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TechFest in city on Sept 7

PANAJI: The Indian Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE) Goa chapter will be holding its annual flagship event TechFest-Goa 2018 on September 7 2018 at Vivanta by Taj, Panaji. The theme for the fest this year is, HVACR and Cold Chain for Inland, Coastal and Marine Industry. Substantial trade is being conducted through maritime transport. Consequently, there is a continuous need to develop ports and trade related infrastructure to accelerate growth in the manufacturing sector. Transportation of fish, poultry, meat, dairy products, etc., are expected to see a surge in demand, according to ISHRAE. NT

5-day ‘Kharedi yatraa’ exhibition underway in city

PANAJI: ‘Kharedi Yatraa’ exhibition of consumer and household products was inaugurated at Don Bosco High School, Panaji on Wednesday at the hands of Dr Smita Sanzgiri, associate professor, G V M College. This 5-day exhibition is open for public until September 9, from 1.30 pm to 8.30 pm and on Sunday from 10 am to 8.30 pm. The chief guest Fr Avin Carvalho, principal and rector, Don Bosco High School, Panaji, Ujjwala Tarkar, Gargee Bhandare and various company representatives were present for the inaugural function. More than 60 reputed companies have participated in this exhibition. NT

Ahlada Engineers IPO to open on Sept 11

MUMBAI : Ahlada Engineers Limited, in the business of manufacturing steel doors and windows (steel-frame) and cater to customers across various segments and industries, now plans to enter the capital market with an initial public offer of 34,05,000 equity shares of face value Rs 10 each for cash in the price band of Rs 147 to Rs 150 per equity share. 1,71,000 equity shares are reserved for the market maker (Saffron Equity Advisors Private Ltd) and the net issue will be of 32,34,000 equity shares. The issue opens on Sept 11, and closes on Sept 18.


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