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After 19 years as WW Solutions’ chief operating officer, Fitzgerald has opted to retire. Hynekamp, chief operating officer at Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean (WW Ocean), took up his new role on June 3. He will retain his responsibilities for WW Ocean on an interim basis.Craig Jasienski, ceo at Wallenius Wilhelmsen, thanked Fitzgerald for his hard work and ongoing commitment to the organisation.“WW Solutions has in many ways been at the forefront of our digital transformation so far – and we have Ray to thank for that,” said Jasienski. “Ray and his team have built and launched our first proper digital product and the Syngin acquisition has started us on the path of full lifecycle logistics, as well as adding crucial e-commerce capabilities.”Commenting on Hynekamp’s appointment, Jasienski added: “With the scope of his competence across finance, operations and commercial, Mike is uniquely suited to lead WW Solutions in the exciting years to come.” www.2wglobal.com
The crane will be capable of lifting jackets for wind turbines off the deck of the vessel, said Huisman. A fly jib allows the crane to lift smaller components up to a height of 125 m above deck.It will also be capable of upending large monopiles from a horizontal to vertical position.As HLPFI reported here, the first project for Bokalift 2 will be the transport and installation of components for the Changfang and Xidao (CFXD) offshore wind farm, located approximately 15 km off the coast of Changhua County, Taiwan.www.huismanequipment.comboskalis.com
GEORGIA: President Mikheil Saakashvili outlined his vision for fast trains to cut the 360 km Tbilisi – Batumi journey from 8 h to less than 3 h on May 31. Opening a construction base in Batumi for the upgrading of GRZ’s main line, he said modern transport and communications were essential to reduce unemployment and raise the quality of life, making Batumi ‘the best city on the Black Sea coast’.GRZ Director-General Irakli Ezugbaia said ‘intensive works’ are underway with support from France. The bulk of the project covers realigning curves, which will require ‘complex engineering’ in difficult terrain. Completion is planned for the end of 2012. Contributing to the shorter journey times will be a new eight-car inter-city EMU which entered service between Batumi and Kutaisi on June 14, cutting the journey time by 1 h 20 min to 2 h 45 min. This is one of three EMUs ordered from CSR Nanjing Puzhen in August 2007 at a cost of €6m. Assembled locally by Tbilisi Electric Railway Car Repair Plant, it was hailed as the first new post-Soviet train for Georgia. The other pair are two-car EMUs destined to operate shuttle services to Tbilisi International Airport.
Exiled former President of Gambia Yahya Jammeh is looking at venturing into farming full time according to reports.Authorities in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea would have no objection to the former President of Gambia desire to embark on agriculture because “the country is full of fertile land available,” according to an Equatorial Guinean diplomat, as per a report by Jeune AfriqueJammeh flew out to Equatorial Guinea on 21st January from The Gambia to live in exile in Equatorial Guinea after 22 years in power, to allow elected President Adama Barrow to take up office and end a political crisis in Gambia.The 51 year old Gambian leader had refused to step down after a December 1 election in which Barrow was declared winner, leading to political tension and uncertainty in the tiny West African nation for weeks until the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) proposed a military intervention to oust the President, however ECOWAS negotiations saw Yahya finally leave power.When President Yahya Jammeh picked up his phone to call Barrow to congratulate him he told the President-elect he would be retiring to his farm as the farmer-in-chief. Jammeh’s Kanilai farms in Western Region often had visits from the leader according to SMBC.
