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  1. Respect for green sets stage for production

    Posted Oct 28th 2003, 12:00am by David Evans

    ... to the environment. In doing so, the company has scooped two top awards at the 2003 Hong Kong Awards for Industry. This year the company will walk away with the Productivity Grand award sponsored by the Hong ... on the other hand, recognises companies with a proven record of continued production efficiency. The ability to improve efficiency while maintaining, and in some instances improving on, environmental ...

  2. Wood-product firms urged to help stop illegal logging

    Posted Mar 09th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... in the network. 'Hong Kong is the base of some of the biggest purchasing companies and they could exercise their market power... to change production methods,' he said. Mr Zhu said the network ... Cheung Chi-fai Some of Guangdong's biggest manufacturers of timber products will be invited to join a voluntary network aimed at saving the world's forests from illegal logging. ...

  3. Motorbike companies buck trend and race ahead

    Posted Oct 18th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... by overcapacity and bans on the two-wheelers in major cities. A latecomer to the industry, Jiangmen has attracted enough critical mass to become one of the leading production bases, cornering a sixth ... Zhongyu Motor (Group) is eyeing the mainland's big rural market and also developing new products and European markets to avoid cut-throat price competition with other mainland manufacturers. ...

  4. Sucking in the fumes

    Posted Oct 21st 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Timothy Chui Rush hour is all too often a gridlock, but the emissions from bumper-to-bumper traffic don't have any trouble getting around. Vehicle exhaust fumes are the by-product of the combustion process and are a toxic cocktail of cancer-causing compounds such as sulphur dioxide, ozone and particulate matter. Heath effects range from respiratory irritation to lung-tissue damage ...

  5. Creativity draws tenants

    Posted Jun 11th 2010, 12:00am by Andrea Li

    ... of tenants. 'Design is the most important feature for us,' says Girish Jhunjhnuwala, managing director of home2home Lifestyles Management. The company owns and operates five serviced ... there.' The company typically guts an entire building and reconstructs properties from scratch. For example, home2home's architects replaced all the original windows with larger substitutes ...

  6. FleetHost helps Citybus keep track of its fleet

    Posted Aug 19th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Bien Perez Hong Kong's network of buses, trams and taxis has long been a benchmark for other Asian markets wanting to develop a reliable public transport system. But since the city can build only so many roads across its small land area, traffic jams ...

  7. Electric dreams

    Posted Aug 06th 2010, 12:00am by Maggie Chen

    ... Concerns about air pollution in the 60s and the oil crisis in the 70s helped rekindle public interest in electric cars. Companies such as Ford, General Motors and General Electric produced ... the environment, oil prices and finite oil reserves have recently fuelled the development of more advanced electric and hybrid electric vehicles. In 2008, Californian company Tesla Motors began selling ...

  8. Letters

    Posted Dec 06th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... is right to praise those shipping companies that have decided to burn low-sulphur fuel at berth in Hong Kong. However, I believe he is wrong in thinking that a European company led the change. The then Hong Kong-based China Navigation Company, which is owned by John Swire and Sons and had been operating out of Hong Kong since Noah was a boy, switched to low-sulphur fuel not only at berth ...

  9. Letters

    Posted Dec 07th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... crew at a fee of US$35 per passenger. Captain Bremer, ever ready to serve, immediately pulled out his company credit card to cover the fees but was rebuffed by a demand for cold hard cash. ...

  10. Letters

    Posted Mar 14th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Chinese ethics not a suitable subject for the modern age Some correspondents have argued that it would be beneficial for young people to study Confucius. I accept that Confucianism can tell you how to become a better person by learning more about righteou ...




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