The multi-port transit involved a freight consignment leaving Busan, Korea onboard Scanscot Shipping’s multipurpose ro-ro carrier Scan Brasil; before she collected the second part of the consignment from Kobe, Japan. The consolidated shipments were then carried to Santos, Brazil. The consignments, amounting to over 1,200 cu m, included a compressor and lube oil motor, spare rotor and cooler equipment in over 100 packages and one container. The total weight of the shipment came to some over 2,200 tonnes. Advance International President & CEO, Jawad Kamel says: “This was a straightforward collection of vital goods for Brazilian petroleum and petrochemical refineries but no less complex and well-planned for all that. The need to collect some of the equipment in Korea and then Japan created no headaches for our planners and went off as smoothly as we anticipated.” Kamel is certain that Advance International Transport has a important role to play in that Brazil’s economic and business development. He adds: “Our project freight forwarding services support companies that are active in the oil and gas industry worldwide. This is just as important to Brazil as any of the oil and gas producing countries we serve. By delivering a first rate service we help manufacturers such as Mitsubishi provide the technology and know-how the sector needs.
Harrison Ford attends Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” panel on day 2 of Comic-Con International on Friday, July 10, 2015, in San Diego, Calif. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP) Chris Hardwick, from left Kathleen Kennedy, J.J. Abrams, Lawrence Kasdan, John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, and Oscar Isaac attend Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” panel on day 2 of Comic-Con International on Friday, July 10, 2015, in San Diego, Calif. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP) J.J. Abrams speaks at Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” panel on day 2 of Comic-Con International on Friday, July 10, 2015, in San Diego, Calif. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP) Carrie Fisher, from left, Mark Hamill, and Harrison Ford attend Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” panel on day 2 of Comic-Con International on Friday, July 10, 2015, in San Diego, Calif. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP) Ford, making his first public appearance since his plane crash in March left him hospitalized and injured, assured the audience and host Chris Hardwick that he was fine. The already excitable crowd exploded when Ford, the last to be introduced, walked out.Seated next to Hamill, the gruff Ford was not hesitant to talk about his reluctance to revisit the world of “Star Wars” and the character of Han Solo.“It should have felt ridiculous, it was 30 years ago,” Ford said. “I sort of grew up.”He never thought that he’d do another film after the original trilogy.“I was very gratified when I read the script because I read something that I thought was really remarkable, really well-written and with some very intriguing developments,” Ford said. “I was delighted to be involved and I was very happy to be part of the story and the cast again.”“The Force Awakens,” which hits theaters on Dec. 18, picks up about 30 years after the events of “Return of the Jedi.”Before fans were treated to the “Star Wars” veterans, they were introduced to the newcomers on the light side of the force and, for the first time, those on the dark side.Adam Driver, Gwendoline Christie and Domhnall Gleeson were on hand representing the bad guys. As the mysterious three-pronged lightsaber-wielding Kylo Ren, Driver tried to skirt any questions about his character.When pressed, he talked vaguely about the philosophy of evil.“We didn’t really have a lot of conversations about bad or evil when we were shooting it,” said Driver. “It was more the difference between being bad and being right.”Gleeson, whose character’s name was revealed to be General Hux, didn’t hesitate to say that he was evil. While talking about getting the role, Gleeson accidentally “spoiled” the name of his command station, much to the dismay of Abrams.It’s “Starkiller Base.” SAN DIEGO | The cast and filmmakers of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” debuted a new behind-the-scenes reel and teased some new information at Comic-Con about the highly secretive film to a rapturous Hall H audience.Filmmaker J.J. Abrams and Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy were eventually joined on stage Friday by “Star Wars” veterans and “Force Awakens” stars Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher. Christie, who plays the chrome stormtrooper Captain Phasma, talked about how neat it was to be playing a character in full costume who is “not about the way she looks in the flesh.”Representing the light side of the force were Daisy Ridley, John Boyega and Oscar Isaac, who had spoken previously about their roles at the annual Star Wars Celebration event in Anaheim.Though not much else was gleaned about Ridley’s scavenger Rey, Boyega’s stormtrooper Finn or Isaac’s X-Wing pilot Poe Dameron, all offered anecdotes about their time on set.To prepare for his role, Isaac asked Ford for some advice about piloting in “Star Wars.”Ford just said, “It’s fake.”There was no new footage to be seen. Abrams is currently editing the film and has a cut, but wants to keep tweaking to make it the film “it wants to be.” He also said another trailer will come out in the fall.But Abrams did debut a behind-the-scenes reel that was made available online shortly after the panel concluded.In addition to interviews with Hamill, Ridley and others, it focused on the practical effects used in the film — a recurring theme in all of Abrams’ comments about the film, which hopes to re-create the aesthetic of the original trilogy.“Everything’s changed but nothing’s changed,” said Hamill in the clip. “That’s the way you want it to be.”Not to be outdone, Abrams and Kennedy, who had already treated the ravenous Hall H fans to coffee and doughnuts before the panel started, announced that there was one more surprise: An imminent “Star Wars” concert at an adjacent stage. All 6,500 Hall H attendees were invited.And their escorts?Stormtroopers, of course.
