Fairline hosts VIP customer event at Palma International Boat Show 2015   

Photo

Fairline South Mallorca and Fairline North Mallorca will be on hand throughout the show to welcome prospective and existing customers onto the stand and enjoy their hospitality.

The two Fairline dealerships shall be hosting a VIP wine tasting event for all Fairline owners and customers. This will be held on Friday 1st May, from 6pm to 8pm, and all in attendance shall be invited to enjoy some fabulous Mallorcan wines coupled with delicious canapés throughout the evening.

They will be exhibiting four privately-owned boats from the current model range at this year’s show, including the ever popular Targa 38, and a 2014 Targa 48 and Targa 50. Customers will also be able to find out the latest information on the new 53ft project, ahead of the official launch of the Targa 53 GT in September. The Fairline stand will include a comfortable seating area where Fairline customers can relax and enjoy refreshments from the bar. 

Colin Sykes, CEO of Fairline Boats, said of this year´s Palma International Boat Show: “We are excited for the forthcoming Palma boat show, marking the start of the Mediterranean boating season. Mallorca is a very important region for us particularly as we embark on delivery of the new 53ft project throughout the next 12 months; We are very proud of the local dealers who do a fantastic job of serving the area, looking after a multitude of Fairline owners, who all enjoy spending their leisure time on the beautiful Island of Mallorca.”


          Fairline announces new dealer for the South Coast of the UK   

Photo

This progresses an already strong relationship between the two businesses and will ensure that Fairline customers continue to receive the best service across the South Coast, seven days a week. Bates Wharf Marine Sales Ltd is a fifth-generation family business, established over 100 years ago.

Bates Wharf Marine Sales Ltd will operate the Fairline Southampton offices and berths as well as continuing to represent Fairline from its offices in Poole, Chertsey and Eastbourne. The state of the art facilities owned by Bates Wharf Marine Sales Ltd in Chertsey, Surrey will be known as Fairline London and offer customers the largest indoor showroom on the River Thames and a 100-berth marina. This location also benefits from convenient transport links into London.

These South Coast dealerships strengthen Fairline’s current UK representation that includes Fairline Wales and Fairline Channel Islands, ensuring customers find their perfect Fairline.

Douglas Culverwell, Regional Sales Director for Europe at Fairline Boats, commented: “This is exciting news for Fairline and ensures we maintain key coverage across the South Coast of the UK. Richard Bates and his team have a wealth of marine experience which our customers can really benefit from.”

Richard Bates, Managing Director at Bates Wharf Marine Sales, commented: “We are delighted to be representing Fairline across the South Coast. We are a family business and are passionate about selling boats and offering first-class customer service. We have a fantastic working relationship with Fairline and it is a real honour to be working with such a prestigious British brand. We look forward to exciting times ahead!”

Colin Sykes, CEO at Fairline Boats, commented: “We are extremely pleased to have Bates Wharf Marine Sales representing us in this key boating region of the United Kingdom and look forward to sharing the continued success of our brand in partnership with Bates Wharf. We are currently working on other regional appointments and expect these will fit well with this partnership.”  


          Fairline responds to customer demand with new Squadron 78 hard top   

Photo

The Squadron 78 CUSTOM is now available with an integrated fixed flybridge hard top surrounding an electric retractable canvas roof. The new roof brings a permanent structure to the already commanding flybridge, with large sunbathing area and plenty of space for open-air entertaining.

The new hard top model recently concluded sea trials at Fairline’s test facility in Ipswich. The first boat has already been handed over to her new owner and the second left the test facility last week.  

Kevin Gaskell, CEO Fairline Boats, comments: “We are very excited to be launching a hard top version of the Squadron 78 CUSTOM, a model that has proved to be the most successful in its category. We have always sought ways to adapt our range to the needs of our customers and work closely with them to create high-end motor yachts that are truly unique. The Squadron 78 CUSTOM is a great example of this, as our most bespoke and customised Fairline boat ever. The new roof makes this world-beating luxurious boat even more suited to comfortable entertaining in the sunshine.”

Fairline celebrated the launch of the 100th Squadron 78 model earlier this year at the London Boat Show. The original Squadron 78 was first unveiled to the world in 2003 at a prestigious event near the Tower of London. Since then, it has gone from strength to strength, becoming one of Fairline’s most successful and iconic luxury motor yachts with a very loyal following. Over 10,000 individual customisations have been undertaken across all 100 Squadron 78s.


          Fairline exhibits best of British across the globe   

Photo

The Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami saw Fairline’s new Targa 48 OPEN make its highly anticipated US debut. The beautiful sports cruiser was unveiled from beneath a huge union flag during the launch, showcasing British design and manufacturing at its very best. The first of three models in the brand’s new 48ft range, the Targa 48 OPEN is created at Fairline’s state-of-the-art £2.6m manufacturing facility in Corby, using the latest technologies and industry-leading production systems.

Fairline also exhibited two models from the iconic new 48ft range in Istanbul, during the CNR International Eurasia Boat Show at the end of the month. The world’s second biggest boat and yacht exhibition on land, the show typically attracts over 1,000 high-quality brands. The stylish Targa 48 OPEN and Squadron 48 were admired by visitors from all over Europe, Asia and the Middle East, alongside four other models from the Fairline range. The show saw a healthy level of sales, with the final total exceeding last year’s figures.  

Kevin Gaskell, CEO of Fairline, commented: “We are proud to be showcasing the very best of British craftsmanship, manufactured right here in Corby and Oundle, across the world. The response from the US audience to the debut of the Targa 48 OPEN was very positive and visitors to the show in Istanbul admired our two 48ft models in particular. The year ahead promises to be an exciting one for Fairline, with planned attendance at boat shows in China, Japan, Australia, South Africa and across Europe. The success of these boats on a global platform is down to our talented British designers and factory teams in Oundle, without whom we wouldn’t have the outstanding boats to showcase.”


          2014 marks landmark year for Fairline boatbuilders   

Photo

23 members of staff working across the Fairline factories will reach the quarter century milestone in the months ahead – the highest number in one year to date. Recruited in 1989, these loyal employees joined the company just four years after the launch of the very first Targa model and two years before the debut of the now renowned Squadron series.

One such employee is Line Manager Gary Stanford, who started out working on the production moulds at Fairline. Gary will celebrate his 25th anniversary on 6th February 2014.

Commenting on reaching the milestone, Gary said: “It’s a great feeling to have worked at Fairline for so long. One of the best things about working here is the pride we take in watching our high quality motor yachts roll out of the door. If you look at any of our boats you can see the time, effort and craftsmanship that goes into each one. 

“I’ve got some great memories of my time here, including working on the ‘old’ Squadron 58. We managed to get the turnaround time down to eight days and production ran like clockwork. It was long hours and hard work but it was all worth it when you saw the finished boat.”

Kevin Gaskell, CEO of Fairline Boats, commented: “2014 looks to be an exciting year for Fairline Boats and our employees. For 23 members of the team to reach the 25 year mark is an incredible testament to the passion and dedication of our talented workforce. We hope to see many more of our craftsmen reach this milestone in the years ahead.”

To acknowledge 25 years of loyal service, members of staff can choose a gift and flowers are also sent to their spouses or partners. Family members will also be invited to a special presentation, where the achievement will be formally recognised.


          Recruitment drive to meet high demand for luxury British boats   

Photo

A constant stream of visitors at the London Boat Show earlier in the month saw the continuation of an upward sales trend for Fairline, with sales figures exceeding the previous year and strong forward order books now extending into late 2014 for some models. 

The introduction of the brand’s new 48ft range has contributed to the recent increase in demand. Powered by Volvo IPS, Fairline’s three 48ft models are manufactured at Fairline’s state-of-the-art facility in Corby, using the latest technology and production systems. All three new models feature a dynamic new hull, significant weight savings and an array of available options to ensure each model is perfectly suited to different markets.

The third model in this range – the Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO – recently made its world debut at the London Boat Show, where it was displayed alongside the Squadron 48 and the Targa 48 OPEN. The boat features a stunning retractable hard top offering an ‘open, even when closed’ feel and intelligent space-saving innovations engineered throughout the boat.

Kevin Gaskell, CEO of Fairline, commented: “We are delighted with the success we enjoyed at this year’s London Boat Show and would like to thank our teams in Oundle and Corby for all their hard work in producing such beautiful boats. Sales were excellent at the show, showing a strong growth over last year and our impressive stand was busy with visitors throughout the show. As a result of this excellent news, we are delighted to be recruiting for roles across the factory and have been able to approach previous employees. We are all very excited about what the future holds for Fairline.”


          Fairline Boats celebrates 100th Squadron 78 milestone   

Photo

The original Squadron 78 was first unveiled to the world in 2003 at a prestigious event near the Tower of London. Since then, it has gone from strength to strength, becoming one of Fairline’s most successful and iconic luxury motor yachts with a very loyal following.

Kevin Gaskell, CEO Fairline Boats, comments: “We are incredibly proud of the fact that the Squadron 78 is now in its 12th year of production, which demonstrates the strength and appeal of its design and build quality. Our teams work tirelessly to ensure that every Squadron 78 is crafted to the owner’s exacting requirements, creating beautifully customised and bespoke luxury motor yachts.”

The 100th build of the Squadron 78 follows the recent launch of its most customised model ever, a Squadron 78 CUSTOM called MATCH 2.  This was one of the Fairline Yacht Division’s most exciting and challenging build projects to-date with almost 400 custom items. MATCH 2 was the owner’s fifth Fairline and his second Squadron 78.

James Powell, Fairline Yacht Division EMEA, commented: “When we launched the Squadron 78 in 2003 we knew we had created a world-beating luxury boat.  We have always enjoyed working closely with our customers to create high-end motor yachts that are truly unique. The entire team are incredibly proud of what we have achieved and we are very much looking forward to working with the future owners of new Squadron 78s.” 

Comments Kevin Gaskell: “The combination of great sea-keeping, the highest build quality, customisation and strong residual value underlines the Squadron 78 as a market leader and will continue to do so well into the future.”

Top statistics about the Squadron 78:
• The total value of all the Squadron 78s sold to date is over £150million
• If you laid all the 100 Squadron 78s out in a line they would be the equivalent of 1.5 miles in length – that’s 1.5 miles of refined luxury motor yacht!
• A total of 1,942,200 man hours to build all 100 Squadron 78s
• Over 10,000 customisations have been undertaken across all 100 Squadron 78s – making it the most bespoke and customised Fairline boat ever
• Over 160,000 man hours to undertake those customisations
• 7,300 square metres of teak used
• 10,600 square metres of luxury carpet
• 558 tonnes of Coremat fibreglass with 1,200 tonnes of resin


          The Targa 48 OPEN is coming… First model leaves the factory   

Photo

The new motor yacht is the first of three 48 foot models being launched in the next six months, and is set to become another iconic model from the range. The Targa 48 OPEN was created in Fairline’s new £2.6m Corby facility using the latest technology and features a dynamic new hull, as well as significant weight savings that clearly set it apart from the competition.

Fairline’s global network of dealers was given a sneak preview of the new model at the Corby facility last week as part of a two-day business conference. During the event, CEO Alistair Schofield highlighted the company’s return to profit and the dealers were given a tour of the new facility – with unanimous feedback about how exceptional the facility was, and praise for the changes that have taken place in all areas of production, customer service and sales.

A truly elegant sports cruiser, the Targa 48 OPEN showcases Fairline at its very best, with lots of open spaces, ingenious features, a sleek profile, and a stunning new interior, with beautiful touches including leather wrapped drawers and composite stone floors.

The Targa 48 OPEN is a very exciting model for Fairline Boats and is already forward sold until the end of 2014. She will be closely followed by the launch of the Squadron 48 at the 2013 PSP Southampton Boat Show, and the Targa 48 GRAN TURISMO at the Tullett Prebon London Boat Show in 2014.


          Fairline implements manufacturing change programme   

Photo

The significant changes see Fairline move from eight single model lines to three mixed model lines, as well as create dedicated centres of excellence for moulding and furniture production – creating a roadmap for sustained growth of this iconic British brand.

The changes will enable Fairline to achieve greater flexibility in its production processes and will drive higher levels of labour productivity and materials utilisation. The new programme will improve even further the fastidious build quality that Fairline is, justifiably, renowned for.

Alistair Schofield, CEO at Fairline Boats commented: “As a brand, we have reacted dynamically to the challenging economic environment and moved the business forward significantly over the last year. We have invested in our manufacturing facilities to create more flexibility in our production system, including the creation of a dedicated centre for excellence for furniture production, which is based on greater utilisation of CNC production technology.

“We recognise that investment in technology will improve our efficiencies, but throughout the development of this programme we have also remained relentlessly focused on the importance of retaining the high quality standards that Fairline is renowned for and ensuring this change has a positive impact on the already very high build quality of the boats we produce. We are delighted with the results of the programme and the benefits this will offer us, our dealer network and our customers for our 2013 model year.”

The trio of new 48-foot models will all be manufactured utilising the revised manufacturing facilities. The Targa 48 OPEN, the first in the range, will make its world debut in summer 2013.

Fairline Boats manufactures luxury motor yachts from 38-78ft in two distinct ranges, Targa and Squadron.


          R’ Aaron Kotler to Appear on Next Headlines Radio Show   
Matzav


The upcoming show will feature guest R’ Aaron Kotler, CEO of Beth Medrash Govoha, discussing the​ topic on protecting ourselves​ in regard to the current tensions facing the Lakewood community and what we, as a community, need to do on a personal and collective level to protect ourselves going forward.


          Radically Distinct Radio with Jenn Morgan - Be Your Most Powerful Brand: The RAD Method: Pillar 2, Perception: Becoming A Better CEO of Your Life & Business   
HostThis month on Radically Distinct Radio, Dr. Pat and Jenn Morgan discuss the second pillar of The RAD Method: Perception. Tune in to learn why perception is the key to making the law of attraction work, winning people over to your point of view, and becoming a better CEO of your life, career and business.
          Radically Distinct Radio with Jenn Morgan - Be Your Most Powerful Brand: Radically Distinct Perception: How To Be A Better CEO of Your Life, Career & Business   
EpisodeThis month on Radically Distinct Radio, Dr. Pat and Jenn Morgan discuss the second pillar of The RAD Method: Perception.    Tune in to learn why perception is key to making the law of attraction work, winning people over to your point of view, and becoming a better CEO of your life, career and business.
          Has the Government's Welcome Home Loan scheme under-performed because of banks' relaxed credit policies?   

By Gareth Vaughan

Housing New Zealand's Welcome Home Loan scheme has not grown as the Government wanted it to.

We've had senior government ministers eagerly promote it, and a bank CEO extolling its virtues to participating lenders by pointing out; "It really carries no risk on our balance sheet because it's all government guaranteed."

The ministers were John Key and Nick Smith, and the CEO quoted above is SBS Bank's Shaun Drylie.

Housing NZ says, as of May 31 this year, it was "at risk" for 6,650 loans through Welcome Home Loan, with an original value of $1.469 billion. That's 150 less loans than the 6,800 - with an original loan value of $1.335 billion - at June 30, 2013. The drop, Housing NZ says, is because more loans have been repaid than taken on.

June 2013 is just before the Reserve Bank restrictions on banks' high loan to value ratio (LVR) residential mortgage lending were unveiled. Welcome Home Loans are excluded fom the Reserve Bank's LVR restrictions.

The Welcome Home Loan scheme launched in July 2003 as a two year pilot project with Kiwibank, known as “In Reach.” In July 2005, the scheme was opened to other lenders, and branded “Welcome Home Loan.” Eight lenders are actively using the Housing New Zealand scheme today. These are SBS, Kiwibank, Westpac, The Co-operative Bank, TSB Bank, NZCU Baywide, the Nelson Building Society, and the New Zealand Employees' Credit Union. 

As Housing NZ puts it; "Welcome Home Loan is offered by lenders, supported by Housing New Zealand, and, designed for first-home buyers who can afford to make regular repayments on a home loan, but have trouble saving for a large deposit. With Welcome Home Loan you only need a 10% deposit, not a 20% deposit as required by most lenders. Housing New Zealand does not issue the loan. This is done through normal lenders such as selected banks and credit unions. Housing New Zealand underwrites the loan for the lender [through lenders' mortgage insurance]. Individual applicants are required to meet the lender’s specific lending criteria. Income and house price caps apply."

'Trebling the number of loans'

Prior to the launch of the LVR restrictions, the Welcome Home Loan scheme had been going backwards. During the June 2013 year, Housing NZ settled 845 new loans, down from 1,358 the previous year.

The Reserve Bank announced on August 20, 2013 that high LVR restrictions would kick-in from October 1 that year, limiting lending to borrowers with deposits of less than 20%. Following that move the Welcome Home Loan scheme appeared, unsurprisingly, to gain in popularity given low equity loans made through the scheme are excluded from the Reserve Bank's restrictions.

Announcing Co-operative Bank's signing up to the scheme in April 2014, Building and Housing Minister Nick Smith said; "I am encouraging other banks to also join the scheme. I want as many New Zealanders as possible to have access to this Government assistance to buy their first home." At that stage ASB said its membership to the Welcome Home Loan Scheme was "currently under consideration." However three years on ASB hasn't joined, with a spokeswoman saying no decisions have been made to apply for entry. A Housing NZ spokesman said no applications from lenders wanting to join the scheme are currently under consideration.

Smith's comments came after Prime Minister John Key announced on August 11, 2013, a week before the Reserve Bank publicly unveiled its LVR move; “We will also expand the [Welcome Home Loan] scheme to treble the number of loans from about 850 loans a year to 2,500 a year."

Both in August 2013 and again in July last year as the Reserve Bank changed the LVR restrictions, Smith announced increases in house price caps for the scheme. In a rising property market, they have gone from $350,000 in Auckland, for example, to $600,000 for an existing house and $650,000 for a new one.

As it sought to "screw the scrum in favour of first home buyers," the Government also aligned the scheme's income caps with those of the KiwiSaver HomeStart scheme at $85,000 for a single person and $130,000 for a couple.

In November 2015 Smith said; "The 287 Welcome Home Loans issued for this latest quarter is also a record and shows how this programme, combined with HomeStart, is assisting families into home ownership."

'A relaxation of lenders' credit policies'

But that hasn't continued, with the 2,500 a year target looking a pipe dream. So what's going on?

Housing NZ's latest annual report, for the year to June 2016, says; "Uptake for Welcome Home Loans was lower than expected due to a relaxation of lenders' credit policies, allowing the provision of standard bank loans, rather than a Welcome Home Loan. This meant banks in the scheme did not have to draw on this product as much as in the past. Monthly demand for the Welcome Home Loan was steady over the year, but was around 10% lower than the previous year." 

Interestingly in its Financial Stability Report last month the Reserve Bank said; "Some banks have tightened lending standards over the past six months [See chart below]. In particular, banks are being more selective about their lending for residential property developments as capacity constraints in the construction industry and rising costs have contributed to increased credit risk in the sector."

The Welcome Home Loan insurance premium is 2.2% of the loan value, of which 1% is paid by the borrower and 1.2% by the Government. The Mortgage Insurance Scheme is assessed, by an actuary, three times a year to ensure the mortgage insurance liability is sufficient to cover any future claims, Housing NZ says. As of June 30 last year the total estimated liability was $29 million. At that point 40% of the original value of settled loans was with Kiwibank.

*This article was first published in our email for paying subscribers early on Tuesday morning. See here for more details and how to subscribe.


          Interview with an Expert: a Brief Guide to Replacements and Repairs   

Sometimes you just need the basic information about your system, without a lot of extra fuss. Today we spoke to Chris Strand, the CEO of Stan’s Heating and Cooling here in Austin, Texas, for a no-frills guide to residential heating and air conditioning replacements and repairs. We covered everything from what to expect from your contractor, to how much to Continue Reading

The post Interview with an Expert: a Brief Guide to Replacements and Repairs appeared first on Modernize.


          Uber employees petition Kalanick to stay and lead the company   
A section of Uber employees has criticized the board’s self interest and short-sightedness and have asked it to ensure that former CEO Travis Kalanick makes a return to the ride-hailing firm. A petition towards the same has already been circulated among the employees and forwarded tot he company’s board. The letter hosts around 1,100 signs. That is a […]
          Former Uber CEO knew Levandowski stole Waymo’s internal secrets, ahead of Otto acquisition   
The veil of controversy still continues to engulf Uber and the situation, honestly, continues to slip away from the ride-hailing giant’s grip. On the heels of the revelation that the company’s big-time investors have ousted founder Travis Kalanick from his chief executive role, an extremely demeaning evidence of Uber having knowledge of Waymo’s secrets being […]
          One of Uber’s earliest backers Bill Gurley, is resigning from its board   
And just like that, Uber continues losing top executives. A day after Founder-CEO Travis Kalanick announced his departure from the firm, board member Bill Gurley is also calling it quits. Apart from being a board member at the ride hailing firm, Gurley is also one of the company’s earliest backers a representative of venture capital […]
          Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigns   
Earlier this month, Uber founder and chief executive Travis Kalanick decided to take an indefinite leave of absence from the ride-hailing giant. But, fresh reports flooding the interwebs now suggest that Kalanick has resigned as the C.E.O when the company is caught amid a series of controversies that’ve been steadily unraveling over the past few […]
          [UPDATE : Travis Kalanick leaves] Uber’s SVP of Business Emil Michael is leaving the company   
One of Uber’s top executives and CEO Travis Kalanick’s closest aid Emil Michael, has decided to leave the company. This is according to a report from Recode, which has proven to be pretty reliable where Uber is concerned. Interestingly, this also follows our report that Michael would be leaving the firm. Apparently, the departure comes as a […]
          Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has taken a leave of absence, here are the other key recommendations   
Validating all the rumors that have been swirling around his impending departure, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has announced a temporary leave of absence from the cab aggregator. The leave could be read many ways. While some say it is because of the great personal tragedy that struck the Kalanick family last month, others attribute it […]
          Uber board may ask CEO Kalanick to take leave of absence, pressure CBO to resign   
As per reports coming in from various quarters, Uber may be looking at some significant shake-ups in its hierarchy. Reports stating that CEO Travis Kalanick may take a leave of absence while his top aid, Emil Michael may resign are also circulating. It should be remembered that Emil Michael is also the Chief Business Officer […]
          E-mail Kalanick wrote to employees in 2013 could spell trouble for Uber   
Uber has had better times. Definitely. Things have not been at their best for the company and now, something has come up that could spell fresh trouble for the world’s most valuable startup. A 2013 letter has been obtained by Recode, that shows CEO Travis Kalanick joking with his employees about some totally inappropriate and […]
          Uber hires Harvard Business School professor to help curb its leadership problems   
Ever since allegations of workplace sexual harassment against Uber surfaced online, the ride-hailing giant has been plagued with the dilemma of sorting out its leadership and how it acts. Earlier in March, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick declared he was looking for leadership support to assist his decisions and has today announced that they’ve found the […]
          Apple says iPhone sales reach 1 million target   

Just a week after slashing the price of its iconic device iPhone by a third, Apple announced Monday that it has reached its goal of selling 1 million cellphones almost three weeks ahead of schedule.

The milestone came 74 days after Apple launched the device in a much hyped way. Officials of the Silicon Valley company earlier had forecast that iPhone sales would hit the 1 million mark by theend of this month.

"It took almost two years to achieve this milestone with iPod," Apple CEO Steve Jobs said in a statement, referring to the company's digital music player, which has become a popular culture phenomena in the United States since it hit the market six years ago.

some iPhone Hacks here


          Uber’s new autonomous trucks get total upgrade amid Waymo lawsuit   
Uber has a new fleet of autonomous trucks, deploying a new version of self-driving hardware and sensors that won’t be impacted by the ongoing legal battle with Alphabet’s Waymo. Though the company may be best-known for its passenger ridesharing service – or, more recently, most infamously for its controversial former CEO – Uber has also been working on modernizing haulage, … Continue reading
          Schenck Process kauft Screenex   
Screenex wurde im Jahr 1983 gegründet und ist laut Schenck Process in Australien führender Hersteller von Siebbelägen und verwandten Produkten für Schwingmaschinen und bietet unter anderem Lösungen für Minen- und Heavy-Anwendungen an. Dr. Jochen Weyrauch, President & CEO von Schenck Process, kommentierte die Akquisition: „Unsere Kunden können nun ihre kompletten Schwingmaschinen, inklusive der Siebbeläge, aus einer Hand
          New Investments Announced for Waterfront Toronto   
The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, the Premier of Ontario, Kathleen Wynne, and Mayor of the City of Toronto, John Tory, joined Waterfront Toronto CEO Will Fleissig earlier this week to announce joint funding of $1.185 billion for Waterfront Toronto. The Government of Canada will contribute up to $384 million to this project, and […]
          Boeing Chief Meets With Trump About Air Force One, Fighter Costs    
The Boeing Company's CEO Tuesday had a second face-to-face meeting with President-elect Donald Trump to talk jet prices. Boeing's Dennis Muilenburg said they discussed a multi-billion dollar contract to replace the aging Air Force One jumbo jets and about new fighter jets for the military.
          My Health, Your Health w/ Mr. Jimmy Lee & Guest   
Information, products and topics aired, broadcasted and talked about on this show are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.  Please check with your doctor and/or licensed physician. Call-In Number: 347-843-4559 Welcome to the Global Internet Radio Network of "My Health, Your Health" with Mr. Jimmy Lee.   The show, as its states, focuses on our health for today's world with solutions to better our health.   Come join Mr. Lee, Chairman/CEO of the Global International Management Company, LLC., located in the great State of Georgia online with one of the most ground breaking Internet Radio Shows addressing improving our health.  Mr. Lee will bring you relevant health topics and key and professionals in the health and wellness field that will share and discuss our health problems and the solutions to those health problems affecting our communities.   These topics will be insightful, researched and documented to bring you the best health care programming on the planet.   Mr. Lee has a tremendous network of Doctors, Nurses, Health Experts and Holistic Professional that will hit a home run toward your better health. The "My Health, Your Health" Programming and Show is here to serve those young and old in our neighborhoods on the global scale.  Listen in and share our to all you know about the "My Health, Your Health" Internet Radio Show with Mr. Jimmy Lee and Guest.   Thank you and Good Health is your RIGHT!! Information, products and topics aired, broadcasted and talked about on this show are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.  Please check with your doctor and/or licensed physician. Call-In Number: 347-843-4559
          Comment on How Can Managers Encourage Innovation In An Organization? by How Can Managers Encourage Innovation In An Org...   
[…] These two quotes (the first by Ajay Banga, the CEO of MasterCard, and the second by Sophie Vandebroek, chief technology officer of Xerox Innovation Group) reflect how important innovation is to organizations.  […]
          7/2/2017: REVIEW: The Black Knight does it again   

Congratulations Emirates Team New Zealand. And hats off to Grant Dalton. What a reversal of fortune for the curmudgeonly CEO — and in just four years. In 2013, the game was all but over after Dean Barker snatched defeat from the jaws of victory in San...
          Dr Richard Pike (1950-2011) and Peak Oil.   
Dr Richard Pike, former CEO of the Royal Society of Chemistry, has died of cancer. He had worked for B.P. and in his opinion there was maybe twice as much crude oil in reserve than is normally considered. However, peak oil is an inevitability and the provision of oil must fail demand for it,...
          Mid Market Account Executive - Mavenlink - Boston, MA   
Experience managing the sales cycle from project manager, business champion to the CIO, CEO and CFO levels....
From Mavenlink - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 09:08:22 GMT - View all Boston, MA jobs
          Enterprise Account Executive - Mavenlink - Boston, MA   
Experience managing the sales cycle from business champion to the CIO, CEO and CFO levels. We are looking for an energetic, driven Sales professionals with...
From Mavenlink - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 09:08:19 GMT - View all Boston, MA jobs
              
SATURDAY JULY 1ST CHARGED UP MIXEZ PRESENTS ""THE REUP"" STARTS @5PM UNTIL 🚔🚔 LOCATION: 78 Savoy Ave Elmont ny 🏘 EVERYONE FREE BEFORE 🔟 ADMISSION 🔟💲ALL NIGHT MUSIC BY @PRINCE_CHIILLZ @KrissKapone_camouflage @DjScoota EVERY HOUR 🆓DRINK GIVEAWAY🆒 FOOD AVAILABLE HOOKAH AVAILABLE PICS BY @MAFIAMEDIA FOR MORE INFO CONTACT @NELLYBOOBIE 6315651745 Snap chat DECASEY25 ENDORSED BY SMOKE ON SUNDAYS 🆘 #MEETYOURBARTENDER #Blackgirlmagic #darkskinchicks #BARTENDER #MIXOLOGIST #TIPSY #CHARGEUPMIXEZ #CHARGEDUP #HELLOSUMMER #SUMMERFUN #BBQ #LONGISLAND #QUEENS #NEWYORK #BROOKLYN #BRONX #womenempowerment #bbq #Litsummer #issamovie #hookahgoal #hookah #hookahislife #ceo #bossmoves l
          Gadfly Bites 6/30/17 - The return of "intestinal fortitude"   
  1. After the departure of its high-profile leader in the recent past, FutureReady Columbus is still trying to get itself ready for the present day. The organization was born as a big ticket, partner-fueled initiative to help Columbus students get the best possible education. While the dollars and the big-name partners still seem to be in place, the unexpected need to do a second leader search has required them to slow their roll and to significantly shrink their focus. (Columbus Dispatch, 6/29/17) A similar organization in Toledo appears to have had a similar trajectory. Take your time, people. I’m sure it’s fine. (Toledo Blade, 6/29/17)
     
  2. So, what’s up with that ongoing kerfuffle between the state’s largest online school and the Ohio Department of Education? And the State Board of Education? And the court system? And StateAuditor Man!? And the court of public opinion? And the Ohio Attorney General? And several newspapers around the state? Well, I’m glad you asked, but you might not be. You can check out updates on the fast-moving situation from the Plain Dealer (Cleveland Plain Dealer, 6/29/17), and the Dispatch (Columbus Dispatch, 6/29/17), and the Plain Dealer (again) for everything you might have wanted to know (Cleveland Plain Dealer, 6/29/17). But don’t come complaining to me if your head hurts afterward. And it ain’t over yet either.
     
  3. Editors in Youngstown opined today in favor of at least some part of the above situation. The part where the state board of ed voted to ask politely for some money back. (Youngstown Vindicator, 6/30/17)
     
  4. Elsewhere in Youngstown, at least one member of the district’s elected board has been busy with some research on CEO Krish Mohip, and appears confident enough in what he has found (related to Mohip’s previous work in Chicago) that he reached out to the Vindy with deets. The Land of Intestinal Fortitude, indeed. Fun fact: while it’s not noted in this piece, this story has links to Lorain’s CEO-style Academic Distress Commission as well. Two-fer! (Youngstown Vindicator, 6/30/17)
     
  5. Folks in Dayton City Schools are high-fiving all over the place in response to their preliminary state test score data. It’s not final, but proficiency rates appear to be up a bit over last year’s numbers in most subjects in the district’s elementary and middle schools. Bad news – overall proficiency still stinks (highest percentage I saw on any of the tests was 38) and high school proficiency rates declined pretty much across the board. I guess when you’re at rock bottom, anything is a win, but if it were me I wouldn’t be writing the new advertising slogan just yet. “It’s a fairly good time to be a third grader in Dayton City Schools; everybody else hang on!” probably sounds better in a board meeting than it does on a billboard. (Dayton Daily News, 6/30/17)

          Photo Of E-Money And His Police Escort At The Airport Today   

Five star music boss, Emoney stormed the Lagos airport today with his fierced looking security guards to board Air peace to Abuja. E-money is a billionaire brother to Kcee “Limpopo” crooner and also the CEO of five star shipping line. .photos below

The post Photo Of E-Money And His Police Escort At The Airport Today appeared first on Liveofofo.


          E fixemos a luz!   
Andaba á procura dalgún libro para ler no verán. Así que din un paseo polos andeis da biblioteca do centro. Fun botar a man a un libriño (non chega aos 20 cm de altura) sen moita confianza. Estiven por devolvelo ao seu lugar, pero finalmente leveino conmigo. Posiblemente non chegara a lelo. Con todo, boteille un ollo; as primeiras liñas:
A noite do 7 de xaneiro de 1610 á cambiar o mundo. Ninguén o sabía daquela, mas non tardarían en notarse as consecuencias. Galileo Galilei, profesor de xeometría mecánica e astronomía da Universidade de Padua, dirixiu o sue telescopio ao ceo...
e o libro non chegou ao verán. Remateino antes do claustro de final de curso.
E fixemos a luz! (USC, 2015), escrito polo profesor da Área de Óptica da USC, Salvador Bará, preséntase como unha peuena contribución ás celebracións do Ano Internacional da Luz 2015 pero é moito máis, é unha relucente alfaia do baúl da divulgación científica.
E de que trata o libro de Bará? Se dixeramos que só trata da luz, estariamos dando unha afirmación verdadeira, pero moi incompleta. No primeiro capítulo, por exemplo, céntrase na luz como fonte esencial do descubrimento científico, en particular do astronómico. Chámanlle revolución copernicana, pero deberían chamarlle revolución galileana. Bará relata con pericia os primeiros descubrimentos feitos co telescopio debidos a Galileo, e que cargaban de argumentos e evidencias un xeocentrismo que ata o momento era permitido por declararse como ferramenta imaxinaria que garantizaba un moi bo axuste nos cálculos astronómicos. Aquí enxergamos unha característica de todo o libro de Bará pois nótase que o autor leu as fontes orixinais e sabe contarnos o máis interesante das mesmas.
Tamén se relata como se chegou a medir a velocidade da luz, todo un fito na historia da ciencia. Neste punto, e nalgún outro, botei en falta algún esquema. Non porque non se expliquen as cousas o suficientemente ben, senón porque se menoscaba a capacidade divulgativa da obra. Con todo, a narración é esplendorosamente clara. Velaquí unha segunda característica da obra que quería destacar.
O que segue é o experimento de Young, a análise espectrográfica e a sorprendente posibilidade de poder determinar a composición das estrelas mediante a luz que emiten, a luz como onda electromagnética, a luz vista desde a perspectiva da mecánica cuántica... Unha aventura histórica apaixonante. Canto máis avanzamos cara o momento actual a linguaxe cárgase cada vez máis con referencias matemáticas. Así conséguese un relato sen analoxías que poden despistar. Estamos ante unha obra de divulgación moi fiel ao coñecemento científico, sen inexactitudes. Isto é moi difícil de conseguir, mas en E fixemos a luz! temos un exemplo maxistral de como facelo. Velaquí  outra calidade deste texto.
Hai un capítulo adicado ás aplicacións terapéuticas da luz, especialmente para tratamentos oftalmolóxicos. E, como non!, tamén hai un lugar para tratar a contaminación luminosa, que esborralla os ceos nocturnos, é moi  onerosa, innecesaria, síntoma de incultura e con efectos negativos demostrados na saúde e na ecoloxía. Reivindícase, xa que logo, tanto poder ver un ceo estrelecido ao mirar cara arriba como unha terra chea de lucecús cando miramos para abaixo.
Estamos fronte a unha cousa realmente rara. Non é rara por ser unha publicación de divulgación científica, senón que o é pola lingua na que está escrita. Vén sendo como os lucecús nas nosas noites.
No relato bíblico do Xénese o mundo comenza a existir cando "Deus dixo: fágase a luz; e fíxose". Nestroutro pequeno manual cóntasenos como a inventiva, o traballo e o esforzo humanos foron os que realmente fixeron a luz.


          PROPHECY HOUR: 7 SIGNS TO SPOT THE ANTI-CHRIST EARLY!   
itunes pic
PROPHECY HOUR: 7 SIGNS TO SPOT THE ANTI-CHRIST EARLY! STAN JOHNSON http://www.prophecyclub.com/ Stan Johnson has memorized the book of Revelation. He has studied Bible prophecy for 40 years, has been teaching it for 35 years and has made 32 dvd’s on it. He is the founder of The Prophecy Club and has hosted speaking tours for over 160 guest speakers over the last 22 years. These 160 speakers have made over 335 DVD’s on Bible prophecy. Stan and Leslie hsi wife founded the Spirit of Prophecy Church in 1998 and currently Pastor the Spirit of Prophecy Church in Plano, Texas. He is also the President and CEO of Prophetic Oil, Inc. whose goal it is to find the prophesied oil in Israel. • Introduced Dumitru Duduman whose message is that America is the Mystery Babylon, and Stan’s primary mission is to continue that warning. • Introduced Hayseed Stephens whose vision was to find oil in Israel and Stan also continues his vision. 7 Signs to Spot the Antichrist Early! Most Christians will spot the Antichrist when he sits on the golden chair, the throne of God on earth known as the Ark of the Covenant. He will stop animal sacrifice and require all people to take his mark in order to buy or sell. Those are the obvious signs but by then it may be too late. The problem with not knowing sooner is by then the strong delusion will have already hit so strong that if it were possible (For some it may be) to deceive the very elect! Many even most people on earth will have already lost their salvation to the beast by then Advantages of spotting the Antichrist early: You can …begin to prove the Bible accurate by the prophecies of Antichrist …begin soul-winning immediately …warn your children, family and friends “This is the man!” Another do not Miss End-Time Radio program as “We are Warning the World as it HAPPENS!” Please visit www.prophecyhour.com Also please visit www.wichitahomeless.com “Remember we do not 100% agree with everything our guests, say, do, or believe. It is up to you to pray and sort it out!”
          Agiloft Now Available to UK Public Sector Organizations on G-Cloud   
...Suite and ITIL Service Desk Suite and Agiloft Workflow and BPM. "Public sector organizations with complex business processes and liited budgets are going to appreciate the customizability of Agiloft," said Benedict Collins , CEO of Collins Technology Consulting . "We certainly do. After ...

          4 Principles of Great Logo Design   
If you are a consumer or a marketer or a CEO of a company, you should be interested in what makes a great logo. In an age of seemingly infinite products striving for consumers’ money and attention, branding is more important than ever to ensure a successful marketing effort. Great logos are the embodiment of […]
          Unseasonable Winter Weather Takes A Bite Out Of Georgia's Peach Crop   
Despite a bad growing season, there were peaches for sale recently at a small stand at the Mulberry Farmer's Market in Macon, Ga. The fruit caught the eye of Linda Marlow, visiting from the West Coast. "We're from California so we want Georgia peaches," Marlow said with a laugh. California, by the way, produces more peaches than other state in the country. It isn't like this is a novelty for Marlow. "Well yeah, but we expect they are going to be better here," Marlow said. For a lot of people up and down the East Coast, Georgia is synonymous with peaches. Think about it; when have you ever heard someone wax poetic about a California peach? Turns out, though, Georgia peaches, and Southern peaches in general, are having a really tough year. Mark Sanchez is the CEO of Lane Packing in Fort Valley, Ga. It's one of the big growers in the four county area smack in the middle of Georgia where peaches come from. His office by the loading dock is in fact in Peach County. He says climate is the
          Energía   
Sí, se acaban nuestros recursos energéticos. Los nuestros, los del planeta y los míos.
La pobre Tierra no tiene cómo recargarse... yo sí. Esa es la gran diferencia.
¿Cómo? Sonrisas... palabras... ¿vieron la belleza reunida en esta foto?
Les presento al 3ºK del Liceo 1 Javiera Carrera, el curso que me recibió como su "proyecto de profesor jefe".

Gracias a ellas he aprendido mucho. Me di cuenta de ciertas inclinaciones e inquietudes en mi camino a ser profesional, algo que agradeceré eternamente.
Echaré de menos sus caras de tuto los Lunes a las 7:45, sus discuciones en los extensísimos Consejos de Curso, sus reclamos, sus bromas, sus preguntas sacadas del sombrero de un mago, sus hermosas demostraciones de nobleza. Sus sonrisas, uf!... cómo voy a extrañarlas.
Hice algo así como 15 clases en cada curso que me tocó acompañar en casi 4 meses. Sé que no todas fueron lo que esperaban, con vergüenza lo reconozco. Pero siempre fueron acompañadas de corazón, eso sí que me sobró, nunca escatimé en esfuerzos por darles lo que merecen, lo que han ido a buscar desde sus casas.
Estoy enormemente orgulloso de cada una de ellas, me demostraron ser grandes niñas, amigas, estudiantes, madres y mujeres.

Agradecido para siempre, las quiero mil.

Fco.

PS: así no hay racionamiento que valga, no?
PS2: a cuidar la energía.
          Remote Possibilities: Where Mobility and Productivity Meet   
Five words or less(NewsUSA) - There is a revolution that has been taking place for quite some time in the business world, and it's changing the way workers use the telephone and companies do business. Chances are you've heard of it. It's called Internet telephony, and experts agree that, among other things, it has made office PBX systems obsolete while increasing employee productivity by allowing a very mobile workforce to stay connected to their business lines, no matter where they're working from or which device they're using. In short, this not-so-new technology is making the phone system digital in a way that takes advantage of the Internet and of any phone or computer attached to it. To that end, Switch, a San Francisco-based communications company, is taking the cloud-based business phone concept to the next level by creating a system that can be integrated with Google Apps and, most recently (and notably), Microsoft Office 365. "Work is a thing you do, not a place you go," said Craig Walker, CEO of Switch Communications. "We understand the value of mobility and giving people control over the tools they need to be productive, and Switch is designed with them in mind." For Office 365 users, this latest development by Switch can accelerate employee productivity by integrating with Outlook mail, Outlook calendar and LinkedIn. Users can log in with their Microsoft credentials, have their Outlook contacts instantly synced, have their calendar and email integrated so they can see the most recent shared emails and appointments when on a Switch call, and have instant access to the always-current corporate directory. Ease of administration is critical for a business of any size. Switch's design makes it easy to sign up in less than a minute using dropdown menus to let you set up a virtual receptionist for your company, set business hours to keep your cell phone from ringing at night or on holidays, record custom greetings, add department lines and more. "Regardless of productivity suite, platform or size -- your business can be an enterprise or a three-person shop -- with Switch your phone system and your experience is and should be the same: easy-to-use, scalable and with the flexibility of a true cloud service." The cost for companies of any size is a mere $15 per month per employee, including a free company number and unlimited domestic calls and texts. "Switch makes sense for anyone who realizes their business phone system that serves a desk is broken," says Walker. Visit www.switch.co or call 844-9-SWITCH to learn more.
          13733: Bullshit Builds Momentum.   

Adweek published patronizing puffery promoting IAM, the high school dedicated to teaching minority youth about the advertising industry—and ultimately recruiting them into the field. Momentum Worldwide CEO Chris Weil penned the pap, and it would be interesting to learn the diversity figures at his company. The only hint of inclusiveness and culture at the agency website can be found via the online store, where MoMo Hammer Pants can be purchased for a mere $179.99.

Want a Robust and Diverse Talent Pipeline? Check Out This High School Dedicated to Advertising

4A’s ‘IAM’ program is a model of how to foster equality early

By Chris Weil

Today’s graduation of the High School for Innovation in Advertising and Media marks the ninth year of the 4A’s foray into helping build the next diverse generation of talent in marketing and advertising through its high school student initiative.

The 4A’s partnered with the New York City Department of Education in 2008 to form the first four-year high school in the nation dedicated exclusively to preparing students for careers in the advertising and media industry. That school in Brooklyn, known as IAM, is helping to train the future practitioners in our industry.

We’ve all heard the lament expressed across our industry in recent years about our talent pipeline drying up—young people weren’t learning the right skills to enter advertising or marketing positions, other fields were attracting students who previously would have considered advertising and marketing, and the diversity of the talent didn’t jibe with the diversity of the country’s population.

Those conversations, to be honest, are still occurring because we haven’t done enough to fix the underlying issues—yet. For example, still only 19 percent of people represented in advertisements are minorities, despite the fact that 30 percent of the voting-age population is a minority. That’s just one example of where we still have lots of room for improvement.

Industries of every type—and advertising and marketing stand out because of the cultural visibility of our work—grow when they tap into the varied thinking only possible with a diverse workforce. Diversity leads to marketing messages that are far more effective because they reflect the reality of the society and marketplace. And in our view, diversity has to begin with education and access, which was one of the core issues we addressed with our school programs.

This initiative builds on the 4A’s Multicultural Advertising Intern Program, or MAIP, which has connected aspiring diverse entry-level advertising professionals with prestigious advertising agencies for the last 44 years. But while we have been addressing the diversity issue long before it became a common theme, we know that it’s an ongoing challenge that requires additional solutions.

As we look to the 2017 class at IAM—graduating today—we can see that the program has been a success—and not just for those of us in the field of communications who want to see a more prepared and diverse pool of prospects making their way to our offices. It has been a success for the students.

What has, to me, been the most exciting development of our programs—which includes partnering with the City University of New York in 2014 to launch the first P-Tech (Pathways in Technology Early College High School) of its kind and the Manhattan Early College School for Advertising, or MECA—is that the kids are the biggest winners.

How do we know that our multipronged approach is reaching these students? Some 25 percent to 30 percent of IAM and MECA graduates are entering the advertising field—a generation of students who might otherwise never have even considered the possibility of advertising and marketing. While we can look on those recruitment numbers with pride, it’s also true that the graduation rate at our schools, which is trending at 78 percent, compared with about 64 percent at the average NYC public school, is the best reward.

It would be a dream to see 100 percent of the students enter our business, but by showing the thousands of students who have passed through the halls of the schools that creativity matters, that you can take your passions and turn them into careers, that there are myriad ways to do more in life, that is a reward that we can all celebrate.

By partnering with these schools, we are in effect expanding our society’s creative class—helping more people understand what a career in creativity is all about, inspiring more of them to consider advertising as a promising career opportunity and to understand all the ways they can be a part of a creative industry. Showing a student that his passion for social media can lead to a career or that the gamer playing video games could turn her interest into a life of building digital experiences for others is one of the most important aspects of these programs.

By next year, almost 1,000 ninth through 12th grade students will be studying advertising and marketing. At the same time, the MECA students will also be entering the community college part of their six-year program. They follow a regular high school curriculum—yes, with algebra, English and science—along with an additional specialty in marketing, advertising and design. Their curriculum includes soft skills such as presenting and storytelling; by their junior year, they are certified in Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative. For six years, the students will study not only every part of the agency and advertising ecosystem, but skills that will serve them in any creative field.

While a handful of individual companies have supported some schools, IAM and MECA are the first public schools in the U.S. to earn the support of an entire industry. The 4A’s uniquely offers this support by helping to create the advertising curriculum, teaching the classes, bringing students to agencies and creating mentorship and internship programs. Additionally, we are bringing in marketing clients such as Spotify and Reebok to introduce real-world briefs for the students to solve. This reinforces that the opportunity in our industry is to create work alongside brands that people love and impact our popular culture on a daily basis.

The students who chose to come to these schools have an interest in what we do, and we have a vested interest in keeping them engaged, sharing the excitement of our field and sharing our experiences. They matter more than ever—either as our future communications colleagues or our future customer population—and the more we can connect with them now, the better we will all be for it.

Chris Weil (@chrisweil) is the CEO of Momentum Worldwide; he sits on the 4A’s board of directors and serves as chairman of the 4A’s High School Initiative Advisory Board.

          Comment on Unanet CEO Fran Craig Joins Mason GovCon Board by AHMAD   
The best outstanding information you share for handling the accounts online by using different cloud accounting software to run a successful business by managing the accounts of employee .if you want to run a business successfully then you must read this kind of information which provide you the best tips for managing the business accounts of your business employees and also remember all the important taglines of this kind of information especially “customer service management ” . Thanks
          Minimum wage brings justice   

Thank you for your thought-provoking coverage about the $15 minimum-wage issue “Minimum wage research offers valuable insight” Editorials, June 26] and “Mackey’s $1 a year CEO salary most likely will be history now” [Business, June 26]. People who work conscientiously at a full-time job should be paid a livable wage, which $15 is not. CEO […]
          Skull Session: Buckeyes Intern, Mark Dantonio Researches Millennials, and Purdue Made a Good Hire Now What   
Jerome Baker returns the July 1 2017 Skull Session

Today's dispatch hails from the sandy banks of the Ohio River in the Derby City, baby! Looking to drink bourbon, gamble on ponies, and not pass out at 3:30 a.m. in a bar that's open 'til 4 for some reason.

Any Cardinal or Wildcat fans are free to meet me outside the KFC Yum! Center this afternoon for an ass kicking. (That includes you too, Rick Pitino! A video of a weeping, purple-faced Pitino hollering "Uncle!" would do over a million views.)

I'll be the transient-lookin' fella in full Buckeye regalia dual-wielding bottles of cheap Everclear with a freaked Black & Mild dangling from my lips.

Until then, let's watch Billy Price bulldoze a Michigan Man.

From NFL.com's Lance Zierlein (turn sound on for analysis):

ICYMI:

Word of the Day: Cairn.

 MEET THE INTERNS. All elite football programs preach the importance of academics in recruiting. For some schools, though, talk is all it ever amounts to.

Not at Ohio State, where Urban Meyer has spearheaded "Real Life Wednesdays," a program which has turned into a massive tool on the recruiting trail. 

On top of that, Meyer's program works with corporations and institutions to land career-defining institutions for the leaders of his team.

From Urban Meyer's Twitter account, Chris Worley shooting the Memorial Tournament with 10TV:

Chris Worley at 10TV
Chris Worley at 10TV.

Billy Price and the world's smallest couch: 

Billy Price at Mast Global
Billy Price at Mast Global.

Looks like Tyquan Lewis plans to terrorize criminals when he retires from terrorizing quarterbacks:

Tyquan Lewis, FBI
Tyquan Lewis at the FBI.

Meet future Nike CEO Terry McLaurin, who's coaching at the The Opening Finals in Beaverton, Oregon: 

Terry McLaurin at Nike
Terry McLaurin at Nike

Stuff like this won't get the #clicks compared to an article on Dublin police apprehending two rogue pissers, but they help keep the hot #take artists from putting Ohio State football into their trash articles. So that's nice.

 THE MILLENNIAL QUESTION. If some Baby Boomers had their way, America would only use Millennials to harvest their blood.

Michigan State coach Mike D'antoni Mark Dantonio doesn't have that option, for at least a few more years. He needs that Millennial life-force to pad his bank account with an extra ~4.3 million dollars this fall.

Thankfully for Spartan fans, Dantonio understands an entire generation now thanks to a 15 minute video he saw on the internet.

From footballscoop.com:

Earlier this year, I was sitting in on a speaking session featuring Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio. If memory serves me right, it was at the AFCA convention in Nashville where he was on a panel of coaches talking about discipline, or perhaps it was at the annual Michigan HS Coaches association convention.

In either instance, I distinctly remember him saying that everyone who works with millennials (widely defined as people born in 1984 or after) needs to Google “Millennial video” and watch it. I remember jotting it down at the time, along with a number of other things he said, with the intention of tracking down that video later. I knew I had seen the video Dantonio was referring to before, and noted that it was a message that should be shared with all coaches, since we’re all working with (and some of us are members of) the millennial generation.

With out further ado, the video in question:

I would like to thank this guy for giving me an excuse next time Whitney chastises me for checking Slack while at dinner.

Baby, blogging about the local team is an addiction, which is a synonym for disease. You wouldn't tut tut somebody for taking cancer medications at the dinner table, right? Exactly.

 BOILER UP? Don't look now, but Purdue is on the ascension in that it convinced a Western Kentucky coach a move to West Lafayette would be a promotion.

Enter former XFL quarterback Jeff Brohm, who inherits the smoking remains of the Darrell Hazell era. 

From Bill Connelly of sbnation.com:

Brohm doesn’t inherit a senior-heavy squad. That’s a plus. Granted, seniors could make up about half of the defense, but the odds are good that whoever emerges will return in 2018.

This might not be a full-fledged Year Zero situation, in which the smartest thing to do is strip the house to the studs and start over. Brohm might be able to get mileage out of Blough and some new skill guys, and maybe there’s enough in the defensive front seven to keep the Boilers in games.

Still, the schedule doesn’t include many likely wins, even for a slightly improved team. The Boilermakers will probably beat Ohio and could hope to split tossup games against Rutgers and Illinois and maybe steal an upset against a Missouri or Minnesota or Nebraska or Indiana. But 2017 will be mostly about planting seeds.

I would say it'd be hilarious to see the Boilermakers raise hell in the West, but I still haven't recovered from that hangover I suffered on Iuka Avenue in October 2009 while watching Terrelle Pryor turn the ball over five times in West Lafayette. I hope they lose every game this year.

 HOLTMANN CLEANING HOUSE? Not even a month on the job and new Ohio State basketball coach Chris Holtmann has already signed one new player and seen two of Thad Matta's recruits leave town.

It seems like he's pretty efficiently getting his guys in and the old guys out, which is exactly how Holtmann does it, claims Max Landis, Holtmann's first-ever recruit.

Holtmann's not going to have to wait long to fill his team with his own recruits. After next season, he'll have seven open scholarships to fill however his heart desires.

 BOUT DAMN TIME. Breaking news: The NCAA is considering doing something humane and just for the student-athletes it claims to look out for.

From vice.com (via 11W member Hetuck):

When it comes to college athlete transfers, the National Collegiate Athletic Association may be on the cusp of—finally—doing something right. Earlier this week, the Division I Council Transfer Working Group announced that it's considering altering current rules that limit the ability of players to move from one school to another. The most notable rules up for consideration include those:

  • Requiring athletes to get permission from their current schools to speak with other schools;
  • Barring those athletes from receiving a scholarship from their new school without first getting said permission.

Changes to both rules—and by changes, I mean scrapping them completely—are long overdue. As is, they are arbitrary, capricious, and philosophically absurd, giving coaches and athletic departments undue, unearned power over unpaid students seeking a better situation elsewhere.

Shame it will come to late to help Antwuan Jackson this cycle, though.

 THOSE WMDs. 10-year-old's penpal: General Manuel Noriega... Netflix now helping cops solve cold cases... The man who spent 35 years in prison without trial... The cryptocurrency prophet.


          Inazuma Eleven Ares muestra sus modelos de personajes en acción y diseños RPGeros   
Level-5 ha mostrado las primeras escenas de juego de Inazuma Eleven Ares con los modelos de los personajes durante la sexta emisión Inazuma Walker. Según Akihiro Hino, presidente y CEO de la compañía, ... - Fuente: www.blogiswar.net
          Level-5 continuará Mystery Journey en forma de una nueva saga   
Nintendo Life ha publicado una entrevista con el CEO de Level-5, Akihiro Hino, el cual tenía mucho que decir sobre Layton’s Mystery Journey, incluyendo el hecho de que quiere hacer de “Mys ... - Fuente: www.koi-nya.net
          Just Make a Decision Already: Ford CEO Wants Automaker to Pick Up the Pace   

While he’s only been in the big chair for little over a month, Ford Motor Company CEO Jim Hackett has already pinned down a serious problem in need of immediate change. Decision making. Or, more specifically, the need to get the lead out when rapidly changing market trends threaten company profit. The former chairman of […]

The post Just Make a Decision Already: Ford CEO Wants Automaker to Pick Up the Pace appeared first on The Truth About Cars.


          Aston Martin Rapide Hanya Diproduksi 155 Unit   
otobandung.com – Setelah kurang dua tahun diungkapkan sebagai model konsep, akhirnya Aston Martin  mengkonfirmasi bahwa model listrik Rapide akan memasuki produksi pada tahun 2019. Diproduksi hanya 155 unit saja, Rapide merupakan mobil listrik pertama Aston Martin. Pengumuman yang dilakukan oleh Presiden dan CEO Aston Martin, Dr Andy Palmer itu sebenarnya mempercepat strategi produk EV produsen
          Teatro: Queridos   

LUIS PESCETTI
y su banda

Presenta su último CD
    Queridos

A partir del 1* de julio de 2017 y todos los sábados y domingos de Julio a las 17hs Luis Pescetti y su banda presentan su último CD “Queridos” en el Teatro Liceo.

Queridos fue grabado en vivo durante la gira Argentina, con nuevas canciones, chistes juegos, y un remolino de emociones. Es la continuación del trabajo musical que le valió su tercer Premio Gardel en 2015 con El Empezó Primero.

¿Por qué Queridos? En palabras de Luis:

Hice chistes para desacralizar el espectáculo dirigido a niños y modos muy paternalistas, propios de cómo vemos a nuestros niños e hijos, pero no necesariamente de cómo ellos experimentan su día a día. No es que la ternura no sea cierta, al contrario, lo es y es deseable, sólo que no es lo único que ocurre y que, como bien señala Bioy Casares: el público exige nuevos artificios para lograr los mismos efectos. Entonces durante varios años, y en medio de tantos estereotipos edulcorados, la ternura se expresó con títulos como: “El vampiro negro”, “Bocasucia”, “Qué público de porquería”, “Inútil insistir”, “Tengo mal comportamiento” o “Él empezó primero”. Porque ése era el guiño y el juego, similiar al de un “papá oso”. Y fue cierto y fue divertido.

Pero después de tantos años, eso también se convierte en un estereotipo… y hay que correrse. Como un pedazo de cohete que sirvió para despegar de la Tierra, pero del que ahora nos desprendemos para ir más lejos. Y “más lejos” es decir un directo “Queridos”, porque siempre fue eso, jugábamos por sentirlos tan queridos.

                Funciones: sábados y domingos 17 hs
               Localidades desde $ 300.- por boletería del teatro o por plateanet
               Teatro Liceo – Avda. Rivadavia 1499

          Unseasonable Winter Weather Takes A Bite Out Of Georgia's Peach Crop   
Despite a bad growing season, there were peaches for sale recently at a small stand at the Mulberry Farmer's Market in Macon, Ga. The fruit caught the eye of Linda Marlow, visiting from the West Coast. "We're from California so we want Georgia peaches," Marlow said with a laugh. California, by the way, produces more peaches than other state in the country. It isn't like this is a novelty for Marlow. "Well yeah, but we expect they are going to be better here," Marlow said. For a lot of people up and down the East Coast, Georgia is synonymous with peaches. Think about it; when have you ever heard someone wax poetic about a California peach? Turns out, though, Georgia peaches, and Southern peaches in general, are having a really tough year. Mark Sanchez is the CEO of Lane Packing in Fort Valley, Ga. It's one of the big growers in the four county area smack in the middle of Georgia where peaches come from. His office by the loading dock is in fact in Peach County. He says climate is the
          Rysheema Dixon to run for Wilmington City Council   

The head of a community development firm said on Tuesday that she plans to run for Wilmington City Council in 2016. Rysheema Dixon, the CEO and president of RD Innovative Planning, said she will compete for one of the four At Large seats on city council in 2016. Using her background in organizing community projects,...

The post Rysheema Dixon to run for Wilmington City Council appeared first on Rysheema Dixon.


          Warren Buffett is now the largest owner of 2 of the world's biggest banks (BAC, JPM, WFC, GS)   

warren buffett

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is now the biggest owner of two of the world's largest banks: Bank of America and Wells Fargo.

On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve cleared the way for Buffett to become Bank of America's largest shareholder.

It passed all the big banks on their so-called stress tests, giving them permission to use their capital for things beyond buffering against disaster, including share buybacks and dividend payments.

Bank of America raised its dividend to $0.12 a common share.

That made it compelling for Berkshire to convert its preferred shares into common stock, giving it shareholder ownership, and earning as much as $12 billion in profit. Berkshire announced on Friday that it would exercise its warrants to buy 700 million common shares of Bank of America, the third-largest US bank by market cap, instead of waiting until just before their expiry in 2021.

In a statement, the bank said it welcomed Buffett's decision.

With $2.19 trillion in assets, Bank of America ranked ninth in the world, according to an S&P Global Market Intelligence ranking released in April.

Buffett's initial investment in the bank dating back to 2011 was a thumbs-up of sorts to CEO Brian Moynihan, who had recently taken the helm. It was also a bet that the bank would recover from the fallout of toxic mortgage securities.

He acquired $5 billion of Bank of America preferred stock with a 6% dividend, or $300 million annually, in August 2011, at a time when investors worried about the bank's capital needs, Reuters reported.

The conglomerate said last July that it owned more than 10% of Wells Fargo, which on Friday amounted to nearly 537 million shares, according to Bloomberg. It's the second-largest bank in the US by market capitalization and was the 10th largest in the world by assets, according to S&P.

Berkshire Hathaway also owns smaller stakes in Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan.

SEE ALSO: Japan can help us better understand one of the biggest puzzles facing the US economy

Join the conversation about this story »

NOW WATCH: An economist explains what could happen if Trump pulls the US out of NAFTA


          Silicon Valley's old boy power structure is getting toppled and the repercussions will be huge   

China slip fall soldiers

When Chris Sacca took the stage at the South by Southwest conference in March, the "Shark Tank" judge kicked off his talk by doling out cans of beers to the women sitting in the front rows. 

"We’re going to do this unlike Uber. The women get them first," Sacca said to the crowd of fans that would mob him like a celebrity afterwards. 

The beer stunt was a snipe at one of his early portfolio companies that had come under internal investigation for claims of sexism in the workplace. But now four months later, Sacca himself has issued a mea culpa, confessing that he "personally contributed" to making the tech industry "inhospitable for women" after being accused in a New York Times article of inappropriately touching a woman's face without her consent. (He later "disputed" the accusation.)

The apology from one of Silicon Valley's most visible and powerful venture capitalists comes at a time when the tech industry is confronting its shameful legacy of sexist behavior. It hasn't been a secret that women in technology face sexism, especially in venture capital where women only make up 7% of partners. But until now, the status quo went for the most part unchallenged and the offenders operated with impunity. 

That's why the events of the last few months are so remarkable. The stories of venture capitalists asking women entrepreneurs for sex or touching them underneath the table during pitch meetings have multiplied as more and more women come forward. And it's already having a profound effect. 

In the last month, Uber's CEO was asked to resign after a detailed investigation into harassment and bad behavior among employees and managers at the $69 billion startup. Another investor was forced out of his firm after initially denying accusations of sexual harassment from multiple women. 

Dave McClure, the leader of a famous Silicon Valley startup accelerator 500 Startups, was removed from the day-to-day operations after women came forward with allegations of misconduct. In one case detailed by the New York Times, McClure told a woman that he wasn't sure if he should hire her or hit on her.

Despite Silicon Valley being a place that's promoted itself as a bastion of progressive ideals and meritocracy, each domino being tipped shows that the sexism problem that had rooted itself in the boy's club of venture is worse and worse — and the old school boy's club of Silicon Valley is being toppled as a result.

The problem with power

The gender imbalance in Silicon Valley is well-documented, but the undercurrent of sexism and harassment that is its byproduct has been harder to pinpoint.

To be sure, some of the worst offenders have become "open secrets" among women entrepreneurs. There's wiki pages that list venture capitalists and tech leaders who have been accused of inappropriate behavior. And one startup accelerator, Y Combinator, keeps track of venture capitalists that have behaved badly — harassment or deal-wise — and cuts them out from ever getting a chance to invest as the startups leave its program. 

But it's tough to overstate the precarious path that must be navigated by any woman who wants to pursue the tech dream and create the next Facebook or Snapchat. 

Without having a deep network in Silicon Valley or getting into one of the accelerators, it's hard for women entrepreneurs to know who to avoid or have a support network to turn to if they feel like someone has crossed the line. Even if they do report it, they're often silenced or told to sign non-disclosure agreements so people never find out. 

