Handy Deed have today come forward with a new proposal to build a fleet of superyachts for W-Southern. The deal would include five new superyachts for the next five years.
The proposal comes after the early design was approved back in November 2017. The design has been teased in a secretive sketch with a few details surrounding the exciting new endeavour. With a modern exterior line, the five-deck superyacht boasts generous open spaces which have been engineered to create the ultimate on-board lifestyle.
The yacht design allows extremely spacious for owners and guests, like the main salon, sky lounge, beach club or the wellness area including 8- meter glass walls pool. Furthermore, the yacht will offer a tender garage for two tenders, rescue boat, and a variety of water toys.
The completion of this new 120-meter superyacht project is scheduled for spring 2021, with more details on the construction, coming soon later this year.
vonMELYN, the Mount Vema registered company responsible for electricity supply, water, sewage, waste management and recycle, reached out to Siemens, the German company to help build the City of Mount Vema desalination plant.
Saltwater will be desalinated in Mount Vema not only to produce water suitable for human consumption and irrigation, but also to produce salt, the by-product of desalination.
The use of desalinated water for consumption is not new. Desalination is used on many seagoing ships, including cruise ships and submarines. Along with recycled wastewater, desalinated water is one of the few rainfall-independent water sources.
Desalinated water is usually healthier than water from rivers and ground water, and there is less salt and limescale in it. According to the International Desalination Association, in June 2015, 18,426 desalination plants operated worldwide, producing 86.8 million cubic meters per day, providing water for 300 million people.
Seawater desalination according to Siemens, is an energy-intensive and therefore costly process. That’s why energy efficiency plays an extremely important role in ensuring economical plant operation. The company states on its website, that with perfectly matched components such as enclosures, bearings, active parts, ventilation, and cooling system, Siemens can supply the right motor for every need.
The desalination plant, according to people at vonMELYN, may be affordable long term, as it is often unmanned and are managed remotely from a central control room. The main challenge therefore according to Siemens lies in the maintenance and modernization of PC-based control systems.
RBMV Bank customers can now withdraw money via their mobile phone using their PIN. The new system will allow customers to withdraw up to 300 golles in foreign exchange without putting their card into a machine.
Customers are now able to use their smart phone and input their pin on the ATM app which sends the money to the nearest agent or use code at the nearest ATM part of the RBMV Bank global network.
The RBMV Bank has also unveiled a prototype for a new type of ATM for its agents that does away with a lot of the features you would normally expect to see. It works more like a smartphone or tablet, with a touchscreen display.
The minimalist ATM reminds some of a smartphone, and eliminates the traditional magnetic stripe card reader, receipt printer and pin pad. The concept, according to the bank, meets the needs of its global customers.
The idea is that agents can hold cash in Mount Vema currency or foreign exchange, which is then dispensed as usual to conventional customers who use the mobile ATM. It cuts out the need for security vans to constantly fill cash-hungry machines, while helping the RBMV Bank save money by maintaining fewer or no bank branches.
RBMV Bank, the Royal Bank of Mount Vema has launched a 0% balance transfer card with an introductory interest-free credit card rate that lasts 24 months. Making its card stand out in the Mount Vema credit card market, as there is no fee on the transfer you balance from your existing card.
With City of Mount Vema project participants more willing to take risks as the economy grows, RBMV Bank boasts a wide range of market-leading credit card deals, not only one of today’s most generous all-round 0% credit cards, but with a lengthy interest-free period on both balance transfers and purchases.
Research by financial analysts at the Gollexi shows the number of interest-free balance transfer cards on the Mount Vema market has increased among suppliers, and service providers, and is expected to continue for the next five years.
The Bank of Mount Vema has indicated that so far, the economy can support this trend however, that the territory will not be able to sustain this level of debt beyond 2025, so the Bank will intervene when necessary to prevent borrowers from getting themselves in a spiral of debt as they embark on the path for grow with the Kingdom of Mount Vema.