Daily Archive: October 12, 2019

Nelipak Appoints Roger Prevot as Chief Executive Officer

CRANSTON, R.I., Oct. 11, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nelipak® Corporation, Inc. (“Nelipak”), a global leader in rigid and flexible packaging for the medical device and pharmaceutical sectors, announced today that Roger Prevot has been named the company’s Chief Executive Officer. Prevot, who has been Chairman of the Board of Directors since the acquisition of Nelipak […]

Strong winds to strike east coast amid Typhoon Hagibis

SEOUL– South Korea will experience strong winds on its east coast on Saturday as the country comes under the indirect influence of Typhoon Hagibis, the season’s 19th typhoon, the weather agency said. With the typhoon moving northward from Japan, stron…

Railway services disrupted for 2nd day amid strike

SEOUL– South Korea’s rail services were partially disrupted or delayed Saturday, the second day of a 72-hour strike, as workers demanded better working conditions.As of 11:00 a.m., around 76.5 percent of the country’s regular rail services were operat…

KT chief questioned over controversial appointment of advisers

SEOUL– The chief of South Korean telecom giant KT Corp. was questioned by police on Saturday for allegations that he hired a number of management advisers for lobbying purposes.KT Chairman Hwang Chang-gyu is suspected of having paid huge sums to 14 in…

2 Chinese boats seized for alleged illegal fishing

SEOUL– South Korea has seized two Chinese fishing boats on charges of illegal fishing in its exclusive economic zone in the West Sea, the coast guard said Saturday.The 30-ton fishing boats are facing charges for trespassing in South Korea’s northern s…

2 Chinese boats seized for alleged illegal fishing

SEOUL– South Korea has seized two Chinese fishing boats on charges of illegal fishing in its exclusive economic zone in the West Sea, the coast guard said Saturday.The 30-ton fishing boats are facing charges for trespassing in South Korea’s northern s…