SALT LAKE CITY – Sue Turley and Raquel Sever received a phone call Tuesday they never expected. They learned their sister’s husband, Joshua Schade, had been in a terrible accident on the job. “We really don’t know exactly what happened at this point,” Sever said. Although the investigation is ongoing, they do know some of the details. Their brother-in-law was transporting sulfuric acid for Basin Western Trucking Company to Delta on Tuesday. When he went to unload it, something went horribly wrong. “It poured all the way down his body, from his head all the way down,” Turley said. They said first responders took him to a hospital for decontamination, then he was flown to University Hospital’s burn center. Schade has already undergone one skin graft surgery with more planned. “They keep reminding (my sister) he’s in very critical condition and they don’t want to give her the impression that he’s definitely going to make it home,” Turley said. Turley said Schade began the job only a few weeks ago and was excited because the schedule allowed him to spend more time with his family. Now they’re hoping the 29-year-old father will get that time. “We’re just trying to be hopeful and have faith that he’ll make it,” Sever said. “My sister has said so many times she doesn’t care what he looks like,” added Turley. “She doesn’t want him in pain, and she just wants to have her husband.” “Everyone is hoping and praying for Josh and his family at this time,” said Lloyd Dean, a spokesman for Western Basin Trucking Company. Dean said the company is conducting its own investigation to determine what happened. The family has set-up a gofundme account at www.gofundme.com/ntbbho and an account at America First Credit Union under the name Joshua Schade to help with some of the immediate expenses they’re facing. Email: email@example.com
Fourth DCA JNC accepting judicial applications August 15, 2008 Regular News Fourth DCA JNC accepting judicial applications The Fourth District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission is now accepting applications to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of Judge George A. Shahood. Applicants must have been members of The Florida Bar for the preceding 10 years, registered voters, and must reside in the territorial jurisdiction of the court at the time of assuming office. Applications are available on The Florida Bar Web site, www.flabar.org, or fromPaul O. Lopez, JNC Chair,110 S.E. 6 th S treet, 15 th F loor, Ft.Lauderdale, FL 33301, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. The original completed application plus nine copies and all attachments must be delivered to Lopez no later than 5 p.m., August 15.
Perez petitions for Bar reinstatement January 1, 2010 Regular News P erez petitions for Bar reinstatementPursuant to Rule 3-7.10 Juan Carlos Perez of Miami Beach has petitioned the Supreme Court for Bar reinstatement.Perez was suspended for one year, pursuant to a September 7, 2006, court order for multiple counts of neglect, failure to communicate, and making misrepresentations to clients. Thereafter, by a Supreme Court order dated April 17, 2008, Perez was suspended for an additional six months for contempt.Any persons having knowledge bearing upon the Perez’s fitness or qualifications to resume the practice of law should contact Cheryl L. Soler, legal assistant for The Florida Bar, at (954) 835-0233.
In this article, you learn about who we are, what we do and more. We have many goals in mind for the future and we hope to be able to complete a few this year. LAPS News: We have done many things already to help the environment, but with not a lot of funding, there’s not much we can do. We are just a group of kids who wants to help the environment. That is why we would like you to help us! Our goals are to make the environment cleaner, for instance, we are: We are planning on making the court at the middle school more eco-friendly by planting grass, trees, and possibly a pond. We also went to the Valles Caldera, to test the water. Watershed monitoring is important because it makes sure that water quality, fauna, chemical balance, and volume is sufficient for our wildlife. We have also gone to things like a recycling fair where they teach about recycling. We have planned many things but without your help, we can not do it. We do not know when you will see us again, but currently, we are focusing on having the whole club working towards a common goal. We are very serious about getting work done and helping the beautiful New Mexican outdoors. You can help in many ways, here are some examples: Anyone can spread the word about the right way to recycle and what you can recycle. If you’re interested in donating to our fundraising website, we are always in need of funding for these projects, you can donate at https://www.gofundme.com/f/los-alamos-youth-earth-team-fundraiser. Anyone can also help in their community and do things like pick up trash. You can help the environment if you do simple things. You might say “What is the Los Alamos Youth Earth Team?” … we are a middle school group that helps the environment and does projects that help the plants and animals around us.
Peter Grönholm is Allu Finland managing director from July 1It will form the cornerstone of Allu’s ongoing research and development programme and the company envisages that following successful testing and fine tuning, applicable new innovations will be incorporated into new Allu products which will subsequently be introduced to market.The new company will be headed by Markku Jonninen, Allu Group founder and chairman of the board.The company has also named the new managing director of Allu Finland. Peter Grönholm, who will join on July 1, has extensive experience in sales, marketing and supply chain management and as a managing director of international organisations in Finland, the Nordic countries and the USA.He is currently vice president, supply chain and operations in Germany for Cavotec Group a supplier of industrial equipment.“Our strategy is for profitable growth, earnings and internationalization,” said Markku Jonninen.“Peter is a result and solution-focused, well-thought-off team player, in addition to which he has achieved great results with strong leadership skills. Peter’s experience in international business also played a significant role in the selection.” Allu Group has created a new company to develop future attachment technology, solutions and equipment.Allu Innovation and Research Centre will operate as a separate corporate entity alongside other group companies, but independent from the existing manufacturing, production and general operational structure.#*#*Show Fullscreen*#*#
Juke box Dury: City firm Field Fisher Waterhouse advised debt fund Aegis on financing Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, a film about the life of pop singer Ian Dury (pictured). Aegis intends to commit $50m (£33m) to film funding in total. Cheltenham firm Wiggin advised the film’s producers. Nuclear stake: Magic circle firm Linklaters advised energy company Centrica on taking a £2.3bn stake in British Energy, the EDF-owned operator of eight nuclear power stations in the UK. EDF and Centrica will also enter a joint venture to build four nuclear power stations in the UK. As part of a separate joint venture, EDF and Centrica will plan the construction, operation and decommissioning of four European reactors. City firm Herbert Smith and US firm Sullivan & Cromwell advised EDF. Magic circle firm Allen & Overy advised Centrica. Turkish energy: Magic circle firm Freshfields advised German energy supplier EnBW on establishing a joint venture with Turkish conglomerate Borusan, to invest €2.5bn (£2.2bn) in energy projects. Turkish firm Somay Hukuk Bürosu advised Borusan. Telecoms float: City firm Herbert Smith advised US investment bank Goldman Sachs on its role in the flotation of telecoms company Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Magic circle firms Linklaters and Freshfields and US firm Cleary Gottlieb advised Hutchison, its parent company and related Hutchison subsidiaries. Treatment centre: Birmingham firm Wragge & Co advised the East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust on signing a contract for a multi-million-pound treatment centre at the Lister hospital, Stevenage, with Clinicenta, an NHS partner organisation. The Lister Surgicentre is expected to open in April 2011 and will treat more than 15,000 NHS patients a year. City firm CMS Cameron McKenna advised Clinicenta.
