DGENDistributed Generation
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The stock exchange has been one of the best performing markets in the world with the DGEN index climbing 400 per cent between 2007 and 2010.
The DGEN index rose by 80 per cent in 2010 but has lost 20 per cent in the last three weeks.
Andre Muffang, a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and chief engineer of the roads and bridges administration in Amiens, headed the CRI, while Henri Giraud, the director of public works for the city of Paris, ran the daily activities of the DGEN. After Giraud died in November 1942, Frederic Surleau took control of the DGEN.
Since December 5, when the DGEN hit a record high of 8,918.51, it has lost 27.4 per cent.
Global exhibitors already confirmed for this year's event include Kornit, Siser, Dgen, Mimaki, Keundo, Asialink (for Anajet) and Synnex (for Roland).
Combined with International High-Speed Digital Printing technology and Application Forum, the show attracted leading exhibitors such as, Reggiani, Chemtax Industrial Co.,Ltd., Dgen, Konica Minolta, Ichinose, Union International, Epson, Beijing Asia link Digital Technology Co.,Ltd, Dystar, Synnex Distributions (China) Ltd., Ms Adt Zhuhai Nano Digital Technology Co.,Ltd., DGI, Durst Phototechnik Ag, Kornit Design Digital Science and Technology Co.,Ltd.
Other sponsors include HP as Corporate sponsor, dgen as Digital Textile sponsor, Xaar as Global Technology partner and Esko as Software.