Founded in 1930, the Van der Vlist Group has developed into one of Europe’s market leaders within the abnormal and heavy haulage industry and opened its UK operations in July, 2001. Servicing the UK customer base and facilitating movements between the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe, Van der Vlist UK has grown into one of the leading providers of international heavy haulage services in the UK.This major investment allows the company to move to a purpose-built facility, highlighting the confidence that the Van der Vlist Transport Group has in the UK. The location enjoys a close connection to the A63 and the Port of Hull.Van der Vlist UK is backed by a fleet of over 200 trucks and 200 trailers as well as various modular axles and specialist trailers.
THE LARGEST smart-card fare collection contract yet awarded in North America was signed by San Francisco’s Metropolitan Transportation Commission on May 27. The 10-year turnkey agreement with Motorola’s Worldwide Smartcard Solutions Division and the ERG Group provides for the installation of a smart card ticketing system that may eventually cover every public transport operator in the San Francisco Bay Area. The consortium will initially conduct a six-month trial of the new TransLink system towards the end of next year. This will cover about 5000 passengers using metro, rail, light rail and bus services worked by BART, Caltrain, Muni, Golden Gate Transit, AC Transit and Santa Clara County’s Valley Transportation Authority. If the trials are successful, TransLink will be expanded to cover the services of 26 operators from 2001, allowing seamless travel throughout the region. Motorola and ERG will fund the installation and operation of the equipment, and will receive between US$114m and US$157m, depending the level of card usage over the 10-year concession.
Matthew Amoah ended the first half of the Dutch season on a high after scoring but Asamoah Gyan was red carded in a bad end to what has been a terrific half term for him.The Black Stars striker was sent off for Stade Rennes ten minutes into their 2-0 loss at Sochaux just before he joins up with Ghana for their pre-Nations Cup camping in Nelspruit.It capped a frustrating few weeks when Gyan failed to score but he still ended on a high with eight goals, two behind the leading goal scorer.But while Gyan was ruing an early sending off for the stray elbow, his likely striker partner for Ghana at the Cup of Nations in Angola, Matthew Amoah was grabbing the headlines in Holland for the right reasons in the Dutch Cup.Amoah broke the resistance of De Grafschaap with the opening goal after 107 minutes of play before a second from Giilsen made victory certain for NAC Breda. It was the Ghana striker’s 7th goal of the season.Source: Kickoff.com
Galway Seniors1. Sarah Healy (St Thomas)2. Shauna Healy (Ardrahan)3. Sarah Dervan (Mullagh captain)4. Heather Cooney (St Thomas)5. Tara Kenny (Sarsfields)6. Emma Helebert (Ballinderreen)7. Lorraine Ryan (Kiltullagh Killimordaly)8. Aoife Donohue (Mullagh)9. Niamh Kilkenny (Pearses)10. Carrie Dolan (Clarinbridge)11. Catriona Cormican (Ballinderreen)12. Sarah Spellman (Sarsfields)13. Noreen Coen (Athenry)14. Niamh Hannify (Oranmore Maree)15. Ailish O’Reilly (Oranmore Maree)GALWAY INTERMEDIATE TEAM:Laura Glynn (Sarsfields); Ciara Donohue (Mullagh), Laura Ward (Sarsfields capt), Louise Brennan (Turloughmore); Kate Screene (Skehana), Lorraine Coen (St Thomas), Dervla Higgins (Athenry); Lisa Casserly (Ballinderreen), Molly Mannion (Mountbellew Moylough); Karen Kennedy (Mullagh), Ava Lynskey (Ardrahan), Rachel Monaghan (Mullagh); Elisha Broderick (Castlegar), Mairead Dillon (Kilconieron), Tara Ruttledge (Portumna)For Galway manager Cathal Murray, he will bid to repeat the success of Tony Ward who won both Intermediate and Senior All-Ireland titles on the same day back in 2013 when Galway beat Limerick in the Intermediate final by 0-12 to 0-10 and in the Senior Final when they overcame Kilkenny by 1-9 to 0-7. Cathal has been speaking to Tommy Devane about next Sunday’s Finals Tommy Devane has more The Galway Intermediate and Camogie Teams for theAll-Ireland Finals on Sunday have been named and are unchanged from the teams thatbeat Tipperary and Cork in their respective All-Ireland Semi-Finals. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
