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Advertisements FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail KINGSTON — Finance Minister, Hon. Audley Shaw, has underscored the importance of dialogue being maintained through the Partnership for Transformation (PFT), if consensus on decisions regarding the nation’s progress, is to be reached. The Partnership is a coalition of the political directorate, Government, Opposition and private sector interests, who meet for discussions on common measures to address a range of issues, including: the rule of law, fiscal and monetary performance, job creation, and employment strategies. Speaking at the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce’s (JCC) Luncheon Forum at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel, New Kingston, on July 19, Mr. Shaw said one of the key decisions that need to be taken is the type of governance structure best suited for the nation. Additionally, he cited the need for concurrence on a set of “tried and proven economic policies” that provide a “consistent, reliable and predictable framework” within which a dynamic market economy can flourish. “We must continue with the dialogue. We are at a point of intersection in the economic life of Jamaica, which is approaching 50 years since independence, and we are at a point where we have to make some very critical decisions about the way forward,” he reasoned. Noting that the provision and dissemination of information in this regard is “very critical”, Mr. Shaw underscored the pivotal role and responsibility which organisations, such as the JCC, must play in ensuring that the information arising from such decisions is shared, and that “we have a clear path as to our direction forward”. “Whenever there are signs of deviation from those consistent policies, as an organisation (you) must be courageous enough to cry out on specific issues, whatever those might be,” the Minister said. Mr. Shaw said they should also be vocal on the larger global issue of the kind of governance that must be consistent for the people of Jamaica, “so that confidence can become a factor that increases steadily, if not ploddingly, but is always building to the point that we can reach the levels of growth that other countries celebrate”. RelatedShaw says dialogue must be maintained RelatedShaw says dialogue must be maintained RelatedShaw says dialogue must be maintained Shaw says dialogue must be maintained Finance & Public ServiceJuly 22, 2011 By DOUGLAS McINTOSH, JIS Reporter
HUSH Symposium to Focus on Children with Disabilities CultureMay 13, 2014Written by: Shari-Ann Palmer RelatedTeachers Encouraged to Foster Positive Environment for Children FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail RelatedJamaicans Urged to Beautify the Land This Labour Day RelatedChildren’s Advocate Cautions Schools Against Protecting Sexual Predators Story HighlightsThe Institute of Jamaica (IOJ) will host its fourth HUSH Children’s Symposium on Wednesday, May 14 at the Rex Nettleford Hall Auditorium at UWI.The symposium themed: ‘Disability, Equality and Accessibility’ will focus on: learning disabilities, mental health, visual impairment and deaf culture.This year’s staging is being held in association with the Nathan Ebanks Foundation, a non-profit organisation that offers support to the disabled community. The Institute of Jamaica (IOJ) will host its fourth HUSH Children’s Symposium on Wednesday, May 14 at the Rex Nettleford Hall Auditorium at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus.The symposium themed: ‘Disability, Equality and Accessibility’ will focus on: learning disabilities, mental health, visual impairment and deaf culture.The forum, which is an annual event, is part of the IOJ’s drive to change public perception toward persons living with disabilities, especially children.It also seeks to break the silence of children in addressing the various issues that affect them. This year’s staging is being held in association with the Nathan Ebanks Foundation, a non-profit organisation that offers support to the disabled community.Public Relations Officer at IOJ, Michka McCreath told JIS News that the inspiration for this year’s focus on children with disabilities came from the IOJ’s realisation that there is a need to focus on an area that will have significant national impact.Discussions between the IOJ’s Programmes Coordination Division and founder of the Nathan Ebanks Foundation, Christine Staple Ebanks, also influenced the area of focus.“A symposium on disabilities will definitely reach an audience that we have never captured before in this type of manner. We want people to understand that they (children with disabilities) are normal, they like to enjoy life, they are fun loving just like we are and we do not want them to feel different. We want them to feel included in all of our activities and we want to make all the society a bit more inclusive…to them and their special needs,” said Miss McCreath.The symposium, she explained, will help to develop the potential of children, which is one of the core mandates of the Institute.