Danish Software Company breaks into Asian market

Copenhagen based Software Company Maconomy has gained a distribution agreement with the Singapore based company CalendarOne. Maconomy provides web-based software solutions that optimise the management of people and projects, integrated with financial functions. It is Maconomy’s first distributor in Asia; CalendarOne has the rights to sell Maconomy’s software in the whole of Asia, Australia and…

Sun Paratech in major expansion

Precisely at nine minutes past 9 o’clock on September the 9th, Sun Paratech laid the ground stone and started piling for a major expansion of their factory.      The new factory will have a size of about 9000 square meters and will be followed by another two constructions of each 8000 square meter. The capacity will…

Maersk, I.M. Skaugen establish new gas carrier pool

Danish shipping group A.P. Moller – Maersk A/S and Norwegian marine transportation group I.M. Skaugen ASA on September 29 announced an establishment of a new gas carrier pool to commercially manage 5-12,000 cbm semi-refrigerated gas carriers.      The new pool, Maersk Norgas Gas Carriers (MNGC), has already commenced its operations since October 1, 2003, servicing customers…

Swedenmade exhibition in Singapore opens 19 November

The Sars outbreak forced organisers of the Swedish design exhibition “swedenmade design 4stories” originally scheduled to open in May 2003, to delay the show to this fall.      Now it is confirmed that the exhibition takes place at the Singapore Art Museum between 19 November 2003 and 29 February 2004.      Members of SBAS, the Swedish business…

IFS Indonesia has moved to new office

Swedish ERP software provider PT IFS Solutions Indonesia launched the official opening of its new office on August 7 2003.      The half-day event was well-attended by over 100 customers, prospects, business partners and the media.      The acting Swedish Ambassador for Indonesia, H.E. Anders Backman, graced the ceremony, together with IFS’ COO, Mr Jan Moodh.

First half year 2003 fall in Swedish exports to five main Asean markets

Sell harder!      That is the message Swedish exporters active in five major Asean markets – Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand – should get after reading the latest market survey from Sweden’s Trade Council.      Sweden fails to up sales in any of the five countries.      The drop in exports ranges from a modest five percent…