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Call for proposal to outsource a Study and Related Activities (Expert List
and Workshop) on the “Sustainable Building and Construction Sector in
Japan and the analysis of Opportunities for European Firms”
The project is aimed at the production of a study, a list of experts and the organisation of a workshop. Call for proposal to outsource a Study and Related Activities (Expert List and Workshop) on the Sustainable Building and Construction Sector in Japan and the analysis of Opportunities for European Firms.
DATE：The deadline of the bidding is 20th June
EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation
Summary of the Field Survey and Research on "The 2011 off the Pacific coast of
Tohoku Earthquake" (the Great East Japan Earthquake)
Antimicrobial Technology “KOHKIN”-
Developing a 900-billion-yen Market - SIAA/INAX
Canada-Tohoku Reconstruction Project will
The Government of Canada and the Government of the Province of British Columbia,
announced $4.5 million (CAD) for Japan to rebuild from unprecedented devastation
of the March 11th Great East Japan earthquake. Joe Oliver, Canada's Minister of
Natural Resources, Steve Thomson, Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural
Resources Operations for British Columbia and representatives from Canada's
forest industry, announced to offer their support on November 11,2011. The
Reconstruction Project will help Japan rebuild some of its public facilities
using wood and enable resident, including kindergartens, a nursing homes and
medical buildings except shops or office for commercial use. The Canada Wood
Group, a consortium of industry associations, is working with communities in the
Tohoku region to develop a shortlist of suitable projects towards a funding
decision in early 2012. Construction on the projects is expected in late 2012 or
by the end of March 2013 at the latest.
LLI Co., LTD. (Ｆｏｒｍｅｒ Japan Building
material paper Co.)
is the new newspaper and magazine publishers， established
in September 2008， whose employee have worked in Japan Building material paper
Co which is one of the oldest housing newspaper and magazine publishers
established in 1953.
We had have the role to lead the housing and wood
technology industory, to promote new housing materials, and to introduce the new
way to construct houses.
As the international aspects, We introduce and
publicize the world expositions concerning wood technology, building materials,
housing equipment, home-appliance on our magazine. Our main tasks is to make the
opportunity so to introduce Japanese good quality products to the world
As the journalistic aspects, We pay attention to notable event and
new appliance news in the world. It is the most significant task for us to
introduce new technology to renovate Japanese housing and woodwork
industories. We are also the first company which introduceed "two- by-four"
construction,the major constructive style in North America, and "reform" which
means to renovate the room or the part of house to the japanese traditional
markets. The both have gone well to renovate the japanese traditional housing
markets and now are the major construction forms in Japan.
Our main readers
are the manufacturers wholesalers, shopers, builders and artisans concerning
building, wood works and wood technology industries.We publishes forty thousands
of papers and magazines for the professional readers
industory has dramatically changed for this 60 years. From 1950's to 70's our
final goal is to supply one house for every family to come up the standard
equivalent to developed nation. Since 1980's housing technology has made better
tremendously to live a life in the affuluent society. Since 1990'ｓ Japanese
industory seek the way to get over the recession, and we focused on the
bussiness opportunities.to revitalize the market. The goal for 21th century is
to supply hign-quality houses ,goods and macines to renovate productions, to
withstand disasters, and to solve the world environmental problem.
want to contact with us. please send a message following.
LLI Publishing Co., LTD.
6th Floor Kutsushita-Kaikan Building
2-27-4 Higashi-Nihonbashi Chuo-ku Tokyo Japan 103-0004
TEL (81)3-3868-0738 FAX (81)3-5809-3650