Meanwhile, the men of Silicon Valley have continued to hold the power. Of the venture capitalist deal makers that fund the next generation of Facebooks, only 7% of the partners at top VC firms are women, according to a Crunchbase study.

And the money follows the same gendered lines. Women received $1.5 billion in funding last year versus $58.2 billion for men, according to PitchBook data. Just think, what kind of world-changing apps and tech products would we have today if women had the same opportunities and influence in the industry as men? 

Make no mistake: venture capitalists control the check books that can fund next America's innovation engine and too often it's been an old boys club that makes deals in hot tub jam sessions or all-male ski trips

The Trump effect

Yet the recent wave of women stepping forward after years of trying to shine light on the issue is finally crashing the power structure. 

Venture firms are scrambling to institute formal policies around harassment. LinkedIn founder and Greylock partner, Reid Hoffman, made a public plea for firms to sign the Decency Pledge to acknowledge that the relationship between venture capitalists and entrepreneurs is the same as a manager and employee. (Yes, Silicon Valley is at the point where its dealmakers are finally publicly promising to be decent to women.)

The public apology from Sacca shows that no venture capitalist can go untouched, no matter how famous or how many amazing deals they've done. In some ways, it's the opposite of the Trump effect: the President was elected despite being on tape saying lecherous things. To this day, he continues to call out reporters and women for their looks. 

Yet the general revulsion to those antics has made Silicon Valley somehow look at its own secret shame. It's harder for an investor to say they are outraged by Trump's treatment of women when they're protecting their own peers who have asked for sex or rubbed a woman's thigh when they're supposed to be making a business deal. 

And while some argue that Trump's behavior has normalized this kind of locker-room talk towards women, in Silicon Valley, its greatest offenders are now getting exposed one-by-one. Venture firms have collapsed. Uber, the most valuable private tech startup, is undergoing a cultural reformation to save its company. Individuals like Sacca are making public apologies for their role in making tech "inhospitable" toward women. The Silicon Valley people and companies in powerful positions aren't immune like Trump has been — and that's only been more clear as more women entrepreneurs speak out against what's been up until now Silicon Valley's darkest secret. 

There will be more dominoes that fall, and more "disruption," as the industry finally comes to terms with this problem. But when the dust settles, you can be sure that the startups, products, and innovation coming from Silicon Valley will be stronger than ever.

SEE ALSO: 'Shark Tank' judge Chris Sacca apologizes for helping make tech hostile to women — after being accused of inappropriately touching a female investor

Join the conversation about this story »

NOW WATCH: BARBARA CORCORAN: Chris Sacca is 'probably the most arrogant Shark we've ever had'


          It might be time for Tesla to get out of the car business (TSLA)   

elon musk

Here's a completely heretical idea, especially on the eve of Tesla launching its long-awaited $35,000 Model 3 in July and the stock rallying almost 80% over the first half of 2017:

Tesla should think about getting out of the car business.

Crazy, right? This is the first new American automaker in decades — and investors are so bullish on it that even though it has made money in exactly two quarters since its 2010 IPO and sold less than 80,000 vehicles in 2016, its market cap is bigger than General Motors', Ford's, or Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

Additionally, Tesla is really nothing but a carmaker at this point. Although it sells solar panels and energy storage systems and is building a massive battery factory in Nevada, its revenues largely come from an old-fashioned place: assembling and marketing cars.

But here's the thing: for a carmaker such as BMW or Porsche or even Ferrari, limited production, a longstanding perception about the brand, and generally high to very high to astronomically high transactions (I'm looking at you, Ferrari LaFerrari supercar and your $1-million-plus price tag), the car business can be pretty good. Not Apple good, but healthy double-digit margins are in order.

Tesla started out at this end of the market, selling expensive luxury vehicles to a well-heeled elite. If it stayed with this business, it could conceivably end up with a 20% profit margin. 

Tesla Model S

A victim of Musk's vision

But CEO Elon Musk wants to get gas-powered cars off the road, so that means Tesla has to attack the low-margin mass-market business. The Model 3 is the first shot. And there are 400,000 pre-orders, so it's a big first shot.

The mass market isn't really about what Tesla is good at, which is visionary spectacle and succeeding against overwhelming odds. The mass market is about grinding, unspectacular execution, day after day. This might be why Musk wants to see it taken over by robots. 

For the time being, Tesla has committed to playing in this space, and doing it with a product — an all-electric vehicle — that consumers have thus far shown little interest in. EVs now make up only about 1% of global sales. Tesla needs to move that needle and move it big time, and to be honest, the company isn't strong enough to do it on its own. Others will have to come into the game.

This is where matters get challenging. Autos are a tough business: capital intensive, with cyclical sales and a requirement that car companies spend a lot on R&D to avoid falling behind. The end product is extremely complicated and relatively costly — so much so that carmakers maintain financing arms to loan customers the money to buy products.

ford factory producer prices

A business for the nutty

Many, many auto executives would say that the reason nobody has started a successful new car company in half a century is that you had to be nuts to start a new car company. There are so many other ways to get rich.

It's not clear that Musk fully understood this when he originally invested in Tesla and later took over the CEO job. But he's learning now. 

Fortunately, he doesn't have to think of himself as the quixotic leader of a company that by its economic nature will destroy his fortune, perhaps more than once. Tesla could at some point shed its car business or outsource it and focus on more lucrative, higher-growth, less-capital-hungry enterprises. Solar could be huge in the future, and in any case it's been a rapid growth area for energy.

Batteries for residential, industrial, and utility applications could also be big future businesses. And I haven't even gotten to the software and self-driving innovations that make up Tesla Autopilot. They could be worth more on their own than Tesla's entire carmaking operations someday, especially if you assume that the data generated by self-driving vehicles is where the real opportunity (and riches) resides. 

Tesla gigafactory

Hard to change course?

But, you might ask, wouldn't it be hard to unload the car business?

Not really. For example, if Tesla builds a factory in China, it will almost certainly have to establish a JV with a Chinese company, meaning that effectively half the Chinese manufacturing business would be owned by someone else. A contract manufacturer such as industry leader Magna could assemble Tesla vehicles in North America or Europe. And given that Tesla is aiming to sell 500,000 vehicles annually by the end of next year, a competitor might decide it's worth it to buy up the car brand.

The bottom line is that we know where Tesla's car business is going, and it's nothing all that financially thrilling. It could be financially depressing. Almost all the company's other projects, even idealistic moon shots like the Boring Company (digging traffic-beating tunnels under Los Angeles) have the potential to growth more rapidly or establish entirely new markets. 

Perhaps that's where Musk's focus should be.

SEE ALSO: 'So, do you want to see the car?': The story of the day that Tesla stunned the world

Join the conversation about this story »

NOW WATCH: Tesla will reveal the finished Model 3 in July — here's everything you need to know about the car


          Verizon wants to borrow T-Mobile and Vodafone's consumer data to take on Facebook and Google (VZ)   
  • Tim ArmstrongVerizon wants to license data from its competitors to bulk up its online ad business Oath
  • This initiative could bring together competitors like T-Mobile and Sprint
  • Ultimate plan is to take on Google and Facebook

Verizon Communications wants to challenge Google and Facebook. So it's reaching out to some of its biggest rivals in the wireless industry for help.

Now that the telecom giant has completed its acquisition of Yahoo and rolled out Oath, a division which includes a wide collection of digital advertising assets, it is looking to ramp up its ability to challenge Google and Facebook in the sector. The wireless giant is exploring building a data partnership with other top wireless players, including T-Mobile, Sprint, Vodafone and Telefónica, people with knowledge of the matter told Business Insider.

Specifically, Verizon wants to pool together more wireless consumer data that can be used for ad targeting. A big reason Google and Facebook are so dominant in digital advertising – besides the fact that their platforms reach huge audiences  –is that they have powerful, accurate data sets on millions of consumers that can be used by advertisers to target people with more relevant ads.

When Verizon purchased AOL two years ago, Oath CEO Tim Armstrong spoke openly about the power of Verizon's data and how it, coupled with AOL's advertising technology and large audience, could be used to put some real pressure on Google and Facebook on the ad targeting front. For example, Verizon knows where its customers live, where they travel, and what apps they use, all of which could be used to show people more relevant ads as they surf the web. 

But while Verizon's US subscriber base is close to 150 million people, that's still rather paltry compared to Facebook and Google's massive audiences. So if it can license data from T-Mobile, for instance, it could layer on ad targeting signals from roughly 72 million more consumers.

In addition, licensing data from companies like Vodaphone and Telefónica would help Verizon expand its ad footprint outside the US, an area where advertisers have been pushing for progress, given Google and Facebook's global clout.

There's a lot to be worked out behind the scenes for such a data partnership to fully come to fruition. To date, just weaving together the various pieces of AOL and Verizon has proven particularly complicated. And the level of data that various wireless companies would be willing to license may vary widely. But Armstrong did discuss this plan in his pitch to top advertisers at the Cannes ad festival last week, said people familiar with the matter.

Verizon was potentially hampered by regulatory uncertainty during the waning months of the Obama administration. But since March when Republican senators voted to kill regulations in this realm, companies like Verizon are freer to exploit consumer data for advertising. (Of course, it's perhaps a different story in Europe, where regulators just hit Google with a monster fine).

If Verizon and competitors like T-Mobile and Telefonica did share consumer data, it's a good bet that there would be steps taken to make sure that no personal consumer identification data would be shared between the two companies. Undoubtedly, consumer privacy advocates would scrutinize this project closely.

If this plan proceeds, it will be interesting to see what other Verizon rivals may participate. It seems doubtful that AT&T would jump in, considering that Verizon is blocking AT&T users from logging onto Yahoo with AT&T email addresses, according to TechCrunch. And Sprint's potential wireless pact with Comcast and Charter, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, would only seem to complicate matters.

Officials from T-Mobile and Telefonica declined to comment. Vodafone and Sprint did not return request for comment on this story.

Join the conversation about this story »

NOW WATCH: Heard in Cannes: World's leading marketing execs told us how they feel about the power of Google and Facebook


          vendedor de cambaceo - DISH - Tlacotalpan, Ver.   
Líder en Telecomunicación solicita: vendedor de cambaceo Requisitos: \* Sexo indistinto \* Gusto por las ventas \* Experiencia no necesaria Ofrecemos: \ $4,000 al mes
De Indeed - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 17:29:05 GMT - Ver todos los empleos en Tlacotalpan, Ver.
          PSTA chief rides the bus, gets an earful of feedback   
ST. PETERSBURG — On a stifling Friday afternoon, the CEO of the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority stood, sweat-drenched, waiting for the bus.
          O retorno dos agentes de viagem   

Um acolhedor café da tarde foi enviado a Cristina e sua família assim que se acomodaram na suíte do resort. Eles foram acompanhados por um simpático carregador que levou as malas até o quarto que acomodaria Cristina e seus dois filhos durante a viagem a Pernambuco.


O excelente tratamento recebido pela família no resort não custou caro. Na verdade, foi pago um valor menor do que o previsto para a reserva de tal suíte. E isso tampouco foi resultado de horas de pesquisas cansativas na internet. Ela conseguiu a viagem dos sonhos por meio da ajuda de um agente de viagem sem que fosse necessário sair de sua casa. Cristina contou com a ajuda do BomTrip.com, o portal que permite o contato -  incluindo negociação e pagamento – entre viajantes e agentes via internet.
A decisão se deu porque Cristina precisava de recomendações especiais e do suporte de alguém que a orientasse de acordo com suas necessidades, já que viajava com duas crianças e gostaria de evitar que qualquer problema acontecesse durante a viagem. Ela queria um profissional que conhecesse bem o destino e soubesse indicar quais atividades poderiam ser feitas para tornar aquele momento em família ainda mais agradável.
De acordo com os relatórios da indústria do turismo, clientes como Cristina, que procuram um atendimento personalizado, não são tão poucos quanto se pensa. Segundo um levantamento do BomTrip.com, existem no Brasil aproximadamente 15 milhões de viajantes que se enquadram nesse perfil. Além disso, indicando a futura tendência mundial, há mais ou menos três anos as agências de turismo americanas têm vivenciado um crescimento em suas vendas, apesar das desvantagens perante os grandes portais da internet.
Essa boa notícia se dá como reflexo do que aconteceu às agências americanas, que voltaram a prosperar a partir de 2011. Com isso, os agentes de viagem voltaram a ser pauta de discussões: “estariam eles de volta?”. Naquele contexto, logo após um período em que se acreditava na total dominação dos grandes portais de viagem, era difícil acreditar que sim. Mas, como os números provaram, os agentes de viagem americanos recuperaram sua força, e o BomTrip.com veio para fazer com que as agências brasileiras também vençam esses obstáculos.
Apesar de todas as dificuldades, a esperança cresceu, e ainda cresce, à medida em que os viajantes se cansam de ter seu tempo e sua energia consumidos pelas inúmeras pesquisas necessárias ao se planejar uma viagem por conta própria. No mundo contemporâneo, mais rápido e movimentado do que nunca, o tempo aparece como um bem de valor inigualável.
Apesar do surpreendente retorno, não se espera que o mercado das agências volte à era pré-internet. Mas, ao que tudo indica, os agentes de viagem ainda desempenham um papel bastante relevante no universo do turismo. E tudo isso se deve a um simples fato: seres humanos não devem ser substituídos por máquinas, mas sim trabalhar em colaboração com elas. E é exatamente isso que o BomTrip.com faz: oferece via internet o atendimento personalizado dos agentes de viagem e, com isso, atrai cada vez mais clientes para as agências.
Além disso, o padrão de atendimento dos agentes evoluiu muito. Aquele tempo em que se consultava um agente de viagens para perguntar-lhe o que fazer ficou para trás. O agente atual não determina o destino do cliente, ele trabalha em colaboração com o viajante, que já tem uma ideia do que deseja fazer, e procura entender suas vontades e avaliar o que cabe no seu bolso. E a plataforma criada pelo BomTrip.com é ideal para promover essa comunicação entre agente e viajante, fazendo com que o entendimento seja pleno e que a viagem saia como (ou melhor que) o esperado.
Os agentes contemporâneos também se preocupam em oferecer aos viajantes opções exclusivas que eles não conseguiriam organizar facilmente por conta própria, como, por exemplo, um curso de dança balinesa ou um cruzeiro noturno pelo rio Nilo. Ou seja, agentes podem acrescentar à viagem elementos para torná-la mais autêntica e especial.
Apesar de estar resolvido quando às suas vontades, o cliente contemporâneo, assim como todo o resto do mundo, não têm tempo para sair de sua casa à procura do serviço que deseja. Hoje, dá-se prioridade a tudo o que pode ser resolvido sem sair do lugar. Por isso, o BomTrip.com se caracteriza como uma plataforma de auxílio não somente para os agentes, mas também para os viajantes, já que facilita o acesso até o serviço personalizado.
E é assim, on-line, que os agentes ganham força para competir com os grandes portais de viagem que, por sua comodidade, tanto atraíram os viajantes. Agora, os agentes e agências podem oferecer não só a comodidade, mas também o que já ofereciam antes da invasão virtual, o serviço de conselheiros pessoais que desejam proporcionar a seus clientes a melhor experiência antes, durante, e depois da viagem.
Tony Gonchar, o CEO da Sociedade Americana dos Agentes de Viagem, uma vez escreveu: “Graças a seu profundo conhecimento, experiência e conexões na indústria do turismo, os agentes de viagem podem proteger não somente o dinheiro de seus clientes, mas também seu maior bem, o tempo.” A frase de Tony Gonchar resume, em poucas palavras, o porquê do tão inesperado retorno dos agentes de viagem.

Fonte: www.bomtrip.com

          Head Housekeeper - Motel 6/Studio 6 - Vallejo, CA   
At Motel 6/ Studio 6, we work hard but we make sure to show our appreciation for our team members' contributions during our CEO Awards, Team Member Appreciation...
From G6 Hospitality - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 11:28:22 GMT - View all Vallejo, CA jobs
          Property Maintenance - Motel 6/Studio 6 - Vallejo, CA   
At Motel 6/ Studio 6, we work hard but we make sure to show our appreciation for our team members' contributions during our CEO Awards, Team Member Appreciation...
From G6 Hospitality - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 11:28:21 GMT - View all Vallejo, CA jobs
          North Dakota Economic Development Foundation Announces New Board Members   
Commerce Commissioner Jay Schuler announced five new members of the North Dakota Economic Development Foundation board today, Perry Miller, a business leader from Wahpeton; Tommy Kenville, founder of Tglobal Inc.; Gene Veeder, McKenzie County Commissioner; Jared Melville, former Vice President for the North Dakota Student Association; and .
 
“This group of individuals brings a wealth of experience and understanding of the business community and will be a great addition to our board.” Schuler said. “I am confident our new members will provide private-sector guidance, helping us to create strategic plans to strengthen and broaden North Dakota’s economic development."
 
Miller, a native of Wahpeton, works with the purchase, renovation and management of apartments, hotels and other commercial properties. Miller has served as a township supervisor and Richland County commissioner and is a current member of the Wahpeton City Council. In addition, he is a board member for the Wahpeton Community Development Corporation, Richland-Wilkin United Way, Wahpeton Recreation Committee and ND Farmers Union Policy Committee.
 
Kenville of Grand Forks, is the founder and president of Tglobal Inc. He is also a consultant with Center for Innovation as Rainmaker and VP of Development. Kenville established T-Kort LLC and founded Unmanned Applications Institute International. He serves as Managing Member for University Hotel Development LLC and chairs the Valley Angels investment fund.
 
Veeder of Watford City, is a county commissioner and served as the Executive Director of McKenzie County Job Development Authority and Tourism Bureau. Veeder serves as President of the Theodore Roosevelt Expressway and is on the board of directors for McKenzie County Water Resource District and the Western Area Water Supply. He has been recognized as the Governor’s Choice Economic Developer of the Year and for Outstanding Achievement in County Government from the North Dakota Association of Counties.
 
Melville, a native of Fargo, is the former Vice President of Governmental Relations for the North Dakota Student Association. A third-year student studying Business Administration and Political Science at North Dakota State University, Melville now serves as the Chief Justice of the NDSU Student Government’s Student Court. Melville has received awards on the regional and national level for competing in collegiate forensics as the President of the NDSU Lincoln Speech & Debate Society.
 
Batcheller of Fargo, is the Chairman and CEO of Appareo Systems LLC. He has been involved in the startup of six successful companies and has served as director of technology growth at Deere & Co. Batcheller has served on the boards of Xata Corporation, MeritCare (now Sanford Health), and the Fargo-Cass County Economic Development Corporation. He is a past president of the NDSU Alumni Association Board of Directors, and is currently serving on the boards of the NDSU Research and Technology Park and Amity Technology LLC.
 
The North Dakota Economic Development Foundation is a private foundation established by the Legislature in 2001 to provide private-sector guidance and oversight of the state's economic development efforts. The Foundation board helps create strategic plans to strengthen and broaden North Dakota’s economic development.
 
The Foundation establishes and maintains a strategic plan for economic development managed by business leaders from all corners of the state. The board meets quarterly to monitor progress toward economic development goals, to discuss major business and economic issues, and to offer suggestions for improving North Dakota's business climate. Each member of the board serves a two-year term.
 
The North Dakota Department of Commerce works to improve the quality of life for North Dakota citizens by leading efforts to attract, retain and expand wealth. Commerce serves businesses and communities statewide through committed people and partners who offer valuable programs and dynamic services.
 
For more North Dakota news and information go to www.NDCommerce.com.

read more


          Making It: Manufacturers Confident About Future of Industry   
By Grand Forks Herald
Manufacturing is on an upward trend both in North Dakota and Minnesota, and regional companies say they are confident the sector has a bright future.

There were 319,000 manufacturing jobs in Minnesota as of Thursday, according to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). A 2014 study from the department projected jobs would drop from 312,000 jobs in 2014 to 297,500 jobs in 2024, but for now, it appears Minnesota has been adding jobs in the sector.

"We actually have not seen a downturn since 2014," DEED spokesman Monte Hanson said, adding Minnesota's rate of adding jobs year over year is 0.9 percent versus the national average of 0.5 percent. "We are almost double the national rate."

North Dakota had 24,100 manufacturing jobs as of May, according to Job Service North Dakota. Though that was a slight drop from last year at that time—24,500 jobs—Job Service expects the industry to grow slightly through 2024—the annual rate should be 0.6 percent.

On top of that, manufacturers, at least in Minnesota, are confident about the future of the industry. A DEED study released in January stated 90 percent of the respondents expect production levels will increase or stay the same this year. That's compared with 86 percent for 2016.

"For the most part, the outlook is bright," Paul Eidenschink, chief operations officer for North Dakota manufacturer Steffes, said of the manufacturing industry. "I think there are lots of opportunities."

By the numbers

About one in nine workers in Minnesota are employed in manufacturing, according to DEED. The industry produced 16 percent of the state's gross domestic product in 2015, making it the second largest industry in the state, the economic department said.

On the west side of the Red River, manufacturing makes up about 5.8 percent of North Dakota's GDP, said Andy Peterson, president and CEO of the Greater North Dakota Chamber.

"It is something that North Dakota should put more emphasis into," he said, adding there is room to grow.

Manufacturing isn't as widespread as North Dakota's top industries—the energy sector, agriculture and tourism. Peterson said the state has the opportunity to change that.

Still, it's an industry that can complement the state's top sectors.

While there are manufacturing jobs across the state, the majority seem to be concentrated in the Red River Valley, with Cass County being the only one that beats out Grand Forks County for the number of jobs—Cass County had about four times the manufacturing jobs of Grand Forks County in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to Job Service.

In Grand Forks County, which on average had 2,352 manufacturing jobs last year, companies like Steffes have expanded in recent years. The company is a staple in Dickinson, N.D., where it was founded about 45 years ago.

Steffes has manufactured snowmobile skis, hopper bottom storage bins and furniture frames in the past, but as the oil boom got underway it began building products for the energy sector. In the last five years, it decided to buy two facilities in Grand Forks, where it now produces a variety of products, including oilfield skids that separate gas from oil, pressure vessels, flare equipment and agricultural products through manufacturing contracts.

Eidenschink said Steffes tends to adjust what it manufactures depending on demand. For example, in 2014, it sold its oil tank facility in Dickinson to Worthington Industries, and in 2013, it produced its first modular treater skid.

"We think of ourselves as an innovation company," he said. "Our goal, of course, is to meet the needs of our customers, to solve problems for them to make them more successful."

Challenges

The manufacturing sector has faced challenges in the past, particularly during the recession. At the low point in 2010, Minnesota dropped down to 288,300 jobs in the sector, Hanson said.

Steffes lost employees as well when the oil boom started to dwindle, Eidenschink said, but he noted growth and innovation has helped the company return to its 2014 numbers. He said the company has about 320 employees and wants to hire 35 to 40 people this year.

One challenge that manufacturers could face in the coming years is worker availability, especially as baby boomers begin to retire.

It's a concern shared by manufacturers in Minnesota as well, according to a report from manufacturing magazine Enterprise Minnesota. A poll conducted by Meeting Street Research, which is cited in the magazine, suggests 68 percent of manufacturing respondents in Minnesota found it difficult to attract qualified candidates to fill vacancies.

"There is a shift in our educational system away from the industrial arts programs," Eidenschink said. "There is a great unmet need for technical skills in manufacturing. There are some predictions that there are going to be about 2 million jobs that go unfilled in the next few years because the baby boomers are retiring."

Still, industry and economic leaders still feel manufacturing is heading in the right direction, both nationally and locally.

"I don't think it gets the bulk of the attention that does go to agriculture and energy, but it is a wonderful place to do business in because often manufacturers are supporting those industries," Eidenschink said of manufacturing in North Dakota.

Making It: Manufacturers Confident About Future of Industry - Grand Forks Herald

read more


          Bakken oil is back, hungrier than ever    

WATFORD CITY — From Watford City and Williston and places all around the oilfield, companies came to Watford City’s first big job fair in the Rough Rider Center. The companies were hungry to hire, and hire they did, many times right on the spot. But most of the companies went home with fewer prospects than they had available jobs.“I don’t know what everyone else is doing, but I have my three hiring managers here and we are doing interviews and making conditional offers on the spot,” said Doug Kirkwood, with Select Energy Services. 

The conditions included passing a drug screening and background check. Ten conditional offers had been made at the midpoint of the first fair, leaving another 20 positions still open.

Read the article in the Williston Herald.

The job fair attracted about 225 people, which Kirkwood said was better than he expected given it’s the first. Hiring in the Bakken, he said, is a continuous operation.

“With the turnover and the growth and the future, you just have to go ahead and hire and hope your plan is correct,” he said.

Select Energy has been in the Bakken about five years now, buying out International Western Company, which itself was formed about eight years ago. The company provides fresh water to hydraulic fracturing sites.

Among the company’s specialities is pumping the water, which takes about 100 trucks off the roads, Kirkwood said.

“We map the ponds for them, so they can monitor the levels while pumping,” Kirkwood said. “It’s semisonic wavelengths that go in to monitor in real time, and the data can get sent to someone in Houston that hey, this is how much water there is for you to use.”

The company weathered the downturn by hiring conservatively and holding positions open.

“We had very few layoffs, because our CEO just managed the business properly,” Kirkwood said.

The company prefers to hire locals. 

“There’s money to be made here, and it’s nice to put it back to the people who are here,” he said. “Our guys are not rotational. They live here.”

The company would like experience, but they will also train the right person. Honesty, integrity and a willingness to learn and work hard are the key characteristics he’s looking for.  

“We will start someone with no experience,” he said. “Jerry Durden isn’t here, but when he started he had absolutely no experience and now he’s a manager, because he took the time to learn the business.”

Likewise, Panther Pressure Testers, a few booths down, was hiring all levels for both the field and the shop.

“My workload is such with oil coming back that I am turning down jobs,” James Meyer told a prospective employee. “During the slowdown, we never did a layoff. We had our testers work on their own trucks while they had the time, but now they don’t. So I need more shop hands.”

Panther Pressure Testers specializes in blowout prevention pressure testing on drilling and workover rigs, and has been in the Williston Basin since 1991. During the downturn, the company added pipeline pressure testing to its repertoire, and trained a subset of employees whose jobs were at risk, so that it didn’t have to do any layoffs.

“We boast a fleet of 54 vehicles and 31 employees across two states,” Meyer said. “We just built a 25,000 square foot facility from the ground up here in Watford City.”

Key Energy Services, meanwhile, had talked to more than 100 candidates, several of whom are being considered for their Williston operation.

“Yes, we came to Watford to hire for the Williston area,” said Samuel Gonzalez, Key Energy’s Director of Recruiting.

His applicants hailed from as far away as Bakersfield, California and Arizona. He himself is based in Texas.

“We have some potential hires, which is good, and it’s also good to hear people’s stories,” he said. “People are hearing that the work is coming back to 2014 levels, and there are several candidates ready to go back to work.”

His positions included workover rig crews, floor hands, derrick hands and rig operators, for those with some oilfield experience already. 

He had hired about 20 on the spot at Watford City, but said he wasn’t done yet. He planned to be back in Williston Thursday morning from 8 a.m. to noon for another hiring event.

“If we were to train anyone,” Gonzalez added, “It would be a local hand. You work hard to find someone, and if they’ve never spent a winter up here in North Dakota — well a winter in Arizona just doesn’t compare.”

Perhaps the busiest booth of all, however, was one that adamantly was not hiring on the spot. ONEOK was at a table surrounded by workers talking to hiring managers.

“We are a little more pragmatic in our approach,” said Jamie Kalanick, recruiter. “This is not a job that you will get for three months and then get laid off. We keep people for a long time.”

ONEOK has 31 positions in the Bakken, Kalanick said, and unlike some of the other companies, they are not looking for locals to train. They are looking for the best qualified individuals they can get, wherever they may be.

“We still have the flexibility to offer people packages to move to the area if they aren’t living in the area already,” Kalanick said. 

She felt Watford City’s inaugural job fair had been “pretty good” for their purposes with a steady stream of people. She estimated they had 50 solid prospects by the end of the fair.

“People seem very well prepared, so that is good,” she said. “We have seen a lot of people with trucking experience and various other mixed oilfield jobs, so that has been good.”



read more


          Commerce Awards Grant for Williston State College Workforce Training Program   
By ND Commerce
The North Dakota Department of Commerce announced workforce enhancement grants for Williston State College (WSC) totaling $230,000. Workforce enhancement grants enable two-year colleges to apply for funds to help create or enhance training programs that address workforce needs of North Dakota’s private-sector employers. Projects require a dollar-for-dollar match of all state money with private funds. 

WSC received this grant to develop a “Safe P” training program and a “Well Sharp” training program. The Safe P training includes safety training for lease operators and pumpers to include dump, back pressure and stuffing box processes. The Well Sharp training will train employees at a drilling site on how to recognize, prevent and address well blow-out situations. WSC secured matching funds totaling $230,763 for the programs.  

“Companies continue to train current and future employees for high-demand positions for their industry,” Deanette Piesik, CEO of TrainND, a division of Williston State College. “Both programs allow individuals to upgrade their skills and knowledge to maintain well sites.” 

Grant funding may be used for curriculum development, equipment, recruiting participants, and training and certifying instructors. Funds may not be used to supplant funding for current operations. 

“The workforce enhancement grants help increase the capacity of our higher education institutions like WSC to provide a consistent stream of qualified workers educated right here in North Dakota,” said Wayde Sick, Workforce Development Director at the North Dakota Department of Commerce. “The partnership of industry, education, and state and local governments is needed to meet the developing workforce needs of North Dakota.” 

The Workforce Enhancement Council reviews all proposals and provides funding recommendations to the commissioner of the North Dakota Department of Commerce. The council consists of the private-sector membership of the North Dakota Workforce Development Council, the state director of the Department of Career & Technical Education, and the division director of the Workforce Development Division of the North Dakota Department of Commerce, who serves as the chair. 

The North Dakota Department of Commerce works to improve the quality of life for North Dakota citizens by leading efforts to attract, retain and expand wealth. Commerce serves businesses and communities statewide through committed people and partners who offer valuable programs and dynamic services. 

For more North Dakota news and information go to www.NDCommerce.com.

read more


          Internship Opportunities Take Flight as North Dakota Drone Industry Expands   
By Grand Forks Herald
The offices of Grand Forks unmanned aircraft systems firms are getting more crowded as interns begin to settle in and start carving out their roles in the ever-evolving industry.

Internship opportunities in the field vary from positions requiring students to be behind the controls of aircraft to placing them at the keyboard of a computer, a reflection of the wide variety of jobs employers are looking to fill.

"We've worked through some programs at the state to make sure that we're doing everything we can to make these students into highly skilled employees and help the North Dakota economy by creating new jobs and wealth," said Matt Dunlevy, president and CEO of SkySkopes.

The 10 positions at SkySkopes, which conducts aerial inspections of infrastructure, and others being filled at area companies are a testament to the fast-paced growth of the industry, which allows relatively young firms to support several interns.

Confidence in the sector has been growing steadily in recent months, with another shot in the arm delivered when the Federal Aviation Administration revealed its finalized regulations for unmanned aircraft weighing less than 55 pounds used for commercial and governmental purposes.

When the rules go live in August, many in the unmanned industry predict an economic boon. Anticipation and investment in unmanned technology prior to the regulations' release also helped boost business locally, paving the way for internship positions as well.

The uptick in business means three summer interns for Field of View, a Grand Forks business specializing in creating sensors and software for mapping and modeling data collected by unmanned aircraft.

"We've really had to strategically manage our growth because if we would have hired this many people two or three years ago, I'm not sure we would have had the business to support them," CEO David Dvorak said.

Collaborative education

Both Field of View and SkySkopes are striving to provide their students with real-world experiences that will complement their education and be attractive to future employers.

And much like the unmanned industry in Grand Forks, these interns are collaborating with peers at other companies.

On Wednesday, the SkySkopes group met up with Field of View just south of Grand Forks for a test flight.

Interns with SkySkopes are recruited from UND's Unmanned Aircraft Systems Program, and each student is provided with training on how to fly an aircraft and retrieve and store data, along with learning the ropes of running a business and filing paperwork with the FAA.

The background of Field of View's interns aren't rooted in the university's UAS program but are varied and include electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and geography majors.

"I definitely didn't think I would land anything like this," said Jacob Nordberg, a UND senior studying geography. "I thought I was kind of thinking I was going to go with urban planning or something like that, but I've taken some image processing courses at UND, and it definitely relates really well to what I'm doing here. I think it's been an invaluable experience."

At the company's Grand Forks office, Nordberg and fellow interns Jack Heichel and Alex Heyd work on a variety of projects ranging from testing cameras to crunching and mapping data to using the data to build 3-D models of objects. Working with them is Francisco Madera, who started as Field of View's first intern in February but has since moved into a full-time position.

During Wednesday's flight, the two company teams worked together to collect sample data the Field of View crew will use on the job. The field test provided an opportunity for SkySkopes' group to gain more experience in flight operations.

"We really want to put them through the internship program because we're trying to make the most highly educated and safest UAS pilots in North Dakota and ultimately in the nation," Dunlevy said.

SkySkopes' ultimate goal is to create 50 jobs in five years through the program, Dunlevy added.

Internship Opportunities Take Flight as North Dakota Drone Industry Expands - Grand Forks Herald

read more


          New Federal Regulations for Small Drones Receive Positive Feedback from North Dakota Industry Members   
By Grand Forks Herald
The Federal Aviation Administration debuted a set of long-awaited regulations governing the use of unmanned aircraft Tuesday that were met with fanfare from local and national members of the industry.

The rules are targeted at small unmanned aircraft, also known as drones, used for commercial and public applications and contain requirements for their operation and qualifications for their pilots.

David Dvorak, CEO of Field of View in Grand Forks, has been waiting years for the FAA to finalize regulations for unmanned aircraft.

"The level of restriction up until this point has been pretty horrendous so this seems like a walk in the park compared to what we have been working under," he said of the new requirements.

The rules, formally known as Part 107 of the Federal Aviation Regulations, will take effect in late August, and will apply to drones weighing less than 55 pounds.

These regulations pave the way for commercial operations utilizing unmanned aircraft, which currently are prohibited unless an exemption is obtained from the FAA. The agency had granted more than 5,000 exemptions prior to the unveiling of Part 107 — about 20 of which have gone to North Dakota-based companies.

Industry experts say the rules' release spells good news for the economy, with estimates predicting more than 100,000 jobs could be created and $82 billion generated over the next 10 years as a result.

Drone operations by public agencies such as sheriff and police departments also are included in the new regulations. Previously, these groups needed to acquire a certificate of authorization that spelled out conditions for flight.

"We are part of a new era in aviation, and the potential for unmanned aircraft will make it safer and easier to do certain jobs, gather information and deploy disaster relief," U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said in a statement Tuesday.

Requirements

The first draft of the rules for small unmanned aircraft was published last year, but regulations in general have been a long-awaited by those in the industry.

In 2012, the FAA received a congressional mandate to integrate UAS technology into national airspace by September 2015. The deadline came and went with no rules finalized, leaving the industry to await this week's release.

Dvorak and others predict the news will inspire more confidence in the technology and produce an uptick in economic activity as businesses prepare for the rule to become active.

"As a company that provides software and hardware for drone operators, I'd imagine this release will give a lot more people confidence to start investing in equipment, training and software in the next 60 days," Dvorak said.

Come August, drone pilots can fly at an altitude of 400 feet or less, cannot fly directly over people not involved in a flight operation and must maintain a safe distance from airports unless permission is received from the facilities in Class B,C, D and E airspace.

Part 107 prohibits flying unmanned aircraft in Class A airspace, which spans from 18,000 to 60,000 above sea level. Flights are allowed in Class G airspace, which is considered uncontrolled airspace, without permission from air traffic control.

Drone pilots must be certified and at least 16 years old unless supervised by someone holding a remote pilot certificate.

The certificate would be obtained by passing an initial aeronautical knowledge test at a FAA-approved knowledge testing center or through other means if a person has an existing non-student Part 61 pilot certificate. Background checks on all remote pilot applications would be conducted by the Transportation Security Administration prior to issuance of a certificate.

Other requirements include always operating a drone within line of sight, flying during the day, not exceeding a groundspeed of 100 mph and avoiding reckless operations.

Missing pieces

Though Part 107 lays groundwork for the continued growth of unmanned industry, some found there still are important provisions missing from it.

"While the approved regulations are a step in the right direction for the drone industry, we still have a long way to go, specifically when it comes to long-distance or beyond-visual-line-of-sight drones," Tero Heinonen, CEO of Sharper Shape, said in a statement.

Heinonen, whose company operates out of Palo Alto, Calif., and Grand Forks, and others see beyond-line-of-sight as crucial to the continued development of drone technology.

Those wishing to conduct operations beyond line of sight or at night need to receive a waiver from the FAA, but it's likely that will be a temporary fix much like the commercial exemption process.

"With this new rule, we are taking a careful and deliberate approach that balances the need to deploy this new technology with the FAA's mission to protect public safety," FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said in a statement. "We're already working on additional rules that will expand the range of operations."

Overall, reaction to the rule's release has been favorable with advocacy groups such as the Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International and the Academy for Model Aeronautics commending the FAA in allowing the industry to continue advancing.

Easier access to the industry does spell more competition for those already established within it.

"The challenge isn't over, it's really just beginning," Dvorak said. "Now everyone is kind of on an equal playing field. There have been companies that have come and gone over the years here, but now everyone has the opportunity to generate income from day one.

"It'll be interesting to see how the market handles that."

New Federal Regulations for Small Drones Receive Positive Feedback from North Dakota Industry Members - Grand Forks Herald

read more


          Diverse Economy Keeping State Healthy, Anderson says: State Commerce Commissioner says ND Remains in Good Shape Despite Budget Shortfall   
By The Jamestown Sun
North Dakota’s economy is more diverse than what some think and that is why it is still strong despite a $2 billion hit to the state economy, according to Alan Anderson, commissioner of the North Dakota Department of Commerce.

That kind of drop would really hurt the $18 billion North Dakota economy in 2000, and it still hurt in 2015, but the difference now is the state has a $55 billion economy, Anderson said in his keynote address Wednesday at the annual meeting of the Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp.

“It is going to be pain for the state budget but overall North Dakota is extremely healthy from an economic standpoint,” Anderson said, adding that legislators and agencies will continue to face pressure to cut costs.

A diversified economy means the state must continue providing research dollars to universities and industry partners while also ensuring dollars for other growth and entrepreneurism, he said.

The Spiritwood Energy Park Association’s industrial park at Spiritwood is an example of best practices, Anderson said. It provides water, electricity, natural gas, rail and truck transportation and the essentials for industry at one spot. The new Jamestown Regional Medical Center facility, the Menards and economic parks are other signs of good innovation, he said.

“My hat is off to all of you,” Anderson said. “You’re doing a great job on that.”

Another key to the strong economy is the North Dakota workforce, which has gone from a labor exporter in 2000 to leading the nation in low unemployment and worker immigration for six years, he said. Despite three years of low ag prices and a 40 percent drop in oil, there are 15,000 job openings in North Dakota, he said.

“It’s not due to one particular industry like some would have you believe,” he said. “It’s been that all of our industries have done well over that time frame.”

To get people to come to North Dakota employment and opportunities are needed, he said. North Dakota has grown in population by over 100,000 people in the last 15 years and the average age is 35, the fourth-youngest population in the country. That happened by creating a business-friendly environment, supporting research and connecting universities with industry, entrepreneurship and finding export markets outside of the state and country, he said.

Anderson listed some of the major companies in North Dakota that are growing and currently list around 15,240 job openings. That is nearly twice the number of the 2.9 percent unemployment rate in North Dakota, he said.

For example, Appareo Systems started with two people and now has an average growth rate of 45 percent with close to 200 employees, he said. The North Dakota company Botink just received a $3 million investment to provide software support to the drone industry.

Northrop just made a $10 million investment in Grand Forks, he said. General Atomics has 25 high-income job openings

Agriculture has had three years of low commodity prices but North Dakota overall is still on a good trajectory, he said. The downside is labor as technology allows for higher productivity with fewer people involved in the process, but the upswing is value-added ag with corporations like Cavendish Farms helping to minimize the impact of low commodity prices, he said.

Anderson said the cost to break even in oil is around $45 a barrel when it used to be $70. This is due to efficiency and technology, he said. Bakken shale is doing better than other shale fields around the country, he said. Drilling will remain idle with $40 per barrel prices, he said, and at $50 per barrel it will stimulate more wells coming online and at $60 there will be new drilling.

“The outlook is good there and as that price continues to go up they will pick up quicker than they would have in the past,” he said.

Connie Ova, CEO of JSDC, Jamestown Mayor Katie Andersen and Mark Klose, chairman of the Stutsman County Commission, presented H&H Holdings of Jamestown with the Growing Jamestown Award. Jim Grueneich, general manager, and Dean Hafner, owner, were present to accept.

H&H received a $43,000 Flex PACE Interest buy down to help purchase a building, according to the JSDC annual report. H&H continues to operate at its current rate and has created seven full- time jobs.

Diverse Economy Keeping State Healthy, Anderson says: State Commerce Commissioner says ND Remains in God Shape Despite Budget Shortfall - The Jamestown Sun 

read more


          Inside Fargo, America's Most Undervalued Tech Hub   
By Fortune
Editor's Note: Congratulations to the many Fargo-area businesses mentioned in this article. Many of them have participate in ND Commerce programs such as Innovate ND, Centers of Excellence and Centers of Research Excellence, Research ND and the North Dakota Development Fund.

It gets 50 inches of snow a year and is so cold that its bikeshare moves inside for the winter. But its homegrown tech community is on fire.

The morning of Nov. 12, 2014 was well below freezing in Fargo, the largest city in North Dakota. By the time Shawn Muehler took the stage before an audience of 150, the theater, located just a few blocks west of the Red River, had warmed up. Entrepreneurs, students, professors and business leaders shuffled down the aisles with free cups of coffee. For the audience, it was time for Fargo’s 1 Million Cups, a robust startup community-building initiative from the Kaufman Foundation that’s a kind of church for entrepreneurs. For Muehler, it was time to talk about drones.

Standing on stage with one of his drones, Muehler—a Fargo native, Air Force officer, and seasoned pilot—had six minutes to present his business idea, the result of several months of white-board calculating, late-night brainstorming, and endless code tinkering. He described the collision risks found in an airspace that is increasingly crowded with aircraft and drones. The software that he and his small team of pilots, developers, and engineers wanted to build, he explained, would create a safety net for drone pilots, enabling them to track their unmanned vehicles in real time using existing cellular networks.

Muehler’s presentation was followed by vigorous applause and a round of questions. As is tradition at 1 Million Cups, the entrepreneur was asked one final query: “How can we as a community help you succeed?” And so he answered. Within five days, Muehler tells Fortune, he had five funding opportunities from people in the community. The ensuing $500,000 seed investment allowed him to double his workforce and move to a larger office downtown.

Last spring the company, now called Botlink, launched the beta version of its drone-tracking application, which it says is the world’s first commercially available drone safety and control platform. In June, Botlink announced a joint venture with Fargo’s power management company, Packet Digital, to raise $15 million on the same day that it co-hosted Fargo’s inaugural Drone Focus Conference. By this fall, the company had launched its first product: a piece of data-processing hardware that’s compatible with every drone on the market.

When I visited the Botlink office in September, the staff had just returned from a drone conference in Las Vegas where they’d run out of brochures the first day and flummoxed some West Coast startups who didn’t realize they had competitors in Fargo. Half-empty containers of drones now littered the floor around the reception desk, making the office look like the home of a robot family unpacking from a long trip. In the workshop down the hall, a plane with a 14-foot wingspan sat on a desk, and Muehler, wearing a Batman t-shirt, was one of the first to tell me what makes Fargo special.

Well before I arrived in Fargo, I’d heard about Silicon Prairie—the Heartland’s version of Silicon Valley—with noteworthy startup activity in larger cities like Omaha, Des Moines, and Kansas City. I knew Fargo was on the eastern border of the state, far from the oil activity in the Bakken region. I’d read that it’s home to the country’s third-largest Microsoft  MSFT 0.65% campus and nearly 30,000 college students. The average age of Fargo residents is 31. Its unemployment rate is among the lowest in the nation. I had already grasped enough about this city of 105,000 to easily dismiss the Siberia-esque picture painted in the 1996 Coen brothers film of the same name. I envisioned a burst of Technicolor popping from a vast expanse of plains.

The tech scene that I visited in September was markedly different from the one I had first heard about in 2013. Two years ago Emerging Prairie, a startup news and events organization, was beginning to establish itself; today it co-organizes wildly popular events such as 1 Million Cups, TEDxFargo, and a monthly gathering called Startup Drinks. Thanks to local startup Myriad Mobile, which spun out of a student-run incubator, Fargo has begun hosting the annual Midwest Mobile Summit. A nonprofit has started offering coding classes for women. Meetups have launched for hackers, gamers, developers, geeks, and even bitcoin enthusiasts.

Fargo companies are also beginning to appear in the national spotlight. Intelligent InSites, which provides tracking real-time operational intelligence for the healthcare industry, is experiencing explosive growth. So is Appareo Systems, a leader in electronic and computer products for the aerospace and defense industries. A handful of gaming companies have surfaced in the area; one is developing a virtual reality horror game and another is building a woodland survival adventure game called On My Ownfor Xbox One. A team from North Dakota State University has engineered an affordable, 3D-printed prosthetic arm. Two locals have started a funeral webcasting service. Another startup has developed an autonomous tractor.

With all of this activity, how does a place like Fargo end up as one of the most undervalued, overlooked tech communities in the United States? That’s why I wanted to meet Greg Tehven, the executive director and co-founder of Emerging Prairie and affectionately known as Fargo’s ambassador, when I visited the city this fall. On a warm Sunday afternoon, I found him at a community lunch for new Americans, set up for several hundred on a basketball court on the west side of town. Characteristic of the region, the wind blew like it was trying to prove something; strong guests sent naan cartwheeling across curry vegetables and off paper plates. Young Bhutanese girls danced barefoot on the asphalt in sequined dresses the color of Gerber daisies.

Tehven is a soft-spoken, dyed-in-the-wool millennial, a fifth-generation Fargoian who grew up on a farm and came of age during the Buffalo Commons era, when people debated a proposal to let buffalo take over the Great Plains. Tehven left Fargo for college, wandered around, felt unfulfilled and returned, determined to build the type of community he wanted to call home. Today, he travels around the country speaking about community-building and teaches social entrepreneurship in India.

“Barriers are being eliminated to contribute to the community here,” he told me. “People who have moved away know they can come back here and do things quickly.” He talked about a radically inclusive culture that has an extraordinary speed of trust. In economic terms, what’s happening in Fargo is that a magnetic downtown is attracting and retaining talent. But Tehven contends that it’s really about love.

“It’s about increasing the amount of love in our community,” he said, noting that it’s hard to be successful on your own. “There’s a co-dependence here.” He said people need each other, whether it’s for harvesting crops or recovering from a flood. If emotional support is absent, innovation will falter.

The next morning, I met Tehven at Prairie Den, a new coworking space in the center of town, above a Chinese restaurant called King House Buffet. Until this summer, it was run by Minneapolis-based CoCo, but they didn’t last a year, Tehven said, because they didn’t embrace the philosophy of giving before getting. Shortly after they left, the space was resurrected as the Den, a funky, art-filled workspace that’s home to Emerging Prairie and a couple start-ups. Hearing the story of this rebirth made me think of the new growth that quickly emerges in forests after controlled burns.

One of the reasons Emerging Prairie was created was to act as a publicity machine for locals who think it’s uncouth to celebrate one’s own achievements. The organization, which is in the process of becoming a nonprofit, now has a staff of four, including a writer, Marisa Jackels, who produces daily stories about the startup scene. She never runs out of content. Tehven has each new staff member read Startup Communities: Building an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Your City by Foundry Group co-founder Brad Feld.

If Fargo had to limit itself to a single story, it would be that of Great Plains Software, a fledgling startup built by North Dakotan Doug Burgum over nearly two decades and acquired by Microsoft in 2001 for $1.1 billion. Today, Microsoft is located on the south side of town and has grown to four buildings with more than 1,500 employees—the company’s third-largest campus in North America.

Burgum went on to found Kilbourne Group, a downtown redevelopment company, and co-found Arthur Ventures, a venture capital group that’s investing in software companies out of a $45 million fund raised in 2013. He’s as close to a godfather as the humble Fargo community will allow. Incidentally, it wasn’t until well after a conversation with a community leader named Joe—who started a downtown farmer’s market, worked on Uber-friendly legislation and is now building a giant mobile sauna—that I found out he was Burgum’s son.

Burgum said Great Plains employees focused on service and had a lot of humility and gratitude; he sees that today in the dozens of startups that employ Great Plains alumni. Like others, he told me that the region’s land and history play a role in today’s technology growth.

“Every farmer and rancher is an entrepreneur and tinkerer and inventor,” he said, “and there’s some of that DNA here. You wouldn’t have ended up here if you weren’t a risk-taker—moving your family from Sweden to a new land with no electricity and very little infrastructure.”

Shane Waslaski, president and CEO of Intelligent InSites, also grew up in the state and said the strong tech community in Fargo can be attributed to a pioneering spirit and an “altruistic desire to nourish each other.” Tenaciousness and perseverance are rooted in the heritage, he said.

From Prairie Den, Tehven and I walked around downtown, popping into offices and meetings unannounced and intercepting folks on Broadway and Roberts Street—as was his plan. I was reminded of the familiarity and ease with which students can have impromptu and rich conversations while walking across a college quad. Time and again, talking to Muehler and other entrepreneurs, I heard stories that made it easy to root for the underdog that is Fargo. I found a level of enthusiasm typically reserved for young political candidates offering hope and promising change. More than once, I saw someone get choked up talking about the place they call home.

We ran into Drew Spooner, a baby-faced serial entrepreneur who started the Hammock Initiative and speaks deadpan about the health benefits of swaying. He now has sponsors and a national following. Then we ran into the woman behind Unglued, a shop selling locally made crafts; and one of the brewers behind Fargo Brewing Company, which makes Wood Chipper India Pale Ale. Much of the day, Tehven, wearing jeans and flannel, walked around with a cup of coffee in his hand. He told me there’s a sense in Fargo that if you talk about something enough, it will become real—whether it’s a hammocking craze or a spontaneous tailgate party.

Among the challenges in a town with so much startup activity is making sure the entrepreneurs have enough support to get over the first-generation hump and maintain momentum even when the initial spotlight fades.

“In cities like San Francisco, Boston, New York, there’s a lot of experience and expertise,” said Miguel Danielson, another Emerging Prairie co-founder. “That’s great for entrepreneurs because it’s scary to do alone. So a lot of what we do at Emerging Prairie is try to bring these folks together.” He lovingly describes Fargo—remote, hundreds of miles from Minneapolis and Winnipeg—as a Gilligan’s Island of sorts. “You’re stuck with the folks you’ve got in the immediate vicinity, so you better be nice to them,” he said, adding that in a small place, he feels especially blessed when he finds others with common interests.

Danielson grew up in Fargo and left for college and Harvard Law School. If it weren’t for the startup culture—which is helping Midwestern communities fight brain drain–he may never have returned. After practicing in Cambridge for several years, he opened Danielson Legal in Fargo, specializing in technology law, and he created Fargo Startup House, where entrepreneurs can live for free.

In the next five years, Danielson predicts a more robust Fargo tech scene, with a few wild successes and some wild failures. When the city sees its first exit success story of this new era—someone who starts with nothing and ends up with hundreds of millions of dollars—he said that will be “one that looms in the minds of people forever.”

At the end of my day in Fargo, I returned to Prairie Den. Spooner was setting up hammocks for an evening event. An Emerging Prairie Tweet read, “We sway while we work.”

That night, I watched a video of Tehven’s TEDxFargo talk. He was speaking at the Fargo Civic Center in 2014, outside of which sits a stone slab with the Ten Commandments.

“The Coen brothers were wrong,” he told the audience. “It isn’t a place of barrenness. It isn’t a place of cold. It’s a place of the most amazing people in the world.”

The following week I had dinner back home with a friend who works in the technology industry, and I told him I thought he should move to Fargo. Yes, it’s a place that gets an average of 50 inches of snow a year, and it’s so cold that the bikeshare moves inside for the winter. But there’s a lot going on there, I told him. Shortly thereafter, I woke up from a dream in which I was on my way back to Fargo. In it, I was with someone—perhaps my tech friend—and felt a sense of urgency. Eager to find housing, I sped westward, not wanting to miss out.

Inside Fargo, America's Most Undervalued Tech Hub - Fortune.com

read more


          Dalrymple, NDSU Officials Dedicate New Stem Building   
By ND Governor's Office
Gov. Jack Dalrymple today joined North Dakota State University officials in celebrating the completion of a state-of-the-art instruction building dedicated to student advancement in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). The three-story STEM Classroom and Lab Building includes 23 labs, nine classrooms, an auditorium and collaborative study areas which will serve as many as 5,000 students a day.
 
“This state-of-the-art instruction building will help the university build on its strong STEM education programs and support greater collaboration across disciplines,” Dalrymple said. “All that we have come to understand about effective teaching is incorporated into this building to enhance student readiness for the great job opportunities of the future.
 
“Buildings that encourage innovation, offer instructional flexibility, and merge multiple fields of study are a great training ground for the real world work environment,” Dalrymple said. “The demand for professionals in the STEM fields continues to grow as a result of our strong economy, and this facility will help NDSU prepare students for great careers right here in North Dakota.”
 
Following Dalrymple’s recommendation, the 63rd Legislative Assembly appropriated $29.4 million for the STEM building’s construction on the NDSU campus. It will be open for classes in January. The 119,000-square-foot building is a departure from traditional academic construction that supports a particular discipline or department.  Instead, the STEM building is student focused and encourages student and faculty collaboration between multiple areas of study.
 
“The building is the first of its kind at NDSU and in North Dakota and signals a new era for teaching and learning at the university,” NDSU President Dean L. Bresciani said. “We greatly appreciate the state of North Dakota making the building possible. This investment will benefit generations of future leaders and innovators.”
 
Dalrymple also led the establishment of the North Dakota Higher Education Challenge Fund which has supported a major NDSU scholarship endowment for students in the STEM fields. North Dakota-based Doosan and Bobcat Co. contributed $3 million toward the permanent scholarship fund and the state’s Challenge Fund provided $1.5 million in matching funds.
 
For the past 10 years, North Dakota has led the nation in the growth of STEM jobs, adding 37 percent to its STEM workforce of engineers, technicians, and scientists, a U.S. Chamber of Commerce study shows.
 
Among those joining Dalrymple for the STEM building’s dedication were Bresciani, Sen. Tim Flakoll, Doosan, Bobcat Co. North America President Rich Goldsbury, Doosan, Bobcat President and CEO Scott Park, NDSU Student Body President Eric McDaniel and NDSU Provost Beth Ingram.

read more


          Dalrymple, General Atomics Officials Break Ground on Grand Sky UAS Training Academy    
By ND Governor's Office
Gov. Jack Dalrymple today joined General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. CEO Linden Blue to break ground on the aviation company’s unmanned aerial systems (UAS) training academy at Grand Sky, the nation’s first operations-ready UAS business and aviation park. 
 
“General Atomics’ business presence at Grand Sky is a testament to the great work underway to build on North Dakota’s position as the premier destination for UAS research, development and commercialization,” Dalrymple said. “Linden and his leadership team recognize the many opportunities and advantages that North Dakota offers the growing UAS industry and we very much appreciate their investments in North Dakota.”
 
General Atomics is a global leader in the development of unmanned aircraft, including the Predator and Reaper series which are widely used by the U.S. Air Force.  The company is building a 19,400-square-foot hangar with adjacent offices to expand its capacity to provide state-of-the-art flight instruction for aircrews that operate its unmanned aircraft, including Air Force personnel, General Atomics pilots and international customers. Construction on the UAS training academy is expected to be completed next summer.
 
“North Dakota was selected as the site for our new training academy not only because it offers uncongested skies and an optimal test range, but also strong support for the continued development of unmanned aircraft capabilities from local, state, and federal government representatives,” General Atomics Aeronautical CEO Linden Blue said. “This investment in the State of North Dakota will establish North Dakota as the center of excellence for remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) training operations, and airspace integration testing and grow the number of high-tech jobs associated with these activities.” 
 
General Atomics’ UAS training academy will require a full-time staff of flight instructors, pilots, sensor operators, maintenance personnel, and administrators. About 25 General Atomics’ employees will staff the academy during its first year of operations.
 
Dalrymple last met with General Atomics officials in Washington, D.C. in September to discuss the company’s plans for Grand Sky and to offer the state’s continued assistance in developing its Grand Sky UAS training academy.
 
General Atomics is the second global aviation company to become a Grand Sky tenant.  Last month, Northrop Grumman broke ground on a Grand Sky facility that will support its UAS operations.
 
Dalrymple has led the state’s efforts to develop Grand Sky, to establish the Northern Plains UAS Test Site and to position North Dakota as the premier destination for UAS manufacturing, research and development.
 
In all, the state has invested more than $34 million to secure and develop one of only six national UAS test sites, to develop Grand Sky, and to support UAS research and innovation in North Dakota. The state has committed about $13 million for infrastructure projects essential to Grand Sky’s development.
 
Those joining Dalrymple and Blue for General Atomics’ groundbreaking included U.S. Sen. John Hoeven, U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, Congressman Kevin Cramer, Col. Rodney Lewis, commander of the 319 Air Base Wing, Grand Forks Air Force Base and North Dakota Commerce Commissioner Al Anderson.

read more


          North Dakota Development Fund Celebrates Investment Milestone   
By ND Commerce
The North Dakota Development Fund, an investment program within the North Dakota Department of Commerce, recently awarded its $100,000,000th investment.

 “Since the inception of the Development Fund, it has invested $104 million in 573 companies with over $36 million invested in rural communities,” Development Fund CEO Dean Reese said. “These investments have contributed to the projected creation of 10,683 primary sector jobs and helped seven start-up businesses begin operations in North Dakota in 2014 to 2015, three of which were in rural communities.”

 The North Dakota Development Fund was created in 1991 as an economic development tool. It provides flexible gap financing through debt and equity investments for new or expanding North Dakota primary sector businesses.

 “Over the past 24 years, the Development Fund has proven to be a valuable resource for business development, significantly contributing to job creation,” Commerce Commissioner Al Anderson said. “As we continue to grow and diversify our economy, it is important that we provide the financing resources needed to help support business start-up or expansion projects in our state.”

 The North Dakota Development Fund coordinates efforts between all the sources of financing, the business and the community. Any project considered for financing must be feasible and have a reasonable chance of succeeding. The fund is a secondary source of financing, which can be subordinate to private sources. If a business can't handle added debt, the Development Fund can take an equity financing position.

 The Development Fund administers six investment programs, which includes the Regional Rural Revolving Loan Fund, which provides funding for primary-sector projects located in a community of less than 8,000 in population or located more than five miles outside the city limits. 

 The North Dakota Department of Commerce works to improve the quality of life for North Dakota citizens by leading efforts to attract, retain and expand wealth. Commerce serves businesses and communities statewide through committed people and partners who offer valuable programs and dynamic services.

For more North Dakota news and information go to www.NDCommerce.com.

read more


          Dalrymple Celebrates Evolution1 Groundbreaking   
By ND Governor's Office
Gov. Jack Dalrymple today joined Evolution1 employees to break ground on the growing technology company’s West Fargo office building.  A leading provider of cloud-based, consumer-directed healthcare and defined contributions payment solutions, Evolution1 has grown from a workforce of two to about 150 team members in the Fargo area.
 
“Evolution1 is another North Dakota success story and a great example of the leading innovation that is creating jobs and driving our continued economic growth,” Dalrymple said. “This building project will support Evolution1’s continued innovation and growth and it reflects our strong business climate and the ongoing economic development that sets North Dakota apart.”
 
Dalrymple joined Evolution1 leaders and other officials in breaking ground on a 40,000-square-foot office building that will bring all of the company’s local employees under one roof and support continued growth. Evolution1, a WEX company, provides technology solutions to 125,000 employer groups and more than 12 million healthcare consumers across the United States and Canada.
 
Evolution1 officials said North Dakota’s positive business climate and strong state support, including its workforce development services, played an important role in the company’s decision to build in West Fargo.  The company also has offices in Edina, Minn., Hartford, Conn., and St. Louis, Mo.
 
Those joining Dalrymple to break ground on the $8-million project included Evolution1 Senior Vice President and General Manager Jeff Young, WEX, Inc. President and CEO Melissa Smill, U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp and West Fargo Mayor Rich Mattern.
 

read more


          Sponsor ISM of Silicon Valley to Reach the Buying Supply Management Professional   

Presented by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) of Silicon Valley

San Jose, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/24/2014 -- Sponsor ISM of Silicon Valley as a cost effective way in reaching the global corporate buying community. If an organization's goal is to reach the worldwide supply management professional, becoming a Sponsor is a key way to accomplish the feat.

Ultriva, Inc. is among the Sponsors of ISM of Silicon Valley with its CEO stating, "It is important to support the efforts of the supply chain community, in particular networking and sharing best practices. We are proud to sponsor the Silicon Valley affiliate of the Institute for Supply Management."

Becoming a Sponsor of ISM of Silicon Valley for 12 month term includes: (1) Featured placement on ISM of Silicon Valley's website and other social media sites. (2) Business profile in ISM-SV's Supplier Sponsor Directory with links to the Sponsor's online sites, such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, etc. and (3) Cross promotion for one live or virtual educational presentation per sponsorship.

The public view of Sponsor Directory includes "search" functionality based on tags/keyword provided by the Sponsor. This allows buying corporations not only learn about the Sponsor's existence and diversity classification, but also assist the buyer in sourcing the Sponsor's product and/or services. To view ISM of Silicon Valley's Sponsor Directory go to: http://bit.ly/ViewSponsors

If the Sponsor is a small business and/or a diversity classified supplier, becoming a sponsor of ISM of Silicon Valley offers a cost effective way to reach the supplier sourcing community at the local and global level.

Sponsorship in Institute for Supply Management (ISM) of Silicon Valley is a virtual and modern method for suppliers to be seen within the worldwide supplier sourcing community. To become a Sponsor of the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) of Silicon Valley, go to: http://bit.ly/BecomeSponsor

For more information on becoming a Sponsor in Institute for Supply Management (ISM) of Silicon Valley: Please email: contact@ismsiliconvalley.org

About Institute for Supply Management (ISM) of Silicon Valley
An affiliate of the Institute for Supply Management® (ISM®), the first supply management institute in the world. Founded in 1915, ISM's mission is to enhance the value and performance of procurement and supply chain management practitioners and their organizations worldwide. By executing and extending its mission through education, research, standards of excellence and information dissemination — including the renowned monthly ISM® Report On Business® — ISM maintains a strong global influence among individuals and organizations. ISM is a not-for-profit educational association that serves professionals with an interest in supply management who live and work in more than 80 countries. ISM offers the Certified Professional in Supply Management® (CPSM®) and Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity® (CPSD®) certifications.

