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Firich invests in Russia casino, says paper

Newswatch - Dec 1, 16:07

POS device maker Firich Enterprises has invested in Tigre de Crystal, a casino being built in the Russian city of Vladivostok, for a 25% stake, and will begin to ship slot machines...

POS maker Firich to invest in Russia casino operator

Stockwatch - Aug 28, 15:06

POS device maker Firich Enterprises will invest NT$1.08 billion (US$36 million) to acquire a 19% stake in Russia-based Oriental Regent and indirectly acquire a 19% stake in Russia-based...

IPC maker Firich to enjoy revenue and profit growths in 2013

Jan 28, 23:08

Taiwan-based industrial PC (IPC) maker Firich Enterprise expects to enjoy strong revenue and profit growth in 2013, as the company has recently formed a cooperation with gambling...

POS maker Firich may see 40% revenue growth in 2010

Mar 16, 12:24

Firich Enterprises, a Taiwan-based maker of POS (point of sale/service) equipment and game machines, expects fast growing demand for handset-based sports betting in the China market,...

Taiwan-based maker Firich to offer POS based on cloud computing concept

Feb 9, 15:32

Firich Enterprises, a Taiwan-based maker of POS equipment, will introduce cloud computing into the design of its new POS models for launch in the second half of 2010, according to...

Firich unveils ViVi POS

Apr 21, 11:23

Firich Enterprises, a Taiwan-based maker of POS (point of sale/service) equipment/devices, on April 20 debuted ViVi POS, an electronic cash register equipped with basic POS functions,...

Firich-developed ViVi POS

Three Taiwan POS makers see revenues rebounding in February

Mar 11, 14:31

Firich Enterprises, Flytech Technology and Posiflex Technologies, three Taiwan-based makers of POS (point of sale) equipment, on March reported revenues figures for February 2009,...

Taiwan maker Firich extends lottery machine supply contract with Intralot

Feb 24, 12:18

Firich Enterprises, a Taiwan-based maker of POS (point of sale/service) equipment and gaming machines, has signed with Intralot SA, a Greece-based provider of lottery management solutions...

Firich develops ViVi POS for small retailers

Jan 5, 10:41

Firich Enterprises, a Taiwan-based maker of POS (point of sale/service) equipment/devices, plans to start volume production of ViVi POS, electronic cash registers with basic POS functions...

Firich trialling low-cost POS in the US, Japan and China

Nov 21, 16:39

Taiwan-based POS device maker Firich Enterprise is trialling low-cost POS products with potential clients in the US, Japan and China, according to the company.

Taiwan maker Firich to benefit from Intralot's investment in Hong Kong-listed Melco LottVentures

Newswatch - Sep 30, 11:43

Intralot S.A., a Greece-based global provider of lottery management solutions and service/hardware, will invest HK$305 million (US$39.3 million) for a 20.6% stake in Hong Kong-listed...

Firich to offer low-cost POS equipment

Sep 3, 14:58

Firich Enterprises will offer low-cost POS (point of sale/service), termed ViviPOS by the company, product lines later in September 2008, according to the company.

Taiwan-based Firich expanding sports lottery business in China

Jun 23, 15:30

POS and gaming machines maker Firich Enterprises is expanding its deployment of sports lottery scratch card at retail outlets in the China market, in preparation for the anticipated...

Firich offers medical-care hand carts
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