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Scheuerle keeps rolling

first_imgHaving been steadily acquiring more SPMT axle lines since 2007, Roll-iT said that it is continuously expanding its possibilities to offer its customers the capability to handle bigger, more challenging and bulkier loads, even when space is at a premium.”Last week was the busiest week since our start with SPMTs. For three of the five days, we had 168 axles on the move, of which 104 where rented to various parties,” said Tom van Runckelen, account and project manager at Roll-iT.”The standardisation of the Scheuerle SPMT gives us the flexibility to react to the increasing demand that we are currently facing,” added Runckelen.Roll-iT is a co-partnership between Aertssen Kranen (Aertssen Group) and Ivens Transport & Kraanbedrijf (Ivens Group). Roll-iT driving a 2,100-tonne offshore high-voltage substation (OHVS) onto a barge at the Cofley Fabricom yard in Hoboken using Scheuerle SPMTs.www.roll-it.bewww.scheuerle.comlast_img read more

Flensborg adds US representation

first_imgKristiansson, the owner of Maritime Logistics, is a senior maritime expert running a company with a reputation for successful business development both on the ocean and inland side of the business.Founded in Munich 2003, Flensborg and Associates is a strategy and business development firm within the maritime and transportation industries known for direct access across markets and hierarchies, uncovering new and sustainable business driven by cargo, people, technology and ideas.www.flensborg-associates.comwww.maritimelogisticsllc.comlast_img read more

8 Roxas hospital doctors, nurses have coronavirus

first_imgPortions of the hospital were decontaminated, too. The RMPH management thus announced yesterday it temporarily stopped accepting non-COVID-19 cases. “We are requesting suspect and probable COVID-19 cases with mild symptoms to kindly proceed to other medical facilities for their care and management,” the statement from RMPH management read. ILOILO City – Four doctors, two nurses and two nursing attendants at the Roxas Memorial Provincial Hospital (RMPH) in Roxas City, Capiz tested positive for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The eight COVID-19-positive medical workers were being managed at the hospital. Three of them were exhibiting mild symptoms.center_img Contract tracing was also launched. Hospital employees who had close contact with the eight staff were swabbed and ordered to go on quarantine. “Roxas Memorial Provincial Hospital shall only be accepting seriously ill or critical indigent COVID-19 patients,” a statement from the management read. The hospital urged the public to continue practicing minimum health standards – wearing of facemask and face shield, observing physical distancing, washing of hands with disinfectant or soap and water – to prevent the spread of infection and to decrease the number of COVID-19 cases./PNlast_img read more