Institute for Supply Management (ISM) of Silicon Valley (A non-profit organization)
http://www.ismsiliconvalley.org
P.O. Box 32156, San Jose, CA 95152 | contact@ismsiliconvalley.org

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/sponsor-ism-of-silicon-valley-to-reach-the-buying-supply-management-professional-522767.htm

Media Relations Contact

John Semanik
VP Digital Marketing
Institute for Supply Management (ISM) of Silicon Valley
Telephone: 408-497-8042
Email: Click to Email John Semanik
Web: http://www.ismsiliconvalley.org


          Expert Says For Workers and Bosses, It Pays To Stay Flexible   
by Grand Forks Herald
FARGO -- Allison Karl O'Kelly took a musical trivia approach Wednesday when she talked to a Fargo audience about why flexibility is important in today's workplace.

Speaking at the 2015 Governor's Workforce and HR Conference, O'Kelly noted that eight of the top 10 songs of 1965 involved groups, while eight of the top 10 songs of 2014 featured individual artists.

O'Kelly said the modern emphasis on individuality over teamwork extends to the work world, where employees and potential employees are increasingly interested in jobs that offer some type of flexibility.

O'Kelly is the founder and CEO of Mom Corps, a national professional staffing firm with a focus on flexible work.

She was inspired to form the company after she started having children and realized there were others like herself who were looking for flexible work situations.

While flexibility is important to workers, O'Kelly said it is also important to employers who are looking to hire and keep the best talent available.

Companies who don't work on offering flexibility "are going to miss out on this talent," she warned.

That message resonates when many communities in North Dakota are struggling to find qualified workers to fill available job positions.

North Dakota Lt. Gov. Drew Wrigley, who also spoke at Wednesday's conference, underscored the situation when he stated North Dakota has about 20,000 unfilled job openings.

"Every one of those unfilled jobs is unfilled potential," he said, adding that while oil production has been an economic windfall for North Dakota, the region and its workers cannot become complacent.

"We have to stay enthusiastic, we have to stay dynamic," Wrigley said.

O'Kelly said that's also true for workers seeking flexibility in their jobs. Employees, too, must be ready to make concessions when the situation calls for it, she said.

read more


          [J.F. Sebastian] While reading a good discussion at MacInTouch.com about the current state of Ap...   
While reading a good discussion at MacInTouch.com about the current state of Apple Stores and customer experiences in them, one poster gave his opinion of the difference between Steve Jobs and the current Apple executive team that I thought was a good summary of what Apple is lacking without him around:

"Apple has been a lifestyle company since the iPhone was introduced; specifically, the iPhone has created a lifestyle, and therefore the company has filled the gap and "answered the questions" associated with having a society carrying around always-on, always connected, little super-computers. I'm not convinced that the Apple Store we know now, let alone some of Apple's products, are quite what Steve would have approved of. To be honest, when Steve Jobs was alive, he was a bit of a ringmaster and purveyor of taste. What went to production only did so, generally, if he fully approved of it. He was always coaxing out of Ive and many others the product of their talents, and when he was happy with the product of their combined talents, that is when the general public saw it.

Like many organizations which have had dynamic and irreplaceable leaders, like Jobs, no matter how many high-quality, high-talent, lieutenants are in place when that leader departs, all those heads which they used to lead, coach, and coordinate, are now left to their own devices. Tim Cook was, and still is, probably the best CFO in modern business history (of course it should be easy to be an effective CFO if the company you work for is making money). This does not make him a great CEO or leader for Apple, but he is very good an managing billions and billions of dollars in cash, and knows how to make more cash. However, he is not creative and not a tastemaker; not like Jobs. He relies on others in his organization to do that. Although folks like Ive haven't lost any of their talent or personal vision, there is no longer that driving force which is challenging them to higher levels of performance, new ideas, etc.

Which leads us to the current state of many Apple Stores (not all), the rocky introduction of Watch, the unremarkable, and at the same time remarkable, evolution of the iPhone and iPad and many other Apple missteps of recent memory. I think the Apple product line would be very different right now if Steve had lived and continued to be the tastemaker and driving force behind the company. If Steve were around, there wouldn't be 5 different iPhones on sale at the same time. The Mac Pro would never have been allowed to languish, Apple Watch may or may not have come to market when it did, or at all, and maybe not in the form we know now, and I believe that Apple Stores would be places that regular folks and programmers could go and both feel appreciated and receive the service that meets their needs. When he passed, all of those qualities of the old Apple passed with him, and mere mortals now run Apple."

          Dalrymple Announces $5.6 Million in Additional State Funding for Grand Sky UAS Park   
By ND Governor's Office
Gov. Jack Dalrymple announced that Grand Forks County will receive $5.6 million in additional state funding to support the continued development of the Grand Sky Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Business and Aviation Park.
 
“I am pleased to announce that an additional $5.6 million in state funding is available for the continued development of Grand Sky, the nation’s first UAS business park,” Dalrymple said.  “North Dakota’s leadership in the growing UAS industry is attracting national attention and we remain committed to developing our expertise and assets into a national hub for UAS manufacturing, research and development.”
 
Of the $5.6 million in state funding, the state is providing $2.5 million following Grand Sky’s success in securing its first park tenant - global aerospace giant Northrop Grumman.  An additional $3.1 million in state funding is also available to upgrade a flight tarmac and other infrastructure that will support UAS testing and flight operations. The 2015 Legislature appropriated another $4.4 million contingent upon Grand Sky’s further development.
 
North Dakota has provided more than $30 million to advance UAS research and development and is collaborating with organizations statewide to build this emerging industry. Within its borders, North Dakota already has all the components needed to support UAS education, training, research and commercialization.
 
The Grand Sky UAS Business and Aviation Park, located on the grounds of the Grand Forks Air Force Base, is under construction and will provide state-of-the-art facilities for UAS development, testing and training, sensor technology development and data analysis and management. It capitalizes on the state’s UAS test site, the expertise of regional academic institutions such as the University of North Dakota's UAS Center of Excellence. Grand Sky’s facilities are expected to accommodate companies, educational institutions, government contractors and public agencies involved in the UAS sectors.
 
Dalrymple announced the state’s latest funding commitment for Grand Sky at the Grand Forks County Office Building.  Those joining Dalrymple included members of the Grand Forks County Commission, Grand Forks County Regional Economic Development President and CEO Klaus Thiessen, Grand Sky Development President Tom Swoyer and North Dakota Commerce Commissioner Al Anderson.
 
Officials with Grand Sky and the North Dakota Department of Commerce have actively recruited Northrop Grumman, General Atomics and other aviation companies to establish a UAS presence at Grand Sky and to utilize the nation’s first UAS test site. Sen. John Hoeven and Rep. Kevin Cramer are meeting with General Atomics executives in Grand Forks today.
 
Dalrymple has led the state’s efforts to establish a national UAS test site in North Dakota and to develop a national hub for UAS manufacturing, research and development. Working toward those goals, some of the state’s notable achievements include:
 
  • May 2013 - Dalrymple established the Northern Plains Unmanned Aerial Systems Authority.  The six-member authority, chaired by Lt. Gov. Drew Wrigley, has worked ever since to develop a national UAS test proposal, to earn a test site designation and to develop a test site operation that meets FAA certification.  The authority is charged with overseeing the operations of North Dakota’s UAS test site, including the development of public safety protocols,  privacy safeguards and UAS research and development opportunities. Former 119th North Dakota Air National Guard Commander Col. Robert Becklund serves as director of the Northern Plains UAS Test Site. 
  • December 2013 - The Federal Aviation Administration selects North Dakota to operate one of only six national UAS test sites. The FAA cited North Dakota’s strong proposal, its national standing in aviation and aerospace sciences, university research and development capabilities as well as the state’s diverse climate and open airspace. 
  • April 2014 - North Dakota’s Northern Plains UAS Test Site was the nation’s first to be FAA certified as ready to begin the work of integrating unmanned aerial systems into the national airspace.  
  • February 2015 - The U.S. Air Force and Grand Forks County officials signed an enhanced use lease agreement, paving the way for the development of the Grand Sky UAS Business and Aviation Park. 
  • February 2015 - North Dakota lands its first UAS manufacturing venture when Wahpeton-based ComDel Innovation and Altavian begin manufacturing unmanned aerial systems and UAS components at ComDel’s plant in Wahpeton. 
  • April 2015 - Northrop Grumman Corporation becomes Grand Sky’s anchor tenant. 
  • Since 2013, North Dakota has invested more than $30 million to establish a national UAS test site, to establish Grand Sky and to advance North Dakota’s position as a hub for the nation’s growing UAS industry. 


read more


          North Dakota UAV Business Grows   
By Ag Week
The UAV industry continues to grow and evolve, and Field of View is growing and evolving with it.

New regulations for unmanned aerial vehicles proposed in February by the Federal Aviation Administration “are a breath of fresh air,” says David Dvorak, CEO of Grand Forks, N.D.-based Field of View. “They provide our industry with more confidence that this is going to happen. People are finally starting to invest in the technology, which is good for us.”

The company, which he launched in 2010, seeks to “bridge the gap between unmanned aircraft and precision agriculture,” as the company’s website puts it.

By all accounts, the use of UAVs, also known as drones and unmanned aircraft systems, can be a big plus in agriculture and other industries. The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International estimates easing current restrictions of UAVs would create 70,000 jobs and generate $13.6 billion in economic impact within three years in the U.S.

The FAA’s new proposal, which could be enacted by the fall of 2016, would pave the way for widespread commercial use of drones weighing fewer than 55 pounds. The FAA wants to balance the economic value of commercial use against the safety risk.

“The rule, as proposed, would seem to be good for agriculture,” Dvorak says. “So the regulatory side seems to be falling into place at last.”

Field of View’s flagship product, GeoSnap, generally has drawn more interest overseas because other countries have fewer restrictions on air space. Now, with the FAA proposal, domestic interest is picking up.

GeoSnap is an add-on device for multispectral cameras mounted on either manned or unmanned aircraft. Such cameras capture images in the red, green and near-infrared bands, allowing users to visualize plant stress better than they can with most other camera systems, Dvorak says.

GeoSnap takes images captured by the multispectral camera and maps them with real-world coordinates, a process known as georeferencing. That allows users to know the aerial images’ exact location on the ground.

Field of View recently came out with a less expensive version of GeoSnap, known as GeoSnap Express, “that will be useful for some of our newer customers,” Dvorak says. “Sometimes you just want to try it (the technology), and this is a really good system to help people get up and going with it.”

GeoSnap Express costs $1,450 or $1,950, depending on the model. GeoSnap Pro, the original version, costs $7,000 or $9,000, depending on the model.

Field of View also is offering a new product that involves thermal payloads.

“We’re able to map vegetation temperature across the field, which will help give us an indication of where water stress might be and to detect where plants get sick,” Dvorak says.

And Field of View has begun working with Minneapolis-based PowerOfGround to offer image processing services. For more information, visit www.powerofground.com.

“Some people want to do that (image processing) themselves,” Dvorak says. “Others want somebody to do it for them.”

Dvorak grew up in St. Cloud, Minn., and came to the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks to study engineering. At UND, he developed a special interest in the use of unmanned aircraft and multispectral cameras in precision agriculture.

He and another company employee work in Grand Forks. A third, an engineer, works in California. Field of View uses a Fargo, N.D., company for its international marketing.

“Good things are happening in our industry,” Dvorak says. “And we see that continuing.”

Previously posted in "North Dakota UAV Business Grows - Ag Week"

read more


          Dalrymple Celebrates Completion of Dakota Prairie Refinery   
By ND Governor's Office
Gov. Jack Dalrymple joined employees of MDU Resources Group and Indiana-based Calumet Specialty Products Partners in celebrating the completion of Dakota Prairie Refining, the first greenfield fuels refinery to be built in the United States in nearly 40 years.
 
“The Dakota Prairie Refinery is another example of the great progress we’re making in North Dakota to create good jobs, diversify our economy and to help meet the energy needs of our state and the nation,” Dalrymple said.  “The development of another fuel refinery in North Dakota has been a long-time goal, and I applaud MDU Resources and Calumet for this major achievement – the completion of the nation’s first greenfield fuel refinery in nearly 40 years.”
 
Built about four miles west of Dickinson, the Dakota Prairie Refinery can process 20,000 barrels of Bakken crude oil daily to produce 7,000 barrels of diesel fuel as well as other hydrocarbon products. A joint venture of MDU Resources, the refinery will employ 80 full-time workers and market its diesel fuel throughout the region.
           
Dalrymple began meeting with MDU Resources and Calumet in March 2012 to support the project’s development.  In February 2013, Dalrymple joined company leaders to announce plans for the refinery’s construction. 
 
Those joining Dalrymple to celebrate the refinery’s grand opening included MDU Resources Group President and CEO Dave Goodin, Calumet Board of Directors Chairman Fred Fehsenfeld, U.S. Sen. John Hoeven, U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, Dickinson Mayor Dennis Johnson and North Dakota Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner.

read more


          North Dakota Development Fund Increases Funding Limits for Businesses to $1 Million   
By ND Commerce
The North Dakota Development Fund, a loan program within the North Dakota Department of Commerce, announced today it has increased funding limits from $300,000 to $1 million.
 
“This increase in funding to $1 million will help businesses access capital to help support start-ups or expansion projects across our state,” North Dakota Development Fund CEO Dean Reese said. “North Dakota businesses in need of debt or equity financing can look to the Development Fund as a possible solution. The fund continues to be a valuable resource for business development, providing a strong return on investment for taxpayers and significantly contributing to job creation.”
 
Since the inception of the Development Fund in 1991, it has invested $103 million in 555 companies with over $33 million invested in rural communities. The investments have contributed to the projected creation of 10,683 primary sector jobs. The Development Fund helped seven start-up businesses begin operations in North Dakota in 2013 to 2014, four of which were in rural communities.
 
The North Dakota Development Fund provides flexible gap financing through debt and equity investments for new or expanding North Dakota primary sector businesses. Primary sector businesses create new wealth and are typically manufacturers, food processors and exported service companies.
 
The North Dakota Department of Commerce works to improve the quality of life for North Dakota citizens by leading efforts to attract, retain and expand wealth. Commerce serves businesses and communities statewide through committed people and partners who offer valuable programs and dynamic services.
 
For more North Dakota news and information subscribe to the Commerce News RSS Feed or go to www.NDCommerce.com.
 

read more


          Wrigley, ComDel Mark Completion of First Unmanned Aerial System Built in North Dakota    
By ND Governor's Office
Lt. Gov. Drew Wrigley today joined employees at Wahpeton-based ComDel Innovation, Inc. to celebrate the completion of the first unmanned aircraft manufactured in North Dakota. 
 
“Hats off to the great employees at ComDel Innovation for successfully manufacturing the first North Dakota-made unmanned aerial system,” Wrigley said.  “ComDel’s success represents another milestone in our continuing work to grow North Dakota’s UAS industry and to become a national hub for UAS manufacturing, research and development.
 
“By working together in North Dakota, we have also established the nation’s first UAS business park as well as the nation’s first certified UAS test site,” Wrigley said.  “With every advancement we make, North Dakota becomes even better positioned to attract more UAS-related investment and jobs; to lead the nation’s quest for the safe integration of the technologies; and to further diversify our state economy.”
 
In February, Gov. Dalrymple joined executives from ComDel Innovation. and Florida-based Altavian in announcing the companies’ agreement to manufacture unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and UAS components at ComDel’s high-tech manufacturing plant in Wahpeton.
 
“We are excited to be working with Altavian and to play a role in moving North Dakota’s UAS industry forward,” ComDel Innovation President Jim Albrecht said. “At ComDel Innovation, our expertise in high-tech, high-precision manufacturing is a great fit for the UAS industry and we look forward to the opportunities ahead.”
 
Depending on sales, Albrecht estimates that an additional 10 to 20 employees may be added at ComDel to manufacture unmanned aerial systems at its Wahpeton plant.

ComDel Innovation is a precision manufacturer that integrates all aspects of product development. ComDel’s manufacturing services include precision component fabrication, molding, tooling and stamping dies, injection molding, metal stamping, assembly operations and metal finishing.
 
At ComDel Innovation Friday, Altavian founder and CEO John Perry presented the first North Dakota-made unmanned aerial system to Fargo Air Museum officials, a donation to mark the milestone.
 
Altavian COO Thomas Rambo said his company is in the process of hiring a few local employees to help manage the partnership.  Rambo said Altavian is also pursuing opportunities to partner with the Northern Plains FAA UAS Test Site.

Based in Gainesville, Fla., Altavian provides unmanned aerial systems and associated data collection services with applications in the fields of precision agriculture, infrastructure analysis, natural resource management and conservation for government, commercial and research-based customers.
 
Others who joined Wrigley today at ComDel Innovation included Albrecht, Perry, Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring, Wahpeton Mayor Meryl Hansey and North Dakota Commerce Commissioner Al Anderson.
 
Dalrymple has led the state’s efforts to establish a national UAS test site in North Dakota, to develop the Grand Sky UAS Business and Aviation Park, and to establish North Dakota as a national hub for UAS research and development.

In May 2013, Dalrymple formed the six-member Northern Plains Unmanned Aerial Systems Authority (NPUASA) which was successful in landing one of only six national UAS test site designations approved by the Federal Aviation Administration.  The NPUASA is chaired by Lt. Gov. Wrigley.
 
In April 2014, North Dakota’s Northern Plains UAS Test Site was the nation’s first to be FAA certified as ready to begin the work of integrating unmanned aerial systems into the national airspace.  The state has invested more than $20 million to establish a national UAS test site; to support the development of Grand Sky, a UAS and aviation park located at the Grand Forks Air Force Base and to advance UAS research and development.

Last month, aerospace giant Northrop Grumman signed a lease to become an anchor tenant at the Grand Sky UAS park located on the Grand Forks Air Force Base.

read more


          Dalrymple Celebrates Opening of Petro Serve Headquarters   
By ND Governor's Office
Gov. Jack Dalrymple today joined West Fargo city officials, state officials and employees of Petro Serve USA to celebrate the grand opening of the fuel supply cooperative’s new corporate headquarters in West Fargo.
 
“Petro Serve USA’s new corporate office is a great addition to West Fargo,” Dalrymple said. “The company’s decision to establish its corporate headquarters in this vibrant city is a testament to our ongoing work in North Dakota to create jobs and provide for a business climate that is second to none. We’re proud to have Petro Serve USA in our business community and we’re thankful for the jobs and investment in our state.”
 
Dalrymple congratulated Petro Serve CEO Kent Satrang and other company employees on the completion of their new corporate headquarters and also recognized the customer-owned cooperative for being a leader in providing renewable fuels choices at its 24 regional convenient stores.
 
Since 2009, Dalrymple has worked with the Legislature to reduce property and income taxes by more than $4.2 billion, including a reduction of $618 million in individual and corporate income taxes.
 
Petro Serve USA invested $1.25 million to refurbish an existing building at 1772 West Main Ave. for its new company headquarters, which will support 44 company employees.  Petro Serve USA is a cooperative with about 2,200 member owners and 360 employees. In addition to its convenience stores and fuel pumps, the cooperative also supplies home heating, commercial and agricultural fuel and lubricating oil.
 
Those joining Dalrymple for the grand opening included Satrang, Petro Serve USA COO Clark Erickson, Petro Serve USA President Time Sunde, West Fargo Mayor Rich Mattern and North Dakota Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger.

read more


          DSU Hosts Workshop on Small Business in the Bakken   
By The Dickinson Press
There’s an art to business, especially in the Bakken.Multiple voices gave insight on small businesses in the shale energy sector during a workshop hosted by Dickinson State University on Wednesday at the Strom Center.

The event featured both local and out-of-state experts and business leaders. The Small Business Development Center of North Dakota was responsible for organizing the workshop.

Dan Brockett, an educator from Penn State specializing in the shale energy industry, began the workshop with an overview of the industry. He said it was unique to the continent.

“We have shale plays all over the world, but none of them have really taken off, except in North America,” Brockett said.

He attributed this to aggressive entrepreneurs and private mineral ownership of resources underground.

Brockett stressed the importance of sustained interaction between shale energy industry companies and their communities. Otherwise, he said, it can be detrimental.

“If we don’t have the permission of our communities that we’re doing business in to do that business, it’ll go away,” Brockett said. “And it has.”

He cited New York, western Maryland and France as places where communities have banned hydraulic fracturing, which he feared could happen elsewhere as a result of poor public relations.

Brockett said the shale energy business is one that is “loyalty-based,” where someone who can “do the job and keep on doing the job” will remain in the business.

He said the industry is also based on technology and innovation.

“With this, it’s always changing, always evolving,” Brockett said.

He advised those interested in entering the industry to always keep track of what’s going on.

“It changes so rapidly,” Brockett said.

Jeremy Hancher, a consultant with the Environmental Management Assistance Program in Pennsylvania and a member of the SBDC in the state, said there are certain incentives for businesses to be more green.

“You can create a niche market for yourself and kind of stand out amongst your competitors,” he said.

Hancher said he noticed big fracking businesses in Pennsylvania are starting to prefer doing business with “green” small businesses because they are less likely to violate environmental laws.

He said there is one question that always comes up: “What’s in it for you?”

“You’re trying to save money and reduce costs, reduce concerns if you do want to do business with a larger company,” Hancher said.

The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed new rules for the 2015-16 year, which he encouraged small businesses to voice their opinions on.

“As the proposals are coming out, it’s very important that you comment on them and let EPA hear what your concerns and your comments are,” he said.

The workshop included a panel of local business leaders and advisors that answered questions about starting and sustaining a small business in the shale energy industry. Ray Ann Kilen, interim associate director of the Strom Center and regional director of the North Dakota SBDC, served as moderator.

The panel consisted of Steffes Corp. CEO Paul Steffes, AWTY Logistics LLC President Elizabeth Vreswyk, North Dakota SBDC Business Advisor Renee Townsend and Alan Anderson, the North Dakota Department of Commerce commissioner.

Vreswyk, whose company produces maps and apps that help workers navigate the Bakken oilfields, said she simply saw a need and acted on it.

She said she could compete with any other logistics company because “you don’t have to call tech support because they’re sitting in Malaysia. I’m actually right here, boots-on-the-ground.”

Steffes said his manufacturing company remained small for some time after the first oil boom in the late ’70s and early ’80s, but he said it always adapted to what was required in the market.

He said things changed about eight years ago when Marathon Oil asked them to make some oil tanks. At the time, they were not in the oil business.

“We had never made an oil tank in our life,” Steffes said.

Since then, Steffes said his company has grown to 310 employees, and 75 percent of its products are now related to oil.

When Kilen asked for tips on surviving as a small business in the energy industry, both Vreswyk and Steffes said having the courage to try new things was key.

“We feel we must reinvent ourself every five years,” Steffes said, emphasizing innovation.

DSU Hosts Workshop on Small Business in the Bakken - The Dickinson Press

read more


          Air Force’s Economic Impact Rebounds From Past Lows but Down From Peak   
By Grand Forks Herald
Grand Forks Air Force Base had a $252 million economic impact on the region in 2014, an increase of nearly 24 percent over the previous year's $203.7 million.

The base's annual economic impact analysis, released this week, shows that the impact has increased by 33 percent since the 10-year low point of $189 million in 2011, the year the first Global Hawk high-altitude drone arrived in Grand Forks.

In 2010, the last KC-135 air refueling tanker left Grand Forks as the base moved from a refueling mission to unmanned aerial systems under the 69th Reconnaissance Group of the 319th Air Base Wing.

"That's great news. A $250 million impact is huge," said Bruce Gjovig, director of the Center for Innovation at UND. "The Global Hawk mission has certainly been the catalyst for growth."

The report for Fiscal 2014, which ended Sept. 30, shows the base had 1,586 active duty airmen. While that's slightly fewer than the 1,615 on the same date in 2013, it's nearly 400 more than in 2011.

The total number of personnel, including airmen, family members and civilians at the base totaled 3,984, compared with 4,116 in 2013 and 3,741 in 2011.

The report also estimated annual dollar value of jobs created by the base at $35.9 million, an increase of $2.1 million from 2013 and a rise of $6 million since 2011.

The air base's economic impact is the third largest in the Grand Forks region, trailing only UND and the agricultural industry, according to Barry Wilfahrt, president and CEO of the Grand Forks and East Grand Forks Chamber of Commerce.

"Grand Forks Air Force Base is providing a lot of good quality jobs," he said. "Obviously it's a vital part of not just Grand Forks' economy, but the whole state of North Dakota's economy."

In 2013, the air base was the 12th largest employer in Grand Forks County, according to Job Service North Dakota.

Despite growth over the past year, the base still lags nearly 42 percent behind the mark of 2008, when 2,189 active duty airmen were stationed in Grand Forks and the local economic impact totaled $433.9 million.

The 319th Air Base Wing at Grand Forks recently received the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for 2014, while several units within the 319th also received awards for outstanding performance last year, according to the report.

"We should be proud of our base, and we are proud of the base. It's a major, major part of our community," said Tom Ford, coordinator of the Grand Forks Base Realignment Impact Committee. "It shows that we really have one of the hidden jewels in the Air Force in Grand Forks."

Air Force’s Economic Impact Rebounds From Past Lows but Down From Peak - Grand Forks Herald

read more


          Hoeven Introduces Legislation to set Interim UAS Rules   
Grand Forks Herald
Senator John Hoeven, R-N.D., introduced legislation Tuesday to set temporary guidelines for operating small commercial unmanned aircraft systems while the Federal Aviation Administration develops more permanent rules for the new technology.ADVERTISEMENTHoeven introduced the Commercial UAS Modernization Act with Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., in an effort to speed up the development process for an industry some see becoming a major part of the North Dakota and national economy. The FAA largely bans commercial use of UAS, but companies can receive an exemption.

"The sooner we allow the broader use of this technology, the more quickly the U.S. will realize the many societal and economic benefits of UAS," said Brian Wynne, president and CEO of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, in a statement.

The bill would allow UAS operators to certify aircraft and pilots with six federally designated test sites, one of them being in North Dakota, Hoeven said. Operators would have to fly under proposed FAA rules for small commercial UAS, which limit flights to daylight hours, to within an operator's line of sight, and under an altitude of 500 feet.

Hoeven said it could be a couple of years before the FAA rules are finalized.

The bill is "an effort to expedite the process because we're falling behind other countries," Hoeven said in an interview with the Herald. "This uses the test sites to speed up the process so that our companies can move forward with developing unmanned aircraft."

Tests

The six FAA test sites were set up to research integrating unmanned aircraft safely into the national airspace. North Dakota was named one of the sites in late 2013.

AUVSI estimates that the UAS industry will create more than 100,000 new jobs within 10 years of airspace integration. Small UAS are expected to be used in a variety of industries, including agriculture and energy.

The FAA announced its proposed rules for small UAS in February, but some worry that the government is moving too slowly to regulate the industry.

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., joined Hoeven in writing a letter to FAA Administrator Michael Huerta last year in part to express concern about delays operators face in getting permission to fly.

"These delays force those manufacturers and operators who play by the rules to sit on the sidelines while they wait for approval while others chance fines and operate without any certification from the FAA, which raises serious concerns about public safety," Heitkamp, Hoeven, Booker and two other senators wrote in November.

Hoeven's and Booker's bill also creates a deputy FAA administrator responsible for the integration of UAS into the national airspace and "builds a reasonable framework for the registration and use of UAS," according to Hoeven's press release. It also requires operators to report crashes to the FAA.

The FAA doesn't comment on pending legislation, a spokeswoman said Tuesday evening.

"The Commercial UAS Modernization Act sets up clear and immediate rules of the road, helping to lay a foundation that will allow us to make cutting-edge progress in a rapidly emerging field," Booker said in a statement.

Hoeven Introduces Legislation to set Interim UAS Rules - Grand Forks Herald

read more


          Another Major Defense Company Interested in ND Drone Park   
By The Washington Times
The nation's first unmanned aircraft business park currently under construction in North Dakota has a second major defense contractor interested in setting up shop.
 
Linden P. Blue, the CEO of General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc., plans to visit in July to look into Grand Sky, a 1.2 million-square-foot park located on Grand Forks Air Force Base property. The base recently switched its operations from air refueling tankers to unmanned aircraft.
 
U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer said the General Atomics affiliate is looking not only to test aircraft, but train pilots. "They're the kind of prospect that has more than a casual interest, for sure," Cramer said.
 
Among the unmanned aerial systems General Atomics produces are drones for military combat missions. The MQ-1 Predator drones are being flown by the North Dakota Air National Guard and MQ-9 Reaper planes are being used by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Several graduates of the University of North Dakota aviation school are among the more than 6,000 employees for the San Diego-based company.
 
Already, defense technology company Northrop Grumman last month signed a lease to become the park's lead tenant, finalizing a plan that had been in the works for years. Northrop Grumman makes the RQ-4 Global Hawk drone, which is considered particularly valuable because it can conduct long-range missions, fly at 60,000 feet and roam in a particular area for 24 hours or more.
 
"I always have been a big believer in momentum, and someone like Northrop Grumman signing that lease, that's momentum," Cramer said.
 
The momentum continued this past week at an international trade show in Atlanta, where Grand Sky Development President Tom Swoyer said he received inquiries from seven companies. A handful of other businesses also have publicly expressed their interest, he said.
 
"The questions I heard were, 'What do I have to do to get space, what's the process, how fast can I get it, and what does it cost?'" Swoyer said.
 
In addition to the fledgling tech park, North Dakota is one six sites around the country testing unmanned aircraft and the only one to receive approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to fly in expanded airspace. Airspace, Swoyer said, was the No. 1 topic at the Atlanta convention.

Another Major Defense Company Interested in ND Drone Park - The Washington Times 


read more


          Dakota Prairie Refinery Begins Operations in Western ND   
By The Bakken Magazine
The Dickinson, North Dakota-based Dakota Prairie refinery has begun operations, MDU Resources Group Inc. and Calumet Specialty Products Partners L.P., the joint-partner on the refinery, announced Monday. The Dakota Prairie refinery is the first greenfield fuels refinery build in the U.S. in nearly 40 years.

The refinery can process 20,000 barrels per day (bpd) of Bakken crude, resulting in a production slate which includes up to 7,000 bpd that can be sold from the plant to regional customers.

“With more than two-thirds of North Dakota’s diesel fuel currently imported into the state, the Dakota Prairie refinery is well positioned to meet strong regional demand with additional, locally produced supplies of diesel fuel,” said David Goodin, president and CEO of MDU Resources. “Over time, we expect that this refinery has the potential to be an important contributor to the economic growth of the local and state economy.”

The Dakota Prairie refinery will also produce up to 6,500 bpd of naphtha, which is used as a diluent to transport heavy oil by pipeline or as a feedstock in gasoline production; up to 6,000 bpd of atmospheric tower bottoms, which can be used as a feedstock for lubricating oils; and other refined products, the company said.

“We are thankful for the support of local and state officials and agencies, and for the economic development climate that they have created in North Dakota,” said Goodin. “Together with our committed partner, Calumet, we are proud to have built the first refinery in this country since 1979.”

Construction of the facility began on March 26, 2013, on a 318-acre site that is located roughly four miles west of Dickinson. The original start date for diesel production was slated for the end of 2014. The delay was partially due to late revisions made to electrical systems. At its peak construction, the site employed more than 800 workers, and since becoming operational, employs 80. MDU estimates the total cost of the plant to be approximately $425 million to $435 million.

MDU is currently considering a second diesel refinery near Minot, North Dakota. “In the future, we expect there will be opportunities to improve financial performance of the refinery through debottlenecking and other strategies. We also will benefit from experience gained with this project to help develop future projects, such as a second plant,” Goodin said in a statement.

Dakota Prairie Refinery Begins Operations in Western ND - The Baaken Magazine 

read more


           2015 Governor’s Travel and Tourism Awards Announced   
By ND Commerce Tourism Division
Six Governor’s Travel and Tourism Awards recognizing outstanding leaders in North Dakota’s tourism industry were presented today as part of the 2015 North Dakota Travel and Tourism Conference in Minot. The awards were presented by North Dakota Department of Commerce Commissioner Al Anderson.

“North Dakota’s tourism industry is making significant contributions to our communities and state, and plays an integral role in the growth and strength of our economy,” said Gov. Jack Dalrymple. “These tourism professionals are being honored for their dedication, innovation and leadership, and exemplify the outstanding work occurring across the state to advance our tourism opportunities and successes. They are on the front lines as ambassadors for North Dakota and we are proud to honor and thank them, as well as all of our tourism partners, for their service to the industry and to our state.”

Tiffany Irving, Front-line Tourism Employee. Front Office Manager for Staybridge Suites Fargo and the Intercontinental Hotels Group 2014 “Best of the Best” Guest Service Representative, Tiffany Irving has worked to personify customer service. With glowing reviews from hotel guests after helping with reservations, billing, and other general issues, Tiffany has also earned respect from her industry peers.  Her training methods and enthusiastic attitude have helped fellow employees improve their job performance, ultimately improving Staybridge Suites Fargo’s guest survey scores. In part due to the superior service standards Tiffany oversees, the hotel earned the company’s 2014 Quality Excellence Award.

Fred Flood, Behind the Scenes Tourism Employee. As a staff member at Staybridge Suites in Fargo since 2012, Fred Flood has worked his way up from housekeeper to assisting the hotel’s chief engineer. Although fellow staff members describe him as a “jack of all trades,” handling everything from driving the shuttle, taking care of maintenance, guest luggage, housekeeping, and gardening, Fred’s top priority is ensuring he makes a difference in the experience of each guest. He believes in continually creating value for others and building relationships with Staybridge guests and co-workers.

Terry Harzinski, Travel and Tourism Industry Leader. Terry Harzinski was instrumental in establishing the Bismarck-Mandan Convention and Visitors Bureau and has worked to serve the community since 1986. He retired from his position as CEO of the CVB in 2015. His passion and dedication helped attract several national and international events to Bismarck-Mandan and in the process promoted the entire state of North Dakota. Some of the events Terry helped attract include the 1989 Women’s International Bowling Congress drawing roughly 50,000 people; the 1991 National High School Athletic Coaches Association national convention, the WBCCI Airstream Rally in 1993 and in 2000; the World Horseshoe Tournament in 2000, the World Curling Championship in 2002, and the Williston Basin Petroleum Conference in 2012 and 2014. Terry truly helped the Bismarck-Mandan area become a destination for both business and leisure travel, conferences and conventions.

Unglued Craft Fest, Event of the Year. This two-day event at the Plains Art Museum in Fargo attracted 5,000 attendees to view a curated selection of the region’s top makers, crafters and artists. More than 80 vendors sold their wares against a backdrop of live local music, artisan food and local coffee roasters. Unglued inspired the community to get creative through free workshops and project offerings, the make-and-take craft lounge and an indoor chalk fest by the Art Partnership. The event was started in 2011 by a small group of friends who did sewing and other creative projects in the evenings and has proven profitable to participating artists and vendors.

Williston Area Recreation Center, Tourism Attraction of the Year. Since this state-of-the-art facility opened one year ago in March 2014, it has hosted more than 330,000 guests. While Williston resident members have been active users of the ARC, more than 78,000 non-members have also used the facility through day passes and special events. The ARC has enhanced the Williston community’s ability to provide year-round recreational activities including swim meets, basketball tournaments, community fundraising events, training sessions, and even wedding receptions. The ARC will continue to grow its offerings by hosting volleyball tournaments and track meets in 2015.  While the facility has received a lot of local attention, it has also earned broader attention being featured in print, radio, video and social media stories including in the National Recreation Parks Association magazine and website. The ARC has also earned North Dakota Recreation and Parks Association Golden Egg Award, the Williston Economic Development Award as Project of the Year, and the North Dakota Ready-Mix and Concrete Products Association Gold Award for Government Projects. 
North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department, Tourism Organization of the Year. Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2015, the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department has grown to include 13 state parks and 10 recreation areas, hosting millions of visitors each year. From marinas, beaches, campsites and corrals, to hiking trails, scenic overlooks and interpretive centers, North Dakota’s parks and recreation sites are available for all and encourage an appreciation for the great outdoors. They also play an important role in the economy and recreation opportunities of nearby communities. While its responsibilities have expanded since 1965, the department continues to remain focused on conserving nature, preserving history and providing outdoor recreational activities to residents and visitors alike. Visitors often cite the cleanliness and appearance of the parks as first rate and praise the staff for their efforts, friendliness and helpfulness.
“We are proud to have such great individuals and partners across the state representing the travel industry,” said Sara Otte Coleman, director of North Dakota Tourism. “The personalized service and unique opportunities they provide are truly what sets our state apart. They are what makes North Dakota Legendary.”

read more


          Impact Dakota Announces Lean Product Development Workshop   
By ND Commerce
Impact Dakota will host two lean product development workshops May 4 at 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at the Ramada Plaza Suites in Fargo. The workshop is open to company owners, chief executive officers, presidents and engineering managers
 
The workshops will focus on “Lean Product Development”, providing companies with innovative ways to design and produce products for market. The workshops will also teach participants how to integrate lean tools with product development in their company.
 
“This workshop gets company leaders engaged in examining their product development activities and process through ten “lenses” of best-in-class Lean Product Development methods,” Tony Richards, CEO of Impact Dakota said. “Participants will leave the conference with a number of Lean Product Development tools that can help their company,”
 
Registration is available online now by visiting www.impactdakota.com or by contacting
Dan Halverson, Impact Dakota at 701-328-5472 or danh@impactdakota.com. Cost for the workshop is $99.
 
Ed Maier, a product development expert, will lead the workshop. Maier is a Certified Lean Product Development Master Instructor, an Innovation Engineering “Trained Brain”, Business Growth Coach and Systematic Inventive Thinking Method Coach. He also has extensive training in Technology Driven Market Intelligence and Technology Scouting methods.
 
Lean Product Development is the application of lean principles to product development. Lean Product Development speeds the time to market by eliminating the root causes of time-consuming and expensive design changes. In reducing the time, Lean Product Development also helps reduce the costs and risks involved in product development.
 
About Impact Dakota
Impact Dakota was established in 2001 and is dedicated to helping companies improve business results through continuous improvement, innovation, and the development of people. The success of Impact Dakota is measured by the benefits and impacts realized by the companies served. Through an independent 3rd party project follow-up process, companies have reported $459M in benefits and impacts and 2,733 jobs created or retained from 678 improvement projects.
 
Impact Dakota is an affiliate of the U.S. Department of Commerce National Institute of Standards and Technology Manufacturing Extension Partnership – the nation’s largest business assistance network dedicated to developing domestic manufacturing and related industries. For more information, visit www.impactdakota.com.

read more


          Building a Giant in the Heavy-Equipment Industry   
By Gallup
"To be successful today, you've got to convince customers that you'll take care of them when they're down -- and you've got to walk the walk, you can't just talk it. You've got to prove it time and time again."

So says Ron Offutt, founder of RDO Equipment Co., one of the largest John Deere dealers in North America. He is also the founder of R.D. Offutt Company, the largest potato grower in the U.S.

For more than 45 years, Ron has been building an empire on lifelong relationships with agriculture and construction equipment customers by adhering to three simple principles: maintain a sense of core values, understand your stakeholders' ever-shifting needs and deliver the finest service. His family business grew steadily, got big, went public and then was taken private again, and the equipment side became a $2 billion business.

It all started along the North Dakota-Minnesota border in the metropolitan area of Fargo-Moorhead in 1968. Ron was farming in partnership with his father and renting equipment from a John Deere dealer in Casselton, North Dakota, when the dealer offered him the opportunity to buy the business.

From that initial purchase, Ron steadily acquired John Deere dealerships throughout the upper Midwest. RDO now operates in more than 100 locations across the U.S. and worldwide, with 90% domestic revenue growth over the past five years (13.9% compound annual growth rate) and nearly triple domestic operating income growth. RDO offers a wide array of construction and farming equipment for high-performance companies across the globe.

How did one dealership turn into a giant in the heavy equipment industry? With an intense focus on engaging employees and customers throughout their business.

From Private, to Public, to Private Again

A visit to RDO in late 2014 finds a workforce brimming with excitement about the company's heritage and its future. In the flagship Moorhead location, relics from the past -- classic tractors and other historical machinery -- are on display alongside cutting-edge farming equipment. In a daily storewide meeting, team members discuss the projects they are currently working on and exchange ideas, while managers motivate their employees with goals for that day, week and month.

Employees at the store are quick to say that the company is a "great place to work."

"This is a great industry to be in, and if you're going to be a part of it, we want you to choose us," says Jean Zimmerman, RDO's executive vice president of organizational development.

Zimmerman notes that the company's culture is guided by the principles of servant leadership, radical transparency, personal growth and, above all, trust.

As RDO grew throughout the 1970s, 80s and 90s, so did the enticement of taking this family-owned business public. In 1997, Ron issued an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange. In a booming economy, the decision seemed to be the right one. But almost immediately, things didn't turn out as planned.

"Very quickly I knew that I didn't like the public game, and I don't think my father did either. There was lots and lots of pressure to grow," says Christi Offutt, Ron's daughter and chairwoman and CEO of RDO. "But what I was learning was that the more pressure the team got to meet quarterly expectations, the worse the company was performing. We were moving away from talking about the customer, we were moving away from talking about the culture, and we were spending all of our time talking about meeting analyst expectations to keep the revenues growing."

Amid these frustrations, the board of directors chose Christi to become chief operating officer in 2001. Soon after that, the Offutt family took the company private again, where it has remained ever since. Christi stayed at the helm. Ron characterizes this time as the dividing point between what RDO originally was and what it is today.

"I think there are two cultures in the life of our business: the one that I started, and the one that Christi started," Ron says. "I was able to be successful in the business when I created a culture of tremendous loyalty on behalf of the employees who worked for me. We knew each other's families; we knew each other's personal strengths and weaknesses. As [the company] grew, that culture needed to change for the company to take the next step, which Christi brought to the house."

Shifting From a Transactional Business to a Solutions Provider

In the company's first phase, before Christi took over in 2001, RDO sold much more individual agricultural equipment. Farms were smaller then, and there were more of them.

"When I started, [RDO] was very much a transactional business -- sale by sale, customer by customer," Ron says. "Today it's more about being a solutions provider for your customer and helping that customer solve his or her problem."

In RDO's modern culture, top leaders at the company say they maintain their success internally and externally by adhering to a set of action-oriented core values for business operation. These values include collaborating with employees, building customers for life, creating opportunities and committing to doing what they say and playing to win. RDO prides itself on the principle "There are no secrets here."

"We've instilled and empowered our managers to understand what our core values are and how we operate with our stakeholders so they can make the right decision," says Chris Cooper, an executive vice president at RDO.

Keith Kreps, also an RDO executive vice president, says a culture of creativity and trust exists companywide, which fosters innovation and high levels of employee engagement. "When you don't feel like you're paralyzed by making the wrong decision that could affect your career or affect your job -- as long as you made an educated decision -- you really get people coming out with great ideas and a lot of creativity. They're willing to go out there and 'wow' our other employees and customers," Kreps says.

Toward True Engagement

In 2014, RDO worked with Gallup to move beyond employee satisfaction -- which focuses more on superficial company perks -- to true employee engagement, which is about fostering a deeper sense of connection to one's job and company. Now, 52% of RDO's employees are engaged, with 8.67 engaged employees for every one actively disengaged employee. Organizations that lead the world in employee engagement have 9.1 engaged employees to every disengaged employee, so these are "very encouraging early results," Zimmerman says.

Zimmerman credits these results to initiatives the company implemented over the past several years. Every employee now has an individual learning plan, and RDO spends 15% more on training than comparable-sized organizations. The company offers a 30-month management institute for its leaders. RDO leaders have also integrated engagement into their leadership approach and communication strategy, weaving it into their operations and day-to-day conversations.

"I truly believe that the initiatives we've developed to support our culture along with a strengths-based leadership approach leads to a more engaged workplace culture," Christi says.

Zimmerman agrees, emphasizing that the culture must promote hard work and RDO must be an enjoyable place to work. "We've taken steps of making this a place that attracts and keeps employees and attracts and keeps our customers," he says.

Growing Pains

Because of RDO's persistent growth, the company is experiencing some growing pains. In part, this is the result of the breakneck pace of North Dakota's economy and the various challenges that come with operating in nine U.S. states. Business is booming so much that there are too many jobs and not enough people to fill them.

"We've got well over 2,000 employees, but we have opportunities to continue to grow," Cooper says. "We have close to 200 open positions that we're still trying to fill."

Christi mentions that there is plenty of competition for today's skilled labor pool: "We've recruited from everywhere -- Georgia, Florida, California, Alaska -- it's a continuous challenge."

Amid these challenges, RDO continues to redefine the business of equipment in the 21st century. The company's leaders say RDO is committed to finding cutting-edge solutions for its customers.

"I think you'll see less growth in the size of the machines," Ron says. "What you're going to see is more intelligent equipment, and that will increase productivity for the producer."

This kind of "precision agriculture" may keep RDO at the forefront of offering technological solutions to its customers, and the company sees further growth from its ventures in Russia, Ukraine, Mexico and Australia in the years to come. Already these international partnerships are providing solutions to a wide range of customers, even in troubled hot spots. RDO forecasts $360 million in international revenues in 2015, of which Russia and Ukraine factor into the mix.

Ryan Offutt, Ron's son and Christi's brother, runs RDO's Russia and Ukraine operations. As someone who represents the future of RDO and the path it will take in decades to come, he reflects on how what RDO means to customers in 2015. "We're a big part of our customers' lives, and they're dependent upon on our team members to deliver solutions to them every day," Ryan says. "Having a reliable partner is critical to their success."

Building a Giant in the Heavy-Equipment Industry - Gallup.com

read more


          Technology Created at NDSU Licensed to c2sensor   
By Newswise
A technology developed at North Dakota State University, Fargo, creates precise in-the-ground measurement and monitoring of soil and crop conditions which could provide opportunities for greater yields. The technology also has led to a new start-up company. The c2sensor corp., based in the NDSU Technology Incubator, has concluded a license agreement with the NDSU Research Foundation (NDSU/RF) for the precision agriculture technology.

Developed by a research team at NDSU, the sensors are constructed using NDSU's patent-pending "direct write" electronic printing techniques to print circuit and antenna patterns directly onto renewable, bio-based substrates. Developed between the NDSU Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering and the Mechanical Engineering Department at NDSU, the sensors are made with biocomposites so they can be left in the ground to biodegrade without harming soil quality.

The research team placed microsensors in fields at the Soil Health and Agriculture Research Extension (SHARE) farm in Richland county in southeastern North Dakota. Called SEED, which stands for Sensing Earth Environment Directly, the bio-degradable sensors are placed in the ground like seeds, with the potential to directly measure soil salinity, moisture, fertility, and chemicals in real time.

Sensors in the future could be placed directly into the soil during the seeding process, by mixing the sensors in with the seed during planting. A reading device mounted beneath an agricultural vehicle or other agricultural implements would interact with the SEED sensors embedded in the soil, and then provide direct measurements of soil conditions, moisture, and chemical content in real time.

“The NDSU-developed sensor technology licensed by c2sensor is different from current methods, which often require a combination of direct measurement such as soil sampling, or indirect measurements such as remote sensing via probes,” said Corey Kratcha, CEO of c2sensor.

Materials used to create the sensors allow them to be left in place after use, where they can degrade without leaving toxins in the soil. Wireless communication with the sensor is based on passive radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology with no batteries needed.
“As the product is developed, it could assist farmers to monitor salinity levels, nutrient levels for fertilizer applications, moisture and pH levels,” said Chad Ulven, associate professor of mechanical engineering. “It could be coupled with aerial mapping via UAVs or satellite imaging, giving farmers real time soil analysis for end-of-year field work.”
NDSU researchers in microelectronics, mechanical engineering and the NDSU Extension Service who were part of the initial research team include: Chad Ulven, associate professor of mechanical engineering; Cherish Bauer-Reich, Justin Hoey, Rob Sailer, Nathan Schneck and other members of the NDSU Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering; and Abbey Wick, NDSU Extension Service.

“Generating technologies that lead to start-up companies to bring discoveries to market is one of the ways that NDSU, as a student-focused, land grant, research university, serves the citizens of the state,” said Kelly A. Rusch, vice president for research and creative activity at NDSU.

“Licensing of this sensor technology to c2sensor represents an opportunity to commercialize this research,” said Dale Zetocha, executive director of the NDSU Research Foundation. “Licensing the technology to a North Dakota company supports goals to further diversify economic opportunities in the state.”

The North Dakota Corn Utilization Council provided initial funding at NDSU for the seed sensor project. Following licensing to c2sensor, additional funding through the North Dakota Department of Commerce Venture Grant Program and the North Dakota Centers of Excellence will be utilized to further develop the sensor technology.

About NDSU
NDSU, Fargo, North Dakota, USA, is an economic engine of the state, a top ranked and growing national research power. NDSU is notably listed among the top 108 U.S. public and private universities in the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education’s category of “Research Universities/Very High Research Activity.” As a student-focused, land grant, research institution, NDSU is listed in the Top 100 research universities in the U.S. for R&D in agricultural sciences, chemistry, physical sciences, psychology, and social sciences, based on research expenditures reported to the National Science Foundation. www.ndsu.edu/research

About the NDSU Research Foundation
The NDSU Research Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit organization that supports NDSU in its teaching, research and public service missions. The Foundation manages the intellectual properties developed by faculty, staff and students doing research at NDSU and facilitates commercialization of these technologies. By commercializing intellectual property, the Foundation is able to create resources that are returned to the individual inventors and to the University to promote continued research. www.ndsuresearchfoundation.org

About c2sensor corp
c2sensor, based in the NDSU Technology Incubator, Fargo, North Dakota, provides expertise in bio-degradable sensors under development for precision agriculture and other applications. The start-up company licensed sensor technology from North Dakota State University. Materials used to create the sensors allow them to be left in place after use where they can degrade without leaving toxins in the soil. Wireless communication with the sensor is based on passive radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology.

Technology Created at NDSU Licensed to c2sensor - Newswise

read more


          Klaus Thiessen Chosen as Economic Developer of the Year    
By ND Commerce
Klaus Thiessen, President and CEO, Grand Forks Region Economic Development Corporation (EDC) in Grand Forks, has been chosen as the 2014 Governor’s Choice for Economic Developer of the Year. The award ceremony was held in conjunction with the Economic Development Association of North Dakota’s fall meeting in Grand Forks.
 
“Klaus focuses on the fundamentals of economic development and consistently and collaboratively drives projects and initiatives,” Commerce Commissioner Al Anderson said. “Since he joined the EDC he has been setting the stage for opportunities the region is realizing today. Under his leadership, the region has maintained a focus on new wealth creation that results from primary sector growth.”
 
Since 2004, the EDC’s clients have created more than 1,700 new jobs and the average salary of these clients has increased from $31,000 to more than $51,000. These gains have been realized through the attraction and growth of companies such as Amazon.com, Avianix, Cirrus Design Corporation, JR Simplot Company, LM Wind Power, Northrup Grumman Corporation, NovaDigm Therapeutics, Philadelphia Macaroni Company, Steffes Corporation and Technology Applications Group
 
Prior to joining the Grand Forks Region EDC, Thiessen was the President and CEO of the Winnipeg Economic Development Corporation for 10 years. With over 20 years of economic development experience, Thiessen has also held positions with Touche Ross Management Consultants, Xerox, and Canon. He holds a master of public affairs degree from the University of Manitoba and B.A. from the University of Winnipeg. Thiessen's professional affiliations include: Director of International Economic Development Council in Washington D.C. and past president of the Economic Developers Association of Canada.
 
The North Dakota Department of Commerce works to improve the quality of life for North Dakota citizens by leading efforts to attract, retain and expand wealth. Commerce serves businesses and communities statewide through committed people and partners who offer valuable programs and dynamic services.
 
For more North Dakota news and information subscribe to the Commerce News RSS Feed or go to www.NDCommerce.com

read more


          Dalrymple, Badlands NGL Announce Largest Private Equity Project in State History   
By ND Governor's Office
Governor Jack Dalrymple along with William Jeffrey Gilliam, CEO of Badlands NGL, LLC, today announced the development of a North Dakota manufacturing plant that will convert ethane, a byproduct of natural gas processing, into polyethylene which is used to make a wide variety of end-use consumer and industrial plastics.
 
Badlands NGL, LLC, and its partners expect to invest $4 billion to build the polyethylene manufacturing facility in North Dakota. The project will be the largest private investment in state history.
 
“This project is fully aligned with our goals to reduce flaring, add value to our energy resources right here in North Dakota and create diverse job opportunities across the state,” Dalrymple said.  “By advancing the responsible development of our energy resources and by adding value to all of our resources, the opportunities in North Dakota are boundless.”
 
Joining Dalrymple and Gilliam for the announcement were Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring and Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, both of whom serve with Dalrymple on the North Dakota Industrial Commission which regulates the state’s energy industry.  Sen. John Hoeven also participated in the announcement which was held at the state Capitol in Bismarck.
 
"The role of the Industrial Commission in helping the Badlands’ project come together reflects the Commission's mission to promote oil and gas production in a manner that prevents waste and protects the rights of mineral owners," Goehring said. “When completed, this project by itself has the potential to reduce most of the flaring of natural gas in our state.  That’s real progress and good news for North Dakota.”
 
The value-added manufacturing plant will tap into North Dakota’s abundant supplies of liquid natural gas to source ethane.  The facility will convert ethane gas to low density and high density plastics which are used to make a wide range of end products for consumers and industry.  The facility will be able to produce 1.5 million metric tons of polyethylene, or 3.3 billion pounds annually, and will employ 500 highly trained people in manufacturing, marketing, administrative, safety, financial and executive positions. The project will take at least three years for full development.
 
“This is a good example of what we can accomplish by adding value to our energy resources,” Stenehjem said. “This plant will not only help us reduce the flaring of natural gas, but it will also create new, high-paying jobs and further diversify our state economy.”
 
Badlands intends to market the majority of the polyethylene products domestically, but product will also find its way to markets in Asia, South America and Europe.  Project developers say that the plant’s location in North Dakota will enable them to efficiently ship to world markets from the Pacific Northwest and from Atlantic ports.
 
“Badlands is proud to bring this manufacturing facility to North Dakota,” Gilliam said. “We are committed to maximizing the value of Bakken ethane for producers, their midstream partners and all gas processors. This facility is the solution needed to add value to North Dakota’s ethane supply and make it a commercially marketable product.  In doing so, there will actually be a market advantage for North Dakota polyethylene products.
 
“North Dakota elected officials and agencies have provided Badlands with by far the most business-friendly and pro-development environment in the United States, Gilliam said. “We have been fortunate to attract many of North Dakota’s leading business and community leaders as Badlands investors, and we continue to discuss debt and equity capital markets needs with major financial institutions.”
 
In developing the world-class manufacturing plant, Badlands is working with two strategic partners, Tecnicas Reunidas, or “TR” (www.tecnicasreunidas.es), which is based in Madrid, Spain, as well as Vinmar Projects (www.vinmar.com/projects/) of Houston, Texas. TR, one of the largest petrochemicals and polymers contractors in the world, is completing a preliminary engineering analysis for Badlands. This work is scheduled for completion in 2014 and will include technology evaluations, engineering and planning, and final site selection. 
 
Vinmar provides services in support of project finance for the development partners.  Vinmar and Badlands have signed a mutually binding, 15-year memorandum of understanding for 100 percent of the polyethylene to be produced by the Badlands project. 
 
Badlands NGL, LLC is a Delaware limited liability company. Principals and strategic partners of Badlands have considerable experience in development, construction and management of operations that convert natural gas liquid into polyolefin products.

read more


          Dalrymple Congratulates CHS Inc. for Moving Forward on Major Fertilizer Plant   
By ND Governor's Office
Gov. Jack Dalrymple said he is pleased that the CHS Board of Directors has approved final plans to build a nitrogen fertilizer plant near Jamestown, N.D.  CHS Inc. expects to invest about $3 billion to build a plant that will convert natural gas into fertilizers, providing the region’s farmers with greater supplies of nutrients essential for crop production.
 
“The board’s approval to move ahead on this major project is great news for our farmers and for the entire state of North Dakota,” Dalrymple said. “The plant will create jobs and provide our farmers with a reliable supply of fertilizers. At the same time, the CHS plant compliments our continued efforts to utilize and add value to the abundant supplies of natural gas produced in western North Dakota.”
 
Dalrymple spoke with CHS President and CEO Carl Casale following the cooperative’s board meeting.  The governor and officials at the North Dakota Department of Commerce have continued to assist CHS in developing the project ever since the cooperative began studying the project’s feasibility in 2012.
 
The fertilizer plant will be the single largest private investment project ever undertaken in North Dakota and the single largest investment in CHS history.  CHS officials said the plant will employ between 160 and 180 workers.
 
CHS plans to build the plant on a 640-acre site near the Spiritwood Energy Park.  The fertilizer plant will produce more than 2,400 tons of ammonia daily that will be distributed as urea and UAN liquid fertilizer. The fertilizers will be distributed to farmers and farm supply retailers in North Dakota and South Dakota as well as parts of Minnesota, Montana and Canada.
 
CHS officials plan to complete the plant’s construction and by operational ready in the first half of 2018. 

 

read more


          North Dakota: Legendary Among States    
By Gallup

"Oil boom" is probably the first phrase that comes to mind when one thinks about North Dakota. Yet North Dakotans see their state as much more than oil. They are highly satisfied with their schools, their air quality, their ability to find a quality job, and their overall standard of living. In Gallup's comprehensive survey of all 50 states, North Dakota ranks No. 1 on a variety of indicators spanning economics, public affairs, education, the environment, and well-being. In 2014, North Dakota is a complex, thriving state that is adapting rapidly to the economic and social factors that are transforming this population of roughly 725,000 people.
Economics: The State of North Dakota
These findings are based on a special 50-state Gallup poll conducted June-December 2013, including interviews with approximately 600 residents in every state.

North Dakotans are more likely than residents of any other state to say that their state's economic conditions are excellent or good, that the state's economy is getting better, and that they have not lacked money for adequate housing in the last 12 months. In addition, more residents than anywhere else say it is a good time to find a quality job and that their state is a good place for people starting a new business.

To an outsider, the answer seems clear: the North Dakota oil boom has expanded wealth and opportunity to the point that there is a chicken in every pot. To leading officials in North Dakota, the story has its roots in prudent long-term planning statewide that Democrats and Republicans began in the early 1990s. North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple says well before oil was discovered in the Parshall Oil Field in 2006, the state was on its way to economic prosperity. Dalrymple, who served as former Gov. John Hoeven's lieutenant governor, credits his boss with taking these efforts to the next level.

"We needed to get our state economy going," Dalrymple says. "We basically set about creating a state for more opportunities … energy, agriculture, technology, advanced manufacturing, tourism."

In 2000, North Dakota was 38th in personal per capita income, at $25,872. By 2008, that figure had risen to $40,880, or 19th in the nation. According to Andy Peterson, president and CEO of the North Dakota Chamber of Commerce, the growth in advance manufacturing, value-added food processing, and tourism, in addition to traditional bases such as agriculture, accounted for North Dakota's vaulting ahead of other states. It was only in 2009 that oil became a factor in the state's finances, but the groundwork for a boom had already been laid.

"Oil is a very thick frosting on a very nicely baked cake," Peterson says.

Oil had been found in North Dakota before, but Dalrymple, Peterson, and Al Anderson, North Dakota state commerce commissioner, agree that the volume and velocity of the boom was unexpected. Dalrymple says there were 200,000 barrels a day in 2009, compared with 1 million barrels a day now.

"The rapid evolution of the oil industry was not foreseen," says Anderson.

"We had seen oil booms come and go but now the technology has changed," Peterson says. "We didn't realize how much oil was in the ground. We found ways to extract oil that we could never expect."
In addition to oil, success in agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism are contributing factors to North Dakota's having the lowest unemployment in the U.S. for the past four years. The state has added 116,000 jobs since 2000, a job-growth increase of 35.6%. Net migration in the state is up 12.7% since 2000. This onrush of new jobs and workers has strained the housing market. North Dakota residents are fully aware of this, as 61% say they are satisfied with the availability of affordable housing in their state, one of the lowest in the nation.

Anderson says North Dakota has been building 2,000 to 3,000 new housing units per year and that hotel occupancy has dropped from 95% to 65%, as more houses are being built. Dalrymple says his state is building apartment buildings with controlled rents to meet demand.

"I consider that one of the solvable challenges," Dalrymple says. "We're mostly spending money for infrastructure needs."

North Dakotans Give Their Schools an "A"
North Dakotans are not just satisfied with their economy, however. Across the 50 states, North Dakotans are the most likely to rate their K-12 education as excellent or good, to agree that their schools prepare students to get a good job, and to be satisfied with the education system or schools overall.
Public Affairs: The State of North Dakota
According to the North Dakota officials, there are various reasons for this high satisfaction with education in the state.

"Sheer volume of school districts helps because there are many local school districts," says Peterson. "Schools are more accessible to students and teachers."

Anderson added that "education has always been extremely important to North Dakota," though he would like to see a continued focus on education for STEM jobs, to keep pace with the growth in the state.

In contrast to their mostly positive -- in many cases, nation-leading -- views about the economy and education, North Dakotans exhibit mixed views on the social climate in their state. While residents were first in the nation in saying they were "treated with respect all day yesterday," and "experienced enjoyment a lot of the day yesterday," they reported low levels of their state being a "good place for racial and ethnic minorities" and a "good place for gay or lesbian people," Gallup reported last year that North Dakota has the lowest percentage of residents in the nation who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender.
Social Climate: The State of North Dakota
In offering his view on why his state residents might make these assertions, Dalrymple spoke in general terms about how North Dakota is in a process of evolution.

"There's a tendency for people not being immediately comfortable with new people until they have had a chance to meet them and evaluate them," Dalrymple says. "We're evolving every year and becoming more accustomed to different people and lifestyles."

"We've had a pretty homogenous society in the past," Anderson says. "Ninety percent is probably the white Caucasian split, but minorities are increasing." Anderson added, "I truly believe our rankings will go up. We will adjust and improve. I think it is embraced by the vast majority of people in North Dakota."

Peterson says where North Dakota is located plays a major factor in evaluating newcomers and different lifestyles.

"The rest of the country, especially the coasts, change the pace of life quicker than we do," he says. "Doesn't surprise me that we are slower to change. But I think the state is changing. We reflect the Midwest and I think we're going to change last. But there isn't hostility to these groups. Once you interact with these groups, you realize that people are people."

The North Dakota Experience
North Dakotans are, by and large, satisfied with their state and the direction in which it is going. Certainly the oil boom, after years of strategic economic planning, may be one of the chief contributors to this statewide contentment. North Dakota may now be on the map as an economic power, but it is still a rural state with a large land mass and relatively few residents, with room to grow. Anderson estimated that oil output could rise to 1.7 million barrels per day in the near future. He says North Dakota is now second behind Texas in oil production and that "a few years ago, we saw a 20-year run with oil (but) this can be a 60-year-play."

When asked to sum up the North Dakota experience, each official offered this reflection of the state:
  • Peterson: "The North Dakota experience is one of quiet fortitude and self-reliance, pull yourself up by your bootstraps, equal opportunity for all -- at least in our minds, even if it isn't the case. It is about individual responsibility and self-reliance."
  • Dalrymple: "North Dakota has been discovered. When I travel around the country, people are no longer clueless about what's going on here -- people coming here and investing here -- it's prospering and there are opportunities here."
  • Anderson: "[People] can truly make a difference in North Dakota and they can't necessarily do it everywhere. I've lived in eight states and outside the country. You see a lot of people giving back [in North Dakota]. Our legislators are truly part-time legislators. Everybody matters here and I don't think people get that in a larger community all the time."
North Dakota is evolving -- and its residents are now more positive about their state than any other state in the nation is on economics, well-being, and public affairs.

