In total, Hareket transported 7,408 tonnes of cargo, made up of 42 items of equipment including a gas turbine, steam turbine, generator, transformer and a heat recovery steam generator (HRSG), to the new plant, which is located in Nemengan province, 280 km east of Uzbekistan’s capital city, Tashkent. The heaviest unit was a 255-tonne transformer.There were significant challenges to the overland transport, which required cooperation from the Uzbekistan General Directorate of Highways. One of the challenges required Hareket to by-pass a direct route to the power plant via the Kamchik Tunnel due to its height restrictions.According to Hareket, the transport operation from the Kamchik Pass is the first heavy-duty operation in this region.Meanwhile, Hareket has also been working on the Cameroon Douala Japoma Stadium project, which is being built by Yenigün Construction and will be used during the Africa Cup of Nations football championship.At the project site, Hareket has been responsible for lifting steel materials, which have been shipped to Cameroon from Turkey. To lift the components, which vary in weights, Hareket has deployed mobile cranes with lifting capacities ranging from from 35 to 400 tonnes.The works, which started in February 2018, are planned to be completed by March 2019.www.hareket.comwww.yenigun.com
Ronnie Fox, principal, Fox Solicitors, London EC3 The 8 April Gazette contains the president’s invitation to submit suggestions as to how the Law Society could help solicitors. Here is mine. In the same issue the Gazette reports that more law firms are ignoring Law Society warnings about the dangers of taking out professional indemnity insurance (PII) policies with unrated insurers. The chief executive of the Society says that firms should consider the financial security of insurers. The fact is that few law firms are equipped to make a meaningful assessment of this kind. Solicitors are required to take out PII with a qualifying insurer – that is, an insurer which has entered into an agreement in such terms as the Law Society may prescribe. In my view the Society should take responsibility for assessing the financial strength of insurers and prescribe appropriate terms accordingly. The result would be to eliminate a source of worry for 10,000 firms of solicitors.
Share BusinessNewsRegional Guyana looking to establish gold refinery by: – April 16, 2018 Sharing is caring! Share GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — Guyana says it is considering the establishment of a refinery as part of the efforts to modernise the gold industry.Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman, said that representatives of a South African company will be in Guyana shortly, to conduct a feasibility study on the possibility of establishing the refinery.Trotman said that for years, the Guyana Gold Board (GGB) has been using the old method of refining gold and believes that the time has come to revolutionise the gold industry.“So, we are strongly looking at the possibility setting up a refinery, either through a public-private partnership or wholly through government.”He said that the visit of the team from South America is being facilitated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and that the GGB is already in receipt of a number of other plans for the refinery’s establishment.“We had looked at similar facilities in Suriname. We have received proposals from local business persons as well as far as Dubai, India, the US and Canada, so we are moving in the direction of modernising this industry,” Trotman said, adding that the time has come for the country to have its own refinery.He said that even if Guyana cannot refine all of its gold; it must be in a position to refine a substantial amount.Trotman said the GGB is also exploring the idea of producing commemorative coins and ingots which will be up for sale, “people could come and buy Guyanese gold as a Guyanese or if you are a citizen of Canada or the United States. It comes with a certificate and I believe this is where we are headed.”For several years, Guyana has used the traditional method of smelting gold. This has, however becoming worrying. Only recently there was a spike in the level of mercury emission in the air at the GGB laboratory. Share Tweet 28 Views no discussions
The lone wolf that captured the bronzemedal for the MVP team was Margarette Gem Obsequio, mentored by head coachDenmark Pinggol. Taekwondo jins from the Iloilo Mark V. Pinggol Gym stable. DENMARK PINGGOL Bagging home the gold medals for thestable were Phil Caleb Regalado, Chris Bernie Damaolao, Eduardo AdenicIII, Adrian Joseph Gajasan, Josiah Vonn Linga, Beatriz Santos, ElishaMiela Paradero, Andria Margaret Palabrica, Sheine Nicole de Asis, Josh KarlMacahilig, Red Dyron Lusaya, Mary Bernadette Algaria, Akimeh Demavivas, AnnaCordova, Marielle Faye Lagamio, Nina Pearl Acosta, and Anne Aquino. Meanwhile, Andrei Michael Ledesma,Johann Macanas, Dariel Andrei Talamor, Josef Marti Linga, Charee MarieGenecela, Jenella Ashley Tionko, and Alyanah Tionko settled for silver medalfinishes. ILOILO City – Taekwondo jins from theIloilo Mark V. Pingol (MVP) Gym have showcased their wares during the kyorugievent of the Dinagyang Invitational Taekwondo Championship on Saturday at theWestern Institute of Technology STS Gymnasium. The MVP team finished the one-daytaekwondo event as the first runner-up in the standings behind the tiedchampions Nicole Taekwondo Gym of Janiuay and RJT Gym of Pototan. “I am pleased with the way theyperformed here,” said Pinggol. “My taekwondo jins were able to keep in stepwith tough opponents in this competition. But they will still keep onimproving.”/PN
