PLAINFIELD, Illinois. May 17, 2013- Plainfield Precision, operating in the Dominican Republic as Pixley Richards LTD, is proud to announce the completion of an ISO Class 8 Cleanroom. With the completion of the Cleanroom, Plainfield Precision positions itself has a true contract manufacturing partner for Medical OEM's looking to utilize the strategic infrastructure of the Dominican Republic.
Santo Domingo.- Anixter Dominicana, one of the country's leading companies in technology solutions, was recognized as the best company which provides support to Avaya operations in the Dominican Republic clients in 2012.
Santo Domingo.- The National Energy Commission (CNE) and the U.S.-based company WCG Energy recently signed an agreement to install a solar power plant with solar panels with a capacity of 50 megawatts (50MW) in Monte Plata province (east).
Santo Domingo.- National Energy Commission (CNE) president Enrique Ramirez on Friday noted the potential of the country's Caribbean coast to generate wind power, and citing studies, said output could be as high as 1,200 megawatts, the same as two coal-fired plants of 600MW each.
SD. Dominican Republic's cement makers grouped in Adocem on Tuesday hosted the conference "High Performance Monolayer Pavement," in the Public Works Ministry's auditorium.
Santo Domingo.- The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Dominican Civil Aviation Institute (IDAC) on Thursday signed a technical cooperation agreement on Thursday, called fundamental to the Dominican and the region's civil aviation .
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Santo Domingo. - Customs director Fernando Fernandez on Tuesday announced the acquisition of a lab to determine the components of exported minerals, whose installation is expected in the coming days.
San Pedro, Dominican Republic.- CEMEX announced the construction of various infrastructure projects across the country using concrete technologies to obtain highly durable and safer roads which save lives and require lower maintenance cost.
Santo Domingo.- Dominican Republic operator Telecable de Tricom has commercially launched LTE services on the local market. The network will initially cover the National District, the Santiago metropolitan area and the Dominican Republic's largest cities, to be gradually expanded across the country by year-end.Customers can access Tricom's 4G LTE network using a USB modem or MiFi device, in combination with prepay or postpaid data tariffs. Huawei powered Tricom's LTE network deployment.LTE, an initialism of long-term evolution, marketed as 4G LTE, is a standard for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data terminals. It is based on the GSM/EDGE and UMTS/HSPA network technologies, increasing the capacity and speed using a different radio interface together with core network improvements.
Santo Domingo.- News source diariolibre.com on Monday published the registry numbers of U.S. “robot" planes allowed to overfly Dominican airspace, after the government reached an agreement with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
Santo Domingo.- U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) instructors Raul Pomales and David Smith are in the country to implement the Air Operators Certificate course, from Dominican Republic's Aeronautical Sciences Academy.