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Offer to sell/ Angebot: Oil/Fuel/Hydraulic filters from India
Manufacture and supplier of:/Oil/Fuel/Hydraulic filters for the Caterpillar, Cummins, Komatsu, Hitachi, Kobelco, Kubota and Japanese Forklifts
and Other Models of OIL FILTER . We take this opportunity to make contact and introduce to you our company,
in the process of setting up a plant to manufacture automobile filters used in all the kinds of vehicles, like cars, trucks, jeeps and generators. The three main kinds of filters that are taken up for manufacturing are air, fuel and oil. The plant is coming up in Bhiwari, an industrial township
about 70 Km. South of New Delhi, and the initial manufacturing capacity of the plant is between 15000 filters to 20000 filters per day, depending upon the type and the size of the filters that are manufactured. Apart from manufacturing filters for the Indian automobiles, we are also in a position to make them according to customer's specifications as well for any kind of automobile of foreign make. Besides this, we are making filters for gas turbines, railways, ships and earth moving machinery. Since your company is a supplier of machinery of manufacturing filters, we
would be interested in hearing from you about the various kinds of machinery that you are making for oil, air and fuel filters. The FOB / CIF value of each production line and the production capacity of the same. We are particularly interested in machines that are used to manufacture filters that are mentioned at the end of this mail. Do let us know the lines you make in this category also and the dimensions and the price you can offer to us along with the delivery lead-time and other business terms. Apart from this, we are also keenly exploring the possibilities of the following:
1. Entering into a collaboration with our company and participate in setting up a plant in India. Your expertise is welcome for the technical detailing.
2. Distribution / Marketing arrangements, of the products that would be produced in our plant, in the overseas markets.
3. Arrangement of supply of filters as original equipment to any of the automobile manufacturers in your country.
We have to also make the following filters:Air/Oil/Fuel/Hydraulic filters for the Caterpillar, Cummins, Komatsu, Hitachi, Kobelco, Kubota and Japanese Forklifts.Other Models
A-2/11, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi - 110 029, India.
Ph. #: 91-11-6196135/6196136/6194593; Fax #: 91-11-6121020
E. Mail:

New Process for Manufacturing Cement:
We have developed a very unique method of grinding ore for the mining industries. This same method of grinding will also work for grinding
clinkers to manufactured cement, as well as lower production costs.We started by putting your clinkers through our Rotary Crusher which 85%
will be quickly crushed to ¼ inch minus. The autogenous, high inerta, rotating accelerator has a 30 inch rotor, traveling at a rate of 14,000 fpm,
flinging clinkers against other clinkers lodged on a shelf in the middle of an annular opening. 80% of the energy in the projectile clinker is
dissipated on the clinker which is struck. The in place clinker is fractured, falls through the opening and is replaced on the shelf by the
projectile clinker. When compared to others of equal capacity, wear and tear on this innovative, lightweight, power-miser crusher is significantly
reduced by virtue of this clinker crushing clinker technique. Our Rotary Crusher is capable of crushing 240 ton per day.
The crushed material is then conveyed to our Vibratory Grinder which is capable of producing 12,000 lbs. of impact grinding force at a frequency of 3,500 cycles per minute. This is an application of pure impact force and not, by contrast with a conventional ball mill, attrition force,
consequently mechanical wear and tear on the grinding media is reduced to a point of nonexistence.the vibratory Grinder is driven by 7 ½ HP electric motor, rotating a central steel shaft with a 25 lb. eccentric weights at each end, causing an elliptical vibratory motion. The entire unit is suspended on a set of special alloy springs which directs energy in a calculated geometric pattern. The results is an extremely effective use of available energy. This use of pure impact energy reduces or eliminates steel losses and prevents contamination of the finished product. Contrary to a ball mill, no liners are needed and there is no need for heavy reinforced, cured-concrete foundations, allowing for more rapid installation times and lower site-prep costs. Our Vibratory Grinder is capable of grinding 100 ton per day.80% of the material being discharged from the Vibratory Grinder passes a 300 mesh sieve, 20% passes a 400 mesh sieve.What makes this system unique is you can eliminate dry storage of cement powder. Clinkers are much easier to store than dry cement powder. You need only grind what you are going to use or ship. When you turn on the system it starts producing immediately.We are looking for some one to buy the rights to start manufacturing and
marketing this unique product.
Contact: Mr. Patrick Estes
HC 30 Box 2-B
Concho, Arizona, 85924USA
Tel: 520 537-0388 Tel: 520 360-0458 cellular , e-mail:

Our goal at AIE Pharmaceuticals is to provide the highest quality products and provide best and most up-to-date information possible. However, this information is provided as a guideline only for discussion with your physician or health care provider. We do not warrantee and shall have no liability for any information regarding health, fitness or any other product on our site. Always consult with your physician or health care provider before taking any medications, supplements, dietary, nutritional, homeopathic, herbal or fitness products. The approaches described in this web site are not offered as cures, prescriptions, diagnosis, or means of diagnosis to different conditions. AIE assumes no responsibility in the correct or incorrect use of this information and no attempt should be made to use any of this information as a form of treatment without the approval and guidance of your doctor. Statements made, or products sold through this web site have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These statements, or products, are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