AP Division II All-Ohio Boys Basketball Teams

first_imgFirst team: Taevion Kinsey, Columbus Eastmoor, 6-foot-4, junior, 15.8 points per game, Parker Black, Byesville Meadowbrook, 6-3, sr., 13.9, Jayvon Graves, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary, 6-2, sr., 21.6, Dwayne Cohill, Holy Name, 6-2, jr., 22.9, Jayrese Williams, Sandusky, 6-0, sr., 23.1, Ridge Young, Circleville Logan Elm, 6-1, sr., 26.6, Torrey Patton, Trotwood-Madison, 6-4, sr., 20.6, R.J. Sunahara, Bay, 6-6, jr., 23.3, Brett Lauf, Napoleon, 6-1, sr., 25.9, Chris Jackson, Dayton Dunbar, 6-2, sr., 16.4.Second team: Charles Reeves, Steubenville, 6-6, sr., 14.7, Mason Lydic, Woodridge, 6-1, jr., 18.4, Sam Hitchcock, Jefferson, 6-5, sr., 24.0, Jay Kaufman, Ottawa-Glandorf, 6-4, jr., 18.6, Tristan Bartoe, Vinton County, 5-10, sr., 19.0, Corry Long, Cincinnati Hughes, 6-3, sr., 19.7, Austin Rotroff, Wauseon, 6-9, jr., 12.2, Griffin Lutz, Athens, 6-1, sr., 19.9, D.J. Hancock, Alliance, 6-2, sr., 18.8, Dominic Laravie, Kettering Alter, 6-6, sr., 21.1, Miryne Thomas, Cleveland Central Catholic, 6-7, sr., 17.8.Third team: Caden Sanchez, Columbus DeSales, 6-8, sr., 12.6, Alex Masinelli, Cambridge, 6-0, sr., 19.3 , Jordan Fabry, Crestwood, 6-3, sr., 24.4, Deuce Martin, Lorain Clearview, 6-2, sr. 20.9, Wes Vent, Upper Sandusky, 6-3, sr., 19.4, Colin Woodside, Fairfield Union, 6-5, jr., 17.1, Lonnie Grayson, Cincinnati Wyoming, 6-1, sr., 21.4, Justin Shipman-Curtis, Columbus East, 6-3, jr., 20.1, Connor Roesch, Sandusky Perkins, 6-5, sr., 14.5.Co-Players of the year: Jayvon Graves, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary, Torrey Patton, Trotwood-Madison Related Topics The AP Division II All-Ohio Teams were announced Tuesday. Here are the honorees with Northeast Ohio players highlighted: Matt Medley is co-editor at NEO Sports Insiders, covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and high school sports in Northeast Ohio.Follow @MedleyHoops on Twitter for live updates from games. Special mention: Andrew Koenig, Jonathan Alder, CJ Prater, Whitehall-Yearling, Michael Karl, New Philadelphia, Jordan Work, McConnelsville Morgan, Logan Wolverton, Byesville Meadowbrook, Michael Scarnecchia, St. Clairsville, Pete Nance, Revere, KeShun Jones, Streetsboro, Anthony Howell, Youngstown Ursuline, Andrew Carbon, Struthers, Andrew Brady, Alliance Marlington, Marlon Moore, Benedictine, Blake Pittser, Washington Court House Miami Trace, Branden Maughmer, Chillicothe, Logan Swackhammer, Chillicothe Unioto, Cade Marquez, Waverly, Chase Weihl, Vincent WarrenHonorable mention: Gavin Brown, Carroll Bloom-Carroll, Denton Jacob, Heath, Kyle Matoszkia, Johnstown-Monroe, Dezujuwann Robinson, Columbus South, Dibaji Walker, Columbus Independence, Justin Cork, Byesville Meadowbrook, Justin Heacock, John Glenn, Connor Wright, Minerva, Connor McGuire, Indian Valley, Chase Wilcox, Lisbon Beaver, Dre Norman, McConnelsville Morgan, Drake Novak, Rayland Buckeye, Matthew Francesconi, Tallmadge, Anise Algahmee, Ursuline, Chris Muir, Cortland Lakeview, Jonathan Williams, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary, Aamir Solomon, Akron Buchtel, Braeden O’Shaughnessy, Poland, Braeden Stauffer, Medina Buckeye, Thomas Woods, Akron Kenmore, Preston Clark, Woodridge, Marcus Ernst, Edgewood,  Luka Eller, Lake Catholic, Chris Jefferson, Benedictine, Isaiah Washington, East Tech, Jalen Warren, Orange, Colin Myers, Firelands, Jake Dible, Ottawa-Glandorf, Mike Menendez, Defiance, Carter Bzovi, Wauseon, Tyrell Aijan, Mansfield Madison, Trey Jordan, Ontario, Cade Stover, Lexington, Daniel Unruh, Elida, Lucas Thompson, Fairfield Union, Deandre Pettiford, Miami Trace, Derick Jones, McArthur Vinton County, Seth Barnes, Chillicothe, Dylan Dupler, Thornville Sheridan, Luke Barnett, New Lexington, Kyler Dennis, Vincent Warren, Trent Dawson, Marietta, Zach Loveday, Gallipolis Gallia, Justin Peck, Gallipolis Gallia, Christian Mattox, Pomeroy Meigs, Colin Shaw, Indian Hill, Chris Montague, Chaminade Julienne, Garyn Prater, Cincinnati Wyoming, Myles Belyue, Trotwood-Madison, Malek Green, Cincinnati TaftCongratulations to all players on this tremendous honor! Co-Coaches of the year: Ramon Spears, Columbus South, Matt Combs, Vinton County Matt Medleylast_img read more

Legislators Considering Pot Laws

first_imgSouth Anchorage Representative Bob Lynn says he’s started work on a bill which would implement some guidelines for marijuana in Alaska. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Although the recent General Election hasn’t yet been certified, State Lawmakers are already considering how they’ll approach the task of regulating recreational marijuana. The legislature cannot undo the ballot measure, but Lynn says his bill will regulate areas of the law that weren’t covered by the initiative. Lynn was not a supporter of legalizing recreational marijuana.center_img Lynn wants to prohibit the sale of marijuana within 500 feet of any school, church, or park. He also wants to put limits on marijuana advertising and prohibit felony convicts from working in marijuana stores.last_img read more

