Congratulations to all our subscribers with the beginning of the long-awaited spring! The beginning of the third month coincides with the third issue of the news digest from RSW Systems.
Unitsky String Technologies confirms its leadership in developing innovative solutions in the transport industry, and we continue to bring you information from the source.
“#UST is the most environmentally friendly type of transport. It can be used where ordinary roads or railways cannot be built, while preserving the landscape and natural conditions”.
What makes string transport so clean? Not so long ago, its creator Anatoli Unitsky partially revealed this secret, arguing about the inefficiency of existing modes of transport: “It turns out that 100 percent of energy is spent not on useful work, but on fighting the environment and destroying it. What we call ecology. This manifests itself in the emission of exhaust gases, in the noise during the movement of the rolling stock, in the vibration of the earth, in the abrasion of tyres, asphalt, rails and crushed stone cushions, and so on. Therefore, in land transport, it is necessary to minimize the fight with the environment and its destruction”.
And the creator of string technologies succeeded! We read:
“#UST #transport systems has the Lowest Energy Consumption due to a large number of its innovations”.
We reported last summer that most of the string technology developer moved to a new building. More than 9,000 sq. m. of the nine-storey office complex housed about a thousand of its employees, which contributed to the optimization of business processes, as a result of which the level of the company’s productivity has increased, the pace of technology creation and the practical implementation of Unitsky String Transport has accelerated. And finally, according to official information, the form corresponds to the content:
“New corporate identity for the headquarters building of Unitsky String Technologies, Inc. in Minsk (Belarus)”.
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