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News Article | May 16, 2017
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Synergy Global Housing announces the opening of its newest Global Solutions Centre in Hyderabad, India. This is the 10th Global Solutions Centre for Synergy, with offices located in London, Dublin, Singapore, Seattle, Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County (Calif.), San Francisco and San Ramon, Calif. The new Hyderabad office is the second Global Solutions Centre in Asia, with the Singapore Centre opening in 2014. Synergy understands the importance of being local. Our customers want a partner that understands the complexities of short-term furnished housing in any global market. This doesn’t mean simply recognizing that there are housing and cultural differences around the world, but actually having boots on the ground in the markets where our customers need us. “Synergy’s global growth is always in alignment with our customer’s needs,” said Debra Christopher, Synergy’s President. “Having a local presence in India provides Synergy with the ability to expand our global coverage and proactively respond to the increase in the demand for serviced accommodations in country. The new Global Solutions Centre location allows Synergy to better serve its customers in the region.” Becoming fully-operational in India gives Synergy the ability to file local tax invoices and to operate in Indian rupees. These options allow our customers to conduct business on their terms, rather than having to work with a third party or adjust their own business practices. From issues related to banking, payroll, income, services offered and reporting responsibilities, Synergy now has the capabilities to work with its customers in India more collaboratively. Synergy will hire local Indian experts for property inspections, regional guidance and customer support. This dedicated team will have the regional experience and industry knowledge to provide a guest experience unmatched by other corporate housing providers in India. We began our staffing process with the hiring of Akshay Yadav to serve as Synergy’s Global Account Manager in Hyderabad. Yadav brings years of experience overseeing short-term housing in India for the furnished housing divisions of several property management companies. He is the perfect illustration of how Synergy’s people and the relationships they foster define The Synergy Difference. It’s also why he was the ideal candidate to become Synergy’s first India-based team member. “We are really excited to integrate with local policy makers and become part of the business community,” Debra Christopher said. “Synergy succeeds because of our strong relationships. Our new presence in India is an investment in growing these partnerships in India, and we are excited about what lies ahead.” Synergy chose Hyderabad as the location for our Indian office for several strategic reasons. The city has a thriving economy, fueled by rapid growth within the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries that have earned Hyderabad the nickname of “Genome Valley.” The city’s central location also gives access to the rest of India through a maximum 2-hour flight. “India represents a true growth market for the global economy,” said Peter Meyers, Synergy’s Executive Vice President of Global Marketing. “In terms of a thriving GNP, urbanization, a rising middle class and increasing consumer spending, India exhibits very favorable indicators for long term viability. As a true economic hub within the Asia Pacific region, India also represents an important location for global expansion of U.S. and multi-national organizations.” Synergy’s India Global Solutions Centre officially opened in April and can be reached at +65 6653 3445. About Synergy Global Housing Synergy Global Housing brings a superior furnished housing experience to the business travel and workforce mobility industry; providing best-in-class serviced accommodations in more than 55 countries across the globe. Synergy has Global Solutions Centres in: Dublin, Ireland; Hyderabad, India; Singapore; and San Ramon, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego. Orange County, California and Seattle Washington. Through people, passion and innovation, Synergy delivers comprehensive services, custom-tailored to meet each client’s individual needs, on a worldwide basis. To learn more, visit http://www.synergyhousing.com.


Ng W.P.Q.,University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus | Lam H.L.,University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus | Ng F.Y.,Malaysian Palm Oil Council | Kamal M.,University of Technology Malaysia | Lim J.H.E.,Synergy Global
Journal of Cleaner Production | Year: 2012

This paper gives an overview of the green potential of the palm biomass industry, which contributes to Malaysia's economic and sustainable development. An overall picture of the green development indicators of the country is provided based on the authors' experiences in policy making, research and business development. The emerging palm biomass industry in Malaysia is foreseen to dominate the country's directional development in the coming years, particularly when the sustainability issue is raised globally. With the increasing volume of palm oil residue accumulation due to palm oil production, palm biomass is gaining significant attention and being increasingly utilised to produce various green products as well as highly valuable biochemicals, such as bioethanol, vitamins, etc. The palm oil industry has been identified as the key industry for expansion to achieve economic advancement along with the development of greener production processes in the country. Research on palm biomass, which is actively being carried out by both private and public institutions, is categorised. Furthermore, actions and policies to promote the implementation of green technology in Malaysia, while simultaneously defending both environmental and ecological health and promoting technology transformation, are summarised. Challenges and concerns over the green future of the country are discussed, as well as the business trend in the Malaysian palm biomass industry. Copyright © 2012 Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


Rasmussen T.,Synergy Global | O'Keefe E.,Synergy Global
Mineral Economics | Year: 2014

With the extractive industry remaining as the biggest single contributor to projected continued growth in African GDP, the opportunities for social and economic transformation through the industry are significant. The potential development role of the extractive industry is clearly defined in the Africa Mining Vision (AMV), but its advancement is currently limited by the shortage of skills in and surrounding the industry. This paper argues that only through addressing the shortage of mineral skills, defined as going beyond the narrowly defined technical requirements of the extraction process, can the extractive industry realise its development potential. As skills initiatives are currently happening in a fragmented fashion, this will also necessitate a coordinated effort for skills development and joint capacity building of institutions. This paper points to the African Mineral Development Centre (AMDC) and the AMV as the right home for this coordination, but argues that incentives and drivers for all parties to participate must be identified and addressed to support this. In addition, it is suggested that methodologies for ‘skills outlook’ and long-term planning be applied, based on international models, in combination with continuous dialogue between all relevant sectors. © 2014, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.


