Air freight cargo management systems provider Hermes Logistics Technologies (HLT) has appointed Alexis Labonne (pictured above) as chief technology officer (CTO) as it prepares to roll out its latest version, Hermes 5 (H5).He who takes over from Oded Lavee and comes from a software development and architecture background. Previous roles have included stints as chief architect/CTO and enterprise architect for a number of companies, including Hitachi Consulting, BT, GSK, UK Council, Pfizer and KPMG.“My technical experience allows me to be both responsive to market demands, as well as changing technology trends,” he said.H5 will enter the market later this year, with a leading European handling agent amongst its first customers to deploy the new version. By Gavin van Marle 12/02/2018 “Hermes has invested considerably to advance our technological infrastructure, as well as the Hermes functionality,” said Yuval Baruch, HLT chief executive. “Our H5 version is proof of our innovation-focused approach to the industry.”Mr Labonne will head a HLT team of air cargo technical experts following a digital roadmap to use the power of cloud services, IoT, AI and blockchain technologies.“I’d like to take this opportunity and thank Oded for his contribution to improving the Hermes system, internal processes and the recent major version that will be the base for our future,” added Mr Baruch.
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Home Sport GAA Double blow for Sugrue as two players head to the USA SportGAAGaelic Football Twitter Double blow for Sugrue as two players head to the USA Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squad Previous articleLaois woman recalls her own personal story as she campaigns for Yes VoteNext articleElectric Picnic charity cycle gearing up for 10th year Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. Pinterest WhatsApp Council He said: “The two boys are more than likely going to America at this stage.“It is disappointing but we have a big enough panel to be able to soak it up.“They are young fellas, you have to give them their own bit of space and hopefully they will come back with a good, fresh attitude towards it next year.“Laois need to harvest out of the likes of them next year.”And in their place, the manager has added three new players to his panel.There are first call ups for St Joseph’s forward Michael Keogh and O’Dempsey’s keeper Podge Bannon.While O’Dempsey’s midfielder Rory Bracken, who was part of the Laois set up under Justin McNulty, has also been drafted in.Sugrue said: “The boys thankfully came in and they will add a little bit of impetus to the whole thing.“They are fellas who are showing a bit of form in club games and we asked a few fellas but the lads were good and came in.“Podge Bannon is also in and he will add a small bit to the goalkeepingLaois lost the game by six points but Sugrue feels it was a good learning curve for his squad ahead of the first round match against Wexford on May 12.He said: “Meath are playing at a higher level than what we have played this year.“And to be fair, we gave lots of fellas a run here. It was a good workout overall.“It gives guys an indication of where they need to get to. Some of the fellas who got the chance to go in there got to see if they could survive the heat.“So now it is time to look at everyone again afresh and this was the start of that.”SEE ALSO – Experimental Laois footballers go down to Meath in Graiguecullen Facebook Pinterest Community By Alan Hartnett – 25th April 2018 Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding Laois manager John Sugrue confirmed the news – Photo Paul Dargan Laois manager John Sugrue has confirmed that two members of his panel have departed and are set to spend the summer in America.Portarlington duo Colm Murphy and Robbie Pigott are no longer part of the squad and are reportedly heading to Boston shortly.The loss of Pigott will be felt by Laois as he really established himself in the two league games against Carlow.Operating at wing back, he stifled Carlow’s Brendan Murphy in the final in Croke Park, a player who has also decided to spend the summer across the Atlantic.Speaking to LaoisToday after last night’s challenge match against, manager Sugrue confirmed that both players had left. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Laois County Council create ‘bigger and better’ disability parking spaces to replace ones occupied for outdoor dining TAGSJohn SugrueLaois senior footballersRobbie Pigott Facebook WhatsApp Rugby Twitter