North Dakota: Legendary Among States - Gallup.com

read more


          UND Center for Innovation Announces New UAS Tenant   
by ND Commerce
The UND Center for Innovation Foundation’s technology incubator announced today that Virginia-based software company, VirtualAgility, has signed on as one of the first Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) tenants.
 
“We are extremely impressed by the UND Center for Innovation’s commitment to emerging technology, and the breadth and depth of the talent pool available in North Dakota,” Stuart Rudolph, President and CEO of VirtualAgility, said. “As we expand our UAS offerings, North Dakota provides the necessary infrastructure to support our plan to become the premier provider of UAS information management.”  
 
“Stuart Rudolph is a seasoned entrepreneur who quickly assessed the significant opportunity in North Dakota with his technology in one of the nation’s first UAS Test Sites, “ Bruce Gjovig,  CEO & Entrepreneur Coach of the UND Center for Innovation Foundation said. “ While at the UAS  Industry Summit he met with other UAS companies in our tech incubator, and  they immediately identified synergy that was possible in the incubator.”
 
North Dakota is home to a growing cluster of UAS research, business and military interests. Partnerships among private businesses, universities and state government strengthen North Dakota's position as a leader in UAS. 
 
“It is exciting to see VirtualAgility recognizing new business opportunities with UAS in North Dakota and taking steps to establish a presence here,” Brian Opp, Manager of Aerospace Business Development at the North Dakota Department of Commerce said.    
 
The signing occurred following the Northern Plains UAS industry day held earlier this month in Grand Forks. This event, coordinated by the North Dakota Department of Commerce, focused on attracting companies interested in partnering with the test site.
 
Last week, Gov. Jack Dalrymple joined FAA Administrator Michael Huerta and the state’s congressional delegation in announcing that North Dakota’s test site for UAS is the nation’s first to be certified ready for operations.
 
VirtualAgility provides a user-configurable platform that allows persons who are not specialists in information technology to create sophisticated, integrated applications. U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Department of Defense utilize VirtualAgility technology in mission-critical applications requiring high degrees of security, accessibility, usability and breadth of functionality. Virtual AirBoss™ is designed to simplify the process of capturing, sharing and reporting on UAS activities.
 
The UND Center for Innovation Foundation is one of the premier venture development organizations in the United States, and has been ranked as one of the top entrepreneur centers in the nation by such entities as NBIA, SSTI, EDA and SBA. The foundation’s mission is to foster innovation, entrepreneurship and access to entrepreneur capital as well as provide vital entrepreneur infrastructure such as the Ina May Rude Entrepreneur Center, a tech incubator. 
 

read more


          Nokia Technologies bổ nhiệm CEO Samsung Electronics Bắc Mỹ làm giám đốc điều hành   
Nghe có vẻ hơi phức tạp nhưng Nokia Technologies - công ty Nokia Phần Lan chịu trách nhiệm tạo ra các sản phẩm sức khỏe như Withings hay thực tế ảo, camera OZO - đã bổ nhiệm Gregory Lee làm giám đốc điều hành của họ ở khu vực Bắc Mỹ. Lee vốn là CEO của Samsung Electronics ở Bắc Mỹ, một vị trí rất cao phụ trách không chỉ điện thoại mà còn TV, các sản phẩm dân dụng của Samsung ở khu vực này.

Với việc bổ nhiệm Lee, Nokia cho thấy quyết tâm mở rộng ra các sản phẩm dành cho người dùng cuối cũng như đưa tên tuổi Nokia quay trở lại. Gregory Lee sẽ làm việc ở California, báo cáo trực tiếp cho chủ tịch và CEO Nokia toàn cầu Rajeev Suri.

Cũng cần nhấn mạnh là "phạm vi quyền lực" của ông Lee sẽ nằm ở Bắc Mỹ, không phải là toàn cầu như một số thông tin mà chúng ta tiếp nhận gần đây. Lee đã làm việc ở Samsung được 13 năm, trước đó ông công tác ở P&G, Kellog và Johnson & Johnson. Ở Samsung, Lee từng nắm giữ những vị trí rất cao: Giám đốc marketing...
          CIOsynergy Announces OSSCube as Platinum Sponsor For Dallas Event.   

OSSCube CEO Lavanya Rastogi will present Dallas IT professionals with an exciting view on the future of open source technology for businesses.

(PRWeb January 22, 2015)

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/01/prweb12458826.htm


          Comment on Markets Master: Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman, MBA’93, Charts the Future of Finance by Dustin Rogers   
“I personally think that’s the best lesson you can take in life. At the end of the day, you make the most of your situation. It’s only up to you. No one else is there to do you a favor.” Says the graduate of Vanderbilt business school and daughter of the managing director of an investment group...
          Comentario en Buceo en Tenerife por Carta a los Reyes Magos: viaje al Mar Rojo   
[...] un viaje de buceo, aunque mucho más avanzado que cualquier inmersión que haya hecho, puesto que hay muchos pecios, inmersiones profundas de 30-40 metros y sobre todo, 3-4 al día, por [...]
          Beware THE STREAM MONSTER: CEO 2017 stream commentary brought to life   
They lurk on the ‘net, waiting for tournament gameplay to […]
          4 Great Tips To Get Your Ex Girlfriend Back   
If you feel as if nothing you do is going to help, but you just can not stop thinking about wanting to get your ex girlfriend back but do not know how to go about starting the process or even have a clue as to where to begin or what went wrong. Guess what? 9 times out of every 10, if this is what you are going though then it more than likely is because you did something wrong. Lets face it, we all understand that for most men it is hard for them to maintain relationships with women, but all is not lost, and it is really possible to have a healthy, growing relationship that you secretly yearn for, with the right knowledge and education. The first step you need to do is look inward take a good hard look at the relationship. Try to understand and figure out what happened in this relationship so that you can begin to take the steps needed to get your ex girlfriend back.





Ask yourself some tough questions such as: Where did I go? Why did your ex girlfriend break up with you? What was the cause of the breakup? Was it something you did, or didn't do? Was it your lack of attention or respect for her and the relationship? First learn the true reason for the breakup, face the reality of what went wrong and your role that you played in your breakup. Then you will be prepared and will be ready to get your ex girlfriend back, when you are true to yourself and visit these issues, to consider the following:





"What Did I Do Wrong?"





In some relationships, girls will spend hours trying to tell you all of your faults. Some can really get into great detail while others just always say nothing is wrong or its me not you and just will not open up. Keep in mind when you are trying to figure out what you did wrong, don't be afraid to ask her. When you approach her and ask her questions you are showing her that you are mature and you really do take the relationship responsibility seriously enough to ask. This is a big step to learning how to get your ex girlfriend back it will open the lines of communication up between the two of you and it will help her to open up to you and tell you what she thinks you need to do to make the necessary changes.





But what if she will not talk to you and tell you where it went wrong or what you did or did not do and she is refusing to speak with you and you still want to get your ex girlfriend back, consider the following things:





1 - You may need to pay more attention to her if you want to get your ex girlfriend back. Sometimes men get too comfortable in a relationship and feel as if they no longer have to "woo" their girl. Women don't like it when you're not paying enough attention to them. Sometimes they feel as if you take them and the relationship for granted, as if you feel no matter what you do or dont do, they will always be there. Think of all the things you did in the beginning of the relationship when it was "new", these are the things that made her interested in you in the first place. This really isn't an unreasonable request on their part. It's vital to every relationship that you give enough attention to your loved ones. Make her aware of the fact of your reasons you stopped doing the little things, if its because you felt comfortable in your relationship and didn't feel she always needed reassurance, tell her this, also ask her what it is that she needs from a man, it could be something as simple as opening the car door for her, or holding her hand when you sit and watch t.v.





What Is She Looking For In A Relationship?





2 - Lets face it women have a different views about emotional support than men do. If you want to get your ex girlfriend back, you need to figure out what she is looking for in terms of emotional support. She needs more than simply verbal affirmations, so buy her something nice to show her that you care about her. Flowers for no reason is a nice gesture, on the card write something like..."just because". Or maybe if she is cold all the time, buy her some really soft slippers with a note saying "for those nights I can't be with you to keep your toes warm". This is a great way to get the ball rolling when you want to get your ex girlfriend back. It shows her you pay attention to her and her needs and that you care.





3 - This should not even need to be said, but apparently it's necessary: Don't cheat on her! Even if shes cheated on you, cheating on her will not help you get your ex girlfriend back. If you like sleeping with different women, you don't deserve to get your ex girlfriend back, so don't even bother. Trust is the number one foundation of a relationship that all others are built upon. Break that trust and you may as well forget about ever getting it right again, especially if you are in the early stages of a relationship. Cheating is a violation of her heart and unless you have been on the receiving end of that pain, you will never understand how deep that cut can run. If you feel you need to be with another, then break off the relationship before you pursue an affair. Don't lie, or sneak around behind her back and then regret the act afterwards. For every act there is consequences, if you cheated accept the punishment, which maybe you lost your ex forever.





We Still Live Together, What Can I do?





What if you still live with her and you want to get your ex girlfriend back, show her you can help her keep your home nice. If you found you argued over certain house chores, then stop the fighting over it, is not pitching in with the housework and pulling your share of keeping "your home" nice worth loosing your ex girlfriend over? Participating as much as you can will show her that you care about the comfort and look of your home and you are responsible. Show her in ways around the house your love for her and respect your home you share together. Especially if she takes pride in her surroundings and it is an important aspect of who she is. Women love their homes to be fresh and clean and they resent having to pick up after you, you are her partner, her mate, not her child and she is not your mother so dont treat her and your home as if all the responsibility of the housework should fall upon her shoulders alone. Share in the tasks the rewards are too many to mention.





When you are ready to get your ex girlfriend back, know that the process is not difficult. It may require some basic life changes, and it may require some compromise on your end, however, these changes maybe necessary in order for you to have a mature and responsible relationship, and you need to know how to show your love for her. Be loving, caring, responsible and respectful, its usually the little things that you do and show her that may just get your ex girlfriend back after all.


Samantha B. Powers is the CEO and relationship expert that many turn to daily and is the author and owner of http://www.islovelost.com Samantha has helped thousands find their way back after a breakup and highly recomments The Magic Of Making Up website, many have found the free video and resources the first step to getting back with their ex.

get ex back: get ex back

get ex back: get your ex back

Article Source: www.articlesnatch.com


          ADTRAN Appoints Gregory McCray, CEO of Access, to Board of Directors   
...and CEO of PipingHot Networks, which brought broadband fixed wireless access equipment to market; senior VP of customer operations at Lucent Technologies where he managed the Customer Technical Operations Group for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA); and a member of ...

          Lunera Names Transformational Leader, John Bruggeman, Chief Executive Officer   
...marketing, services and support, and operations. With decades of executive leadership at market-leading companies like AOL ( News - Alert ) , Cadence, Lucent, Mercury, Netscape, Wind River, and most recently, as CEO of Traxpay, a privately-held B2B payments provider, John brings seasoned ...

          Joseph Dunsmore Joins Monnit Board of Directors and Business Team   
...Monnit Founder, CEO and Chairman. Dunsmore served as Chairman and CEO at Digi International, and in executive leadership capacity for Lucent, US Robotics and AT&T ( News - Alert ) . Recognized as a pioneering expert in M2M and Internet of Things technologies, products ...

          Liceo Classico “P. Mignosi” vince con un videoclip il concorso promosso dall’Associazione Socialread   
Liceo Classico “P. Mignosi” sugli scudi per la vittoria al Concorso 2.0 promosso dall’Associazione Socialread. La competizione, a cui hanno partecipato scuole concorrenti da tutta la regione, si prefiggeva lo scopo di mettere in luce quanto di positivo e buono la nostra amata terra produce in termini di bellezze artistiche, naturali, ma anche di risorse […]
          Practitioner Profile: ACYR appoints ToP champion Sharlet Barnett as CEO   
Sharlet Barnett is the recently appointed CEO of Arizona Call-A-Teen Youth Resources, Inc. (ACYR).  She has worked directly with young people, youth professionals, and community groups since 1996, after graduating from the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 1998 with a degree in Psychology.  During her time with ACYR she became trained in ToP methods and […]
          Waarom Bol.com nooit een Amazon werd - en Daniel Ropers geen Jeff Bezos   
De Amerikaanse internetwinkel Amazon.com is met een jaaromzet van 136 miljard dollar ruim honderd keer groter dan zijn Nederlandse broertje Bol.com. Had dat ook andersom kunnen zijn en heeft vertrekkend CEO Daniel Ropers van Bol.com iets verkeerd gedaan?
          Quiet Giant T. Rowe Wants You to Know Stock Pickers Still Matter   
“Over a market cycle, we’ll put up our results against passive any day of the week,” CEO William Stromberg says.
          Son Of Fake News   
The AP follows CNN's lead:
This time, the Associated Press invented an imaginary meeting between EPA administrator Scott Pruitt and Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris, and then alleged that some kind of impropriety happened as a result.

This is exactly the same mistake CNN made a week ago, when it alleged that Anthony Scaramucci—the founder of SkyBridge Capital and an associate and ally of President Donald Trump—held “meetings” with Russian investment fund leaders and was under investigation by the Senate Intelligence Committee and Treasury Department as a result.

A Breitbart News investigation uncovered that no such “meetings” took place, the Senate Intelligence Committee was not investigating the matter, and the Treasury Department had already—at the urging of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) to now Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin before Trump’s inauguration—looked into it and determined the matter to be entirely “without merit.”
There's more than enough fake news to go around for everyone...
          Congressman Paul Ryan visits JX Peterbilt   

JX Peterbilt President & CEO Eric Jorgensen met with Congressman Paul Ryan to discuss potential impact of key legislative issues on the transportation industry.

(PRWeb April 30, 2015)

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/05/prweb12691725.htm


          WatchGuard Technologies Appoints Sean Price, Vice President Worldwide Sales   
Former CloudCheckr CEO and 30 year security industry veteran selected to lead company's global sales organization

          WatchGuard Technologies Announces Interim CEO   
WatchGuard's Board of Directors has named Michael Kohlsdorf as interim CEO while it conducts a selection process to replace Joe Wang

          poemas contemporaneos   

domingo 26 de julio de 2009

OLVIDO (Ramón de Almagro, argentino)

Tú puedes olvidar y los recuerdos
Se pegan a mi piel como un castigo

Tú puedes olvidar, yo sólo vivo
Añorando el querer que se ha perdido

Tú puedes olvidar y en cada noche
Mil vueltas siempre doy buscando olvido

Tú puedes olvidar, cómo quisiera
Olvidar como tú... sin un suspiro.

jueves 21 de mayo de 2009

CRIMINAL (Henrik Nilsson, sueco) Traducción de Ángela García

La poesía es criminal
No distingue lo tuyo de lo mío
está enmascarada y rompe las cámaras
tiene siempre varias vías de fuga
toma rehenes
siempre peligrosa, siempre en fuga
tiene su arma sin seguro
exasperada no tiene nada que perder
te fuerza a arrodillarte
maldice, prefiere la luz atenuada
es difícil de encontrar, pero siempre te encuentra
tiene dirección en el extranjero
mira siempre al lado
es la fugitiva
la que desaparece siempre por la puerta trasera
La poesía es criminal.

jueves 14 de mayo de 2009

LA HERIDA DE MI AMOR SANGRA VIOLETA Y SE VUELVE NOCHE (Silvia Favaretto, italiana)

He construido sendas de sueños y suspiros

para que pudieras recorrer

el camino hacia mi centro…

¿Te habrás quizás ahogado en mi última lágrima?

Sólo dime, ¿tengo que buscarte allá afuera en las selvas del mundo

o es en el laberinto de mi ego que te has escondido,

disfrazada de duende?

Desmigajo la consistencia de mi esencia,

me hundo en la pulposa carne uterina

tragada por el recuerdo.

He perdido mis pies.

¿Cómo haré para buscarte en todas las ciudades?

Vagaré afrentada por la gente

que ha odiado nuestro amor,

vagabundearé como un payaso olvidado

hacia nuestro mar.

Sé que estás allá escondida,

en la panza de alguna caracola.

Lo sé porque es así que llegaste a mí.

Yo era dura concha bivalva,

mi coraza protegía

la blanda carne rosácea de mis sentimientos.

Grano de arena, entraste

por el pasaje que te dejé, distraída,

entre las dos valvas.

Tu mundo se volvió perla

en mi regazo.

Desde mi vientre resplandecías

como la estrella más bella.

Cuando tuve que entreabrir al mundo

mi dura coraza,

el mundo te vio tan linda,

que te llevó lejos de mi.

Ya no eres mía.

Eres del mundo.

Y brillas con la misma hermosura.

Mi cáscara te recluía

y te encerraba.

Ahora resplandeces allá afuera

y es lindo pensar que

reflejas la cálida luz del sol

y no sólo

el rosáceo centelleo de mis entrañas.

Pero yo me siento lo que soy o sea

una almeja vaciada de su tesoro y de su amor,

violada en su secreto,

con la carne herida por el cuchillo

que le arrebató su perla,

sola y cansada,

sacudida por las olas del mar

en la ribera.

          KVNF Regional Newscast: June 30, 2017   
Lightner Creek Fire near Durango one of 30 blazes in the West Studies detail damage caused by pollution from wildfires Huge black market pot bust in Denver CU resident details impact of Medicaid cuts in state Delta Hospital CEO to hold Paonia town hall
          “San Diego Comic-Con Staying Until 2021” Says Mayor Kevin Faulkner   
Yesterday morning, outside of legendary Hall H of the San Diego Convention Center, Mayor Kevin Faulkner announced that the San Diego Comic-Con will be staying in the city through 2021. The San Diego mayor was accompanied by Tourism Authority CEO Joe Terzi, Convention Center CEO Clifford “Rip” Rippetoe, Comic-Con International’s Chief Communications and Strategy Officer […]
          Finance Manager - Walter A 'Slim' Thorpe Recovery Centre - Blackfoot, AB   
*Responsibilities and Duties* Financial * Provide general counsel to the CEO on all business and financial matters. * Oversee the benefits and payroll
From Indeed - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 22:14:42 GMT - View all Blackfoot, AB jobs
          Free family fun for the fourth   
KERNERSVILLE, N.C.– The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, The County of Forsyth and the Piedmont Wind Symphony present Family Fun for the Fourth on Sunday, July 2 at Piedmont Triad Park. Piedmont Wind Symphony presents a unique Patriotic Pops concert and guest vocalist Ken Kennedy will sing hit songs from the Great American Songbook.This July Four weekend event is part of the Forsyth County Summer Parks Series which is a collaboration between the County and The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. “Come, bring the whole family and folding chairs or a blanket and settle in for a musical treat,” president, and CEO of The Arts Council Jim Sparrow said. “The park is easily accessible and parking is plentiful and free.” Attendees may bring a picnic or patronize hot dog and Italian ice carts. Refreshments such as soda, water, beer and wine are available with all proceeds supporting the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. No outside alcohol is permitted. Family activities include Coffee Park Arts with face painting and patriotic tattoos, “Patriotic Photo Op” complete with props and costumes from Kernersville Little Theater and free, small American flags and patriotic pinwheels to the first 500 people! Gates open at 4 p.m, family activities begin at 5 p.m. and the Wind Symphony concert begins at 6:00 p.m.      
          Business Game Changers Radio with Sarah Westall: Economy Won’t Collapse, but Dollar Reset in our Future with Irvin Goldman   
EpisodeIrvin Goldman, founder of Validity Holdings, joins Business Game Changers for an in-depth discussion about the United States and global economy. His past experience as head of strategy at JPMorgan Chase (one of the Worlds largest banks) and CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald (one of a very small list of primary dealers with the Federal Reserve Bank) gives him unique insight into the inner workings of the U.S. and global economy.   During our discussion, he gives us his opinion on many of the big ...
          Associate to the CEO - Sana Commerce - Rotterdam   
Omdat je optreedt als projectmanager, communicatie adviseur én executive assistant. Sana’s CEO ontzorgen!...
Van Sana Commerce - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 14:04:43 GMT - Toon alle vacatures in Rotterdam
          Founder of failed Fyre Festival faces federal fraud charges   
(CNN) — The co-founder of the Fyre Festival was arrested and charged with one count of federal wire fraud on Friday, according to the Manhattan US Attorney’s Office. Prosecutors allege that William “Billy” McFarland, co-founder and CEO of Fyre Media, defrauded at least two investors who invested about $1.2 million total in the Fyre Festival. McFarland allegedly also presented one investor with false stock ownership documentation in an effort to legitimize the project. He was arrested Friday in New York […]
          Transitioning from National Laboratory to Public Company - Entrepreneur Podcast Network – EPN   
Mark Cola, Co-Founder, President and CEO of Sigma Labs, a company that develops and engineers advanced, in-process, non-destructive quality inspection systems for commercial firms worldwide joins Enterprise Radio.
          How Entrepreneurs Can Realize Rapid Growth with a Strong SaaS Product - Entrepreneur Podcast Network – EPN   
Ganesh Shankar the CEO and Co-Founder of RFPIO again joins Enterprise Radio. This RFP software helps businesses make the RFP response process easier and he’s here to talk about his experience as a SaaS entrepreneur.
          Rich Battista Named Time Inc. CEO Replacing Joe Ripp   
Time Inc. has named Rich Battista President and Chief Executive Officer of the company, effective immediately, succeeding Joe Ripp. Battista will be joining the Time Inc. Board of Directors and Ripp will continue to lead the board as Executive Chairman. "I am deeply grateful to have had the opportunity to lead this tremendous company for the past three years, and I am excited about its future,” said Ripp. “We have made real progress in the transformation into a…
          Vimeo CEO Kerry Trainor Sets Exit As Parent IAC Looks For A New Chief   
Vimeo CEO Kerry Trainor told staffers today that he’s stepping down as chief of IAC’s filmmaker-founded video sharing site “to live life for a bit while working with a few companies as a board member until I'm ready to announce my next full-time project.” The former AOL and Yahoo exec will stay as an adviser while Vimeo looks for a new CEO. IAC chief Joey Levin will serve as interim CEO of Vimeo. Trainor says that, after four years at the operation, it “wasn't an easy…
          Broward Health's $650,000 CEO holds master's degree from diploma mill   

The new chief executive of Broward’s largest public hospital system holds a master’s degree in health administration from a defunct university that has been identified by federal investigators as a diploma mill.

Beverly Capasso, who was just awarded a $650,000 annual salary to run Broward Health,...


          EPA Chief Met With Dow Chemical CEO Before Deciding Not to Ban Toxic Pesticide   

Originally published: EcoWatch 


          Sales & Business Development Manager - INVORG - London, ON   
The CEO has been the face of INVORG and has historically led all deals; It is your responsibility to take the lead on all deals and advise the CEO when it is...
From Indeed - Tue, 27 Jun 2017 18:10:11 GMT - View all London, ON jobs
          Driller - Davis mining - Trout Lake, BC   
The Winslow mine is in an exploratory phase this year and drilling will be required throughout the summer months.The CEO of Davis Mining Corp is a very...
From Indeed - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 04:41:50 GMT - View all Trout Lake, BC jobs
          SN Subrahmanyan new CEO & MD of Larsen & Toubro   
A M Naik said Subrahmanyan has a great work ethic and business acumen to take L&T to greater heights in the future.
          Argentina. La cristinización de la protesta social   

kaosenlared.net

Argentina. La cristinización de la protesta social Kaos en la red


Por lavaca
El comienzo real de la campaña electoral tuvo fotos que no fueron de estudio, ni para los afiches. Las operaciones mediáticas, los reclamos callejeros, las manipulaciones, y las claves para comprender algo de lo que se viene.
La represión que el miercoles incluyó detenciones realizadas por policías de civil, heridos por balas de goma, camiones hidrantes y hasta un blooper protagonizado por las motos de la Federal se transformó hoy en la primera producción de la campaña electoral del gobierno de Mauricio Macri, quien presentó así sus intenciones de cristinizar la protesta social como forma de manipular dos pájaros con una misma operación mediática: desacreditar los reclamos callejeros que producen sus medidas de ajuste y convertir a su principal rival en la madre de todas las protestas.
Así y por primera vez asistimos a una campaña electoral en la cual el marketing no se plasma en carteles ni eslogans, sino en tapas de diarios –salvo en el caso de Página 12, único diario que utilizó la palabra “represión”- y zócalos de noticieros que repitieron a coro el guión oficial, calificando al unísono el brutal accionar policial como el “desalojo” de un “piquete violento” y los reclamos sociales como “incidentes”.
“Queremos saber si van a hacer un mínimo esfuerzo para poner una herramienta que genere trabajo porque todos los días se destruyen más puestos. Este gobierno descooperativiza y planea”, declaró uno de los convocantes de la protesta a la agencia Dyn para describir qué estaban reclamando.
“Planea” no alude a una planificación, sino al otorgamiento de planes sociales sin que el Estado estimule a quien lo reciba a organizarse para producir.
Es claro, entonces, que quienes se movilizaron al ministerio de Acción Social reclamaban algo concreto, que es lo mismo que están planteando muchos sectores afectados por la crisis económica desde hace un largo año y medio a este gobierno.
No se presentaron a sí mismos como “piqueteros” –término que identificaba a finales de los 90 a quienes no tenían otra opción para ser escuchados que cortar rutas y calles-, sino como “cooperativistas”, personas que se han organizado para producir y necesitan una política estatal que las proteja de la desigualdad que ha establecido la catarata de privilegios que están obteniendo las corporaciones en estos tiempos de Cambiemos.
Como bien señala una nota de Clarín, uno de los voceros de esta protesta fue Eduardo Montes, a quien no presentó como integrante de la imprenta recuperada hace ya 15 años por la cooperativa Gráfica Patricios –que dio lugar en sus instalaciones a que el gobierno porteño estableciera una escuela secundaria pública con orientación gráfica y a una sala de salud que depende del Hospital Argerich- sino como alguien “que supo integrar el movimiento Evita y más tarde se integró a la Mesa de Economía Social de La Cámpora”. Esta filiación política le permitió a Clarín titular la nota: “La Cámpora, Quebracho y la Tupac, detrás del piquete y los piedrazos”.

Las fuentes

Con idénticos datos que Clarín el portal Big Bang News editó una nota de características similares titulada: “Quiénes son los líderes kirchneristas del caos en la 9 de Julio, según el gobierno”. Desde el título identifica la fuente de la información, pero en el cuerpo de la nota la precisa: “Según fuentes policiales” Montes era “ex empleado del Ministerio de Trabajo” y “manejaba el Programa de Trabajo Autogestionado”. Montes, en realidad, es vicepresidente de la Unión Productiva de Empresas Recuperadas (UPEA) y en esa función ha articulado los programas del Estado específicos para el sector, como ha sucedido con todas las organizaciones que nuclean a diferentes recuperadas.
Desde que asumió Mauricio Macri, las empresas recuperadas han sido foco de todo tipo de violencias. La más evidente es el veto de las leyes de expropiación del Bauen Hotel y Acoplados del Oeste, obtenidas por leyes que fueron aprobadas por amplia mayoría en ambas cámaras parlamentarias (de Nación y de Provincia de Buenos Aires) y que la sola firma del Presidente, en un caso, y de la gobernadora Vidal, en el otro, anuló. Como bien sintetizó Eduardo Murúa, uno de los referentes del Movimiento de Empresas Recuperadas, “En un gobierno del CEO las fábricas sin patrón representamos lo imposible”.
La mayor parte movimiento que recuperó trabajo sin ayuda del Estado y lo sostuvo hasta hoy a pesar del poco entusiasmo kicrhnerista y de la hostilidad macrista, no estuvo presente ayer en la Avenida 9 de Julio, como sí lo estuvo en las marchas y paros convocados por las centrales sindicales, porque en su gran mayoría se identifica con las medidas consensuadas por todas las organizaciones gremiales. Pero aún en sus diferencias tácticas todos acuerdan que la situación del sector es urgente y que esas urgencias son las que terminan dictando las medidas de protesta, mucho más que las especulaciones electorales.
La Federación Gráfica Bonaerense denunció la situación que atraviesa el sector, uno de los tantos afectados por la crisis de la industria nacional: está trabajando al 55% de su capacidad. A este cuadro general, la cooperativa Gráfica Patricios le suma lo que representó para esa empresa recuperada por sus trabajadores el tarifazo: pasaron de pagar 24.231, 44 pesos a 127.940,39 por mes de luz.
Nada de esto fue “noticia” ayer.
La cristinización de la protesta social dominó el discurso mediático anticipando que de aquí a octubre vamos a soportar un estigma que, a pesar de los esfuerzos del gobierno y la prensa comercial, muchas personas ya aprendieron a decodificar.
Hoy cuando la noticia del suicidio de un jubilado en las oficinas del Anses de Mar del Plata sacude la sensibilidad de todo el país, el community manager Emilio Basavilbaso, titular de esa oficina, atajó desde Twitter: “Lamentamos el uso político de una situación tan personal y dolorosa”.
Es cierto: el impacto del brutal ajuste económico en la vida de las personas y el dolor que produce se usan en esta campaña electoral de maneras que vamos a lamentar cada vez más.
29/06/2017
.
La cristinización de la protesta social

          Breaking the mould in the legal sector   

Harper James Solicitors are bringing a breath of fresh air to the legal sector – hiring in senior professionals who can work when and where they want. CEO Toby Harper explains.

The post Breaking the mould in the legal sector appeared first on Hire Me My Way.


          Elon Musk's car tunnel gets an elevator next week - Recode   

Recode

Elon Musk's car tunnel gets an elevator next week
Recode
Elon Musk's plan to dig tunnels under cities for cars to circumvent traffic is coming to fruition — starting in the SpaceX parking lot in Los Angeles. The serial entrepreneur is breaking ground with his new startup The Boring Company, which Musk says ...
Elon Musk unveils a parking lot prototype for The Boring Company's car elevatorGeekWire
Boring Company CEO Elon Musk Says Car Elevator For LA Tunnels Will Start Operating Next WeekInternational Business Times
Elon Musk Says Elevator To Underground Tunnel Should Be Functional Next WeekForbes
The Mercury News -TheStreet.com -ValueWalk -WIRED
all 205 news articles »

          President Trump ends LGBTQ Pride Month the same way he began it: with silence   

NEW YORK – Sarah Kate Ellis, President and CEO of GLAAD – the world’s largest LGBTQ media advocacy organization, released the following statement after President Trump refused to acknowledge June as LGBTQ Pride Month by presidential proclamation, remaining silent the entire month and breaking an eight-year tradition set by former President Barack Obama.

“President Trump tried to gaslight LGBTQ Americans during his campaign, but it was an empty charade that opened the door for his administration to try and systematically erase us from the fabric of this nation. President Trump’s refusal to acknowledge Pride Month is a continuation of his anti-LGBTQ agenda, but Pride reminds us that we are strongest when we are loud and visible. LGBTQ Americans and the countless leaders in faith, business, and all areas of our culture who recognized Pride over the past few weeks will continue to resist until full respect and acceptance are given to all.”

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: TIMELINE OF CALLING OUT PRESIDENT TRUMP FOR SILENCE ON PRIDE MONTH

  • 6.02.17: GLAAD sent a press release including a statement from GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis calling out the Trump Administration for his negligence in not issuing a Pride Proclamation: “While the Trump Administration tries to systematically erase LGBTQ people and families from the fabric of this nation, LGBTQ Americans and allies must do what we know best this Pride month – stay visible and march for acceptance.”
  • 6.02.17: Sarah Kate Ellis and countless others responded to Ivanka Trump on Twitter for her weak attempt to save face via tweets mentioning Pride month.
  • 6.06.17: GLAAD condemned Donald Trump for addressing anti-LGBTQ leaders in Washington, D.C.  
  • 6.11.17: Sarah Kate Ellis called out Trump for refusing to acknowledge Pride Month on the stage at the National Equality March in D.C.
  • 6.11.17: GLAAD called on Fox News to ask Ivanka Trump why her father has refused to issue a proclamation.
  • 6.16.17: Sarah Kate Ellis called out President Trump’s silence on LGBTQ Pride Month at the NYC Pride Rally.
  • 6.26:17: GLAAD responded to Hillary Clinton for tweeting her support and called out President Trump for remaining silent.
  • 6.26.17: Newsweek covered GLAAD’s continued pressure on the Trump Administration to acknowledge LGBTQ Pride Month.
  • 6.28.17: Sarah Kate Ellis, GLAAD President and CEO speaks to Daily Beast about Donald Trump’s silence and what it represents: “If President Trump goes until July 1 without mentioning Pride Month, Ellis says that “it sends a continuation of the message that he’s been sending since January which is that we’re not valued, that we’re not important, that we don’t exist, and that he and the administration that he’s put in place will do everything to roll back and unwind any progress that we’ve been able to achieve as a community.”

###

 

June 30, 2017
Issues: 
Tags: 

          Texas Supreme Court rules to undermine marriage equality, take away spousal benefits for LGBTQ couples   

Pidgeon v Turner case is a red flag to LGBTQ Americans that fight to protect marriage equality is evolving in age of Trump Administration

NEW YORK – Sarah Kate Ellis, President and CEO of GLAAD – the world’s largest LGBTQ media advocacy organization, released the following statement after the Texas Supreme Court issued a decision for the Pidgeon v. Turner court case this morning which could now begin the process to undercut marriage equality by erasing spousal benefits, including health care benefits, for legally married LGBTQ couples in the state of Texas. The Court ruled that there is not a de facto right to government benefits for married gay and lesbian couples.

"The Texas Supreme Court’s decision this morning is a warning shot to all LGBTQ Americans that the war on marriage equality is ever-evolving, and anti-LGBTQ activists will do anything possible to discriminate against our families. In the age of the Trump Administration, which continues to systematically erase LGBTQ Americans from the fabric of this nation, the LGBTQ community and our allies must remain visible and push back harder than ever against attacks on acceptance.”


BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Pidgeon V. Turner Timeline

  • Nov. 2005 - Texas bans gay marriage by referendum.
  • Nov. 2013 - After United States v. Windsor, then-mayor Annise Parker extends spouse benefits to city employees in same-sex marriages legally obtained in other states.
  • Dec. 2013 - Jack Pidgeon and Larry Hicks file a lawsuit against Parker and City of Houston, arguing providing benefits to same-sex spouses violates Texas Constitution and Texas Family Code.
  • Dec. 2013 - Trial court grants temporary injunction halting benefits.
  • Aug. 2014 – U.S. District Court, S.D. Texas, Houston Division ruled in favor of Pidgeon and Hicks.
  • March 2015 - City appeals decision to Fourteenth Court of Appeals in Texas.
  • June 2015 - While case is on appeal, SCOTUS decides Obergefell v. Hodges.
  • July 2015 - Based on Obergefell, Fourteenth Court of Appeals dissolves injunction and sends matter back to trial court for decision in line with SCOTUS ruling.
  • Sep. 2016 – Anti-LGBTQ activist in Texas launch a letter-writing campaign to pressure Texas Supreme Court Judges, who are elected officials, to reopen the case. Many threatening the judge’s chances of reelection if they do not reconsider.
  • Oct. 2016 – Anti-LGBTQ group, Texas Values, lobbies the Texas Supreme Court to re-open the case.
  • Jan. 2017 – The Supreme Court of Texas agrees to hear the case.
  • Mar. 2017 - Supreme Court of Texas hears arguments in Pidgeon v. Turner; case has support of Gov. Greg Abbott, Attorney General Ken Paxton, and state senators and representatives, who all filed Amicus briefs.

###

 

 

 

June 30, 2017
Issues: 
Tags: 

          President Trump adds violently anti-transgender activist Bethany Kozma to Office of Gender Equality and Women’s Rights   

Anti-transgender activist is latest to be added to the most anti-LGBTQ administration in recent memory

NEW YORK – Yesterday, reports surfaced that President Trump appointed Bethany Kozma to serve as Senior Advisor to the Office of Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment at the US Agency for International Development. Kozma’s qualification for the role? She is known for being an anti-transgender activist, and, through this appointment, the Trump Administration has added yet another anti-LGBTQ activist to what has already been the most anti-LGBTQ administration in recent memory.

“When you google the name Bethany Kozma the first hit is a screed against transgender youth, but that’s not surprising since President Trump has been recruiting from a pool of the most vehemently anti-LGBTQ activists to run our great nation,” said GLAAD President and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis. “At a time when transgender women are facing rising levels of violence and income inequality, appointing someone to this post who has dedicated their life to harming transgender youth is a slap in the face to LGBTQ Americans and a huge leap in the wrong direction which could place some of the most marginalized Americans directly in harm’s way.”

Bethany Kozma has a history of peddling false and defamatory myths about transgender people. Her anti-LGBTQ activist work includes published work at the Daily Signal, a publication managed by the Heritage Foundation, and partnerships with anti-LGBTQ hate groups such as the Family Research Council. Kozma was one of the most visible leaders in a campaign to bar transgender students access to bathrooms corresponding with their gender identity at school.

Check out more of Kozma’s anti-LGBTQ record below as well as the anti-LGBTQ records of the entire Trump Administration by visiting GLAAD’s Trump Accountability Project.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Bethany Kozma, Senior Advisor to the Office of Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment at the USAID

-- Testified to her local school board that there is a direct link between sexual predators and trans access to facilities. “Imagine how predators will be emboldened and enabled, endangering other young girls if they are allowed to enter girls facilities and protected under your current policy.” (Begins at 17:10)

-- Informed her school board that the next superintendent must “not violate Title IX, not just in the female sports by allowing males to unfairly compete and possibly severely injure the girls, but also not allow males to take over bathrooms, showers, and locker rooms and push out females, denying them their right for privacy and safety.” (Begins at 53:55)

-- Warned another Virginia school board that fair bathroom policy “allows the man who identifies as the woman” into facilities and “tells young girls who are students that you don’t care how they feel and you will be discriminating against your own students, potentially opening them up to sexual harassment...sexual assault or rape.” (Begins at 8:50)

-- Response to a gender services clinic in Seattle: “This is horrible- a place where our children will be sterilized

-- Attempted to discredit the identities of transgender youth by referring to trans kids as  “gender confused children.”

-- Partnered with anti-LGBTQ hate groups including Family Research Council in a campaign to overturn the Obama Department of Education guidance for transgender students.


###

 

 

June 30, 2017
Issues: 
Tags: 

          GLAAD celebrates marriage equality in Germany    

Germany becomes only the twenty-third nation to legalize marriage equality

NEW YORK – Sarah Kate Ellis, President and CEO of GLAAD – the world’s largest LGBTQ media advocacy organization, released the following statement after the German Parliament today passed historic legislation which grants marital rights to LGBTQ couples, including the right to jointly adopt children. With over 83 percent of Germans supporting marriage equality prior to this vote, Germany is now only the twenty-third country across the globe which allows the right for LGBTQ couples to legally get married. The vote in the German Bundesrat was 393 to 226 in favor of marriage equality. The measure will move to German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier for his signature.

"Love prevails once again as LGBTQ couples in Germany obtain the right to marry the person they love and build lasting, loving families in their communities. As the world faces a resurgence of anti-LGBTQ activism, victories like we see in Germany highlight the importance of LGBTQ people staying visible."

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: COUNTRIES ACROSS THE GLOBE THAT HAVE LEGALIZED MARRIAGE EQUALITY

###

June 30, 2017
Issues: 
Tags: 

          Forex Maverick Review, SCAM Maverick App Exposed!   
The Forex Maverick software and trading robot by Frederik King the fake founder and CEO is a bona fide and BLACKLISTED SCAM. In our detailed and impartial review and investigation, our staff of diligent researchers will provide all the proof and evidence required in order to validate this fact. But first, a word of caution. It has been bought to our attention that there is a rogue group of unethical affiliate marketers peddling this filthy fake signals tool. This is extremely disturbing, so please refrain from clicking on any links you received from these spammers and unsubscribe immediately. Additionally, one of …
          United Way Announces New Home at Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation   

Eric Harrison, United Way President and CEO and Margarita de Escontrias, CEO, Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation

[caption id="attachment_54571" align="alignright" width="300"]Eric Harrison, United Way President and CEO and Margarita de Escontrias, CEO, Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation Eric Harrison, United Way President and CEO and Margarita de Escontrias, CEO, Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation[/caption] Camarillo–There are many caring nonprofits throughout Ventura County, but one of the leaders is Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation (CEDC). A long-standing partner with United Way to champion the underserved, CEDC will now house the 72 year old nonprofit at its building at 702 County Square Drive in Ventura. “We are thrilled with our new location and partnership with Cabrillo,” said Eric Harrison, United Way President & CEO. “Our new location is a responsible move that will save us nearly $750,000 with our new 7 year lease term and ultimately benefiting the community.”
CEDC partners with United Way on a variety of programs including the successful Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) that generated $2.5 million in returns back to low-income individuals and families, as well as AmeriCorps and a volunteer literacy program called Books Bonanza.
“This is an exciting time for United Way and Cabrillo,” said Margarita de Escontrias, Cabrillo’s CEO. “We have compatible missions and we are proud of our long-standing partnership which has helped those most in need living in our affordable communities, especially our children. With our co-location, we look forward to even more opportunities to collaborate.”
About United Way of Ventura County
Since 1945, United Way of Ventura County has advanced the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all. Our focus is on education, income and health, because these are the building blocks for a good quality of life. We support local services and programs that are more than just ‘stop gap’ measures, but rather solutions that help create lasting change. For more information about United Way of Ventura County, visit www.vcunitedway.org.
About the Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation
Cabrillo’s mission is to provide comprehensive housing services and community economic development activities that facilitate self-sufficiency for individuals and families who are most lacking in opportunity. Incorporated in 1981, Cabrillo’s early roots were in response to a farmworker community’s demand for secure housing. Cabrillo now provides housing for low- to moderate-income residents and families, including farmworkers, seniors, veterans and individuals with special needs.

          Statement on Senate Vote Seeking to Rollback Obama-era BLM Methane Rule   

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Representing the independent producers that develop 90 percent of America’s oil and natural gas wells, Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) President and CEO Barry Russell issued the following statement on today’s Senate procedural vote failing to allow debate on an Obama-era...

The post Statement on Senate Vote Seeking to Rollback Obama-era BLM Methane Rule appeared first on Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA).


          Jeans Shorts Abercrombie   
Jeans Shorts Abercrombie Images

11.0 SECONDARY DRESS CODE 11.1 Girls: All Girls’ Skirts, Sl ...
All girls’ skirts, slacks, sweaters, shorts, and capris are purchased from Parker Uniform, the No Abercrombie-Fitch clothing at school or any school activity. Regular cut jeans, not oversized or tight fitting—no low-waisted tight “skinny jeans”. ... Access Content

Photos of Jeans Shorts Abercrombie

SENIOR RECITAL REQUIREMENTS AND POLICIES
Precludes t-shirts, tank tops, denim jeans, shorts and cutoffs, athletic shoes, thongs and bare John Abercrombie Ornette Coleman John Coltrane Herbie Nichols Herbie Hancock Keith Jarrett ... Doc Retrieval

Jeans Shorts Abercrombie

Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF) - University Of Oregon Investment Group
Fitch, Hollister, abercrombie kids and Gilly Hicks. Each of these product lines has its own distinct style and associated target market. Abercrombie & Fitch targets young adults aged 18-22 and sells jeans, dress shirts, shorts, fragrances, and a number of ...

Watermelon Man: Herbie Hancock










Herbie Hancock plays "Watermelon Man" on Elvis Costello's Spectacle


Retrieve Doc

Jeans Shorts Abercrombie Pictures

R NASD SIPC New York, NY 10279 Sales & Trading: 212.774.6213 ...
• KEY MERCHANDISE: Denim jeans $30 to $54. Cargo, graphic tees, shorts • INVENTORY: Good • TRAFFIC: Fair • NOTABLE HIGHLIGHTS: See SALES. • SUMMARY: Sales like these this early in the season are probably a bad sign. Also have the effect of making Abercrombie & ... Read Document

Jeans Shorts Abercrombie

SWW Kidsignment! Pricing Suggestions
Jeans Leggings Shorts Skirts/Skorts Sweatpants Back packs Belts Gloves and Mittens Macy’s, Abercrombie, Children’s Place, Gap, Aeropostle Level 4 Ralph Lauren, Gymboree, ... View Full Source

Jeans Shorts Abercrombie Images

The Gap, Inc
Managing Revenue Growth While Maintaining Profitability. Case Study. February 15, 2007. Background Information: Abercrombie & Fitch Co. is a specialty retailer that operates stores selling casual apparel; such as knit shirts, graphic t-shirts, jeans, woven shirts, shorts; personal care and other ... Get Document

Pictures of Jeans Shorts Abercrombie

Home Products & Services About Us Contact Us View Cart Login
Labels / abercrombie,Affiliates Hollister Co., Ruehl ACTIVE APPAREL, INC. Address > 11076 Venture Dr., Mira Loma, CA91752 Accessories Bottoms Jeans Outerwear Shorts SleepwearSportswear SweatsSwimwear ... Return Doc

Teen Scene - Teen Fashion Advice Trends Articles
Abercrombie and Fitch has had preps shopping there for the longest time, though it's selection has changed quite a lot. Check out madras shorts, little polo tops, and great khakis. J. Crew has the nicest basics, Lilly Pulitzer-like dresses, simple sandals, and nice lowrise jeans and ... Read Article

Photos of Jeans Shorts Abercrombie

AUSTRALIAN CUSTOMS NOTICE NO. 2008/24
ABERCROMBIE & FITCH 92 (1103724) 25 Clothing, namely, hats, caps, visors, shirts, t-shirts, tank tops, knit tops, woven tops, halter tops, sweatshirts, sweatpants, jogging pants, swimwear, underwear, boxer shorts, bras, panties, hosiery, socks, pants, short pants, jeans Jeans and denim shorts ... Content Retrieval

Boxer Briefs - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
While some may find regular briefs too restrictive, others may find boxer shorts too loose. Abercrombie & Fitch; American Eagle; American Apparel Jeans; Jodhpurs; Overall; Parachute pants; Phat pants; Shorts ... Read Article

Jeans Shorts Abercrombie Images

ABERCROMBIE & FITCH - UW-Parkside: Help For Personal Homepages
! !much a part of the A&F aesthetic as sporty polo shirts, preppy shorts and logo Every single depiction of a model without a face besides the jeans example was the image of a man’s torso and abs. Even the little cousin abercrombie showed this male ... Read More

Jeans Shorts Abercrombie Images

Trade Mark Notices Under Section 137 Of The Trade Marks Act 2002
Trade Mark Holder: Abercrombie & Fitch Europe SA body suits, boxer shorts, bustiers, bras, camisoles, caps, footwear, foundation garments, hats; hooded pullovers; hooded sweatshirts; jackets; jeans; knit shirts; lounge pants; ... View Doc

Jeans Shorts Abercrombie Pictures

abercrombie shorts - YouTube
5:49 Watch Later Error How to Make Jeans into Shorts by ilyjessicaomg 30,627 views Abercrombie, Sephora, Forever 21 & More by allyssabebe 1,822 views; 1:11 Watch Later Error OOTD: Floral Craze, Casual Denim & Cardigan by ... View Video

Jeans Shorts Abercrombie Pictures

ABERCROMBIE & FITCH CO.
Including knit and woven shirts, graphic t-shirts, fleece, jeans and woven pants, shorts, sweaters, outerwear, personal care products and accessories for men, women and kids under the Abercrombie & Fitch, ... Content Retrieval

Jeans Shorts Abercrombie Photos

Lawsuit: Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Michael Jeffries Instructed Flight Attendants To Wear Boxers, Flip-flops
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Michael Jeffries ordered flight attendants serving him on the company's jet to wear boxers and flip-flops, documents filed in a lawsuit reveal. ... Read News

Jeans Shorts Abercrombie Images

IMPORTANT PASSPORT INFORMATION Signature British Columbia
σ

          Jeans Shorts Airplane   


Girls: No jeans, metal-studded clothing, denim, shorts, t-shirts, skirts that are too short or too tight, tops that are too short, too low, or too tight. Routine to a Class Art Piece of Art or Gallery of Art Work History of Lockheed-Martin, Marietta Working Model of Airplane Made ... Access Document

Jeans Shorts Airplane

SUGGESTED PACKING CHECKLIST - Grand Classroom - Student ...
And Keens are great)  Shirts and T-shirts  Sweatshirt or fleece  A pair of pants  Shorts weapons of any kind on the airplane as per FAA regulations.  PANTS – jeans or light weight hiking pants  ALTERNATIVE RAIN SUIT – ... Fetch Full Source

Images of Jeans Shorts Airplane

Lawsuit: Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Michael Jeffries Instructed Flight Attendants To Wear Boxers, Flip-flops
Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Michael Jeffries ordered flight attendants serving him on the company's jet to wear boxers and flip-flops, documents filed in a lawsuit reveal. ... Read News

Welcome To . . . The Rock WOL Island, NY
Airplane -Word of Life provides roundtrip van shuttle service from Albany International jeans and sweatshirts for the evenings. You’ll want something a little nicer to wear on Sunday No Short Shorts - Shorts Are To Be Finger Tip Length ... Fetch This Document

Party Themes And Decorations - GradNight.org - Home
JEANS, T-SHIRTS RED/WHITE/BL UE WESTERN SHERIFF BADGE Indy 500 Land at LAX Boxer Shorts Throw Corn American Graffiti “Airplane” Crash into terminal ... Retrieve Content

Project Aerospace Summer Academy Program Application
airplane flight. The target age group is middle to high school students, target ages 14-17 years. activities, so, for your safety, no sandals or open toe shoes, no short shorts, short skirts, baggy oversized style jeans, and no facial jewelry such as nose or eyebrow ... Get Content Here

Pictures of Jeans Shorts Airplane

The Spouse’s Battle Book Is Here - US Army War College
Wild glow in the dark boxer shorts (my husbands favorite) Rice krispy treats in different shapes PAPER AIRPLANE PERFORMANCE. Each kid receives a plain sheet of 8"x 10" white paper to create a paper airplane. ... Fetch Content

Photos of Jeans Shorts Airplane

San Diego USMC Marine Graduation Information - San Diego, CA
This part is super simple, jeans and shorts for everything, yes Mom, I said everything. Remember, we are not going out there for a fashion show ... Fetch Doc

Dining With Etiquette Lg - FORDHAM.EDU
LADIES Slacks, jumpsuits, sport coordinates, dress blue jeans. Don’t Dress GENTLEMEN Seasonal clothing (shorts, blue jeans) tactful trendy cloths. Don’t share someone’s food by spearing it with a fork and guiding it across the table like a toy airplane! ... Fetch Document

The Somewhat Minor Annoyances Of Being Overweight -- What Are ...
Also, women's clothing - why do men get to be comfortable in baggy t-shirts and shorts while I have to wear skintight jeans and top to be trendy? I have to say that flying on an airplane and fearing the need of a seat belt extender. ... Read Article

Things To Bring* - St. Ambrose University
Long pants: 2 pair, light weight so they can dry; denim jeans would be a bad idea. shorts: 1 pair; don’t plan on wearing them in the field unless you like to be day pack (part of baggage; use as your airplane carry-on) ziploc and/or other waterproof bags – really essential, especially for camera ... Get Doc

MsMandyWong's Channel - YouTube
2:23 3 OOTDS: Floral Dress, Mesh Dress & Tribal Top with Shorts 1,050 views | 9 months ago; 1:01 OOTD: Sweater & Jeans (Airplane/Airport) 1,622 views | 9 months ago ... View Video

List Of Scooby-Doo Characters - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
He was also briefly the star of his own seven-minute shorts — the Scrappy and Yabba Doo segments to meet up with the current Scooby gang, who was trying to find the Mystery Machine (an airplane season and cuts her afro to a much shorter curly hair and sports a trench coat and normal jeans ... Read Article

Recurring Saturday Night Live Characters And Sketches ...
She professed her love for Garth Brooks in a song entitled "Adonis in Blue Jeans" when he hosted October 16, 1999 - featuring host Heather Graham, Will Ferrell and Chris Parnell as airplane passengers. Digital Shorts ... Read Article

Aaliyah - Simple English Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Participated in fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger's All America Tour and was featured in Tommy Jean ads, which depicted her in boxer shorts, baggy jeans and a The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) report stated that "the airplane was seen lifting off the runway, and then nose down, impacting ... Read Article

WHAT TO BRING LIST - Fort Worth Teen Challenge
3-5 pairs of jeans or casual slacks 2-4 pairs of shorts (loose fitting and no higher than 5” above the knee) by bus or airplane. REMEMBER……SPACE IS LIMITED!!!!! WHAT NOT TO BRING ... Access Doc

TRIZ UPDATE FOR S.C. JOHNSON - Innovation-TRIZ · Welcome
I want shorts in summer and jeans in winter--in the same piece of clothing Mattress design to accommodate different firmness preferences Water filled weight should be low So: A B CONTRADICTIONS ®Ideation International A characteristic must be higher and lower (self-opposing) Example: An airplane ... Document Viewer

Item Maintenance Crosswalk - Welcome To Oklahoma's Official ...
JEANS, WORK, MALE 02008451 OVERALLS. MEN NOT LESS THAN 10 ENGINES AND PARTS, AIRPLANE 25200000 Aerospace systems and components and equipment Slacks and trousers and shorts 53101700 Sweaters 53101900 ...

Transit Van Shuttle Services Inc.










Airport Shuttle Services, Non-Emergency Transportation, Courier Delivery


View Document


I chatted with the young teacher in jeans who appeared very fond of his group. The watch and half a dozen of other objects dangled from his shorts. I would then ask him what the time was. ... Get Content Here

Jolly Phonics Vocabulary For Finger Phonics Big Books
T: tennis, hit, racquet, turn, top, tin, cats, nut, tent, teddy, feet, shorts, n: airplane/plane, net, neck, nip, hand, man, pants, noise, sand, handle, j: jam, jug, jeans, jumper, jet, jacket, juice, jiggle, jelly (Jell-O), juggle, ... Document Retrieval

Jeans Shorts Airplane Pictures


(3) pairs of shorts (3) T-shirts Underwear Jammies Light jacket, if you plan to drive to the Hilo side of the island where it's cooler Light jeans, same reason as above (You can wear the light jeans and jacket on the airplane, since the airline cabins ... Fetch This Document

Photos of Jeans Shorts Airplane

Old Nantucket Warily Meets The New - New York Times
Dressed in blue jeans and a pink button-down shirt, he looked across the breadth of his swimming Bermuda shorts and Topsiders. Now, Dr. Murray suggested, the rule is: If you've got it, flaunt it. We go to a cocktail party and a guy is telling my wife about his airplane. ... Get Content Here


          AES International CEO Sam Instone Pushes for a Paradigm Shift in Financial Advice   

Sam Instone calls on the international financial ‘industry’ to shift from a company-centric approach to a client-centric approach.

(PRWeb November 28, 2014)

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/11/prweb12356927.htm


          Opera to Use acid2 Beyond the Desktop   
Opera Software plans to use the acid2 test not only to improve implementation and correct bugs within the desktop browser, but then do so for its mobile browsers, too. Jon S. von Tetzchner, co-founder and CEO of Opera Software, writes: “When our rendering engine gets it right, you can expect to see the smiley face [...]
          Buffalo Zoo to Receive Funds Raised for Giraffe Structure    
The Buffalo Zoo will receive funds raised from a raffle campaign on New Years Eve during a check presentation ceremony and name drawing to determine the winner of a new car.

The “Share a Little Shade” raffle campaign was organized and managed by Community Papers of Western New York (CPOWNY). The Zoo was approached by CPOWNY early in 2015 to launch a campaign to raise $25,000 needed for a shade structure for the giraffe yard.

Throughout 2015, CPOWNY readers and members of the Western New York community purchased raffle tickets for the chance to win a one-year lease from Towne MINI, or $5,000 cash. A giraffe-wrapped MINI Cooper made multiple appearances at the Zoo, as well as taking center stage at regional events throughout the year to draw participants for the raffle. The raffle entries were in the thousands and exceeded the $25,000 goal.  The structure will be installed in the Zoo’s giraffe yard in 2016.



The winning name will be drawn at Towne MINI (8240 Main St.) in Williamsville on Thursday, December 31 at 10:30 a.m. Representatives from the Zoo will be present for the event and presented with a check for the funds raised. The winner will also be announced via the Zoo’s social media platforms.

“The fundraising efforts for this project would not have been successful without the help of CPOWNY and their readers,” said Buffalo Zoo President & CEO Donna M. Fernandes, PhD. “We are so very grateful to them as well as Towne MINI, Lamar Advertising, and Paula’s Donuts. Their tireless efforts helped to raise the funds we needed for this important project.”

The structure is an improvement recommended by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of zoos and aquariums in the areas of conservation; education; science; and recreation, by means of an accreditation process every five years.


