Hitachi Construction Machinery Middle East Corporation (HMEC) is Hitachi CM's fully owned subsidary
, and supports machinery applications across the MENA region.
Cost-effective solutions Momentum, a Gulftainers subsidary
launched in October 2008, has stated its aim is to establish itself as a leading logistic solutions provider offering clients a comprehensive suite of integrated logistics services encompassing transportation, freight forwarding, warehousing, logistics cities and container repair services.
"Our suppliers want to deal with fewer distributors--distributors who have accurate and efficient operations," says Tony Magliocco, chief operational officer for Brooklyn-based Empire Merchants, a joint-venture co-owned by the Magliocco family and the former owners of Charmer Industries, a subsidary
of the Charmer Sunbelt Company.
Dubai: Qatar Entertainment City (QEC) announced a 100 million riyal (Dh100 million) tender award to HBK Contracting, a subsidary
of Hamad Bin Khalid Companies, for the completion of QEC's phase II infrastructure within 18 months.
UAVengines is owned by Silver Arrow which are an Israeli Drone Specialist and subsidary
of Israeli defence contractor Elbit Systems.
In essence, the podcast publicized the subsidary
's expertise and "thought leadership" in a low-key, informative way.
An interesting subsidary
effect of such activity is described by Monge-Ganuzas et al.
The guarantees are being offered as part of an initiative with Etote - a subsidary
of Datatote - and their Edwin Osbourne is excited by the prospect of bigger jackpots.
Cup Competition: New Brighton 2 (A Nolan, J Harris) Maghull 6 (T Rockcliffe (2), M Conliffe (2), D Johnson, Jo Farrell), Poulton Victoria 2 (J Jones (2)) Merseyside Police 10 (D Gilchest (3), S Jay (2), J Nelson (2), J Thompson, J Woods), West Kirby v Castrol Social, postponed.
NYDEN CORPORATION, A Subsidary
of MYCOM, Inc., San Jose, CA
Founded in 1998, Flavours Direct currently has 38 employees and will continue to trade under its current name as a UK subsidary
a wholly-owned subsidary
of Marsh & McLennan Cos., sees competition for shareholder value splitting the life industry into three components--"a handful of global behemoths" that will dominate the market and increase their share of value creation from 20% today to 35% in 10 years; regional retail-wholesalers who survive a wave of restructurings and consolidation that will see the overall market share of life insurers fall from today's 50% to 35%; and a rising number of specialists, focusing on niches.