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Kuwait Petroleum International Lubricants (Q8Oils) offers a new range of high performance lubricants for stationary engines running on all types of gas.
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WD has redesigned its popular My Book and My Book for Mac lines of external desktop drives to provide as much as 4 TB storage capacity and enhanced data protection for those who create and collect large volumes of video, music and photos.
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A contract to distribute Beyerskloof wines into Mozambique was secured recently by Imperial Logistics group company CIC Holdings.
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Industries in all parts of the world are now thinking of replacing traditional transport packaging solutions made of wood and plywood with almost equal products made of substantially lighter and easily recyclable paper board.
The spearhead developer and manufacturer of pallets and transport boxes as well as other transport packaging solutions based on paper board, is the Finnish Eltete Group. The company has its own factories in 15 countries and a sales network reaching in excess over 60 countries.
“But since we can’t keep pace with the growing demand alone, we are also offering turnkey production lines for the open market,” said Marko Virtanen, Eltete’s sales director of technology. “The beauty of our products is that they form a modular system that can be combined into different lightweight transportation solutions.”
At the 1973 IAA Frankfurt motor show, a silver prototype on the Porsche stand attracted much attention, not least due to its extraordinary appearance.
Continue reading “How Porsche developed turbocharging with the 911”