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Lessons from the courts: the key 2017 legal cases in property

Posted in qntkvqtv on October 18th, 2020

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Air Products and Linde sign a teaming agreement

Posted in qntkvqtv on October 7th, 2020

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Linde exclusive supplier for 2015 Shell Eco-marathon

Posted in qntkvqtv on October 7th, 2020

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TORM Restructures

Posted in qntkvqtv on October 6th, 2020

first_imgDanish shipping company TORM has wrapped up its comprehensive restructuring process, recapitalizing its balance sheet, by reducing the existing debt worth up to USD 561 million.The restructuring was carried out by way of a lender debt writedown to current asset values against the issuance of warrants and a subsequent optional exchange of debt to equity. As part of the restructuring, OCM Njord Holdings S.à.r.l., a wholly owned subsidiary of entities owned by Oaktree Capital Management, has contributed a fleet of 25 on-the-water and six newbuilding product tankers to TORM’s group.This has resulted in the creation of one of the largest owner-operators of product tankers with a portfolio of 74 owned product tanker vessels including LR2, LR1, MR and Handysize vessels with an average age of approximately 10 years.“I am proud that TORM, its lenders and Oaktree have successfully negotiated and implemented this comprehensive Restructuring. Thereby, we have created one of the largest owner-operators of product tankers globally, and we expect TORM to deliver strong, positive financial results already this year after an extended period of financial difficulties”, says Chairman of TORM’s Board Flemming Ipsen. Following the registration of the capital increases with the Danish Business Authority, the registered A share capital of TORM will amount to nominally DKK 957,543,745.54. The new A shares to be issued in connection with the restructuring correspond to 99.2% of TORM’s registered share capital and votes. It is currently expected that the new A shares will be admitted to trading and official listing on Nasdaq Copenhagen by end of July 2015.For the full-year 2015, the combined group expects positive EBITDA in the range of USD 170-210m and a profit before tax in the range of USD 100-140m. As at close of business 13 July 2015, the combined group has available liquidity in the form of cash and cash equivalents in excess of USD 125m (of which, USD 55m represents an Oaktree cash injection) and a new undrawn working capital facility of USD 75m.last_img read more

World rolling stock market November 2012

Posted in qntkvqtv on September 28th, 2020

first_imgBrazil: Porto Alegre operator Trensurb has called tenders for 15 four-car EMUs worth up to RS$220m, funded by the federal government’s PAC programme to stimulate economic growth. Price is the main criterion, but preference will be given to domestic production. Vale has commissioned Romanian firm Astra Vagone to supply a fleet of passenger coaches for long-distance services running up to 20 h. Molinari Rail is to equip 10 generator cars which will have Caterpillar engines and Hitzinger generators. CBTU has called tenders for 20 three-car diesel-electric light rail vehicles. 12 would be for the city of Natal and eight for João Pessoa. China: CNR Dalian is to supply 38 six-car Type B trainsets for Dalian metro Line 1, which is under construction for opening in 2014. Europe: Grammer is to supply 8940 seats for the 10 Siemens Velaro e320 trainsets ordered by Eurostar. France: Alstom has delivered the first of 12 high-capacity Citadis trams for Lyon route T3. At 42 m they are 10 m longer than the existing fleet. Germany: Under a 2008 framework agreement, on October 1 DB announced a €50m order for a further five Bombardier Twindexx Vario four and five-car 160 km/h double-deck EMUs, to be delivered from the second half of 2014 for regional services. KfW Ipex-Bank is funding Regentalbahn’s purchase of eight Stadler RegioShuttle railcars which will enter traffic on Vogtland services in December. Israel: Under a 2010 framework agreement, ISR has placed a €122m order for a further 12 six-car push-pull rakes of Bombardier double-deck coaches to be delivered in 2014-15. Italy: ATM Milano has awarded AnsaldoBreda a €210m contract to supply 20 six-car metro trainsets to replace the existing fleet on Line 1, and 10 six-car sets for Line 2. There is an option for 30 sets. Bombardier’s Vado Ligure facility is to modernise 110 Trenitalia regional coaches by November 2014, fitting the 30-year old vehicles with new interiors and upgraded doors, bogies and air-conditioning. Japan: Kinki Sharyo is testing a prototype battery-diesel hybrid multiple-unit. Knorr-Bremse has been awarded a contract to supply brake components for JR East’s future Series E7 high speed trains (RG 10.12 p8). Lithuania: LG has ordered three Pesa 630M two-car DMUs for delivery between May and December 2013. Poland: Lubelskie voivodship has awarded a consortium of Pesa and ZNTK MM a 24m złoty contract to supply three two-car DMUs by the end of September 2013. Zachodniopomorskie voivodship has bought seven EN57 EMUs from PR for 7·5m złoty. They will still be operated by PR, but the ownership change enables public funding to be used for refurbishment. Newag and ZNTK MM are to modernise 34 EN57 EMUs for Koleje Mazowieckie at a cost of 273m złoty. The project includes fitting complete new interiors, and AC motors and IGBT traction equipment in place of DC motors and resistors. Romania: Remarul 16 Februarie hopes to assemble its first AGC multiple-unit under licence from Bombardier next year. Russia: Belarus firm Belkommunmash has won an order to supply three Type 843 trams to St Petersburg, the first export order for the design which is currently in service in Minsk. RZD and Tatravagonka have agreed to develop wagons able to carry exceptional loads of up to 500 tonnes. Private freight operator Eurosib has signed an MOU setting out plans to order 50 GE Transportation TE33A locos from JSC Lokomotiv in Kazakhstan. Pesa has won its first order to supply trams to Russia, a €4·5m contract to deliver three Swing trams for the metre-gauge system in Kaliningrad where a five-year tramway rehabilitation programme has been announced. South Africa: Transnet and a 70: 30 joint venture of CSR Zhuzhou and Matsetse Basadi signed the 2·54bn yuan ‘CSR E-loco Supply’ contract for 95 dual-voltage electric locos on October 22 (RG 10.12 p8). The first 10 are to be imported from China by December 2013 and the rest assembled locally by September 2014. UK: Train operator Southern has selected Porterbrook Leasing to fund 130 Bombardier Electrostar EMU cars ordered last December. USA: FRA has awarded Pennsylvania State University and Norfolk Southern a $400000 grant to continue research into battery locomotives. NS will contribute an additional $590000.last_img read more

