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  • Dec 20, 2012
    FinnvedenBulten grows its light weight business >

    FinnvedenBulten announces today that the division Finnveden Metal Structures has signed an agreement with Beijing Hainachuan Automotive Parts Co., Ltd (BHAP) and Amgain Shandong Magnesium Co., Ltd (Amgain) to form a Joint Venture for manufacturing of light weight die casted components in China. Simultaneously, the division has received a significant order from a European automotive manufacturer to deliver die cast magnesium structures. The annual value of the order is approximately 80 MSEK and the contract runs for about ten years. Both these events further strengthen FinnvedenBulten's position within die casted magnesium components.

  • Dec 20, 2012
    Local court admits application for protective shield proceedings of SiC Processing GmbH >

    The local court in Amberg has, upon application by SiC Processing GmbH on December 18, 2012, ordered debtor-in-possession proceedings in accordance with section 270b of the German Insolvency Code (Insolvenzordnung). The Court followed the proposal of the Company and appointed Dr Hubert Ampferl, partner of Nuremberg-based law firm Dr Beck & Partner, as preliminary supervisor (Sachwalter). Dr Ampferl has extensive experience of financial restructurings.

  • Dec 19, 2012
    ConvaTec prevails in patent case brought by Smith & Nephew >

    ConvaTec, a world-leading developer of innovative medical technologies, is pleased to announce that the Court of Appeal in the Royal Courts of Justice in the United Kingdom has upheld a previous court's decision validating ConvaTec's  patent for its innovative design and manufacturing process for  producing silver wound dressings.

  • Dec 14, 2012
    Strengthened relations between Capio and European trade unions through new European Works Council agreement >

    During Capio's eight European Works Council Meeting in Paris, on 29-30 November 2012, a new European Works Council agreement, in accordance with the new EU directive 2009/38/EG, was signed. The new agreement offers, among many other improvements, stronger definitions of information and consultation.

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