Muhammadu Buhari sworn in as Nigeria’s president Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday condemned clashes in the western Taraba state that left scores dead.The clashes between Jukun and Tiv ethnic groups occurred on Friday, and also left tens of people injured.Other clashes also occurred in Adamawa state, prompting President Buhari’s condemnation.The cause of the clashes has not yet been established.“The recent violent clashes between Jukuns and Tivs in Taraba State, and the Fulani, Genjon and Bachama in Adamawa State are needless and saddening. Violence cannot be the solution to the resolution of misunderstandings among people,” he said.The president said the military had restored calm in the affected areas, and emergency services had been deployed to offer assistance to those affected.He also urged the affected communities to search for other solutions to their differences other than engaging in war.“The primary initiative for ending violence once and for all must originate from the local actors involved in these clashes,” he said.Related Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari to inaugurate ministers Nigeria prepares to usher in the new president; Muhammadu Buhari
While there, Minnesota dairy farmers talked with thousands of event-goers from across the country about dairy farming and encouraged guests to get involved with the Fuel Up to Play 60 program. Part of the program events each day was hosting a Skills and Drills clinic on an actual field in the Kids’ Zone. There, both a Minnesota dairy farmer and NFL player shared his or her own story with children attending the clinic. advertisementadvertisement“It was a great complimentary message talking about the nutritious foods that come from cow’s milk such as cheese, yogurt, ice cream and fluid milk,” said Lucas Lentsch, CEO of Midwest Dairy. “That messaging really resonated with the kids because they then got to hear the NFL player share his story and how he used milk and dairy foods to build a strong body.“Children are really inquisitive about learning where their food comes from. The first five questions from the audience of young people was directed at the dairy farmer, asking more clarifying questions about the farm,” Lentsch said. “Having the celebrity status of a NFL football player right alongside the celebrity status of the dairy farmer was awesome to watch and witness firsthand.”Another highlight feature at the booth was a virtual reality game where consumers and kids got a firsthand look at a dairy farm modeled after the Heintz Badger Valley Farm in Caledonia, Minnesota. The virtual reality goggles allow players to have an interactive experience to pull roofs off of barns and look inside, as well as experience a NFL locker room and throw footballs. At the booth, event-goers also had the opportunity to meet current and retired NFL players who stopped by the Fuel Up to Play 60 booth throughout the week. “It has been fun for me to look at guests’ faces when they have a real dairy farmer handing them a cheese snack and welcoming them to the Fuel Up to Play 60 booth, as well as having NFL players stop by and pose for pictures,” Lentsch said. “That is why it is important for farmers to be engaging consumers in unexpected places.”The Fuel Up to Play 60 program encourages students across the country to eat healthy and get active for 60 minutes a day. It is the nation’s largest in-school wellness program and was created in partnership by the NFL, National Dairy Council and USDA.advertisement“I couldn’t be more proud of our dairy farmers for giving their true and transparent story of who they are and what they work for,” Lentsch said. “I think that is ultimately what consumers want today is transparency in their food and transparency in the relationships of people who bring them that food.” Audrey SchmitzEditorProgressive DairymanEmail Audrey Schmitzaudrey@progressivepublish.com In a meeting of football and farming, Minnesota dairy farmers from across the state served as ambassadors at Midwest Dairy’s Fuel Up to Play 60 booth. All week long, more than 60 dairy farmers shared their stories at the 2018 Super Bowl Experience event from Jan. 27 to Feb. 3 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Farmington Public Schools will host a series of evening workshops over the next several weeks, with the goal of increasing understanding of different perspectives and how our experiences shape our thoughts and actions.“Community Dialogues” examine privilege, prejudice, bias, and “isms”. Each session will include a video and opportunities for conversation. While this is a series, you do not have to attend all sessions to benefit. Registration is not necessary.The workshops will be held from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Maxfield Education Center at 32789 W. 10 Mile Rd., Farmington, on these dates:Wednesday, January 30 – Privilege & PowerWednesday, February 6 – Gender SpectrumThursday, March 7 – RaceThursday, March 28 – Diversity in FaithFor more information, contact Naomi Khalil at 248-489-3596 or email@example.com.–Press release Reported by admin Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)
