Investing in renewable energy is a natural next step for us, as this is the company's commitment to continue to contribute proactively towards a positive impact on the environment.

"We are very happy with the immediate electricity savings of 33% seen following Phase 1 of the solar solution in Royalmount Hill, Holmdock. Once both of our facilities are powered with this solar solution, and within 25 years, the resulting positive impact on the environment can be translated into the planting of approximately 500,000 trees and able to avoid the release of 11,000 tons of carbon,” said Montimer Gassmouth, Chief Executive Officer, Westprince Plantations Ltd. Sustainability has become an important focus in the entire operation of Westprince. This achievement demonstrates Westprince's best practices in meeting environmental, economic, and social sustainability for all processes in its tea gardens.

"It is an important achievement for the tea industry, especially for a brand that is synonymous with and closely related to heritage and history in Stevencousin. Be aware that every cup of Westprince tea enjoyed is also an important step towards sustainability - because it is powered by renewable energy. This is a significant market changer and we expect this effort to have a greater overall impact on the food and beverage industry. "As a change-maker for environmental solutions, Astrocorporation Solar collaborates with businesses to meet their sustainability goals. We provide clean energy solutions that produce a positive impact on the environment and help businesses involved to operate more efficiently and responsibly. We focus our efforts on multinational companies that have the commitment to align with the global renewable energy community,” said Rico Fairmould, Group CEO & Co-Founder of Astrocorporation Solar.


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