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FULL TIME : GALWAY 0-16 ROSCOMMON 2-6ALL OVER!!! Galway have turned it around in the second half – Shane Walsh was quite magnificent.70+5 Ian Burke adds another….is that the insurance point? Galway 0-16 Roscommon 2-670+4 Mins: Adrian Varley kicks a beauty….Roscommon will need a goal now. Galway 0-15 Roscommon 2-671 Mins: Damien wins a free way out on the wing……….Sean Andy Kelly is down and will be replaced by Gary O’DonnellThere will SIX (6) minutes of added time10 Mins: Another from Comer. Galway 0-14 Roscommon 2-669 Mins: Damien Comer….gets his point. Galway lead. Galway 0-13 Roscommon 2-665 Mins: Peter Cooke has come on for Johnny Heaney!64 Mins: Great response from Sean Armstrong. Level again! Galway 0-2 Roscommon 2-6Conor Devaney ….. back of the net! Roscommon 2-6 Galway 0-1161 Mins: PENALTY for Roscommon – Diarmuid Murtagh fouled!61 Mins: Yellow Card for Tom Flynn.60 Mins: Sean Kelly with a great point from play sees Galway stretch the lead. Galway 0-11 Roscommon 1-659 Mins: Amazing defending by Galway’s Eoghan Kerrin & Sean Andy Kelly as Roscommon bear down on Goal…..up the other end…Ian Burke fouled. Shane Walsh puts Galway in front for the first time in the game. Galway 0-10 Roscommon 1-6 – Shane Walsh has 8 points.52 Mins: Poor kick out…Galway win it. Free in. Black card for David Murray and Shane Walsh levels it. Galway 0-9 Roscommon 1-650 Mins: Gareth Bradshaw runs at the Roscommon defence, wins the free. Shane Walsh punishes the Rossies. Roscommon 1-6 Galway 0-849 Mins: Eoghan Kerrin comes in for David Wynne48 Mins: Sean Armstrong come on for Barry McHughRo0scommon have kicked three wides in the second half (10 in total).45 Mins: Damien Comer get a yellow card as Ciaran Duggan comes on for Paul Conroy42 Mins: Shane Walsh adds another from a free with his left foot. Two points between the teams. Roscommon 1-6 Galway 0-741 Mins: Shane Walsh kicks another magnificent score. Roscommon 1-6 Galway 0-6Roscommon holding on to possession, Galway can’t get it. When they do they give it away too easily38 Mins: Roscommon get an easy free……Diarmuid Murtagh stretches the lead. Roscommon 1-6 Galway 0-5SECOND HALF UNDERWAYNo changes on either side for the second half” Galway are standing two feet off and allowing Roscommon get at them” – Colin Cooper” The ball going in to Damien Comer hasn’t been good enough” – Frank Morris“The first half has been played on Roscommon’s terms” – Colm O’Rourke“Roscommon well on top at midfield” – Ollie Turner“Galway would want to get their skates on, but it’s not over yet!” – Seamus DukeHALF TIME Roscommon 1-5 Galway 0-5 – Roscommon by far the better side in that first half and will have the wind in part 2.There will be 2 added minutes at the end of the first half.34 Mins: Free in for Galway and Shane Walsh curls it beautifully inside the post. Roscommon 1-5 Galway 0-5“Roscommon are making better decisions on the ball” – Frank MorrisKevin Walsh will be anxious to get his team in for the half-time ‘talk’Cathal Compton goes off the Roscommon team…he has been playing well and will be missed. Ultan Harney comes in.28 Mins: Down the other end…Diarmuid Murtagh breaks free and gets an easy point. Roscommon 1-5 Galway 0-427 Mins: Looks like Damien Comer is being fouled…..no, says the referee…could have been a penalty!25 Mins: Shane Walsh wins the ball….finds Ian Burke…….point. Roscommon 1-4 Galway 0-4Galway just can’t get their hands on the ball for long periods.24 Mins: Roscommon create another goal chance but Sean Andy Kelly clears the lines.