RELATED PHOTOS IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 The invitational championships are the final qualifying event for this summer’s world championships in Tokyo from Aug. 25 to Sept. 1.Eighteen-year-old Akira Sone won her third straight women’s over-78-kg championship, beating world champion Sara Asahina in extra time.Miku Tashiro, runner-up at last year’s worlds, took her second title and her first in four years by winning the women’s 63-kg division.Shoichiro Mukai claimed his second title in the men’s 90-kg division, while Rio Olympic bronze medalist Ryunosuke Haga won his first 100-kg title.Shori Hamada, the reigning women’s 78-kg champion, added this year’s invitational championship to her portfolio, while world bronze medalist Yoko Ono won the 70-kg division.Japan’s representatives for the worlds in the six men’s and women’s weight classes below the two heavyweight divisions will be decided after the championships wrap up on Sunday. FUKUOKA – Olympic silver medalist Hisayoshi Harasawa won the men’s over-100-kilogram title at the National Invitational Weight Class Championships on Saturday.Harasawa, runner-up at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games and a bronze medalist at last year’s worlds, triumphed at Fukuoka Kokusai Center, capturing his second championship, having also won in 2016. Harasawa defeated Kazuya Sato in extra time after referees penalized Sato three times. KEYWORDS GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Hisayoshi Harasawa battles Kazuya Sato in the men’s over-100-kg final at the National Invitational Weight Class Championships on Saturday at Fukuoka Kokusai Center. Harasawa won in extra time. | KYODO National Invitational Weight Class Championships, Hisayoshi Harasawa, Akira Sone, Kazuya Sato
Green’s even-par final round was just enough to secure the 22-year-old her first major and first LPGA title at 9-under, one shot in front of South Korea’s defending champion Park Sung Hyun.“I’m glad I was finally able to play my brand of golf,” Hataoka said after sinking a 10-meter birdie on her final hole.“My body and my swing were in good shape throughout the round, and I put my heart into an all-out attack. (From here on) I want to work on being able to make adjustments right away.”The three-time LPGA Tour winner is still looking to become the second Japanese to win a major after Hisako Higuchi, who won the LPGA Championship in 1977.After falling to 5-over on Saturday, Hataoka did not bother with the driving range, preferring instead to head to the nearby Mall of America to scream out her frustrations on the giant shopping mall’s rollercoasters.“I just let everything out,” she said.Though out of the hunt for the tournament title, the scream therapy apparently worked.Starting on the back nine due to expected inclement weather, the young Japanese birdied her second hole and then five of nine from the 15th onward to scrape her way into over $50,000 in prize money.Behind Green and Park, England’s Mel Reid closed with a 66 to snag third alongside American Nelly Korda at 6-under. Sakura Yokomine finished 60th at 7-over, failing to break par on any of the four days. RELATED PHOTOS CHASKA, MINNESOTA – A tournament-low final-day 65 from Nasa Hataoka rocketed her up the leaderboard Sunday, but it proved too little, too late as Australian Hannah Green won the Women’s PGA Championship title.Hataoka fired seven birdies in a bogey-free round at Hazeltine National Golf Club to land in a 2-under six-way tie for 14th, her 40-place Sunday improvement somewhat offsetting a disappointing first three days. KEYWORDS Nasa Hataoka takes a shot during the final round of the Women’s PGA Championship on Sunday at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota. | KYODO GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Women’s PGA Championship, Nasa Hataoka IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
KF Tirana manager Ndubuisi Egbo hopes to make yet another landmark in the Champions League and believes progress to the final qualifying round is possible.Ex-Super Eagles goalkeeper Egbo made history by becoming the first African to win a topflight title in Europe when he guided Tirana to the Albanian league title last season.He expanded the frontiers of history by becoming the first African to manage and win a match in the Champions League, guiding Tirana past Dinamo Tbilisi in the first qualifying round last Wednesday.The prize for their progress is a match up against former European Cup champions Crvena Zvezda in the second round on Tuesday, 25 August in Albania.It is a daunting prospect but Egbo is hopeful of continuing Tirana’s fairytale run in the competition.While he is in no doubt about the enormity of the task against the seasoned Champions League campaigners, Egbo believes Tirana could benefit from home advantage with the match taking place in Albania.“It will be a strong match against Crvena,” Egbo told a prematch conference.“We will approach Crvena Zvezda the same way we approached this game. We have it a little better since we are playing at home. Everything is possible if we give one hundred per cent.”Related
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OXFORD — Ole Miss and Mississippi State made the top 20 of the initial College Football Playoff rankings, which were released Tuesday evening.Ole Miss and Mississippi State were ranked in the top 20 of the initial College Football Playoff.The Rebels were No. 18, one spot ahead of their ranking in the AP Top 25 and Amway Coaches Poll, while the Bulldogs were No. 20 after being ranked No. 24 and No. 25 in those polls. Mississippi State debuted the College Football Playoff rankings at No. 1 last year.Clemson, LSU, Ohio State and Alabama comprised the top five of the College Football Playoff poll with Notre Dame and Baylor the next two teams.Florida (No. 10) and Texas A&M (No. 19) were the lone other Southeastern Conference teams to be ranked Tuesday evening.Contact Daniel Paulling at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @DanielPaulling on Twitter.
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