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News Article | May 1, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

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News Article | April 20, 2017
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CSafe Global is pleased to report the opening of a new service center in Seoul (Incheon), South Korea. This company-owned facility will support South Korean manufacturers with service and delivery of biopharmaceutical products in the region. Moraine, OH, April 20, 2017 --( Rick Rackley, CSafe's Director of Quality, Technical Support and Service Partners, says, “This location will support the increased volumes for both the active and passive business; thus, strengthening our first-class service capability with improved availability and faster, cost effective turnarounds (turn times of 18-60 hours) - something our partners can pass on to their customers. Our experienced teams of technicians are trained in-house to a very high standard with CSafe Global's products and processes.” Brian Kohr, President and CEO of CSafe Global, adds, “The South Korean industry segment is fast growing. It is estimated to double in value to 150 billion Won ($130M) by 2019. Customers can be assured the CSafe service center serving South Korea will provide high quality support and maintenance for many years to come.” CSafe remains committed to expanding the company’s global footprint. The ICN service center is part of that commitment. With CSafe Global appointed and trained technicians, this key market will benefit from the strengthened customer service for the full range of active and passive packaging solutions. To find out more about the new ICN operation, contact Rick Rackley at rrackley@csafeglobal.com About CSafe Global: CSafe Global is the world’s largest producer of actively controlled mobile refrigeration units for life science companies, healthcare organizations, global military organizations and international disaster relief agencies. The company manufacturers AcuTemp brand passive packaging and hand-held mobile carriers, the CSafe brand of active containers, and is the exclusive manufacturer and provider of ThermoCor vacuum insulation. The active solution product assortment includes the CSafe RKN, the only compressor-driven air cargo container of its kind with approvals from both the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The RKN utilizes heating and compressor-driven cooling technology to eliminate the risks associated with extreme ambient conditions as well as the cost, aggravation and environmental challenges associated with dry ice transportation with benefits that include eliminating the need for refrigerated trucking and/or temperature controlled packaging. CSafe Global’s AcuTemp brand has provided more than ten thousand hand-held mobile temperature-management solutions since its founding more than 25 years ago. The passive solution assortment includes packaging for 2-8°C, CRT and frozen shipments with hold times from 12 to 240 hours and with payload volumes up to 50 liters. Moraine, OH, April 20, 2017 --( PR.com )-- To meet market growth demand, CSafe Global’s new service center in Seoul (Incheon) is now open and servicing inbound and outbound traffic of the company’s RKN units and passive solutions, providing delivery, maintenance, calibration and technical support.Rick Rackley, CSafe's Director of Quality, Technical Support and Service Partners, says, “This location will support the increased volumes for both the active and passive business; thus, strengthening our first-class service capability with improved availability and faster, cost effective turnarounds (turn times of 18-60 hours) - something our partners can pass on to their customers. Our experienced teams of technicians are trained in-house to a very high standard with CSafe Global's products and processes.”Brian Kohr, President and CEO of CSafe Global, adds, “The South Korean industry segment is fast growing. It is estimated to double in value to 150 billion Won ($130M) by 2019. Customers can be assured the CSafe service center serving South Korea will provide high quality support and maintenance for many years to come.”CSafe remains committed to expanding the company’s global footprint. The ICN service center is part of that commitment. With CSafe Global appointed and trained technicians, this key market will benefit from the strengthened customer service for the full range of active and passive packaging solutions.To find out more about the new ICN operation, contact Rick Rackley at rrackley@csafeglobal.comAbout CSafe Global:CSafe Global is the world’s largest producer of actively controlled mobile refrigeration units for life science companies, healthcare organizations, global military organizations and international disaster relief agencies. The company manufacturers AcuTemp brand passive packaging and hand-held mobile carriers, the CSafe brand of active containers, and is the exclusive manufacturer and provider of ThermoCor vacuum insulation.The active solution product assortment includes the CSafe RKN, the only compressor-driven air cargo container of its kind with approvals from both the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The RKN utilizes heating and compressor-driven cooling technology to eliminate the risks associated with extreme ambient conditions as well as the cost, aggravation and environmental challenges associated with dry ice transportation with benefits that include eliminating the need for refrigerated trucking and/or temperature controlled packaging.CSafe Global’s AcuTemp brand has provided more than ten thousand hand-held mobile temperature-management solutions since its founding more than 25 years ago. The passive solution assortment includes packaging for 2-8°C, CRT and frozen shipments with hold times from 12 to 240 hours and with payload volumes up to 50 liters. Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from CSafe Global


