Explore Issue 05 of EME Outlook Magazine, the B2B magazine for Europe and the Middle East.

Latest 05 Corporate Stories

Rigshospitalet : Denmark’s Medical Specialists

Rigshospitalet will continue in its efforts to remain the preferred choice for patients in need of highly specialised treatment.

Previder : Low Cost, High Quality

Previder has gone from strength to strength since its acquisition by the Odin Group, and is now looking to introduce its solutions internationally.

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Argos Energies : The Netherlands’ Fastest Growing Oil Company

Argos Energies intends to use its extensive market experience and knowledge to keep ahead of this industry curve.

Barco Fredrikstad : Globally Renowned Innovators in Visualisation

Barco Frederikstad is a brand that is known as a leader in its field, boasting state-of-the-art equipment and testing facilities.

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Fjord Line : Propelling Energy Efficient Shipping

An award-winning company known for its energy-efficiency commitments, Fjord Line has experienced rapid expansion of its passenger and cargo business in recent years.

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FM Logistic : Demandingness, Drive, Entrepreneurship

FM Logistic continues to expand its supply chain footprint and offering in line with its core internal values for customer satisfaction.

Costa Rica is Fossil Fuel Free for 75 Days

According to the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE), Costa Rica didn't burn fossil fuels for the first 75 days of 2015.

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Adidas Turnaround Plan Brings Production Back to Europe

Adidas has outlined a new strategy that includes manufacturing some of its apparel in Europe rather than Asia.

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Lafarge Shares Drop amid Holcim Deal Dispute

Shares in French cement group, Lafarge have fallen by around two percent following disputes with Swiss merger partner, Holcim.

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Christo Botes : How to Grow Your Business

Christo Botes says that while some mistakes can sometimes be fatal to a business, they also teach entrepreneurs very important lessons. 

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