          02 JUNIO 2017   



  • - IMPORTACION MARITIMA, PUERTO DEL CALLAO

    IMPORTACIONES CALLAO: EXPORTADORES
    FECHA: 02 JUNIO 2017(CALLAO)
    BUQUE: CARTAGENA EXPRESS


    ORIGEN..¦EXPORTADOR..........¦PRODUCTO..............................................................¦KILOS
    ANTWERPEN
    3M DEUTSCHLAND GMBH................¦FILTRO PARA MASCARA 3M 6059 CONTRA VAPORES Y GASES (64 UNIDADES X CAJA¦212
    3M WROCLAW SP ZO O O...............¦OREJERAS PARA PROTECCION 3M X2A 10U/CAJALOTE: 2606739 OREJERAS PARA PR¦49
    ABB NV.............................¦FILTRO DE ARMONICOS ABB PQFS 208-415V 30A PARA LA PROTECCION DE DISPOS¦152
    AGFA GRAPHICS NV...................¦PLANCHAS DIGITALES AZURA TU 15 AGFA AZURA TU 15 16 CAJAS X 50 PLANCHAS¦3479
    ALLGAIER INSTRUMENTE GMBH..........¦CD ALLGAIER 99-603-015 USO:MATERIAL PUBLICITARIO CDS DE CATALOGOS PARA¦1130
    APELDOORN FLEXIBLE PACKAGING BV....¦LAMINA RESINEX APELDOORN ANCHO:0.210 METROS ESPESOR:0.035 MM GRAMAJE:2¦8728
    ARLANXEO DEUTSCHLAND GMBH..........¦BAYPREN ALX 320-1 SE COMERCIALIZA EN KILOGRAMOS USO...................¦16531
    ARLANXEO DEUTSCHLAND GMBH..........¦BAYPREN ALX 233-2 BAYPREN 233 BAYPREN AKX 233-2 USO:USO: INDUSTRIAL CO¦15498
    ARMA FILTRE SISTEMLERI SAN VE TIC..¦PERFILES DE ALUMINIO, MANGOS DE ALUMINIO HS 76169990 760429...........¦813
    ARYSTA LIFESCIENCE BENELUX SPRL....¦RAPTOR 10 EC RAPTOR 10 EC CONCENTRADO EMULSIONABLE ALFACIPERMETRINA (I¦2448
    ATLAS COPCO AIRPOWER NV............¦COMPRESOR PORTATIL ATLAS COPCO XAS275 KD7 C2 8162-0694-11 USO:PARA USO¦3129
    ATLAS COPCO AIRPOWER NV............¦TANQUE,ATLAS COPCO,LV511 CE VESSEL....................................¦11174
    ATLAS COPCO AIRPOWER NV............¦TANQUE,ATLAS COPCO,LV511 CE VESSEL....................................¦7484
    AYROX SCRL.........................¦ANILLO DE SILICONA AYROX ANILLO DE SILICONA PARA CREAR VACIO ENTRE LOS¦407
    BASF SE............................¦TINOSORB M TINOSORB 55844446 40 PLASTIC DRUMS TINOSORB® M LOTE: 001663¦2361
    BASF SE............................¦SULFATO DE HIDROXILAMONIO 50192609; PRECIO UNITARIO CIF: 2 302.00 USD/¦319
    BASF SE............................¦TINOSORB M BASF PARA LA INDUSTRIA COSMETICA ARTICULO: 55844446 DENOMIN¦700
    BASF SE............................¦DISULFITO SODICO BASF 784 SACOS DE 25 KGS. NETOS C/U. / LOTE:71577397V¦24987
    BASF SE............................¦DIETANOLAMINA -LOTE: 33848156P0 (14 620 KG) FEC FAB: 07/04/2017 FEC VC¦18925
    BASF SE............................¦TRIETANOLAMINA-T98 SOLUCION 85%; LOT:33656788Q0 PROD:20/04/17;EXP:20/0¦19325
    BASF SE............................¦TRIETANOLAMINA BASF -TRIETANOLAMINA T98 SOLUCION 85%-80 BIDONES DE ACE¦19325
    BASF SE............................¦PROPILENGLICOL CARE BASF EN LA INDUSTRIACOSMETICA ARTICULO: 53705045 D¦2197
    BASF SE............................¦DEHYQUARD GUARD N BASF INDUSTRIA COSMETICA ARTICULO: 50241077 DESCRIPC¦640
    BASF SE............................¦TEXAPON SB 3 KC TEXAPON 50207526 4 PLASTIC DRUMS TEXAPON® SB 3 KC LOTE¦4360
    BASF SE............................¦COMPERLAN KD BASF USO EN LA INDUSTRIA COSMETICA BASF NO. DE MATERIAL:.¦2518
    BASF SE............................¦LUTAVIT E 50 LUTAVIT 50075923 240 PLASTIC FILM BAGS LUTAVIT® E 50 LOTE¦36950
    BASF SE............................¦COPPER-GLYCINATE BASF 50351985 PREMEZCLAPARA ALIMENTACION DE ANIMALES.¦1029
    BASF SE............................¦TINOSAN HP 100 BASF 36 TAMBORES X 60KG EN 4 PALETAS PARA FABRICACION D¦2356
    BATTERY SUPPLIES NV................¦TRB/5PZS450-L CELULA DE TRACCION 2V450AH SUELTO 500 UNIDADES CE.......¦13510
    BAYER CONSUMER CARE AG.............¦BEPANTHEN CREAM 5% 30G PE BEPANTHEN LOTE: GP01C4X MFG: 23/03/2017 - EX¦3537
    BOSKA HOLLAND CHEESEWARES..........¦VAJILLA PARA FONDUE BOSKA 340030 XXXXX USO:XXXXX FONDUE TAPAS BLANCO R¦874
    BSW BERLEBURGER SCHAUMSTOFFWERK GMB¦CANALETA PARA DRENAJE CON MAL HAURATON TOP X CODIGO 44320-BULTOS-44320¦11380
    BUHLER A G.........................¦JUNTA DE ARTICULACION BUHLER REPUESTOS PARA MAQUINAS PARA PREPARAR PIE¦63
    BUHLER AG..........................¦EQUIPO ADICIONAL PARA EXTRUSOR BUHLER EXTRUSION EQUIPO ADICIONAL PARA.¦7633
    CAPPELLE PIGMENTS NV...............¦COLORANTE DIACETANIL ORANGE CAPELLE CODIGO: 3427C USO INDUSTRIAL BULTO¦2125
    CELLMARK AB........................¦ACIDO ACETICO 72 IBC X 1030 KG C/U. USO INDUSTRIAL ACETIC ACID GLACIAL¦78480
    CHAN CHAN AMARYL BV................¦JABAS DE PLASTICO (CAJAS) CURTEC PLASTICBOXES GREENFOR PACKAGING AND T¦13002
    CHEMISCHE FABRIK BUDENHEIM KG......¦BUDAL PLUS FE 382 600 SACOS DE PAPEL POLIETILENO DE 20 00 KG. C/U. POL¦15603
    CMA CGM BELGIUM NV AS AGENT........¦CONTENEDORES VACIOS...................................................¦0
    DAIMLER AG.........................¦DISCO DE FRENO MERCEDES-BENZ REPUESTOS PARA VEHICULOS PARTES Y/O A9754¦18579
    DANISCO FRANCE SAS.................¦GRINDSTED XANTHAN BEV-HD DANISCO GOMA XANTANA (E415) + POLISORBATO 60.¦3038
    DRAHTWERK ELISENTAL................¦ALAMBRON DE ALUMINIO DRAHTWERK ELISENTA 7` 114535/000 USO INDUSTRIAL A¦10589
    DSV SOLUTION / BV STOKKE AS........¦JUEGOS Y ACCESSORIOS PARA BEBE 87150090...............................¦1547
    EASTMAN CHEMICAL BV................¦POLIVINIL BUTIRAL SAFLEX ACABADO:LISO; COLOR:CON COLOR PLASTIF: % CALI¦8404
    EMW FILTERTECHNIK GMBH.............¦FILTRO MINIPLIEGUE EMW M200118 FREOM BLANKET ORDER PLASTIC FRAME ONE S¦7925
    EURO GAMES TECHNOLOGY..............¦MAQUINA TRAGAMONEDA EURO GAMES TECHNOLOGY EGT-VS 15 A¥O: 2017 SERIE NO¦3998
    EUROGERM SA........................¦GERMIX BRG C2 EUROGERM 60 BOLSAS X 25KG ENZIMA PARA LA OPTIMIZACION DE¦2485
    EUROGERM SA........................¦GLUTEN DE TRIGO MANITO TRIGO PROD: MAY/17 VCTO: MAY/19 800 BOLSAS X 25¦20240
    EVONIK ANTWERPEN NV................¦METIONINA METAMINO 1000 KG BIG BAG METAMINO / LOTE N°: 170502A5 MANUF.¦40840
    EVONIK MATERIALS NETHERLANDS BV....¦EPILINK® 360 -KILOGRAMOS-BATCH: 2301743...............................¦1744
    EXXONMOBIL PETROLEUM & CHEMICAL BVB¦MOBILUBE LS 85W MOBIL EN 400 CAJAS PARA USO COMERCIAL 127838 MOBILUBE.¦7840
    EYSELF - BUSINESS GROUPSSCS........¦CERVEZA CLARA BUSH AMBER BUSH AMBREE CARTON 24X33CL CERVEZA CLARA.....¦3580
    FARBCHEMIE BRAUN GMBH & COKG.......¦AZUL SELMACID N-RBL FARBCHEMIE BRAUN 2 X25 00KG 2811-30/MA1710141 MATE¦783
    FARBCHEMIE BRAUN KG................¦NEGRO SELMACID B-M 20 X 25 00 KG. 2921-20 / MA170250 USO: COLORANTE NE¦835
    FEDERAL MOGUL......................¦COJINETES CASQUILLO REPUESTOS PARA VEHICULOS USO:N157/7 SEMI GLYCO....¦2667
    FLINT GROUP GERMANY GMBH...........¦NOVAVIT 1F918 SUPREME BIO FLINT GROUP VH10-118D-01BM PARA IMPRENTA BUL¦16626
    FRANKLAB...........................¦RINCE L7 ADITIVO DE ENJUAGUE FRANKLAB RINCE L7 RINSING AGENT SOLUTION.¦112
    FUJI TRADING.......................¦VALVULAS JIS F-7301 5K(5KG/CM2) 50A(TAMA¥O 50MM) CON CUERPO DE BRONCE.¦538
    GALACTIC SA........................¦GALIMAX DIACE-N-10 GALACTIC PREPARACION QUIMICA: MEZCLA LIQUIDA A BASE¦24400
    GAT GIVAT HAIM COOPERATIVE SOCIETY.¦CONCENTRADO DE UVA TRADEX BATCH: TE3539-1 F.P: 28/03/2017 F.V: 28/03/2¦25578
    GELAL CORAP SAN VE TIC AS..........¦MEDIA ADIDAS PER W INV T 3PP WHITE/MGREYH/B TE¥IDO; ACABADO: SIN FRANJ¦348
    GEMINI CORPORATION NV..............¦CAUCHO GRANULADO RUBBER GRANULE 2.5 - 6 MM INDUSTRIAL CAUCHO EPDM SEGU¦54930
    HAMBURG SUD BELGIUMHAMBURG SUD BELG¦CONTENEDORES VACIOS...................................................¦0
    HANDELSAGENTUR STAUDENMAIER........¦PAPEL WHITE TOP KRAFTLINER (VIRGIN FIBRE) 160 GSM 120+140 CMS USO:PARA¦24652
    HARSCH HENRI HH SA.................¦MENAJE DE CASA........................................................¦3720
    HELMUT KREUTZ MAHLWERKE GMBH.......¦ZIRCONOVA ZIRCON SILICATE KREUTZONIT SUPER INSUMO PARA LA INDUSTRIA CE¦25800
    HELMUT KREUTZ MAHLWERKE GMBH.......¦ZIRCONOVA ZIRCON SILICATE KREUTZONIT SUPER INSUMO PARA LA INDUSTRIA CE¦25800
    ITIPACK SRL........................¦ENZUNCHADORA ITIPACK ITI-20 REPORT-LT BATTERY POWERED STRAPPING TOOL M¦116
    JOHNSON & JOHNSON MD & D EUROPEAN D¦CIDEX OPA SOLUTION CIDEX ELABORADO POR SYSTAGENIX WOUND MANAGEMENT LIM¦6205
    JUNGBUNZLAUER SA...................¦GLUCONATO DE SODIO JUNGBUNZLAUER LOTE: 5115217 - F/F:18.04.17- F/V.04.¦20637
    KALLE GMBH.........................¦PA¥O ESPONJA DKASA ACABADO:GOFRADO; COLOR:CON COLOR PLASTIF: % CALIDAD¦2992
    KAO CHEMICALS GMBH.................¦EMAL 270D 160KG KAO CODIGO PRODUCTO: 321184 EMAL 270D 160KG PP DM.....¦19980
    KASTHALL MATTOR & GOLV AB..........¦ALFOMBRA 101-108356-01 26.69 CONFECCIONADO CON MECHON INSERTADO USO:DI¦336
    KEM-ONE IMMEUBLE...................¦RESINA DE PVCC LUCALOR LUCALOR PVCC PEY 795Y220 N° LOTE: 202321 LUCALO¦22560
    KODDAERT NV........................¦HOJALATA KODDAERT INDUSTRIAL BULTOS ETP COILS (BOBINAS DE HOJALATA....¦24352
    LABO DERMATHOLOGIQUES D URIAGE.....¦CREMA URIAGE ROSELAINE ANTI-ROUGEURS ROSELAINE CREME ANTI-ROUGEURS COD¦144
    LANXESS DEUTSCHLAND GMBH...........¦PREVENTOL PREVENTOL A14D LOTE: PRU0011 PARA USO INDUSTRIAL PRESENTACIO¦13097
    LANXESS DISTRIBUTION GMBH..........¦VULKANOX 4010 LANXESS NA/LG; PRESENTACION: 25 BOLSAS DE 25 KG C/U PARA¦653
    LIGNADECOR URETIM VE PAZARLAMA AS..¦PVC EDGE BAND KASTAMONU LIGNADECOR ANCHO:0.022 METROS ESPESOR:0.400 MM¦3395
    LINDE MATERIAL HANDLING GMBH.......¦MONTACARGAS LINDE E12-02 A¥O: 2017 SERIAL NUMBER:H2X386H04279 USO: MOV¦5030
    LUTOSA SA..........................¦PATATA FRITA PREFITAS LUTOSA 2268 CAJAS DE 4X2.5 KG LOTE 7036 - F. ELA¦71673
    MONKS INTERNATIONAL NV.............¦TELA ANCHO: 2.35 USO: PARA FABRICACION DE COLCHONES GRAMAJE : 404G/M2.¦6955
    MSA SORDIN AB......................¦PROTECTOR AURICULAR MSA LEFT/RIGHT PARA ADAPTAR AL CASCO DE SEGURIDAD.¦2539
    MYDIBEL NV.........................¦PAPA PREFRITAS CONGELADAS MYDIBEL PRESENTADOS EN 252 CAJAS DE 8X750GR.¦46793
    NESTLE SUISSE SA...................¦NESCAFE GOLD BLEND NESTLE PRESENTADO EN CAJA DE CARTON CORRUGADO ENV..¦4155
    NUTRITEC INTERNATIONAL SARL........¦B-TRAXIM 2C ZN-260 PANCOSMA LOTE: 67608PESV - FECHA DE FAB: 10/2016 -.¦8850
    OERLIKON-SCHWEISSTECHNIK AG........¦HARINA DE RUTILIO OERLIKON E-41 N° ARTICULO: ESMIN E41 MINERAL E41 HAR¦3060
    OPTIMAS OE SOLUTIONS...............¦INSERTO DE FIJACION OPTIMAS POSITION AUSRAHMENAUFTRAG 200234 PARA CONS¦2983
    OUTOTEC FINLAND OY.................¦TELA FILTRANTE OUTOTEC AINO T51 FILTER CLOTH OUTOTEC AINO T51 1.05X33M¦75
    PETITJEAN AL BABTAIN FRANCE SAS....¦POSTE GALVANIZADO PETITJEAN BETA 3260 FUSTE TRONCOCONICO DE ACERO FUST¦126
    PIEL COLOR TANNERY SAE.............¦CRUST LEATHER BLACK COLOR 2132 SIDES.C................................¦4470
    POWER TOOLS DISTRIBUTION NV........¦COMPRESOR ESTACIONARIO DE TORNILLO ATLAS COPCO GA45+P A 125 AP 8153-57¦166
    POWER TOOLS DISTRIBUTION NV........¦VIBRADOR DE CONCRETO,ATLAS COPCO......................................¦45
    PPG PACKAGING COATINGS SA..........¦GOLD BASECOAT BPANI RESINA POLIESTER BARNICEZ A BASE DE POLIESTER UNID¦4938
    PURATOS NV.........................¦HARMONY SUBLIMO G&G NEUTRE INT PURATOS 4100185 - LOTE 0001702043 EXP.D¦23417
    RITTAL GMBH & CO KG................¦ARMARIO COMPACTO RITTAL 1180500 ART. 1180500 GABINETES METALICOS Y ACC¦7323
    ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS GMBH.............¦ASSAY TIP ELECSYS MODULAR E170 ROCHE DE PLASTICO SOPORTES Y COPAS DE P¦8723
    ROEDER HTS HOECKER GMBH............¦ESTRUCTURA DE ALUMINIO HECHA DE PERFILESDE ALUMINIO EXTRUIDO 1X ALUMIN¦69620
    ROQUETTE FRERES....................¦LYCASIN 80/55 LOTE : E524M INSUMOS PARA LA INDUSTRIA COSMETICA LYCASIN¦18984
    SADTEM - TRANSFORMATEURS ELECTRIQUE¦TRANSFORMADOR SADTEM Y12P MATERIAS DIVERSAS PARA PROTECCION Y MEDICION¦3105
    SAINT-GOBAIN PAM...................¦ANILLO JUNTA STD PAM ANILLO JTA.STD. DN 1400 EPDM PARA AGUA ANILLO JUN¦133313
    SAPPI PAPIER HOLDING GMBH BRANCH OF¦PAPEL COUCHE GALERIEART GALERIEART PLUS GLOSS PARA IMPRESION OFFSET PA¦23083
    SCHILS BV..........................¦WHEYLAC WHEYLAC SUSTITUTO DE SUERO DE LECHE EN BOLSAS DE PAPEL MULTIPL¦26416
    SCHINDLER ELEVATOR LTD.............¦KIT DE FIJACION SCHINDLER ELEVATOR MATERIAL USO : REPUESTO Y PIEZAS PA¦2110
    SCHLAFHORST........................¦BOBINADORA SCHLAFHORST AUTOCONER 6 TIPO D FIERRO PLASTICO FORMA PAQUET¦7814
    SEFAR FYLTIS SAS...................¦TELA FILTRANTE SEFAR TETEX SEFAR USO: PARA FILTRO LAROX DIM:56000MM(+/¦1366
    SEW INDUSTRIAL GEARS OY............¦REDUCTOR DE VELOCIDAD SEW EURODRIVE N PARTE:ME2FS140 USO: REPUESTOS SE¦2354
    SNF SAS............................¦FLOLUB 322 SNF EN KILOGRAMOS 20 BOLSAS*25KG C/U INSUMO UTILIZADO EN LA¦520
    SOLENIS SWITZERLAND GMBH...........¦PRAESTOL 2530 TR PRAESTOL 2530 TR 160 BAGS/25KG PARA USO INDUSTRIAL FL¦8096
    SOLO KLEINMOTOREN GMBH.............¦ATOMIZADOR PULVERIZADORES PORTATILES USO:423 SOLO.....................¦3425
    SOPURA SA..........................¦SOPUROXID 15 SOPURA JERRYCAN 3H1 USO: INDUSTRIAL SOPUROXID 15 - DESINF¦17815
    SOUDAL NV..........................¦SELLANTE SOUDAL 102384 EN ENVASES DE 310ML 310ML SILIRUB 2 TRANSP. SIL¦24240
    STOKKE VEN AS / DSV SOLUTIONS NEDER¦PATAS DE HAYA NATURAL PARA SILLA 349401;SE COMERCIALIZA EN PIEZAS USO:¦1203
    TAMINCO BVBA A SUBSIDIARY OF.......¦NEMASOL TAMINCO BVBA EN LITROS 640 TAMBORES CON 25 LITROS C/U PARA LA.¦82821
    TESSENDERLO CHEMIE NV/SA...........¦SULFATO POTASIO GRANULADO (MIN 50%:K2O)TAP GRANEL:FERTILIZANTE CEE SUL¦83400
    THE SWAEN BV.......................¦TRIGO MALTEADO THE SWAEN 100717 / TRIGO MALTEADO USO INDUSTRIAL MALT W¦102000
    THE VALSPAR (SWITZERLAND) CORPORATI¦VECODUR VP 101 BLANCO THE VALSPAR 30 TAMBORES X 100KG EN 8 PALETAS PAR¦3351
    TOOTAL FABRICS (HOLLAND) BV........¦TELA SATINADA RIGIDA TOOTAL TE¥IDO; ACABADO:SATINADO O CALANDRADO CONS¦377
    TRADIN ORGANIC AGRICULTURE BV......¦ALMENDRA TRADIN ORGANIC TIPO NUEZ (ALMENDRA) ENTERO ENVASADO EN BOLSAS¦2750
    TRANS WORLD AG - SWITZERLAND.......¦TERMOMETRO F-87-R-80-1 5 ITEM NO: 9881044 PARA USO EN REFRIGERACION TH¦594
    UMBROSA............................¦PARASOL UMBROSA EVOLUTION 200 CM ALU SILVER PARASOLHOUDER ALU ZILVER U¦240
    VOESTALPINE PRECISION STRIP GMBH...¦FLEJE VOESTALPINE PARA SOCABOCADO BOHLERUNIVERSAL 60 EN ROLLOS DE 50 M¦158
    VOLVO PARTS GENT...................¦REJILLA VOLVO ... PARA USO VEHICULAR ...82308884......................¦20164
    WAREHOUSE FASHIONS LTD.............¦POLO (T-SHIRT/REMERA) WAREHOUSE 452849728 DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMB¦742
    WOLF OIL CORPORATION NV............¦LUBRICANTE WOLF 8308017 ACEITE LUBRICANTE PARA MOTORES OFFICIALTECH 5W¦20671
    ZAKLADY PODZESPOLOW RADIOWYCH MIFLE¦TRANSFORMADOR 5 SALIDAS MIFLEX SPARK IGNITERS PARA COCINAS IGNITION TR¦602
    BARCELONA
    APLICACION Y SUMINISTROS TEXTILES S¦PRODUCTO T0899 DISPERSANTE EUSO:AUXILIARTEXTIL COLOR:AMARILLO ESTADO:L¦15910
    CANDIDO JOSE RODRIGUES II RENEWABLE¦CABLES GENERAL CABLE PANTALLA 16MM USO:CABLE CON REVESTIMIENTO CABLES.¦506589
    COMERCIAL QUIMICA MASSO SA.........¦MAGMA XMZ MASSO 4 X 5 KG USO:USO AGRICOLA LOTE: 950709................¦26207
    INDUSTRIAS TEJIMSA SL..............¦MAQUINA DE TEJER CIRCULAR JUMBERCA DWN-2E GALGA 7 AGUJAS 720 N° MATRIC¦5250
    INDUSTRIAS TEJIMSA SL..............¦MAQUINA DE TEJER CIRCULAR JUMBERCA DWN-2E GALGA 7 AGUJAS 720 N° MATRIC¦6550
    PRODUCTOS CODINA SA................¦LA OCA LA OCA S-M L280317 REFE: 01101 LAVAVAJILLAS AL LIMON 1 L. CAJAS¦24062
    BARRANQUILLA
    BATERIAS WILLARD SA................¦ACUMULADORES RECORD RC 52 PI PLUS 24AD-550 RECO / GRUPO 24A-550 USO AU¦56443
    BILBAO
    MAGNESITAS NAVARRAS SA.............¦SELLO PARA HORNO EBT COD. 250053 / COMPOSICION: SIO2: 41.16%; CAO: 2.4¦336000
    MAGNESITAS NAVARRAS SA.............¦MASA MAGNESIANA COMPOSICION QUIMICA: SIO2: 1 83% / CAO: 1 20% / FE2O3:¦82640
    BUENAVENTURA
    COLGATE PALMOLIVE CIA..............¦SUAVIZANTE SUAVITEL SE ADJUNTA REGISTRO N° NSOH01153-11CO F.EMISION: 2¦50899
    COLGATE PALMOLIVE CIA..............¦CREMA DENTAL KOLYNOS CREMA DENTAL KOLYNOS SUPER BLANCO CAJA X 72 UNIDA¦51354
    COLGATE URUGUAY....................¦SUAVIZANTE SOFLAN SUAVITEL SE ADJUNTA R.S. NSOH00968-11CO - F.I. 11/07¦22259
    COLGATE URUGUAY....................¦SUAVIZANTE SUAVITEL SE ADJUNTA REGISTRO N° NSOH03280-14CO F.EMISION: 1¦25554
    COLGATE URUGUAY....................¦SUAVIZANTE SUAVITEL SE ADJUNTA REGISTRO N° NSOH03280-14CO F.EMISION: 1¦47221
    COLGATE URUGUAY....................¦JABON DE TOCADOR PROTEX JABON PROTEX AVENA CAJA X 72 UNIDADES JABON PR¦75221
    COLOMBIANA KIMBERLY COLPAPEL SA....¦PROTECTORES DIARIOS KOTEX 30222724 PROTECTORES DIARIOS KOTEX DAYS NORM¦8940
    NESTLE GUATEMALA SA................¦CONSOME DE POLLO MAGGI PRESENTADO EN CAJA CARTON CORRUGADO; ENV. PRIM:¦7031
    PROCTER & GAMBLE COLOMBIA LTDA.....¦ACE ACCION INSTANTANEA ACE 80293820 ACE REGULAR PWD 4000 + 2000GRX3IT.¦107618
    PROCTER & GAMBLE COLOMBIA LTDA.....¦ACE ACCION INSTANTANEA ACE 80293820 ACE REGULAR PWD 4000 + 2000GRX3IT.¦80673
    PROCTER & GAMBLE COLOMBIA LTDA.....¦DETERGENTE ARIEL 80293423 ARIEL REGULAR PWD 500GR X 24IT DETERGENTE EN¦107194
    PROMOTORA DE CAFE COLOMBIA SA......¦CAFE COLINA JUAN VALDEZ CAFE TOSTADO MOLIDO REGULAR PARA CONSUMO HUMAN¦7920
    SAINT - GOBAIN COLOMBIA SAS........¦LIJA AL AGUA NORTON SHS SST 230X280 A275NOR P800 66261120178 PRESENTAD¦8357
    SCJOHNSON Y SON COLOMBIANA SA......¦GLADE GEL MANZANA Y CANELA GLADE 676191 GLD GEL JD MANZANA Y CANELA 31¦14072
    CARTAGENA
    AGILITY LOGISTICS PRIVATE LTD......¦CAMISA UNIVERSITY CLUB CLC WEND DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE TE¥IDO;¦1350
    AJOVER SAS.........................¦MONOMERO DE ESTIRENO AJOVER LOTE. DX406BI PARA USO INDUSTRIAL PRESENTA¦24020
    AJOVER SAS.........................¦PLATO DE PLASTICO TAMI ACCESORIOS:SIN ACCESORIOS CALIDAD: COMPOSICIóN:¦4643
    ALCOA ALUMINIO S A ROD POCOS DE CAL¦HIDROXIDO DE ALUMINIO ALUMINA-CHEM/COMMODITY/ALUMINA/HYDRATE/C-30/S SA¦131318
    ALIMENTOS CARNICOS SAS.............¦BOLA DE LOMO FRIOGAN CARNE DESHUESADA DELA ESPECIE BOVINA REFRIGERADA.¦24367
    ANHIDRIDOS Y DERIVADOS DE COLOMBIA.¦CRISTALAN 5822 TAMBOR RLC 230 KG C/U USO:PARA LA FABRICACION DE BOTONE¦20280
    AZEMBLA SAS........................¦ESTRUCTURAS PLASTICAS PARA MUROS. 1699 PZS............................¦7195
    BELSTAR SA.........................¦LOCION DEMAQUILLADORA LBEL : LBEL 125.00ML USO COSMETICOS ESSENTIAL LO¦20961
    BENTOLI INC........................¦PEGABIND DRY BENTOLI ALIMENTO DE USO VETERINARIO LOTE: 17189 FECHA DE.¦20790
    BLUE WATER SHIPPING................¦HIGADO DE BOVINO CONGELADO USO: IBP...................................¦28319
    BOSTON AGREX INC...................¦PIERNA CON ENCUENTRO DE POLLO TYSON 10 KG USO:.. PIERNA CON ENCUENTRO.¦28837
    BOSTON AGREX INC...................¦PIERNA CON ENCUENTRO DE POLLO TYSON 3X5 KG USO:.. PIERNA CON ENCUENTRO¦28226
    BOSTON AGREX INC...................¦PIERNA CON ENCUENTRO DE POLLO TYSON 3X5 KG USO:.. PIERNA CON ENCUENTRO¦28226
    BOSTON AGREX INC...................¦PIERNA CON ENCUENTRO DE POLLO TYSON 3X5 KG USO:.. PIERNA CON ENCUENTRO¦28226
    BRASIGRAN BRAS DE GRANITOS LTDA....¦GRANITO THICK : 2 CM PARA LA CONSTRUCCION OF BLUE AGATA FIRST (BLUE) 1¦25894
    CABOT COLOMBIANA SA................¦NEGRO DE HUMO CABOT CODE228 STERLING SO FIBC 1050 KG LOTE 4277143 NEGR¦43820
    CABOT COLOMBIANA SA................¦NEGRO DE HUMO VULCAN 6 N220 USO INDUSTRIAL LOTE: 4279874 - F. FAB. 02/¦61800
    CARGO DEX SL AS AGENT..............¦BALDOSAS ESMALTADAS GEOTILES MONOTECH MOLDEO:BALDOSAS PRENSADAS COCCIO¦389861
    CARGO DEX SL AS AGENT..............¦BALDOSAS ESMALTADAS PORCELANOSA P18803341 MOLDEO:BALDOSAS PRENSADAS CO¦48092
    CARGO DEX SL AS AGENT..............¦ZIRCONIO GUZMAN GLOBAL ARMIN 05 PARA LA INDUSTRIA CERAMICA SILICATO DE¦127000
    CATERPILLAR BRASIL LTDA............¦RETROEXCAVADORA CATERPILLAR 420F2 MAQUINARIA PESADA UNIDAD SEMIARMADA.¦33992
    CEMEX INTERNACIONAL SA DE CV.......¦CEMENTO BLANCO CEMEX BIG BAG 1.5 TONS C/U 10000912 PARA LA CONSTRUCCIO¦273710
    CERVECERA DE PUERTO RICO...........¦PALETAS DE MADERA SIN VALOR COMERCIAL USADAS EMPTY PALLETS RETORNO DE.¦13385
    CEVA FREIGHT LLC...................¦PENNOL 226 SUMINISTROS PETROLEROS.....................................¦17080
    CEVA FREIGHT LLC...................¦PENNOL SUMINISTROS PETROLEROS.........................................¦34160
    CIFA SPA...........................¦N3 CIFA COGUARO 4 A¥O FAB:2017 A¥O MOD:2014 CA:HORMIGONERA MC:CIFA AS:¦9104
    CMA CGM COLOMBIA SAS...............¦CONTENEDORES VACIOS...................................................¦0
    COMPANIA NACIONAL DE CHOCOLATES S..¦CHOCOLISTO CHOCOLISTO LOTE: INT030517 / F.F: 04.05.2017 - F. V: 04.05.¦15165
    COMPANIA NACIONAL DE CHOCOLATES S..¦CHOCOLISTO CHOCOLISTO LOTE: INT090517 / F. ELAB: 09.05.2017 - F. EXP:.¦19450
    COMPA¥IA AZUCARERA CHUMBAGUA.......¦AZUCAR RUBIA SER CHUMBA...............................................¦544530
    COMPA¥IA DE GALLETAS NOEL SAS......¦CRACKERS DUCALES EN CAJAS DE 24 UNIDADES- CODIGO:1001815 PARA CONSUMO.¦25235
    COMPO EXPERT GMBH..................¦NOVATEC SOLUB 21 COMPO EXPERT FERTILIZANTE ALTAMENTE SOLUBLE PARA USO.¦171500
    COMPO EXPERT GMBH..................¦NOVATEC SOLUB 21 COMPO EXPERT FERTILIZANTE ALTAMENTE SOLUBLE PARA USO.¦12250
    COMPO EXPERT GMBH..................¦NOVATEC SOLUB 21 COMPO EXPERT FERTILIZANTE ALTAMENTE SOLUBLE PARA USO.¦24500
    COMPO EXPERT GMBH..................¦NOVATEC SOLUB 21 COMPO EXPERT FERTILIZANTE ALTAMENTE SOLUBLE PARA USO.¦171500
    CORPORACION PLASTICA SAS...........¦ENVASES PIGMENTADO EN PET DE SEG DROKASA1L PET EXP AMB 46.5G..........¦3907
    COVESTRO SL........................¦BAYFIT E 3031 SE COMERCIALIZA EN KILOGRAMOS USO.......................¦9215
    DEC COSMETIQUES....................¦MERCANCIA EN TRANSITO HACIA BOLIVIA 1260 CAJ..........................¦16745
    DISTELL LTD AAN-DE-WAGENWEG STELLEN¦6 X 750 ML OUDE MEESTER SOUVEREIN 18YEAR..............................¦18360
    DOW QUIMICA DE COLOMBIA SA.........¦VORANOL VORANOL LOTE: F403H17011 5 TAMBORES VORANOL* CP 1421 POLYOL 22¦18326
    DU PONT DE COLOMBIA SA.............¦PLACAS GLACIER DUPONT LAM GLACIER WHITE 1/ ANCHO:0.760 METROS ESPESOR:¦6604
    EI DUPONT DE NEMOURS AND CO........¦COPOLIMERO DE ETILENO NUCREL 650KG / 1432.6LB OBX SAP 101777 NUCREL® 3¦11055
    EI DUPONT DE NEMOURS AND CO........¦RESINA DUPONT 9120 D14678511 - 800 BAG DE 25 KG/CU. USO INDUSTRIAL SUR¦20640
    EI DUPONT DE NEMOURS AND CO........¦ELVAX 460 RESIN DUPONT 460 D12950617 INDUSTRIAL ELVAX® 460 RESIN - 800¦83850
    ELECTROLUX DO BRASIL SA RUA JOAO...¦CONGELADOR HORIZONTAL ELECTROLUX H420 CONGELADOR HORIZONTAL 305 LT USO¦8418
    ELECTROLUX DO BRASIL/FRIGIDAIRE INT¦LAVADORA DE ROPA FRIGIDAIRE LD17Y CAPACIDAD DE LAVADO SUPERIOR A 10KG.¦4900
    EMERAUDE POLYMERS INC..............¦POLIETILENO DE BAJA DENSIDAD EMERAUDE COD: LF2021E LDPE EMERAUDE LF202¦47754
    ENKA DE COLOMBIA SA................¦HILADO DE NYLON DE ALTA TENACIDAD ENKA 1260 DENIER/210F GRADO ELABORAC¦24713
    EQUISTAR CHEMICALS LP..............¦ADFLEX Q100F EQUISTAR 1BB69A11 SE USA PARA EL PROCESO DE EXTRUSION ADF¦23562
    ESTRUCTURAS CIRCULARES VAL DE HIERR¦GATO DE ELEVACION SG SG-G-12BULTOPARA MONTAJE DE TANQUESSERIE 021--...¦28906
    EUROPCELL GMBH.....................¦PAPEL KRAFT KRAFT MONDI WIDTH: 121 CM. DIAM: 127 CM. PARA USO EN LA IN¦24485
    FIBRATORE SA.......................¦POSTES DE PRFV FIBRATORE CODIGO: 39267-01 DE POLIESTER REFORZADO CON F¦7920
    FLEX P FILMS EGYPT SAE.............¦FILM DE POLIESTER F-AUU-012.0-XX-B ACABADO:LISO; COLOR:TRANSPARENTE PL¦25061
    GEORG FISCHER......................¦TUBERIA GF+ USO EN EL SISTEMA DE REFRIGERACION ABS PN 10 CF PLUSS D50X¦4267
    GMA GARNET PTY LTD.................¦ABRASIVOS NATURALES GMA GARNET: 3060 MESH PRIMIUM BLAST USO: PACKAGING¦106210
    HOJALATA Y LAMINADOS SA............¦HOJALATA ELECTROLITICA HOLASA EN CINTAS ESPESOR: 0.18 MM 62969 / TP _H¦46252
    INDUSTRIA CHIMICA PANZERI..........¦CESTOPAL 50 M PRODUCTOS QUIMICOS PARA LAINDUSTRIA TEXTIL 100 BULTOS...¦16904
    INDUSTRIA COLOMBIANA DE CAFE SAS...¦CAFE TODO EN UNO COLCAFE LOTE: 20170756 F. F.: 08.05.2017 F. V.: 08.11¦14834
    INDUSTRIAL MINERA COMERCIAL SA DE C¦FLUORITA ESPATO FLUOR (FLUORITA) GRADO METALURGICO FLUORITA GDO METALU¦54072
    INDUSTRIAL MINERA COMERCIAL SA DE C¦FLUORITA GRADO METALURGICO COD.: 250005 / COMPOSICION: CAF2: 86.96%; C¦81108
    INEOS STYROLUTION MEXICANA SA DE...¦POLIESTIRENO CRISTAL STYROLUTION PS 1300BATCH NO. ND37071A FABRICACION¦25550
    INEOS STYROLUTION MEXICANA SA DE CV¦POLIESTIRENO CRISTAL STYROLUTION PS 1300BATCH NO. ND37085B FABRICACION¦25550
    INEOS STYROLUTION MEXICANA SA DE CV¦POLIESTIRENO BATCH: ND37085B EN SACOS DE25KG STYROLUTION STYROLUTION P¦51100
    INEOS STYROLUTION MEXICANA SA DE CV¦POLIESTIRENO 684D STYROLUX® BATCH: ND47099A USO:SACOS DE 25.00 KGS. C/¦25550
    INNOPHOS MEXICANA S DE RL DE.......¦FOSFATO MONOAMONICO...................................................¦103500
    INNOPHOS MEXICANA S DE RL DE.......¦FOSFATO MOAMONICO.....................................................¦103500
    INNOPHOS MEXICANA S DE RL DE C.....¦ACIDO FOSFORICO TECNICO 85% INNOPHOS CODIGO: F310DR0077 LOTE: 55466600¦103760
    INTERNATIONAL PAPER DO BRASIL LTDA.¦PAPEL CHAMBRIL LASER PAPEL CHAMBRIL LASER 075 GSM USO EN LA INDUSTRIA.¦103007
    INTERNATIONAL PAPER DO BRASIL LTDA.¦PAPEL CHAMBRIL LASER PAPEL CHAMBRIL LASER 075 GSM USO EN LA INDUSTRIA.¦461228
    INTERNATIONAL PAPER EXPORTADORA LTD¦PAPEL CHAMBRIL LASER PAPEL CHAMBRIL LASER 080 GSM USO EN LA INDUSTRIA.¦316161
    INTERNATIONAL PAPER EXPORTADORA LTD¦PAPEL CHAMBRIL LASER PAPEL CHAMBRIL LASER 075 GSM USO EN LA INDUSTRIA.¦375660
    ISLAND CAN CARIBBEAN INC...........¦DESPERDICIOS Y DESECHOS CHATARRA DE COBRE RESIDUOS SOLIDOS R.D. DE DIG¦18982
    ITALFOOD SA........................¦BRUSQUETAS 4 QUESOS MARETTI BRUSCHETTE G03 MX1 150 G. QUATTRO FORMAGGI¦6532
    ITT COLOMBIA SAS...................¦ISOTANQUE DE 20 PIES INTERMODAL WELFIT ODDY T11TQMU1845341EN UNIDADUSA¦18390
    KEMIRA CHEMICALS INC...............¦SUPERFLOC A100 SUPERFLOC SUPERFLOC A-100/ 20 BOLSAS X 750 KG C/U EN PA¦31200
    KRAFT FOODS GROUP EXPORTS LLC......¦SALSA DE TOMATE HEINZ REG. SANIT. RSA-2014-DIGESA-M8100514E USO COMERC¦7284
    KRIPORT INTERNATIONAL..............¦TOALLITAS HUMEDAS NEOPAN -TOALLITAS HUMEDAS-NEOPAN BABY WIPES PROTECT.¦17456
    KURARAY AMERICA INC................¦ELVANOL T66 POLIVINYL ALCOHOL ELVANOL COMPOSICION: POLIMEROS DE VINIL.¦19928
    LAR COOPERATIVA AGROINDUSTRIAL ROD.¦CARNE DE POLLO CONGELADO LAR FROZEN CHICKEN MECHANICALLY DEBONED MEAT(¦28215
    LAR COOPERATIVA AGROINDUSTRIAL ROD.¦PIEL DE POLLO LAR FROZEN CHICKEN SKIN 15KG CARTONS USO:EN 1 800 CARTON¦28026
    LARIDENT SRL UNIPERSONALE..........¦SERVILLETAS DE PAPEL SERVILLETA DE PAPELUSO:C62-BLU TOWELS 1 PLY PLAST¦4009
    LESCHACO MEXICANA AS AGENT.........¦PELICULA BIORIENTADA METALIZAD BIOFILM ANCHO:0.998 METROS ESPESOR:0.01¦3364
    LINER AMERICAN SERV / PAN AMERICAN.¦ZINC GRADO LME EN LINGOTES ZINC SHG 9 9 995%........................¦49260
    MAPEI SPA..........................¦MAPEWRAP PRIMER 1/A MAPEI BALDE DE 1.5KGMAPEWRAP PRIMER 1/A FUSTINI 1.¦7262
    MASTERFOODS COLOMBIA LTDA..........¦ALIMENTO PARA MASCOTAS PEDIGREE PED VPROTECT SC E1 22KG DW . N PARTE:.¦126334
    MASTERFOODS COLOMBIA LTDA..........¦ALIMENTO PARA MASCOTAS PEDIGREE PED VPROTECT ADULTO E3 25KG DW . N PAR¦19051
    MONDELLI INDUSTRIA DE ALIMENTOS S..¦CORAZON DE BOVINO MONDELLI USO: COMERCIALIZACION CONGELADO............¦29112
    MUEHLSTEIN INTERNATIONAL...........¦POLIETILENO DE ALTA DENSIDAD MUELHSTEIN HI-752 CERTENE HI-752 PARA USO¦24490
    MUEHLSTEIN INTERNATIONAL...........¦RESINA SINTETICA ON 18 PALLETS CERTENE PBM-35 POLIPROPILE.............¦24480
    MUEHLSTEIN INTERNATIONAL...........¦POLIETILENO DE ALTA DENSIDAD FORMOLENE -FORMOLENE E924-2 100 SACOS DE.¦52818
    MUEHLSTEIN INTERNATIONAL...........¦RESINA DE POLIETILENO FORMOSA FORMOLENE 6210A 6210A SACOS DE 25KG POLI¦108660
    MUEHLSTEIN INTERNATIONAL...........¦POLIPROPILENO COPOLIMERO CERTENE POLIPROPILENO COPOLIMERO 2178906 CERT¦24540
    MUEHLSTEIN INTERNATIONAL...........¦FORMOLENE L42009B.....................................................¦17606
    NEGROVEN SA........................¦NEGRO DE HUMO NEGROVEN 40 PALLETAS INDUSTRIAL PARA PROCESO DE REENCAUC¦39800
    OCI INTERN/UNITCARGO CONTAINER LINE¦POLIETILENO DE ALTA DENSIDAD FORMOLENE POLIETILENO USO:INDUSTRIAL HIGH¦52818
    OLD WORLD AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS......¦LIQUIDO REFRIGERANTE FLEET CHARGE ALCALINIDAD 6.0 PH 10.2 PROPORCIONA.¦82016
    ORIZIO SRL.........................¦MAQUINA DE TEJIDO CIRCULAR ORIZIO JOHN/CMAQUINA COMPLETA DE FIERRO Y E¦2140
    POLIPROPILENO DEL CARIBE SA........¦HOMOPOLIMERO PROPILCO EN KILOGRAMOS LOTE:117A0419 PARA USO INDUSTRIAL.¦27515
    POLIPROPILENO DEL CARIBE SA........¦POLIPROPILENO PROPILCO 40H92 EN BOLSAS 25 KG C/U LOTE: 217M5439B / 217¦110060
    POLIPROPILENO DEL CARIBE SA........¦POLIPROPILENO HOMOPOLIMERO ESENTTIA COD:03H82NA-TAR USO: LAMINAS HOMOP¦27515
    POLIPROPILENO DEL CARIBE SA........¦HOMOPOLIMERO ESENTTIA BOLSA X 25 KG USO:INDUSTRIAL HOMOPOLIMERO 35H35.¦247634
    POLIPROPILENO DEL CARIBE SA........¦HOMOPOLIMERO ESENTTIA BIG BAG X 1200 KG.USO: INDUSTRIAL HOMOPOLIMERO 3¦122600
    PREBEL SA..........................¦COLONIA NATURA AMO NATURA AMO EAU DE PARFUM MASCULINO 75ML PARA USO EN¦18020
    PRODUCTOS AUTOADHESIVOS ARCLAD.....¦CINTA DE EMBALAJE ARCLAD ACABADO:CON DISE¥O APLICACION:INDUSTRIAL DISP¦21938
    REPSOL LUBRICANTES Y...............¦RP MOTO TOWN 4T 20W50 CP-1 REPSOL RP169Q51 CAJA DE 12 UNIDADES X 1L DE¦401692
    REPSOL LUBRICANTES Y...............¦PARAFINA ALBARAN 0082041369 USO: INSUMOSINDUSTRIALES PARAFINA CERA 703¦21320
    SAHIL INTERNATIONAL PNP............¦CUBRECAMA CASA BONITA DE: RETORCIDO HILADOS DE DISTINTOS COLORES GRAM.¦4036
    SAINT GOBAIN TRANSFORMADOS SA......¦PANEL DE PARED SAINT-GOBAIN TRASNFORMADOSAND PANEL LDR M FACH80 0.5 PE¦7730
    SCAME PARRE SPA....................¦TOMA CORRIENTE SCAME 515.M12556 DE 380-415V AC 50HZ USO:ARTICULOS PARA¦3854
    SCHREIBER FOODS INC................¦BARRA QUESO CREMA GLORIA LOT 1G6 F.PROD 18/04/2017 F.VEC. 12/02/2018 L¦4960
    SCHREIBER FOODS INC................¦QUESO LAIVE CODIGO: 39414 LOTE: 1D7 1M6 1G7 3/12/8OZ BAR CREAM CH EXP-¦17908
    SEKISUI SPECIALTY CHEMICALS AMERICA¦SELVOL WS-53 SELVOL SM INDUSTRIA TEXTIL KILOS EN BOLSAS DE 25 KG......¦19509
    SHINTECH INC.......................¦RESINA DE PVC SHINTECH MATERIAL 5002023 PARA FABRICACION DE PRODUCTOS.¦345240
    SHINTECH INC.......................¦RESINA DE PVC SHINTECH MATERIAL 5002023 PARA FABRICACION DE PRODUCTOS.¦22570
    SHINTECH INC.......................¦RESINA DE PVC SHINTECH MATERIAL 5002023 PARA FABRICACION DE PRODUCTOS.¦345240
    SHINTECH INC.......................¦RESINA DE PVC SHINTECH MATERIAL 5002023 PARA FABRICACION DE PRODUCTOS.¦248270
    SHINTECH INC.......................¦RESINA DE PVC SHINTECH EN POLVO PARA USOINDUSTRIAL SE1000 POLICLORURO.¦203130
    SWIFT BEEF CO......................¦BOLA DE LOMO SWIFT CARNE DESHUESADA DE LA ESPECIE BOVINA CONGELADA (LA¦25781
    SWIFT BEEF CO......................¦HIGADO VACUNO SWIFT HIGADO DE BOVINO USO:1674 CAJAS HIGADO VACUNO CONG¦25730
    SWIFT BEEF CO......................¦HIGADO VACUNO SWIFT HIGADO DE BOVINO/SKINNED & DEVEINED BEEF LIVER USO¦27671
    SYNGENTA SA / JEBSEN...............¦TASPA 500 EC -DIFENOCONAZOLE PROPICONAZOLE-N° DE LOTE: SCA7ED082 F. FA¦2772
    SYNGENTA SA / JEBSEN &.............¦TOPAS 100 EC LOTE: SCA7ED081R; FECHA DE FABRICACION: 05/2017; FECHA DE¦3413
    TERRAMIX SA........................¦EMPAQUES DE HULE HULTEC EMPAQUES DE HULE63 PLATINUM PRESS SBR OZO I EM¦3678
    TETRA PAK INTERNATIONAL SA.........¦TAPITAS PLASTICAS TETRA PAK HELICAP3 HELICAP3 HELICAP3 GPE 27 GREEN P3¦3465
    THE DOW CHEMICAL CO................¦POLIETILENO 503A DOW POLIETILENO DE BAJADENSIDAD USO INDUSTRIAL / POLI¦75364
    THE DOW CHEMICAL CO................¦POLIETILENO DE BAJA DENSIDAD POLIETILENO503A LOW DENSITY USO:USO: INDU¦25121
    THE DOW CHEMICAL CO................¦RESINA DE POLIETILENO DOWLEX POLIETILENORESIN USO:EN BOLSAS DE 25 KILO¦125606
    THE DOW CHEMICAL CO................¦DOWLEX(TM) GM 8480G DOW RESINA DE POLIETILENO USO INDUSTRIAL DOWLEX(TM¦125606
    THE DOW CHEMICAL CO................¦RESINA DE POLIETILENO DOWLEX POLIETILENORESIN USO:EN BOLSAS DE 25 KILO¦125606
    THE DOW CHEMICAL CO................¦DOWLEX* 2645.11G DOW RESINA DE POLIETILENO USO INDUSTRIAL DOWLEX* 2645¦50243
    THE DOW CHEMICAL CO................¦RESINA DE POLIMERO DOW 9108.15 DOW 550 KG OCTABIN BATCH: D323H193A2 D3¦21424
    THE DOW CHEMICAL CO................¦RESINA DE POLIMERO DOW 9108.15 DOW 550 KG OCTABIN BATCH: D323H163A1 D9¦21424
    THE DOW CHEMICAL CO................¦DOW DMDA 8920 CERTENE 990 BOLSAS DE 25KGC/U USO INDUSTRIAL DOW(TM) DMD¦75364
    TOT COMERCIAL SA GESPASA...........¦DEPOSITO POLIETILENO CON CUBETO GESPASA CODIGO: 386300200 USO:PARTES D¦1611
    TRIBUTE ENERGY.....................¦POLIETILENO DE ALTA DENSIDAD TRIBUTE ENERGY 35935-BM POLIETILENO DE AL¦94250
    TRICON DRY CHEM....................¦RESINA DE PVC OXYVINYLS 225P INSUMO PARALA FABRICACION DE PLASTICOS PV¦144588
    TROLLI IBERICA SA..................¦CARAMELO DE GOMA TROLLI REG. SANIT.: RSA-2014-DIGESA-G6605814E NAGWYC.¦6837
    TRONOX ALKALI WYOMING CORPORATION..¦S-CARB(SESQUICARBONATO DE SODI TRONOX POLVO GRANULADO DE COLOR BLANCO.¦85503
    TRONOX ALKALI WYOMING CORPORATION..¦S-CARB(SESQUICARBONATO DE SODI TRONOX POLVO GRANULADO DE COLOR BLANCO.¦20058
    TRONOX ALKALI WYOMING CORPORATION..¦S-CARB(SESQUICARBONATO DE SODI TRONOX POLVO GRANULADO DE COLOR BLANCO.¦172074
    UNITCARGO CONTAINER LINE INC.......¦POLIETILENO DE ALTA DENSIDAD FORMOSA FABRICACION DE PRODUCTOS PLASTICO¦21707
    VIMEXICO SA DE CV..................¦CRISTAL FLOTADO VITRO 1000018204 USO INDUSTRIAL CRISTAL FLOTADO CLARO.¦110987
    VIMEXICO SA DE CV..................¦CRISTAL FLOTADO VITRO TINTEX PLUS 1000018205 USO INDUSTRIAL CRISTAL FL¦22972
    VIMEXICO SA DE CV..................¦CRISTAL FLOTADO CLARO ESPESOR 10.00MM; 2.600 M X 3.600 M USO..........¦102306
    VIMEXICO SA DE CV..................¦CRISTAL FLOTADO VITRO TINTEX PLUS 1000021604 USO INDUSTRIAL CRISTAL FL¦21767
    VIMEXICO SA DE CV..................¦CRISTAL FLOTADO VITRO TINTEX PLUS 1000018205 USO INDUSTRIAL CRISTAL FL¦46029
    VIMEXICO SA DE CV..................¦CRISTAL FLOTADO VITRO TINTEX PLUS 1000018205 USO INDUSTRIAL CRISTAL FL¦23006
    WHIRLPOOL SA RUA DONA FRANCISCA....¦NO INDICA 62 PAQQ.....................................................¦4890
    WHIRLPOOL SA RUA DONA FRANCISCA....¦NO INDICA.............................................................¦4650
    CAUCEDO
    CERVECERIA NACIONAL DOMINICANA C...¦PALETAS DE MADERA SIN VALOR COMERCIAL USADAS EMPTY WOOD PALLETS.......¦13884
    CLERMONT COMERCIAL S A MANUEL RODRI¦CILINDRO DE ACERO VACIO-..............................................¦8450
    INDUSTRIAS NEGROMEX SA DE CV.......¦EMULPRENE 1502 EMULPRENE 1502 EMPAQUE: 1502 CAJAS DE GAYLORD 34 K CAUC¦48500
    MEXICHEM RESINAS VINILICAS SA DE CV¦RESINA DE PVC PRIMEX G-34 CODIGO: 942063USO INDUSTRIAL RESINA PRIMEX G¦51880
    MORGAN PRICE & CO INC..............¦DESPERDICIO DE PAPEL 165 BALES 108.594 TM PARA USO EN LA INDUSTRIA PAP¦108594
    RAP INTERNATIONAL BROKERS SRL......¦VIDRIO ROTO GRANEL CULLET COLOR ESMERALDA.............................¦137920
    RON BARCELO SRL....................¦RON BARCELO -RON BARCELO DORADO-12 BOT. X 750 ML. 600 CAJAS...........¦20765
    RON BARCELO SRL....................¦RON BARCELO -RON BARCELO A¥EJO-06 BOT. X1750 ML. 1450 CAJAS...........¦25715
    THE DOW CHEMICAL CO................¦DOWLEX*IP-10262 990 BAG X 25 KG C/U USO INDUSTRIAL DOWLEX*IP-10262 POL¦75364
    CHARLESTON
    SONOCO PROTECTIVE PACKAGING DIV OF.¦CAJAS SONOCO 59391FLP VACIAS PARA MEDICAMENTOS EPS SHIPPER ID 20.5" X.¦5135
    EL ISKANDARIYA (= AL
    MR OLIVE FOR FOOD INDUSTRIES EGYP..¦ACEITUNAS NEGRAS 97 BARRILES X 160.00 KGS C/U NETOS LOTE: 115 FECHA DE¦40000
    ORIENTAL WEAVERS INTERNATIONAL.....¦ALFOMBRA SHAGGY LISO 520 TEJIDO DE TRAMAACABADO: COSIDA 4 ARISTAS DIME¦5600
    GDYNIA
    CANTONI MOTOR SA...................¦MOTOR ELECTRICO DELCROSA SH71-4B MOTOR ELECTRICO TRIFASICO USO:POTENCI¦15297
    GENOA
    ARIMAR INTERNATIONAL SPA...........¦PARAFINA WAX SER 311 (BFA170) USO:PARAFINA CSP311FX...................¦14920
    ARTSANA SPA........................¦BIBERON CHICCO DE VIDRIO CON TETINA DE SILICONA ARTICULO PARA BEBE TER¦13255
    M T M SRL..........................¦REDUCTOR ELETTRO BRC 01RD00402004 RID. ELETT- ASS. AT90ECO "SE" 140 KW¦5508
    VAREM SPA..........................¦TANQUE HIDRONEUMATICO VAREM INTERVAREM S2024362 TANQUE HIDRONEUMATICO.¦6290
    WORLD DEPOT INC....................¦CONGELADOR DOMESTICO VERTICAL GFL 6483 CONGELADORA VERTICAL -85°C INCL¦4084
    GIJON
    CILINDROS Y CROMADOS PALENTINOS S..¦CILINDRO HIDRAULICO REPUESTOS PARA EQUIPOS PESADOS USO:7021 CICROSA...¦20336
    HAMBURG
    ABB LOGISTICS CENTER EUROPE GMBH...¦MOTOR ELECTRICO ABB M3AA 160MLA 2 12.5 KW 440V 19.700A 3533RPM DE CORR¦1390
    AKZO NOBEL FUNCTIONAL CHEMICALS AB.¦DIETANOLAMINA AKZO NOBEL MATERIAL NO. 5405272 PRESENTACION: 16 TAMBOR.¦3491
    AKZO NOBEL SURFACE CHEMISTRY AB....¦TRIAMEEN YT AKZO NOBEL TRIAMEEN YT USO:USO : INDUSTRIAL COMERCIALIZADO¦1540
    ALFRED KAERCHER GMBH&CKG LOGISTIK..¦ASPIRADORA KARCHER V2.1.348.150 ASPIRADORA WD 4 PREMIUM...............¦2900
    ALLIANCE LAUNDRY CE SRO............¦LAVADORA CENTRIFUGA DE ROPA PRIMUS RX240-INDUSTRIAL WASHER RX240-CAPAC¦9360
    AMBU AS............................¦BOMBA TWIN AMBU LOTE: 1973827 USO MEDICOCOD. A000239000 BOMBA TWIN AMB¦421
    AMTRADE INTERNATIONAL INC..........¦CADENAS AMTRADE INTERNATIONAL PARA MAQUINA UNIDAD 21704108 - REVERSE C¦119
    AMTRADE INTERNATIONAL INC..........¦PISTON AMTRADE INTERNATIONAL DE ACUMULACION PARA MOTOR UNIDAD 10202061¦155
    ANDREAS STIHL AG & CO KG...........¦TUBO STIHL 1128-358-7701 PARA MOTOSIERRAS 1128-358-7701 FLEXIBLE USO E¦710
    ANDREAS STIHL AG & CO KG...........¦TUBO STIHL 1128-358-7701 PARA MOTOSIERRAS 1128-358-7701 INFLEXIBLE USO¦870
    ANDREAS STIHL AG & CO KG...........¦TUBO STIHL 1128-358-7701 PARA MOTOSIERRAS 1128-358-7701 FLEXIBLE USO E¦2650
    ANDREAS STIHL AG & CO KG...........¦PALANCA STIHL 4128-182-0800 PARA MOTOGUADANAS 4128-182-0800 BLOQUEO US¦495
    ATLAS COPCO SECOROC AB.............¦BARRA HUECA DE PERFORACION ATLAS COPCO REPUESTOS PARA EQUIPOS DE PERFO¦9795
    AVO WERKE AUGUST BEISSE GMBH.......¦FINO - DELIKATESS WURSTCHEN AVO-WERKE AUGUST BEISSE G INSUMO ALIMENTIC¦860
    AW FABER CASTELL VERTRIEB GMBH.....¦MARCADOR FABER-CASTELL 154807 PRESENTACIóN: SIN ENVOLTURA DE 1 PIEZAS.¦16212
    AW FABER-CASTELL GMBH..............¦TINTA PARA MARCADORES FABER-CASTELL 12-1595-07 COMERCIALIZADO EN KILOS¦195
    BANNINGER KUNSTSTOFF-PRODUKTE GNBH.¦CODOS BANNINGER TIPO LARGO SDR17 D160 USO:CODIGO: 251501063 / CODIGO T¦918
    BASF SE............................¦METABISULFITO DE SODIO BASF LOTE :05572506D0; F/F:26.04.2017 - F/V.26.¦24994
    BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE AG........¦PISO DE JEBE BMW JEBE USO AUTOMOTRIZ 51472286007 DE MALETERA..........¦2282
    BERND SCHWEGMANN GMBH & CO KGBERND.¦SOLUCION DE LIMPIEZA SCHWEGMANN 516 LITROS PRODUCTO P/LIMPIAR Y DESENG¦2462
    BESTSELLER LATAM ZF SA.............¦CASACA(CHAMARRA) JACK & JONES JORWILL SUMMER BOMBER GRADO ELABORAC.:TE¦491
    BESTSELLER LATAM ZF SA.............¦CASACA(CHAMARRA) JACK & JONES JCOTANGO JACKET GRADO ELABORAC.:TENIDO A¦303
    BEZEMA AG..........................¦COLORANTE AZUL BEZAKTIV HE-GX 145 AZUL HE-GX 145 USO:LOTE N 0001450487¦3700
    BILLERUDKORSNAS SWEDEN AB..........¦PAPEL KRAFT BLANCO QUICKFILL GRAMAJE : 90GR/M2 ANCHO: 700MM DIAMETRO:.¦24602
    BMP BULK MEDICINES & PHARMACEUT....¦PARAFINA BATCH : 160626 MFG. DATE: 2017/04/04 EXP. DATE: 2022/03/15 80¦2040
    BOREALIS AG........................¦POLIETILENO DE BAJA DENSIDAD BATCH: 187660 187787 PARA USO EN LA INDUS¦50490
    BOSCH REXROTH AG...................¦MOTOR FIJO BOSCH AXIAL - PISTON MOTOR USO: HERRAMIENTAS CODIGO: R90220¦466
    BUEHLER GMBH.......................¦TAMIZ BUHLER TAMIZ TAS/SMA 2.0M FG 1.80 X 23 USO INDUSTRIAL LAAB-14334¦420
    CARL HARTMANN GMBH&COKOEL..........¦MENAJE DE CASA, EFECTOS PERSONALES....................................¦2000
    CATERPILLAR GLOBAL MINING HMS GMBH.¦PIN O PASADOR CATERPILLAR 1460445 REPUESTO CATERPILLAR PARA USO AUTMOT¦292
    CATERPILLAR GLOBAL MINING HMS GMBH.¦PIN O PASADOR CATERPILLAR 1460448 REPUESTOS CATERPILLAR PARA USO AUTOM¦2575
    CHRIWA WASSERAUFBEREITUNGS-TECHINK.¦SAL MARINA ESCO MARINA PLUS SPECIAL OPERATION AGENT FOR CHLORINE ELECT¦39840
    CHT R BEITLICH GMBH................¦RAPIDOPRINT XR GRANULAT CHT BEZEMA ANTIREDUCTOR PARA EVITAR QUE SE RED¦1111
    CHT R BEITLICH GMBH................¦GILTEX B 55 CHT KILOS USO:LOTE 0001457628 AUXILIAR PARA LA INDUSTRIA T¦18268
    CLARIANT PLASTICS AND COATINGS AG..¦LICOWAX PE 520 FINE GRAIN LICOWAX® N° LOTE: DEB8000568 10708612554 LIC¦20180
    CONSTANTIA HUECK FOLIEN GMBH & CO K¦FOLIO DE ALUMINIO FOLIO DE ALUMINIO CHF ESPECIFICACION: 1838 ANCHO 301¦731
    CONTRACOR GMBH.....................¦MANGUERA CONTRACOR EXTRABLAST-19 MANGUERA PARA ARENADO ART. NO. 101121¦182
    COSMO INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCES SA..¦ESENCIA FRAG CF11122 COSMO INTERNATIONALFRAGR : COSMO INTERNATIONAL FR¦337
    CRAFT BEARINGS UAB.................¦RODAMIENTOS CRAFT SEGUN FACTURA COMERCIAL DE BOLAS....................¦7160
    CRANE AB...........................¦BILLETES DE BANCO PRECIO POR MILLAR PRINTED MATTER DE LA DENOMINACION.¦62400
    DAN FOAM APS.......................¦COLCHONES TEMPUR 83101170 -SENSATION SUPREME 21 COOLTOUCH-135X190X21 C¦1989
    DEVRO SRO..........................¦TRIPAS ARTIFICIALES DEVRO 2400 M. POR CAJA PARA LA ELABORACION DE EMBU¦1708
    DIVERSEY EUROPE OPERATIONS BV......¦MANGUERA SECANTE DIVERSEY 69928 MANGUERASECANTE PARA EQUIPO DOSIFICADO¦233
    DOKUMENTAL GMBH & CO KG............¦TINTA PARA BOLIGRAFOS DOKUMENTAL BP259 1010178 PARA LA FABRICACION DE.¦3622
    DOLOMITWERK JETTENBERG SCHOENDORFER¦DOLOMITA PARA USO EN LA INDUSTRIA DEL VIDRIO 163387 DOLOMITA 0 - 2 MM.¦59850
    DOW EUROPE GMBH / PAPE GMBH & CO...¦POLVO DE LATEX DOW DLP 2000 00000355892 PRESENTADO EN BOLSAS DE 20 KG.¦9342
    DPH - DICHTUNGSPARTNER HAMBURG GMBH¦RETEN DPH 1265791(82426) PARA USO AUTOMOTRIZ RETEN P/ATAQ CORONA POST.¦1236
    DR PAUL LOHMANN GMBH KG............¦SULFATO DE MAGNESIO DR. PAUL LOHMANN BATCH : 3041726 INSUMO PARA LA IN¦15732
    DRICONEQ PRODUCTION AB.............¦BARRA DE EXTENSION (HUECA) DRICONEQ 10-671706 CON DIAM. EXTERNO 89MM D¦5251
    DSIUNDERGROUND MULTITEX SRO........¦PYTHON STANDARD 1 400X SARZE 1039004 DELKA V MM 2100; 500X SARZE 39687¦21100
    DURAN GROUP GMBH...................¦VASOS DURAN 211062402 PARA USO EN LABORATORIO FORMA BAJA GRADUADOS CON¦259
    DYNAMIC RUBBERS & TIRES CO LTD.....¦ACEITES S-M ARMATICOS ESTADO: BUENO ACEITES AROMATICOS................¦34840
    DYNAMIC RUBBERS & TIRES CO LTD.....¦ACEITE AROMATICO IRANOL DAE-40 (AROMATICRUBBER PROCESS OIL) LIQUIDO VI¦17640
    DYNAMIC RUBBERS & TIRES CO LTD.....¦ACEITE AROMATICO ACEITE AROMATICO USO INDUSTRIAL BULTOS ACEITE AROMATI¦17550
    EGON VON RUVILLE GMBH ; BBR AUTOMOT¦CORREA MULTIPLE CONTITECH CONTITECH/ REPUESTOS PARA USO AUTOMOTRIZ COR¦1112
    EINDHOVEN HUB NL SANDVIK SMC LOGIST¦PUNTA METALICA SANDVIK 774C1 DE MARTILLOROMPEBANCO REPUESTOS DE USO MI¦502
    ESSENTRA POROUS TECHNOLOGIES GMBH..¦TUBOS FILTRANTES FILTRONA XCA439555 MEDIDAS: 80.0 X 5.5 MM PARA LA FAB¦9487
    EUR LO TRADING GMBH................¦EMULSION LIQUIDA USADA EN LA INDUSTRIA COSMETICA. JAYPOL 213 AGENTE CO¦2230
    EUWA HHEUMANN GMBH.................¦RELLENO DE RESINA EUWA RESIN EUWA FH03/02 EN BIG BAGS USO INDUSTRIAL S¦15660
    FAFNIR GMBH........................¦CONSOLA FAFNIR 908298 USO: VISUALIZAR STOCK DE PRODUCTO EN TANQUES MAT¦223
    FELDMUEHLE UETERSEN GMBH...........¦PAPEL ESTUCADO FELDMUEHLE EXCEO GLOSS MATERIAL:PAPEL ESTUCADO USO:PARA¦21438
    FREDK MOELLER SOEHNE GMBH..........¦HOJA DE SIERRA CIRCULAR KULKONI 10 (250 MM ) 1 6 MM A 20 MM 48 DIENTES¦2128
    FRESENIUS KABI DEUTSCHLAND GMBH....¦SMOFLIPID 20% FRESENIUS KABI BATCH N° 16LB6842 MAN. DATE: 23.02.2017 E¦12384
    FRESENIUS MEDICAL CARE DEUTSCHLAND.¦DIALIZADOR FX 10 FRESENIUS MEDICAL CARE -DIALIZADOR FX 10-CODIGO: 5004¦16418
    GCP DAREX GERMANY GMBH.............¦DAREX PL 1333-08 CODIGO:5145793 LAQUE BARNIZ LACA DE PROTECCION USO:IN¦17600
    GEHRLICHER PHARMAZEUTISCHE EXTRAKTE¦SINVIRAL SOLUCION ORAL GOTAS SINVIRAL LOTE: 1701 - F.V. 03/2020 PARA U¦523
    GEODIS WILSON GERMANY GMBH & CO KG.¦AMPLIFICADOR KOMATSU USO COMERCIAL BULTOS 94147940-AMPLIFICADOR.......¦2403
    GGP METALPOWDER AG.................¦POLVO DE COBRE 10310 LOTE: 10015222/1-10015222/2-10015222/3 CU CH M 18¦15130
    GIVAUDAN HUNGARY KFT...............¦FLAVATONE GIVAUDAN INSUMO PARA LA INDUSTRIA ALIMENTICIA BULTOS 9904535¦1364
    GRINDEX AB.........................¦ELECTROBOMBA SUMERGIBLE GRINDEX MASTER SH CONEXION DE DESCARGA 3"(76.2¦4140
    GRUNDFOS OPERATIONS A/S............¦KIT DE UNIDAD DE CONTROL GRUNDFOS PARA BOMBAS KIT DDD RETROFIT KIT SET¦680
    H STOLL AG & CO KG.................¦MAQUINA TRICOTOSA RECTILINEA STOLL CMS 822 HP INCLUYE PARTES Y ACCESOR¦1929
    HAMBURG SUD HAMBURGHAMBURG SUD HAMB¦CONTENEDORES VACIOS...................................................¦0
    HAMM AG............................¦RODILLO VIBRATORIO HAMM GRW 280-12H 2017-ORDEN NO. 2111081042 MACHINE.¦56660
    HANSEN & ROSENTHAL KG..............¦VASELINA LIQUIDA HANSEN & ROSENTHAL INSUMO PARA ELABORACION DE JABONES¦15280
    HARTMANN DRUCKFARBEN GMBH..........¦TINTA SUN CHEMICAL 91415399 TINTA VARIOSCOLORES PARA IMPRESION POR SIS¦41600
    HEINRICH KUPER GMBH & CO KG........¦MAQUINA COSEDORA DE CHAPAS KUPER FW1150 INDUSTRIAL ACERO SOLIDO MAQUIN¦619
    HELIOPOTASSE.......................¦NITRATO DE POTASIO 960 BOLSAS DE 25KGS C/U EN 20 PALETAS USO INDUSTRIA¦24525
    HOPPECKE BATTERIEN GMBH & CO KG....¦ACUMULADORES DE PLOMO HOPPECKE TRAK-BLOCBAT 6V 170 AH C5 U/C PARA USO.¦137
    HUBERGROUP DEUTSCHLAND GMBH........¦TINTA HUBERGROUP DEUTSCHLAND 41RL250 REFLECTA AMARILLO PARA IMPRESION.¦12044
    HUSQVARNA AB.......................¦CAJA DE ENGRANAJES HUSQVARNA -GEARCASE-A-528 81 83-01.................¦905
    HUSQVARNA AB.......................¦DESBROZADORA HUSQVARNA 555RXT 555RXT BRUSHCUTTER ALL EX US50 INCLUYE A¦719
    JOST-WERKE DEUTSCHLAND.............¦TORNAMESA JOST TORNAMESA JOST 1100 HE18 1001741/KLKHE18 JOSENG0001 PAR¦1195
    JRS PHARMA GMBH & CO KG............¦FOSFATO DE CALCIO ANHIDRO EMCOMPRESS EN 16 SACOS X 25KG INSUMO QUIMICO¦9590
    JSB MATCH DIABLO AS................¦POLIMAG / DIAVOLOS....................................................¦898
    JSC SOLVIKA........................¦TURBA HT PALLETS: SPHAGNUM PEAT MOSS 0/40 PH 3.5-4.5 NO ADDITIVES USO:¦136094
    JUNGHEINRICH EXPORT AG & CO KG.....¦APILADOR ELECTRICO TRILATERAL JUNGHEINRICH 51470196 EQUIPO PARA TRASLA¦21116
    KAPOPLAST..........................¦MONOFILAMENTO TE¥IDO; ACABADO: NORMAL CORTO PRESENTACION: PAQUETES; TI¦12336
    KLUMPP & SCHROTH GMBH..............¦IMPRESORA OFFSET 01 COLOR FORMATO OFICIOA¥O 1989/1990 SN 499383 USO:TO¦2560
    KRONES AG MASCHINENFABRIK..........¦PERFIL KRONES AG PERFIL USO INDUSTRIAL 0-903-25-359-1 REPUESTOS.......¦120
    KRONOS TITAN AS....................¦TITANIUM DIOXIDE KRONOS LOTE: 96612 96621 PARA LA PRODUCCION DE TINTAS¦20560
    LEANN STANCZYK SPOLKA AKCYJNA......¦CONTENEDOR RODANTE USO:TRANSPORTAR TODO TIPO DE PRODUCTOS DEL SUPERMER¦5400
    LIFOCOLOR FARBEN GMBH & CO KG......¦COLORANTES LIFOCOLOR 1000579F PE/PP EN KILOGRAMOS COLOR:AMARILLO COLOR¦4298
    LUMILEDS POLAND SA.................¦FOCOS NARVA 170513000 FOCO BA7 12V 2W ................................¦2269
    MACAD OR GMBH......................¦COLAGENO HIDROLIZADO VITAGEL ENVASADOS EN FRASCOS DE 310 GR NETO Y EMP¦4948
    MACAD OR GMBH......................¦COLAGENO HIDROLIZADO COLLAMIN FECHA PRODUCCION: ABRIL 2017 - FECHA CAD¦3065
    MANITOWOC FSG MEXICO S DE RL D.....¦HORNO MIXTO ELECTRICO CONVOTHERM 6.10 CON PANTALLA TACTIL SISTEMA DE L¦410
    MANULI HYDRAULICS POLSKA SA........¦MANGUERA HIDRAULICA MANULI ROCKMASTER/4SH MANGUERA HIDRAULICA MANGUERA¦6876
    MERCK KGAA.........................¦AMONIO - SOLUCION PATRON CERTIPUR 1.19812.0500 LOTE HC60107012 VENC 31¦6256
    MERCK KGAA.........................¦CANDURIN® BROWN AMBER CANDURIN LOTE: W160380X17 FEC. PROD.: 15/09/2016¦2028
    METABOWERKE GMBH...................¦TALADRADORA METABO SBE 650 CODIGO: 600671000 SBE 650 TALADRADORA A PER¦823
    METSO SWEDEN AB EXP SERVICES.......¦CAJA METSO REPUESTOS DE BOMBA PARA CHANCADORA DE MINERALES CASE MDM400¦12724
    MICROMA ROHSTOFF HANDELS GMBH......¦BOLSA DE AIRE INFLABLE GRIZZLYBAG N/A N/A N/A TAMA¥O 120X180..........¦1100
    NASACO INTERNATIONAL LTD...........¦MCFROTH 102 CC 38249992...............................................¦20390
    NEENAH GESSNER GMBH................¦PAPEL CREPE IMPREGNADO GRAMAJE APROX. (G/M²): 60.0 ANCHO DE BOBINA: 1.¦18836
    NESTLE DEUTSCHLAND AG..............¦NAN CRECIMIENTO 3 NESTLE PRESENTADO EN LATAS DE HOJALATA DE 6 X 800G E¦4910
    NEXOLUB SL.........................¦ACEITE MINERAL BASICO 1 FLEXITANK SLAC PARA USO INDUSTRIAL ACEITE MINE¦20280
    NIQUA SAEGEN UND WERKZEUGFABRIK GMB¦ARCO DE SIERRA HERKULES PROFUNDIDAD: 60MM 20 X 6 PZS. USO:NUMERO DE AR¦297
    NOVOMATIC GAMING IUNDUSTRIES.......¦MAQUINAS TRAGAMONEDAS NOVOMATIC GAMING INDUSTRIES FV834 F2 A¥O: 2017SI¦3799
    NOVOZYMES A/S......................¦NOVAMYL 1500 MG NOVAMYL BATCH: AB201653 MFG. DATE: 01/11/2016 EXP. DAT¦1173
    OE GERMANY HANDELS GMBH............¦VALVULA ESCAPE OE GERMANY PARTES Y/O REPUESTOS DE USO VEHICULAR REPUES¦1521
    ORIF
          01 JUNIO 2017(A)   



