Bandung Car Rental – Don’t Go To Bandung Without It

Planning a vacation in Bandung – is it necessary to buy a Tour package?

The first time I planned a travel to Bandung with my family was several years ago, at that time me and my wife were split on the decision whether to buy a tour package or to go there by ourselves with our self planned trip.

There are several advantage and disadvantage if you buy a tour package, first and foremost since you have paid for the travel agent, they will take care of everything you need on your trip. This includes airlines ticket, hotel booking, local ground transportation, tourist attraction ticket entrance, and usually immigration procedure as well.
All you have to do is be there on time as scheduled and enjoy the vacation.

On the other hand there are several disadvantage of buying a tour package, one of them is you don’t have the freedom to choose the things you want to do as you always have to stick with the tour group and follow them to every destinations.
Other downside of a tour package is that they sometimes take you to places that they earn commission from if you buy something, for example: silk factory, tailor, jewellery store, medicine store, etc. It is always a waste of your valuable time visiting this kind of places as you aren’t always interested in the things sold there.

Travelling in a self planned tour by yourself is the alternative to tour package, this is the best way to travel since you have all the freedom to visit and see places you want. You can stay at one place and get to it and the culture of people live there so well that you feel you become a part of it.
This is the kind of travel experience you can’t get when you travel in a packaged tour.

Since a self planned tour requires a good transportation, you can get public transportation like bus, train or other type of public transportation. Eventhough they are cheap, sometimes it is better to use a more reliable type of transporation.

Hiring a car rental with driver is a luxury in some part of the world like Europe or United States but in Asia it is almost a necessity for a travelleris. This is because many countries in Asia doesn’t have a good public transportation as in Europe or United States.

Visitors to countries like Indonesia relying heavily on this kind of transportation, car rental with driver. As a new tourist destination city like Bandung a laid back city compared to capital city Jakarta, traffic is always a problem especially on weekend as the volume of vechicles can be doubled with tourists coming from all over the country and abroad.
If you visit Bandung there are several car rentals you can choose but the one I find very reliable is Bandung car rental by the name of Mulia Car Rental. The level of service of this car rental is truly remarkable, the quality of the cars are very good as they use always use the newest cars. The attitude of the driver are also on a high note, they are always polite and go all the way to fulfill your needs.

For an unforgetful holiday in Bandung be sure to hire from Mulia Rental – Bandung car rental

Retail Security Officer Services

Why having retail security is no longer a luxury you cannot afford.

Cutting Budget Costs On Retail Security Services Could Be A Big Mistake

Retail theft in Britain is higher than in Europe.
The UK is breaking new records for the wrong reasons, the Centre of Retail Research said Britains shoplifting for 2009 was at a record high and admittedly did reduce slightly in 2010 to 4.4BN but this is likely to prove the exception to the rule with future forecasts predicting a continual increase.
The majority of these crimes are committed by the usual suspects, organised gangs, professional shoplifters and the opportunists but will shock you is that 36.4 percent is carried out in house by staff members.
So ask yourself this, how do you prevent becoming a victim?
The answer is very simple, you invest in a Retail Security Service provider that can handle all aspects of retail security, inclusive of staff monitoring, a company that has a hard earned reputation for supplying security personnel that are experienced, knowledgeable that are well versed in all aspects of client care.
And most importantly, gives you the absolute best value for you money.
What if you are already employing security staff but they are giving you cause for concern?
You should never have any doubts about the people you hire and this is especially true and most relevant to security personnel. Hiring the proper security company will enhance and develop your companys profile and reputation, not prove detrimental to it.
The answers are still the same, give yourself peace of mind and let fully trained and SIA license professionals handle your needs.
There are too many security companies out there whose sole wish is to provide a body so that they can take your hard earned money. This attitude is endemic and should be picked up on immediately and avoided.
Information should be cascaded down from the management team allowing their staff to be kept up to date on all relevant matters.
What this means to you an employer is that your money is wisely invested and not squandered on disinterested and lazy security guards.
Given the fact that the recession is still very much in evidence, it is understandable that you will be reluctant to hire a security company but to do nothing is to invite trouble and means you are taking a gamble with your business and your staff.
That is why we recommend that you invest wisely by employing retail security services and in doing so you will find the best use for your hard earned money.
You can make the choice easy for a shoplifter, do they stay at you place of business and get caught by an attentive and experienced retail security guard or do they move on to another much easier target where they can steal with absolute certainty that they will be unopposed?

