Drayton Valley and Calgary based Tucker Oilfield Hauling is a leading supplier of rigging, lifting and heavy haulage service to the energy industry. Richard Tucker, who established the business in 1994, and Cory Crosby who joined Tucker in 2011, will become investors in NCSG and remain with the business.”Cory and Dick have built a great business servicing their upstream, midstream and other customers in Western Canada and we are excited to be adding their deep expertise to our management team and welcome all of the highly skilled Tucker employees,” said Ted Redmond, president of NCSG. “Tucker broadens NCSG’s geographic presence into the Drayton Valley and Edson areas, enabling NCSG to provide local services to customers there and broaden the services Tucker currently offers to include crane and ultra-heavy haul.”Crosby added: “With access to NCSG’s team of 700 employees and NCSG’s fleet of over 285 cranes, 235 lines of hydraulic platform trailers, 300 conventional trailers and specialised rigging services such as jack and slide and hydraulic gantries, Tucker will be able to take on larger projects/maintenance jobs and meet even more of our customers’ rigging, lifting and heavy haul needs.”www.ncsg.comwww.tuckeroilfieldhauling.com
An automatic extension will be put in place on all products that have unused rides and this will be in place until Wednesday September 30. Golden Arrow Bus Services has announced the extention of the validity of their weekly and monthly pre-paid products.An automatic extension will be put in place on all products that have unused rides and this will be in place until Wednesday September 30.The company said this will ensure that all passengers, including scholars who are in possession of pre-paid products, will still be able to make use of their unused rides until the end of September.General Manager, Derick Meyer, said: “Golden Arrow remains accutely aware that many of our passengers are facing very tough times. In order to ease this burden, we will once again be extending the validity of our weekly and monthly pre-paid products. An automatic extension will be put in place in all products that have unused drives.”Anyone experiencing any issues with the extension can contact 0800 656463 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
INDIA: A memorandum of understanding agreeing to undertake a joint feasibility study for a Mumbai – Ahmedabad high speed line was signed by the Ministry of Railways and Japan International Cooperation Agency on October 7.Expected to cost Rs630bn, the line would be around 540 km long and suitable for speeds of 300 to 350 km/h. This could cut journey times to around 3 h, compared to 8 h on the current 492 km route. In May the Indian and Japanese prime ministers agreed to an equal split of the cost of the ¥500m study, which is expected to take 18 months. Consultants are to be invited to tender shortly, with the aim of work getting underway by the end of the year. The scope would include traffic forecasts, alignment surveys and comparisons of possible technologies. A joint monitoring committee is to be established, comprising representatives of the Indian and Japanese government bodies.
SWITZERLAND: Zentralbahn signed a SFr53m contract on September 22 for Stadler Rail to supply five more Fink metre-gauge electric multiple-units. Under the deal signed by ZB Managing Director Renato Fasciati and Stadler Rail Group CEO Peter Spuhler, the three-car rack EMUs are to be delivered in late 2016. They will replace older locomotive-hauled stock and EMUs used on Luzern S-Bahn services S44 and S55 to Stans and Sachseln. The Class ABeh 160 EMUs will be identical to the six Fink units previously supplied to ZB. These have low-floor entrances, wide doors for rapid boarding, air-conditioning and panoramic windows. Zentralbahn also operates four Stadler seven-car Adler EMUs on its main line services between Luzern and Interlaken, as well as on some services to Engelberg.
Police spokesman inspector John Carbon has revealed that an investigation has been launched into the death of a Canadian national.Mr. Carbon’s report indicates that fifty year old Russel Southgate of Calgary Canada was a frequent visitor to the island.He was in the company of his girlfriend and two other friends bathing on the beach at Batiboo beach in Woodfordhill on December 13, 2012 about 1:15pm.According to his girlfriend, Russel encountered difficulty while in the water and at the time he was away from the rest of them.By the time they rendered assistance he was unconscious. They sought help and the body was transported to the Marigot Hospital by the Fire and Ambulance Services and upon arrival was pronounced dead by a medical practitioner.The body was transported to the Princess Margaret Hospital Mortuary pending post mortem examination to determine the cause of death.Dominica Vibes News 49 Views one comment Sharing is caring! Tweet Share Share LocalNews Police probe death of tourist at Batiboo beach by: – December 20, 2012 Share
Share Tweet Photo compliments Dr Lennox HonychurchFormer senator, Swanston Suriton Carbon, will be afforded an official funeral on Saturday, September 13, 2014, a government press release indicates.Mr Carbon, 68, died on August 31, 2014 at the Princess Margaret Hospital.The Government of Dominica has declared Saturday, September 13, 2014 an official day of mourning as a mark of respect for Mr Carbon, who was a former deputy speaker of the House of Assembly. The Dominican flag will be flown at half-staff on all public buildings in the State on the day of mourning.On July 16, 1990 Swanston Carbon was elected to serve as Deputy – Speaker of the House of Assembly a position which he held till May 15, 1995. Following the Dominica Freedom Party’s landslide election victory in the 1980 general elections, Swanston Carbon was appointed a Government Senator on July 30, 1980. He was re-appointed Senator on July 22, 1985 and again on June 1, 1990. In the 2000 general elections, Mr Carbon was a candidate for the Dominica Freedom Party in the Roseau South Constituency. He served on the Roseau City Council from 1978 to 1985. Up until the time of his death he was an executive member of the Dominica Freedom Party. In his younger days he was an ardent member of the JAYCEES Club.Swanston Carbon was born in Glanvillia, Portsmouth on September 6, 1945 and lived in the community of Wallhouse for a number of years. He was the owner and Managing Director of Carbon Refrigeration Services Ltd and leaves to mourn his wife Corinthia and children Stonneal, Armsby, Lennard, Lisa-Marie and Kitwanie. President Charles Savarin and First Lady Clara Savarin, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit and Mrs Skerrit, Cabinet members, Speaker of the House of Assembly, members of Parliament, members of the Diplomatic Corps and other Government Officials are expected to attend the Official Funeral.Public viewing shall be from 2:00pm at Our Lady of Fatima Parish Church in Newtown. The Official Funeral Service will commence at 3:00pm. The late Swanston Carbon will be laid to rest at Roseau Roman Catholic Cemetery.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews Official Funeral & Day of Mourning for former senator by: – September 10, 2014 119 Views no discussions Share Share Sharing is caring!