“This is definitely the way forward in our vision because…we have a mandate to provide resources and information for children and children with disabilities are also under that umbrella and this is a way we have decided to get the information about their disabilities to a wider audience,” Miss McCreath expressed.Stakeholders in the education sector, including teachers and students are the main targets of the event because of their prolonged periods of interaction with children.Miss McCreath further noted that some teachers are unaware of the best methods of addressing the needs of students with disabilities, including how to tailor teaching material for this special group.“We are targeting students as well as those who are peers of children with disabilities so that they will understand how it is that they are to communicate with them so that they feel better appreciated,” informed the public relations officer.This year’s staging of the symposium will include participation from Minister of Youth and Culture, Hon. Lisa Hanna, along with several government and corporate entities including: the Ministry of Education, the Jamaica Council for Persons with Disabilities, the Child Development Agency, the Jamaica Association for Children with Learning Disabilities, the Mico University College’s Child Assessment and Research in Education (CARE) Centre, and the Jamaica Association for the Deaf. Advertisements
The actionWhile the bulk of the attention was on those battling in the Playoffs, Alex Bowman stole some of the spotlight both in qualifying, when he won his first-career pole, then in the race itself where he led a race-high 194 laps. As the primary substitute for the injured Dale Earnhardt Jr., Bowman was hoping to parlay his stint driving the No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports car into a future full-time opportunity and his performance that weekend certainly caused people to take notice.Yet despite putting himself in position to win, this would not be the day Bowman got that first Cup victory. Instead, he found himself a central player in an incident that knocked Kenseth both out of the lead and the postseason.The decisive moment transpired on an overtime restart with Kenseth leading and lined up in the top groove, Bowman beside him in second, and Busch in third behind Bowman when Busch dove to the inside of Bowman entering Turn 1. Attempting to block Busch’s run, Bowman also went low but as he did he cut across the nose of the No. 18 Toyota and the two made contact, propelling Bowman into Kenseth, who had got a good restart and seemingly was set to motor away, but now found himself spinning into the outside wall.Busch took responsibility afterward and apologized for triggering the accident. Nonetheless, it did not change the fact that Kenseth was out of the Playoffs stemming from a situation instigated by his own teammate. And in a cruel twist, Busch was the benefactor of Kenseth’s demise as he now occupied the final transfer slot into the Championship 4.The winnerAmid the madness that was the first overtime restart, Logano narrowly avoided Kenseth’s spinning car and took over the lead. He would outrun Busch on the second overtime restart to collect his third win of the season.Busch’s runner-up finish was enough to give him a six-point margin over Hamlin, the first driver below the cut line, to qualify for the Championship 4 and defend his 2015 title.MORE: All of Logano’s Monster Energy Series winsThe impactKenseth was seeking a second Cup championship and this not only represented a great chance add another title to his resume, but also marked the final time he would ever get close to accomplishing that goal. During the 2017 Playoffs he was eliminated in the Round 12, a season that proved to be his last as a full-time driver as of this writing.Busch, Edwards, Johnson and Logano were the four championship finalists at Homestead, in what proved to be a dramatic event where at various moments each driver appeared on the cusp of winning. Ultimately, Johnson used a dazzling restart in overtime to win the race and the championship. It was his seventh Cup title, tying the all-time record shared by Dale Earnhardt and Richard Petty. Ahead of Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Can-Am 500 at ISM Raceway in Phoenix (2:30 p.m. ET on NBC, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) — the final race in the Round of 8 — we take a look back on the 2016 event where Joey Logano capitalized on a late-race incident involving the top three running drivers to win the race and earn himself a spot in the Championship 4 final at Homestead-Miami Speedway.Previously: 2014 classic | 2015: Junior’s last winComing Friday: A look back at the 2017 race.The sceneThe Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series entered the Round of 8 elimination race at ISM with two drivers having already solidified their positions in the bracket that would decide the championship. Jimmie Johnson had won at Martinsville Speedway and Carl Edwards at Texas Motor Speedway.Johnson’s and Edwards’ victories meant Kyle Busch (+1 point above the provisional transfer line), Joey Logano (+1), Matt Kenseth (-1), Denny Hamlin (-2), Kevin Harvick (-18) and Kurt Busch (-25) were vying for the other two Championship 4 bids. And because of their respective points deficits, Harvick and Kurt Busch found themselves in virtual must-win situations at ISM.Further intensifying the drama, four of the participants in the Round of 8 represented a single team, Joe Gibbs Racing, and at least one of Kyle Busch, Hamlin and Kenseth was assured of not advancing to the title race due to Johnson’s win at Martinsville. And there stood a reasonable chance ISM would see the elimination of three JGR drivers, with only Edwards moving forward.RELATED: All the 2016 race winners