3×3 basketball presents Olympics hope

first_imgJamaica Basketball Association president, Paulton Gordon, and national coordinator for 3×3 basketball, Deon Williams, both believe Jamaica’s chances of qualifying for Olympics 3×3 basketball are greater than in the conventional format of the game.Jamaica recently became an official member of the FIBA 3×3 community, and both Gordon and Williams contend that the country has great potential in 3×3 basketball, which recently became an Olympic sport. They noted that the association has already started putting plans together to help grow the game here.Gordon argued that 3×3 basketball at the Olympics gives smaller nations a bigger chance of qualifying for the global games, as it requires less resources to prepare than that of a full basketball squad.“FIBA has been wanting to place more emphasis on 3×3 basketball and suggests some of the smaller countries, as well as those established (nations), expand and establish the game. So smaller nations now have a better chance of qualifying (Olympics) because this takes less resources,” Gordon said.The association intends to go on a promotion drive for the sport, and they are looking to get competitions going in schools and communities to help establish the game locally.“Business House already has an established thing (competition), so in the next two years, we hope 3×3 will be a part of the school system. If we can get ISSA involved, it will not be a direct cost to us. We just need to partner with some private-sector companies for the community side,” Gordon shared. DEVELOPING A PLAN “We want to establish it and make it grow, but it’s going to take more coordination and more tournaments. So we are developing a template, which Deon (Williams) is working on, and then soon we can look at how we can put things in place to have a competitive (national) team,” he continued.“But it is going to take time and we can’t do a lot until the society opens up again. But we are going to do it incrementally and it will grow as it is a shorter and more exciting edition,” Gordon added.Jamaica became an official 3×3 basketball nation due to Williams’ recent appointment. As a result, local 3×3 competitions will now be highlighted on FIBA platforms and Jamaica and its participating players will gain points from locally staged events.This, Williams said, will be important to Jamaica in regard to being eligible to enter international competitions.“Qualification is a points-based systems similar to golf and tennis that is driven by events, but unlike football and basketball, that is league driven.“But it is another opportunity for Jamaica to have another team at the Olympics, as 3×3 may be easier for us to qualify, because you are not going into a competition with other teams like 5v5. So it is easier to reach the Olympics,” Williams commented. livingston.scott@gleanerjm.comlast_img read more

Report: Bristol City 2-2 Bradford City

first_imgAden Flint scored early and late in the game – the second of which looked like being a winner until Christopher Routis fired an even later equaliser four minutes from time. Billy Clarke’s deflected header had previously cancelled out Flint’s headed opener in the first half, but City’s club record 14th unbeaten match to start a league season would ultimately come via the least desired outcome. Steve Cotterill kept faith in the same starting XI who triumphed in front of nearly 4,000 travelling fans at Coventry on Saturday, with Korey Smith still not fit enough to return from a hamstring injury. For the fifth league game running City took no time in getting their noses in front. Cotterill had acknowledged the threat from set-pieces of a tall Bradford side in the build up to the game but the roles were soon reversed inside eight minutes. City initially felt aggrieved when referee Darren Bond brought the play back to award them a free kick when Mark Little looked to have brushed off a foul and crossed for Aaron Wilbraham to score, but Luke Freeman’s ensuing delivery was given equally decisive treatment by Flint from six yards. Whilst Marlon Pack’s 11th minute daisy-cutter at the Ricoh Arena paved the way for a first half of almost total control, Flint’s header instead sparked a swift response from the opposition. Within seconds of the restart, on-loan Middlesbrough winger Andy Halliday met a Mark Yeates cross at the back post with a shot back across goal which only just eluded the far upright. City then had the chance to double their lead when Kieran Agard miscued a left-footed shot towards the bottom corner before Bradford struck from a set-piece of their own, as Clarke’s header from Yeates’ cross deflected beyond Frank Fielding to level the scores. Moments later City were on the ropes as the lively Yeates curled a shot towards the top corner which came back off Fielding’s crossbar perfectly for Clarke, only for the striker to send the follow-up against the post from six yards with the goal at his mercy. It was wide open stuff as has become the norm at Ashton Gate in recent weeks, and soon enough Freeman was cashing in on a moment of hesitation in the Bradford backline to surge towards the penalty area and send a gorgeous low ball across the six-yard box. It looked inch perfect for Agard, but the frontman only succeeded in sending the ball beyond the far post as he slid in to meet it in front of goal. A measure of control finally intervened for the final minutes of the first half, but the contest’s previously frantic nature took little time to kick in again after the interval. Initially it was City applying all the pressure, as Wade Elliott and Pack both threatened from distance either side of a half-chance for Joe Bryan at the back post. But as the hour mark approached Bradford grew in confidence. Former Ashton Gate favourite Jon Stead found Halliday in space out on the right, who cut inside and forced an uncomfortable stooping save out of Fielding. Moments later the keeper was asked questions again in having to parry a cross from the right into the path of the onrushing Yeates, whose placed shot from 20 yards was only a yard or two wide. City remained hungry for a winner but were restricted to shots from distance up against a deep-lying Bradford defence – perhaps part of Cotterill’s thinking behind sacrificing Agard for Jay Emmanuel-Thomas with more than 20 minutes still to play. By this time the manager had already introduced Greg Cunningham for Bryan to inject some extra freshness. It looked as if an individual error would decide the outcome in City’s favour eight minutes from time when Bradford keeper Jordan Pickford dropped a Freeman corner and Flint pounced for his second of the night. But still the drama was not over, as Routis struck a second equaliser following another dead ball, as a half-cleared corner dropped kindly for the defender in acres of space to lash the loose ball in off the underside of the bar. It was a late heartbreaker for City, but not enough to prevent a club record 14th successive game without defeat to start a league campaign.last_img read more

