Redrow announces disappointing interim results

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BOC Edwards launch 2007’s product catalogue

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Hansom A good all-rounder

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GAC Laser moves giant brewery tanks without any spills!

first_imgCommissioned by brewery specialists Ziemann Group in Germany, the project entailed sailing from Antwerp through GAC agent Zust & Bachmeier, clearance on arrival at Richards Bay and a week-long road trip to their final destination. Regional Managing Executive Carol Holland and colleagues at GAC Laser Durban were at the port when the 22 metre long tanks arrived, to ensure that the eight hour unloading operation was carried out with the utmost care and in accordance with South African Port Operations safety procedures, before they started their 700 km journey by truck to Rosslyn. Ms Holland says the eight months of planning in preparation for the project paid off. Despite the huge unusual loads and challenges involved, the operation was completed without any ‘spills’, much to the satisfaction of Joachim Breitenbach of Ziemann Group. “When fully operational, these five tanks – each capable of holding 615, 441 litres – will have enough beer to fill over 5.4 million glasses of beer in pubs throughout South Africa and I can picture a lot of happy customers as a result,” she quipped. GAC Laser is jointly owned and controlled by South African logistics company The Laser Group, and the Dubai-based GAC Group.last_img read more

ProvPort plays offshore wind part

first_imgGE, which recently completed its acquisition of Alstom’s offshore wind unit, is supplying the 6 MW Haliade 150 offshore wind turbines for the Block Island site – the first offshore wind farm under construction in the USA.The first five of 15 tower sections, measuring around 29 m high each, arrived at the new temporary facility that GE is building in Providence by ship last week.Over the next six months, GE will install the critical electrical, mechanical, and safety equipment within the bottom tower sections. The remaining tower sections will arrive in Rhode Island next year.GE and Deepwater Wind have teamed up with several local contractors to assist with this project, including: Aladdin Electric, Bay Crane New England, Essex Newbury, E.W. Audet & Sons, Aero Mechanical, Waterson Terminal Services, GZA GeoEnvironmental, VHB, and Fuss & O’Neill.”We are pleased to support Deepwater Wind’s historic efforts to establish the first offshore wind warm in the USA. In addition to assisting Deepwater Wind with this project, we believe ProvPort is perfectly situated to continue to position Rhode Island as a leader in offshore wind development as we offer 3,500 ft (1,066 m) of linear berthing space, 20 acres (8 ha) of open lay down area and 40 ft (12 m) of deep draft,” said Paul Moura, chairman of ProvPort’s board of directors.Since the first ‘steel in the water’ at Block Island in July 2015, Deepwater Wind has completed installation of the five steel jacket foundations and pile driving for those foundations. Installation of the deck platforms is expected to finish in the coming weeks. Submarine cable installation is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2016, with erection of the five offshore wind turbines set for the summer of 2016. The project is scheduled to be in service and generating power in the fourth quarter of 2016. read more

Bombardier completes sale of 30% stake in Transportation business

first_imgBOMBARDIER: Pension and insurance investor Caisse de Dépôt et Placement du Québec’s US$1·5bn purchase of a 30% stake in Bombardier’s Transportation business was completed on February 11. This follows regulatory approval for the deal which had been announced last November. CPDQ has acquired a 30% stake in Bombardier Transportation (Investment) UK Ltd, known as BT Holdco, which has been set up as holding company for all of the assets of the Transportation business.Bombardier is to use the proceeds for general corporate purposes, and said completion of the transaction ‘crystallises the value of Bombardier Transportation’ and strengthens the group’s financial position with no increase in debt. Concurrently with the closing of the acquisition, Bombardier issued CDPQ with warrants exercisable for a total of 105 851 872 Class B subordinate voting shares in the capital of Bombardier. The warrants are exercisable for seven years at US$1·66 per share.last_img read more

Jamaica gets US$67-m IMF drawdown

first_imgKINGSTON, Jamaica — The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved disbursement of US $67 million for Jamaica.The development follows a successful sixth review of the country’s economic performance under the four-year Extended Fund Facility (EEF).The completion of the sixth review follows a November 5 to 11 visit to Jamaica by the IMF mission team, which said Jamaica’s programme with the Fund “remains on track and strong”.In a release Friday, December 19, Deputy Managing Director and Acting Chair of the IMF Board, Naoyuki Shinohara said that the fiscal performance of the Jamaican economy is on track and all quantitative performance targets for the end of September were met.“Macroeconomic performance under the programme continues to be good and growth is showing signs of picking up” Shinohara said.He noted that “wide-ranging actions” to boost growth and employment are critical for the success of the programme.Shinohara added that the Jamaican government, in preparing the 2015/16 budget, has an opportunity to “strengthen the quality of fiscal adjustment including by advancing public sector reform.”He said reforms to enhance the business climate should also be accelerated by “cutting red tape, reforming the energy sector and making the public sector more client-oriented.” 131 Views   no discussions NewsRegional Jamaica gets US$67-m IMF drawdown by: Jamaica Observer – December 20, 2014 Tweet Sharecenter_img Share Share Sharing is caring!last_img read more