For both managers it is also a case of differences. Tuam stars manager Tommy Carton is in his first year in charge of the team while Corofin manager Kevin O’Brien is in his fourth final as manager, having taken over from Stephen Rochford in 2015. Both managers spoke to Galway Bay FM Sport in the run-up to Sunday’s Final. We first hear from Tuam Stars manager Tommy Carton. He spoke to Tommy Devane.We now hear from Corofin manager Kevin O’Brien. He spoke to Kevin Dwyer and told Kevin it was great to be back in the County Final.Throw in on Sunday is at 3.30 and is Live here on Galway Bay FM. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email This Sunday, Corofin and Tuam Stars will meet to decide the destination of the 2019 Claregalway Hotel County Senior Football Championship. Corofin are bidding to make it a magnificent seven, emulating the Tuam Stars team of the 1950’s and just one away from St Grellans Ballinasloe who won eight in a row between 1922 and 1929.
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Sarri admits ‘Chelsea in trouble’ after beating Crystal Palaceby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea boss Maurizio Sarri admits they’re “in trouble” after victory at Crystal Palace.Olivier Giroud limped out of Selhurst Park on crutches to add to Sarri’s injury concerns.The World Cup winner now looks set to join Cesc Fabregas, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Danny Drinkwater, Pedro and Callum Hudson-Odoi on the sidelines.Sarri said: “The problem is his ankle. I don’t know the severity. We have to wait for tomorrow. In the last few days we have been a but unlucky.”In 10 minutes we had three injuries – Fabregas, Loftus and Drinkwater – then Giroud, and we were already without Pedro and Odoi.”We are in trouble because, in January, we have to play every three days. Fabregas is a neck problem.”The injury was in the last five minutes of training, so I’m not sure whether he has to rest for two or 10 days. I will have a meeting with the doctor this evening.”
The Actors Fund has announced that the 2018 Looking Ahead Awards will honor the cast of Disney Channel’s “Andi Mack,” Raven-Symoné and Monique Coleman on Sunday, October 28 from 4-8pm at the magnificent Taglyan Complex in Hollywood.The fifth annual celebration, which raises support and awareness for The Actors Fund’s Looking Ahead Program, features exciting “blue carpet” arrivals, cocktail hour, gourmet dinner and celebrity-studded awards ceremony. Tickets are now on sale at www.actorsfund.org/LookingAheadAwards.The Looking Ahead Awards celebrates leaders in the current and former young performer community who inspire the world by living the Looking Ahead Program’s core values of growth, education, leadership and community service.The Elizabeth Taylor Award for Social Awareness, honoring the youth cast of a current TV show that is raising awareness about important societal issues though their roles, will be presented to the young stars of Disney Channel’s hit series “Andi Mack” — Peyton Elizabeth Lee, Joshua Rush, Sofia Wylie and Asher Angel.The Looking Ahead Award for Education, honoring a former young performer who has made education a priority in their life, will be presented to Raven-Symoné, star and executive producer of Disney Channel’s “Raven’s Home.”The Looking Ahead Award for Community Service, honoring a former young performer who exemplifies giving back to the community, will be presented to actress, producer and global youth advocate Monique Coleman (“GimmeMo,” “Dancing With The Stars,” “High School Musical” trilogy).Previous Looking Ahead Awards honorees include Tatyana Ali, Lance Bass, Max Burkholder, Jordana Brewster, Mario Lopez, Kellie Martin, Tia & Tamera Mowry, Margaret O’Brien, Charlotte Rae, Fred Savage; the parent(s) of Hilary Swank, Wilmer Valderrama, Corbin Bleu and Holly Robinson-Peete; and the youth casts of “This Is Us,” “black-ish” and “The Fosters.”The Looking Ahead Program was created in 2003 in partnership with SAG-AFTRA to work with youth between the ages of 9 and 18, helping them develop the values, skills and confidence they need to make successful transitions to fulfilling adult lives. Now serving more than 500 youths, families and alumni, the program aims to create a nurturing environment where young performers get support through individual, family and education counseling, leadership development, community service and social events. Looking Ahead is guided by an Advisory Committee of professionals in youth development and youth-related entertainment, which is co-chaired by actor and recording artist Corbin Bleu and freelance casting director and former head of casting at Nickelodeon Sharon Lieblein.