LocalNews Dominica Fisheries to ratify Fisheries Legislation by: – March 29, 2019 Sharing is caring! Senior Fisheries officer of Dominica Fisheries, Julian Defoe says that the Dominica Fisheries seeks to ratify the fisheries legislation.At a conference with the Ministry of Agriculture, Foods and Fisheries, Defoe said that enactment of the legislation will contribute to sustaining a healthy fisheries environment as well as maintain food-health and food safety.He further mentioned that he the fisheries aims to have food-safety as a standard operating procedure, which will in turn contribute to safe food-handling.“Every single Dominica should have fair access to a good quality product and have no food safety fear. It will be good for the hotel industry, it will be good for the consumers”Defoe also spoke on the fisheries rehabilitation project which is well on its way, and will be valued over Fifteen Million Eastern Caribbean Dollars (EC$15,000,000). He stated that as part of the project, the fisheries plans to implement a modern laboratory which can be shared with other sectors, as well as environmentally friendly equipment.Defoe made it clear that the physical structure of the fisheries sector is not the only aspect on which focus is being placed but also, the internal structure of the sector. Tweet 254 Views no discussions Share Share Share
This video is a follow on from Stuart’s video on the 15 GHz Point to point GaN MMIC PA. In this talk Tony puts a complex modulation scheme through the GaN PA and simulates distortion, eye-diagrams & EVM etc. using MATLAB.
Anokiwave and ATE Systems have announced the development of a multi-port mmW test station for characterization of their portfolio of Silicon Core IC solutions. Anokiwave selected ATE Systems to develop this unique test capability that features fully automated calibration for scalar power, s- parameter, and noise figure measurements for devices having up to 14 RF ports over temperature, as a solution to the complex test requirements of the highly integrated, multi-function ICs.Multiport full vector analysis is critical for testing our complex multi-channel Core ICs. Anokiwave’s Core IC solutions can revolutionize multiple markets with affordable AESA solutions. This mmW market revolution requires test systems that provide the highest levels of performance with reduced test time and unprecedented cost savings. The Anokiwave and ATE Systems are poised to embrace this market shift.Providing a new and unique approach to multi-port RF testing, the ATE Systems AD01800 test station, capable of mmW testing up to 40 GHz, enhances test accuracy and productivity. The system connects directly to a network analyzer, manages the complex signal routing and calibration of the RF ports, thus providing a significant reduction in both calibration and test times. The new capability allows Anokiwave to quickly characterize the ICs as well as run pilot-production test from its mmW laboratory.
Filipino mixed martial arts fighter Joshua Pacio will fight Japanese Yosuke Saruta tonight at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City. ONE FC MANILA – Filipino mixed martial arts fighter Joshua Pacio hopes to regain the ONE Championship strawweight belt when he battles Japanese Yosuke Saruta tonight at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.The 23-year-old fighter lost hold of the ONE world championship following a split decision defeat at the hands of Saruta in their first encounter last January in Jakarta, Indonesia.Pacio, a Baguio City native, admitted that he was still stunned with his defeat to Saruta in their first encounter and very much motivated to get his revenge on the Japanese fighter to reclaim the belt.“I have prepared hard for this rematch and hopefully I could get the championship back to our country,” Pacio said. “Our fight encounter was a close match and it could have gone either way.” He added: “I was a bit caught off guard the last time we faced each other and out of focus but I’m more focused and more confident this time around. I’m not going to hesitate this time and I will stick to our game plan.”Pacio, who is fighting out of the Benguet-based Team Lakay, will be entering the ring with 13-3 win-loss record, while the veteran Saruta will parade a 19-8-3 win-loss-draw card.Aside from Pacio, also taking part in the Manila card is Eric Kelly, who is facing South Korea’s Kwon Won Il./PN