“Galway need to cut out basic errors” – Barry Cullinane22 Mins: Quick free from Galway into Ian Burke and he points. Roscommon 1-4 Galway 0-321 Mins: GOAL for Roscommon….Ciaran Murtagh cuts in along the end line and finishes to the net. Galway in trouble here. Roscommon 1-4 Galway 0-220 Mins: Galway picking up the pace with another attack but, it’s a free out!19 Mins: An audacious effort from Shane Walsh keeps Galway in the game. Roscommon 0-4 Galway 0-218 Mins: 45 for Galway….missed! The usually inch-perfect Barry McHugh yet to score from the ground.16 Mins: Donie Smith….adds another point. Galway are struggling here. Roscommon 0-4 Galway 0-1Galway looking a little lifelessRoscommon have kicked 5 wides and could be further ahead.14 Mins: Shane Walsh is in on goal but lands the ball into the goalkeeper’s arms.13 Mins: Handy free in for Roscommon. Diarmuid Murtagh punishes the mistake. Roscommon 0-3 Galway 0-112 Mins: Diarmuid Murtagh has added another point. Roscommon 0-2 Galway 0-1There are three Roscommon on Damien Comer every time he goes for the ball.9′ Shane Walsh kicks a great point on the run for Galway’s first score. Galway 0-1 Roscommon 0-18′ Roscommon battling for every ball…..free for Galway. It’s a long way out. Barry McHugh is wide with the effort.6′ Diarmuid Murtagh gets the first score of the game. Galway not on the pace just yet!We’re five minutes in and still wait for our first score.Roscommon enjoying most of the possession in the early stages.3′ First wide for Galway….Eamonn Brannigan1 minute: First free in for Roscommon. Ciaran Murtagh takes it but misses!4.03pm GAME ON!The teams break away from the parade and stand to attention for our National Anthem.Galway win the toss and will play with a strong wind in the first half. The Super 8’s await the winners!print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Welcome to our Sunday Sport MATCH TRACKER of the Connacht Senior Football final between Galway & Roscommon from Hyde Park Roscommon. Throw-in 4PM. Thanks for your company – Gerry Murphy Eamonn Brannigan & Ian Burke start for Galway
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Minister Joe McHugh has hosted a fact-finding mission for Oileán Thorai islanders as part of consultations on securing a new ferry for the island.Mr McHugh, Minister for the Irish language, Gaeltacht and the Islands, travelled to Doolin in Co. Clare with a group of islanders to learn about their transport methods.Looking back on the trip, Minister McHugh said: “I want to thank the members of Comharchumann Oileán Thorai for making the long journey south to allow me to host this consultation. “Our discussions with ferry owners in Doolin, Co Clare has enabled us to learn more about sourcing a new boat for Oileán Thorai and the process that other operators have gone through to source new boats and consider designs.”Joe McHugh, Minister for the Irish language, Gaeltacht and the IslandsMinister McHugh, Government Chief Whip, was joined in Doolin by manager of the Comharchumman Marjorie Uí Chearbhaill and a number of other members along with Pól Ó Gallchóir, chairman of Foras na Gaeilge and former chief executive of TG4.“This consultation was not only a chance to see first-hand the different modern boats that are operating from and to other islands along the western seaboard but more importantly it gives us a chance to learn more about the process involved in bringing one of these ferries into service,” Mr McHugh said.“We want to learn about how the boat owners sourced and secured these boats and to hear what advice they might like to offer the islanders on boat design and style.” Mr McHugh added: “Along with the initiatives that we are taking here with the ferry services earlier this summer my Department secured grant funding of €359,000 for works on the islands off Donegal.“We are doing works on the Lighthouse Road on Arranmore; we have plans progressing for new cranes on Oileán Thorai and at Machaire Rabhartaigh, a new cargo operation, ongoing discussions on extending helicopter services and plans to publish a revised tender for a longer-term fast ferry.“All of this is in the context of this Government’s commitment to secure a new passenger ferry boat for Oileán Thorai as pledged in the National Development Plan.