McLean, VA, April 15, 2017 --( About ProTech Services Alliance USA, LLC: ProTech Services Alliance USA, LLC is an SDVOSB-led Joint Venture between DWBH, LLC (DWBHCORP); VISTA Technology Services, Inc.; Marathon TS; and The Kenific Group. DWBHCORP is a CVE-verified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and the Managing Member of the Joint Venture. The Joint Venture includes the four member companies highlighted above, and eleven other companies that are under a standard prime-subcontractor relationship on the team. This team includes leaders in their respective service areas, offering deep capability over a broad range of functional requirements. The ProTech JV team has recently executed over 100 DHS contracts and task orders, covering many DHS requirements under PACTS, TABSS, EAGLE and other related contracts. To learn more about The ProTech JV team, please visit www.protechjv.com McLean, VA, April 15, 2017 --( PR.com )-- ProTech Services Alliance, USA, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)-led Joint Venture (JV) was recently awarded a $1.5 Billion Program Management, Administrative, Operations, and Technical Support Services (PACTS II) DHS Department-wide Contract. DWBH, LLC (DWBHCORP), the SDVOSB Managing Member of the four-member/company ProTech JV, along with an 11-company subcontractor team are poised to support the five-year, Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract which provides DHS a Department-wide, strategically sourced, Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity contract for non-IT service solutions. ProTech JV is one of 18 companies who were awarded contracts on the Functional Task Area #2 (FC2) for administrative and operations services. The ProTech JV capabilities can be reviewed on their web portal: www.protechjv.com President/CEO of the Managing Member, Steven D. MacDonald stated: “The PACTS II award is a tremendous opportunity for our team, that includes many well-established companies who have worked together previously, to continue to provide best value services support to the DHS.” Period of performance on PACTS II began 1 March 2017.About ProTech Services Alliance USA, LLC:ProTech Services Alliance USA, LLC is an SDVOSB-led Joint Venture between DWBH, LLC (DWBHCORP); VISTA Technology Services, Inc.; Marathon TS; and The Kenific Group. DWBHCORP is a CVE-verified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and the Managing Member of the Joint Venture. The Joint Venture includes the four member companies highlighted above, and eleven other companies that are under a standard prime-subcontractor relationship on the team. This team includes leaders in their respective service areas, offering deep capability over a broad range of functional requirements. The ProTech JV team has recently executed over 100 DHS contracts and task orders, covering many DHS requirements under PACTS, TABSS, EAGLE and other related contracts. To learn more about The ProTech JV team, please visit www.protechjv.com Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from DWBH, LLC (DWBHCORP)


Grant
Agency: Department of Defense | Branch: Air Force | Program: STTR | Phase: Phase I | Award Amount: 99.91K | Year: 2010

Our proposal is to develop SCADA Hawk: an integrated anti-tamper technology that uses a hardware-software combined methodology for the observational monitoring of existing systems with selective reaction capabilities. By enabling detailed monitoring capabilities our goal is to isolate anomalies in system behavior and take preventive measures. While profiling of normal behavior on traditional IT systems might be infeasible, the repetitive and predictable nature of SCADA system operation lends itself nicely to the technique. The monitoring will eventually be accomplished by the creation of various “instrumentation modules” whose job is to examine such items as network traffic, commands being delivered by the SCADA system, and so forth. We plan on utilizing two kinds of modular constructs: 1. Software Instrumentation, named (COLLECTORs) that actively collects and reports any transitions in the operational states of the SCADA system and prevents tampering by blocking unauthorized or unexpected instruction sequences. 2. Firmware-based Behavior Monitoring modules, named (AGENTs) that continuously verifies in real-time that the operational states collected by the COLLECTOR match the expected operational profile for the monitored software application. Anomalies are reported to a central station as well as preventive steps (if known) are conveyed back to the COLLECTOR to engage in tamper-prevention steps.


News Article | December 6, 2016
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The maintenance window for External Test System 3 has now been completed and the system is now available for testing. Contact If you have any questions in regards to this IT-Notice please contact us using the details below


News Article | February 23, 2017
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The disturbance on External Test System 3 has been solved and the system is now available again. Contact If you have any questions in regards to this IT-Notice please contact us using the details below


News Article | February 23, 2017
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The disturbance on External Test System 3 has been solved and the system is now available again. Contact If you have any questions in regards to this IT-Notice please contact us using the details below


News Article | March 3, 2017
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The maintenance window for External Test System 1 has now been completed and the system is now available for testing. Contact If you have any questions in regards to this IT-Notice please contact us using the details below


News Article | March 3, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

The maintenance window for External Test System 1 has now been completed and the system is now available for testing. Contact If you have any questions in regards to this IT-Notice please contact us using the details below


News Article | December 12, 2016
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This market notice contains important information on updates to the previously announced timeline for the activation of a new circuit breaker mechanism on the Nordic equity derivatives market. On 28 Nov 2016 the circuit breaker mechanism was activated for OMXS30 index derivatives but inactivated two days later due to technical reasons. The mechanism will be re-activated in connection with the next Genium INET upgrade scheduled to go-live on 20 Feb 2017. The activation of the circuit breaker mechanism for single stock derivatives, originally scheduled to take place between 12 Dec 2016 and 30 Jan 2017, has been postponed and will be activated gradually for sub-sets of products starting 20 Feb 2017. A detailed timeline with the relevant activation dates will be communicated in a separate exchange notice at a later stage.

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