ILC will specialise in two major logistics areas that combine the primary and secondary products of the Group.The first area – ‘Charter +’ offers value added services to existing customers. This will include providing solutions such as autocranes at airports for loading/unloading large, heavy pieces of cargo, pick-up from warehouse and/or manufacturer locations and transport to the airport. Charter + will also arrange and supervise the design and production of special mechanical tooling necessary for specific cargo loading and transportation projects. ILC’s additional services will include advice on various modes of transport, including expert evaluation of cargo packaging for air carriage.The second area will be the provision of a wide range of door-to-door delivery services. Integrated air charter transportation for outsize and project cargo will be arranged using the Group’s own fleet of AN-124 and IL-76TD-90CD freight aircraft and, where necessary, airplanes of third party operators, such as smaller AN-26. Scheduled and charter cargo services will be operated by B747 freighters using the route network of AirBridgeCargo and partner airlines. ILC will deal with arranging multimodal logistics packages, including land and sea transport, as well as providing assistance with customs clearance and insurance.According to the project coordinator, Konstantin Vekchine, implementation of this business initiative will enable Volga-Dnepr to essentially expand its niche in the transport and logistic market. He said: “These services will involve the use of all-inclusive logistics and engineering approaches, including in-house developments to meet the full requirements of our customers. As the key markets for integrated logistics services are situated in the USA and Europe, ILC will be based at the Volga-Dnepr UK headquarters at London Stansted. ILC will also concentrate on promoting its services in Russia, taking into account the dynamically growing transport needs of the Russian market.
Designed by Finland headquartered Konecranes and assembled in Nantong, China, each crane can reach across vessels 22 teu wide, and can lift up to 65-tonnes to a height of 41.5 m above deck. Each unit weighs 1,388 tonnes and measures 132 m wide by 56.4 m tall. Heavy lift shipping specialist Dockwise delivered the cranes from China to the US gateway onboard its vessel Teal.The gateway now boasts 25 electric-powered container cranes – the most of any single terminal in the US, says terminal owner and operator Georgia Ports Authority (GPA).The arrival of the new super post-Panamax cranes fulfills an order placed by GPA with Konecranes during 2011. Port officials said the improvements to its crane fleet demonstrate GPA’s commitment to expand capacity, provide growth opportunities and to deliver greater flexibility to meet customer needs.”These new super post-Panamax cranes further enhance the cargo handling efficiency at the fourth-busiest container terminal in the nation,” said GPA executive director, Curtis Foltz.The GPA fleet now consists of nine post-Panamax cranes (accommodating the largest vessels capable of transiting the Panama Canal); and 16 super post-Panamax cranes, for vessels too large to transit Panama.”Combined with the largest single container terminal in North America and two Class I railroads on site, these cranes will make the customer experience even smoother,” Foltz addedwww.gaports.comwww.konecranes.comwww.dockwise.com
Koponen will be responsible for the Scandinavian and Baltic market. “With his background as manager of several renowned logistics companies and his extensive experience in the heavy lift business, [Koponen] will complement our existing range of services in special transports,” said managing director of EMS Log, Dominic Sleur.”With the opening of a branch office in Helsinki, we react to the rising demand of our customers,” said Manfred Müller, managing director of EMS Log and head of EMS-Fehn-Group.www.ems-log.de
Manufactured by Kamag to transport standard freight containers at logistics yards, the Wiesel serves to analyse and evaluate automated processes in the logistics supply chain, says Kamag. The vehicle will only be used on company grounds and will not be deployed in public spaces.Erik Wirsing, vice president global innovation at DB Schenker, said: “Digitalisation improves efficiency throughout the entire transportation ecosystem. The use of driverless transportation systems is already an important component of our logistics processes. The evaluation of the test phase will show how we integrate the system into our overland transportation system.”In the long term, the aim is to maximise the cost-effectiveness of automated swap-body vehicles and to match the turnaround time of vehicles manned by drivers. In comparison with regular swap-body transporters, potential benefits include reduced personnel costs and longer maintenance intervals.The automated operation of the Wiesel also reduces pollutant emissions and noise.Bernd Schwengsbier, managing director at Kamag, part of the TII Group, said: “The pilot project allows us to analyse the potential of the technology in specific everyday logistics applications. This will help us to further develop and improve the technology.”TII Group, which includes four specialist businesses – Scheuerle, Nicolas, TIIGER and Kamag, is one of the leading manufacturers of heavy load transport solutions. This first pilot project into the use of automated vehicles in the logistics supply chain could be indicative the company’s future plans.www.tii-group.comwww.kamag.comwww.dbschenker.com