TORONTO – A former executive with the CVS pharmacy chain will be the new CEO for Hudson’s Bay Co., Canada’s oldest company and owner of Saks Fifth Avenue and other retail operations.Helena Foulkes will start in the role on Feb. 19, the Toronto-based company said Monday in a statement.Richard Baker has been acting as HBC’s interim CEO since the departure of Jerry Storch last fall. Baker will continue as governor and executive chairman.“Helena is a transformational leader who will invigorate the business with a new perspective as we position HBC for the future,” Baker said in a statement.Foulkes comes to HBC after 25 years at CVS Health Corp., a health-care company with about 9,700 pharmacies. Since January 2014, Foulkes was the company’s executive vice-president and president of subsidiary CVS Pharmacy.At the department store chain, Foulkes will be responsible for HBC’s global strategy and operations for all of its banners. She will also be appointed to HBC’s board of directors.“The future of retail will be defined by companies that think creatively about where the consumer and the world are headed,” Foulkes said in a statement.Foulkes added that one of her priorities will be to “build upon strategies that capitalize HBC’s physical and digital assets and deepen our core operating effectiveness.”The department store is grappling with persistent losses in an increasingly tough retail environment by implementing a transformation plan.It included cutting 2,000 jobs across North America in an effort to save the company $350 million annually by the end of fiscal 2018. The company has also expanded its online offerings and is looking at ways to unlock more value from its vast real estate holdings.Companies in this story: (TSX:HBC)
QUEBEC – La Maison Simons has acquired Rituels.ca, a Quebec City-based retailer of shaving and grooming products and accessories for men.Financial terms of the deal were not immediately available.Simons says it is its first acquisition in its 178-year history.Rituels began as an online retailer, but recently opened its first storefront in Quebec City.Its products are also distributed by retailers in Canada and the United States.Simons says the shampoos, soaps, shave oils and shaving creams distributed by Rituels will be phased in at its own stores and website over the next few months.
Be prepared to adjust your driving to changing road conditions. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow. If visibility is reduced while driving, slow down, watch for tail lights ahead and be prepared to stop.Weather in the mountains can change suddenly resulting in hazardous driving conditions.ShiftIntoWinter.ca reminds drivers to know before you go. Adjust to winter driving behaviour and use winter tires and chains.Road conditions are available at www.drivebc.ca. Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to [email protected] or tweet reports using #BCStorm. CHETWYND, B.C. – A snowfall warning has been issued for the Pine Pass this weekend, with the forecast calling for up to 30 cm by Sunday.Environment Canada is predicting a low-pressure system will sit over the region Saturday and into Sunday that brings with it, 25 to 30 cm of snow.Before heading in that direction, make sure to check the latest road conditions at www.drivebc.ca The forecast for the North Peace and Fort St. John also shows more snow. Expect flurries Saturday and heavier snow overnight into Sunday. We could receive another 10 to 15 cm of snow before the weekend is over.Here is the full weather warning for the Pine Pass.Warnings2:32 AM PDT Saturday 24 March 2018Snowfall warning in effect for:Highway 97 – Pine PassA stationary trough of low pressure will sit over the region today and right through Sunday.This trough will produce snow, heavy at times, for Pine Pass. Although steady light snow will be falling today, intensity will ramp up tonight and through Sunday.Total accumulation expected through the 36 hour period is 25 to 30 cm.