Daily Archives: December 14, 2018

IVECO Daily vans help distribute fresh food to charities across Australia: the latest installment of Top Stories on CNHIndustrial.com

Have you ever wondered what happens to the surplus provisions at your local supermarket or to the unwanted food at your favorite restaurant? In Australia, a pioneering charity, OzHarvest, has come up with a solution to try and repurpose some of this food: a sustainable collection and redistribution service which delivers thousands of meals to charities across the country. Read about how CNH Industrial brand IVECO is supporting this initiative in the latest installment on CNHIndustrial.com’s Top Stories: www.cnhindustrial.com/OzHarvest_En

London, December 14, 2018

CNH Industrial (NYSE: CNHI / MI: CNHI) brand IVECO is a strong supporter of OzHarvest and of its work aimed at striving to eliminate food waste across the country. Through the supply of energy-efficient, low-emission delivery vans to the charity, IVECO Australia is helping to make a positive social impact on local communities throughout the country. The IVECO Daily 35S13’s environmental credentials are a perfect fit for the charity’s sustainable values and the vans fulfil a vital role in OzHarvest’s “food rescue” operation. The customized vehicles, with their eye-catching design, are used in the daily collection of surplus fresh food from supermarkets, restaurants and the food industry and the subsequent redelivery directly to charities and people in need across the country.

This latest installment of Top Stories shows how CNH Industrial works closely with non-profit organizations embedded in local communities to offer unique, sustainable and long-term support that helps the hungry, homeless and underprivileged.

Read the full story at: www.cnhindustrial.com/OzHarvest_En

CNH Industrial N.V. (NYSE: CNHI / MI: CNHI) is a global leader in the capital goods sector with established industrial experience, a wide range of products and a worldwide presence. Each of the individual brands belonging to the Company is a major international force in its specific industrial sector: Case IH, New Holland Agriculture and Steyr for tractors and agricultural machinery; Case and New Holland Construction for earth moving equipment; Iveco for commercial vehicles; Iveco Bus and Heuliez Bus for buses and coaches; Iveco Astra for quarry and construction vehicles; Magirus for firefighting vehicles; Iveco Defence Vehicles for defence and civil protection; and FPT Industrial for engines and transmissions. More information can be found on the corporate website: www.cnhindustrial.com

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Two cars plunge into ravine, killing passenger in West Sumatra

Padang, W Sumatra (ANTARA News) – A man was killed and four others were seriously injured when two cars plunged into ravine in landslides in Sitinjau Lauik, Padang, West Sumatra, on Thursday night at 22.30 local time.

? Another car, passenger bus Family Raya with 30 passengers on board, was also pushed by falling piles of earth to the brink of the ravine, witnesses said.

The two other cars, a minibus and a truck, plunged into the ravine, head of the Padang Disaster Control Agency Edi Hasymi said on Friday.

Edi said five passengers were rushed to a nearby hospital but one of them died later at the hospital.

The landslides cut communications by land transport between Padang and Solok resulting in long traffic jam.

Source: ANTARA News

Two cars plunge into ravine, killing passenger in West Sumatra

Padang, W Sumatra (ANTARA News) – A man was killed and four others were seriously injured when two cars plunged into ravine in landslides in Sitinjau Lauik, Padang, West Sumatra, on Thursday night at 22.30 local time.

? Another car, passenger bus Family Raya with 30 passengers on board, was also pushed by falling piles of earth to the brink of the ravine, witnesses said.

The two other cars, a minibus and a truck, plunged into the ravine, head of the Padang Disaster Control Agency Edi Hasymi said on Friday.

Edi said five passengers were rushed to a nearby hospital but one of them died later at the hospital.

The landslides cut communications by land transport between Padang and Solok resulting in long traffic jam.

Source: ANTARA News

Minister encourages startup companies to list their shares

Jakarta (ANTARA News) – Minister of Communication and Informatics Rudiantara will encourage startup companies that carry the status of “unicorn” to list their shares on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX).

“Startups that are already unicorned and have not reached decacorn, must be pushed into the Stock Exchange. If later they become decacorn, I am afraid that the ecosystem will not be able to,” Rudiantara noted on the 30th Anniversary of the Indonesian Issuers Association (AEI) in Jakarta on Thursday.

He stated that “decacorn” was a term for companies that valued more than US$ 10 billion. Meanwhile, “unicorn” is more than $1 billion.

He explained that there are four startup companies in Indonesia whose levels are already included in the “unicorn,” namely Go-Jek, Traveloka, Bukalapak, and Tokopedia.

Rudiantara said that he would help startup companies to enter the capital market. However, it depends on each “startup” to see opportunities in finding funds.

Meanwhile, the Chief Financial Services Authority (OJK) Capital Market Supervisor, Hoesen, remarked that startup companies in Indonesia could use the capital market through the mechanism of an initial public offering (IPO) as a source of funding.

“The existing capital market policies can be used or not by the company,” he noted.

According to him, each company also has its own strategy in determining future corporate actions.

Source: ANTARA News