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Reward the soldiers with customized medals

Customized medals: a great way to commemorate and reward

Customized medals are still a popular way of marking special occasions, recognizing excellence and loyalty and promoting businesses, other organizations and even cities, regions and countries. Customized medals in corporate and public settings There is a very ancient tradition of using medals to reward and recognize bravery or other forms of good conduct. Military decorations […]

Top French military know-how for today’s high-tech world

The DCI group employs almost a 1,000 people in a number of highly specialized fields revolving around the provision of training and consultancy services. Formed with a view to facilitating the entry into operational service of French military exports, this entity, in which the state is the largest share-holder, has now branched into areas that […]

The Groupe EREN : spearheading new renewable energy projects across the world

Based in Luxembourg and Paris, the Groupe EREN is specialized in renewable energy development. The group is composed of two entities, EREN Industries and EREN Renewable Energy, which is increasingly focused on less mature energy markets in the developing world. As the company is capable of implementing power generation projects from construction through to project […]

Electrical cad software lies at the heart of 21st century transportation

Electrical design software: a key component in travel by land, air and sea!You probably weren’t aware of it, but electrical design software isn’t just for use in building construction, manufacturing and energy production, although electrical cad, as it’s also known, plays an important role in these sectors too. Electrical cad software is used extensively in […]

POLYSORB® ID: a bio-based plasticizer for land and sea!

Industries around the world are constantly on the look-out for ways to reduce their carbon footprint and generally shift to a more eco-friendly approach. Products such as Polysorb can play a vital role in burnishing a business’ green credentials, together with bio-based plasticizer Polysorb ID. Polysorb is made from sorbitol, a derivative of starch. It’s […]

Shipbuilding - Marine engineering

Marine industry

Marine industry and shipbuilding are generally concentrated in the port areas of the country. Marine industry activities include all the aspects related to port facilities in infrastructure and other shipbuilding. Shipbuilding or marine engineering is for its part, reserved exclusively for shipyards which are large companies with regard to ships freight (cargo ships, container ships, […]

MSC Divina returns from his second set of sea trials

The cruise ship MSC Divina returned yesterday morning at St. Nazaire. He had left the day before the Loire estuary for a second series of sea trials during the first season of 12 to 15 April, STX France  engineers, where it was built, had found a brief heating on one of the two shafts of […]

Ulstein launches new X-BOW Blue Ship

After the delivery, January 19, of Blue Fighter, the Norwegian shipyard Ulstein Verft has set afloat, May 9, the second Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) of the type PX121. ordered  such as by Blue Ship Invest, Blue Prosper measures 83.4 meters long and 18 meters wide. Featuring a deadweight of 4200 tons, this ship, which adopts […]

The new behemoth of Subsea 7 reaches the Netherlands

Designed to work offshore in very deep water, the Seven Borealis, new flagship of Subsea 7, arrived in Rotterdam where it will be finished before being delivered to its owner. Built by the Sembawang shipyards in Singapore, the ship was originally commissioned by Nordic Heavy Lift Company, then was taken over by Subsea 7, which […]

Meyer Werft cutting the first plate of the Norwegian Getaway

Barely a week after laying the keel of the Norwegian Breakaway, May 4, Meyer Werft German yards were set yesterday cutting the first metal of its sister ship, the Norwegian Getaway. These two ships, commanded by the American company NCL, will be the biggest in the history of German yards. Having a gauge of 140,000 […]