Posts Tagged ‘Ceremony’

Rokenbok Bridge Ceremony

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012

www.rokenbok.com News anchor Dave ROKs is at the scene of the opening bridge ceremony. Everything is going well things are just getting underway when something unexpected happens and everything goes wrong. Luckily, a Rokenbok construction and rescue crew is there to save the day! The new Rokenbok bridge is incredible, but who would think a ROK worker would need to be rescued during the opening ceremony! Will she get down safely? How will the Mayor handle this emergency? And, is there romance in the air? If you are not familiar with Rokenbok, it’s a small company based in Solana Beach, California, near San Diego. The Company’s mission is to create ideal learning environments for children, and Rokenbok has been shipping its high quality, educational toy system since 1997. Rokenbok construction lets children build their own ideas, and Rokenbok ROK Star machines are so much fun because they work so well. The two together create endless, special playtimes for children and their parents. Each building set or remote control machine can be enjoyed alone or as part of an ever-growing world with unlimited play and educational potential. Winner of more than 50 toy awards, Rokenbok is a superb investment that will engage the whole family, even when the youngest child is only three years old. In fact, parents (and grandparents) love playing with Rokenbok almost as much as their kids. Rokenbok construction is different because you make real working buildings that interact with ROK Star
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Launching Ceremony of the Electric Train Set (ETS) for KTMB

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Dato’ Seri Ong Tee Keat, Minister of Transport is seen here pressing the air horn as part of the launching ceremony for the arrival of the first Electric Train Set (ETS 01) for Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB). This train which is 6-cars long and made from Hyundai Rotem of South Korea will be fully utilised for the Rapid Intercity Service between Seremban and Ipoh. It will also cut travelling time from the current 3 Hours to just 1 Hour and 55 Mins from KL to Ipoh as this train can accomodate to speeds up to 140km/h. This train is Wheelchair Accessible and has a toilet specially designed for the Wheelchair bound. This train boast new corfortable and ergonomic seats and provides passengers with small cafe onboard. A total of 5 sets has been purchased and will start revenue service on April 2010.

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