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Mitsui to keep stake in Australia's Kestrel coking coal mine

By: Reuters     1st June 2018 Mitsui & Co will hold on to its 20% stake in the Kestrel coking coal mine in Australia even after the planned sale of Rio Tinto's 80% stake in the mine, a spokesman for the Japanese trading house said on Friday. "We will continue to be involved in the Kestrel mine with new partners," the... 

Lost in space?

By: Rebecca Campbell     25th May 2018 Analysts say that the planet Earth’s rapidly-growing space economy could hit $600-billion by 2030 and $1-trillion by 2040. Clearly, the space economy, worth some $350-billion today, is growing rapidly.  

Yokogawa Releases Plant Resource Manager (PRM®) R4.01

17th April 2018 New maintenance and operations support function for the display of statistical information on the status of all plant devices   

Japan's Mitsubishi Materials sees H1 copper output up 7% y/y

By: Reuters     2nd April 2018 Mitsubishi Materials, Japan's third-biggest copper smelter, said on Monday it plans to produce 187 374 t of refined copper during April-September, up 7% from the same period last year. The company expects output at its Naoshima smelter and refinery in western Japan to rise 11%, while production... 

Rio Tinto sees iron-ore market staying balanced through 2019 – exec

By: Reuters     23rd March 2018 Rio Tinto expects the global iron ore market to stay balanced through 2019 despite a likely moderation in steel demand growth in China, the world's biggest steel consumer, a senior executive said on Friday. "I think the iron-ore market is pretty well balanced...We don't see remarkable change in... 

BHP sees limited impact on steel market from US new tariffs

By: Reuters     22nd March 2018 Global miner BHP anticipates planned new US steel import tariffs will have a limited impact on both the steel market and the firm, and doesn't foresee a chain reaction from other countries, a senior official said on Thursday. "I think direct impact on steel is quite marginal because the United... 

EU says expects contacts, no formal talks with US on tariffs this week

By: Reuters     12th March 2018 The European Commission said it expected to be in contact with the US over steel and aluminium tariffs this week, but added that no formal talks were scheduled. "No meetings as such are planned at the moment between US and EU authorities," a spokesman for the European Commission told a regular... 

Yokogawa Releases Device Lifecycle Management, a New IIoT Service for the Cloud-based Management of Device Information

28th February 2018 A key to success in digital asset management Yokogawa Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6841) announces the introduction*1 of Device Lifecycle Management, a new IIoT cloud-based service for the management of information on plant assets. This is an information management support service for the... 

Rusal quest for value to dent Glencore's aluminium clout

By: Reuters     27th February 2018 Mining giant Glencore's deal to buy aluminium from Rusal will be renewed from 2019, but the tonnage is likely to be much lower as the Russian producer taps into growing demand for value-added products, two sources close to the matter said. Unless it sources from additional suppliers, the... 

New Toyota magnet cuts dependence on key rare earth metal for EV motors

By: Reuters     20th February 2018 Toyota Motor Corp has found a way to reduce the amount of a key rare earth metal used in magnets for electric car motors by around 20%, which could tame the cost of producing electric cars and reduce the risk of a supply shortage of materials needed for their production. The Japanese automaker... 

Japan's steel industry urges Trump to make careful trade decision

By: Reuters     19th February 2018 Japan's steel industry said on Monday the US Commerce Department proposal to President Donald Trump to impose curbs on steel imports violate the principles of free trade, calling for Washington to make a careful and appropriate decision. The US Commerce Department recommended on Friday that Trump... 

Mitsui to raise stake in Chile's Collahuasi copper mine

By: Reuters     16th February 2018 Japanese trading house Mitsui & Co said on Friday it will reshuffle its copper assets in Chile, increasing its stake in the Collahuasi mine and selling a small stake in the Los Pelambres mine, boosting its overall copper volumes. Mitsui said it would buy a 3.6% stake in Collahuasi from JX Nippon... 

Russian views on the future of civil aeronautics

By: Rebecca Campbell     16th February 2018 People are concerned about noise, emissions and safety. We are working to make aviation safer, greener and more comfortable for people,” highlighted Professor Sergey Chernyshev, general director of Russia’s renowned Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (much better known in English by the... 