PRESS RELEASE (FROM PIRELLI): Pirelli returns to cycling and launches a new line of road racing bike tyres: PZero Velo.The PZero name evokes Pirelli’s iconic brand, for over thirty years a symbol of high technology, exclusive solutions and high performance. It is no coincidence then that Pirelli has chosen to identify the new range of tyres designed for road racing bicycles with this famous brand.The colour code of the new Pirelli tyresí tread also evokes PZero’s language from Formula One: Silver for Road Racing, red for the Time Trial and blue for the Four Seasons.The range will be available in September this year and will be distributed in Europe, North America and Apac regions. The new tyres can also be ordered online via the ecommerce site specially developed by the company, which aims to offer consumers digital services and tailor-made products. What do Continental and Michelin have in common? They both compete with Pirelli on the streets, and now that competition will include road bikes, too again.The high end automotive tire is getting back into bicycle tires, starting with the launch of the PZero Velo this summer. Distribution and deliver should follow in the fall throughout Europe, North America and Apac regions. They’ll borrow the race-level PZero moniker as well as the Formula One color coding to denote casing and tread styles. Full press release below…
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One driver of the change from an exclusively male activity to one where the sexes are more balanced has been the greater use of IT and technology as well as the greater entry by graduates, often female, into supply chain positions and a number of initiatives, such as Women in Logistics in the UK, that actively promote careers in the globalsupply chain to women.This week’s Friday Flyer is sponsored by Broekman Project Services, located in the Port of Rotterdam, which offers a total solution for handling and assembly of project cargoes – www.broekman-group.com/bpsThe law in actionPolitics is full of examples of laws that have been passed to solve problem A, only to accidently create problem B. Sequestration in the United States and a new Act in the UK that outlaws the paying of cash for scrap metal are both examples of the law of unintended consequences in action that could come back to trouble global supply chains.Whatever was the intention on Capitol Hill, the outcome of last week’s March 1 deadline for the sequestration of US federal funds, may mean more than 8,500 US Customs and Border Protection officers and US Immigration and Customs and Enforcement personnel face termination while non-mission critical expenditures such as travel and training will be curtailed. In the short term, delays and blockages at airport, land borders and seaports are inevitable. The savings, from the staffreductions will undoubtedly run into the hundreds of millions. The costs, from delayed freight, congestion, backlog of business and trade lost, could be in the billions.Across the Atlantic ocean, lawmakers in London thought they had hit on a good idea: to prevent the theft of legitimate scrap metal, and not forgetting metal in place such as cables and equipment, they changed the law that outlawed merchants paying untraceable cash for such metal. Rather than stamping out the crime, it now seems the criminal fraternity is trying to use shipping containers to export the stolen metals abroad. The unintended effect is that innocent freight forwarders are now beingasked to look out for any container collection requests from unlikely places – such as domestic premises and farms.Both initiatives done for seemingly good reasons, but with very significant, unintended consequences for companies involved in the supply chains of those countries.On the business pagesSwiss global forwarder Panalpina presented full-year results for 2012 this week, which it described as disappointing. Revenue for 2012 may have grown 1.8 percent year-on-year to CHF6.61 billion (USD6.69 billion) but gross profit fell 0.8 percent year-on-year to CHF1.47 billion (USD1.55 billion) leading to a loss of CHF70.2 million (USD74.25 million) in 2012 – compared to a CHF127.4 million (USD134.8 million) consolidated profit during 2011. It didn’t help that Panalpina had to pay EU and Swiss anti-trust fines amounting to CHF59.2 million (USD62.6 million).Meanwhile, DHL said that a strong fourth quarter, with operating earnings climbing by 38 percent to EUR827 million, helped the company deliver operating earnings of EUR2.67 billion in 2012. This represents a nine percent increase over the previous year and a continuation of DHL’s profitable growth trend.In its Global Forwarding, Freight division; in a challenging market environment, revenues grew by more than EUR500 million, or 3.6 percent, to EUR15.7 billion during 2012 (2011: EUR15.1 billion), primarily due to positive currency effects. While volume and revenues fell in air freight during 2012, sales in ocean freight and overland transport increased. The company said that: “Thanks to the selective growth strategy and, in part, to improved buying conditions, gross margins were increased onceagain in all three business segments.The Korean Register of Shipping (KR) has opened its brand new education and training centre dedicated to international shipping and shipbuilding professionals located in Busan, South Korea.On the forwarding frontBabaji