“I look forward to continuing to work with the Islanders of Oileán Thorai and all the islands in order to put their interests at the heart of the decisions that are made in the Department on transport, the language, connectivity, education, the environment.“Our islands are truly at the heart of what is best loved and admired about Irish culture and these kind of investments demonstrate how highly we value their communities.” Minister McHugh travels with Tory Islanders on research mission for new ferry was last modified: September 28th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Comharchumann Oileán ThoraiMinister Joe McHughOileán ThoraiTory Island
We got our hands on the new version of popular Twitter desktop app Tweetdeck that will be delivered to all users tomorrow and we’re pretty excited about what’s been added.If you’ve never used Tweetdeck, it’s the most powerful application available for sending and receiving Twitter messages. It’s about to become even more awesome.Tweetdeck includes support for groups, for columns of persistent search results and a number of cool third party services are integrated right inside the interface. What’s coming next? Language translation, StockTwits integration, forwarding by email, switching to one column view and extensive support for conversation topics by hashtag. It’s quite an impressive upgrade for an already very feature-rich application.Part of my Tweetdeck set-up, click to view full size.Language translation is now available in the drop down “more actions” menu inside every user profile next to a tweet. It’s a pretty rough translation, as these things always are – but how cool is that anyway? Twitter is a very international phenomenon – now we can grunt at each other across languages a little more effectively.Stocktwits is a fast-growing startup that hosts conversation and news tracking around the stock market. Now Tweetdeck will let you tie in your Stocktwits account and create Friends, Portfolio, Recommended, Commentary and “all” columns. We expect that to be quite popular.Hashtag Support comes in the form of a new drop down to the right of your message composition window, displaying one-click links to add any of your 10 most recently used hashtags. When you reply to a message that included a hashtag – that same hashtag will be automatically appended to your reply. That’s going to keep conversations much more coherent.User Search lets you set up a column to search for any username – see what people are saying to and about people of interest.One Column View is a quick little button you can hit to zip your full screen Tweetdeck down into just one column, the easier to watch it next to a browser with. Click it again and it will expand to full size.There are a number of other new additions, from easier group management to email forwarding of tweets to some API access improvements. There may be some changes users don’t like, as well. All we can say for now, having just used it for a little while, is that the most powerful Twitter interface available is not slowing down – it just keeps getting better. If you’d like to befriend the ReadWriteWeb staff on Twitter here are our accounts – we’d love to meet you too! 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… marshall kirkpatrick Tags:#Product Reviews#web
The ECL-230X-TDB is a heavy-duty, easy to install three-bolt multipoint lock whose construction takes panic hardware to a new level of toughness and eases your back-door security worries. It is designed with a larger deadbolt that goes deeper into the frame than other locks in the category. Connecting rods are solid steel, rather than the less reliable hollow rod/cable construction. Life safety and code compliant, the new Detex ECL-230X-TDB serves as both panic hardware and a maximum-strength locking device.The ECL-230X-TDB includes a photo-luminescent sign available in more than ten color/language combinations, a 100-decibel alarm, and three locking points per door.Combining the ECL-230X-TDB with Detex’s DX Bolts provides an additional line of defense against break-ins via additional locking points. Even if the exterior door hinges are compromised the DX bolts keep the door locked and secure. These passive deadbolts are easy to install and offer another layer of attack resistance.