JCDecaux has been awarded an exclusive seven-year contract for managing advertising and maintaining 1,459 bus shelters across Singapore (population: above 5.6 million) by the Land Transport Authority (LTA).
Located on Dickson Road in the quirky Wanderlust hotel, WINEDERLUST is a new cellar door concept by Unlisted Collection:, and a purveyor of over 300 labels of wines from boutique wineries.
Bolloré Logistics Asia-Pacific is happy to announce that this year’s edition of the Singapore Airshow was a resounding success. This edition of the biennial event was the 6th since the show’s inception in 2008. With a plethora of exhibitors from 38 countries, there were plenty of opportunities to boost Bolloré Logistics’ recognition at Asia’s largest Aerospace and Defense Airshow.
SUEZ has been awarded a three-year contract by PUB, Singapore's national water agency, to clean its water supply pipelines using SUEZ’s proprietary Ice Pigging technology. It is the Group’s first operational project in Asia using the patented technology.
Bouygues Construction subsidiary Dragages Singapore has started work on a €113m housing scheme where most of the superstructure will be factory-built.
UEX, one of the first InsurTech platform in Singapore has just raised 1.3 million SGD of funding from its seed investor VERSPIEREN, a French insurance broker, to strengthen its presence on the Singaporean market.
Interparfums and Bolloré Logistics announce the extension of their partnership for a period of three years including 2018, 2019, and 2020.
Via ID a annoncé officiellement son lancement sur le contient asiatique lors de la soirée d’inauguration du nouveau bureau Via ID à Singapour le 7 février dernier.
A new breed of virtual-reality and augmented-reality arcades is raising the fun factor in the video-gaming industry with more specialised hardware and games.
Port operator PSA Singapore is expected to launch a tender this year for the supply of the first fleet of automated guided vehicles (AGVs) or driverless vehicles to operate at Singapore's next generation Tuas mega port.
In his Budget speech this afternoon, Minister Heng Swee Keat announced that from 2019, carbon tax will be introduced to encourage reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In the first instance, from 2019 to 2023, the tax rate will be $5 per tonne of GHG emissions. The carbon tax announced will be levied on facilities producing 25,000 tonnes or more of GHG emissions in a year. All other companies will not be taxed on direct emissions, but may be indirectly impacted by the carbon tax through higher electricity costs.
The Singapore-headquartered clean energy provider, Cleantech Solar, inked last week new rooftop solar power purchase agreements for 27 MWp with 3 industrial customers in 3 different countries in Asia.
As plans for a high-speed rail link between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore become more concrete, European builders are throwing their names into the hat.
French energy management company Schneider Electric has moved to tap solar for their electricity needs in Singapore, where it will use solar energy generated by offsite rooftop solar systems.