Sirius Minerals Plc has announced that it has signed binding take-or-pay supply agreements to supply POLY4 to Guangzhou Eiliseng Biotech Co. Ltd and Yantai Service Agricultural Science and Technology Co. Ltd.
Tracegrow, a Finnish cleantech company, has selected Pöyry as its partner for delivering project and engineering services around Tracegrow’s novel clean technology.
Fuel Tech Inc. has released a statement announcing the receipt of multiple air pollution control contracts from customers in the US and China.
The new facility in Connecticut, US, has 40% more capacity than the former three-building Somers campus.
Based in Durban, home to the busiest port in the country on the East Coast of South Africa, Bagtech International is truly a South African company with a passion for Africa. At the helm of is Fred Coelho who is at the centre of every project undertaken.
Verde AgriTech Plc has announced that on site plant assembly has now commenced at its processing plant in Brazil.
Blackline Safety Corp. has released a statement introducing its new G7 Insight, a new offering that equips businesses in the energy, utility and telecom sectors with a new global standard for gas detection.
Crystal Financial has released a statement announcing the closing of a US$70 million senior credit facility for Southern States Cooperative.
Hawk Energy has partnered with Airponix, which will harvest its first large crop of potatoes grown without soil, in a promising sign for a technology that claims it can deliver high vegetable yields with minimal costs and environmental degradation.
GSI’s InterSystems brand has introduced a new fertilizer plow conveyor to the market, offering an alternative to traditional conveyor systems for sorting incoming product at fertilizer handling facilities.
Maire Tecnimont and Bio-on have signed an investment agreement that regulates the entry of Maire Green Chemicals in the share capital of U-Coat (Urea Coating) S.p.A. with an equal 50% participation.
Sandvik has released a statement revealing that it will be exhibiting at ACHEMA this year for the first time.
Max-IR Labs has been awarded a grant of US$225 000 from the National Science Foundation to continue its development of a novel real-time optical sensor for nitrate detection in water and soil.