June 2021 ISSUE #43

Guardian to invest in new production line in Luxembourg

High-performance glass manufacturer Guardian has had industrial operations in Luxembourg for over 40 year. The company now reconfirms its commitment to the country by investing in a new production line for float glass.

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Luxembourg inaugurates its high performance computer

Luxembourg’s new high performance computer MeluXina was inaugurated on 7 June 2021. Ranked among the top 30 supercomputers in the world, MeluXina has been designed to meet business needs and is available for use by start-ups and SMEs as well as large international groups.

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Cebi opens new R&D laboratory in Luxembourg

Electromechanical components manufacturer Cebi International has opened a new state-of-the-art testing laboratory at its Luxembourg headquarters. The R&D lab is unique of its kind in Luxembourg, and is accessible to external private and public users.

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Enabling space ambitions

Founded in 2006, microsatellite and integrated services specialist LuxSpace is a pioneer in the Luxembourg space sector. While its top-notch products enable a variety of space missions, the company thrives in the dynamic Luxembourg space ecosystem.

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Fit 4 Start #11: 15 companies selected

15 start-ups from 8 different countries have been selected for participation in the 11th edition of the Fit 4 Start acceleration programme. They will benefit from 6 months of coaching, pre-seed funding and networking activities.

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Crossroads Magazine: Turning data into value

The new edition of Crossroads Magazine takes a deep dive into the opportunities generated for businesses in the new data economy. It also provides an insight into Luxembourg’s role as a European hub for the commercial space industry.

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Luxembourg has the world’s 3rd most resilient economy

Luxembourg gains four places compared to last year in the 20201 FM Global Resilience Index and ranks 1st in the “economy” category.

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Luxembourg top 20 markets for total workforce engagement

Luxembourg ranks 18th in the 2021 Total Workforce Index measuring the relative ease of sourcing, hiring and retaining workforce skills.

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Luxembourg living

One of the most interesting of Luxembourg’s many castles is the one in the village of Clervaux. With a history of some 900 years, the castle houses a museum displaying weapons and souvenirs from the second world war and the famous photo exhibition “Family of Man”.

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