Bantu Petugas dan Penumpang, Bandara Changi Operasikan 47 Unit Robot,Hentikan Operasional Sementara, Inilah TransNusa, Maskapai Perintis yang Berbasis di Kupang

first_imgRobot LeoScrub di Bandara Changi ( Berbagai keindahan ditawarkan oleh Bandara Internasional Changi Singapura. Sebab Bandara Jewel Changi dilengkapi dengan air terjun indoor, berbagai macam taman dan area hiburan. Tak hanya bisa dinikmati oleh para pelancong yang tiba, berangkat atau transit, tetapi bagi pengunjung yang tidak terbang pun bisa merasakannya.Baca juga: Sambut New Normal, Bandara Changi Kerahkan Robot Pembersih dan Toilet Tanpa KontakTernyata tak hanya itu, Bandara Changi kini juga melengkapi diri dengan menghadirkan berbagai macam robot yang bisa membantu petugas dan penumpang untuk mendapat pengalaman yang lebih baik. Salah satunya robot yang membantu membersihkan genangan di lantai basah karena cipratan air terjun indoor dengan ketinggian 40 meter. Dilansir dari (2/9/2020), ada dua robot tak kenal lelah yakni robot LeoScrub milik Jewel. Kedua robot ini merupakan besutan perusahaan lokal LionBots Internasional dan bagian dari armada otomatis yang terus berkembang untuk membantu menjaga Bandara Changi setiap harinya.Robot pembersih LeoScrub sendiri merupakan bagian dari 47 robot di Jewel dan Terminal bandara. Tak hanya itu, robot tersebut juga semakin sering dipanggil untuk berinteraksi dengan pengunjung dalam berbagai cara.LeoScrub dilengkapi dengan kode QR pada bagian dada kirinya dan pengunjung bisa memindai dengan ponsel mereka untuk membuka menu dengan pertanyaan yang dapat mereka ajukan pada robot. Selain itu, dengan kode QR ini juga, pengunjung bisa meminta robot untuk bernyanyi. Selain robot pembersih, Jewel juga memiliki robot pramutamu yang akan digunakan pada akhir tahun ini.“Penggunaan robot telah membantu meringankan tugas yang lebih melelahkan dari staf kami, serta tugas mitra kami, di Jewel,” kata kepala pengalaman pengguna Jewel Changi Airport, Kelvin Tan.Kelvin menambahkan bahwa staf telah mampu bekerja lebih cerdas dan produktif. Di mana petugas kebersihan biasanya berkeliling sekali sehari untuk mengumpulkan sampah dari setiap toko di Jewel. Ini bisa memakan waktu satu setengah jam hanya untuk satu tingkat mall.Tetapi empat robot LeoPull yang merupakan saudara robot LeoScrub sudah menangani pengumpulan sampah di lantai ketiga Jewel dan akan ada yang lebih banyak lagi pada akhir tahun. Setiap LeoPull menarik tempat sampah besar yang disesuaikan dan akan berhenti di depan setiap toko dan membunyikan bel untuk memberi tahu penyewa tentang kedatangannya.Ini sepenuhnya dilakukan sendiri, karena telah diprogram dengan rutenya. Serangkaian sensor juga membantu robot menghindari rintangan dan orang serta memberi tahu operatornya apa yang akan dilakukannya pada satu titik. Meski begitu operator juga dapat memberikan instruksi, jika diperlukan, melalui aplikasi.Meskipun mereka mungkin menarik perhatian, LeoScrubs dan LeoPulls bukanlah robot paling populer di Bandara Changi. Perbedaan itu adalah milik robot Delight setinggi 1,3m, yang berkeliling di sekitar Jewel’s Canopy Park dua kali sehari, menawarkan kepada pengunjung minuman botol dan permen gratis.Baca juga: Ssstt..! Ada Robot Polisi Lalu Lintas di Bandara Changi“Robot Delight telah terbukti sangat populer sejak Canopy Park dibuka tahun lalu. Ini diprogram untuk mengikuti rute yang ditetapkan. Tapi kita juga bisa memicunya secara manual untuk kembali saat minuman habis,” kata eksekutif pengalaman pengguna Jewel Changi Airport, Euguene Tan, yang merupakan bagian dari tim yang mengawasi robot Jewel.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedJewel Changi, Bakal Jadi Destinasi Wisata Gaya Baru via Bandara Changi19/09/2018In “Bandara”Angkut Bagasi Penumpang, Bandara Internasional Dallas-Forth Worth Gunakan Robot FLEET17/07/2019In “Bandara”Geser Yang “Manual,” Selamat Datang Era Robotika di Bandara04/09/2017In “Bandara”last_img read more