Kenya court rules that Cuban doctors can work in hospitals

Posted in qntkvqtv on September 26th, 2020

first_img Share InternationalNewsPrintRegional Kenya court rules that Cuban doctors can work in hospitals by: – June 19, 2018 Tweet Sharing is caring! 63 Views   no discussionscenter_img NAIROBI, Kenya (CMC) — A court in Nairobi, Kenya says Cuban doctors who arrived in the country earlier this month can start working in hospitals, thereby dismissing a challenge from the doctor’s union on their right to work here.On Tuesday, the Employment and Labour relations court ruled that there is no proof that a decision to hire Cuban specialists, infringed on the rights of local doctors.While Judge Nzioki Makau faulted the Government for not consulting the doctors’ union and for not advertising for the positions, in his ruling, he also said that most hospitals in remote areas do not have specialists and Kenyan doctors are not interested in those positions.Makau said that the urgency of providing health services to Kenyans override the doctors right to push for jobs and better remuneration.The health ministry has estimated that there is a shortage of over 40,000 health workers, but the doctors’ union says there are 1,683 unemployed doctors.In recent years, the country’s health sector has been paralysed by strikes.Last year, doctors took protest action for 100 days, the longest in the nation’s history.The over 100 Cuban specialists, including surgeons, cardiologists and plastic reconstructive surgeons, will address the leading causes of illness, disability and death among the Kenyan population. Share Sharelast_img read more

Hippely, Haden lead UWF men to second place finish at Stampede

Posted in qntkvqtv on September 23rd, 2020

first_imgHippely, Haden lead UWF men to second place finish at Stampede    PENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida men’s cross country team got out to a strong start to the 2013 season on Saturday at the Gulf Coast Stampede at the Escambia County Equestrian Center, as Sam Hippely and Cody Haden led the Argonauts to a second place finish. Hippely and Haden both ran personal records on the 8,000-meter course and placed third and fifth, respectively.Harding finished first in the team standings, led by individual winner Andrew Evans (25:54) who outpaced the rest of the field by 23 seconds. UWF placed second in the 10-team field and topped Gulf South Conference rivals West Alabama and Valdosta State who finished third and fourth, respectively.“We had some great times today,” said first year head coach Caleb Carmichael. “In the first race of the season you never know what to expect, but we had a lot of good performances individually. I’m really proud of the guys today, and I’m really excited about where the team is going in the future.”Hippely (Dade City, Fla./Wiregrass Ranch HS), a sophomore, finished third with an 8k time of 26:17 and topped his previous personal record by over a minute. Haden (Navarre, Fla./Navarre HS) was close behind in fifth place, and he crossed the line at 26:24. The junior’s time was two seconds faster than his previous PR set last season.“I took the first mile out pretty well,” explained Hippely. “I was able to keep the pace pretty well until the end.”“I felt pretty good,” said Haden. “It was a good race to start out the year. We’ll be a pretty solid team throughout the season.”UWF placed high as a team thanks to a trio of runners finishing 12th, 14th and 18th in their first cross country race as Argonauts. Redshirt freshman Nick Merrett (Christchurch, New Zealand/Burnside HS) placed 12th with a time of 27:04, and he was followed in 14th place by redshirt freshman Tim Wenger (Inverness, Fla./Citrus HS) at 27:08. Sophomore transfer Don Kerrigan (Pensacola, Fla./Maine/Pensacola Catholic HS) closed out the scoring for the Argos in 18th place with a time of 27:25.The Argos also had a pack of runners just behind, as junior Brandon Skeie (West Creek, N.J./Southern Regional HS) placed 30th (27:57), sophomore David Drumm (Palm Coast, Fla./Matanzas HS) placed 31st (27:58), sophomore A.J. Cunningham (Orlando, Fla./Dr. Phillips HS) was 38th (28:14), sophomore Jacob Slupecki (Tallahassee, Fla./Lincoln HS) was 41st (28:22), sophomore Andre Bordelon (Pensacola, Fla./Washington HS) was 42nd (28:23) and sophomore Taylor Hickey (Rockledge, Fla./Rockledge HS) was 49th (28:38).UWF also had junior Roman Kowalski (Pensacola, Fla./Pensacola Catholic HS), sophomore Tyler Mitchell (Crestview, Fla./Crestview HS) and junior Robert Abellera (Tallahassee, Fla./Florida HS) running unattached. Kowalski finished 51st (28:50), Mitchell 63rd (29:34) and Abellera 76th (30:25).The Argos will be back in action on Sept. 27 at the Pre-Regional Meet hosted by Tampa at Dover Trails in Tampa, Fla. For information on all UWF athletics, visit Print Friendly Version Sam Hippely (right) topped his personal record by over a minute on Saturday (Photo by UWF Athletic Communications) center_img Sharelast_img read more

