Oct 312016
 
توانائی موثر حل فراہم کرنے والے لیونگسٹروم نے چین کے ایک ادارے کے خلاف پیٹنٹ کی خلاف ورزی کی استدعا پر تصفیہ کرلیا

ویلس ول، نیو یارک، یکم نومبر 2016ء/پی آرنیوزوائر/– لیونگسٹروم اپنی ایئر پری ہیٹر ٹیکنالوجیوں کے حقوق کے تحفظ پر جما ہوا ہے۔ چند چینی صارفین نے مصنوعات کے ناقص معیار کی شکایت کی تھی جو لیونگسٹروم کے پیٹنٹ یافتہ ڈی این ایف (ر) گرمائش کے عنصر کی نقل پائے گئے تھے۔ جنوبی چین میں گھٹیا نقلی مصنوعات فراہم کرنے والے ایک ادارے کی شناخت کے بعد لیونگسٹروم نے اوائل 2016ء میں جن ہوا، چی جیانگ کی عدالت میں ایک پیٹنٹ خلاف ورزی معاہدے کا مقدمہ دائر کیا۔ لوگو – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161028/433824LOGO اس ادارے کے ساتھ تصفیے کا معاہدہ طے پا گیا ہے کہ وہ لیونگسٹروم کے پیٹنٹ کی خلاف ورزی بند کرے گا اور اس خلاف ورزی پر بھاری زر تلافی ادا کرے گا۔ یہ ایک مرتبہ پھر ثابت کرتا ہے کہ صرف لیونگسٹروم ہی اصلی ڈی این ایف (ر) ہیٹنگ جز فراہم کرنے کے مقام پر ہے، جنہیں معیاری اور کام کی زيادہ زندگی کے لیے تیار کیا جاتا ہے تاکہ وہ چین کے عوام کی بجلی کی اہم ضروریات کو پورا کریں۔ یہ لیونگسٹروم کا پہلا مقدمہ ہے جو چین میں اس کی ملکیت دانش کے تحفظ کے لیے دائر کیا گیا۔ “لیونگسٹروم آزمودہ ٹیکنالوجی اور مستحکم و اعلیٰ معیار کی مصنوعات فراہم کرنے سے وابستہ ہیں جس کا مقابلہ دوسرے فراہم کنندہ نہیں کر سکتے۔” ہائیبرن ہو، لونگسٹروم کے شنگھائی یونٹ کے مینیجنگ ڈائریکٹر نے کہا۔ “ہم چینی پاور پلانٹس کو قبل از وقت ناکامی، بندش کے اوقات اور چلانے کے مسائل سے بچنے میں مدد کی کوشش [Read More…]

Oct 312016
 
Energy efficiency solutions provider LJUNGSTRÖM settles patent infringement suit against manufacturer in China

WELLSVILLE, New York, Nov. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — LJUNGSTRÖM is determined to protect its rights to its air preheater technologies. Some Chinese customers had made complaints about poor quality products that were found to be copycat versions of the LJUNGSTRÖM patented DNF® heating element. After identifying a manufacturer in South China who had been supplying an inferior copycat product, LJUNGSTRÖM filed a patent infringement suit in the Jinhua, Zhejiang court in early 2016. Logo – http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161028/433824LOGO A settlement agreement has been reached with the manufacturer to cease its infringement of LJUNGSTRÖM’s patent and to pay substantial damages for past infringements. This proves once again that only LJUNGSTRÖM is in a position to supply genuine DNF® heating elements, manufactured to the quality standards and extended operational life required to meet the critical power needs of the people of China. This is the first lawsuit LJUNGSTRÖM has initiated to protect its intellectual property in China. “LJUNGSTRÖM is committed to providing proven technology and established, high-quality products that other suppliers are unable to match,” said Hybern Huo, Managing Director of LUNGSTRÖM’s Shanghai Unit. “We are trying to help Chinese power plants to avoid premature failure, downtime and operational issues that might be experienced with unlicensed and poor quality imitations of our technology.” About LJUNGSTRÖM LJUNGSTRÖM, a division of ARVOS Group, is a global science and technology solutions leader for the thermal power plant market, with two key applications: air preheaters and gas-gas heaters.  Headquartered in Wellsville, New York, LJUNGSTRÖM has a large global presence, [Read More…]

Oct 312016
 
Fast-returning Amir looks to New Zealand and Australia

SHARJAH: Pakistan spearhead Mohammad Amir Monday said he was gaining rhythm with each match and looks forward to next month´s tour of New Zealand followed by a trip to Australia. The 24-year-old took 2-44 on day two of the third and final Test against the West Indies on a day when Pakistan announced a squad for the two-match Test series in New Zealand. Amir is in the tenth month of his return to international cricket following a five-year ban on spot-fixing, a scandal which almost ended his burgeoning career. The 2010 scandal was broken by an undercover reporter of now defunct British tabloid News of the World in which then Pakistan Test captain Salman Butt arranged deliberate no-balls from Amir and his pace partner Mohammad Asif in the Lord´s Test against England in return for money. All three players were also jailed by a UK court in 2011. At the time of the ban, Amir was regarded as “the hottest property at international cricket” by legendary Pakistan paceman Imran Khan. Since his return in January this year Amir had played Twenty20 and one-day only, before playing four Tests in England in July-August. “Five years is a long period so I am gaining my rhythm and I am looking forward to trips to New Zealand and Australia. I Have been to both countries earlier and pitches there help fast bowlers,” Amir told reporters. “With the exposure of playing at tracks like in the United Arab Emirates you definitely get a lot [Read More…]

Oct 312016
 
Briefs

  Mukhtaran Mai to appear in fashion week Monitoring Report LAHORE: Mukhtaran Mai, a gang-rape survivor and an icon of women empowerment in Pakistan, will walk the ramp for Pakistani designer… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Oct 312016
 
BUREWALA City News

Child gunned down after sodomy From Our Correspondent BUREWALA: A man allegedly killed a six-year-old child after sodomising him at Mumtazabad in Fateh Shah police limits. Javed Iqbal Shah of… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Oct 312016
 
The state of art

Artists across the country have contributed largely towards the entertainment industry. They are loved and respected by the people of the country but it is a general observation that a lot of artists of the country suffer in the last days of their life. In Pakistan, there is no public or private sector institution established for the welfare of artists. The concerned authorities are requested to take favourable actions which may include a monthly pension along with medical facilities to those great artists who spend their life serving Pakistan. Iqra Saleem Karachi

Oct 312016
 
Funds and fraud

The condition of government hospitals is very bad. There is no cleanliness in such hospitals and a severe shortage of medicines and medical equipments. The administration of the hospitals says that the government doesn’t allocate funds to hospitals which is not true. Government hospitals do receive funds but there is large-scale cash embezzlement and fraud over there. The concerned authorities should look into the matter and make arrangements for the proper treatment of patients. Saba Jawed Karachi