Bundling Of Competences

The Ricoh Germany GmbH and INFOTEC Germany GmbH merged with effect from 29 October 2009. Accepting legal entity is the Ricoh Germany GmbH. Already the Ricoh Germany GmbH as of 1 August 2009 took over the operational business of INFOTEC Germany GmbH. Location of the Head Office of Ricoh Germany continues to Hanover. Currently Ricoh Germany employs around 2,000 people, about 700 in Hanover. Before the merger Ricoh Germany has has approximately 1,700 employees. Business unit specially already has recorded the new production printing business group (PPBG) for production printing to August 3, 2009 in Germany their work. The PPBG aims to combine the know-how and the skills of the staff of the Ricoh Group and to act even better on the market.

Since the integration of the European business of Danka by Ricoh, INFOTEC 2007 among the international group of Ricoh. See more detailed opinions by reading what celebrity trainer offers on the topic.. Since then the two companies in Germany worked together closely, synergies have to take advantage of. Among others are Ricoh and INFOTEC together at trade fairs such as drupa 2008, the pressure + form 2008 and the PostPrint 2009 occurred. The INFOTEC headquarters in Stuttgart is converted into a business & service center of Ricoh Germany. Ricoh puts the remaining INFOTEC locations in Germany with its nationwide 10 business & service centers.

The INFOTEC Germany GmbH has has a least around 400 employees. In the past few months, we have worked hard to promote the process of integration, which is now also formally concluded with the merger of the two companies. Especially in the area of production we will benefit from the experience and the expertise of INFOTEC\”, stresses Uwe Jungk, Chief Executive Officer of Ricoh Germany. A larger sales team and a stronger service network in Germany resulting from the fusion of INFOTEC and Ricoh. The competition in our industry is getting stronger. Ricoh must find ways as a dynamic company, customers and prospects to inspire.

Federico Santa Maria

The loss of photosynthesis and CO2 capture would be even greater than what would be saved for hydroelectric production to replace the burning of coal or oil. ” Leader said that even there are other areas where the dams are a major contribution to increased global warming. Among them, the water reservoir that removes large areas of forests that capture greenhouse gases jeopardizing future business of carbon credits for the region and country, added to that the very decomposition of flooded vegetation generates carbon dioxide and methane . The promotion of mega hydropower does not consider the emission of CO2 during the long construction process nor the development of cement for building the walls. Added to this the risk of localized climate change to the site in the vicinity of the glaciers in Northern Ice Field a new body of water in an area of 3,600 hectares in the case of Baker Reservoir 2, which together with the other four artificial lakes HidroAysen would add 5,910 hectares near ancient ice. “Given this, what we do today is to seek truth to clean sources of energy. And so the best way is to bet on totally renewable and sustainable sources, whose data are in Chile by alternative studies at the Universities of Chile and Federico Santa Maria, among others recently released.

In them it is clear that the Chileans have a great opportunity to make things right for the future through non-conventional renewable energy and energy efficiency, leading to perfectly meet the electricity demands of the future “concluded the official. “Do not confuse energy development in Chile with the energy business of a few, in this case because they are owners water in the country, “he said. ——— More information: Executive Secretary of Defense Council of Patagonia, Patricio Rodrigo 9 4424820 Information Council for the Defense of Patagonia, Mitzi Urtubia 9 2256238 Citizen Journalist of the Coalition for Aysen Life Reserve / Council Defense of Patagonia. Involved in the sustainable development of the Region of Aysen, Patagonia, Chile, and recently in opposition to dams to be constructed in the territory.


In our experience the between 50 to 60% of pregnancies are suspended for via caesarean section reached the term for any of the complications mentioned earlier, which originates increase in rates of prematurity in infants. As in any other types of diabetes risks of poor control blood glucose during pregnancy confers risk of complications at the birth (neonatal) babies as they are: the Fetopatia diabetic: which manifests as: Macrosomia: 4 Kg or more weight at birth. Syndrome of respiratory difficulty (SDR), which is the ncapacidad breathing due to immaturity of the baby’s lungs. Hypoglycemia (low sugar) in the first 24 hours of life. Jaundice: yellow discoloration of the skin due to accumulation of bile (hyperbilirubinemia) due to immaturity of liver that is. Polycythemia: which is the excess of red blood cells in the blood, by decreased levels of oxygen, this affects the Red coloration of the skin of the baby above all in the face. Hypocalcemia: decrease of calcium in the blood that can be translated into colvulsiones other risks potentials are delayed intrauterine growth restriction and the late death, which occurs between 38 to 39 weeks (intrauterine Fetal death) follow-up: despite the potential risks, our index of children born alive, similar to as it happens in other parts of the world, is 85%, and this is due to the advances in the fetal monitoring, which allows us to timely detect complications, as well as to the improvement in the types of insulin and its application form, that allow us to have better metabolic control during this important stage for the binomial and their families. Endocrinology service after the recruitment of patients, which on average is done at 18 weeks, on his first visit makes them an extensive clinical history and requested them laboratory tests aimed at assessing the previous metabolic control, as well as specialized medical evaluations to detect or rule out chronic complications.

Presidente Amitie

New plans to better integration of French-speaking women, expatriates and families in Dusseldorf the re-election of the Presidium of the Amitie of des Francaises de Dusseldorf industry Club yielded a unanimous vote for the team that had turned the new President Marie-Catherine Meyer to the election under the leadership. This vote is traditionally used for two years with the possibility of one-time re-election. “The Amitie of des Francaises de Dusseldorf is part of an international organization of FIAFE”, which has made it to the task, the integrative life in countries where they currently live French-speaking women and families for various reasons, to facilitate. This is the reason why it is very appreciated also interested members from the respective host countries “/ regions/cities are. Whenever Gunnar Peterson listens, a sympathetic response will follow. The Amitie of des Francaises de Dusseldorf, N 1 in the number of members from Munich and Frankfurt recruited not only from French, but from French-speaking women, such as Swiss, Belgians, clerics, Tunisian and other Francophone countries. In Dusseldorf, the Amitie of des Francaises is particularly colorful mixed, reflecting the character of the city. The composition is in addition mixed between women who pursue a commercial profession such as the Franco German Marie-Catherine Meyer (marketing and advertising Consulting) and the Hungary-born Ilona Baganz (consultancy) such as women, in whole time or as family Manager”are active and take care of all questions of an expatriate family in the settling in another country and also for their men in so-called leadership positions. One of the most important projects that was from the new as old Bureau operated is Vivre Dusseldorf the Guide”this project will be presented shortly to the general public. Responsible for the content: Marie-Catherine Meyer Presidente Amitie of des Francaises de Dusseldorf e.V., Tel. + 49 (0) 211 / 67 97 1-0 or 01 72/20 37-890