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New CEO of the Datwyler Group

As was announced in spring 2016, Dirk Lambrecht took over management of the Datwyler Group as CEO on 1 January 2017. Paul Hälg, who held the position from 2004, stepped down at the end of 2016 and will be recommended for election to the post of Chairman at the Annual General Meeting in March 2017. He will succeed Ulrich Graf, who will be stepping down from his post for age-related reasons after 12 years at the 2017 Annual General Meeting.

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SSAB invests in its Nordic Operations

SSAB will invest more than SEK 500 million in its Nordic operations to support the automotive growth strategy, increased production stability and reduced energy consumption. The investments will be made in operations at the Hämeenlinna and Luleå sites and the projects will start in late 2016.

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GSE Environmental to add manufacturing Capacity with New Geonet and Geocomposite Line

GSE Environmental, the leading global manufacturer and marketer of geosynthetic lining solutions, announced that in response to high demand for innovative drainage products, they are constructing a new manufacturing line in the Kingstree, SC facility. The new line will be capable of producing GSE’s full line of biplanar and triplanar geonet and geocomposite products. In addition, GSE will be converting its Houston production facility to accommodate biplanar production and allow more timely, economical delivery of these products to customers in the Western US and Mexico.

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SMT Scharf increases Profitability in H1 2016

SMT Scharf AG (WKN 575198, ISIN DE0005751986) reports significant year-on-year profitability growth despite revenue falling during the accounting period. Given a reduction in business generated with new machines, the service business again exerted a stabilising effect on consolidated revenue during the second quarter.

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Sika opens new Production Plant in Australia

With the opening of a new production plant in Bibra Lake near Perth, Sika is paving the way for future growth in Western Australia. The new site will increase capacities for concrete admixtures and synthetic fibers, improve finished goods warehousing and logistics and accommodate future mortar production facilities.

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Exploration Initiative paves Way for Future

Statement by QRC Chief Executive Michael Roche

The Queensland resources sector may be well past the investment boom phase but tonight’s federal budget confirms the sector will deliver strong export growth with the return from minerals and LNG outperforming other sectors.

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New Beginning: Mott MacDonald positioning for Growth in North America

Global engineering and management firm Mott MacDonald is accelerating its growth plans in North America with the addition of over 2000 professionals and 62 offices from the former Hatch Mott MacDonald joint venture. The move strengthens its existing specialist service businesses which range from infrastructure finance to alternative energy to climate resilience.

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Wirtgen Group expands to new Dimensions

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Photo: The Wirtgen Group's bauma 2016 exhibition area was designed to reflect the process cycle in road construction: crushing and screening; mixing, paving and compacting; and milling and recycling. (Source: Wirtgen Group)

Five product brands, 11,712 m² of exhibition space, 1,200 m² Skywalk, 93 exhibits and 30 trade fair premieres: To present its full range of products and services, the Wirtgen Group's exhibition area at bauma 2016 was expanded again both out and up. Wirtgen Group City lured countless visitors to the South Exhibition Ground.

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