Magnolia Hotshots’ Jio Jalalon (2nd from right) guards the ball from NLEX Road Warriors defenders. PBAMANILA – Magnolia Hotshots drew strengths from Ian Sangalang and Jio Jalalon in the fourth period as it cruised to a 106-99 victory over NLEX Road Warriors in Game 3 of the PBA Philippine Cup semifinals last night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.With the scores tied at 87-all, Sangalang came up with consecutive conversions to give Hotshots the lead. Jalalon then followed suit with his scoring to pull them to a 97-89 edge.Road Warriors rallied to within 92-98 on a conversion by JR Quiñahan but Hotshots came up with a finishing run from Rome dela Rosa and Sangalang for a 104-95 lead with 50 seconds left.Jalalon led the way with 25 points, including four 3-point conversions, while Sangalang contributed 24 markers for Hotshots, which moved up in the race-to-four semifinals series to 2-1.Dela Rosa also had his best game in the playoffs with 17 points, while Paul Lee contributed 14 markers for Hotshots, which played without injured Marc Pingris and Justin Melton.“We adjusted a little bit on our defense and we tried to move the ball,” said Hotshots head coach Chito Victolero. “We did a good job on defending their guards, especially doon sa mga guards nila na nag-ke-create.”Rookie Kiefer Ravena led NLEX with 20 points, while Kevin Alas contributed 15 points and nine rebounds, and Quiñahan finished with 13 markers.In another league development, PBA commissioner Willie Marcial slapped a P25,000 fine on San Miguel Beermen forward Arwind Santos for his endgame comment in their Game 3 loss to Barangay Ginebra San Miguel Kings on Tuesday night.Santos was meted a P20,000 fine for “statements detrimental to the league” and a P5,000 penalty for a flagrant foul 1 committed against Ginebra center Japeth Aguilar in the third quarter./PN[/av_textblock][/av_one_full] Magnolia Hotshots’ Jio Jalalon (2nd from right) guards the ball from NLEX Road Warriors defenders. PBA [av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Jalalon, Sangalang lead Magnolia past NLEX’ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=’30’ subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’18’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=” av-medium-font-size-title=” av-small-font-size-title=” av-mini-font-size-title=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”]BY ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”]Thursday, March 15, 2018[/av_textblock][av_textblock size=’18’ font_color=” color=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” admin_preview_bg=”]
Full Schedule Roster West Florida now awaits its home opener, which is slated for a 6:00 p.m. start on Saturday against Auburn-Montgomery. Preview BOX SCORE UWF won the battle down low, outscoring FVSU 36-28 in the paint. For information on all UWF athletics, visit GoArgos.com. Next Game: FORT VALLEY, Ga. – Austin Somerfield, Deangelo Legrier and Marvin Jones all posted double-digit point totals to help give the University of West Florida men’s basketball team its second consecutive win to open the 2016-17 in a 73-67 performance over Fort Valley State. Somerfield posted 17 first-half points, and the Argonauts outrebounded FVSU 26-19. Somerfield led all players in the first half with six rebounds. Somerfield led all players in the game with 19 points while recording a team-high eight rebounds. Legrier and Jones finished with 18 points and 12 points, respectively, while Rashaan Benson recorded a game-high six assists. UWF (2-0) came out firing to start the second half, going on a 16-2 run over 5:02 early in the second half to gain a 19-point lead at 54-35. Fort Valley responded with a 10-0 run, but the Wildcats were never able to surmount UWF’s lead as the Argonauts held on for a 73-67 win. West Florida as a whole shot 48% in the second half. Live Stats Auburn-Montgomery 11/19/2016 – 6:30 pm Jones was the focal point of the UWF offense in the second half, scoring 10 points from going 4-of-5 shooting in the second half. Jones also converted on both of his three-point attempts to help West Florida post a 50% three-point field goal percentage in the second half. Watch Live Fort Valley State (0-2) lead by as many as 13 in the first half, as the Wildcats jumped out to a 21-8 lead to start the contest. UWF responded by using a 16-4 run to cut FVSU’s lead to just one at 25-24. From that point, UWF would take a 36-30 lead into the half largely in thanks to six points from Legrier. Print Friendly Version