Shivram Clearing & Carriers has transported a thermal oxidizer and related cargoes from Mundra port, India to the Aishwariya project site in Barmer, Rajasthan while Indian project forwarder Allcargo Logistics has shifted a 218-tonne generator from Mumbai port to Bhagad, India, on behalf TATA Projects.Netherlands headquartered SCS Heavy Lifts & Transports has moved a heavy press frame between Ruhrarea and Ginsheim, Germany while Multitrade Spain, in co-operation with Dextra Industries & Transport, will transport a nitrate plant from Indonesia to Australia (pictured second from top).Antwerp based Rollit Cargo has handled a 6MW offshore wind turbine for its clients Rhenus/Wirtz Shipping, set for the Belwind North Sea Project (pictured bottom right).Making wavesSouthampton, UK-based boat transportation specialist PSP Worldwide Logistics has delivered a 40 m yacht to the Dubai International Boat Show after loading the 189-tonne Sunseeker yacht on board the vessel Palembang at Southampton Docks in early February.Football crazy, football madIt’s the full-time whistle for some of English football’s most iconic hardware. London-headquartered forwarder Anglo Pacific has taken the famous Wembley Stadium royal tunnel gates to a museum in Chile to join a collection of pieces related to football, tennis and other sports in Santiago. The gates were too large for standard containers for the Atlantic crossing and had to be packaged in timber casing, lifted with specialist equipment and shipped as conventional below-deck cargo.Lights, camera, actionThe arrival of giant cranes at DP World’s London Gateway – the UK’s newest deep-sea container port after a two-month voyage from China made national news in the UK with coverage by BBC cameras. The three new cranes, each weighing 2,000 tonnes and measuring 138 m at full height, are the first of their kind in the UK and are capable of lifting four containers at once, according to DP World. A further 19 cranes are expected to be delivered over the coming years.Air headsRussia’s AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) has increased its number of flights from Moscow Sheremetyevo International airport to Milan to three times-a-week using a B747 freighter on the route, while Hong Kong-headquartered airline Cathay Pacific has purchased three B747-8 freighter aircraft, valued at approximately USD1 billion at list prices.Hatches, matches and dispatchesA career at International freight forwarder Kuehne + Nagel International which started in the early 1970s has now concluded following the acceptance of ceo Reinhard Lange’s request to step down from May, 2013. Having been ceo since 2009, he will work as a consultant until December, 2013. The search for a replacement has begun as Karl Gernandt steps upto the plate to hold the fort until a replacement is installed.Having put in the hours at DB Schenker/BAX Global, Devin Neuburger has joined Kansas-headquartered logistics firm MIQ Logistics as logistics manager of its new global service centre in New Orleans, USA.Azat Mulgimov has come down to earth after spending the last five years as commercial director and board member of Russian cargo charter airline Aviacon Zitotrans to join global charter broker Air Charter Service (ACS) as Moscow office general director (pictured top right).Next month, Andrew Jones will ease into his office chair as ceo of Thomas Miller (Asia Pacific) Ltd at the Thomas Miller Hong Kong office. He brings with him more than two decades of experience in P&I management and claims experience.It’s aye, aye cap’n for Captain Graham Westgarth who has joined the board of Seagull AS, a provider of complete training solutions for seafarers. He is current chairman of Intertanko – the International Association of Independent Tank Owners – and former president of floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) operator, Teekay (pictured second right).Loss adjustor Braemar Adjusting has appointed Pierre Krouse as regional managing director of the Americas, effective April 2, after Chris Dye, the current post holder, departs for German multinational financial services firm Allianz, in Houston, USA after 13 years when he leaves Braemar on April 30.Robert D Somerville will retire as chairman of classification society the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) on April 30, 2013. Current president and ceo, Christopher J Wiernicki, is likely to fill the chairman position, if he gets the thumbs-up from the board.It’s ‘Go Forth, young woman’ as Scottish port operator Forth Ports appoints Debbie Bartlett as development director for the Port of Tilbury.Manfred Lauterjung Befrachtung SL (MLB Spain) is the newest member of the XLProjects (XLP) network, representing Spain. MLB Spain looks after the employment and chartering of the Lauterjung commercial fleet, as well as affiliated ship owners.MAT Transport of Switzerland has become a member of the Project Partners forwarder network while Zimmer Worldwide Logistics in Houston, Texas has also joined the network to fly the Stars and Stripes.It comes as no surprise that VN Navegacion in Bilbao, Spain has been named exclusive chartering broker for Briese Coasters, of Leer, Germany as the two companies have an established and strong trading relationship. Last year, VN Navegacion chartered approximately 50 voyages with Briese that included various project cargoes throughout Europe and the Mediterranean.All about EvieFriday Flyer gossip