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Global US affiliate (Truly Nolen) officially launched in Cambodia

Truly Nolen International, a US-based global pest control company, officially launched its branch in Cambodia on Friday.

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Cambodia: US$620 million refinery project postpones until 2022

The process of building oil refinery in Preah Sihanouk and Kampot provinces, which is expected to complete in this mid-year, is delayed until 2022, according to Ministry of Mines and Energy.

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Hory Korea-AV Creative jointly import Hory Beam to Cambodia

AV Creative Asia, a leading design firm in Cambodia, has cooperated with Korean companies to import Hory Beam materials to meet the national needs after they signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 16 May.

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IPAF wins court injunction against breach of copyright

The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) has won an injunction against a former member firm that had attempted to copy its accredited training programme and pass it off as its own, said a press released dated 8 May 2019.

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IPAF launches Street Smart safety campaign

IPAF’s Street Smart safety campaign outlines the dangers of using Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) on or next to roads. With the risk of being struck by a passing vehicle such as bus or truck, prior planning is needed so the MEWP can operate safely.

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Lighthouse sponsors Cambodian students to enter engineering sector

The Lighthouse Cambodia is a charitable organisation established in 2010 to help poor and orphan Cambodian students pursue degrees in construction engineering in subjects such as civil and electrical engineering.

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Local pool company offers free pool design service

With improved living standards, more and more Cambodian people own apartments, villas, condo and commercial buildings. Their lifestyles are even better if their house or building has a swimming pool.

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Engineering booms, yet lacks human resources

Cambodia’s engineering sector is booming and creating a lot of work for qualified people but lacks human resources and needs to improve legal management, according to Dr. Lim Sokthai, a professor of architecture and engineering and Dean of Norton University.

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Expert: Cambodia should turn to underground construction

One expert has suggested that Cambodia should turn to take advantage of underground buildings to accommodate human needs.

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First Fire Engineer School Aims for Cambodia

As construction is rising, so as the rise of fire incidents. Cambodia needs to have a Fire Engineer's Institute.

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