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1.BICES 2011

Driven by a philosophy of serving the industry, BICES 2011 will be characterised by an extensive scope of exhibitors on display, internationalised exhibitors, professional visitors and versatile programmes.


2.New jack-up vessel for wind turbines

Drydocks World Southeast Asia Pte Ltd (DDW-SEA) will construct the largest jack-up vessel of its kind serving the wind turbine installation market.


3.Siam Cement to lift capacity by 4.5 mta

Siam Cement Group plans to spend $1.5bn to expand cement production capacity in Southeast Asia by 4.5 mta over the next two years. President and Chief Executive of Siam Cement Kan Trakhulhoon said that that the $400 mn cement plant in Indonesia is already under construction with Phase 1 expected to come on-stream by 2015.


4.Star Cement Uses Riverine Route

Star Cement has become the first Indian cement manufacturer to opt for riverine route to export its clinker. The company aims to export over 50,000 tonne of clinker to Bangladesh every month using this route.


5.Liebherr mobile crane assists Moh Seng

Singapore crane hire company Moh Seng Cranes has undertaken delivery of the first Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1 mobile crane in Southeast Asia. The company was awarded the contract to install generator sets, each weighing 21 tonne, on top of an industrial


6.India-Myanmar-Thailand highway by 2016

The Kaladan Multi-modal Transit and India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral highway - linking India with Myanmar and further to Southeast Asia is expected to be completed by 2016.


7.Elematic opens a production unit

Elematic, a manufacturer of precast concrete plants and production lines, has opened a new production unit in Alwar. The new factory will manufacture steel molds used in precast element production and serve local markets in India and other parts of Southeast Asia, Middle East and Africa.


8.Is India ready for new design architecture?

Time to realise that old, archaic architectural ideas have failed us


9.India builds Sabang Port in Indonesia

Close to Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India is reportedly developing its maiden deep sea port in Indonesia’s Sabang


10.Tenders should mandate 30-40% use of precast, prefab structural components

With the aim to construct 1.2 crore homes to ensure Housing for All by 2022