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    Pingtung fire 結果共12筆

  • Launch Technologies reports NT$1.3B losses from factory fire

    Launch Technologies Co, a golf ball manufacturer, has announced losses of NT$1.329 billion resulting from a catastrophic factory explosion in late September. The losses include NT$273 million worth of inventory, NT$599 million in property and equipment damages, NT$2.71 million in other asset losses, and NT$455 million as a liability reserve. The company’s third-quarter financial report, approved by the board, reveals total revenues of NT$2.776 billion during the first three quarters. Operations have been suspended following the incident, which is expected to further impact the company’s operations. The factory fire in Pingtung County on September 22 resulted in 10 fatalities and over 100 injuries.
    2023/11/07 18:31
  • Draft bill to allow unions for select gov’t staff approved

    The Executive Yuan of Taiwan has passed a draft amendment allowing select police, judiciary, and accounting personnel in government agencies to establish unions with the approval of the Ministry of Civil Service. This amendment proposal will be sent to the Examination Yuan for review. The decision to allow union formation follows a tragic fire in Pingtung where four firefighters died, prompting the National Association for Firefighters’ Rights to demand the formation of a union.
    2023/10/26 17:03
  • Pingtung fire bureau director resigns after factory fire

    Pingtung County Fire Bureau Director Hsu Mei-Hsueh resigns following a devastating fire at Launch Technologies factory that claimed the lives of four firefighters.
    2023/10/06 17:05
  • Advanced Int’l Multitech fined NT$680K for safety violations

    Six factories of Advanced International Multitech Co., Ltd, the parent company of Launch Technologies Co., have been fined NT$680,000 for violating the Occupational Safety and Health Act. This comes after a tragic fire at a Launch Technologies factory in Pingtung resulted in over a hundred casualties.
    2023/10/03 18:31
  • Joint investigation kicks off on deadly Pingtung fire blaze

    Minister Wang denies blame-shifting in Pingtung factory blaze incident. Launch Technologies’ factories shut down due to hazardous materials storage beyond limits. Premier Chen supports the action, highlighting central-local government cooperation.
    2023/09/26 19:46
  • Golf ball maker faces NT$2.4M fine for Pingtung factory fire

    Pingtung County imposes a NT$2.4 million fine on golf ball maker Launch Technologies for a deadly factory fire. Learn more about the penalties and investigations surrounding this tragic incident.
    2023/09/25 19:04
  • Delivery drivers rally to support exhausted firefighters

    A tragic fire at a Pingtung golf ball factory claims six lives, including four firefighters. Delivery drivers come together to support exhausted first responders. Learn more about this devastating incident.
    2023/09/23 16:54
  • Investigation begins into Pingtung factory blaze

    The Pingtung District Prosecutors Office has sought assistance from the Association for Victim Support’s Pingtung branch to help affected families of the Pingtung factory explosion freeze Launch Technologies’ assets.
    2023/09/23 15:31
  • Firefighter tragic death leaves wife and mother in grief

    A heartbreaking story unfolds as a fireman tragically loses his life in Pingtung, leaving his bereaved wife and mother-in-law devastated.
    2023/09/23 10:56
  • Update: Pingtung factory explosion leaves 5 dead, 5 missing

    A suspected chemical explosion at a golf equipment manufacturer in Pingtung City has left 5 dead, 5 missing, and 98 injured, with 2 in critical condition.
    2023/09/23 10:45
  • Pingtung factory blaze: 1 firefighter dead, dozens injured

    A fire at Pingtung Technology Industrial Park has caused casualties, including a firefighter’s tragic death. Minister Lin Yu-chang responds swiftly. The situation is ongoing.
    2023/09/22 22:30
  • Taiwan military holds live-fire drills in Lien Yung exercise

    Taiwan’s military showcased its firepower during a three-day exercise at the Pingtung Tri-Service Joint Training Base, featuring Apache helicopters firing 30-caliber rounds and Indigenous Defense Fighters (IDF) dropping practice bombs and flares.
    2023/09/21 19:13
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