Russian views on the future of civil aeronautics

By: Rebecca Campbell     16th February 2018 “People are concerned about noise, emissions, and safety. We are working to make aviation safer, greener and more comfortable for people,” highlighted Professor Sergey Chernyshev, General Director of Russia’s renowned Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (much better known in English by the... 

Sumitomo sees Ambatovy at 50% utilisation rate in Jan to March

By: Reuters     8th February 2018 Sumitomo said on Thursday it expects its Ambatovy nickel/cobalt project in Madagascar to run at about a 50% utilisation rate in the January-March quarter, rising to 80% from April. The trading house said last week that the project had resumed operations from end-January after halting operations... 

Japan's Mitsui wins bidding war for Australian gas producer AWE

By: Reuters     5th February 2018 Mitsui & Co won a three-way bidding war to take over Australia's AWE, after rival Mineral Resources failed to match the Japanese trading giant's A$594-million offer. Assuming the deal goes ahead, it would mark Mitsui's first takeover of an Australian company and give it a 50% stake in the... 

India demand picks up after tax announcement

By: Reuters     2nd February 2018 Demand for physical gold improved this week in India as jewellers resumed purchases after the government kept import taxes on the precious metal unchanged, while buying remained subdued in most other centres in Asia. Jewellers in India had delayed purchases earlier this week and offered gold at... 

Mitsui boosts profit forecast on higher iron-ore, coal prices

By: Reuters     2nd February 2018 Japanese trading company Mitsui & Co on Friday said its April-December profits jumped over 60% from the year before and raised its full-year forecast to record levels, boosted by higher prices for iron ore and coking coal. Mitsui is now forecasting a net profit of 440-billion yen, up from its... 

Mitsui heats up bidding war for Australian gas producer AWE

By: Reuters     29th January 2018 Japan's Mitsui & Co has made a $481-million offer to buy Australia's AWE, trumping bids from two other companies that are vying for a stake in a promising onshore gas field. The Mitsui offer of A$0.95 a share in cash, or about A$594-million, marks the first full takeover bid by the Japanese... 

Japan's record exports, manufacturing, point to powerhouse economy

By: Reuters     24th January 2018 Japan’s exports to China and Asia hit record levels as shipments rose for a thirteenth straight month in December and manufacturing growth hit a four-year high in January, pointing to an economy that powered through the fourth quarter and into 2018. The Ministry of Finance (MOF) said on Wednesday... 

Yokogawa Develops N-IO Standard Field Enclosure and Control System Virtualization Platform

10th January 2018 For improved agility in implementing control system projects Yokogawa Electric Corporation (Tokyo: 6841) announces that it has developed an N-IO standard field enclosure and a control system virtualization platform. The enclosure is a weatherproof remote IO cabinet that stores IO devices used by... 

Tokyo Electric says Canada's Cameco seeks $682m in damages

By: Creamer Media Reporter      19th December 2017 Japan's Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco) has revealed that Canadian uranium major Cameco is seeking $681.9-million in damages following a dispute that has driven the former partners to international arbitration. News agency Reuters reported from Tokyo, Japan, that Tepco has confirmed receipt of a... 

Biomass-fired circulating fluidised-bed boiler, Japan

By: Sheila Barradas     15th December 2017 Andritz has been awarded an order to deliver the boiler. 

TOXIC BROADCAST

8th December 2017 A pedestrian, wearing a surgical mask, turns to watch a television screen while walking in Tokyo, Japan, on November 29. The television channel was broadcasting North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un’s announcement of yet another ballistic missile launch, shattering a two-month period of relative quiet.... 

SMS group strengthens its position as service provider in Japan

7th December 2017 Cooperation between Japan Engineering Network, Co. (JEN) and SMS group K.K. bundles competences in repair service for continuous casting plants Japan Engineering Network, Co.(JEN) and SMS group K.K., based in Tokyo, Japan, have signed a business partnership agreement on repair services for... 

Electric cars' success leaves Toyota isolated with hydrogen bet

By: Bloomberg     27th November 2017 Toyota Motor, which has made a big bet on hydrogen-powered cars, is looking more isolated as industry rivals double down on plug-in electric vehicles as the dominant technology in the emerging post-fossil fuel era. Three years ago, Toyota president Akio Toyoda, grandson of company founder... 

