latest news releases from the newsroom
OMHEX completes divestment of office in Edinburgh through MBO
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Sept. 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- As a part of OMHEX' (then OM) cost reduction program announced on June 30, 2003, OMHEX' operations in Edinburgh have been closed down and divested. This transaction is now completed through a Management Buy-Out ('MBO').
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V-Net Beverages, Inc. -- Two Patented Technologies Received US Patent Office Approval
TEMECULA, Calif. Sept. 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- V-Net Beverages, Inc. (Pink Sheets:VNTB), a Temecula, California publicly traded company, trading under the stock symbol VNTB is pleased to announce that "Impact Beverages Inc.," of which, V-Net Beverages, Inc. is acquiring a 25% stake, has recently received US Patent Office approval for two of its four patent pending technologies.
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V-Net Beverages Inc. Acquired 20% Interest of Nutritional Beverages LLC
TEMECULA, Calif., Sept. 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- V-Net Beverages, Inc. (Pink Sheets:VNTB), a Temecula, California publicly traded company, trading under the stock symbol VNTB, is pleased to announce that it has completed negotiations to acquire a 20% interest in a newly developed beverage manufacturing company located in Phoenix, Arizona.
Murray Income Trust -- Video Interview
GLASGOW, U.K., Sept. 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Performance update and indepth interview available now on www.cantos.com with Ross Watson, Fund Manager of Murray Income Trust (Other OTC:ZZDFT) (Other OTC:XXZKC).
Scania first to receive type approval in Japan
SODERTALJE, Sweden, Sept. 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Scania (Other OTC:SVKBF) is the first foreign heavy truck make to receive Japanese type approval. Scania's business partner Hino will market Scania in competition with domestic as well as imported brands. "Hino's introduction of a line of Scania trucks represents our firm entry into the Japanese market," comments Scania's President and CEO Leif Ostling.
Hansabank Group changes its structure
TALLINN, Finland, Sept. 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- From October 1, Hansabank (Other OTC:HNSBF) will change to country-based management, simplifying the organizational structure.The new business units will be Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, where Hansabank offers all financial services, and Russia, where it is active in leasing and trade finance. In the new organizational structure, leasing companies that so far were consolidated under Hansa Capital, will be integrated into country-based business units.