Thursday, August 25, 2016

New Pen Drive and Ringfeder Information

AIGO launches Vodafone McLaren Pen Drive that has F1's stylish, sleek body design and also benefits with high-quality performance. It has Host USB 1.1/USB 2.0 that can play for extra hours without extra drivers. this light weight, 2GB pen drive comes with a free one-year warranty. Its fresh and unique look is sure to grab a lot of eye balls.

Ringfeder Power Transmission GmbH, a member of VBG group of Sweden, is expanding its global presence by establishing its India operations. Addressing press persons on Friday, Thomas Moka, CEO of Ringfeder Power Transmission, said India was one of the fastest emerging economies in the world and the company was already supplying its products to manufactures in the core sectors such as Larsen and Toubro, Thyssen Krupp, FLSmidth, RRB, Energy, Jindal Steel and Power and Neyveli Lignite Corporation. According to Anders Birgersson, CEO of VBG group, the company was looking for an opportunity to start sourcing and to establish an assembling line in Chennai as it was achieving a phenomenal growth in sales in India in the last few years. The VBG Group has two business verticals namely VBG Group Truck Equipment and Ringfeder Power Transmission. The group has more than 400 employees with a turnover of Rs 1,000 crore. The power transmission business represents nearly 20 per cent of the turnover.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Camel Milk Chocolate Information

Al Nassma, claimed as the world's first camel-milk chocolate, has been officially launched in Dubai. Al Nassma, which in Arabic means cool desert breeze, is seen as a significant development for the United Arab Emirates' camel milk industry as demand from the chocolate manufactures is set to create demand for more of it. "We want to create a brand which has international importance. I believe this product has the power to become the sweet ambassador of Arabia born in Dubai," Johann George Hochleitner, the man behind the idea was quoted as saying by Abu Dhabi's The National. The choice is made from Camelicious' camel milk powder. Although a traditional staple for the Bedouin, camel milk is not produced on a large scale in the UAE. There are only two camel farms in the country, and fresh milk continues to be niche product. Camel milk is produced in many countries in West Asia and North Africa, but only Dubai has a facility to make chocolate.