TOSHIBA Tungaloy Europa GmbH is looking for business partners

TOSHIBA Tungaloy Europa GmbH is looking for business partners
We are a daughter-company of the Japanese cutting tool manufacturer Toshiba Tungaloy Co. Ltd.
and we are the only and responsible representatives for all distribution-activities in Europe.
Worldwide, 1999 we achieved a turnover of approx. DM 500 million together with 1200 employees.
On the basis of our strong expansion, we are looking for strong and
committed distribution partners in Europe and Turkey, South Africa, Russia.
Target group of our customers:
Automobile-industry, aerospace industry, metal-processing industry, ball
bearing industry, machine producers/manufacturer, railway industry, machining industry.
Our product:
Turning, milling, drilling, reaming, chamfering tools.
Ceramic, PCBN, PCD, carbide and cermet inserts.
Die and mould products
Pay attention to our Web pages or or
If you are interested? Contact:
TOSHIBA Tungaloy Europa GmbH,
Mr. Elmar Klug (Sales Manager Export)
Elisabeth-Selbert-Strasse 3
40764 Langenfeld / Germany
Tel.: (+49) 02173 90420-0 , Fax: (+49) 02173 90420-49 , Email:

Africans doing business in Internet

In Internet under WWBO Business Opportunities, the German-HomePage is presenting companies with their products and services.The companies can enter their company data online on available questionnaire.Here is a chance for used machine dealers to engage in business with Africans. For many years the African countries have complained that the information channels of the world have bypassed them.Africans are excited that just as long as they have the suitable hardware -- they can use Internet just as easily as anybody in Europe and the USA. Contact: see WWBO

Huge printing market in Chile

Santiago de Chile (bfai)-Enterprises in Chile are looking for used and reconditioned printing machines.
The Andes country has with 2,900 printers a very strong graphic printing industry, which also serves the neighboring countries Brazil and Argentina. The slowdown in growth and a devaluation of the Chilean peso have led to a higher demand for used machines, which already have a nearly 50 percent share of the market. In Chile, practically all of the required printing machines are imported.

Bulgaria needs agricultural machinery

Technology not quite up to date: agriculture in Bulgaria

Sofia (bfai) - The continuing economic and financial crisis in Rulgaria has affected first and fore-
most the agricultural sector. Because of the lack of money for new acquisitions, 70 to 75 state-owned comyanies in the agriculture sector are being privatized. The expected 35- to 40-million-US-dollar (net) profit is to be appropriated for the purchase of tractors and combine harvesters. Used machines have good prospects.New laws should prevent the out-dated technology. The number of tractors has decreased to slightly above 14,000 since 1991, and thenumber of combines has decreased by 50 percent. The already low traction power of 72 PS/100 ha (Compare to 250 to 460 PS/100 ha in Western Europe.) has dropped to 47 PS/100 ha.The agricultural repair shops have in principle been liquidated. The trained specialists have either moved to another sector or have retiled. A "remedy" has been provided by state-owned companies for mechanized services and the unions. With ca. two percent, the private sector has only a small share of the market.

Romania Europe's tailors

Bucharest (bfai) -- The Rumanian market for textile machines is growing. More and more small busi-
nesses are buying simple, inexpensive machines. Mainly orders from Western Europe keep the clothing industry running at full capacity and also increase its economic importance. Over a third of the exported goods are textiles.Though the old and inefficient machines are being exchanged, Rumanian investors still tend to buy only second-hand machines. About 50 to 70 percent of the West European machinemade textiles are being proluced by the existing Rumanian production lines. Most machine manufacturers only offer leasing arrangements to the small companies, because limited capital and high interest rates make standard credits too risky.



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China: Verstärkte Suche nach Informationssicherheit
Die VR China sorgt sich über die zunehmenden Attacken auf ihre Informationsnetze. Daher baut das Land an einer "Großen Mauer", diesmal nicht aus Steinen and Mörtel, sondern aus Firewalls and anderen Abwehrmechanismen, um Daten vor Angriffen von außen and innen zu schützen. Die Behörden sehen das Land in einer gefährlichen Abhängigkeit von ausländischen Produkten and wollen verstärkt auf die Entwicklung and den Einsatz von chinesischen Sicherheitslösungen hinarbeiten.