Why Sustainable agriculture Is Important For Rising Global Population

Sustainable agricultural practices are essential to feeding a growing and voracious global population.

Farmers throughout Australia clearly recognise the need for sustainable agriculture. In short, sustainable farms lead to a sustainable business that can be handed down through generations.

There is a strong argument for an industry-based environmental stewardship system that recognises sustainable agriculture practices.

While environmental groups, producer bodies and regional groups in Australia have filled the gap, an umbrella environmental stewardship program would be beneficial.

The industry is in the process of developing a stewardship management system for producers, to allow more effective management and reporting on sustainable agricultural practices.

This system will address five crucial areas: greenhouse gas and energy management; land use and management; soil and water; biodiversity; and feral animals and weeds.

Australian red meat producers actively undertake measures at each stage of production to increase their efficiency, cut greenhouse gas emissions and manage other environmental impacts to help preserve our natural resources.

The domestic red meat industry invests more than $7.5 million each year in research and development (R&D) to find ways to make constant improvements to its environmental performance.

This includes collaborating with other livestock industries and governments in R&D to find practical ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while increasing productivity. Since 1990, emissions from red meat production have decreased by 6.5% per kilogram of product.

Through holistic management of their properties, Australian farmers nurture not only their livestock but the soil, trees, micro-organisms, native animals and vegetation that make up their production system. Not only is this important for sustainable farms but it is important for Australia’s quest to cut overall emissions.

A worldwide analysis of the effects of land management on soil carbon showed there is on average about 8% more soil carbon under well-managed pasture than under native forests.

While sustainable farming practices make good business sense, consumers are also increasingly seeking more information about the sustainability profile of their red meat.

The Australian red meat industry is actively engaged with the Sustainable Agricultural Initiative (SAI) Platform – a unique initiative set up in Europe five years ago by leading food companies with a conviction that a common food and agricultural industry platform can promote sustainable agriculture at a global level.

The SAI Platform is an independent association operating across the agriculture, food and fibre chain and aims to change practices to improve agriculture sustainability outcomes.

The Platform’s business approach is known as the -PPPs’ where three dimensions are considered – people, profit and the planet.

Australian agriculture is in a strong position to meet the growing global demand for food. As an agricultural nation with a strong focus on exports, Australia’s farmers are committed to sustainable agricultural systems.

To continue to harvest the long-term economic benefits of food production, Australia’s farmers need to continue to innovate and invest in sustainable agriculture.

Sustainable agricultural practices should be employed for all Australian farming. Learn more at

Multi-functionality Of Agriculture Part Ll

In the context of the WTO, the issue relates to the effect of trade distorting subsidies on the related and interconnected aspects of a multi- functional agriculture. While it is known that subsidies to the dairy farmers in Europe and US depresses the domestic price of milk and milk products for the milk producers of the developing countries, it is difficult to assess the impact that non-rearing of cattle as an adjunct to the family farm will have on the multi-functionality of agriculture in larger parts of Asia and Africa. At a more fundamental level, the question is should the term for the milk and meat products of Europe and US be called the dairy farm sector, or the dairy industry for it is more in the nature of an industrial production process, rather than an agricultural operation. Proponents argue that the current patterns of agricultural subsidies, international trade and the related policy frameworks do not facilitate a transition towards an equitable agriculture and food trade relations or sustainable food and farming systems.

