KATHMANDU, March 15: Chemical fertilizer factory based on natural gas technology can be established and operated in Nepal, a preliminary study committee for the establishment of a chemical fertilizer factory formed under the coordination of Finance Minister Bishnu Prasad Poudel said in its report.
MUMBAI, July 9: Samsung Electronics has formally opened a new factory in India, which the South Korean tech group says is the world’s biggest mobile phone manufacturing plant, part of its plans to expand production in the world’s fastest growing major mobile phone market.
DALLAS, June 10: A site acquired by Henry Ford in 1914 for his automobile assembly plant and converted into a Bomb producing factory with the turn of World War II was the venue for Nepathya’s maiden show in Dallas of Texas, USA.
CHITWAN, Mar 23: People of Kolar at Kalika Municipality-9 in Chitwan have called for closing the limestone factory based in their locality, citing possibility of its adverse effects on their territory and threat to their overall life.
BIRGUNJ, Dec 21: A massive fire erupted at Super Gas Industry in the outskirts of Birgunj on Wednesday, killing two firefighters who had reached the incident site early in the morning. Two others were severely injured in the incident.
KATHMANDU, Nov 21: MAW Earthmovers Pvt Ltd, the authorized distributor of JCB construction equipment in Nepal, recently organized a visit to JCB main facility in Rocester, UK, for its customers. Issuing a statement on Tuesday, the company said that the Nepalis customers witnessed manufacturing process of heavy equipment during the weeklong visit. The statement further mentioned that JCB has employed 12,000 people in four continents and sells products in 150 countries through 2,000 dealer depot locations. MAW Earthmovers Pvt Ltd, established in 2003, has been selling loaders, wheeled loading shovels, tracked excavators, vibratory compactors, telehanders, skid steer loaders and diesel gensets, among others, according to the statement.
MANILA, Philippines, Feb 2: A Philippine governor says more than 100 workers, including three Japanese, have been injured and at least three are missing in a fire that hit a huge factory south of Manila and sent thousands of employees scampering to safety.