This competition is organised by SUTD to promote awareness of 3D Printing (also known as Additive Manufacturing) technologies as an assistive tool in food sector, and give the participants a better appreciation of the university’s unique pedagogy.
This competition is organised by SUTD to promote awareness of 3D Printing (also known as Additive Manufacturing) technologies as an assistive tool in food sector, and give the participants a better appreciation of the university’s unique pedagogy. In this competition, we challenge aspiring designers and engineers to design, create and “engineer” food in ways that inspire the way we eat.
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Armstrong Asia made its debut appearance at Enterprise Singapore’s prestigious E50 Awards, placing 1st Runner-Up out of 50 in a ranking of local privately owned Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs). Organised by KPMG & The Business Times & sponsored by...
Armstrong Industrial Corporation addresses innovation through two special divisions, AXCEL and ATOMIC, as Group Deputy CEO Phyllis Ong explains.
An Interview with Phyllis Ong, Deputy CEO of Armstrong, Singapore.
According to Spring Singapore, these partners were selected based on their expertise in the key sectors, and their ability to add value to the startups and shorten their learning curves with the injection of resources. With this initiative, SSC is committing up to S$100 million under the research, innovation and enterprise (RIE) budget. This amount will be matched by private capital raised by the co-investment partners.
Armstrong Rubber & Chemical Products (ARC) — On the 13th of December, 2017, Armstrong Rubber & Chemical Products (a Thailand subsidiary of Armstrong Group) received the 100% Delivery Award at Ford’s 2017 Supplier Conference. The prestigious award is only given...
Phyllis Ong, Deputy CEO at Armstrong Industrial, shared that Armstrong Industrial as an elastomer and foams specialist has always been focusing on its core business areas of Noise, Vibration and Heat Management. The conservative family business realises that opening up to new innovations beyond existing businesses is key to its long-term growth and success.
On 12th January 2017, the 6th Armstrong Odenwald factory (AOY) moved to its new location in Chengdu, China.