- Sponsor – How tough is the ECL-230X-TDB? Independent laboratory testing proves a door secured by the ECL-230X-TDB, and when combined with three DX Bolts can withstand 16,000 lbs of pull force.Add suffix DX3 (ECL-230X-TDB-DX3) for six locking points for even stronger security. Single- and double-bolt and weatherized models are also available. Optional accessories include hinge side locking bolts and inside pull handle.Other 230Xmodels include ECL-230X (Dead Bolt Only), ECL-230X-W (Weatherized Dead Bolt), ECL-230X-TB (Top and Bottom Bolt), ECL-230X-W-TB (Weatherized Top and Bottom Bolt), ECL-230X-TD (Top and Dead Bolt), ECL-230X-W-TD (Weatherized Top and Dead Bolt), and ECL-230X-W-TDB (Weatherized Top Bolt, Dead Bolt and Bottom Bolt).Almost all hardware and accessories can be customized with different finishes, colors, sizes, and more.Visit Booth #935 or www.detex.com to see what the ECL-230X can do for you. Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox. Sign up now
Directions Preheat Oven to 325. Brush insides of ramekins with melted butter. Chef’s Tip: Use non-stick spray or more melted butter to brush outsides of ramekins. This will make cleaning up the bubbled over half & half come off the sides of the ramekins more easily! Slice potatoes to 1/8″ thickness – A mandolin works great for this. No need to peel the potatoes. The skins are so thin you won’t even notice them. Bake bacon on a sheetpan in oven until very well cooked and crispy, flipping half way through, about 20 minutes total. Move bacon to a paper towel-lined plate and let cool. Crumble into small pieces and set aside. While bacon cools, finely chop chives. Melt butter stick of butter and add it to the bread crumbs. Stir in 1/3 of the bacon bits and all of the chives. Whisk together half & half, Dijon mustard, nutmeg and salt and pepper to taste. Divide the cheese into 12 pieces. Layer the bottom of each ramekin with several potato slices. Sprinkle with some bacon and add a piece of cheese. Layer again and repeat so that there are 3 layers of cheese, bacon and potatoes per ramekin, finishing with remaining potato slices. The potato layers should be piled above the lip of the ramekin. Carefully pour half & half mixture into ramekins until half an inch from the top. Dot the tops of the ramekins with reserved tablespoon of butter. Sprinkle on bread crumb mixture. Bake for 45 minutes on a sheet pan until crispy and brown. Let cool slightly before serving. We’re back with another ridiculously delicious recipe, and this one will definitely make your mouth water—Bacon & Blue Cheese Gratin. Mmm! We’re getting hungry just writing about it. If you’re looking to go all out this year for Thanksgiving, you’ve come to the right place. Philly 360° and Philly Homegrown know that anything with bacon and cheese is a win-win. Trust us, this side dish will leave you and your guests craving for more. Check out the recipe below. Shout Out: Thanks to Rebecca Torpie of Wedge + Fig for the awesome recipe! For more juicy details, visit the Philly Homegrown website. And, stay tuned for our next Thanksgiving Throwdown recipe! Ingredients 8 Tablespoons unsalted butter (1 stick), plus one tablespoon, reserved 1 Cup unseasoned bread crumbs 6 Slices Glenn’s Bacon Handful of chives or parsley 1 Teaspoon Dijon mustard 3 Cups half & half Pinch of ground nutmeg 8 oz Birchrun Blue cheese 2.5 lbs Yukon Gold potatoes Salt & white pepper to taste Additional Melted butter for ramekins Bacon & Blue Cheese Gratin(Courtesy of R. Torpie) Special Equipment Rimmed sheet pan Mandolin (optional)