Ng W.P.Q.,University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus | Ng W.P.Q.,Synergy Global | Lam H.L.,University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus
Journal of Cleaner Production | Year: 2014

This paper presents a functional clustering approach integrated in an industrial resources optimisation. Industrial processing hub formation through functional clustering of involved facilities is presented. A palm biomass case study is developed in this paper to illustrate the functional clustering model. Production facilities are identified and processing hub allocation is determined in the case study. Two models are developed: (i) biomass supply network optimisation and synthesis and (ii) biomass supply network with functional clustering. The former acts as a base case for optimal supply network synthesis. The following reforms the former by integrating a functional clustering concept. The second model functionally clusters the industrial facilities based on their material interactions. Each cluster formed consists of a centralised processing hub, which acts as the backbone/seed of a functional cluster. Strategic locations of centralised processing hubs are determined and functional clusters are formed by optimisation modelling. Optimised biomass supply networks are developed from the optimisation activities. The optimisation result favours centralised processing hub formation. Lowered machinery capital investment and transportation cost are achieved in the functional clustered model. © 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


Ng W.P.Q.,University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus | Ng W.P.Q.,Synergy Global | Promentilla M.A.,De La Salle University - Manila | Lam H.L.,University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus
Journal of Cleaner Production | Year: 2015

This paper presents a novel algebraic technique of supply network synthesis and analysis. A case study of biomass processing for supply network synthesis using three techniques (i) mathematical modelling (ii) supermatrix scoring concept and (iii) algebraic analysis with graphical visualisation is demonstrated. The results and performances of three techniques are compared. Comparable modelling results are obtained for all three approaches. The introduction of quantitative cum graphical analysis of supply network allows the performance overview of each possible choice of supply network in one picture. Besides, the algebraic method allows the concurrent set-up of material allocation and ranking of possible supply network choices. This outweighs the mathematical modelling technique that allows for optimal supply network synthesis but giving no insight to the performance of next network choices; and the supermatrix scoring technique that ranks the general supply network choices in a whole picture yet incapable to capture the optimal selection which involves only part of the players, especially in supply network problem. © 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


Patent
Synergy Global | Date: 2016-06-03

A security wall rack and television mount combination is described to deter or prevent unauthorized persons from gaining access to the back of a television or the wall mount that supports the television and to deter or prevent theft of a television. The wall mount includes security covers that are rotatably attached to the frame that cover the location where screws will secure the frame to a wall or other surface. The mount is rotatably attached to the frame and provides for the system to be locked in place in a nested way.


Patent
Synergy Global | Date: 2013-11-06

The present invention relates to a Gas-to-Liquid processing system suitable for converting associated and non-associated natural gas into synthetic fuel, wherein said system comprises a reforming module and a Fischer-Tropsch module, characterized in that each of said modules are placed in a vessel, and further characterized in that the microreactors and the heat exchangers of the system are micro-channel based devices.


Trademark
Synergy Global | Date: 2016-08-15

Clean room installations; Clean rooms; Sterilization units for buildings in the nature of apparatus that floods a room or space with anti-bacterial gas that eliminates all bacteria in the room or space.


News Article | February 23, 2017
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Synergy Global Housing is expanding its global reach with the opening of its newest office in Seattle, Washington, beginning March 1, 2017. Synergy has provided world-class corporate housing in the Emerald City for several years, but this new Global Solutions Centre is staffed by local Synergy personnel, who have extensive knowledge of the Pacific Northwest. The Seattle team will be led by General Manager Ben Wood and Business Development Manager Lisa Brand, who combined have more than 15 years of working and living in the Seattle market. “Synergy’s growth has always been the result of listening to our customers and developing tailored solutions to exceed their needs,” said Debra Christopher, Synergy’s President. “We could not be more excited about our enhanced presence and opportunity to extend the Synergy difference through our local team in Seattle.” While the tech industry is frequently associated with Northern California’s Silicon Valley, these innovative companies have expanded their reach and access to talent around the globe. As these companies have grown, Synergy has made it a point to expand alongside of them in some of most technology-rich markets in the world. Synergy has offices in San Francisco, California; Hyderabad, India; Dublin, Ireland; London, England; Singapore and now Seattle. Seattle is a lot more than flannel and coffee. It is a city renowned for its innovation and left-of-center approach. Synergy’s decision to open an office in the Pacific Northwest is a reflection to Seattle’s importance as an economic hub. The technology and ecommerce organizations that call Seattle their home are some of the most well-known companies in the world, and that trend is not likely to slow with the way Seattle continues to evolve. “In the last two years it feels like the city has doubled in size,” Wood said. “There’s more of everything. There’s more restaurants. There is constant construction – there are 59 cranes in downtown Seattle. The demand is so high out there, because of the economic growth. The opportunities for Synergy are fantastic because there is so much movement into the market.” Seattle’s growing economy and active lifestyle made it the perfect place for Synergy to continue its worldwide expansion. The creative professionalism that Seattle reflects is aligned with Synergy’s ingenuity and consultative approach to short-term furnished housing. The new office will be in the South Lake Union neighborhood at 500 Yale Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109. For more information about Synergy’s Seattle offerings contact a Synergy representative at (800) 600-1115. About Synergy Global Housing Synergy Global Housing brings a superior furnished housing experience to the business travel and workforce mobility industry; providing best-in-class serviced accommodations in more than 55 countries across the globe. Synergy has Global Solutions Centres in: Dublin, Ireland; Hyderabad, India; Singapore; and San Ramon, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego. Orange County, California and Seattle Washington. Through people, passion and innovation, Synergy delivers comprehensive services, custom-tailored to meet each client’s individual needs, on a worldwide basis. To learn more, visit http://www.synergyhousing.com.

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