Argos Take Down Falcons for the Second Time This Season, 3-0

first_imgArgos Take Down Falcons for the Second Time This Season, 3-0 PENSACOLA, Fla. – The No. 17 Argonauts improved to 20-7 on the season, and held onto an undefeated 8-0 conference record with the three-set sweep of Montevallo on Friday night (25-20, 25-18, 25-19). UWF Player of the Game Chelsea Wilhoite (Jacksonville, Fla./Bishop Kenny HS) took the court by storm, hitting at .500 with 17 kills and just two errors in the match. Reigning GSC Defensive Player of the Week, Patricia Gandolfo (Porto Alegre, Brazil/Missouri State – West Plains CC), swung at .529 also reaching double-digits with 10 kills. West Florida outhit Montevallo .291 to .174 in the win. Madeline Gonzalez (Bayamon, Puerto Rico/Hillsborough CC) swung at .444 with five kills and handed out 38 assists, while Calli Kovel (Shorewood, Ill./Charleston Southern) recorded two kills on three attempts. Jamie Nichols (Crawfordville, Fla./Wakulla HS) also swung efficiently, posting four kills at .333. Defensively, Jerica Carter (Gainesville, Fla./Gainesville HS) and Kovel tallied 13 digs each, while Gandolfo denied the Falcons four times at the net. The Argos improved their serving game, scattering six service aces throughout the match. Madeline Gonzalez and Gandolfo each registered two, while Luciana Rapach (Porto Alegre, Brazil/Iowa Western CC) and Wilhoite each earned one. UWF will host University of West Alabama tomorrow afternoon at 2 p.m. This match will serve as this year’s Pack it Pink. The first 500 fans to enter the game will receive a free pink t-shirt, and donations will be accepted in lieu of ticket sales. There will also be an open silent auction to bid on the pink jerseys worn by the players in the match. Fans can find out more information, and can follow along with all the action at Print Friendly Version Sharecenter_img Chelsea Wilhoite (Photo by Jim Hogue) last_img read more

Quick Facts

first_img Share UNIVERSITY INFORMATIONName: University of West FloridaLocation: 11000 University Pkwy, Pensacola, FL 32514Founded: 1967Enrollment: 12,749 (as of 2014-15)President: Dr. Judith BensePhone: (850) 474-2000Website: uwf.eduUniversity Vision, Mission, Values Statements:VISIONUWF will become a nationally acclaimed leader in transforming basic research into practical, integrated applications to benefit mankind.MISSIONResearch and Sponsored Programs will facilitate the growth, development, and quality of basic and applied sponsored research and will transfer emerging technologies from that research to the public.VALUESEffectiveness: Producing a high quality product with efficient use of resources.Efficiency: Completing projects on time and within budget.Teamwork: Maintaining a positive attitude, encouraging cooperation, lending support and working collaboratively with diverse groups.Customer Orientation: Recognizing that “customers” are all of the individuals encountered in supporting sponsored research and treating these individuals with courtesy, respect, professionalism and dignity.Inclusiveness: Fostering an environment of mutual respect and diversity of programs and interrelationships.ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT INFORMATIONNickname: ArgonautsPrimary Colors: Royal Blue (PMS 285 / 007DC3), Kelly Green (PMS 3405 / 06B085)Affiliation: NCAA Division IIConference: Gulf SouthAthletic Director: Dave ScottSenior Woman Administrator: Meghan BarterFaculty Athletics Representative: Dr. Pat WentzAthletics Phone: (850) 474-3003Athletics Fax: (850) 474-3342Athletics Website: GoArgos.comAthletic Department Vision, Mission, and Values Statements:VISIONA well-funded, academically successful, locally and regionally visible athletic program competing for Conference, Regional, and National Championships in top quality facilities who recruit, develop, and graduate well-rounded student-athletes.MISSIONIntercollegiate athletic programs at the University of West Florida offer student-athletes the opportunity to compete at the championship level and continue their personal development by actively engaging the community and providing appropriate resources for academic and athletic success.VALUESIntegrity – Citizenship – Academic Success – DisciplineCompetitiveness – Sportsmanship – CharacterUWF Athletics Strategic PlanNCAA Division II Philosophy StatementATHLETIC FACILITIESJim Spooner Field at Pelican Park (Baseball)Capacity: 2,500Dimensions: LF 330ft., CF 390ft., RF 330ft.Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex (Tennis)Capacity: 500UWF Field House (Basketball, Volleyball)Capacity: 1,180UWF Soccer Complex (Soccer)Capacity: 500UWF Softball Complex (Softball)Capacity: 800Print Friendly Version Quick Factslast_img read more