zoom The world leader in computer based training systems for shipping companies, Seagull AS has acquired all the shares in e-learning specialist MindIT Solutions AS, Kristiansand, Norway, specialist provider of web based learning to the offshore industry.“The MindIT team is a reliable and high quality supplier of e-learning services to the offshore market and represents a basis for Seagull AS to enter the offshore segment,” said Oscar Johansen, Chairman of Seagull Holding AS. “By combining the resources of the two companies we can now bring a unique range of distance learning and assessment services to the offshore industry and the Mind IT team will add to the creativity and capacity of the Seagull team”.“This is one of several planned steps to become a leading provider of training tools and talent management solutions for the offshore industry,” said Oscar Johansen, “and it will contribute to Seagull’s offering to existing clients who operate offshore vessels”.“We look forward to becoming part of Seagull” said Kristian Jordheim who is the founder of MindIT, “and we are well under way with developing a comprehensive learning and talent management solution for the offshore segment”.The deal was concluded this week and the coordination of the two companies’ activities is ongoing. 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站？确定 My location Print Close Seagull, February 28, 2014
Mumbai: Domestic equity benchmark BSE Sensex dropped over 150 points Thursday, dragged by losses IT stocks, despite strong global cues. The 30-share index, however, pared some losses and was trading 34.59 points, or 0.09 per cent, lower at 39,078.15 at 0930 hours. Similarly, the broader NSE Nifty was quoting 23.45 points, or 0.20 per cent, down at 11,668. In the previous session Wednesday, the BSE gauge settled 66.40 points, or 0.17 per cent, higher at 39,112.74, while the Nifty closed almost flat at 11,691.45. Also Read – Maruti cuts production for 8th straight month in Sep Top losers in the Sensex pack included Yes Bank, IndusInd Bank, TCS, Maruti, Infosys, Asian Paints, Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Axis Bank and HCL Tech, shedding up to 1.43 per cent. On the other hand, Bharti Airtel, Kotak Bank, Coal India, RIL, L&T, PowerGrid and HDFC gained up to 1.10 per cent. According to experts, investors were cautious despite strong cues from global markets, amid concerns over weakening economic data, lack of liquidity and deficit in monsoon. Also Read – Ensure strict implementation on ban of import of e-cigarettes: revenue to Customs Elsewhere in Asia, Shanghai Composite Index, Hang Seng, Nikkei and Kospi were trading significantly higher in their respective early sessions after the US Fed policy outcome. The US central bank on Wednesday left rates unchanged, opening the door to an interest rate cut soon, saying uncertainties about the economic outlook are on the rise and vowing to act to keep the economy growing. Bourses on Wall Street too ended in the green last night. Meanwhile, on a net basis, foreign institutional investors sold equity worth Rs 97.05 crore, and domestic institutional investors offloaded shares to the tune of Rs 104.91 crore, provisional data available with stock exchanges showed on Wednesday. On the currency front, the Indian rupee appreciated 10 paise to 69.58 against the US dollar. The global oil benchmark Brent crude futures were trading 1.29 per cent higher at 62.62 per barrel.