Saturday, 15 October 2016

Sweden proposes smart transport solutions for Delhi

Swedish organizations are partaking in India's feasible urban improvement ventures, Swedish Ambassador Harald Sandberg told IANS here. Volvo is putting forth a transport quick transport framework through electrical portability. In this association, he said Scania, another Swedish firm that makes transports and trucks that keep running on option energizes. Sandberg said that a plant to deliver elective fuel was additionally being set up in Nagpur.
With respect to job openings made by Swedish speculations, he said telecom major Ericsson itself utilized a larger number of individuals in India than anyplace else on the planet. His remarks came in front of the tenth release of the Sweden India Nobel Memorial Week beginning from October 1. The yearly occasion showcases the manageability and advancements of Sweden and Swedish organizations and includes occasions running from classes and board examinations to rivalries for understudies and social exhibitions.
These occasions are being held crosswise over Indore, Pune, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bhubaneswar, Kolkata, Guwahati and New Delhi. Envoy Sandberg said that the highlight of the current year's Nobel Memorial Week will be the visit of Swedish Minister for Policy Coordination and Energy Ibrahim Baylan who will meet Minister of State for Power
The Sweden India Nobel Memorial Week is held in memory of Swedish trailblazer and altruist Alfred Nobel to observe Indian Nobel laureates and is sorted out in participation with driving Swedish organizations in India. The topic for the tenth version of the Week is Sweden Makes in India, including supportability and advancement.

The Nobel Week is an awesome stage to reinforce participation and develop relations between the two nations. India and Sweden do share basic essential values and interests and, in the meantime, we see an incredible potential to take motivation from each other and grow our collaboration over a scope of divisions, Sandberg said.

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