  • - IMPORTACION MARITIMA, PUERTO DEL CALLAO

    IMPORTACIONES CALLAO: EXPORTADORES
    FECHA: 01 JUNIO 2017(CALLAO)
    BUQUE: NYK LODESTAR


    ORIGEN..¦EXPORTADOR..........¦PRODUCTO..............................................................¦KILOS
    ACAJUTLA
    INGENIO LA CABA¥A SA DE CV.........¦AZUCAR RUBIA INGENIO LA CABA¥A PARA USO INDUSTRIAL RAW SUGAR PACKED IN¦125450
    ALBERT VICTOR (BEHER
    HERO MOTOCORP LTD..................¦L3 HERO GLAMOUR VE:2017 A¥O FABR.:2017 A¥O MOD.:2017 NC:1 CC:124.7 CH:¦45324
    HERO MOTOCORP LTD..................¦L3 HERO GLAMOUR VE:2017 A¥O FABR.:2017 A¥O MOD.:2017 NC:1 CC:124.7 CH:¦31968
    HERO MOTOCORP LTD..................¦L3 HERO MOD HUNK,VE 2017,A:O FABR. 2017...............................¦40068
    SEECO INDUSTRIES...................¦CABLE DE CAMBIO SOLO SEECO REPUESTOS PARA MOTOCICLETAS USO:PART N BA19¦20447
    BEIJIAO
    CHONGQING KALIDA INDUSTRY CO LTD...¦L3 ARLO FPN-150A VE:2017 A¥O FAB:2017 A¥O MOD:2017 CA:MOTOCICLETA MC:A¦10220
    GD MIDEA HEATING AND VENTILATING EQ¦UNIDADES EVAPORADORAS MIDEA MKT4-2000 USO INDUSTRIAL O DOMESTICO MKT4-¦35403
    GD MIDEA HEATING AND VENTILATING EQ¦CONTROLADOR CON CABLEADO, MIDEA, KJR 29B&BK E JCB.....................¦147
    CAI MEP
    BINH DINH FISHERY JOINT STOCK......¦1005 CARTONS FROZEN YELLOWFIN TUNA STEAKS.............................¦5628
    GODACO SEAFOOD JSC.................¦1700 CARTONS FROZEN PANGASIUS FILLET..................................¦18700
    KENDA RUBBER VIETNAM CO LTD........¦CAMARAS KENDA TR-4 PARA MOTOCICLETAS 2.75/3.00-18.....................¦24314
    CALCUTTA
    GLOBAL SAFETY......................¦GUANTE DE SEGURIDAD TECSEG AS010 INDUSTRIAL LEATHER GLOVES PARA PROTEC¦8960
    CALGARY
    GROUPE FORDIA......................¦ADITIVO DD 2000 MATEX PESO NETO: 17.50 KG C/U PREPARACIONES PARA FLUID¦24262
    CHONGQING
    CHONGQING HIJOY INDUSTRY GROUP CO..¦L5 SONIK SN300 ZH-C A¥O FAB:2017 A¥O MOD:2017 CA:TRIMOTO CARGA PM:12@7¦12177
    CHONGQING KALIDA INDUSTRY CO LTD...¦GENERADOR GASOLINA PANTHER PH2500 GCAAH-5169522 GCAAH-5169528 GCAAH-51¦20187
    CORINTO
    NICARAGUA SUGAR ESTATES LTD........¦AZUCAR RUBIA SAN ANTONIO -AZUCAR RUBIA MT OF RAW SUGAR-LOTES: 830-866.¦50210
    NICARAGUA SUGAR ESTATES LTD........¦AZUCAR RUBIA SAN ANTONIO COMERCIAL/CONSUMO HUMANO BULTOS RAW SUGAR....¦100420
    NICARAGUA SUGAR ESTATES LTD........¦AZUCAR RUBIA SAN ANTONIO RAW SUGAR NICARAGUA ORIGIN CROP 2017 COMERCIA¦251050
    DA CHAN BAY
    ADAMS APPAREL LTD..................¦JEAN UNLIMITED 110JEUV18-407 DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE TE¥IDO; AC¦162
    AGILITY LOGISTICS SHANGHAI LTD.....¦SÁBANA ROBERTA ALLEN AMY PINKTV DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE TE¥IDO.¦12186
    AGILITY LOGISTICS SHANGHAI LTD.....¦CAFETERA DIGITAL RECCO RCF-4286 COFEE MAKER OF 1.5L USO:220V/60HZ/900W¦2136
    AGILITY LOGISTICS SHANGHAI LTD.....¦BARRA DE SONIDO (SOUNDBAR) BUILT DIGITALSB-2100 SOUNDBAR SKU# 15722259¦4676
    AGILITY LOGISTICS SHANGHAI LTD.....¦PARLANTE BAZOOKA PROLINK PS-2012D PORTATIL PANTALLA LED INCLUYE BATERI¦2360
    AGILITY LOGISTICS SHANGHAI LTD.....¦SET DE CANASTAS CON COMIDA 30 PZAS HAPPYLINE 350028 DIMENSIONES:38.5CM¦12907
    ART CHAMPION INDUSTYIAL YY LTD.....¦SET DE TE METAL POR 15 PIEZAS ART CHAMPION CH41097 DIMENSIONES: 030.00¦6730
    BEST RESOURCES TOYS TRADING CO.....¦JGTE. TAMBOR C/ACCESORIOS 2018 DIMENSIONES:024.00CMX018.00CMX008.00CM.¦10534
    CHASY INTERNATIONAL LTD............¦POLO (T-SHIRT/REMERA) MARITIMO 112POMAV18-300 DE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO TE¥I¦1145
    CHINA TOP TOYS TRADING LTD.........¦JGTE COCHE PARA MU¥ECA 9816 FUENTE DE MOVIMIENTO: SIN FUENTE DE MOVIMI¦6780
    COMIX (ASIA) LTD...................¦ARCHIVADOR DATA OFFICE PRESENTACIóN: BOLSA DE PLÁSTICO DE 1 PIEZAS PES¦6564
    COMMERCIAL COTTON PLACE LTD........¦CHAQUETA RAINFOREST 114CSRFV18-207 DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE TE¥I¦318
    DJ TOYS ENTERPRISE CORP............¦ORGANO PK22 DIMENSIONES:44.0CMX20.0CMX5.3CM CM. USO:ACCESORIOS:SIN ACC¦3521
    DONGGUAN CITY JINLIAN INDUSTRIAL...¦AURICULAR CON MICROFONO HALION T15 PLASTICO COMPONENTES ELECTRONICOS P¦5640
    EASY WEAR GARMENTS CO LTD..........¦JARDINERA OPPOSITE 111JROPV18-404 DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE TE¥ID¦423
    ERAMAY ENTERPRISE CO LTD...........¦JUGUETE CARRO CONTROL REMOTO J 767-S2 DIMENSIONES: 52.00CMX24.00CMX21.¦9851
    EUROLOYALTY INC....................¦CUCHILLO BUGATTI 74904 FORJADO EN ACERO INOXIDABLE CUCHILLO DE MESA DE¦17482
    FOSHAN WELL PLASTICS CO LTD........¦CUBREMESA DE HULE GRAMAJE: 336.83 G/M2 /MATERIA PLASTICA; POLICLORURO.¦22920
    FOSHAN WELL PLASTICS CO LTD........¦CUBREMESA TRANSPARENTE ACABADO:LISO; COLOR:CON COLOR PLASTIF:25 % CALI¦17980
    GLOBAL LYNX CORP LTD...............¦PLAFON LED S Y MODELOS SEGUN FORMATO B ARTICULOS DE ILUMINACION ARTICU¦3701
    GUANGDONG TEXTILES IMPORT AND EXPOR¦SUETER OPPOSITE 601SWOPV18-010 DE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO TE¥IDO; ACABADO: LA¦676
    HANG WING PLASTIC INDUSTRY CO LTD..¦JGTE. ROBOT CON PISTOLA YONG JIA XION FD-AK40 DIMENSIONES:20.00CMX18.0¦5595
    HAPPY LINE LTD.....................¦TREN BLOQUES HAPPY LINE 11002 DIMENSIONES: 035.0CMX008.0CM TIPO: VEHÍC¦25841
    HAPPY LIVING LTD...................¦SET DE UTENSILIOS 12464688 20PCS UTENSILSET SET DE UTENSILIOS X 20 PZA¦5250
    JIEYANG SHENLUBAO FOOT WEAR LTD....¦TIRAS DE PVC MATERIAL: POLICLORURO DE VINILO USO:TALLA:36-40 TIRAS DE.¦6560
    KID CONCEPTS LTD...................¦MU¥ECO (A) KK13041 DIMENSIONES: 026.40CMX010.16CMX033.02CM FUNCIONES:.¦1680
    KRC HONG KONG LTD..................¦MINION CON CUERDA MI VILLANO FAVORITO 20130 DIMENSIONES:12.07CMX6.99CM¦1660
    LANARD TOYS LTD....................¦MAQUINARIA PARA HACER MILSHAKES LANARD 71051 DIMENSIONES:15.2CMX12.5CM¦2997
    LH HK TRADE CO.....................¦JEAN OPALINE 331JEOPV18-803 DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE ESTAMPADO;.¦287
    LUCOZ INTERNATIONAL CO.............¦LICUADORA SWEETZA 4655 BLENDER DE USO DOMESTICO LICUADORA CON JARRA DE¦16580
    MDK LIMITED........................¦JEAN RAINFOREST 114JERFV18-305 DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE TE¥IDO;.¦723
    PAN ASIA TOYS INDUSTRIAL CO LTD....¦JUGUETE DE EMPUJE DELECTATION 303-2686 DIMENSIONES:21.00CMX20.00CMX14.¦5290
    PROTEX FASHION LTD.................¦JEAN AUSSIE 334-JEAUV18-124 DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE TE¥IDO; ACA¦4159
    REPUBLIC PTY LTD...................¦CALZADO CASUAL OPPOSITE BALERINA 551BAOPV18-050 PLANTA:CAUCHO FORRO:MA¦2320
    SHENZHEN MARK TRADING CO LTD.......¦MOUSE HALION HA-911P PLASTICO COMPONENTES ELECTRONICOS PARA COMPUTADOR¦7160
    SHENZHEN MARK TRADING CO LTD.......¦TECLADO HALION HA-K836 PLASTICO COMPONENTES ELECTRONICOS PARA COMPUTAD¦5800
    SHING HING PLASTIC MANUFACTURING LI¦JUGUETE FORMA ANIMAL SHIN HING CDC020220A1606 DIMENSIONES: 013.0CMX008¦7575
    SUM SUM FASHIONS AND TOYS CO LTD...¦MU¥ECA 30CM CON TINA CHICA BABY PEEK A BOO 07214 DIMENSIONES:61.6CMX36¦3861
    TCL HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ZHONGSHAN.¦DISPENSADOR DE AGUA MIRAY DAM-17 CAPACIDAD DEL CONSERVADOR 16 LITROS A¦6522
    TOPSKY TOYS INDUSTRIAL CO LIMITE...¦ESPADA LASER LUZ Y SONIDO 217954 DIMENSIONES:56.0CMX15.0CMX5.5CM CM. U¦5988
    UNEEDA INTERNATIONAL LTD...........¦MU¥ECO (A) UNEEDA 83215 DIMENSIONES:031.75CMX014.61CMX080.00CM TIPO:MU¦3800
    WINNING WILL CO LTD................¦CIANOCRILATO EN TUBITOS X 1.5G COMPOSIC.:ADHESIVO INSTANTANEO A BASE D¦21192
    YUSEN LOGISTICS HK LTD.............¦CALCULADORA ELECTRONICA CASIO FX-570LAX-BK-W-DH SIN FUENTE DE ENERGIA.¦3674
    ZHONGSHAN GALANZ CONSUMER ELECTRIC.¦SECADORA DE ROPA MIRAY SME-707 ELECTRICACAPACIDAD DE 7KG.DE ROPA SECA.¦15424
    DALIAN
    HARVESTCHEM CO LTD.................¦FULLY REFINED PARAFFIN WAX 58/60 SE COMERCIALIZA EN TONELADAS USO.....¦200400
    WENDA CO LTD.......................¦PENTASULFURO DE FOSFORO PARA USO INDUSTRIAL USO:NUEVO PHOSPHOROUS PENT¦18270
    FOSHAN
    SUNWAY LOGISTICS CO LTD............¦ANDADOR CON RUEDA CA12 : USO:USO PERSONAL PARA DISCAPACITADO ANDADOR C¦3069
    GENERAL SANTOS/DADIA
    GENERAL TUNA CORPORATION...........¦GRATED DE ATUN FLORIDA REG. SANIT. RSP-2014-RSPIGTFICN0114SANIPES. F.I¦60804
    HO CHI MINH CITY
    SOUTHERN FISHERY INDUSTRIES CO.....¦FILETE DE BASA CONGELADO FILETE CONGELADO SIN PIEL SIN ESPINAS Y SIN G¦27350
    SOUTHERN FISHERY INDUSTRIES CO.....¦PESCADO BASA CONGELADO LOTE: VN014VI160 F. PRODUCC: 16/02/2017 F. CADU¦25920
    HONG KONG
    AEMAXX CO LTD......................¦BASURERO METAL CONM PEDAL CASAIDEAS 3106250000085 BASURERO METAL CON P¦1401
    BARRY CALLEBAUT MALAYSIA SDN BHD...¦COCOA BARRY BOLSAS 22.68 KG/BAG INSUMO PARA LA ELABORACION DE GALLETAS¦18591
    BARRY CALLEBAUT MALAYSIA SDN BHD...¦COCOA BARRY INSUMO PARA LA ELABORACION DE GALLETAS "OREO VAINILLA" (RE¦18591
    BUNLAND SA.........................¦WATCH CARS RELOJ DIGITAL PRINCESAS RELOJ DIGITAL......................¦260
    BVM OVERSEAS LTD//.................¦HILADOS DE ALGODON PEINADO30/1 CRUDO; ACABADO: PEINADO PRESENTA.......¦22654
    CANON VIETNAM CO LTD...............¦MULTIFUNCIONAL CANON G3100 IMPRIME 5.0 IPM/8.8 PPM A 4800X1200 DPI USO¦9541
    CANON VIETNAM CO LTD...............¦IMPRESORA CANON PIXMA G4100 VEL. IMP.:46PPM NO APLICA USO:CAP.:256 MB.¦2840
    CARL INTERNATIONAL MFG CO LIMIT....¦PERFORADOR CARL N/A N/A ITEM: 85 NEGRO................................¦1160
    CATHEDY LIMITED....................¦ADAPTADOR SO 19.5V3.9A PVC PARA LAPTOP UNIDADES ADAPTADOR 6.5*4.4.....¦1880
    CHINA FROTEC ENVIRONMENTAL CO LTD..¦PARTES PARA FILTROS...................................................¦70
    CONAIR FAR EAST LTD................¦TENAZA BABYLISS PRO BABR75SPE-TENAZA PARA EL CABELLO-3/4" CURLING IRON¦1765
    DALIAN WSS ARTS CO LTD.............¦BOTELLA CON TAPA WHITE PLASTIC BOTTLE BOTELLAS PARA ENVASAR QUITAESPAL¦349
    DAMCO LOGISTICS MYANMAR LTD........¦GORRO H&M 239532 COMPOSICION : 100% ALGODON USO:USUARIO : BEBE TIPO DE¦3047
    DAMCO LOGISTICS MYANMAR LTD........¦VESTIDO H&M 506211 GRADO DE ELABORACION:TENIDO ACABADOS: LAVADO USO:CO¦1822
    DHL ISC (HONG KONG) LTD............¦SET DE CUCHILLOS 19×2.5CM 28G THICKNESS 1.2MM SIN PROTECCION 19.3 X 3.¦1166
    DHL ISC (HONG KONG) LTD............¦ESPATULA DE PLÁSTICO ACABADO:SIN IMPRESION ACCESORIO:SIN ACCESORIOS CO¦283
    DHL ISC (HONG KONG) LTD............¦PRODUCTOS PLASTICOS...................................................¦141
    DISEN CO LTD.......................¦HATCHING MACHINE......................................................¦77
    EASY TOP ELECTRONIC CO LTD.........¦ADAPTADOR PARA MICRO SD PARA MEMORIAS MICRO SD USO:DE METAL Y PLASTICO¦316
    EMERSON NETWORK POWER CO LTD.......¦SUBRACK DE BATERIAS INCLUYE:CONECTORES ACCESORIO PARA SISTEMA RECTIFIC¦173
    EMERSON NETWORK POWER CO LTD.......¦GABINETE OUTDOOR EMERSON NETWORK POWER EPC48300 EQUIPO TRAE UN AIRE AC¦336
    FARFLY TECHNOLOGY CO LTD...........¦MOCHILA PORTA LAPTOP SWISSGEAR 1552# ACABADO:ACOLCHADO TE¥IDO USO:ACCE¦1180
    FORTUNE ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY LIMIT¦USB FLASH DISK 16GB 3000PCS HS CODE 85235110.00.......................¦100
    FOSHAN MANFIELD ECONOMIC AND TRADE.¦UNIDAD DENTAL INTEGRAL ANLE AL-398AA AL-398AA USO ODONTOLOGICO UNIDAD.¦9030
    FUZHOU HAILIN MACHINERY CO LTD.....¦BOMBA DE AGUA HAILIN HP300 ITEM: HP300 PARA ENSAMBLE MOTOBOMBA BOMBA D¦2944
    GEOX ASIA PACIFIC LTD..............¦ZAPATILLA GEOX D52F2A 021GN C1008 PARTE SUPERIOR: CUERO NATURAL ORIGEN¦9950
    GREENGO ELECTRONICS LTD............¦MODULADOR DE VIDEO OPTRONICS TECH OT-MVF2 PARA EQUIPOS MODULATOR BRAND¦395
    GUANGZHOU BOAOSI APPLIANCE CO LTD..¦CONSERVADORA EXHIBIDORA MIRAY CMVE-287 CAPACIDAD DE 280LTS. DE 01 PUER¦19407
    GUANGZHOU LI CHI TECHNOLOGY DEVELOP¦FILTRO DE ACEITE OEM NO SF-3210 OIL FILTER FILTRO DE ACEITE...........¦3300
    GUANGZHOU SIBO ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOG¦MU¥ECO PARA PASEO GZ SIBO MU¥ECO PARA PASEO EN CENTRO COMERCIALES PARA¦192
    H&HENNES & MAURITZ GBC AB..........¦SWEATER H&M 432461 GRADO DE ELABORACION:TENIDO ACABADOS: LAVADO USO:CO¦3447
    H&HENNES & MAURITZ GBC AB..........¦SOPORTE DE VELA H&M 265662 100% STEEL USO:PARA VELA LIGHT HOLDER -LIVE¦3330
    HAINAN GOLDEN SPRING FOODS CO LT...¦FILETE DE TILAPIA CONGELADO ARO SIZE: 3/5 OZ USO:PACKING: 10KG(10X1KG)¦24640
    HAINAN ZHONGYU SEAFOOD CO LTD......¦FILETE DE TILAPIA CONGELADO FROZEN RAW TILAPIA FILLETS (OREOCHROMIS NI¦24090
    HONDA MOTOR CHINA CO LTD...........¦CUBIERTA LATERAL P/N: 11360-KVX-6002 PARA MOTOKAR P/N: 11360-KVX-6002.¦61849
    HONDA MOTOR CHINA CO LTD...........¦CUBIERTA LATERAL P/N: 11361-KRF-S000 PARTES PARA MOTOKAR P/N: 11361-KR¦35534
    HONDA MOTOR CHINA CO LTD...........¦RAMAL AUXILIAR AUXILIAR REPUESTOS PARA MOTOCICLETAS P/N: 32100-PMC-P00¦17172
    HONGKONG TECHAIN FOREIGN TRADE LIMI¦TELEFONO MOVIL PLATINUM SKY DEVICES PLATINUM 4.5 CODIGO: PLATINUM 4.5.¦250
    J AND H TRADING CO.................¦MOCHILA ACABADO: SIN ACABADO ACCESORIOS:0 SIN ACCESORIOS APLICACIONES:¦415
    JYOTI STEEL INDUSTRIES.............¦BARRAS DE ACERO REDONDAS CARBON STEEL BRIGHT ROUND BARS.............¦24994
    KID`S TOYS (HK) LTD................¦MASA MOLDEABLE FABER CASTELL 4 COLOUR KIDS DOUGH PRESENTACIóN: ESTUCHE¦24848
    LONGWELL INDUSTRIAL LTD............¦MU¥ECA CUERPO TODO BLANDO 30CM MINGMING 1301 DIMENSIONES:30.0CMX17.0CM¦4613
    LW INDUSTRIAL CO LTD...............¦PARLANTES DE AGUA RITMICA KS01B5 PLASTICO + METAL FUENTE DE ENERGIA:EL¦283
    MARCO TECH LTD.....................¦VENTILADOR 26 INCHES FAN 220W; SE COMERCIALIZA EN PIEZAS USO:WF2630 IM¦5320
    MAY HAI JOINT STOCK CO.............¦ROPA: LEVI S MENSWEAR WOVEN TOP LEVI S MENSWEAR WOVEN TOP.............¦421
    MIRACLE GLOBAL IMPORT & EXPORT CO L¦BATERIAS PARA LAPTOP COD: 4530S 450G2 8460 6930 210-1000 650G1 DV4 DV2¦1757
    MOOSE ENTERPRISE INT PTY LTD.......¦JUEGO COMPUESTO POR DISTINTOS SHOPKINS 56331 DIMENSIONES: 021.03CMX003¦1810
    NATIONAL STARCH AND CHEMICAL THAILA¦FECULA DE TAPIOCA 855 SACOS X 25 KG C/U INSUMO PARA LA INDUSTRIA ALIME¦21717
    PANASONIC CORPORATION..............¦PROYECTOR PANASONIC PT-LB303 PC INPUT CON ACCESORIOS PARA SU NORMAL FU¦3708
    PANASONIC HONG KONG CO LTD.........¦PROYECTOR PANASONIC PT-LB303 PC INPUT CON ACCESORIOS PARA SU NORMAL FU¦777
    RONG LONG CRAFTS AND TOYS CO LTD...¦COCHE PARA MU¥ECA BASICO RONG LONG 886 DIMENSIONES:36.0CMX22.0CMX51.0C¦7161
    SEATING STAR LTD...................¦SILLA NIL HL6104B OFFICE SILLA ESCRITORIO CON BRAZOS NG 1615645.......¦37468
    SHECK WAH TONG PRINTING PRESS LTD..¦LIBROS PEARSON AUTOR: COLEEN DEGNAN-VENES 9781447925651 PENG LONG 3: M¦2416
    SHENZHEN ANTHY ELECTRONICS CO LT...¦CARGADOR GENERICO PARA LAP TOP AR651905517 DE PLASTICO Y METAL USO:COL¦5334
    SHENZHEN DEEQ ELECTRIC CO LIMITE...¦ULTRABOOK BRENTA BR-UB124B-CPU: CELERON J1900 @2.0GHZ TARJETA GRAFICA;¦2340
    SHENZHEN FUTURE INFORMATION TECHNOL¦PANTALLA DE PROYECCION. ELECTRIC PROJECTION SCREEN....................¦781
    SHENZHEN TOPD TECHNOLOGY CO LTD....¦SOPORTE DE PLASTICO PARA TELEFONOS MOVILES DE USO PERSONAL TIPO COLLAR¦844
    SMARTEL TECHNOLOGY CO LTD..........¦MICA PROTECTORA DE PANTALLA CON EMPAQUE INCLUYE PA¥ITOS DE LIMPIEZA US¦1886
    SUNLINK INDUSTRIAL CO LTD..........¦SWITCH ENCORE ELECTRONICS ENH908-NWY 10/100 FAST ETHERNET 8 PORT SWITC¦402
    TACTEASY TECHNOLOGY CO LTD.........¦PIZARRA INTERACTIVA TE-86FT EDUCACION PIZARRA INTERACTIVA PROPORCION 4¦874
    TDL HYGIENE CO LTD.................¦DISPENSADOR DE JABON: MANUAL PLASTIC SOAP DISPENSER PLASTIC SOAP BAG P¦908
    TOPLOCK INDUSTRY CO LTD............¦CERRADURA ELECTRICA FORTE ELECTRONIC RIMLOCK WITH BOTTOM USO:PARA PUER¦3032
    TRANSITYRE BREDA EIKDONK...........¦NEUMATICOS MICHELIN AGILIS 195 R14 106/104R / CODE: 427215_103B USO:PP¦9712
    TUOKI PLASTIC TOYS CO LTD..........¦INFLABLE INFLATABLES JUEGOS AL AIRE LIBRE USO:CON SUS PARTES Y ACCESOR¦484
    VACANCHINA TRADING CO..............¦TELA POLIESTER 0.51 GRADO DE ELABORAC.:TENIDO ACABADO:MATERIAL SINTETI¦1978
    VIER GROUP INC.....................¦SOSTEN KOKETA MARIELA 14 DE: MICROFIBRA CRUDO; ACABADO: TE¥IDO CONSTRU¦578
    VOLTRONIC POWER TECHNOLOGY CORP....¦UPS LIEBERT GXT-1000MTPLUS220 TOWER W/12V/7AH*3 BAT(CSB) W/USB CABLE W¦129
    WENDLER INTERLINING HK LTD.........¦ENTRETELA TIPO SE410-150-9999 BLANQUEADO; ACABADO:REVESTIDO CONST: LIG¦341
    ZHONGSHAN DAJIN CASTOR MANUFACTURIN¦GARRUCHA FIJA DE ACERO INOXIDABLE DE ACERO INOXIDABLE CON RUEDA DE NYL¦400
    ZHONGSHAN NEW DRAGON IMPORT & EXPOR¦TINTA BLANCO DEEP ZHONGYI CODIGO: PPF-103 USO:INDUSTRIA TEXTIL TINTA D¦1764
    ZHONGSHAN SHUANGLI METAL PRODUCTOS.¦GARRUCHA MUEBLEX GIRATORIA CON FRENO DE 6X2` CON DOBLE RODAJE DE 6X2``¦26155
    HUANGPU
    GUANGZHOU CMX AUDIO CO LIMTED......¦AMPLIFICADOR STEREO R2 ELECTRONICS MX2.8MATERIAL PLASTICO METAL PARA R¦534
    SHANGHAI MEATON TRADE CO LTD.......¦PLANCHAS DE GRANILINE GRANILINE LY02-COM: 100% POLIMETACRILATO DE METI¦22602
    KAOHSIUNG
    IS INTERSTEEL STAHLHANDEL GMBH.....¦BARRAS DE ACERO USO INDUSTRIAL KILOGRAMOS 73133965 - ROUND 50.8 X 3.00¦14764
    KARACHI
    THE FAMOUS SURGICRAFTS.............¦PINZAS PARA TEJIDOS COMEDSA CODIGO: 15-262 INSTRUMENTO MEDICO PARA CIR¦820
    KEELUNG (CHILUNG)
    ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO LTD............¦FLUJOMETRO CON PERILLA ACARE FA-OS-04 SLIM TYPE FLOWMETER OXYGEN LIVIN¦260
    AKITA TRADING CO LTD...............¦BOMBIN AUX. DE EMBRAGUE JT OEM NUMBER: 30620-01W00 USO:REPUESTOS PARA.¦951
    AKITA TRADING CO LTD...............¦BOMBA DE FRENO ALLOY BGF CODIGO: 51100-65D30 1" BOMBA DE FRENO REPUEST¦781
    ANCHOYA INCORPORATION..............¦AUTOPARTES SUMBEX SM9705NC-13 USO:USO AUTOMOTRIZ TAPAS DE RUEDA CROMAD¦5248
    ARGOX INFORMATION CO LTD...........¦IMPRESORA ARGOX X-3200 CONEXION USB RES.:300 DPI TIP.IMP.:TERMICA N PA¦138
    ARGOX INFORMATION CO LTD...........¦LECTORES DE CODIGO DE BARRAS ARGOX AS-8150 INCLUYE ACCESORIOS (ADAPTAD¦161
    ASIA OFFICE MACHINE CO LTD.........¦DOBLADORA AUTOMATICA DYNAFOLD DF-352 DOBLADORAS Y REPUESTOS USO COMERC¦213
    BESMED HEALTH BUSINESS CORP........¦RESUCITADOR MANUAL BESMED PS-2203 SILICONE CHILD 550ML RESUSCITADOR W/¦577
    CENTURY DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (TAIWA¦INFLADOR SPECIALIZED CANISTER DEPORTE CICLISMO USO:ALUMINIO CO2 CANIST¦34
    CHEN'S LIGHTING MFG CANADA INC.....¦LAMPARA LIGHTECH 39-KES-233/WHITE ARTICULOS DE ILUMINACION ARTICULOS D¦228
    CHENG SHIN RUBBER IND CO LTD.......¦LLANTAS PARA MOTOCICLETAS COD:3.00-18; SE COMERCIALIZA EN PIEZAS USO:C¦13223
    CHILILON ENTERPRISE CO LTD.........¦MANIGUETA ESPONJA CLL-131B RUBBER FORM GRIP SIZE: 19-20X7X8 - 1/2" COL¦1035
    COLOR VALUE TECH INC...............¦BARNIZ U V COLORVALUE TECH INC UV CG01BM-1M UV CG01BM-1M COATING VARNI¦8800
    COMTECH WATER SYSTEM CORP..........¦PURIFICADOR DE AGUA TE-2E 50GPD 6 ETAPASUSO:RESERVE OSMOSIS SYSTEM DOM¦1759
    DEMAX ENTERPRISE CO LTD............¦RETENEDOR DE ACEITE OIL SEAL 10*20*7 (N)ITEM: 16416001 RETENEDOR DE AC¦1425
    DEMAX ENTERPRISE CO LTD............¦RETEN DE VALVULA NOK REPUESTO AUTOMOTRIZUSO:ITEM NO. 90913-02053 VALVE¦596
    DRAGON PLUS INDUSTRIAL CO LTD......¦ANILLO DE SEGURIDAD ARANDELAS DE MUELLE (RESORTE) Y LAS DEMÁS DE SEGUR¦3596
    EAST FORTUNE ENTERPRISE CO LTD.....¦TELA POLY TACTEL EASTFOR TE¥IDO; ACABADO:REVESTIDO CONST: LIGAMENTO TA¦3286
    FU SAN MACHINERY CO LTD............¦VALVULA CRANE D151B VALVULA COMPUERTA BRONCE ROSCADO CLASE 125 PARA GR¦3857
    GLOBAL WATER SOLUTIONS LTD.........¦TANQUE GLOBAL WATER SOLUTIONS PEN-24LX .... TANQUE ECONOWAVE 24 LTS VE¦7094
    GOLDEN ASIA INDUSTRIAL CO LTD......¦TUBOS DE ACERO GOLDEN ASIA INDUSTRIAL HONING SEAM LESS STEEL TUBE 152.¦4818
    GOLDEN ASIA INDUSTRIAL CO LTD......¦TUBO BRU¥IDO DE ACERO PARA PISTON HIDRAULICO TUBO BRU¥IDO 50.8MM*63.5M¦7985
    GOLDSUN ELECTRONICS CO LTD.........¦TELEFONO GOLDTOOL TCT-1900-RD COLOR ROJOESTADO: NUEVO TELEFONO PARA PR¦226
    HANG JI INDUSTRIAL CO LTD..........¦ASPAS DE VENTILADOR FAN BLADE DAEWOO STD/HYUBDAI R220-3 USO:1601150105¦1421
    HAW TUOH AUTO SPARE PARTS CO LTD...¦PALETA DE VENTILADOR HT TA2081 34-D08U PARA USO AUTOMOTRIZ............¦1515
    HOPE LAND ENTERPRISE CO LTD........¦GORRO ADIDAS TX LOGO BEANIE GREFIV/CLONIX/C TEJIDO DE PUNTO TX LOGO BE¦31
    HU SHAN AUTOPARTS INC..............¦REGULADOR DE VENTANA HU-SHAN PART NUMBERN°: HU-HY5237P REGULADOR DE VE¦2086
    KADORIS INTERNATIONAL CORP.........¦PLACA DE EMPUJE THRUST PLATE 28 USO: REPUESTOS PARA MOTOGUADA¥A PLACA.¦568
    KENDA RUBBER IND CO LTD............¦NEUMATICOS KENDA K300 4PR PARA MOTOCICLETAS 20*11.00-10...............¦18014
    KING TONY TOOLS CO LTD.............¦PUNTA KING TONY 1/4 POZIDRIV TYPE BIT NO.3 25MML 102503Z PUNTA BIT POZ¦1440
    LING YANG METAL CO LTD.............¦GANCHOS METALICOS INDUSTRIAL BULTOS C500-120A METAL CLIP..............¦1456
    LUCIDITY ENTERPRISE CO LTD.........¦FARO LAT. LED LUCIDITY LUDELE0002 LED MARKER LIGHT VEHICLE LIGHTING FA¦1030
    LYMOTOR COMPANY LTD................¦MOTOR ELECTRICO.......................................................¦1306
    MAGNESITA REFRACTORIES MIDDLE EAST.¦MASA MEA JEB FIL MBF-A 25 KG BAG MASA PARA RELLENAR ENTRE LOS LADRILLO¦23584
    MING-ZU CHEMICAL INDUSTRY LTD......¦COLORANTE MECO FAST RED 327 011212002G DYESTUFF-MECO FAST COLORS COLOR¦365
    MODERN CUPS ENTERPRISE CO LTD......¦VASOS MODERN CUPS ACCESORIOS:SIN ACCESORIOS U.COMERCIAL U= CARTON COMP¦2734
    MOON SIGNAL MFGS ASSOCIATION.......¦PAPELERA DE SOBREPONER VAINSA -2120MINP0000-N/A.......................¦475
    MOTORKING CO LTD...................¦TERMINALES ES-336R TIE ROD END/PARA USO EN LA DIRECCION REPUESTO PARA.¦1770
    MOTORKING CO LTD...................¦RETENES NOK RT38170RBN PARA USO AUTOMOTRIZ 27X49X10 NBR BROWN.........¦3760
    NAK SEALING TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATIO¦SELLO PARA PISTON HIDRAULICO NAK SEGUN FORMATO B CODIGO: SEGUN FORMATO¦436
    NCIP INC...........................¦PERILLA ACRILICO CHICO MATERIAL: ACRILICO USO: PARA GASFITERIA EN PARE¦1974
    OAV EQUIPMENT & TOOLS INC..........¦COLECTOR DE POLVO VORTEX SDC-2042K SDC-2042K COLECTOR DE POLVO DE 2HP.¦1255
    OEM ENGINE PARTS MANUFACTURER INC..¦EMPAQUE MISCELANEOS OEM MIS87500 USO AUTOMOTRIZ MISCELLANEOUS.........¦4098
    PAT NBK CO LTD.....................¦TENAZA TEMPLADORA DE CABLES 1656-20 CLC COME ALONG CLAMP USO: CLC.....¦1346
    POSLAB TECHNOLOGY CORP.............¦TERMINAL DE PUNTO DE VENTA POS-D DELUX POS (J1900) -GRIS+NEGRO-POS TER¦1549
    POSSMEI INTERNATIONAL CO LTD.......¦PERLAS DE TAPIOCA POSSMEI POSSMEI EN BO LSA DE POLIETILENO / POLIPROPI¦4089
    ROX INTERNATIONAL CORP.............¦BOMBA DE EMBRAGUE FV PARA PODER REALIZARLOS CAMBIOS Y EL VEHICULO AVAN¦649
    SAN YEONG METAL IND CO LTD.........¦POSTERIOR MAGNETICO ITEM N°: 704ME POSTERIOR MAGNETICO PARA ELABORACIO¦152
    SOONEST PARTS CO LTD...............¦MANIJA DE PUERTA HU HYUNDAI ABRIR PUERTADE AUTO REPUESTO MANIJA DE PUE¦2829
    SR SUNTOUR INC.....................¦HORQUILLA SR SUNTOUR SF16-RUX RC2-T 26 CONTROL DE REBOTE Y AJUSTE DE C¦1231
    ST INTERNATIONAL LTD...............¦LENTES CORRECTORES TOPSA PRODUCTOS OPTICOS NUM.DE FOCOS: MONOFOCAL (SI¦443
    STANDARD ELECTRIC WORKS CO LTD.....¦RASTREADOR LOCALIZADOR DE CABLES SEW 5500 CB 5500 CB W/US PLUG (5500CB¦341
    TAILIFT CO LTD.....................¦TALADRO RADIAL OPTIMUM OPTIDRILL RD5 COMPLETA CON SUS PARTES Y ACCESOR¦1950
    TAIWAN PU CORPORATION..............¦FAJA DE POLIURETANO REDONDO TAIWAN PU CORPORATION ITEM N BTR04; OD: 4M¦377
    TAMERICA PRODUCTS INC..............¦ENMICADORA DE 33 CM TAHSIN USO COMERCIALSM330 13´´ PLASTIC POUCH LAMIN¦329
    TECHKEN INDUSTRIES CORP............¦MAQUINA DE ELECTROEROSION MAXSEE P36 MAQUINA DE ELECTROEROSION CON POW¦4101
    TEXTILIMPEX LTD....................¦MATERIAL MEDICO ORTOPEDICO............................................¦939
    TONG FONG CUTTERS CO LTD...........¦CUCHILLAS TONG FONG TF02T 0D100*B30 TF02T 0D100*B30*6PCS/SET*Z6 WOODWO¦130
    TOPQUEST INTERNATIONAL LTD.........¦ESPEJO PARA AUTO USO AUTOMOTRIZ VM-448L ESPEJO PARA AUTO HYUNDAI......¦2329
    TW RACING PARTS INC................¦SUSPENSION DE AIRE D2 SET PARTE DE VEHICULO AIR SUSPENSION HONDA CIVIC¦45
    TWANTEX COMPANY LTD................¦TEJIDO PEARL ORGANZA TE¥IDO; ACABADO:TERMOFIJADO CONST: LIGAMENTO TA..¦3850
    U-LONG HIGH-TECH TEXTILE CO LTD....¦TELA RAINWERA IMPERMEABLE TA2250 T250 T250 TE¥IDO; ACABADO:RECUBIERTO.¦1049
    UNIPOINT ELECTRIC MFG CO LTD.......¦MODULO UNIPOINT IM-C02 U.C. = PZA PARTESELECTRICAS DE MOTOR IGNITION M¦3418
    V-TECH AUTO PARTS INDUSTRY CORPORAT¦EMPAQUE DE MOTOR MEIJI NISS FE6T PARTE: 10101-Z6625 USO:REPUESTOS Y AC¦929
    WINSAFE INTERNATIONAL CORP.........¦ANTIPARRA DE SEGURIDAD REDLINE K-2 MARCODE PLASTICO FABRICADO EN POLIC¦399
    YICHANE CO LTD.....................¦LIQUIDO DE LIMPIEZA GMO 60ML SPRAY LENS CLEANER GMO VISOR CLIP EYEWEAR¦1881
    YING HAN INDUSTRIAL CO LTD.........¦COBERTORES DE ESPEJO RETROVISOR COBERTORES DE ESPEJO RETROVISOR LATERA¦256
    YU HSIN MACHINERY CO LTD...........¦OREJA DE CARDAN TY-15007 PARA USO AUTOMOTRIZ..........................¦2038
    YUONG CHENG DIVING AND SWIMMING PRO¦ALETA DE BUCEO Y.C. FISH #304 ST. STEEL BUCKLE UNFLOATING USO:MATERIAL¦554
    KOBE, HYOGO
    EXEDY CORPORATION..................¦EMBRAGUE DAIKIN GM606111U METAL PARA VEHICULOS EN SETS OE CLUTCH SET..¦9755
    MATSUI SHIKISO CHEMICAL CO LTD.....¦MATSUMIN MAT 301M MATSUI EN 45 PLASTIC PAIL - 45 X 18 KG PARA LA INDUS¦2660
    LAT KRABANG
    TK RICEMILL AND ASH CO LTD.........¦ARROZ GRANO PILADO 50 KGS. NET IN PP BAGS NOMBRE CIENTIFICO: ORYZA SAT¦125300
    LONG BEACH
    EXTREME INDUSTRIAL LUBRICANTS INC..¦GRASA INDUSTRIAL SINTETICA H1 EXTREME LUBRICANTS SUPER FG 400 LB BRUM.¦819
    JELLY BELLY CANDY CO...............¦CARAMELOS JELLY BELLY JB 20 ASST FLAVOR EN CAJAS DE 12 PACK X 3.5 OZ B¦642
    LEPRINO FOODS CO...................¦QUESO MOZARELLA RALLADO PARA P LEPRINO FOODS PARA USO EN RESTAURANT PI¦71785
    OLYMPUS AMERICA INC................¦PA¥OS SUAVE OLYMPUS TJ00085 PA¥OS SUAVESMOD. TJ00085 OLYMPUS USO:DE. U¦20
    LOS ANGELES
    ADVANCED EQUIPMENT CORPORATION.....¦PANELES OPERABLES ADVANCED PANELES OPERABLES DE 1.213 X 6.000 MTS CON.¦2441
    ALONSO FRANCO MARTINEZ DEL SOLAR C/¦MENAJE DE CASA, EFECTOS PERSONALES....................................¦1043
    ATTUNE FOODS LLC...................¦GRANOLA ITEM # 7507041525 FRENCH VANILLAGRANOLA USO:LOTE : 0172066 F..¦1100
    COLUMBIA MACHINE INC...............¦CAJON DE ALIMENTACION COLUMBIA PARTE DE MAQUINA BLOQUERA DE CONCRETO C¦2465
    DAIRYAMERICA INC...................¦LECHE DESCREMADA EN POLVO DAIRYAMERICA -1228 BOLSAS DE 25 KG C/U LOT..¦310745
    DISPENSING DYNAMICS INTL...........¦DISPENSADOR DE PAPEL HERITAGE EUROLINE MATERIAL: PLASTICO / COD.: 3959¦6371
    ECU WORLDWIDE USA..................¦CUERDA O&E REGULAR REGULAR 6 LEASH 40/GREEN 20BLK/CLEAR 30/BLUE USO:AC¦636
    FABRIC MERCHANTS...................¦SALDO TEJIDOS ESTAMPADOS ESTAMPADO; ACABADO:TERMOFIJADO CONST: PUNTO..¦5924
    GRUNDFOS PUMPS MANUFACTURING CORPOR¦BOMBA CENTRIFUGA GRUNDFOS CRN45 EN UNIDADES CRN 45-7-2 A-G-G-E-HQQE MU¦139
    HERBALIFE INTERNATIONAL LUXEMBOURG.¦CREMA HIDRATANTE HERBALIFE MANUF. DATE :17-06-2016 VCTO : 30-06-2018 L¦547
    HINO MOTORS MANUFACTURING USA INC..¦REFRIGERANTE AZUL ; HINO ; NRO.AUTOPARTE: HLLCP-001 RPTOS PARA CAMIONE¦5734
    ICT INC............................¦BILLETERO ICT TAOV3MF2-PEN3E OPTICAL SCANNER TAO VALIDATOR 24V. CON AP¦640
    INTERBLOCK USA LC..................¦RULETA INTERBLOCK G4 ORGANIC VIDEO 7 A¥O: 2012 USED ROULETTE AND ACCES¦8192
    JEFF S TEXTILES FABRICS............¦POLY DUPION 6.85-MATERIA TEXTIL:TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE COMPOSIC.:1¦819
    JOHNSON & JOHNSON CONSUMER INC.....¦BLOQUEADOR NEUTROGENA .. ARTICULOS PARA EL CUIDADO E HIGIENE PERSONAL.¦457
    JOHNSON CRUSHERS INTERNATIONAL.....¦FORRO FIJO JCI K200 406055SX REPUESTOS PARA CHANCADORA KODIAC K200 BOW¦4221
    KFS INC DBA BIG LOGISTICS LL.......¦LENTES 3D REAL D 3D GLASSES ADULT BLACK ( LENTES 3D EXTERIOR DURO COLO¦259
    LLEDO ENGERIA SA...................¦PANEL DE POLIMETACLILATO SUNOPTICS 4070DG ACRILICO PARA CONTRUCCION PA¦662
    MONSTER ENERGY HEAD OFFICE - CONTAC¦GORRO MONSTER MATERIAL PUBLICITARIO 100%CORONA DE ALGODON - 100% POLIE¦503
    NAMASTE FOODS LLC..................¦PREPARACIONES ALIMENTICIAS............................................¦1089
    ROBERT BOSCH TOOL CORPORATION......¦KIT DE HERRAMIENTA ROTATIVA BOSCH 3000 CODIGO: F0133000PS REPUESTOS 30¦739
    SAVAGE UNIVERSAL CORPORATION.......¦CARTULINA IMPRESA CON FONDO SAVAGE ROLLOS DE 134.62CM X 5.49M. P-PA531¦2262
    SUNRIDGE NURSERIES.................¦PLANTA DE VID(ESTACA ENRAIZADA VITIS SPPPERMISO FITOSANITARIO DE IMPOR¦7354
    WHITTIER FILTRATION................¦LEAF SINGLE U 60IN 7702 REPUESTO PARA FILTRO CLARIFICADOR USO:PRFIAJ20¦1803
    MADRAS
    PARADIGM INTERNATIONAL.............¦CORTINA CON AROS HOME COLLECTION DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE TE¥ID.¦759
    MANZANILLO
    AGUA FARMA PLASTICOS S A DE CV.....¦TAPA -MILLARES-DE PLASTICO............................................¦67970
    AGUA FARMA PLASTICOS S A DE CV.....¦TAPA DE PLASTICO NO CATALOGO: B100820 - N DE LOTES SEGUN FACTURA COMER¦13350
    APTAR QUERETARO SA DE CV...........¦TAPAS DE PLASTICO APTAR FLIP TOP TAPA 38MM FLIP TOP GATORADE SELLADO D¦7433
    APTAR QUERETARO SA DE CV...........¦TAPA DE PLASTICO ORIGINAL 1881 TAPA LO1881 ROSCA NAT SPOUT VERDE LIMON¦4567
    ASOCIACION DE AZUCAREROS DE........¦AZUCAR RUBIA AZUCAR RUBIA PANTALEON USO:CONSUMO DOMESTICO ENVASADO EN.¦501900
    ASOCIACION DE AZUCAREROS DE........¦AZUCAR RUBIA DIAMANTE LOT:105 VCTO:24/02/19 LOT:106 VCTO:25/02/19 LOT:¦1003200
    AVANTOR PERFORMANCE MATERIALS SA...¦ACIDO PERCLORICO J.T. BAKER BOTELLA DE VIDRIO AMBAR PARA LABORATORIO I¦4229
    BEKAERT TEXTILES MEXICO S DE RL DE.¦TELA ANCHO: 2.15 USO: PARA FABRICACION DE COLCHONES GRAMAJE : 127G/M2.¦16330
    BELLOTA MEXICO SA DE CV............¦LIMA BELLOTA 4001-4 B 4001-4 B CODIGO: 400104.........................¦590
    BEMIS PACKAGING MEXICO SA DE C.....¦BOLSAS DE POLIPROPILENO BEMIS CODIGO:106081 USO:BOLSAS E2 SALSAS RAM C¦830
    CAMPARI MEXICO SA DE CV............¦TEQUILA ESPOLON REPOSADO -ESPOLON REPOSADO 6/750 CL 40° / 80P-2 PALETA¦2376
    COMERCIAL DE HERRAMIENTAS SAPI.....¦FOCO LED FULGORE PRACTICO FP0093 FP0093 FOCO LED 9W LUZ DE DIA BASE E2¦12550
    CORPORATIVO MOL DE MEXICO SA DE....¦CONTENEDORES VACIOS...................................................¦118500
    COSBEL SA DE CV....................¦TINTE PARA CABELLO GARNIER NUTRISSE CREMA COLORANTE CAPILAR H1066502 N¦102266
    COSBEL SA DE CV....................¦TINTE PARA CABELLO LOREAL PROFESIONAL MAJIREL IONENE G INCELL COLORACI¦12615
    CPW MEXICO S DE RL DE CV...........¦CEREALES PARA EL DESAYUNO NESTLE PRESENTADO EN BOLSAS LAMINADO BOPP/LD¦6667
    CPW MEXICO S DE RL DE CV...........¦CEREALES PARA EL DESAYUNO NESTLE PRESENTADO EN BOLSAS LAMINADO BOPP/LD¦6810
    DOVEX EXPORT CO....................¦MANZANAS FRESCAS DOVEX APPLE CONV RED DELIC HP 113 PREM DOVEX CA EN CA¦67212
    DRESEN QUIMICA SA DE CV............¦DANOX ( ANTIOXIDANTE ) DRESEN PRESENTACION: 640 SACOS DE PAPEL KRAFT D¦16384
    DURAFIBER TECHNOLOGIES DFT MEXICO O¦NAPA TRAMADA DE NYLON MERCANCIA NO ACONDICIONADA P/LA VENTA AL POR MEN¦39568
    DURAFIBER TECHNOLOGIES DFT MEXICO O¦NAPA TRAMADA VIENE EN ROLLOS. TIPO DE TEJIDO 1100/2 DIMENSIONES:CALIBR¦19317
    DYNAKROM SAPI DE CV................¦PIGMENTO NARANJA MOLIBDATO LOTE: 17050509 17050907 17051006 17051103 I¦10359
    EATON TECHNOLOGIES S DE RL DE C....¦CONJUNTO DE SECCIONES EATON FREEDOM SERIES 2100 CON BARRAS HORIZONTALE¦1200
    EATON TECHNOLOGIES S DE RL DE C....¦GAVETA TAMA¥O 1X (6 ) EATON BUCKET SIZE 6" (6X) FRAME EG 125A COLUMNA.¦1100
    ECI REGO S DE RL DE CV.............¦REG LBS A LBS ALTA PRESION REGO CLAVE: 000597FB PARTE DE VALVULA REG L¦1310
    ECI REGO S DE RL DE CV.............¦VALVULA DE SEGURIDAD DE 3 USO: A8436G ENBULTOS REGO...................¦1484
    EMPRESAS SUAREZ SA DE CV...........¦CABEZAL WARSON WCA8X8X16 1/2 PARA SANEAMIENTO DE AGUA ACCESORIOS DE BO¦4697
    EMSUR MEXICO SA DE CV..............¦TAPA BATIDITO FRESA LOTE. 171143 TAPA BATIDITO FRESA BENCOPACK PURA VI¦3448
    ESCALERAS S DE RL..................¦ESCALERA TIJERA CUPRUM C-2312-06N DE ALUMINIO USO: COMERCIAL ESC. TIJ.¦3253
    FIRMENICH DE MEXICO SA DE CVFIRMENI¦SWEETNESS ENHANCER 541506 T FIRMENICH INDUSTRIA ALIMENTARIA / SABORIZA¦1988
    GAMA PAK SA DE CV..................¦ENVASE DESCARTABLE ACCESORIOS:SIN ACCESORIOS CALIDAD: PRIMERA CALIDAD.¦7501
    GCP CONTAINER TECHNOLOGIES SA DE CV¦LACA DE PROTECCION DAREX . DAREX PL 1502-21. PARA USO INDUSTRIAL. LACA¦24163
    GCP CONTAINER TECHNOLOGIES SA DE CV¦LACA DORADA DAREX GL 1881-04 EN 80 TAMBORES RECUBRIMIENTO DE LAMINAS D¦18093
    GIVAUDAN MEXICO SA DE CV...........¦SABOR DE GALLINA GIVAUDAN LOTE: CU00186888 FECHA DE PROD: 02/05/2017 F¦5540
    HENKEL CAPITAL SA DE CV............¦ADHESIVO TERMOFUSIBLE HENKEL LOTE : MEG-127 MEG-105 MEG-84 USO INDUSTR¦19920000
    HERBALIFE INTERNATIONAL LUXEMBOURG.¦HERBAL ALOE CONCENTRADO HERBALIFE EN FRASCO DE POLIETILENO DE ALTA DEN¦16412
    INDUSTRIALIZADORA INTEGRAL DEL AGAV¦AGAVE EN POLVO ORGANICO CODIGO: T-60700001 LOTE: 4SWPD17086 SWITTER SW¦510
    INDUSTRIAS FRIGUS THERME SA DE CV..¦VAPORIZADOR DE FUEGO DIRECTO ALGAS-SDI 80/40H-07 80/40H-07 EVAPORACION¦2780
    INDUSTRIAS VERMAR SA DE CV.........¦CONTRAPESO RA 1/4 OZ INDUSTRIAS VERMAR RA CONTRAPESO PARA BALANCEO DE.¦5088
    INGENIO LA CABANA SA DE CV.........¦AZUCAR RUBIA SIN REFINAR INGENIO LA CABA¥A SACOS DE 50 KG COMERCIALIZA¦250900
    INT FLAVORS & FRAGRANCES MEXICO....¦SABOR EMO-A-31 INSUMO INDUSTRIA ALIMENTARIA BULTOS M101GMPS401 SC - SA¦730
    MABAMEX SA DE CV...................¦SILLA DE COMER FISHER PRICE BCD26 SILLA DE COMER SILLA DE PLÁSTICO PAR¦4269
    MAGNELEC SA DE CV..................¦SULFATO DE SODIO 50.00 KG PE¥OLES 1040 SACOS X 50 KG. C/U. CANTIDAD CO¦52104
    MAGNELEC SA DE CV/ CALZADA.........¦SULFATO DE SODIO EN 2080 BOLSAS DE 25KG PARA LA INDUSTRIA TEXTIL SULFA¦52208
    MAGNELEC SA DE CV/ CALZADA.........¦OXIDO DE MAGNESIO 40 BOLSAS DE 1 200.00 KG C/U USO:MAGNESIUM OXIDE RY-¦49100
    MOLIENDAS TIZAYUCA SA DE CV........¦SULFATO DE ALUMINIO Y SODIO USO INDUSTRIAL / PRODUCTO PARA USO ALIMENT¦21400
    MONDELEZ MEXICO S DE RL DE CV......¦BUBBALOO ADAMS PRESENTADO EN DISPLAY CODIGO DE BARRAS: 7622210428288 1¦17125
    MONDELEZ MEXICO S DE RL DE CV......¦CHICLETS ADAMS PRESENTADO EN DISPLAY GOMA DE MASCAR CODIGO DE BARRAS:.¦18997
    MONDELEZ MEXICO S DE RL DE CV......¦CHICLETS ADAMS PRESENTADO EN DISPLAY GOMA DE MASCAR CODIGO DE BARRAS:.¦18997
    MONDELEZ MEXICO S DE RL DE CV......¦POLVO DE HORNEAR ROYAL SOBRE 200X20 GR CODIGO DE BARRAS: 7622300051822¦8652
    MONDELEZ MEXICO S DE RL DE CV......¦CHICLETS ADAMS PRESENTADO EN DISPLAY GOMA DE MASCAR CODIGO DE BARRAS:.¦18997
    MONDELEZ MEXICO S DE RL DE CV......¦BUBBALOO SPARKIES ADAMS PRESENTADO EN DISPLAY CARAMELO MASTICABLE CODI¦19002
    MONDELEZ MEXICO S DE RL DE CV......¦CHICLETS ADAMS PRESENTADO EN DISPLAY GOMA DE MASCAR CODIGO DE BARRAS:.¦18808
    NESTLE MEXICO SA DE CV.............¦NAN 1 NESTLE PRESENTADO EN LATA DE HOJALATA DE 24 X 400 G USO: COMERCI¦13600
    NESTLE MEXICO SA DE CV.............¦NAN 2 NESTLE PRESENTADO EN LATA DE HOJALATA DE 24 X 400 G USO: COMERCI¦8225
    NESTLE MEXICO SA DE CV.............¦NESCAFE CLASICO NESTLE ENVASE PRIMARIO: BULK DE CARTON CORRUGADO+ POLI¦8000
    NICARAGUA SUGAR ESTATES LTD........¦AZUCAR RUBIA SAN ANTONIO OD. A BASE DE AZUCAR DE CA¥A CONSUMO DOMESTIC¦502100
    NUTRIGO SA DE CV...................¦CHAROLA INIX CHB-1508 MARINELA 94581 USO:EN 432 CAJAS CON 2240 UNID C/¦5512
    OMNILIFE MANUFACTURA SA DE CV......¦EGO-BEBIDA CARBONATADA EGO FRUTAS CON VITAMINAS Y AMINOACIDOS SABOR FR¦19923
    OMNILIFE MANUFACTURA SA DE CV......¦EGO-BEBIDA CARBONATADA EGO FRUTAS CON VITAMINAS Y AMINOACIDOS SABOR FR¦19921
    OMNILIFE MANUFACTURA SA DE CV......¦EGO-BEBIDA CARBONATADA EGO FRUTAS CON VITAMINAS Y AMINOACIDOS SABOR FR¦19930
    OMNILIFE MANUFACTURA SA DE CV......¦BEBIDA GASIFICADA CHIVA COLA SABOR COLA AGUAS GASIFICADA JARABEADAS OS¦17481
    OMNILIFE MANUFACTURA SA DE CV......¦EGO-BEBIDA CARBONATADA EGO FRUTAS CON VITAMINAS Y AMINOACIDOS SABOR FR¦19692
    OMNILIFE MANUFACTURA SA DE CV......¦BEBIDA GASIFICADA CHIVA COLA 10 ZERO SABOR COLA REFRESCOS LIQUIDOS LAT¦19772
    OMNILIFE MANUFACTURA SA DE CV......¦BEBIDA CON ALOE Y VITAMINA E ALOE BETA MICELIZADA REFRESCOS LIQUIDOS B¦16749
    OWENS CORNING MEXICO S DE RL DE CV.¦AISLAMIENTO DE FIBRA DE VIDRIO OWENS CORNING CODIGO 649685 RF-3075 AR.¦5701
    PERSONNA INTERNATIONAL DE MEXICO SA¦MAQUINA DE AFEITAR SCHICK 46102013MA PARA USO HUMANO RAZOR XTREME3 X 2¦4240
    PING SOLUTIONS S DE RL DE CV.......¦TAPA TOPPER PING TRANSFORMERS/ MVF 3 ACABADO:SIN IMPRESION ACCESORIO:S¦1720
    PORTOLA PACKAGING INC MEXICO SA DE.¦TAPAS PORTOLA LOTES:71369250353(420) 71379250353(385) 71289250252(35).¦6950
    PORTOLA PACKAGING INC MEXICO SA DE.¦TAPAS PORTOLA LOTES: 71369250353 (173) 71359250353 (600) DE USO EN LA.¦6820
    PROCTER & GAMBLE MANUFACTURING MEXI¦DETERGENTE ARIEL 80303098 ARIEL REG CONCENTRADO LIQ 3000MLX4IT ARIEL P¦33792
    PROCTER & GAMBLE MANUFACTURING MEXI¦SHAMPOO PANTENE PRO-V 80282904 PANTENE SH RESTAURACION 100MLX24IT PARA¦85388
    PRODUCTORA LA FLORIDA SA...........¦LICOR DE VODKA SMIRNOFF ICE -PRESENTACION EN BOTELLA DE VIDRIO DE 355M¦70784
    PRODUCTORES UNIDOS DEL RIO.........¦GARBANZO PURP GARBANZO COM BCO SIN 42/44US COMERCIALIZACION - - LOS DE¦23000
    PRODUCTORES UNIDOS DEL RIO.........¦FRIJOL ALUBIA PURP CERT.FITOSANITARIO DEORIGEN N : 2054864 USO: COMERC¦23000
    PRODUCTORES UNIDOS DEL RIO.........¦FRIJOL PURP FRIJOL COM HIG CAL 1 EXP COMERCIALIZACION - - LOS DEMáS SA¦23000
    PRODUCTORES UNIDOS DEL RIO.........¦GARBANZO PURP GARBANZO COM BCO SIN 42/44US COMERCIALIZACION - - LOS DE¦23000
    PRODUCTORES UNIDOS DEL RIO.........¦FRIJOL PURP FRIJOL COM HIG CAL 1 EXP COMERCIALIZACION - - - - CANARIO.¦46000
    PRODUCTOS QUIMICOS DE CHIHUAHUA SA.¦ATP UP N° DE LOTE: 22130 F. FAB.: 13/05/2017 - F. VCMTO.: 13/05/2019 A¦26790
    PRODUCTOS QUIMICOS MONTERREY SA....¦ACIDO PERCLORICO FERMONT 01525. PARA USOEN LABORATORIO DE CONTROL DE C¦1930
    PRODUCTOS RICH SA DE CV............¦TRES LECHES RICHS C.R.S.: C5001313E F. PROD.: 04/04/2017 - F. EXP.:30/¦21596
    Q PUMPS SA DE CV...................¦ABRAZADERA Q-PUMPS SMT-C-AB-1 SMT-C-AB-1RPTO. DE BOMBA CLAMP 1........¦984
    REVESTIMIENTOS Y SERVICIOS COMERCIA¦ROYALWOOD OUT FD SL NATURA 1A FIRENZE ROYALWOOD OUT FD SL NATURA MOLDE¦53230
    ROTOPLAS SA DE CV..................¦ESPUMANTE NEGRO ROTOPLAS ESPUMANTE NEGROBASICO TS INSUMO INDUSTRIAL ES¦40800
    ROTOPLAST SA DE CV.................¦ESPUMANTE NEGRO ROTOPLAS ESPUMANTE NEGROBASICO TS INSUMO INDUSTRIAL ES¦20400
    SC JOHNSON AND SON SA DE CV........¦PATO DISCOS ACTIVOS FRESCURA C PATO 685484 GEL LIMPIADOR PARA USO DOME¦8240
    SC JOHNSON AND SON SA DE CV........¦BOLSAS PLASTICAS ZIPLOC 681135 ZPLC EZ STOR GAL 10CT/12 MX BOLSAS PARA¦804
    SILICE DE CENTROAMERICA SA.........¦FELDESPATO 100017 BIG BAG X 1.25TM STD. TM A GRANEL INSUMO PARA ELABOR¦100000
    TECNICA MINERAL PECUARIA SA DE CV..¦TRITURADORA DE GRANOS MULTICRACKER MC7 SERIES 7-1202 USO:TOLVA DE 25 L¦250
    URREA HERRAMIENTAS PROFESIONALES...¦ADAPTADOR URREA 5458 HERRAMIENTAS SOCKETADAPTER 1" FX3/4"M............¦1018
    VITRO SAB DE CV....................¦ENVASES DE VIDRIO COSMETICO DECORADO CONL`BEL SATIN ROUGE 50 ML. CALIZ¦1192
    MEXICO CITY
    BIOFARMA NATURAL CMD SA DE CV......¦BEBIDA INSTANTANEA EN POLVO KROMASOL POLVO PARA RECONSTITUIR SABOR CAF¦11063
    BIOFARMA NATURAL CMD SA DE CV......¦SUPLEMENTO ALIMENTICIO KROMASOL SUPLEMENTOS ALIMENTICIOS MEZCLA EN POL¦5211
    NAGOYA, AICHI
    SUMITOMO NACCO FORKLIFT CO LTD.....¦MONTACARGA HYSTER H3.0XT-BT-ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER: K25-265801Y-CAPACITY¦23075
    SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION...........¦FARO DELANTERO SUZUKI 3532071L20000 REPUESTO PARA VEHICULO FOCO DEL LH¦2335
    NAGPUR
    MANMOHAN MINERALS & CHEMICALS PVT..¦OXIDO DE MANGANESO MANMOHAN MINERALS & CHEMI MANGANESE OXIDE 60-62% FE¦25810
    NANCHANG
    NANCHANG AUTOCARE CO LTD...........¦AMORTIGUADOR POSTERIOR CEDAR LF5230 ACCESORIO DE AUTO PART NUMBER: 417¦6179
    NANSHA
    DATA KEY TRADING CO LTD............¦CONGELADORA OSTER OS-PCF7001WE CONGELADORA USO COMERCIAL BULTOS OSTER.¦16010
    NHAVA SHEVA (JAWAHAR
    APOLLO INTERNATIONAL FZC...........¦400-8 ORNET RA501 NEUMATICOS PARA MOTOCICLETAS SET DE LLANTAS Y CAMARA¦16800
    APOLLO INTERNATIONAL FZC...........¦LLANTA NEURUN GEMINI F COD.: 1110-078 PARA MOTOCICLETAS LLANTA 2.75 X.¦10150
    GRP LTD............................¦CAUCHO REGENERADO GRP NRS40A WHOLE TYRE RECLAIM (SUPER FINE) GRP NRS40¦20100
    KANDUI INDUSTRIES PVT LTD..........¦MASTERBATCH ANTIFIBRILANTE KANDUI ANTIFIBRILANTE PARA FABRICACION DE C¦77400
    NYTEX PTE LTD......................¦HILADO DE ALGODON NE 24/1 PEINADO -TIPO FIBRA: CORTA TIPO HILADO: SENC¦21825
    OPAL PAINTS PRODUCTS PVT LTD.......¦ENVIRO ANTISTRIP SB OPAL PAINTS SB 77 LOTE N° 78001 FAB 04/2017 EXP 03¦15840
    RECAUTO INDIA PVT LTD..............¦CABLE DE EMBRAGUE MARUTI CABLE DE EMBRAGUE USO AUTOMOTRIZ 23710-76G21.¦5741
    SHIKHAR LOGISTICS PVT LTD..........¦TELA LANILLA GOLD TELA LANILLA GOLD...................................¦27316
    SHIKHAR LOGISTICS PVT LTD..........¦TELA CASIMIR FANTASIA GOLD ANCHO: 1.6 USO: CONFECCIONES EN INDUSTRIA T¦19140
    UNIPHOS INTERNATIONAL LTD..........¦LECITINA DE SOYA UNIPHOS 240 STEEL DRUM OF 220 KGS C/U (80 DRUMS PER C¦57360
    NINGBO
    BUTTRESS INTERNATIONAL TRADING CO..¦POLO (T-SHIRT/REMERA) DIADORA TS TRAIN.S18 DE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO TE¥IDO;¦397
    BUTTRESS INTERNATIONAL TRADING CO..¦POLO (T-SHIRT/REMERA) UNIVERSITY CLUB POUA2832NO DE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO T¦573
    BYP GLOBAL MARKETING ENGINEERING BR¦HIELERA DE PLáSTICO ACCESORIOS:PINZAS CALIDAD: PRIMERA CALIDAD (CON RE¦2627
    CHINA LATIN AMERICA CORPORATION....¦LAMINADORA BIG TOWER A4 BRAND 240 MM ART. NO. 49.211.1................¦3775
    DIDESIN HONG KONG CO LTD...........¦PLACA LATERAL 315 391-2185-063 USO:REPUESTO PARA BOMBA HIDRAULICA 315.¦1050
    FASTWIN AUTO PARTS CO LTD..........¦METAL DE BIELA 0.25 U=SET REPUESTOS PARAVEHICULOS USO:FW001A S-M......¦202
    GUANGDONG OVERSEAS CHINESE (OCIE) E¦CARRITO DE ARRASTRE NI¥OS OCIE 7180118BCDIMENSIONES:96.00CMX90.00CMX39¦5018
    HANGZHOU XIAOSHAN IMPORT AND EXPORT¦TOALLITAS DESMAQUILLANTES EMULINE TOALLITAS DESMAQUILLANTES 25 PCS PAR¦6092
    HONG KONG HEYUE GLASSES TRADING CO.¦MONTURAS BEREN SAAT BS00209-01-BS00209-26 NUM.DE FOCOS: MATERIAL: ACET¦13690
    HONGKONG SHOW-IN INTERNATIONAL.....¦POLERON BASEMENT PLR BASIC DE: TEJIDO DEPUNTO TE¥IDO; ACABADO: LAVADO.¦1284
    HUALIAN MACHINERY GROUP WENZHOU IMP¦SELLADORA DE IMPULSO MANUAL HUALIAN FS-1000H-HAND IMPULSE SEALER-DE ME¦2575
    HUNAN TIMETEX IMP AND EXP CO LTD...¦POLERON FRATTA SSH HOODPRO DE: TEJIDO DEPUNTO TE¥IDO; ACABADO: LAVADO.¦497
    JACK IMP & EXP CO LTD..............¦MINI LAMPARA FUNCION: PARA ILUMINACION USO:NUEVO PLASTIC SMALL NIGHT L¦14770
    JEMFG LIMITED......................¦PERNO REPUESTO USO:NUEVO N° DE PARTE: 0L1169..........................¦19788
    JIAHAODA TRADING LTD...............¦TOY. LIGHT FLOW DIMENSIONES:15.00CMX2.00CMX1.00CM FUNCIONES:SIN ACTIVI¦720
    JIAXING HUAKUN IMPORT AND EXPORT CO¦MALETA PORTA HARLOW ACABADO:ESTAMPADO USO:ACCESORIOS:SIN ACCESORIOS AP¦7450
    JINKO SOLAR CO LTD.................¦PLANTA SOLAR FOTOVOLTAICA SOLAIREDIRECT EXP.: 118-URD106-2017-018469-0¦645314
    LIANYUNGANG YILIAN INTERNATIONAL TR¦COCHE DE MERCADO C/BOLSO CODIGO:JLD1001 COCHE DE MERCADO C/BOLSO......¦25050
    LOGICITY CO LTD....................¦CINTAS REFLECTIVAS GLADIADOR ACABADO:LISO; COLOR:CON COLOR PLASTIF:100¦2657
    LONGDET INDUSTRY CO LTD............¦GUANTES AR15003 DE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO TE¥IDO; ACABADO: NORMAL GRAMAJE:2.¦13955
    NINGBO CHANGER ELECTRON CO LTD.....¦ESTUFAS DE ACEITE SOLE C09-7/SOLE1500 N/A N/A N/A N/A.................¦17377
    NINGBO CHARM-TECH IMPORT AND EXPORT¦SOPORTE CON EXTENSION PARA 52 PULGA JAPAN GP65 USO PRINCIPAL SOPORTE U¦16356
    NINGBO CHUYANG HOUSEWARE CO LTD....¦CEPILLO LAVAPLATOS ITEM N°: 8455 CEPILLOLAVAPLATOS (4 COLORES) PARA US¦228
    NINGBO ESQUEL APPAREL CO LTD.......¦CAMISA LA MARTINA CLCCW INTERCOM DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE TE¥IDO¦2347
    NINGBO FREELUX LIGHTING APPLIANCE C¦LUMINARIA LED PANEL CEMLIGHTING FRX-YB120 EMPOTRABLE CIRCULAR 6W LUZ C¦2303
    NINGBO GECEN PROMOTION&GIFCO LTD...¦SET DE MANICURE ITEM NO. MH243 PARA USO PUBLICITARIO MANICURE SET SET.¦767
    NINGBO GENERAL UNION CO LTD........¦CORONITA DE METAL AM-900-901 PARA EL CABELLO ACCESORIO P/CABELLO CORON¦4600
    NINGBO GEST TEXTILE CO LTD.........¦CARDIGAN YAMP CGE143G DE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO TE¥IDO; ACABADO: LAVADO CONS¦50
    NINGBO GREAT EASTERN IMP & EXP CO..¦CAPUCHON BUJIA BS STD REPUESTOS PARA MOTOCICLETAS CODIGO ITEM: CB04-ST¦25521
    NINGBO HAISHU DISTRICT ZHENGYU.....¦POLO (T-SHIRT/REMERA) NEWPORT PON-010PK DE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO TE¥IDO; AC¦90
    NINGBO HAISHU DISTRICT ZHENGYU.....¦LEGGINS YAMP BSC2244G DE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO TE¥IDO; ACABADO: LAVADO CONS¦2834
    NINGBO HONGZHUO IMPORT Y EXPORT CO.¦FILTRO DE ACEITE CODIGO: 26300-42040 PARA VEHICULOS FILTRO DE ACEITE..¦1656
    NINGBO HUASHENG AIR COMPRESSORS CO.¦COMPRESOR DE AIRE DENTAL AIR JWS15 JWS15USO: DENTAL COMPRESORA 580W 15¦6174
    NINGBO JIAHUA PLASTIC CO LTD.......¦LOTION PUMP HEAD NINGBO JH-03C 28/400 780CRT X 1000PZA ACCESORIO (FRAS¦11310
    NINGBO JINMAO IMPORT & EXPORT CO...¦POLERON SYBILLA PLS200NI DE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO TE¥IDO; ACABADO: LAVADO C¦1578
    NINGBO KINGBIRD INDUSTRY AND TRADIN¦MANTA KREA DE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO TE¥IDO GRAMAJE:180 G/M2 CONSTRUCCION:M.¦6400
    NINGBO LG INDUSTRY CO LTD..........¦ELASTICO ELASTICOL TE¥IDO TERMOFIJADO TRAMA Y URDIMBRE LIGAMENTO COMPU¦2868
    NINGBO WEILI RAZOR MANUFACTURE CO..¦MAQUINAS DE AFEITAR BLUE RAY 72 SETS PORCAJA SET X 24 UNID USO:ITEM: V¦9007
    NKM HOLDINGS LTD...................¦POLO (T-SHIRT/REMERA) DENIMLAB SPOA004NKDE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO ESTAMPADO;¦1047
    PHOELLA INDUSTRY CO TLD............¦PISO PARA AUTO SAFARI KA6001G-SL 3PZS 2PCSX67X45.5CM+1PCSX42X135CM USO¦17144
    ROMERO CALDERON FELICIANA..........¦CAPACITOR KORESTAR CODIGO. CBB60 12UF 450V PARTES PARA MOTORES ELECTRI¦2144
    SHANGHAI DONGHAO NEW TRADE CO LT...¦NUBUCK PU LABEL ACABADO:LAQUEADO; COLOR:CON COLOR PLASTIF: % CALIDAD:P¦8181
    SHANGHAI JINGTONG INTERNATIONAL TRA¦ESTUCHE PARA GAFAS TODOMODA ACABADO: ESTAMPADO ACCESORIOS:0 SIN ACCESO¦122
    SHAOXING BOLIDA IMPORT AND EXPORT C¦100% POLIESTER KNITTING DYED F 3.77 GRADO DE ELABORAC.:TENIDO ACABADO:¦8370
    SHAOXING DONGDA TEXTILE MILL.......¦TELA POLAR FLEECE 2.86 GRADO DE ELABORAC.:TENIDO ACABADO:PERCHADO USO:¦13055
    SHAOXING DONGDA TEXTILE MILL.......¦TELA POLAR FLEECE 2.43 GRADO DE ELABORAC.:TENIDO ACABADO:PERCHADO USO:¦14425
    SHAOXING EL MEJOR TRADE CO LTD.....¦GAZA LISO TE¥IDO; ACABADO:SANFORIZADO CONST: LIGAMENTO COMPUESTO; GRAM¦9800
    SHAOXING JIUZHONG TEXTILE CO LTD...¦TELA ESTAMPADO; ACABADO:SANFORIZADO CONST: PUNTO POR TRAMA; GRAMAJE:24¦10400
    SHAOXING LONGDU IMP AND EXP CO LT..¦TELA JACQUARD N201747A 3.17 GRADO DE ELABORAC.:TENIDO ACABADO:TERMOFIJ¦17800
    SHAOXING NEW VOICE IMPORT AND EXPOR¦POLY MESH P/D TEJIDO DE TUL TE¥IDO TERMOFIJADO DIMENSIONES:39GR/M2 X 1¦5245
    SHAOXING WANGZHE TEXTILE CO LTD....¦MANTA DOBLE CARA T_T:TERCIOPELO COMP:POLI STER100% CONSTRUC.: SIN DECO¦16844
    SHAOXING WANGZHE TEXTILE CO LTD....¦BLANKET...............................................................¦20608
    SHENZHEN JINFENG IMP & EXP CO L....¦JOYERO STYLE NO. M6753 JOYERO ALUMINIUM BOX AS COSMETIC CASE 12 CAJAS.¦6490
    SHENZHEN ZEUS TECHNOLOGY CO LTD....¦MAQUINAS LAVADO DE INYECTORES MST-30 USOAUTOMORTIZ PARA 4 INYECTORES..¦497
    SHS ACTIVE LTD.....................¦BICICLETA RAVE 110112032 12 SKU: 535187 PARA NI¥OS CANTIDAD: 600U. BIC¦20010
    SOL IMP & EXP CO LTD...............¦SOSTEN 8551 GRADO ELABORAC.:TENIDO ACABADOS:LAVADO TIPO TELA:TEJIDO DE¦6085
    STARMARK...........................¦MOCHILA FUMIGADORA HOUSE & GARDEN MM-01 CAPACIDAD: 20 LITROS ARTICULO:¦2960
    SUNNY LOAN TOP CO LTD..............¦LINTERNA RAYOVAC BRSLED2AAR-B USO COMERCIAL COD.: BRSLED2AAR-B LINTERN¦317
    SUNWAY LOGISTICS GROUP.............¦COMPRESORA DE AIRE GALEAZZI BM-24L BL COMPRESORA DE AIRE 2.5HP / 24LT.¦28915
    SUZHOU YUNCHENG EX IM CO LTD.......¦BASE LIQUIDA REVE`L BA-01 AL BA-10 SET DE 24PCS BASE LIQUIDA..........¦5983
    TAIZHOU ZHUOXIN PLASTICS CO LTD....¦TEE DE 1/2 CON ISOTIPO R TEE RECTA MA TERIAL: POLIPROPILENO USO:USO:¦6691
    TIANTAI BIOLIFE PLASTIC CO LTD.....¦RECIPIENTE PARA RESIDUOS PUNZOCORTANTES DE PLASTICO DE 2GL RECIPIENTE.¦567
    WENZHOU BLUESKY ENERGY TECHNOLOGY C¦DISPENSADOR ELECTRONICO BLUESKY RT-HG362PARA DESPACHO DE COMBUSTIBLE L¦1800
    WENZHOU COF FOREIGN TRADE CO.......¦CALZADO CASUAL CONIGLIO CO PEZ PLANTA:CAUCHO FORRO:TEJIDOS DE ALGODON.¦441
    YIWU ABASHA TRADING CO LTD.........¦FLORERO 12X25CM USO:100% VIDRIO FLORERO 30 PCS X CTN CODIGOS: B832/34/¦13138
    YIWU ABASHA TRADING CO LTD.........¦COCHE D/ MERCADO 58X35X20CM 97X36X32.5CMUSO:85%POLIéSTER 5%PLáSTICO 10¦1056
          26 MAYO 2017 (B)   