columnist Evie Aufheben salutes those who have worked long careers in the supply chain. She noticed Reinhard Lange steeping down from K + N after more than 40 years with the company. It’s an interesting time to be stepping down, she considers, as it is clearly a highly volatile market environment at present and last year saw declining profit margins, cost increases and an antitrust fine of CHF 65 million imposed by the European Commission in March 2012 on K + N.As a glamour puss, Evie has taken time off from packing for Shanghai, to make International Women’s Day and salute women who are bringing a feminine angle to the global supply chain. Go sisters, she says.Career opportunitiesSenior Country Head of Industrial Projects – UKOur client is a global organisation which is seeking to strengthen its management team with a Senior Country Head of Industrial Projects. The role is focused on the delivery of complex operational assignments for the company’s global clients. The successful candidate will lead and direct all business areas to ensure that Industrial Projects delivers its KPIs, consisting of market share, operational excellence, profit, cash flow and people.Please click here for further information on this opportunity.Recruiting the right person can be a costly business. Agency fees can be prohibitively high and going through countless irrelevant applications can be very time consuming. Why not follow the example shown above and advertise your employment vacancy on our website?If you have a job vacancy to fill contact us today via [email protected] or on +44 (0) 1689 860660.Join us on LinkedInThe Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International LinkedIn group complements the print and online editions of HLPFI and offers you the opportunity to discuss key issues and network with your peers and a wide cross-section of industry experts. Join the discussion now at: http://tinyurl.com/ces7odbWork is complete on Issue 31, which will include country reports on Brazil, Russia, the USA and the Gulf States; plus a review of logistics within the mining industry; a focus on heavyweight road haulage; an operational review of escort and permitting issues; an equipment focus on jacks, skates and rollers; plus our regular articles on law, insurance and safety; and letters from our regional correspondents. It will also include our first report on the logistics activities behind the movement of yachts, cruiseboats and other floating craft. There are a couple of advertising slots to fill, but you need to move fast as the issue goes to press next week. To book advertising, contact Ian Matheson on +44 (0) 1689 857631 or [email protected] for more information.
Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! REAL Madrid are looking to build on their success after victory last time out against struggling Eibar. But despite goals from Toni Kroos, Sergio Ramos and Marcelo, Zinedine Zidane was furious with his stars who failed to impress him in the 3-1 win.Hazard looks fighting fit to be back on formCredit: Getty Images – GettyValencia sit at seventh in the league, however they are only four points away from securing a Champions League qualification place.The visitors cannot afford to see any points lost against Los Blancos considering their 1-1 draw against Levante last week.When is Real Madrid vs Valencia?Real Madrid vs Valencia takes place on Thursday, June 18.The match will kick off at 9pm UK time, that’s at 10pm over in Spain.Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium plays host for the game as the Bernabeau is still being used for COVID-19 relief efforts.Madrid are playing their La Liga matches in their reserve team groundCredit: Getty Images – GettyWhat live stream and TV channel is it on?All live games will be available on LaLigaTV to Sky TV customersThe 24/7 news channel launched earlier this year by the league and its UK broadcast partner Premier SportsHow can I watch for free?There will be free coverage offered to non-sky subscribers through the Premier Player streaming service.The streaming service will provide live matches as well as exclusive daily programming.Sky subscribers will be able to activate the Premier Sports channel for free throughout June, but they will be charged a monthly fee of £5.99 from July.What is the team news?Zidane will have to be without Mariano Diaz, Luka Jovic and Nacho as they all remained unavailable through injury. Lucas Vasquez and Gareth Bale also remain a doubt for Real Madrid.Valencia are still without Christiano Piccini, and centre-back duo Ezequiel Garay and Gabrial Paulista as they are recovering from injury at the sidelines.Welshman Bale has often been relegated to the bench this seasonCredit: Getty Images – GettyHazard has had a tricky run with a stop-start season with Real, however his assist against Eibar last weekend suggests he’s ready to get back on form.Valencia’s Coquelin seems to be Valencia’s most competent midfielder and will be needed if Valencia want to beat Real and get closer to that CL qualification place.Match oddsMadrid to win – 4/11Draw – 19/5Valenica to win – 7/1Both teams to score – 3/4Hazard to score two or more goals – 9/1*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication. Source: Soccer – thesun.co.uk REAL vs FAKE GOLD Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 DayZ Amazing Mods ~ More Cars, More Guns, More Gore! Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures!