Gucci, new production process networks

The companies dealing with Gucci are on the Net. This is how the networks PREGI, ALAMX and FAIR intend specializing in the supply chains of small leather goods, handbags and luggage.

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GE, gas turbine packaging agreement in China

Oil & Gas has renewed an agreement with China Aviation Gas Turbine Ltd. to continue supplying GE10-1 gas turbine engines and control panels for use in power generation in oil and gas plants in China.

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A 24-hour bus strike for next Friday

Trade unions FILT-CGIL, FIT-CISL, UIL-TRANSPORT, TRANSPORT-FAIS CISAL and UGL has proclaimed a 24-hour strike for next Friday, December 16, 2011. Will be respected the bands of warranty.

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Fiorentina, no serious injury for Jovetic

Fiorentina announced that “the diagnostic tests performed to the player Stevan Jovetic all’acutizzarsi following a hip pain, injuries have ruled in place, particularly in the muscles and tendons.

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No more broken bicycles in racks

Bicycle lanes, bike racks, fountains to quench your thirst with one click. The new digital information system, which also includes a survey of racks, was presented today from the administration in Palazzo Vecchio.

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On December 21 opens the new Opera house

Wednesday, December 21 will be inaugurated the new Opera House in Florence, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino during the celebrations for the 150th anniversary of the unification of Italy. On 21 December, at 8.30 pm, master Zubin Mehta will conduct the Leonore Overture No. 3 in C major, Op. 72 °, by Ludwig van Beethoven, followed by the premiere of Gegenliebe (requited love) for orchestra by Bussotti. The piece was specially commissioned by the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino to witness the continued focus on contemporary music and a…

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Da Vinci, professor Seracini’s version

Vasari’s fresco “The Battle of Scannagallo” has not been drilled to search for the lost fresco by Leonardo “The Battle of Anghiari.” According to the engineer Maurizio Seracini (University of San Diego), who led the research supported by City of Florence and National Geographic Society, have been made six holes in the wall with a diameter of 6 mm only in areas where there is no painting by Vasari. “We have been made holes where there was no color – Seracini said -. So the…

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Mayor’s appeal: do not use the car

More municipal police officers, stop to non-urgent street works, facilities for bus and parking. These are the provisions taken from the Municipality of Florence in Christmas time. The mayor Matteo Renzi makes an appeal to citizens and tourists: “Try to limit use of cars for shopping durinf Christmas’ season and anyway respect rules of the roads. I would not want to see double parked car”. To facilitate travel by bus ATAF has put on sale (up to January 7) a ticket-family with 6 euro may…

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Eurostar train stuck with 300 people on board

About 300 passengers on a Eurostar train Frecciargento Venice-Rome remained blocked three hours on board the train for damage to a power line in the railway junction of Florence. According to the FS, the train is blocked by a sudden interruption of electricity, failure is under investigation. The incident was occurred at 16.30 cet before the station Castello-Florence. The FS also reported that the train has stopped just after the exit of a tunnel. To resolve the emergency was sent a diesel engine in order…

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Fiorentina 0-2 Inter, Rossi did not repeat the miracle

ACF Fiorentina did not repeat the miracle of the last week against Roma in the italian soccer championship, serie A. Tonight Viola team in Milan against Inter lost 2-0. Coach Rossi was disappointed.

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