  • - IMPORTACION MARITIMA, PUERTO DEL CALLAO

    IMPORTACIONES CALLAO: EXPORTADORES
    FECHA: 26 MAYO 2017(CALLAO)
    BUQUE: CHAVAL


    ORIGEN..¦EXPORTADOR..........¦PRODUCTO..............................................................¦KILOS
    AGUAS INTERNACIONALE
    MN CHAVAL..........................¦LANCHA RIVA ISEO A¥O: 2012EMBARCACION DERECREO NOMBRE: CHAVAL N° HULL.¦2860

    IMPORTACIONES CALLAO: EXPORTADORES
    FECHA: 26 MAYO 2017(CALLAO)
    BUQUE: JORGEN REEFER


    ORIGEN..¦EXPORTADOR..........¦PRODUCTO..............................................................¦KILOS
    BILBAO
    INDUSTRIAS ELECTROMECANICAS GH SA..¦VIGAS GH PORTICO BIRRAIL CAPACIDAD 4 X 1000 KG LUZ 18.4 M APLICACION P¦51800
    OHL INDUSTRIAL MINING & CEMENT SA..¦SUMINISTRO ELECTRICO 1 SALA DE CONTROL 1SALA 3BT 1 SALA 3MT 18 SOPORTA¦88214
    UDDEVALLA
    ATLAS COPCO ROCK DRILLS AB URE.....¦CAMION MINERO ATLAS COPCO MT2010 VE:20172017/2017 NC:6 CC:8900 CH/VIN:¦21800
    VLISSINGEN
    SDW SHIPPING.......................¦SEMIRREMOLQUE VAN ECK ECKSTREME TWIN..................................¦25680

    IMPORTACIONES CALLAO: EXPORTADORES
    FECHA: 26 MAYO 2017(CALLAO)
    BUQUE: KMARIN AQUA


    ORIGEN..¦EXPORTADOR..........¦PRODUCTO..............................................................¦KILOS
    BALBOA
    MAERSK LINE........................¦CONTENEDORES VACIOS...................................................¦499100
    BRISBANE
    ALLIGHTSYKES.......................¦TORRE DE ILUMINACION ALLIGHT MS001-ETO-00005 TORRE DE ILUMINACION ALLI¦3000
    CHIWAN
    KWALITY EXPORTS HK LTD.............¦JGTE MU¥ECA 391-R DIMENSIONES:35.00CMX10.00CMX10.00CM CM. USO:ACCESORI¦5955
    KWALITY EXPORTS HK LTD.............¦JGTE PISO EVAA PUZZLE DIDACTIC PILCOMUNDO 0620 DIMENSIONES:60.00CMX60.¦4281
    KWALITY EXPORTS HK LTD.............¦JGTE CAMION TRUCK XINHANG TOYS 677-3A DIMENSIONES:35.00CMX33.00CM CM..¦5737
    CHONGQING
    AMERICA TICA INTERNATIONAL LTD.....¦L3 WX WX200-A A¥O FAB:2017 A¥O MOD:2017 CA:MOTOCICLETA PM:14.3@8600 AS¦13884
    DA NANG
    THUA THIEN HUE WOOD PROCESSINGJOINT¦I-MESA ACACIA JUST HOME COLLECTION GARD 9000088 100% ACACIA WOOD USO E¦2456
    FOSHAN
    KELID INDUSTRIAL HK LTD............¦BALDOSAS ESMALTADAS MOLDEO:BALDOSAS PRENSADAS COCCION:BALDOSAS DE MONO¦984837
    NAN FANG METALS PROCESSING CO LI...¦PERFIL DE ALUMINIO ALUMINUM PROFILE MILLFINISH PERFIL DE ALUMINIO.....¦27780
    GUANGZHOU
    AGILITY LOGISTICS SHANGHAI LTD.....¦PANTALON FEDERATION DF797BT2 DE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO TE¥IDO; ACABADO: LAVA¦7811
    TRADE AIR SYSTEM LTD...............¦CAMPANA KHOR STANDARD 602B SS 60CM BUILT-IN COOKER HOOK 60% COLD ROLL.¦3534
    ZHONGSHAN HELEN IMP AND EXP CO LT..¦LAMPARA COLGANTE HELEN LIGHTING B368/2 MEDIDAS: 41X33X19.5 MATERIAL: M¦10260
    HO CHI MINH CITY
    MAERSK VIETNAM LTD.................¦MOCHILA PUMA PUMA PIONEER GYM SACK ACABADO: TE¥IDO ACCESORIOS:0 SIN AC¦4479
    MAERSK VIETNAM LTD.................¦ZAPATILLA PUMA PUMA FLEXRACER ART. 360580 01 PLANTA: CAUCHO FORRO: TEJ¦6377
    MAERSK VIETNAM LTD.................¦ZAPATILLA PUMA PUMA ONE 17.4 IT PLANTA:CAUCHO FORRO:TEJIDOS DE ALGODON¦5356
    MAERSK VIETNAM LTD.................¦ZAPATILLA PUMA TRUORA TT JR ART. 104623 02 PLANTA: CAUCHO FORRO: TEJID¦5084
    SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS HCMC CE COMPLEX¦REFRIGERADORA SAMSUNG RT25FARADSP/PE COMERCIAL CAJA RT25FARADSP/PE - C¦4488
    SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS HCMC CE COMPLEX¦REFRIGERADORA SAMSUNG RT22FARADSP/PE COMERCIAL CAJA RT22FARADSP/PE - C¦40546
    SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS HCMC CE COMPLEX¦REFRIGERADORA SAMSUNG RT22FARADSP/PE COMERCIAL CAJA RT22FARADSP/PE - C¦72115
    HONG KONG
    AMERICAN INTERMODAL CONTAINER LINE.¦SILLA GRACO -SILLA PARA AUTO/ MULTIFUNCIONAL TAMBIEN COMO COCHE.-ITEM:¦17079
    DIAMOND GROUP INTERNATIONAL LTD....¦ZAPATILLA PUMA ROMA BASIC PERF PS ART. 363936 03 PLANTA: CAUCHO FORRO:¦2020
    HUAWEI DEVICE (HONG KONG) CO LI....¦RADIOMODEM HUAWEI B310S-518 RADIOMODEM 51069950 HOME WIRELESS ACCESS T¦3842
    MOOSE ENTERPRISE INT PTY LTD.......¦JUGUETE TWOZIES S1 PACK AMIGOS X 6 TWOZIES MODE NOMBRE DEL PRODUCTO: J¦2373
    HUANGPU
    AGILITY LOGISTICS SHANGHAI LTD.....¦BOLSO DE MANO (CARTERA) BASEMENT TTCAB07V18GO ACABADO: TE¥IDO ACCESORI¦6963
    GOLMATE ENTERPRISE LTD.............¦TERMO SIFON AC INOX 1.9LTS HC JUST HOME COLLECTION AIRPOT 1.9L GLASS L¦2963
    GUANGDONG TEXTILES IMP & EXP CO....¦CHOMPA O SUETER MALABAR MBR-BH-4-CH-MBASICO-OI17 DE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO T¦6978
    JAKARTA, JAVA
    PT INDONESIA EPSON INDUSTRYEJIP IND¦IMPRESORA EPSON B322B VEL. IMP.:30 PPM VEL. IMP.:17 PPM USO:RES.:5760.¦4410
    PT NAKU FREIGHT INDONESIA..........¦ZAPATILLA ADIDAS ESSENTIAL STAR 3 M NOBINK/SCAR PLANTA:ETILENO ACETATO¦4811
    PTNAKU FREIGHT INDONESIA...........¦ZAPATILLA ADIDAS X 17.4 TF FTWWHT/ENEBLU/CLEGRE PLANTA:ETILENO ACETATO¦2858
    JIANGMEN
    AEMAXX CO LTD......................¦CEPILLO DE BA¥O BOREAL COMPOSICION: 85 %STAINLESS STEEL 15 % PLASTIC L¦22222
    JIUJIANG
    SMARTBALL INC......................¦PELOTAS DE FUTBOL ADIDAS NEMEZIZ LEGINK/ENEBLU/SYELLO SIZE: 5 COMPOSIC¦5087
    KAOHSIUNG
    BASF SOUTH EAST ASIA PTE LTD.......¦ELASTOLLAN BONDURA BASF ELASTOLLAN BONDURA AS-626/AS-626-1 USO:USO IND¦15415
    COMO FURNITURE ENTERPRISESCO LTD...¦JUEGO DE COMEDOR RIPLEY HOME CONSTA DE UNA MESA + 4 SILLAS USO:USO: PA¦17554
    PRINCO CORPORATION.................¦DISCO OPTICO PRINCO CD-R EMPAQUE:CILINDRO; DISCOS X EMPAQUE:100; NUMER¦25046
    LAEM CHABANG
    THAI SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO LTD....¦REFRIGERADORA SAMSUNG RL4363SBABS/PE COMERCIAL CAJA RL4363SBABS/PE - C¦52845
    THAI SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO LTD....¦LAVADORA SAMSUNG WA12F5L2UWW1PE COLOR: BLANCO WASHING MACHINE CAP. NET¦59634
    THAI SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO LTD....¦LAVADORA SAMSUNG WA13F5L2UDW1PE COLOR: BLANCO WASHING MACHINE CAP. NET¦5184
    LYTTELTON
    PGG WRIGHTSON SEEDS LTD............¦ARVEJA SEMILLA EN KILOGRAMOS 800 BOLSAS DE 25 KG C/U PARA SIEMBRA ARVE¦40240
    MANILA
    EPSON PRECISION PHILIPPINES INC....¦IMPRESORA MULTIFUNCIONAL EPSON C462S L395 EAI (LATIN) AR 220V AIO PRIN¦10301
    MELBOURNE
    ORICA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD............¦EMULSIFICANTE E121 ORICA EMPAQUES X 900 KG C/U USO INDUSTRIAL EMULSIFI¦69336
    NANTONG
    BODYMAX INT'L CO LTD...............¦MAQUINA DE EJERCICIO MUVO STRENGHT 40 INCLUYE LO DESCRITO EN FACTURA C¦15152
    QINGDAO SUPERIOR INDUSTRIALCO LTD..¦CABLE NOT GALVANIZED STEEL WIRE ROPE USO:6X19 IWRC 190KG/MM2 CABLE NO.¦55152
    NELSON
    FONTERRA LIMITED...................¦LECHE ENTERA EN POLVO FONTERRA BOLSAS DE25KG C/U PARA LA INDUSTRIA LAC¦258570
    FONTERRA LIMITED...................¦LECHE ENTERA EN POLVO FONTERRA -2048 BOLSAS - 25 KG NETO C/U-CERTIFICA¦51917
    NHAVA SHEVA (JAWAHAR
    JSW STEEL COATED PRODUCTS LTD......¦CALAMINAS CORRUGADAS GALVANIZA METAL USOINDUSTRIAL 0.140MM X 800MM X 1¦1192120
    NINGBO
    NINGBO BOTHWINS IMP & EXP CO LTD...¦ESPEJO ENMARCADO 60% MARCO DE POLIESTIRENO,40% ESPEJO DE VIDRIO PARA C¦37974
    YUYAO YANGLING ELECTRONIC APPLIANCE¦ENCENDEDOR A PILA BATTERY LIGHTER BLACK NOZZLE / COD. EN02-Z006 USO:JZ¦15518
    ZHEJIANG SUPERCLEAN INDUSTRY CO L..¦BALDE ESCURRIDOR SUPERCLEAN CJ-HF46B 80%PP Y 20% ACERO INOXIDABLE ARTI¦15070
    PORT CHALMERS (DUNED
    FONTERRA LIMITED...................¦SUERO DE MANTEQUILLA FONTERRA LOTE: 22819185 PROD: 24/10/2016 VCTO.:23¦25122
    QINGDAO
    SHARDA INTERNATIONAL DMCCUNIT......¦FAJA TRANSPORTADORA EP 400/3 5+2MM ESPESOR TOTAL 10.5MM ANCHO 24 USO:F¦113710
    SAN VICENTE
    NESTLE CHILE SA....................¦LECHE CONDENSADA AZUCARADA NESTLE PRESENTADO EN LATAS DE 48 X 397 G US¦112992
    NESTLE CHILE SA....................¦LECHE CONDENSADA AZUCARADA NESTLE PRESENTADO EN LATAS DE 48 X 397 G US¦67795
    NESTLE CHILE SA....................¦LECHE CONDENSADA AZUCARADA NESTLE PRESENTADO EN LATAS DE 48 X 397 G US¦67795
    PAPELES BIO BIO SAPEDRO AGUIRRE CER¦PAPEL DIARIO BIO BIO -DE 45 0 GR/M2 EN BOBINAS-EN BOBINAS DE 30 5 CMS.¦224908
    PAPELES BIO BIO SAPEDRO AGUIRRE CER¦PAPEL SEMI KRAFT PAPELES BIO BIO BOBINASDE 70.0 CMS 72 BOBINAS PAPEL S¦123306
    SOC DE PROCESAMIENTOS INDUSTRIALESC¦CHATARRA FERROSA COD.: 200044 / CHATARRADE ACERO USO: PARA RECUPERACIO¦298040
    SODIMAC SA.........................¦MADERA PINO RADIATA MADERAS SODIMAC CEPILLADO SECO EN CAMARA AL 18% DE¦226372
    SHANGHAI
    ANHUI SHUCHENG SANLE BABY CARRIAGE.¦COCHE PARA BEBE BABY KITS 5008 DISE¥O : LIBERTY COCHE PARA BEBE BABY S¦21419
    HI-TECH CHEMISTRY CORP.............¦CYANAMIDE 50WT(CY-50) FITOBROT SL535 LOT:20170402 PRO:02/04/17 EXP:02/¦53760
    JIANGSU BAOLING CHEMICAL CO LTD....¦OCAREN -OCAREN X 1 L / AUTORIZACION N°: 21061-AG-SENASA-DIAIA-SIA / FE¦7650
    JIANGSU SOHO INT L GROUP WUXICO L..¦PERCHA PKJ41841 100% ZINC ALLOY PARA CASA SETX6 PERCHAS BLANCAS 197961¦2446
    KELID INDUSTRIAL HK LTD............¦BALDOSAS SIN ESMALTAR MOLDEO:BALDOSAS PRENSADAS COCCION:BALDOSAS DE MO¦1491325
    KUEHNE NAGEL LTD...................¦PANTALON ADIDAS CAMO SWEATPANT5 MULTCO DE: TEJIDO DE PUNTO TE¥IDO; ACA¦4255
    LIFESTYLE HOLDINGS SOUTH AMERICA LI¦JUEGO DE SALA MIA 3-2 GRIS KAZ HOME 723568 CONSTITUCION EXTERNA: TELA.¦6662
    LIFESTYLE HOLDINGS SOUTH AMERICA LI¦JUEGO DE SALA MIA3-2 GRIS KAZ HOME 723568 CONSTITUCION EXTERNA: TELA C¦6636
    LIFESTYLE HOLDINGS SOUTH AMERICA LI¦SOFA SECCIONAL KAZ HOME 524350 CONSTITUCION INTERNA : RESORTES ENROLLA¦5312
    LIFESTYLE HOLDINGS SOUTH AMERICA LI¦SILLON RECLINABLE KAZ 251984 CONSTITUCION INTERNA: RESORTES ENROLLAMIE¦3600
    LIFESTYLE HOLDINGS SOUTH AMERICA LI¦SOFA SECCIONAL KAZ HOME 836463 CONSTITUCION INTERNA : RESORTES ENROLLA¦4687
    NANJIN HASLE MACHINE TOOL CO LT....¦PRENSA EXCENTRICA NEUMATICA HARSLE JH21-125 PRENSA EXCENTRICA NEUMATIC¦33400
    SHANGHAI BIOAGRILANDCROP CARE CO...¦NICOSTRAZINA-AG OD LOTE N° BCC20170222 F.FAB. 02/2017 F. VCTO. 02/2019¦8771
    SHANGHAI HUGONG ELECTRIC GROUP CO L¦MAQUINA SOLDADORA 974 CNTS............................................¦20550
    SHARDA CROPCHEM LTD................¦SUPER HERBOX N° DE LOTE: 20170315 F. FAB.: 15/03/2017 - F. VCMTO.: 15/¦38544
    WENDT-CHEMIE VERTRIEBSGESMBH & CO..¦CARTAP 98 % TC LOTE: SR20170330; FECHA DE FABRICACION: 30/03/2017; FEC¦16128
    ZHEJIANG HENGDIAN TOSPO IMP AND EXP¦REFLECTOR LED CON SENSOR POWER FORCE MATERIAL: PLASTICO 70% ALUMINIO 2¦8969
    SHANTOU
    RASTAR HK INDUSTRIAL CO LTD........¦JUGUETES 235 CTNS PO..................................................¦2010
    SHEKOU
    ALL DISTRIBUTION CORP..............¦SOUND BAR HYUNDAI HYSB389 BARRA DE SONIDO PASIVA CON SUBWOOFER ACTIVO.¦3861
    GUANGZHOU LIGHT HOLDINGS HOME RAYLI¦BOLSO MARQUIS MADET MAT.EXTERIOR: POLIURETANO MEDIDAS: 27.99 X 15.01 X¦2500
    HOMY CASA LIMITED..................¦SOFA SECCIONAL MICA DAPHNE BRN MATERIAL DE LA ESTRUCTURA:98% MADERA AG¦10185
    IPL LATIN AMERICA..................¦JUGUETE MI VILLANO FAVORITO MINION COHETE-CODIGO:13103-074 COMPOSICION¦8373
    SCHICK ASIA LTD....................¦MAQUINA DE AFEITAR SCHICK W300447600 QUATTRO4 TITANIUM NORMAL 1 CNT X.¦3970
    SHENZHEN KTC TECHNOLOGY CO LTD.....¦TELEVISOR LED DAEWOO L32S635BKS RANGO DECONTRASTE DINAMICO 5000000:1 S¦6513
    TAURANGA
    FONTERRA LIMITED...................¦GRASA DE LECHE ANHIDRA FONTERRA -72 TAMBORES DE 210 KG C/U CERTIFICADO¦181440
    TIANJINXINGANG
    BEIJING TIANHAI INDUSTRY CO LTD....¦CILINDROS BTIC 325-55 LTS 200 BAR PARA USO VEHICULAR CILINDROS GNV....¦20608
    BRETANO CORPADDRESS: CALLE AQUILINO¦BICARBONATO DE SODIO EN 6 480 BOLSAS DE 25 KGS. C/U USO INDUSTRIAL SOD¦162648
    ZHEJIANG RISE-START IMPORT& EXPORT.¦L-THREONINE INSUMO PARA ALIMENTOS DE ANIMALES L-THREONIME ITEM 1220...¦147941
    TIMARU
    FONTERRA LIMITED...................¦LECHE ENTERA EN POLVO FONTERRA -1008 BOLSAS - 25 KG NETO C/U-CERTIFICA¦25553
    FONTERRA LIMITED...................¦LECHE ENTERA EN POLVO FONTERRA -56 BOLSAS - 25 KG NETO C/U-CERTIFICADO¦25553
    VALPARAISO
    AMPACET CHILE LIMITADA.............¦MATERIA COLORANTE BLANCO AMPACET EN BOLSAS DE 25 KG. USO: INDUSTRIAL A¦25290
    BODEGAJES TEMPORALES LIMITADA......¦CONSTRUCCION PREFABRICADA RODER H-LINE ALMACENAR Y CUBRIR MERCANCIAS D¦13214
    BODEGAS ESMERALDA SA...............¦VINO TINTO ALAMOS -CASES OF FINE WINE ALAMOS CABERNET SAUVIGNON 16 12X¦24647
    CODELPA CHILE SA...................¦PINTURA EN POLVO CORRO-COAT MX JOTUN PINTURA EN POLVO CORRO-COAT MX SE¦18569
    FLSMIDTH SA........................¦REVESTIMIENTO DE TAPA FLSMIDTH KREBS G10-32-BPC COVER PLATE LINER GMAX¦3494
    HORTIFRUT CHILE SA.................¦PLANTAS DE ARANDANOS VARIEDAD: ROCIO / VACCINIUM CORYMBOSUM PARA PROPA¦29520
    MARZULLO SOCIEDAD ANONIMA..........¦MASTERBATCH CELESTE PP 5140 TOP COLOR MEZCLA DE PIGMENTOS ORGANICOS IN¦23542
    MOLINOS DEL RIO DE LA PLATA SA.....¦VINO FINO TINTO DON NICANOR -PRESENTACION EN BOTELLA DE VIDRIO DE 750.¦17292
    RIVULIS PLASTRO RIEGO LTDA.........¦MANGUERAS DE PLASTICO RIVULIS 101008320 PARA SISTEMA DE RIEGO POR GOTE¦13860
    WINPACK SA.........................¦FILM DE POLIETILENO USO: INSUMO INDUSTRIAL 220 X 23 FILM LAMINADO CON.¦35941
    VUNG TAU
    BROTHER INDUSTRIES SAIGON LTD......¦MAQUINA BORDADORA DOMESTICA BROTHER PE830DL EMBROIDERY MACHINE USO: BO¦5115
    WUHU
    ANHUI JIANGHUAI AUTOMOBILE GROUP CO¦REPUESTOS: JAC SPARE PARTS............................................¦4651
    XINGANG
    HEBEI GRAND SUCCESS INDUSTRY LIMITE¦MALLA CUADRADA PANDA MALLA CUADRADA REVESTIDA EN PLASTICO 1/2" X 1/2".¦15210
    YILLONG CHEMICAL GROUP LTD.........¦OPTISIL PS20 INSUMOS PARA LA INDUSTRIA KAOLIN CALCINADO 560 BAGS......¦14376
    YANTIAN
    AGILITY LOGISTICS SHANGHAI LTD.....¦CAMISA DENIMLAB CLD TORO MD DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE TE¥IDO; ACA¦6118
    DEEPDPFITNESS TECH CO LTD..........¦MESA DE BILLAR SCOOP MTDP-BT010 MESA DE BILLAR MESA DE POOL...........¦3192
    JOINT INTERNATIONAL LTD............¦INODORO TIPO FUNCIONAMIENTO:SIFONICO TIPO ACCIONAMIENTO:DOBLE PULSADOR¦247694
    KAITO ENTERPRISES CORPORATION......¦LICUADORA RECCO RL-1365 POTENCIA:500W DE1.5LT USO DOMESTICO BLENDER...¦3290
    ZHANGJIAGANG
    BAICHUAN RUGAO CHEMICAL CO LTD.....¦BUTYL ACETATE BUTYL ACETATE USO INDUSTRIAL BATCH:BR03181J DATE PROD:18¦25344
    ZHONGSHAN
    AGILITY LOGISTICS SHANGHAI LTD.....¦PANTALON YAMP LH118B3 DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE TE¥IDO; ACABADO:.¦4668
    PAMPAS INTERNATIONAL TAIWAN CORP...¦ARTICULOS DE ILUMINACION 7805 CTNS....................................¦20733
    ZHONGSHAN JIAXIN IMPAND EXPCO LTD..¦LAMPARA DE TECHO HOME COLLECTION G8072CR/2C METAL + GLASS LAMPS 211836¦2854