Gold heading for worst weekly run in '17 as higher rates loom

By: Bloomberg     6th October 2017 Gold has taken a relentless battering. Prices are poised to drop for a fourth week, the worst streak of losses this year, on prospects for higher U.S. interest rates, a rising dollar, a strong American economy and record equity markets. Fears over a potential nuclear conflict with North Korea... 

Yokogawa to Conduct PoC Test of Remote Pump Monitoring Service Using Its IIoT Architecture

28th September 2017 Creating new value by working with partner companies Yokogawa Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6841) announces that it has begun working with Iwaki Co., Ltd. on a proof-of-concept (PoC) test for a remote pump monitoring service. This service will use an Industrial IoT (IIoT) architecture that is... 

The six major economies reaffirm their commitment to free trade

By: Keith Campbell     15th September 2017 Leaders of six of the world’s ten biggest economies have reaffirmed their support for free trade, at two high level meetings held in Asia recently. The countries concerned are Brazil, China, India, Japan, Russia and the UK. In terms of gross domestic product (GDP) measured in purchasing power... 

Ballard surges on design that reduces platinum in fuel cells

By: Bloomberg     14th September 2017 Ballard Power Systems, a supplier of fuel-cell power systems, surged to a three-year high after announcing a technology breakthrough that replaces most of the high-cost platinum used in earlier design. Ballard gained 24% to $4.59 at 3:08 pm, in New York, the most intraday in more than a year and... 

Isuzu Motors South Africa unveils leadership changes

By: Irma Venter     1st September 2017 Isuzu Motors South Africa (IMSAf) has announced a number of leadership appointments in support of the purchase of all Isuzu-related assets from General Motors South Africa (GMSA), effective January next year. Haruyasu Tanishige, in addition to his current role of senior executive officer for the... 

Toyota to begin Durban assembly of Hino trucks in November

By: Irma Venter     25th August 2017 Assembly of the new Hino 500 Series truck will start at Toyota South Africa Motors’ Durban plant in November. The first prototypes have already been built, says Hino South Africa senior manager Leslie Long. 

New Isuzu SA business to be headed by GMSA CFO, Michael Sacke

By: Irma Venter     22nd August 2017 Isuzu Motors South Africa (IMSAf) on Tuesday announced a number of leadership appointments in support of the purchase of all Isuzu-related assets from General Motors South Africa (GMSA), effective January next year. Haruyasu Tanishige, in addition to his current role of senior executive officer... 

Sumitomo Metal Mining exits Solomon Islands nickel exploration project

By: Reuters     8th August 2017 Japan's Sumitomo Metal Mining said on Tuesday it will withdraw from a nickel exploration project in the Solomon Islands owing to slumping nickel prices, harsh business circumstances and the outcome of legal proceedings. Sumitomo Metal Mining, which began exploring in the Solomons in 2005, has... 

Yokogawa Establishes Sustainability Goals for the Year 2050

7th August 2017 - Addressing global issues through co-innovation to create new value - Yokogawa Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6841) announces that it has developed sustainability goals for the year 2050 that will guide its efforts to make the world a better place for future generations. 

Local assembly of new Hino 500 to start in Durban in November

By: Irma Venter     1st August 2017 Assembly of the new Hino 500 Series truck will start at Toyota South Africa Motors’ Durban plant in November. The first prototypes have already been built, says Hino South Africa senior manager Leslie Long. 

Explosive Trillian report hints at massive State capture

By: News24Wire      29th June 2017 Advocate Geoff Budlender's report into the investigation of Gupta-linked company Trillian Capital has revealed shocking instances of corruption. Outgoing Trillian chair Tokyo Sexwale discussed the report with reporters on Thursday afternoon, and called for the report to be included in a judicial... 

Nippon Steel, Australian miners to set quarterly coking coal prices using spot indexes

By: Reuters     12th June 2017 Japan's top steelmaker, Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp will set quarterly coking coal prices using spot price indexes starting from the current quarter, a company spokesman said on Monday. The decision to move to spot prices ends a decades-old system where bilateral talks between buyers and... 

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