Manufacturing & Industry
July 26, 2011
Epson has developed the Stylus Photo R2000 with 17ml ink cartridges.
July 25, 2011
Dow and Saudi Aramco announced that the Boards of Directors of both companies have approved the formation of a joint venture.
Samsung Electronics has retained its unrivaled leadership in 3D TV both in North America and Europe where TV makers compete fiercely.
In line with its efforts to promote public-private partnerships, PepsiCo-Jordan renews its advertising partnership agreement with Zarqa Municipality for two additional years.
Agthia Group, one of UAE’s leading food and beverage groups, today announced the Company’s financial results for the first six months ended 30 June 2011.
Panasonic announced the signing of a partnership agreement with the United Arab Emirates Football Association to become the official electronics partner of the UAE FA.
July 24, 2011
EMAL has announced that Phase II of its operational plan will go ahead after the company’s board of directors approved a $4.5bn investment.
LG Harat League concluded the finale game after four exciting months successively, with the participation of 500 teams and 3500 players.
Danube Building Materials has opened its second BUILDMART branch yesterday (July 23, 2011) at the Multi Planet Mall in Pune, India.
Al Rabie Saudi Food Co. has recently led a donation campaign to raise funds for charities in all regions of Saudi Arabia.
July 20, 2011
LG Electronics will soon unveil its new steam dishwasher with TrueSteam technology.
RAK Ceramics, announced that it has opened a second showroom in Sharjah in response to overwhelming customer demand in the emirate.
July 19, 2011
Canon Middle East today launches the LEGRIA HF G10, offering professional image quality in a compact, consumer-friendly camcorder.
Dubai Aerospace Enterprise announced that it had concluded discussions with its existing lenders and reached agreement on a new, 4-year credit facility to replace the existing credit facility.
July 18, 2011
Frans van Houten, President and CEO of Royal Philips Electronics, Our second-quarter results were impacted by near-term operational challenges, weaker markets and a significant impairment charge.