Abraham up for fan’s award

first_imgThe Chelsea striker spent the 2016/17 season on loan at Ashton Gate, scoring 26 goals in 48 appearances as a City player.Twenty-three of Abraham’s goals were scored in the league – second only to fellow nominee Chris Wood, who finished on 27 for the campaign.Also up for the award are Anthony Knockaert of Brighton & Hove Albion, Dwight Gayle of Newcastle United, Aaron Mooy of Huddersfield Town and Reading’s Yann Kermogant.City fans have until 7pm tonight to register their vote in support of Abraham by clicking here.last_img read more

Pay on the day at Preston

first_imgThe Robins travel to Deepdale this weekend and will look to extend their unbeaten run to eight league matches. To date, 545 tickets have been sold for the Sky Bet Championship fixture, with pay on the day available.Tickets will be available on the day of the game from the ticket office at the Bill Shankly Kop which opens at 1pm. Cash and card payments are accepted and there will be no price increase. Collections and duplicates will also be available from the away ticket office. Tickets will go off sale from Ashton Gate (September 27th) at 2pm.BUY YOUR MATCH TICKETPRICES*Adult – £24Senior 65+ – £16Under-25 – £15Under-19 – £8Under-11 – £2Ambulant disabled and wheelchair using supporters are to pay the relevant price category and will receive a free carer if required. Please note all under-14s must be accompanied by an over 18.*Prices are exclusive of feesTRAIN TRAVELWith TrainAI, our Away Fan Travel Partner, you can travel to the match at Preston and pay in 30 days with no interest or additional charges. TrAINAIlast_img read more

Stars return for premiers

first_imgRugby League Reinforcements are on the way but the Roosters are still short more than $3 million of their salary cap as Kyle Flanagan reclaims the No.7 jersey and 18-year-old prodigy Sam Walker gets his first call-up. Forward leader Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (calf) and evergreen veteran Brett Morris (back fracture) are both back on deck against Wests Tigers for the premiers, while Flanagan has been recalled into the halves. The NRL’s leading point scorer was a shock axing by Trent Robinson two weeks ago “as part of his development” but returns to the scrumbase with his replacement Lachlan Lam (ankle) and dominant half Luke Keary (ribs) both sidelined. Angus Crichton (knee) and Daniel Tupou (ankle) are at least another week away and Boyd Cordner (concussion) is another fortnight off. Flanagan will be expected to do the lion’s share of game management with Keary out. Drew Hutchison slots in at five-eighth. Walker’s inclusion in the 21-man squad will fuel interest in a possible late switch between he and back-up hooker Freddy Lussick on game-day given rave reviews of the rookie playmaker. The son of former Broncos half Ben, Walker was pushed straight into the Roosters Covid-19 bubble as soon as he turned 18 in June. NRL.com understands the young half has made an impressive fist of tackling drills against Waerea-Hargreaves and Siosiua Taukeiaho as Robinson weighs up when to pitch him into first grade. Walker’s signing last year in the face of serious interest from the ARU and several NRL rivals was hailed as a coup for the Roosters, with the Tricolours viewing him as a longterm halves option. Meanwhile, fellow son of a gun Cooper Johns will wait in the wings for Melbourne as well after Jahrome Hughes (groin) was named at halfback to take on the Eels. Johns is the son of Knights great and TV personality Matty, and has been in line for an NRL debut should Hughes fall short of lining up against Parramatta on Thursday night. NRL.com understands that a final call on Hughes will be made on game day. Nicho Hynes would be elevated from the bench if the Kiwi international is ruled out with Johns then expected to land a call-up. Elsewhere, Anthony Milford returns from a hamstring injury for Brisbane with Brodie Croft dropped to the reserves for Friday’s clash with the Dragons. Cantebury’s Will Hopoate is also back in the No.1 jumper against the Warriors on Sunday after six weeks out with an ankle injury. Marquee recruit Luke Thompson drops back to the bench for the Bulldogs in a forward reshuffle that sees Josh Jackson at lock and Matt Doorey starting after debuting last week. – NRL.comlast_img read more