China: Shanghai weiterhin Vorreiter .bei Wirtschaftswachstum
Wieder eine zweistellige Wachstumsrate sieht die politische Führung Shanghais für das Bruttoinlandsprodukt (BIP) im Jahr 2002.
Landesweit rechnen offizielle Stellen nur mit einem Plus von rund sieben Prozent. Unterstützt wird die Entwicklung durch hohe städtische Anlageinvestitionen. Ungefähr 24 Milliarden US?Dollar sollen in öffentliche Infrastruktur? and Wohnungsbauprojekte sowie in die technische Modernisierung traditioneller Industriezweige fließen. Ferner sollen ausländische Investoren zur Realisierung der ehrgeizigen Pläne beitragen

Polen:Zaghafte Konsolidierung der Textilbranche
In Polens Textilindustrie ist ein Fusions? and Übernahmeprozess in Gang gekommen. Da ausländische Unternehmen so gut wie kein Interesse an polnischen Textilbetrieben zeigen, vollzieht sich diese Entwicklung aus eigenen Kräften. Die ersten zwei Firmengruppen wurden aus der Taufe gehoben, drei weitere könnten nach Auffassung der Kammer für Textilindustrie noch entstehen. Ziel der Konsolidierung ist die Kosteneindämmung sowie die Modernisierung der Produktion. Letzteres dürfte auch die Textilmaschinenbauer aufhorchen lassen.

Polen: Handelsketten investieren weiterhin in Polen
Deutsche, französische, niederländische, portugiesische and britische Handelskonzerne wollen 2002 in Polen weiterhin hohe Summen in den Ausbau ihrer Hyper? and Supermarktketten investieren and das, obwohl im Einzelhandel derzeit eine miese Grundstimmung herrscht. Sollten ausnahmslos alle Investitionspläne realisiert werden, würde das Bautempo der Vorjahre nur leicht unterboten. Dadurch winken unter anderem spezialisierten Bauunternehmen, Herstellern von Investitionsgütern für den Einzelhandel and Logistikfirmen neue Aufträge.

Jugoslawien: Mehr Sicherheit für potenzielle Investoren in Jugoslawien
Wenn Jugoslawiens Wirtschaft mehr als vier Prozent jährlich wachsen soll, braucht das Land künftig ausländische Kapitalzuflüsse von mindestens 1 Milliarde USDollar pro Jahr. Die Belgrader Regierung bemüht sich redlich, "juristisches Geröll" zu beseitigen and potenziellen Investoren den Weg zu ebnen. Nach der Neuregelung des serbischen Privatisierungs? and Arbeitsrechts ist nun auch das neue Bundesgesetz über ausländische Investitionen unter Dach and Fach. Es ist bereits veröffentlicht and am 25. Januar 2002 in Kraft getreten.

Lettland: Umweltsanierung macht gute Fortsch ritte
Lettlands Maßnahmen zum Umweltschutz sind vor dem Hintergrund des geplanten EU?Beitritts zu sehen. Die Verhandlungen mit Brüssel sind bereits weitgehend abgeschlossen. Die Umsetzung neuer Gesetze im Umweltbereich bietet ausländischen Investoren and Lieferanten vielfache Möglichkeiten zur Beteiligung. Teilweise können hierbei auch internationale Finanzierungsprogramme in Anspruch genommen werden. Für 2002 stehen Lettland im Rahmen von ISPA rd. 50 Mio. Euro zur Verfügung.

Mittel and Osteuropa: Wasserzähler gefragt
Die Öffnung der Märkte in Mittel? and Osteuropa bringt auch den Herstellern von Wohnungswasserzählern deutliche Vorteile. Die Unternehmensberatung Frost & Sullivan prognostiziert der Branche bei sinkenden Preisen Umsatzsteigerungen von 66,1 Millionen US?Dollar im Jahr 2001 auf 83,4 Millionen US?Dollar im Jahr 2008 ? ein durchschnittlicher Jahreszuwachs von 3,4 Prozent. Weitere Wachstumsmotoren sind die zunehmende Bedeutung von Umwelttechnologien sowie die Bemühungen um internationale Standardisierung and um die Umsetzung von EUVorschriften.

Rumänien: Technologieparks für ITBranche kommen in Mode
Rumänien setzt in jüngster Zeit verstärkt auf die Entwicklung des Sektors Informations? and Kommunikationstechnik (IuK). Software?Spezialisten im Land haben einen weltweit guten Ruf, and zumindest in der Region ist Rumänien führend auf diesem Gebiet. Landesweit entstehen Technologieparks, kleine Silicon Valleys, in denen Software?Firmen gute Rahmenbedingungen vorfinden and auch Steuervergünstigungen erhalten. Nicht zuletzt soll mit diesen Einrichtungen der Exodus der rumänischen Software?Spezialisten Richtung Westen gestoppt werden.

Russland: Vereinfachtes Einfuhrregime für technische Konsumgüter
Importeure ausgewählter Erzeugnisse (insgesamt 50 Warengruppen) ? in erster Linie aus dem Bereich technische Konsumgüter ?können ab Mitte Februar 2002 in Russland mit einer beschleunigten Zollabfertigung rechnen. Die Warenbegleitpapiere können bereits vor der faktischen Einfuhr beim Zoll zur Bearbeitung eingereicht werden. Eine seit Anfang 2001 zumeist obligatorische Zollbeschau entfällt. Um jedoch gleichzeitig die Kontrolle über die betroffenen Lieferungen nicht zu verlieren, dürfen nur bestimmte Zollämter angefahren werden.

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