Argonaut Weekly Report: May 9, 2014

Posted in qntkvqtv on September 23rd, 2020

first_img   PENSACOLA, Fla. – Catch up on week that was with the Argonaut Weekly Report. A video recap, interviews and highlights will be available every week on week’s report highlights baseball, men’s and women’s golf, softball and men’s and women’s tennis.For information on all UWF athletics, visit   Print Friendly Version Argonaut Weekly Report: May 9, 2014 Make sure to check each week to get a video recap of Argonaut athletics. center_img Sharelast_img read more

MLB Network to broadcast Game 2 of the ALDS between Cleveland and Wild Card winner

Posted in qntkvqtv on September 23rd, 2020

first_img Ashley is a former basketball player who covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians and high school sports for NEO Sports Insiders. She also covers the Cavs for SB Nation’s Fear The Sword. Ashley is a 2015 graduate of John Carroll University and previously worked in political journalism. You can follow her on Twitter @AshleyBastock42 CLEVELAND– MLB Network will exclusively broadcast Game 2 of the ALDS between the Cleveland Indians and the Wild Card winner on Friday, according to a press release.The game is slated to begin at 5:08 p.m. EST, and the broadcast team will be Matt Vasgersian, Hall of Famer John Smoltz and Tom Verducci.The network also announced that they have partnered with several providers to expand their existing carriage of MLB Network by providing a free preview to customers of Armstrong, Cablevision (Optimum), Comcast (XFINITY), Cox, DISH, Fidelity, Frontier, Grande, GVTC, Mid-Hudson Cable, Norwood Light Broadband, RCN and Verizon FiOS from Oct. 4-11.The game can also be streamed by MLB At Bat subscribers. Ashley Bastockcenter_img Related Topics2017 ALDSALDS TVCleveland Indianslast_img read more

Gittens and Ramdeen lead  MYO to 198-run win over Everest

Posted in qntkvqtv on September 18th, 2020

first_imgA 220 third-wicket partnership between century maker Chien Gittens and Khemraj Ramdeen led the Muslim Youth Organisation to a 198-run win over the Everest Cricket Club when action in the New Building Society (NBS) 2nd Division 40-Overs cricket competition continued yesterday at the MYO ground.Gittens started with a barrage of fours before he went over the top. In total, he smashed 14 fours and five sixes in his score of 117 runs.For skipper Ramdeen, the win was a bit personal. The game was his first against his former club.  The 28-year-old, who is a former second-division captain and the 2015 second-division batsman of the year for Everest, stroked 14 fours in a score of 85, which helped the home team to 347-7 in the reduced 35-over game.That mammoth total did not always look possible for MYO.  Everest, who won the toss and bowled, had sent back the home team’s openers Abdool Kadir (18) and Shafeek Ishmael (15) to leave the score on 43-2, before Gittens joined Ramdeen. After a lengthy period of dominance, Dwayne Adams stopped the onslaught by capturing the wickets of both batsmen in his fifth over; MYO were, however, not done as middle order batsman, Safraz Esau, played some aggressive shots to lead the team past the three-figure mark.Esau hit seven fours and two sixes in his 47, while towards the end of the innings, Anthony King (20) belted two sixes and a four.Adams and Travis Mohamed finished with two wickets each for the visitors.THE CHASEEverest lost four early wickets in the chase (4-14) with opening bowlers Gittens and Timur Ayube grabbing two each.Ritchie Looknauth (60) and Matthew Nandu (38) then added 96 runs for the fifth wicket, which was the high point of the visitors’ innings. Nandu, who struck five fours, was bowled by King, before Riyad Sattaur and Looknauth fell to Parsram Parmanan in one over.  Abdul Kadir (who burst his hands in the process) caught Sattaur after he had attempted to bullet a shot through mid-on; while two balls later, Looknauth was bowled.Dinesh Mangal (22) hit three fours and a six towards the end, before the overs expired with Everest on 149-9.The opening bowlers, Parmanan and King finished with two wickets each for the home team.last_img read more