29 February 2020 - 5 Adar 5780 - ה' אדר ה' אלפים תש"פ
Brinks providing the security link E-mail

September is a very busy month for Brinks in Asia, one of the leading secure transportation and logistics firms in the world. There are three major jewellery fairs taking place in the region on consecutive days during the month and Brinks capabilities will be well utilised at all three.

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Malaysia's ACM purchases Kodak IsraelÂ’s automated processing business E-mail

Kodak Israel’s automated processing business has been purchased by Malaysia’s ACM. The purchase price has not been disclosed.

This transaction marks ACM’s entry into the Israeli market, and the opening of a local production centre. ACM currently has factories in Singapore and China.  ACM and Kodak have had numerous partnerships over the years and under this acquisition,

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Hewlett Packard purchases Mercury Interactive E-mail

Hewlett Packard purchased Israeli programming company Mercury Interactive Corp. for US$4.5 billion.  It is estimated that the purchase price is about 33 percent higher than the company’s total market value.


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Opera Gallery opens Hong Kong to world art E-mail

The Opera Gallery opened its doors in Hong Kong in 2004.  The Gallery already had made a name for itself in its Singapore gallery (1994).

When Shirley Ben Bashat, an Israeli, visited the Opera Gallery in Singapore, she had no idea that she would one day be the General Manager of an Opera Gallery in Hong Kong.  She has been associated with Opera Galleries since the start of her career in Singapore over ten years ago.

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Millennium Electric contracts to build Korean power station E-mail

Israeli company, Millennium Electric Limited has contracted with Korean entrepreneur Moon S. Kim, president of High Quality Marketing & Consulting (HQMC), a member of The Kore Group, Inc., for the construction of a solar power station.  

The project’s cost is US$150 million and includes a fifteen-year power supply contract.

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