The Freight Co. Ltd inaugurates new office in Yangon, Myanmar,Burma

The Freight Co. Ltd., a leading provider in Southeast Asia of turnkey project logistics services has opened a representation in Yangon, Myanmar as of 16th June 2011. The office located in Yangon is a venture between The Freight Co. Ltd., Thailand and Injynn Development Co. Ltd., Myanmar. Established in 1994 Injynn, The Freight’s local partner provides logistics, marine and aviation services for the oil and gas industry and is also active in the power and telecommunication business. The Freight Co. Ltd. in Myanmar will provide turnkey logistics services focusing on oil, gas, petrochemical, power, mining, steel, cement, and infrastructure projects. Heavy and oversized transport services will be offered by land, sea, river and air. Services include delivery all over Myanmar including positioning on to foundations.

Election Commission threatens to dissolve Bauk Ja’s political party of her advocacy for 19 Kachin students

Chiang Mai (Mizzima) – The Burmese Election Commission has threatened the politician-activist Bauk Ja that her political party could be dissolved because of her advocacy for 19 Kachin students living in Rangoon who were ordered by the authorities to return home, according to the National Democratic Force (NDF).

National Democratic Force member Bauk Ja. Photo: MizzimaNational Democratic Force member Bauk Ja. Photo: Mizzima

Rangoon Region Election Commission Secretary Myint Swe said on Saturday that the activities of the NDF party member threatened national unity. Myint Swe invited NDF central committee members Myo Zaw Aung, Toe Toe and Bauk Ja to his office in Rangoon to discuss the issue. Continue reading “Election Commission threatens to dissolve Bauk Ja’s political party of her advocacy for 19 Kachin students”

WAR: Heightened Security in Three Pagodas Pass

June 21st, 2011

By JURI CHAI – Since yesterday, June 20th, residents have begun to notice heightened security by the Burmese military in Three Pagodas Pass (TPP), Karen State, and believe it is as a result of the June 14th attack in TPP.

Aung Tin Win's House On Fire on June 14th in Three Pagodas Pass ( Photo-IMNA)Aung Tin Win’s House On Fire on June 14th in Three Pagodas Pass ( Photo-IMNA)

This increase in security measures began in the morning yesterday and lasted until 11 p.m. at night, with authorities checking cars and motorcycles for suspicious persons. Those the authorities deemed questionable were checked meticulously and then let go, explained one TPP resident. Continue reading “WAR: Heightened Security in Three Pagodas Pass”