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Metech International Ltd (METE.SI)

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Metech International says a party expressed interest to acquire co's electronic waste management business
Tuesday, 7 Mar 2017 06:32am EST 

Metech International Limited : Expression of interest to acquire the company's electronic waste management business . Company is in discussion with a party that has expressed an interest in acquiring company's electronic waste management business ."There is no assurance that acquisition mentioned in this announcement will materialise".  Full Article

Metech International signs deal to issue non-convertible bonds for S$2 mln
Tuesday, 4 Oct 2016 06:55am EDT 

Metech International Ltd : Deal to issue non-convertible bonds for a sum of s$2 million .On 30 september 2016 entered into a term sheet agreement with a crowdfunding platform.  Full Article

Metech International Ltd says resignation of Benny Lim Han as group CFO
Wednesday, 6 Jan 2016 06:44am EST 

Metech International Ltd:Says resignation of Benny Lim Han as group chief financial officer.  Full Article

Metech International Ltd announces establishment of new China subsidiary – Metech Global (shanghai) Co. Ltd
Friday, 19 Jun 2015 08:04am EDT 

Metech International Ltd:Company is completing regulatory formalities in the establishment of new subsidiary, Metech Global (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. (the MGS) in the Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone of China.It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Metech Reverslog Pte. Ltd., also a subsidiary of the Company.The objective of setting up the new subsidiary in China is to service an American MNC which has recently contracted with the Group to handle electronic waste generated by its plants in China.The new subsidiary expects to sign up more American MNCs operating in China as customers, some of which are already major customers of the Group in the United States.Besides electronic waste recycling, the new subsidiary will also source for new business opportunities in the supply chain sector in China.  Full Article

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