James Langton “Today’s rules will contribute to better functioning commodities markets that work for the real economy while helping to deal with some of the problems we saw in the financial crisis,” said Valdis Dombrovskis, vice president for financial stability, financial services and capital markets union, EC, in a statement. “We have listened to the concerns raised by the European Parliament and provided for stricter position limit standards whilst at the same time seeking to avoid unintended consequences,” Dombrovskis added. Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Keywords Commodities CFTC approves proposed rule providing an alternative to fingerprinting for foreign nationals The European Commission (EC) on Thursday announced measures designed to strengthen the regulation of commodities markets, curtail price speculation, and to ensure that firms that are active in these markets are regulated appropriately. The new rules, which will take effect in January 2018, include new regulatory standards for determining “position limits,” and measures to regulate large, non-financial firms that trade a large amount of commodity derivatives (such as energy and agricultural firms) under the same rules as financial firms. IOSCO details best practices for commodity storage Related news IOSCO seeks feedback on proposed good practices for commodities storage and delivery
Purpose looks to fill retirement income gap with longevity fund The investment objectives, investment strategies and management of the affected funds remain the same, CIBC said in a release. Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Franklin Templeton launches new real asset fund Toronto-based CIBC Asset Management Inc. has lowered the risk ratings for two of its Renaissance Investments mutual funds.The Renaissance U.S. Equity Growth Currency Neutral Fund risk rating has been lowered from “medium to high” to “medium,” and the Renaissance Global Real Estate Currency Neutral Fund risk rating has been lowered from “high” to “medium to high.” IG Wealth amends product shelf Keywords Risk rating, Mutual fundsCompanies Renaissance Investments, CIBC Asset Management IE Staff 123RF Related news Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
Label Label I allow to create an accountWhen you login first time using a Social Login button, we collect your account public profile information shared by Social Login provider, based on your privacy settings. We also get your email address to automatically create an account for you in our website. Once your account is created, you’ll be logged-in to this account.DisagreeAgree Discussion to include recap of the 2021 legislative session and to take questions from constituentsSen. Lynda Wilson, Rep. Vicki Kraft and Rep. Paul Harris, all Republicans from Vancouver, are inviting 17th District citizens to join them for a virtual town hall meeting to recap and discuss the unprecedented 2021 legislative session, and to hear from constituents.“The pandemic is causing us to meet virtually once again, but it didn’t prevent the majority party from going ahead with some very controversial legislation that simply is not necessary,” said Wilson, who is the Senate Republican budget leader. “The people we serve really need to know what’s in store for them, and I look forward to engaging with them and hearing their opinions and concerns.”Sen. Lynda Wilson, Rep. Paul Harris and Rep. Vicki Kraft (left to right) will participate in a virtual town hall on May 13. Photo courtesy of Washington State House RepublicansThose who wish to participate can register at tinyurl.com/17LD-town-hall.“Much of the legislation passed this session is very troubling and it’s going to negatively impact families in the 17th District and throughout the state,” said Kraft. “This meeting will be an excellent way to inform our constituents about this new legislation, as well as answer their questions, and discuss their comments and concerns.”The remote town hall meeting will be conducted using the Zoom platform on Thu., May 13 at 6 p.m. Those who would like to participate in the 90-minute event must pre-register in advance for the conference by going to any of the three legislators’ websites:SenatorLyndaWilson.comRepresentativePaulHarris.comRepresentativeVickiKraft.com“I enjoyed hearing from our constituents when we did this back in March, and I’m looking forward to meeting with them again,” said Harris. “I know people have a lot of questions about the many significant pieces of legislation that were pushed through this session. I’m happy to listen and answer their questions.”The meeting can only accommodate the first 500 attendees, so participants should register early. Participants can register at tinyurl.com/17LD-town-hall.Information provided by Washington State House Republicans, houserepublicans.wa.govAdvertisementThis is placeholder textTags:17th Legislative District2021 legislative sessionClark CountyLatestRep. Paul HarrisRep. Vicki KraftSen. Lynda WilsonVancouvervirtual town hallWashington State Legislatureshare 0 Previous : Free online classes will promote sustainable living Next : WSU Vancouver to honor 1,018 graduating students SaturdayAdvertisementThis is placeholder text Name*Email*Website Name*Email*Website Subscribe Connect with LoginI allow to create an accountWhen you login first time using a Social Login button, we collect your account public profile information shared by Social Login provider, based on your privacy settings. We also get your email address to automatically create an account for you in our website. Once your account is created, you’ll be logged-in to this account.DisagreeAgreeNotify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments I allow to use my email address and send notification about new comments and replies (you can unsubscribe at any time). Legislators from the 17th District to host virtual town hall May 13Posted by ClarkCountyToday.comDate: Thursday, May 6, 2021in: Newsshare 0 0 Comments Inline FeedbacksView all comments
FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail KINGSTON — The Consumer Affairs Commission (CAC) has said that of 1,699 cases handled during the financial year 2008/09, 1,568 were resolved, a 92.28 per cent resolution rate. Minister with responsibility for Information, Telecommunication and Special Project, Hon. Daryl Vaz, gave details of the annual report at yesterday’s Post Cabinet press briefing at Jamaica House. The Minister said that the Commission witnessed a slight reduction in the number of complaints it handles, which may have resulted from the relocation of its office in August and the resulting temporary absence of telephone and e-mail facilities. The Commission was ranked among the top performers, in terms of contributing to the Government’s policy research committees and realised a net surplus of $7 million at the end of the year. The Annual Report will be tabled in the Houses of Parliament by the Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce, Hon. Karl Samuda RelatedCabinet sees CAC report RelatedCabinet sees CAC report RelatedCabinet sees CAC report By CHRIS PATTERSON, JIS Reporter Advertisements Cabinet sees CAC report ParliamentMay 5, 2011
ENDICOTT, N.Y. – Miguel Angel Jimenez birdied three of the final six holes Friday for a 7-under 65 and a share of the first-round lead with Monday qualifier Doug Barron in the PGA Tour Champions’ Dick’s Sporting Goods Open. Jimenez had eight birdies and a bogey at En Joie Golf Club. The 55-year-old won the Chubb Classic in February in Florida for his seventh senior title. “It was very nice. I played very solid. I felt very comfortable on the golf course,” Jimenez said. “That’s what you need to do, hit fairways, hit greens and hit it close. I made the putts. Happy with the way I’ve been managing myself on the golf course.” The 50-year-old Barron had seven birdies in a bogey-free round. He’s coming off a fifth-place tie in the Senior British Open in his Champions debut. “I’ve been around this course 32 times in tournament rounds and played however many practice rounds here when I was on tour, so I like the place. It fits my eye,” Barron said. “Just like it reminds me of the two courses I grew up playing at home. So, I’ve always played good here, I’ve had some good finishes here.” Marco Dawson and Scott Parel were a stroke back at 66. Kevin Sutherland was another stroke back with David McKenzie and Billy Andrade. Kevin Sutherland shot a 59 in the tournament five years ago. Full-field scores from the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open Senior British Open winner Bernhard Langer shot a 68, playing alongside Charles Schwab Cup leader Scott McCarron and Senior Players Championship winner Retief Goosen. Langer won at En Joie in 2014. “You’ve got to drive it straight here,” Langer said. “It’s tree-lined, rough and trees everywhere, so you’ve got to drive it really good, hit some good irons and, hopefully, sink some putts. That’s what it takes.” McCarron, the winner two years ago, had a 69. Goosen shot 72. Davis Love III and Jay Haas shot 68, while playing partner Fred Couples had a 70. Couples is back at En Joie for the first time in 24 years. He won the B.C. Open in 1991 when it was a PGA Tour event. “I just didn’t make enough birdies, but I felt OK,” Couples said. “I have to play a lot more and practice a lot harder to work my way up these leaderboards again. I have not really played well this whole year, but it’s fun to be here.” John Daly had a 71. Defending champion Bart Bryant opened with a 72. He also won the 2013 event.
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By Alexander Whiteman 23/01/2017 French general sales agent ECS Group has appointed Martin Bittner as managing director of Globe Air Cargo in Germany, replacing Mark Grinsted who has announced his retirement.Mr Bittner began his career in logistics more than 25 years ago, and he has held senior roles at Expeditors International, Air Canada Cargo, Continental Europe and Lufthansa Cargo.He joined ECS from DHL Global Forwarding, where he was head of key account management with responsibility for global accounts, which included BASF, Bosch, Henkel, Lufthansa Technik and Siemens.Mr Bittner said he hoped the experience gained during his career would add value to the ECS Group.He began at Globe Air Cargo at the start of the year, with Mr Grinsted set to retire on 31 March, following nearly 50 years in the industry.The last 14 years of his career have been with ECS, where he was instrumental in establishing Aero Cargo International in Germany and was part of the management since its launch.At the start of last year, Mr Grinsted took on full responsibility as managing director for Aero Cargo, and merged the activities of Aero Cargo with Globe Air Cargo.