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Kodak Sonora Plates hits a milestone

Kodak has announced that its Sonora Process Free Plates have reached a significant milestone with 1,000 customers having adopted the technology that removes the plate processing step completely. Printing companies around the world

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PayTabs solution to boost e-commerce in Mideast

PayTabs, a payment processing solution company co-owned by Saudi Aramco Entrepreneurship Ventures (Wa'ed), is set to launch its online payment processing solutions in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and the rest of the GCC.  

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Amadeus launches new airport operations platform

Amadeus, a leading technology partner to the global travel industry, has launched its ‘airport common use services’ (ACUS), a next-generation airport platform capable of carrying out all passenger processing functions.

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Unifico opens RAK copper facility

Switzerland-based Unifico Copper has announced the opening of its new regional facility for copper and gold processing in Ras Al Khaimah. The hi-tech facility, spread over an area of two million square metres, is expected to

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Saudi organic foods claim 90pc of GCC market

Saudi Arabia’s domestic organic and natural foods sector is currently valued at around SR1 billion ($266 million), accounting for 90 per cent of the regional market, said the organisers of an upcoming food processing event in Riyadh. The 1

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Expo to reflect trends in food processing

New priorities and challenges in processing and packaging in the global food and beverage industry will be reflected at in an upcoming event in Dubai. Gulfood, the region’s largest food, drink, foodservice and hospitality exhibition will b

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Meat industry to meet up at IFFA

Around 900 companies from 47 countries will be showcasing their new meat products at IFFA, the international trade fair for the meat industry representing the entire production chain – from slaughtering and processing to packaging and sales.

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Saudi food and agro imports 'to top $15bn'

Saudi Arabia’s food and agricultural imports are expected to grow 25 per cent in 2009 to surpass the SR56.35 billion ($15 billion) spent on such products in 2008, according to a report. The country is currently the GCC’s largest agric

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