On the contrary, these have given rise to perverse impacts on natural resources and agro ecologies, as well as on human health and nutrition. Raj Patels book Stuffed and Starved which was reviewed by this column, subscribes to this view. They suggest that while knowledge, information and technologies of agriculture should have free circulation, agriculture production should be rooted in the local context and respond to the multiple needs of the community, and contribute those resources to the community which have traditionally beenassociated with agriculture. However, the other view, which also has a fair number of proponents, including those from the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) affiliated International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) argues that any attempt to remedy these outcomes by means of trade related instruments will weaken the efficiency of agricultural trade and lead to further distortions in the market. They argue that the number of rural households which do not depend on any kind of agricultural activity is rising, and therefore the multi-functionality has little meaning, especially for the poorest and most deprived sections, which do not have access to any land, including homestead land.

There is some empirical truth in this fact as well, for the numbers of landless labour in India (who do not have any rights over land) are more than the total number of marginal and small farmers. Thus, multi-functionality has no meaning for them, or the large numbers of the urban poor, whose primary concern is the access to affordable nutrition, rather than a return to the highly romanticized versions of bucolic climes!

AgriMatters would go with the proponents, because there are ways in which multi-functionality can be integrated into the lives of almost everyone who lives in the countryside. As governments and communities across the world recognize the right to

shelter, and the provision of a small plot for homestead land is getting the status of a Fundamental Right, it would be possible for landless workers to grow timber, vegetable, fruits and nuts both for self consumption, and the market, as also keep engaged in backyard poultry, duckery and a few goats and/or milch cattle. In other words, agriculture is so integral to the farmers and farm workers that it cannot be subject to decisions based on the manipulation /calibration of statistical tables and projected scenarios.

Green Cement Company Emerges As Leader In New Sciences For Agriculture And Energy Industries

Pompano Beach, Florida, March 13, 2014 – Blue World Crete, Inc., CEO, Robert Panitz and Himanshu Verma, Chairman of Navrattan Free Power Limited, announced their grand opening of their new Mumbai office of their joint venture company, Navrattan Blue Crete Industries. They are presently licensing regions of India with the newest Blue World Crete Technologies for manufacturing a high performance Green cement alternative for Portland cement. The new process for manufacturing their Blue Crete Fusion Binder takes full advantage of domestic and marine plants, even such plants as sea weed. The earlier process involved claims of utilizing algae only. The new process can now utilize a number of organic sources of feed stock which has improved the products ability to meet the economic and ecological challenge to Portland cement. The new venture between the two companies promises to take India by storm with high performance Green Concrete and low cost manufacturing which can be passed on to the consumer and business alike. The new process binder of BWC is a natural for low cost public housing and infrastructure. The growing economy in India is fertile ground for the launching of this newest of technologies for the Green cement/concrete formulation of BWC.

Art Galietti, Chief Operating Officer of BWC has told us that they have already licensed three major regions in India and are planning for the installation of cement plants capable of at minimum, one million metric tons per year. The new technology will not be in competition for fly ash used by the cement giants as this material is becoming more in demand around the world, as well as India. Blue Crete can take advantage of other pozzolan materials which are inexpensive and often just waste materials of other industries.

Blue World Crete has been on the march this last year in acquiring other world changing technologies to add to its corporate portfolio. Last month the company announced its joint venture relationship with a major university in Europe which has been a pioneer in using algae for agricultural purposes. CAP is a “Clean Algae Process” for the manufacture of a natural pesticide, growth enhancing and drought resistant product made from a natural process using algae. This new agricultural algae product will challenge many of the toxic and bioengineered products now used in the agricultural industry today.

Mr. Galietti has also informed us that a confidential partnership has been formed with a science and technology company located in Europe, which has built prototypes of a completely new technology in clean energy production. This technology is called EAS (Electric Amplification System) and can produce incredible amounts of electricity without a constant feed stock of fossil fuels, atomic energy, or hydro powered means. It can recycle its own energy feed stock in a closed loop system. Mr. Galietti has indicated that only a few groups of investors have been invited and allowed to witness the new prototypes located in Europe. More information will be available on CAP and EAS in future articles. Watch for them.

BWC is the company to keep track of in Green Technologies. For further information on Blue World Crete Inc. and the new innovations mentioned here, contact Mr. Art Galietti in their Florida corporate office at 954-978-9399, or

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Blue World Crete, Inc.

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