The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism of Malawi has received desktop computers, laptops, cameras, office cabinets and tables, among others, from the People’s Republic of China to help promote development in the country.
SS8, a provider of computer security service in California, announced a partnership with Entegra technologies, a cybersecurity company based in Texas, to deliver next-generation cyber defense for critical infrastructure.
Keolis, a provider of passenger transportation systems based in California, announced that it has been awarded a contract to operate the Orange County Transportation Authority’s (OCTA) first on-demand micro transit pilot – OC Flex.
Maryland-based Xometry, a provider of on-demand manufacturing services using 3D printing technologies and CNC machining, has partnered with ZVerse of South Carolina to create manufacturable 3D files for customers who need parts designed from scratch, existing CAD files modified or legacy parts reverse engineered.
Fluor Corporation, an engineering and construction firm headquartered in Texas, has been selected to execute the engineering and procurement scope for Marathon Petroleum Corporation’s South Texas Asset Repositioning (STAR) program, at its Galveston Bay refinery in Texas.
Black market logging in the Democratic Republic of Congo is destroying what is the world's second largest rainforest at an increasingly rapid rate. Only major governmental intervention will likely stop it.
ENGIE (www.ENGIE-Africa.com), part of the French ENGIE corporation, along with Meridiam, its investment partner, have won a contract from Senegal's Electricity Sector Regulation Commission (CSRE) as the preferred bidder in a tender launched in October 2017 for two solar photovoltaic projects providing a total of 60MW power.
The African Standby Capacity (ASC) Civilian Foundation Course for Rostered Personnel was held March 18-24 in Harare, Zimbabwe. The African Union Commission (AUC), with support from ACCORD/TIP, organized the event.
After recent confidential meetings with China's Xi Jinping, South Korean representatives, and CIA Director Mike Pompeo, North Korea seems like it must be on the brink of either reunification or at least a landmark peace agreement. None of that is going to happen.