    IMPORTACIONES CALLAO: EXPORTADORES
    FECHA: 26 MAYO 2017(CALLAO)
    BUQUE: MSC CHLOE


    ORIGEN..¦EXPORTADOR..........¦PRODUCTO..............................................................¦KILOS

    TOTAL PETROCHEMICALS FRANCE QATAR..¦POLIETILENO DE BAJA DENSIDAD LOTRENE COD: FD 0274 LDPE LOW DENSITY POL¦78030
    TOTAL PETROCHEMICALS FRANCE QATAR..¦POLIETILENO DE BAJA DENSIDAD LOTRENE CODIGO : FD0274 LOT NUMBER : 1703¦104040
    TOTAL PETROCHEMICALS FRANCE QATAR..¦LOTRENE FB 3003 LOTRENE GRANULADO SE UTILIZA EN EL PROCESO DE EXTRUSIO¦156060
    ALGECIRAS
    COMERCIAL PROJAR SA................¦TURBA PROJAR TURBA PARA SU COMERCIALIZACION SUSTRATO DE TURBA PROJAR P¦118091
    COMERCIAL PROJAR SA................¦SUSTRATO DE TURBA SELECT HORTIFRUT TAL-MB SUSTRATO DE TURBA EN 24 BOLS¦141603
    INFRICO SL.........................¦MESA REFRIGERADA DE 02PUERTAS INFRICO UCCAPACIDAD:48LT USO:MESA GABINE¦2400
    INSTITUTO ESPANOL SA...............¦AVENA INSTITUTO ESPA¥OL GEL INSTITUTO ESPA¥OL NOTIFICACION SANITARIA N¦9900
    NOPIN ALAVESA SA...................¦JAULA PORTA PUNTAL NOPIN EM0002A MATERIAL USADO ALMACENAJE DE PUNTALES¦46403
    ALIAGA, IZMIR
    KOCAER HADDECILIK SAN VE TIC AS....¦BARRAS DE ACERO MEDIDAS: 1/2 X 1/8 X 6M PLANAS FLAT BARS..............¦188022
    ALTAMIRA
    MEXICHEM RESINAS VINILICAS SA......¦RESINA DE PVC SHIN TECH RESIN EXTRUSION COD: 14999 SHIN-TECH SUSP. TYP¦358530
    ANCONA
    FABER SPA..........................¦CAMPANAS EXTRACTORAS SOLE N/A N/A HPXF60110.0316.865..................¦4975
    FABER SPA..........................¦CONTROL REMOTO FABER N/A REPUESTO 133.0180.074 N/A....................¦1057
    ANTWERPEN
    ARCELORMITTAL FLAT CARBON EUROPE SA¦HOJALATA ELECTROLITICA ARCELOR MATERIAL:17C006816 INDUSTRIAL ANCHO: 88¦51995
    ATLAS COPCO AIRPOWER NV............¦GENERADOR DE OXIGENO ATLAS COPCO OGP84 ASME 115 8102-3172-89 USO:PARA.¦9808
    ATLAS COPCO AIRPOWER NV............¦CABEZAL ATLAS COPCO LE7-10UV PP 230 8115-4605-48 USO:PARA USO EN COMPR¦8898
    BITBURGER BRAUGRUPPE GMBH..........¦CERVEZA ALEMANA BITBURGER CODIGO: 15057-REGISTRO P5803514E/NAIHDL PARA¦19397
    CABKA SPAIN SL.....................¦PALETAS CABKA ECO I5.1 MATERIAL: PP MATERIAL RECICLADO 1272 REBORDE AN¦11040
    CIMENTERIES CBR SA.................¦CEMENTO BLANCO WHITE PORTLAND CEMENT BOLSAS DE 25KG USO:CEM I 52 5 R C¦81316
    CIMENTERIES CBR SA.................¦CEMENTO BLANCO WHITE PORTLAND CEMENT BOLSAS DE 25KG USO:CEM I 52 5 R C¦27105
    ESCO EUROPEAN SALT CO..............¦CLORURO DE SODIO ESCO CODIGO 53811 API-NACI USO EN LABORATORIO LOTE: 6¦22638
    FRIATEC AG DIVISION TECHNISCHE KUNS¦TE REDUCIDA POLIETILENO COMERCIAL CAJA 2004160 - TE REDUCIDA PE 200X16¦5710
    INEOS STYROLUTION EUROPE GMBH......¦SAN (STYRENE ACRYLONITRILE) LURAN LOTE: L171600480 PRODUCTION DATE: 19¦75673
    ODS BV.............................¦BARRA DE ACERO EN BULTOS PARA LA INDUSTRIA BARRA DE ACERO.............¦22945
    POWER TOOLS DISTRIBUTION NV........¦ACEITE MINERAL........................................................¦205
    ROBERT-BOSCH GMBH..................¦MARTILLO PERFORADOR BOSCH MARTILLO PERFORADOR ACCESORIOS Y HERRAMIENTA¦8491
    SASOL GERMANY GMBH.................¦MARLIPAL 013/60 SASOL GERMANY GMBH LOS DEMAS AGENTES DE SUPERFICIE ORG¦17588
    SOLVAY & CPC BARIUM STRONTIUM......¦CARBONATO DE ESTRONCIO A SOLVAY & CPC BARIUM STRON FORMULA SR(BA)CO3 (¦93060
    STORA ENSO OYJ.....................¦PAPEL COUCHE LUMI BASIS WIEGTH 115 G/M2 USO:SIZE: 610 X 860 MM LUMIART¦46622
    TARKETT GDL SA.....................¦PISO EN ROLLO TARKETT GDL RECUBRIMIENTO DE PISOS USO: RESIDENCIAL Y CO¦19881
    TESSENDERLO CHEMIE NVSA............¦SULFATO DE POTASIO IN POLIETILENO BAGS OF 25 KG NET PARA USO AGRICOLA.¦325037
    TESSENDERLO CHEMIE NVSA............¦SULFATO DE POTASIO PARA USO AGRICOLA GRANULADO (MIN 50% K2O) SULFATO D¦166900
    THYSSENKRUPP RASSELSTEIN GMBH......¦HOJALATA ELECTROLITICA DR THYSSENKRUPP INDUSTRIAL EN BOBINAS 10043863.¦404111
    THYSSENKRUPP RASSELSTEIN GMBH......¦HOJALATA ELECTROLITICA RASSELSTEIN MATERIAL: 10035962 / BOLETO DE ENTR¦172416
    THYSSENKRUPP RASSELSTEIN GMBH......¦HOJALATA ELECTROLITICA DR RASSELSTEIN CAPA ABAJO: 5 00 GR/M2; TEMPLE/T¦127208
    ASHDOD
    NOAM URIM ENTERPRISES 1993 LTD.....¦PA¥O DE LIMPIEZA VIRUTEX DE: TEJIDO DE TRAMA Y URDIMBRE ESTAMPADO GRA.¦5700
    BALBOA
    KOLLANT SRL........................¦PLAGUICIDA TEMO-O-CID COD.: 9131101 USO:AGRICOLA TEMOOCID ENTOMOLOGIC.¦14222
    STRACON GYM INTERNATIONAL SAC......¦CABEL TRENZADO TESMEC FUX010-.........................................¦34520
    STRACON GYM INTERNATIONAL SAC......¦EQUIPOS Y ACCESORIOS PARA TENDIDO DE LINEA DE TRANSM ISION REF FACT: 0¦25540
    STRACON GYM INTERNATIONAL SAC......¦PLUMA DE MONTAJE CANTAMESSA OPT-109-..................................¦15510
    STRACON GYM INTERNATIONAL SAC......¦PUENTE DE TRABAJO DE ALUMINIO CANTAMESSA09-013--......................¦38700
    BALTIMORE
    HOLY TRINITY CATHOLIC CHURCH.......¦CUADERNOS SIN MAPAS GEOGRAFICA DONACION...............................¦15622
    BARCELONA
    ANDRES PINTALUBA SA................¦VITAMINA C COD. 1389 LOTE. 160606-7 EXP:06/2018 USO VETERINARIO 100 BO¦12694
    ARCHROMA MANAGEMENT GMBH...........¦CARTA NEGRO BSN LIQ CARTA® CARTA NEGRO BSN LIQ 45/966943(20) CARTA NEG¦7441
    DOW EUROPE GMBH CO TRANSFORMADORA D¦DOW LDPE 132G DOW GRANULADO POLIMER O DE ETILENO DOW LDPE 132G....¦75364
    DOW EUROPE GMBH CO TRANSFORMADORA D¦DOW LDPE 132G DOW GRANULADO POLIMER O DE ETILENO DOW LDPE 132G....¦75364
    IMESAPI SA.........................¦MODULO -MODULO DE AULA FUNCIONAL-MODULO COMPLETO CON TODOS SUS ACCESOR¦230334
    LABORATORIOS RAYT SA...............¦ADHESIVOS RAYT 112 SACOS MA-6512......................................¦15670
    NESTLE ESPANA SA...................¦LATTE MACCHIATO VAINILLA NESCAFE DOLCE GUSTO PRESENTADO EN CARTON CORR¦1497
    REFRACTARIOS KILOTERM SL...........¦HORMIGON REFRACTARIO KILOTERM USO INDUSTRIAL PRESENTADO EN PALETAS KTS¦64890
    RESMAT SL..........................¦REJA DE DESBASTE RD-500 .. REJA DE DESBASTE MANUAL 500 LT.............¦1027
    S&SISTEMAS DE VENTILACION SLU......¦REPUESTO DE EQUIPO DE VENTILACION S&P PARAEQUIPO DE VENTILAR AMBIENTES¦4210
    TAV VETERINARIA SL.................¦STRESS FORTE TAVET LOTE: F06 FECHA FABRICACION: 11.04.2017 - FECHA VEN¦12216
    BARI
    BIRRA PERONI SPA...................¦CERVEZA PERONI PORCENTAJE DE ALCOHOL: 5.1% PARA CONSUMO CAJA POR 24 UN¦38269
    BILBAO
    ARCELORMITTAL ESPANA SA............¦HOJALATA ELECTROLITICA ARCELOR DIMENSIONES: T 0.2400 MM * W 914 0000 M¦172580
    BELLOTA AGRISOLUTIONS SLU..........¦DISCO BELLOTA PARA ARADO AGRICOLA PARTE DE MAQUINA AGRICOLA DISCO B2 6¦23530
    ELSTER MEDICIÓN SAU................¦MEDIDOR DE AGUA ELSTER S160 PARA USO EN INSTALACIONES DE AGUA UNIDADES¦5172
    PUERTAS Y CERRAMIENTOS ROPER SL....¦PUERTA CF AMERICANA ROPER PRODUCTO: 63234 INCL. MANIJAS PARA PUERTA CO¦18970
    SACYR FLOUR........................¦TUBERIA SCH40 A53 ALMESA L57-SAC-400-I-PO-0021 GUERIN (MATERIAL MONTAJ¦25372
    SACYR FLOUR........................¦BRIDA ULMA L57-SAC-400-P-PO-0001 CU¥ADO (ACCESORIOS TUBERÍA) USO INDUS¦876
    UTE LA PAMPILLA B2.................¦SECADOR DE ALIMENTACION HISPANICA DE CALDERERIA V2P21-000-C-006-001 SE¦34324
    BREMERHAVEN
    BBRAUN MELSUNGEN AG................¦CLORURO DE MAGNESIO B.BRAUN LOTE: M2446 / F.FABRIC:28/07/2016 / F.CAD:¦8993
    BRISBANE
    ORICA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD............¦CIANURO DE SODIO SOLIDO ORICA SODIUM CYANIDE SOLID 98% U. COMERCIAL :.¦24202
    ORICA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD............¦CIANURO DE SODIO SOLIDO ORICA SODCYA-1135SOLEX UNIDAD COMERCIAL= 181.6¦193600
    ORICA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD............¦CIANURO DE SODIO SOLIDO ORICA SODCYA-1135SOLEX UNIDAD COMERCIAL= 68.1.¦72606
    ORICA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD............¦CIANURO DE SODIO SOLIDO ORICA SODCYA-1135SOLEX UNIDAD COMERCIAL = 136.¦145212
    BUENAVENTURA
    CARVAJAL PULPA Y PAPEL SA..........¦PAPEL BLANCO PROPALPAC CODIGO: 45800330133GR. DE ESPESOR 1550 MM ANCHO¦17262
    FAMILIA DEL PACIFICO SAS...........¦PROTECTORES DIARIOS NOSOTRAS NOSOTRAS DIARIOS 36 X 15 (EW-BOL) HIGIENE¦41141
    BUENOS AIRES
    CERVECERIA Y MALTERIA QUILMES SAICA¦CERVEZA STELLA ARTOIS STELLA ARTOIS EN 840 CAJAS DE 24 BOTELLAS DE 330¦11894
    GRANJA TRES ARROYOS SA.............¦GALLINAS EVISCERADA CON MENUDOS GRANJA TRES ARROYOS FROZEN WHOLE HENS.¦28080
    GRANJA TRES ARROYOS SA.............¦GALLINA ENTERA CON MENUDOS ARGENTINA CONGELADA ENTERA CON MENUDOS 2.8.¦28100
    GRANJA TRES ARROYOS SA TRES ARRO...¦GALLINA ENTERA CON MENUDOS CON MENUDOS 2.8KG. 6 PIEZAS POR CAJA USO: T¦28010
    OFFAL EXP SA.......................¦PULMON VACUNO SANTA CASILDA PULMON DE BOVINO USO:2700 CAJAS PULMON VAC¦28066
    OFFAL EXP SA.......................¦PULMON VACUNO SANTA CASILDA PULMON DE BOVINO USO:2700 CAJAS PULMON VAC¦28080
    UNIPOX SA..........................¦PLASTIFICANTE UNIPOX PLASTIFICANTE COMPUESTO DE PLASTIPOX FA..........¦21300
    CADIZ
    COMPA¥IA MAQUINARIA 93 - ENERGY NAT¦TRACTOR CADENAS FIAT 665C A¥O: 1996 PAISORIGEN : ITALIA A¥O FABRICACIO¦16890
    CARTAGENA
    GYPLAC SA..........................¦MASILLA GYPLAC ARTICULO: 113743 PRECIO POR MILLAR MASILLA GYPLAC CAJA.¦71430
    POLIPROPILENO DEL CARIBE SA........¦COPOLIMERO ESENTTIA LOTE: 217A5309 MATERIA PRIMA COMOPOLIMERO I. 25C35¦27515
    POLIPROPILENO DEL CARIBE SA........¦HOMOPOLIMERO ESENTTIA 03H82 EN BOLSAS DE25 KILOS USO:USO INDUSTRIAL HO¦109653
    POLIPROPILENO DEL CARIBE SA........¦HOMOPOLIMERO ESENTTIA BOLSA X 25 KG USO:INDUSTRIAL HOMOPOLIMERO 35H35.¦247634
    POLIPROPILENO DEL CARIBE SA........¦COPOLIMERO R.80R90CD ESENTTIA LOTE: 216D6214A PARA LA INDUSTRIA COPOLI¦27515
    POLIPROPILENO DEL CARIBE SA........¦HOMOPOLIMERO ESENTTIA 03H83 EN KILOGRAMOS EN BOLSAS DE 25 KG LOTE: 117¦27515
    CATANIA
    PLASTICA ALFA SRL..................¦TEE TEE DE POLIPROPILENO 90 - 110MM USO:PLASTICA ALFA.................¦10874
    CHARLESTON
    BECTON DICKINSON CO................¦TUBOS BD VACUTAINER -BD VACUTAINER LITHIUM HEPARIN (LH) 158 USP UNITS.¦8764
    CELLMARK INC.......................¦KRAFT LINERBOARD KAPSTONE DE PAPEL PARA CARAS (CUBIERTAS) DE CAJAS DE.¦48205
    MTS LOGISTICS INC..................¦MALLAS ANTIPAJAROS AMERICAN NETTING & FABRIC PREMIUM (PREMIUM PLUS BIR¦7076
    PEREZ TRADING CO...................¦PAPEL KRAFT LINERBOARD GRAMAJE: 161GSM; ANCHO: 105CM; DIAMETRO: 1473MM¦142482
    PEREZ TRADING CO...................¦PAPEL KRAFT LINERBOARD -KRAFT LINERBOARD-GRAMAJE: 161GSM; ANCHO: 177CM¦22202
    COCHIN
    TERUMO PENPOL PRIVATE LTD..........¦BOLSAS COLECTORAS DE SANGRE TERUMO CODIGO: PB-2CD456Z4Y / LOTE: 16B17Y¦12840
    COLUMBUS
    THE QUAKER OATS CO.................¦CEREAL DULCE DE MAIZ Y AVENA QUAKER CAPNCRUNCH 12-8 OZ PARA CONSUMO CE¦15109
    CRISTOBAL
    FASHION CONSUL INTERNATIONAL.......¦AGUA DE TOCADOR HUGO BOSS REFERENCIA: 82463675 NSOC30444-17PE HUGO ICE¦4840
    DURBAN
    MONTACHEM INTERNATIONAL INC........¦POLIPROPILENO GRADE HMR127 FABRICACION DE PRODUCTOS PLASTICOS LOTE 363¦50634
    SASOL CHEMICALS A DIVISION OF SA...¦SASOLWAX H1 SASOL CHEMICALS 1120 SACOS X20KG PARA FABRICACION DE CERA.¦23328
    SASOL CHEMICALS A DIVISION OF SA...¦RESINA DE POLIPROPILENO SASOL PP HKR102 PP HKR102 HOMOPOLIMERO EN BOLS¦101268
    SCAW SOUTH AFRICA PTY LTD..........¦CABLE DE ACERO DE 36.5 MM CODIGO: GG0365J378BB0 USO:TRIANGULAR COMPUES¦12660
    GDYNIA
    BEROX FOOD GMBH....................¦FECULA DE PAPA NATIVE POTATO STARCH COMERCIALIZACION - - FéCULA DE PAP¦21168
    JEBSEN & JESSEN GMBH & CO KG.......¦SODA CAUSTICA EN ESCAMAS JEBSEN & JESSENPRESENTACION 6720 SACOS 25 KG.¦171556
    GEBZE
    CINER IC VE DIS TICARET AS.........¦CARBONATO DE SODIO LOTE N°: E 17(093-03)(094-01) BL SA 500 MT DE CARBO¦50140
    GENOA
    GLOBALWAX LLC......................¦PARAFINA G-5354 N G-5354 N PARAFINA MICROCRSITALINA INDUSTRIAL MICROCR¦18600
    GIJON
    BULTECK MINING SYSTEMS SL..........¦BULON INFLABLE BULTECK ESTANDAR TIPO ESTANDARD (120 KN) L=2 10 MTS (IF¦25901
    NORTON EDIFICIOS INDUSTRIALES SA...¦ESTRUCTURAS METALICAS PARA NAVE INDUSTRIAL - PLAZA VEA SUCRE ESTRUCTUR¦22684
    UTE LA PAMPILLA B2.................¦TOPE REGULADOR 7371/45 FOSTER WHEELER V2P21-000-H-001-001 - PLATAFORMA¦17810
    HAMBURG
    BEIERSDORF AG......................¦CONTORNO DE OJOS EUCERIN LOTE: 71220676 VENC.: 31/08/2019 U.COMERCIAL:¦7921
    BEIERSDORF AG......................¦CREMA FACIAL EUCERIN LOTE: 64767910 VENC.: 08/05/2019; 71479310 VENC.:¦8167
    CLASSEN INTERNATIONAL GMBH.........¦PISO LAMINADO CLASSEN VE56 COLUMBIA DIMENSIONES: 1 286X194X8MM PARA US¦9968
    CONTINENTAL REIFEN DEUTSCHLAND.....¦NEUMATICO CONTINENTAL HDC1 ED ANCHO:12.00 SERIE:100 DIAMETRO:22.50 USO¦11293
    COOPERATIE AVEBE UA................¦FECULA DE PAPA AVEBE EN 800 BOLSAS DE 25KG. C/U. INSUMO EN LA INDUSTRI¦241997
    DUPONT NUTRITION BIOSCIENCES APS...¦CREMODAN DC MF LOTE: 4022973662 F/. PROD.: 28-03-2017 F. VENC.: 27-03-¦11953
    DUPONT NUTRITION BIOSCIENCES APS...¦GRINDSTED PS 404 MB MEZCLA MONO-DIGLICERIDO A BASE DE ACEITES REFINADO¦7871
    FELDMUEHLE UETERSEN GMBH...........¦PAPEL ESTUCADO FELDMUEHLE EXCEO GLOSS ENHOJAS USO:PARA LA INDUSTRIA GR¦82163
    FELDMUEHLE UETERSEN GMBH...........¦PAPEL COUCHE EXCEO GLOSS (RWOP) BASIS WEIGHT 150 GSM 61 CM X 86 CM C2S¦42152
    KRONOFLOORING GMBH.................¦PISO LAMINADO EUROHOME 1611 95% FIBRA DEALTA DENSIDAD-5% PAPEL TRATADO¦66640
    METSA BOARD SVERIGE AB.............¦CARTA SOLIDA FIRM METSABOARD CARTULINA PARA MULTIPLES USOS DIAMETRO: 1¦80896
    SWISS KRONO TEX GMBH & CO KG.......¦PISOS LAMINADOS HOLZTEK D1359 1376MM X 193 MM X 6 MM USO: PARA EL HOGA¦90324
    WA FRITZE GMBH & COKG..............¦PAPEL ANTIGRASA PAPEL ANTIGRASA CALIDAD:PROBARRIER KIT 4-6 GRAMAJE: 35¦5191
    HOUSTON
    ALLENBERG COTTON CO A DIVISION OF L¦FIBRA NATURAL ALLENBERG PREPARACION: SINCARDAR NI PEINAR; PRESENTACION¦39568
    ALLENBERG COTTON CO A DIVISION OF L¦ALGODON FIBRA SIN CARDAR NI PEINAR (22. 22 MM 28.57MM) AMERICAN RAW CO¦40031
    AMEROPA NORTH AMERICA..............¦ARROZ GRANO PILADO ARROZ FORTALEZA USA REGISTRO DIGESA E1600717E NALNG¦199448
    CHEMIUM INTERNATIONAL CORP.........¦PVC FORMOLON 622 POLYMER CHEMICAL CORP USO INDUSTRIAL 22.50 TM PVC FOR¦22436
    CHEMIUM INTERNATIONAL CORP.........¦PVC FORMOLON 622 FORMOLON 622 LOT NO: 7D01A USO INDUSTRIAL EN 880 BOLS¦22436
    CHEMIUM INTERNATIONAL CORP.........¦RESINA DE PVC FORMOSA 622 GRADE FORMOLON622 USO INDUSTRIAL PVC PRIME Q¦67307
    CHEMIUM INTERNATIONAL CORP.........¦PVC FORMOLON 622 WESTLAKE GRADE 1230P BATCH: C16120501 C16120506 USO I¦47613
    DISTRIBUIDORA PORTLAND SA..........¦RESINA DE POLIETILENO DE ALTA DENSIDAD ALATHON L4904 2805 BOLSAS X 25.¦71397
    KRONOS (US) INC....................¦KRONOS 2300 KRONOS PRECIO UNITARIO DE FACTURA POR TONELADA PARA LA IND¦20558
    LOEB AND COMPANY INC...............¦ALGODON CLASE: 80% UNIF 28.0 GPT MIN USO: INDUSTRIA TEXTIL ESTRUCTURA.¦19814
    MIRASCO INC........................¦MOLLEJAS DE POLLO CONGELADAS MIRASCO LOTE: 23458 COMERCIALIZACION FROZ¦28433
    MIRASCO INC........................¦PIERNAS DE PAVO COOPER FARMS TURKEY DRUMSTICKS 30# /LOTE 18991 USO:115¦29917
    MONTACHEM INTERNATIONAL INC........¦POLIETILENO DE ALTA DENSIDAD E-924 EN BOLSAS DE 25 KG USO:USO INDUSTRI¦130392
    MONTACHEM INTERNATIONAL INC........¦POLIETILENO DE ALTA DENSIDAD FORMOLENE E924 2550 SACOS DE PLASTICO DE.¦173856
    MONTACHEM INTERNATIONAL INC........¦POLIETILENO DE ALTA DENSIDAD FORMOLENE GRANULADO PARA USO INDUSTRIAL P¦304248
    MONTACHEM INTERNATIONAL INC MUSEUM.¦POLIETILENO DE ALTA DENSIDAD FORMOLENE E924 150 SACOS DE PLASTICO DE 2¦173856
    MTS LOGISTICS INC..................¦HDPE E924 FORMOLENE GRANULADO COMERCIALIZADO EN TONELADA HDPE E924 EX.¦43464
    OMNI INDUSTRIES LLC................¦ACEITE LUBRICANTE PURE GUARD ITEM NUMBER:P060 USO:USO INDUSTRIAL PG EL¦16792
    THE LUBRIZOL CORPORATION...........¦ADITIVO LUBRIZOL BAR 975 BATCH NO: 0101956948 LUBRICATING OIL ADDITIVE¦18186
    UNITCARGO CONTAINER LINE INC.......¦POLIETILENO DE ALTA DENSIDAD INEOS GRADE: FORMOLENE E924 LOT NUMBER: 1¦152124
    ISKENDERUN, HATAY
    ADANA CIMENTO SANAYII TAS..........¦CEMENTO BLANCO ARGOS SACOS DE 40 KG. CEMENTO BLANCO ARGOS.............¦54385
    KIBAR DIS TICARET AS...............¦ANGULO STANDARD A6 QUALITY A36 USO: INDUSTRIAL ANGULO IMP 30X2.5MMX6.0¦329185
    IZMIR (SMYRNA)
    ATEK TEKSTIL SAN VE TIC LTD........¦HILADOS BONAFIL 12/1 HILADOS DE DISTINTOS COLORES; ACABADO: SIN PEINAR¦19698
    ETI MADEN ISLETMELERI GENEL MUDURLU¦DECAHYDRATE BORAX DECAHYDRATE GRANULAR EN 840 SACOS DE 25 KG C/U = 21.¦21652
    JEBEL ALI
    SAUDI POLYOLEFINS CO...............¦POLIPROPILENO HOMOPOLIMERO MOPLEN HP401RTRANSFORMACION EN PRODUCTOS DE¦90000
    JUBAIL
    SABIC AMERICAS INC.................¦PP RAFFIA SABIC USO:INDUSTRIAL 4510077173-2 EXTRUSION C/LOTES IP PP 50¦202360
    SABIC AMERICAS INC.................¦POLIPROPILENO COPOLIMERO SABIC EN 1980 BOLSAS DE 25 KG C/U PP QR6731K.¦50590
    SABIC AMERICAS INC.................¦PP RAFFIA EXTRUSION SABIC PP RAFFIA EXTRUSION C/LOTES IP PP 506P 148 4¦101180
    SAUDI ETHYLENE AND POLYETHYLENE CO.¦POLIETILENO LUPOLEN 2427 H -POLIETILENO DE BAJA DENSIDAD-BATCH NO:UA18¦45100
    KARLSRUHE
    ROBERT BOSCH GMBH ABTEILUNG AA/LOG-¦ACS ACM 3000-ROBDB ROBINAIR ROBINAIR ACM3000-ROBDB ACS ACM 3000-ROBDB.¦1945
    KING ABDULLAH
    SABIC AMERICAS INC.................¦POLIETILENO DE ALTA DENSIDAD SABIC -HDPE-SABIC M200056................¦25275
    KOPER
    KNAUF INSULATION DOO...............¦ESPUMA LANA MINERAL CON PAPEL KNAUF L60 9001222212 FIBRA DE LANA MINER¦5300
    LA SPEZIA
    ASSOCIAZIONE ORATORIO DELLE ANDE...¦FIDEOS 504 CAJAS DONACION FECHA DE VENCIMIENTO : JUNIO DEL A¥O 2 018..¦22451
    BIOLCHIM SPA.......................¦KELIRON BIOLCHIM LOTE: J074 USO : INSUMOQUIMICO KELIRON 43361602......¦10424
    BTICINO SPA........................¦TIMBRE BTICINO 92/230 TIMB/TIMBRE DUTON 230V 92/230 TIMBRE............¦5109
    BURGO GROUP SPA....................¦PAPEL COUCHE PAPEL COUCHE BRILLANTE EN IMPRENTA R4 115GSM GLOSS 61X86C¦47035
    BURGO GROUP SPA....................¦PAPEL COUCHE RESMAS DE PAPEL COUCHE 90 GR 61 X 86 CM BRILLANTE USO IMP¦46172
    DANCO SPA..........................¦BISAGRA+BASE DANCO BISAGRA F85080P44 + BASE FB996ARV/5-4 UTILIZADOS EN¦10420
    EMILCERAMICA SRL...................¦BALDOSAS ESMALTADAS EMIL 98F88R MOLDEO:BALDOSAS PRENSADAS COCCION:BALD¦25787
    IMS SPA............................¦BARRA DE ACERO EN BULTOS BARRA DE ACERO...............................¦49942
    INTERGLOBO SRL.....................¦SANITARIOS PARA BA¥OS DONACION PARA USO DOMESTICO.....................¦24100
    SACYR FLOUR........................¦FILTRO DE TUBERIA MALLA PLASTI CU¥ADO USO INDUSTRIAL BULTO 1 CL.800 FI¦442
    SAME DEUTZ-FAHR ITALIA SPA.........¦TRACTOR AGRICOLA SAME EXPLORER 115 MATR.N S14P154WVT10192 - MOTOR N 13¦25300
    SANTA MARGHERITA SPA...............¦CUARZO SILVER -QUARTZ STONE POLISHED SLABS-305 X 140 X 2CM............¦19460
    USCO SPA...........................¦PASADOR ITR 1883066 REPUESTOS PARA MAQUINARIA PESADA KL032.00.24......¦18170
    UTE LA PAMPILLA B2.................¦CONJUNTO DE PAR DE BRIDAS DE 4 TECNOMATIC V2P21-000-J-010-001 - ORIFIC¦4810
    LARVIK
    INEOS EUROPE AG....................¦COPOLIMERO DE ETILENO INEOS CON OTRAS OLEFINAS PARA LA FABRICACION DE.¦25369
    LE HAVRE
    ASHLAND INDUSTRIES EUROPE GMBH.....¦BLANOSE CMC 7L2C BLANOSE BATCH # C162850C170949 C171077 PARA LA INDUST¦22220
    TOTAL ADDITIFS ET CARBURANTS SPECIA¦ADITIVO DEPRESOR DE POFF TOTAL ADCP103CT1000L PARA DIESEL MINERO CP 72¦69724
    LEIXOES
    NATCAL PRODQUIMMAQTEXTEIS LDA......¦COMPRESOR SULLAIR, ENGOMADORA SUCKER-MU LLER..........................¦23250
    LONDON GATEWAY PORT
    INOVYN CHLORVINYLS LTD.............¦CLOROPARAFINAS CERECLOR S-52 TAMBORES DE270 KG USO INDUSTRIAL PARAFINA¦23443
    SACYR FLOUR........................¦SOPORTE DE ESTRUCTURA RAM PUMP USO INDUSTRIAL BULTO STR15270 SUPPORT S¦918
    LONG BEACH
    AUGELLO ENTERPRISES LLC............¦CALAMAR ENTERO CONGELADO ESPECIE: LOGIGOOPALESCENS USO:CALAMAR CALIFOR¦26400
    AUGELLO ENTERPRISES LLC............¦CALAMAR CONGELADO ENTERO CALAMAR LOLIGO PARA CONSUMO HUMANO FROZEN WHO¦26400
    AUGELLO ENTERPRISES LLC............¦CALAMAR ENTERO CONGELADO LOTE: 1333 FECHA DE PRODUCCION: 04/04/2017 FE¦26400
    BOSTON AGREX INC...................¦CORAZON DE VACUNO CONGELADO USO: HARRIS RANCH.........................¦25089
    DISPENSING DYNAMICS INTERNATIONAL..¦DISPENSADOR KIMBERLY CLARK 30217684 KIMBERLY CLARK PROFESSIONAL PLASTI¦5015
    FAST-PAK SUPPLY CORP...............¦SAZONADOR PARA COSTILLAS ILLES SEASONONG& FLAVORS SPICE RIB INSUMOS PA¦66319
    SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY Q /TELMARK INC..¦FIBRA NATURAL CLASE: AMERICAN RAW COTTON2016/2017 USO: TEXTIL ESTRUCTU¦100497
    WHITE GOLD COTTON MARKETING LLC....¦FIBRA NATURAL DE ALGODON PREPARACION: SIN CARDAR NI PEINAR; PRESENTACI¦39510
    MALAGA
    SUMINISTRO COYSA SL................¦GUARDACUERPO ZZZ001686 USO:SISTEMA PROVISIONAL DE PROTECCION DE BORDE.¦11096
    MERSIN, ICEL
    FGS OTO LPG TANKLARI VE PARCURT....¦TANQUE TOROIDAL FGS SKT570I033 INTERNAL TOROIDAL TANK PARA USO COMERCI¦16655
    YILKROM MADEN VE ENERJI YATIRIM TIC¦FIERRO CROMO CANTIDAD 24.908 TM VALOR UNITARIO POR LBCR : 24.908 MT*66¦24953
    MONTEVIDEO
    COOPAR SA..........................¦ARROZ GRANO LARGO FINO COOPAR COSECHA 2016. MAX 5PCT GRANOS PARTIDOS M¦125300
    DAMBORIARENA ESCOSTEGUY SRL........¦ARROZ BLANCO COMERCIALIZACION SACOS DE 50 KILOS NETOS S "D"NADIA" "BIF¦200480
    DAMBORIARENA ESCOSTEGUY SRL........¦ARROZ BANCO D`SABORI SABOR INTERNACIO ORYZA SATIVA. PARA CONSUMO HUMAN¦250600
    DANK SA............................¦MADERA DE PINO ASERRADA DANK SA BLANB 33X 33 X 2080 PARA FABRICACION D¦108140
    SAMAN..............................¦ARROZ BLANCO SOL DE TAMBO ARROZ GRANO LARGO SOL DE TAMBO USO:CONSUMO D¦75180
    MUNDRA
    ALUZINC ASIA PTE LTD...............¦HILADO DE ALGODON CRUDO; ACABADO: CARDADO PRESENTACION: CONOS; TITULO:¦22436
    BSL LTD............................¦TELA 200951 TE¥IDO; ACABADO:TERMOFIJADO CONST: LIGAMENTO TAFETÁN; GRAM¦15586
    DEVIKA FIBRES PVT LTD..............¦HILO DE TEJER -TIPO FIBRA: FILAMENTO O FIBRA CONTINUA; TIPO HILADO: DE¦48727
    DNH SPINNERS PVT LTD...............¦HILADO DE TEJER DTY 150/48 SD CRUDO; ACABADO: SIN ACABADO PRESENTACION¦24887
    DNH SPINNERS PVT LTD...............¦HILADO DE TEJER -TIPO FIBRA: FILAMENTO OFIBRA CONTINUA; TIPO HILADO: T¦24989
    GILLANDERS ARBUTHNOT AND CO LTD....¦HILADO NE 30/1 MELANGE @ 10% 302828 / 302838 -TIPO FIBRA:CORTA TIPO HI¦25322
    INDOFIL INDUSTRIES LTD.............¦MANCOZEB EN 560 SACOS CON 25 KG C/U LOTES: D-11198 DATE OF MANUFACTURE¦14880
    INOX INDIA PRIVATE LTD.............¦PORTA CRYO INOX INDIA N/A USO INDUSTRIALPORTACRYO P0919ECS INCL. PARTE¦4060
    JABS INTERNATIONAL PVT LTD.........¦COMINO EN 530 BOLSAS DE 50KG C/U USO: PARA SU CONSUMO CUMIN SEEDS EN S¦26537
    KCTEX INTERNATIONAL LTD............¦HILO ALGODON CARDADO KCTEX CRUDO; ACABADO: SIN ACABADO PRESENTACION: C¦21560
    KEWALRAM TEXTILES PVTLTD...........¦HILADO DE ALGODON NE30/1 KEWALRAM -TIPO FIBRA: FIBRA CORTA O DISCONTIN¦21735
    KEWALRAM TEXTILES PVTLTD...........¦HILADO DE ALGODON NE 30/1 CARDADO KEWALRAM GRADO ELABORAC.: CRUDO ACAB¦21690
    KEWALRAM TEXTILES PVTLTD...........¦HILADO ALGODON 30/1 PEINADO KEW CRUDO; ACABADO: APRESTADO PRESENTACION¦21735
    KEWALRAM TEXTILES PVTLTD...........¦HILADO DE ALGODON NE 30/1 CRUDO; ACABADO: SIN PEINAR PRESENTACION: CON¦21600
    MANISH PACKAGING PVTLTD............¦LAMINA DE PVC VC ACABADO:LISO; COLOR:TRANSPARENTE PLASTIF:100% CALIDAD¦22447
    NAGREEKA EXPORTS LTD...............¦HILOS 30/1 GRADO ELABORAC.:CRUDO ACABADO:SIN ACABADO USO:PRESENTACION:¦21690
    PHILLIPS CARBON BLACK LTD..........¦CARBON BLACK PHILLIPS SM EN TONELADAS USO:PARA USO INDUSTRIAL GRADE N3¦22768
    RISHI FIBC SOLUTIONS PVT LTD.......¦TELA DE POLIPROPILENO CODEFINE TELA ZULZER 140GR 3X200 MTS POLIRPOPILE¦20535
    RSWM LIMITED.......................¦DENIM 14.5 OZ 2.44 GRADO ELABORAC.:HILADOS DE DIFERENTES COLORES1 ACAB¦25044
    SHUBHLAXMI POLYTEX LTD.............¦HILADO TEXTURIZADO DE POLIESTER GRADO ELABORAC.:CRUDO ACABADO:SIN ACAB¦25747
    SUKHA CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES..........¦CLORURO FERRICO CLORURO FERRICO ANHIDRO EN 1760 BOLSAS DE 25KG C/U USO¦44784
    VEGA INDUSTRIES ME FZE.............¦BOLAS DE MOLIENDA VEGA DE ALEACION DE ACERO AL ALTO CROMO VEGAHARD 18.¦163437
    WELLKNOWN POLYESTERS LTD...........¦HILADO POLIESTER WELLKNOWN 75D/36F. CRUDO; ACABADO: TEXTURIZADO PRESEN¦25684
    WELLKNOWN POLYESTERS LTD...........¦HILADO POLIESTER WELLKNOWN 75D/72F. CRUDO; ACABADO: TEXTURIZADO PRESEN¦25252
    WELLKNOWN POLYESTERS LTD...........¦HILADO POLIESTER WELLKNOWN 75D/36F. CRUDO; ACABADO: TEXTURIZADO PRESEN¦25467
    WELLKNOWN POLYESTERS LTD...........¦HILO DE POLIESTER WELLKNOWN CRUDO; ACABADO: APRESTADO PRESENTACION: BO¦25467
    NAPLES = NAPOLI
    TECNOCAP SPA.......................¦TAPAS METALICAS TECNOCAP 82RSB 82SA10020S7-U0F USO:USO PARA FABRICACIO¦4483
    NAVEGANTES
    BERNECK SA PAINEIS E SERRADOS - S..¦TABLERO DE MADERA MDF NATURAL 2440 X 2130 X 18MM PARA LA INDUSTRIA DEL¦26968
    COOPERATIVA CENTRAL AURORA ALIMENTO¦MEDIA PECHUGA DE POLLO DE POLLO CONGELADA SIN HUESO Y SIN PIEL 15KG PO¦28427
    COOPERATIVA CENTRAL AURORA ALIMENTO¦FILETE DE PECHUGA AURORA ITEM: 10496 - CANTIDAD DE CARTONES: 1834 CRT.¦28427
    LIPPEL - SOLUCOES INTEGRADAS PARA B¦CHIPEADORA LIPPEL PFL 400 X 700 MC MOTOR:CUMMINS DE 285 HP OU MWM DE 3¦9770
    NEUBURG AN DER DONAU
    SONAX GMBH.........................¦CERA SONAX CLASSIC 01802000 SONAX CERA EASY SHINE 500 ML..............¦14452
    NEW ORLEANS INTERNAT
    AMLAN INTERNATIONAL................¦CALIBRIN A OIL-DRI BOLSAS X25KG PARA USOVETERINARIO LOTE: 17107MCA .F.¦23316
    SHINTECH INC.......................¦RESINA DE PVC SHINTECH MATERIA PRIMA PARA LA ELABORACION DEL COMPUESTO¦203130
    SHINTECH INC.......................¦RESINA DE PVC SHINTECH GRADE: SE1000 SHINTECH SUSPENSION TYPE PVC RESI¦45140
    NEW YORK
    AMERICARES FOUNDATION INC..........¦AYUDA HUMANITARIA PARA LA EMERGENCIA: FECHA DE VENCIMIENTO: AGOSTO DEL¦12385
    ARYSTAL LIFESCIENCE NORTH AMERICA..¦CENTURION INGREDIENTE ACTIVO: CLETHODIM FUNGICIDA LOTE: OS7103P01 F. F¦6931
    BOSTON AGREX INC...................¦PIERNA DE CERDO DESHUESADA SMITHFIELD ..USO:PARTA LA INDUSTRIA DEL EMB¦25744
    BOSTON AGREX INC...................¦PIERNAS DE CERDO SMITHFIELD EN CARTONES PARA SU COMERCIALIZACION PIERN¦24771
    BOSTON AGREX INC...................¦COSTILLA DE CERDO CONGELADA PORK KING ..USO:.. COSTILLAR DE CERDO CONG¦25905
    CONTINENTAL TIRE THE AMERICAS......¦NEUMATICO CONTINENTAL HSR2 ANCHO:11.00 SERIE:100 DIAMETRO:22.50 USO:CA¦9975
    CONTINENTAL TIRE THE AMERICAS......¦NEUMATICOS NUEVOS HS 4011201000.......................................¦11242
    ENPAC CORP - US....................¦RACK PORTA CILINDROS ENPAC 6000-YE RACK PORTA CILINDROS POLY RACKER...¦1639
    HAFEN CONSOLIDATORS USA LLC........¦RUFF STUFF-RAVEN FC1000D BLACK 13.31 GRADO DE ELABORAC.:TENIDO ACABADO¦4052
    HARRINGTON HOISTS INC..............¦CADENAS DE ACERO HARRINGTON HOISTS ACCO-5201-1140 5/8 TUNA CHN HDG 300¦10830
    HOFF ONLINE AUCTIONS...............¦APILADOR MANUAL NORTHERN INDUSTRIES DSJSA 1000 ITEM:16 NNORTHERN INDUS¦11340
    PERMATEX INC.......................¦SILICONA MEGA GRIS VERSACHEM PRESENTEACION: BLISTER POR 3 OZ PARA EL M¦15745
    PISCHEK INDUSTRIES INC.............¦BANDEJAS DE PLASTICO TOP 1020 CAJAS X 50BANDEJAS USO: AGRICOLA 1020 XX¦7262
    SEA SHIPPING LINE..................¦PROBETA 16X100MM GLOBE SCIENTIFIC TEST TUBE 16X100MM USO:12 ML PP CAJA¦1792
    NHAVA SHEVA (JAWAHAR
    AQUAPHARM CHEMICALS PVT LTD........¦AQUACID 105 EX PARA TRATAMIENTO DE AGUAS50 DRUMS CON 295 KGS NPS DRUMS¦24126
    BAJAJ AUTO LTD.....................¦AMORTIGUADOR POSTERIOR BAJAJ 24171063 REPUESTOS USO COMERCIAL 5313224-¦13425
    BAJAJ AUTO LTD.....................¦L3 BAJAJ PULSAR 135 PERU A¥O:2017/2017 NC:1 CC:134.66 CH:MD2A17CZ7HWM4¦40320
    BAJAJ AUTO LTD.....................¦L3 BAJAJ DISCOVER 125 PERU A¥O:2017/2017NC:1 CC:124.6 CH:MD2A15BZ3HWM4¦26304
    BAJAJ AUTO LTD.....................¦JUEGO DE ZAPATA COMPLETO BAJAJ 24151071 REPUESTOS USO COMERCIAL 531322¦12347
    BAJAJ AUTO LTD.....................¦CHAPA + LLAVE DE PUERTA POSTER BAJAJ 36244024 REPUESTOS USO COMERCIAL.¦5456
    BAJAJ AUTO LTD.....................¦FILTRO DE AIRE BAJAJ 36DK0015 REPUESTOS USO COMERCIAL 5313263-5001 KIT¦10780
    BAJAJ AUTO LTD.....................¦KIT DE REPARACION DE BOMBA MAS BAJAJ 24151097 REPUESTOS 5313264-5025 K¦7722
    COLOURTEX INDUSTRIES PVTLTD........¦DRIMAREN ORANGE HF-2GL CDG DRIMAREN® 45/961729(20) DRIMAREN ORANGE HF-¦1089
    CUMMINS INDIA LTD..................¦GENERADOR CUMMINS POWER GENERATION C135 D6 SERIES N° C17I412698 C17I41¦14380
    DAMODAR INDUSTRIES LTD.............¦HILO 2/48 CRUDO; ACABADO: SIN ACABADO PRESENTACION: CONOS; TITULO: 246¦19642
    DIC FINE CHEMICALS PRIVATE LTD.....¦TINTA SUN CHEMICAL 91343091 LAS DEMAS TINTAS DE COLOR PARA IMPRENTA TP¦9900
    DODHIA SYNTHETICS LTD..............¦HILO DE TEJER HILADOS DE DISTINTOS COLORES; ACABADO: APRESTADO PRESENT¦18217
    FINE ORGANIC INDUSTRIES PVT LTD....¦POLIGLICEROL FINE ORGANICS ACEITE DE RICINO 12 PLASTIC DRUMS X 200 KGS¦2600
    GEMINI EXPORTS.....................¦BENZYL BENZOATE BP2017 INSUMO FARMACEUTICO LOTE: BBBP201703063 MFG; 03¦1371
    GEMINI EXPORTS.....................¦ATENOLOL BATCH: ALA/P1701004 FECHA DE FAB: ENE 2017 FECHA DE VEN: DIC.¦450
    ILIFE MEDICAL DEVICES PVT LTD......¦CATHETER ONE FLON BATCH NO. 7C164 MFG.DATE:02-2017 / VENCE: 01-2022 US¦1820
    JAINSON CABLES INDIA PVT LTD.......¦CABLE PLANO JAISON CABLES N° DEL TAMBOR E-4418; CODIGO: 85444230 PARA.¦930
    JSW STEEL COATED PRODUCTS LTD......¦BOBINAS DE ACERO GALVANIZADO PARA COBERTURAS PRODUCTO TERMINADO 0.760M¦296600
    KARAMTARA ENGINEERING PVT LTD......¦TORRES GALVANIZADAS PARA SUBESTACION PARA SUBESTACION PARA SUBESTACION¦107169
    KCTEX INTERNATIONAL LTD............¦HILADOS DE ALGODON NE 24/1 -TIPO FIBRA:CORTA TIPO HILADO:SENCILLO COMP¦23765
    KCTEX INTERNATIONAL LTD............¦HILADO DE ALGODON NE 24/1
          Sales & Business Development Manager - INVORG - London, ON   
The CEO has been the face of INVORG and has historically led all deals; It is your responsibility to take the lead on all deals and advise the CEO when it is...
From Indeed - Tue, 27 Jun 2017 18:10:11 GMT - View all London, ON jobs
          CEO Start UP - Ideas for Founders - Madrid, Madrid   
Nos encontramos actualmente buscando a la persona que será la encargada de liderar el proyecto y que por lo tanto será el CEO de la futura empresa y socio con...
De Indeed - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 15:28:32 GMT - Ver todo: empleo en Madrid, Madrid
          Corporate Titan Phuti Mahanyele Resigns As Shanduka's CEO After 10 Years And No Politics For Her   
After 10 years at Shanduka Group, one of theleading South African investment holding company in South Africa,PhutiMahanyele, the firm's Chief Executive Officer, announced her resignation last week and that she will leave the company at the end of June this year. Withinterests in telecoms, food and beverage, property, financial services, [...]
          Jaquet Droz - Interview de Christian Lattmann   
"Nous sommes dans un niveau de compétition de l'horlogerie qui ne laisse pas de place à l'approximation", Christian Lattman, CEO de Jaquet Droz.
          Geologist - Davis Mining Corp. - Trout Lake, BC   
The Winslow mine is in an exploratory phase this year and a geologist will be required throughout the summer months.The CEO of Davis Mining Corp is a very...
From Indeed - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 04:53:59 GMT - View all Trout Lake, BC jobs
          Driller - Davis mining - Trout Lake, BC   
The Winslow mine is in an exploratory phase this year and drilling will be required throughout the summer months.The CEO of Davis Mining Corp is a very...
From Indeed - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 04:41:50 GMT - View all Trout Lake, BC jobs
          Barracuda Co-Founder Michael Perone Steps Down as CMO, Remains on Board of Directors   
...he's also spent a considerable amount of effort driving key product and technology investments, including his involvement in every acquisition Barracuda has done over the years," said BJ Jenkins, CEO and president at Barracuda. "Because of his deep understanding of ...

          Marquis Adds DocuMatix Marketing Automation Solutions to Lineup   
...will continue in leadership roles, Jaramillo as chief client experience executive and Hawes as chief product innovation executive. The 2016 acquisition of Marquis was the latest of several financial-services investments for Falfurrias, founded by former Bank of America CEO Hugh ...

          Nippon Paint Sekarang Jualan Cat Mobil, Benarkah?   

Salah satu merek produk cat global, Nippon Paint, kini masuk ke bisnis aftermarket secara resmi lewat PT NP Auto Refinishes Indonesia (NPARI). Unit bisnis automotive refinish itu bagian dari perusahaan gabungan Nippon Paint Company (Jepang) dan Wuthelam Holdings Pte Ltd (Singapura), NIPSEA Group.

CEO NIPSEA Group Wee Siew Kim menjelaskan saat konferensi pers di Jakarta, Rabu (15/3/2017), merek Nippon sudah masuk ke Indonesia sejak 50 tahun yang lalu, namun lebih dikenal lewat produk dekoratif. Produk otomotif Nippon Paint juga sebenarnya sudah ada namun lebih banyak dipakai sebagai original equipment manufacturer (OEM) produsen Jepang di Indonesia.

“NPARI baru untuk pasar Indonesia, kini sudah siap untuk pasar aftermarket Indonesia,” kata Wee.

Senior Vice President NP Auto Refinishes Asia Pasific Sharad Malhotra menyampaikan, riset dan investasi soal produk cat aftermarket di Indonesia sudah dimulai sejak 2015. Pada tahun itu juga NPARI sudah berdiri.

Namun menurut Malhotra, operasi bisnis NPARI baru diangkat sekarang karena sudah siap untuk memenuhi kebutuhan masyarakat. “Kami berharap bisa bertemu konsumen dengan strategi yang siap,” kata Malhotra.

Malhotra menambahkan, pasar aftermarket cat Indonesia punya potensi besar namun kurang dilayani. Produk yang sudah ditawarkan di dalam negeri tidak berperforma bagus, maka itu NPARI datang sebagai solusi.

Jalur distribusi produk cat aftermarket Nippon disebar ke bengkel-bengkel umum, bengkel pabrik, dan toko cat. Secara resmi pendistribusian NPARI sudah dilakukan mulai tahun ini.

Artikel Lainnya :
  1. http://bangunharga.blogspot.com/2016/11/harga-cat-tembok-berkualitas-semua-merk.html
  2. http://bangunharga.blogspot.com/2016/12/harga-cat-dulux-eksterior-dan-interior.html
  3. http://bangunharga.blogspot.com/2016/11/harga-cat-tembok-jotun-terbaru-bulan.html
  4. http://bangunharga.blogspot.com/2016/11/harga-cat-tembok-mowilex-terbaru-bulan.html
  5. http://bangunharga.blogspot.com/2016/11/harga-cat-emco-terbaru-bulan-ini-2016.html
  6. http://bangunharga.blogspot.com/2016/11/harga-cat-tembok-aviant-5-kg-terbaru.html
  7. http://bangunharga.blogspot.com/2016/11/harga-cat-nippon-paint-terbaru-bulan.html
  8. http://bangunharga.blogspot.com/2016/11/harga-cat-tembok-decolith-terbaru-bulan.html
  9. http://bangunharga.blogspot.com/2016/11/harga-cat-tembok-nippon-paint-terbaru.html
  10. http://bangunharga.blogspot.com/2016/11/harga-cat-tembok-propan-terbaru-bulan.html
  11. http://bangunharga.blogspot.com/2016/12/harga-cat-kayu-dan-cat-besi-terbaru.html
  12. http://bangunharga.blogspot.com/2016/12/harga-cat-kayu-avian-terbaru-bulan-ini.html
  13. http://bangunharga.blogspot.com/2016/11/harga-cat-kayu-propan-terbaru-bulan-ini.html

              The Elements Promise™ Guarantees Your Satisfaction   

    elements-massage-promise-wellness-newsPromise. It is a word that should never be taken lightly; you’re giving your word. Elements Massage™ has long been rated as providing the industry’s top massage, so it is only fitting that they created The Elements Promise™. A promise that states if we do not provide a massage that meet or exceeds your expectations, the next one is on us.

    Have you ever been unsatisfied with something, but never said anything? Well, Elements Massage™ is putting an end to that with this brand new satisfaction guarantee. The Elements Promise™ is really what allows the brand to make a serious statement to massage consumers. 

    “We know that the majority of clients who have a disappointing experience tend to leave the studio without saying a word and never come back. We want to make sure that doesn't happen by actively promoting The Elements Promise™,” said Jeff Jervik, CEO of WellBiz Brands, Inc. CEO Jeff Jervik, the parent company for Elements Massage™. “We are so excited to make this commitment to our clients and to show our future clients that Elements is the place they should go to incorporate great massage therapy in their wellness plans.”

    It’s nice to know that in the business of health and wellness there is actually a company encouraging feedback to ensure that you are getting the absolute best service. Especially an experience that is as personal as massage. 

    “We believe that The Elements Promise™ is a clear way to let the consumer know that Elements Massage is committed to delivering the best massage at every visit, and we have a track record for doing so. For several years Elements Massage™ has been rated as the industry’s top-rated massage provider by Net Promoter® scores,” said Chief Operating Officer at WellBiz Brands, Inc. John Kutac. “We are committed to improving health and wellness for our clients and we want the nation to know where they can go to get the best massage. This promise is 100-percent about the consumer and our confidence to deliver a great massage to every Elements Massage™ client.” 

    If you want to experience a massage with a guarantee and start your journey to natural healing through massage therapy, visit elementsmassage.com. We promise you'll get the industry's best massage.


              Driller - Davis mining - Trout Lake, BC   
    The Winslow mine is in an exploratory phase this year and drilling will be required throughout the summer months.The CEO of Davis Mining Corp is a very...
    From Indeed - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 04:41:50 GMT - View all Trout Lake, BC jobs
              Apple : Tim Cook a ramené 145 millions à la maison en 2016 !   
    Pour le week-end, Bloomberg publie un petit classement des rémunérations effectivement perçues des CEO de sociétés américaines. Et à la première place, on retrouve Tim Cook avec un total de 145 millions de dollars. Mais, il n’est pas le seul CEO d’une société américaine cotée à avoir franchi le seuil des 100 millions de dollars. Ainsi, Reed Hasting...
              Three Things Men Do in Meetings That You Should Do, Too   

    If you’re being passed over for promotions by people less qualified than you or not getting jobs you can’t believe you didn’t get, part of the problem could be your self-presentation. “From the way you walk into a room to the tone of your voice, there are nonverbal ways of communicating that you are or aren’t manager material,” says Ruth Sherman, CEO and celebrity speech and media coach and author … [ more ]

    The post Three Things Men Do in Meetings That You Should Do, Too appeared first on Pennsylvania Conference for Women.


              Wi-Fi kiosci stigli na ulice Londona   

    Čini se kako će vreme polako pregaziti i poznate londonske govornice. Naime, vlasnik većine njih, britanska telekomunikaciona korporacija British Telecom (BT) odlučila se okrenuti budućnosti i modernim tehnologijama.

    Sklopljeno je partnerstvo sa kompanijom Intersection (filijalom Alphabet-ovog Sidewalk Labs-a) začetnicom projekta LinkNYC ili Links koji se sprovodi u New York-u. Reč je o projektu kioska ili terminala na ulicama New Yorka pomoću kojih tamošnji građani mogu koristiti besplatnu Wi-Fi vezu.

    Nešto slično sada je, zahvaljujući partnerstvu, implementirano i na ulicama Londona, tačnije duž ulice Camden High implementirani su kiosci pod imenom InLinks koji korisnicima nude spajanje njihovih uređaja na besplatnu Wi-Fi vezu, obavljanje besplatnih telefonskih poziva, a na samom kiosku punjenje uređaja putem USB interfejsa, pregled digitalnih mapa i uputstava za dolazak na određenu destinaciju.

    Tu su razne druge informacije kao što je vremenska prognoza, vesti iz zajednice te informacije vezane za londonsku podzemnu železnicu. Wi-Fi kiosci u Londonu u potpunosti se finansiraju putem reklamnog sadržaja koji se neprestanco prikazuju na njihovim ekranima.

    U budućnosti se pre navedenim mogućnostima planira dodati i senzore za praćenje temperature, kvaliteta vazduha i buke, kao i širenje projekta za ceo London te druge britanske gradove do kraja ove godine.
              Comment on Rosalind Brewer Makes History as Sam’s Club CEO by source   
    <strong>source</strong> [...]although internet sites we backlink to beneath are considerably not related to ours, we really feel they may be basically really worth a go by, so possess a look[...]
              Comment on On the Road With ‘Shark Tank’ 2017: Meet the CEO of SpenDebt by Orlando plumber   
    <strong>Orlando plumber</strong> [...]check beneath, are some totally unrelated internet sites to ours, nonetheless, they may be most trustworthy sources that we use[...]
              Scott's Conviction   
    Scott McNealy steps down as CEO of Sun.
     
    In an interview with The Register he gives a piece of his mind. His passion about his business and commitment to the Network is the Computer stuff is known. He talks about why he think the WalStreet is wrong to suggest that he lays off 15,000 his employees. With being in the red for longtime, Scott and now Jonathan are showing their belief in people and vision. Kudos to them,
     
    The best ofcourse is this,
     
    Look, I've thought long and hard about this stuff and my business, and I don't care what anybody says. We're right. And that's how I live my life.
     
     

              Laser Technician   
    IN-Columbia City, DOT AMERICA, INC. JOB DECRIPTION Job Title:Laser Production Technician Location:Columbia City, Indiana Reports To:Production/Engineering Leader FLSA Status:Non-Exempt Prepared and Approved By:Michael Venturini, President/CEO Prepared and Approval Date:June 2, 2017 POSITION SUMMARY: DOT AmericaLaser Production Technicians are responsible for all aspects of the laser production process, including: m
              Lessons learned from a tidal wave of 401(k) fee suits: How to keep your company safe   
    Delta Airlines recently became the latest organization embattled in a highly publicized retirement plan lawsuit over its allegedly excessive 401(k) fees. Unfortunately, the company could’ve avoided its fate by taking a few extra steps.  At the 2017 Mid-Sized Retirement & Healthcare Plan Management Conference in Phoenix, AZ, Richard T. Allison, the CEO of SWBC Investment […] [MORE]
              Executive Assistant to CEO -100-125k - Daniel Roberts - Lynnfield, MA   
    Screen incoming documents and information that require the CEO's attention. If you're not the right candidate, please share this position with someone you know!... $100,000 - $125,000 a year
    From Indeed - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 17:42:17 GMT - View all Lynnfield, MA jobs
              Re: Feature: Puzzling Over Dragons with GungHo CEO Kazuki Morishita   

    What happened to localization of PAD X!?

    By Kamiyouni


              Thought Of The Day   
          “We must take risks today to learn lessons for tomorrow” Mark Zuckerberg (CEO of Facebook)

    This is a content summary only. Click on headlines for full links, images, other content and more!

              Số liệu này cho thấy Uber không "ngán" bất kỳ đối thủ nào   
    Số liệu này cho thấy Uber không "ngán" bất kỳ đối thủ nào

    Bất chấp vô số bê bối ở cấp quản lý và trong văn hóa doanh nghiệp, Uber vẫn là một "cường quốc" hùng mạnh trên thế giới.


    Startup gọi xe vừa chạm cột mốc quan trọng: 5 tỷ chuyến đi Uber toàn cầu. Với những bê bối gần đây, người ta có thể dễ dàng quên mất công ty do Travis Kalanick sáng lập vẫn đang làm ăn tốt như thế nào. Đối thủ của họ, Lyft, chỉ cạnh tranh được tại Mỹ, còn các khu vực khác, Uber chính là vua.

    Uber chính thức chạm mốc 5 tỷ chuyến đi vào 7 giờ 29 phút 06 giây giờ GMT ngày 20/5. Đúng vào giờ này, có 156 chuyến đi Uber đang được thực hiện đồng thời. Dù vậy, đến nay startup mới thông báo tin vui.

    156 chuyến đi trải dài 24 quốc gia tại 6 châu lục. Người dùng Uber đã gọi xe ở Atlanta, San Francisco (Mỹ), Singapore, Jarkarta (Indonesia), Mumbai (Ấn Độ), Moscow (Nga) và các thành phố khác.

    Những địa điểm khác nhau phản ánh sự thống trị của Uber bên ngoài nước Mỹ, nơi Lyft chưa chạm đến còn các đối thủ khác như Careem hay Grab chỉ là người chơi mạnh tại từng khu vực riêng lẻ. Không ai thực sự có tầm với toàn cầu như Uber và không ai khác - trừ Didi Chuxing của Trung Quốc - đạt đến con số "hàng tỷ" nhanh như vậy.

    Uber vượt mốc 1 tỷ chuyến đi vào tháng 12/2015 và 2 tỷ chuyến chỉ nửa năm sau đó. 6 tháng đầu năm 2017 vừa qua đi, hãng đã tăng gấp đôi tổng số chuyến đi của mình.

    Hiện tại, Uber vẫn đang ở trong tâm bão scandal với một nửa vị trí lãnh đạo cao cấp còn trống, bao gồm cả chiếc ghế CEO của Kalanick, vụ kiện với Waymo vì đánh cắp công nghệ xe tự lái và những ..


              Founder of failed Fyre Festival faces federal fraud charges   

    The co-founder of the Fyre Festival was arrested and charged with one count of federal wire fraud on Friday, according to the Manhattan US Attorney's Office.

    Prosecutors allege that William "Billy" McFarland, co-founder and CEO of Fyre Media, defrauded at least two investors who invested about $1.2 million total in the Fyre Festival. McFarland allegedly also presented one investor with false stock ownership documentation in an effort to legitimize the project.

    He was arrested Friday in New York and is scheduled to appear before a US Magistrate Judge on Saturday. It's unclear whether McFarland has an attorney.

    In a press release, acting Manhattan US Attorney Joon Kim said McFarland "promised a life-changing music festival, but in actuality delivered a disaster."

    "McFarland allegedly presented fake documents to induce investors to put over a million dollars into his company and the fiasco called the Fyre Festival," Kim said.

    Disorganization turned festival into failure

    The Fyre Festival was promoted by McFarland and Fyre Media as a high-end music festival that took place in the Exumas, in the Bahamas, in April.

    Attendees paid up to $12,000 to participate in a once-in-a-lifetime experience that was advertised with models, celebrities, top-notch acts, five-star chefs and private jets and yachts -- only to arrive and find anything but.

    The festival turned out to be a massive disaster, with little to no organization, half-built disaster relief tents for shelter, a menu donned with limp cheese sandwiches and -- the worst part -- no beer.

    The sealed complaint released Friday alleged McFarland schemed investors to obtain "money and property by means of false and fraudulent pretenses, representations and promises" from late 2016 to May 2017.

    Fyre Festival was short-lived

    McFarland started Fyre Media in 2016 to "build a digital app that would allow individuals organizing commercial events, such as concerts, to bid for art and celebrity bookings at such events."

    McFarland started organizing and promoting the festival in late 2016, along with rapper Ja Rule. The duo used a handful of female celebrities, including Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid, to promote the event, enticing both investors and wealthy concertgoers to participate.

    The festival's line-up featured many popular music acts, including Blink-182, Migos, Lil Yachty and Major Lazer. Blink-182 canceled its appearance amid the disorganized chaos.

    An attorney filed a $100 million class action lawsuit against Ja Rule, whose real name is Jeffrey Atkins, and McFarland in May, alleging the event put attendees in danger. No attendees were injured from the event.


              Comment on Apple’s Tim Cook reaped $145 million last year, most of S&P 500 CEOs by applecynic   
    A well thought out post, that is both respectable and, 'gasp' intelligent. Please take this response in that vein. You're neglecting diminishing employee impact that comes with corporate size. That holds for the CEO as well. How much can one person's labor be worth? To a pure capitalist, they sky is the limit. There's no reason to invoke 'socialist' measures to limit one's salary... many a multi-million dollar salesmen get fired for simply being owed multi-millions of dollars. So you would argue, 'Cook needs to be paid that in order to keep him'. Sorry, but that rings hollow. No CEO should need to work that hard, and be paid that kind of money either. There is no measure of work that is worth hundreds of millions of dollars per year. This is not about the quality of his performance, but what is his performance really worth? Yes, Apple is a large complex organization. Isn't this why they have 10s upon 10s of thousands of 'world class' employees? Do they get disproportionately compensated as much as the CEO?
              Comment on Apple’s Tim Cook reaped $145 million last year, most of S&P 500 CEOs by Gotcha   
    Right in every respect except...those 'forays' into aspects and the concerns of society, along with the environment, man-made climate change, gender equality, education and so on...are now part and parcel of the job, for any CEO of a major corporation. And pity the poor fool who rides roughshod over the concerns of employees and customers. Just ask Uber. TC is simply doing a brilliant job, in his own way...the results speak for themselves. His remuneration was set five years ago when expectations were tempered by a very difficult period post-banking collapses. He obviously and spectacularly exceeded those expectations. And my stock pot agrees.
              Comment on Beleaguered Fitbit’s smartwatch project continues struggles ahead of debut by peterblood71   
    Fitbit CEO boldly proclaims “We’ve learned and struggled for a few years here figuring out how to make a decent wrist worn health tracker. PC guys are not going to just figure this out. They’re not going to just walk in and take over.” CUT TO: (An Earth-shattering) KAAA-BOOOOOM!! http://thediscipleproject.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/apocalypse-earth-exploding.jpg
              Comment on Steve Jobs and the missing ‘Intel Inside’ sticker by RunCat   
    "for people’s info the $150 million Msft investment didn’t save it ..." Exactly. It was a payoff to drop the Apple lawsuit. the bigger announcement was the 5 year support for Office:Mac. This provided a 5 year window of support for the Mac business users. Further, Steve Jobs was from 1997 - 2006 (when Pixar was bought), he was CEO of both Apple and Pixar. Amazing man.
              Empleos - solicita vendedores de cambaceo - $ 9 000   
    Puebla 72217, México
    Vacante Puebla de Zaragoza impuls expertos en calzado solicita vendedores de cambaceo actividades A realizar *Promoción y Difusión * Ventas de los productos y servicios de la empresa por cambaceo * ...de $600 semanal + bonos por ventas + bono del 0.004% por compras mensual *capacitación pagada* *excelente esquema de comisiones sin tope* *uniformes* *horario flexible* *ingresos $7000 a $9000 mensual requisitos ... ...
    bebuu.com

              Connecticut Looks To Sell Its Obamacare Exchange To Other States   
    Kevin Counihan, the CEO of Access Health CT , is walking through the 15th floor of a downtown Hartford office building that houses Connecticut's health insurance marketplace. He passes the legal department, the IT folks and the consultants, then stops in front of three large, wall-mounted computer screens. "These are showing in real time, activity on our website. So, for example, right now you're looking at the number of concurrent users on the site," Counihan says. "So you can see that there are 212 people in the process of applying for insurance on the site." The monitors and technology are just a part of what his agency is doing right. Connecticut is widely seen as one of the states that is succeeding with the Affordable Care Act . The state's website works well, and it has already exceeded its first-year enrollment goals. Other states have noticed. "We were approached by several states who called us and said, 'Would you have any interest in franchising your exchange to us as a
              auxiliar de servicios generales - LICEO INFANTIL MI NUEVO MUNDO ENCANTADO - Bogotá, Cundinamarca   
    Jardín Infantil solicita personal de servicios generales, con experiencia mínima de 2 años, que viva en el sur de Bogotá. Tipo de puesto:.... $750.000 al mes
    De Indeed - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 14:39:25 GMT - Ver todos: empleos en Bogotá, Cundinamarca
              Weight Loss Breakthrough | Alternative Health | Life Enthusiast Podcast - Podcast #105   
    Martin and Scott discuss the work of Robert H. Keller MD, MS, FACP Named as one of the world's 2,000 Outstanding Scientists of the 21st Century, and has served on the scientific review panels for the National Institutes of Health and the VA. The Consumer' Research Council has named Dr. Keller one of America's Top Physicians in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007 in the fields of Internal Medicine, Immunology and Hematology. Max International. In 1994, Dr. Robert H. Keller founded The BIODORON Institute of Advanced Medicine, a state-of-the-art medical clinic specializing in cutting-edge treatment for immune system disorders and anti-aging. Dr. R.H. Keller, MD MS FACP, Medical & Research Director of The Biodoron institute of advanced medicine and the CEO and director of research of Vit-Immune, Inc. had a distinguished academic career after medical school at Temple University and training in Internal Medicine, Immunology and Hematology at the University of Rochester and the Mayo Clinic. During a fellowship and subsequent Assistant Professorship at the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, he introduced a new laboratory technology to identify cells at the Mayo Clinic. Moving to Milwaukee, he became a faculty member in the Departments of Medicine, Pediatrics, Biophysics and Health Science at the Medical College of Wisconsin (Marquette University) and the University of Wisconsin, where he rose to level of Professor. He was also awarded two career development awards (Clinical Investigatorships) and the Superior Performance Award (for research) by the Veteran's Administration where he served as a Staff Physician and Director of the Marcus Center for Immunology Research. During his academic tenure, he was awarded over 2 million dollars in research grants from both the NIH and VA; served on the scientific review panels for the NIH and VA; published over 100 original articles, invited reviews and book chapters in Immunology, Hematology and Medicine; was awarded two patents and served many consultantships including NASA during the Apollo Program. In 1994, Dr. Robert H. Keller founded The BIODORON Institute of Advanced Medicine, a state-of-the-art medical clinic specializing in cutting edge treatment for immune system disorders and anti-aging. Each week Martin Pytela and Scott Paton discuss Holistic principles for healthy living. Life Enthusiast Co-op is built on over 25 years in study, health consultations and market research in the field of holistic and alternative medicine. We deliver solid time tested expertise. We are in this business not for the money, but for the passion, we have for sharing with others what we had to learn the hard way, through experience. We focus on high quality, innovative holistic solutions. Length: 25:00 Go to iTunes and review our podcast: iTunes Life Enthusiast Reviews and 5 star ratings <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
    If You Enjoyed This, Please Go To "FANS OF THIS SHOW" On The RIGHT And Then Click On "BECOME A FAN". In Addition, PLEASE CLICK On The “SEND TO A FRIEND” At The Bottom Of This Podcast…. COPY THE DATA And SEND THIS, and “My Pod Home Page URL”, To EVERYONE In Your ADDRESS BOOK…. FRIENDS Or ENEMIES!
    <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
    WANT TO BE NOTIFIED OF NEW EPISODES? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Go To “Join my mailing list ” On The RIGHT………. When It Comes Up You Will See On This Page “Add me to Life Enthusiast''s mailing list:” ………. And Then type in your name and email address ………. Now Just Click “Save”.
    <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> Technorati Tags: , , , , ,, , , , , , , .
              La embarcación de Prada regresa a la Copa de América de Vela   
    Si una actividad ha puesto de acuerdo alguna vez a Louis Vuitton y Prada, esta ha sido la Copa América de Vela, el trofeo más antiguo del mundo. Tras varios años fuera de campeonato, se ha anunciado que el «Luna Rossa» de Patrizio Bertelli volverá a buscar victorias. La Copa América de Vela nació como un trofeo de plata que el marqués de Anglesey encargó al joyero británico Robert Garrard en 1848. Lo cedió al Royal Yacht Squadron de Cowes, que la ofreció como premio al vencedor de una regata en la Isla de Wight en 1851, con la mala suerte de que el barco ganador fue la goleta «América» del New York Yacht Club. El trofeo permaneció durante 132 años en Nueva York e hicieron falta 25 desafíos para que la copa de plata cambiara de hogar, hasta que el equipo australiano se la llevó en 1983. La «Copa de las Cien Guineas» tiene el poder de ilusionar a los personajes más potentados del mundo dada la naturaleza de la regata, en la que un barco defiende su victoria y hay varios desafíando para quitarle el puesto: el ganador decide el lugar, las reglas y formato de la siguiente revancha. Desde hace años, otra particularidad de la regata es que el trofeo previo que consigue el barco que desafía al vencedor de la edición anterior es la Copa Louis Vuitton. Es la empresa francesa, por tanto, la que esponsoriza una carísima competición, que incluye el desplazamiento y alojamiento de prensa, personalidades y ejecutivos allende los mares. Ernesto Bertarelli con el Alinghi o Larry Elisson con el BMW Oracle son algunos de los competidores frecuentes. En varias ocasiones, el grupo Prada, competencia directa de Vuitton - organizador de estas eliminatorias- presentó su barco al desafío, llegando a ganar la Copa Louis Vuitton en el año 2000; todo un ejemplo de como Patrizio Bertelli, CEO de Prada y marido de Miuccia, supo sacarle partido a la inversión promocional de Louis Vuitton. Las imágenes de Bertelli recogiendo la copa de manos de Yves Carcelle, el brillante y desaparecido presidente que cambió el curso de Louis Vuitton hace más de 20 años, son el reflejo de toda una inteligente «entente cordiale» entre los ejecutivos de ambas casas, que en su día incluso llegaron a comprar Fendi casi a medias para sus grupos respectivos. El «Círcolo della Vela Sicilia» acaba de anunciar que Patrizio Bertelli se lanza en su nombre con el «Luna Rossa» al próximo desafío, si bien hace dos años había declarado su intención de mantenerse fuera de competición. Patrizio Bertelli - gran aficionado a la vela- botó en 1997 este barco que tantas satisfacciones le ha dado y que, con su preciosa silueta en plata con detalles en rojo ha servido de inspiración a colecciones deportivas de Prada. Pero desde que en 2011 el Grupo milanés saliese a bolsa, las cosas han cambiado y ahora el «Luna Rossa» le pertenece a Bertelli personalmente. Quizás la inversión requerida para competir en las regatas y poner a punto la embarcación o crear una nueva, no compense a nivel económico al bajar los resultados financieros. No en vano, durante los primeros 10 años de vida el «Luna Rossa» costó unos 85 millones de euros sin contar tripulación y otros gastos. Aunque en el pasado el sagaz Bertelli contó con sponsors de la talla de TIM o Telecom para sufragar gastos, puede ser que ahora el nuevo Grupo Prada se mantenga al margen de la próxima Copa America, al menos empresarialmente hablando.
              OMEGA celebrates as Emirates Team New Zealand wins the America’s Cup   

    Emirates Team New Zealand has made sailing history by winning the 35th America’s Cup in Bermuda. As a proud sponsor and Official Timekeeper for the crew, the Swiss watchmaker OMEGA is celebrating the victory and congratulating the team on claiming sport’s oldest trophy! Raynald Aeschlimann, the President and CEO of OMEGA, was particularly enthusiastic about…

    The post OMEGA celebrates as Emirates Team New Zealand wins the America’s Cup appeared first on Fashion Central Blog.


              Analyst-Accountant - ACCEO Solutions Inc. - Montréal, QC   
    Bachelor’s degree of Administration (BAdmin) with an accountancy designation (CPA-CA an important asset). The e-business operations expert, ACCEO Solutions is a...
    From Indeed - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 19:26:07 GMT - View all Montréal, QC jobs
              Archimedia Release Iris 1.0   
    Archimedia has released Iris 1.0, a suite of applications that the company says overcomes six specific areas where file-based media production and distribution traditionally bog down. “People who are involved with file-based workflow recognise these areas immediately,” says Mark Gray, CEO of Archimedia. “They are places in file-based workflow that are fundamentally different than linear workflow, […]
              The Parable of the Wicked Vine Dressers   
    A new MP3 sermon from Living in Christ Ministries is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

    Title: The Parable of the Wicked Vine Dressers
    Subtitle: The Parables of the Lord Jesus
    Speaker: Richard Goswiller
    Broadcaster: Living in Christ Ministries
    Event: Sunday School
    Date: 12/10/2006
    Bible: Matthew 21:33-46; Luke 20:9-19
    Length: 51 min. (16kbps)

    Overview: This parable was spoken in the final week of Jesus1 ministry. He had just made His triumphal entry into the city of Jerusalem -Matt. 21-1-11-, and then proceeded to cleanse the temple from the corrupt business practices -Matt. 21-12-17-. On His return to the temple area the next morning, He cursed the fig tree that had failed to bring forth any fruit when expected -Matt. 21-18-22-. Upon arriving at the temple complex, Jesus was challenged by the religious leaders regarding the source of His authority -Matt. 21-23-27-. However, the Lord cleverly turned the tables on His opponents by saying that He would answer them only if they first answered a simple question put to them. Upon their refusal to do so, He also said that He would not answer their question, and then told the parable of the two sons -Matt. 21-28-32-. The point of the parable was that even the worst sinners in all of Israel -i.e. tax collectors and harlots- had a better chance of entering the Kingdom of God than the orighteouso religious leaders who refused to recognize their sinful condition. Thus the Lord rebuked their unbelief and arrogant attitudes, and condemned them through the teaching of the parable. In doing so, the Lord reiterated Godos standard for salvation, and thus rejected every man-made standard. In addition, He also re-established the Biblical truth that mere mental ascent to the Gospel, and mere olip-serviceo that one is truly saved, will never result in personal salvation.--A Course Notebook is available at nominal cost upon request to LICM, www.licministries.com.
              Takeda CEO facing pressure amid dismal profits — 4 key notes   

              TYT - 06.30.17: National Enquirer, Joe and Mika, Acid Attack, and Beef-Eaters   

    A portion of our Young Turks Main Show from June 30, 2017. For more go to http://www.tytmembership.com.

    Hour 1: Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, & Ben Mankiewicz. Trump threatens to have National Enquirer publish a story about Joe and Mika’s relationship. Kellyanne Conway says media is hurting women by focusing on Trump tweets. Trump on healthcare: repeal now, fix later. Jason Chaffetz’s record on public housing. New report shows very clear tie between Russian hackers and Michael Flynn. EPA chief met with Dow Chemical CEO before deciding not to ban toxic pesticide. EPA head launching initiative to ‘critique’ climate science.

    Hour 2: Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, & Ben Mankiewicz. Two Muslim victims of London acid attack, police hunt John Tomlin. Prime Minister of India speaking out after rise of vigilantes attacks on beef-eaters. Survey shows medical marijuana more popular than opioids for pain patients.


              Of Leadership training and Corporate Rain dance   
    A couple of weeks ago, I came across a report which said that in the current difficult economic scenario, Indian companies are investing more in leadership training programs for their senior managers. The ‘espoused interpretation’ for this was that it will help the senior managers to be better leaders, enabling them to respond more effectively to the challenging scenario. While this was certainly a possibility, it did make me wonder if there are other interpretations possible. That is where rain dance comes in.

    Let us begin by taking a closer look at the terms.
    Rain dance is a ritual that is intended to invoke rain. The rain dance was common among tribes who lived in regions that received very little rain. Since the little rain they did receive was essential for their survival, they felt compelled to something to invoke rain (to influence their destiny). The result was rain dances. Over a period of time, intricate rain dance rituals were developed (that were supposed to do a better job when it comes to rainmaking). While there is no empirical evidence that rain dances caused rain, they did serve other useful purposes like giving them hope, enabling them to feel that they have some degree of control over their destiny/environment, deepening relationships among the members of the tribe etc.  
    Leadership training involves all the training programs (Instructor-Led-Training programs) that employees are sent to with the purpose of making them ‘better leaders’ (whatever that might mean). These can be internal or external training programs (often designed/delivered by consultants/business schools). They are usually conducted off site (away from the pressures and distractions of regular work) and are often very expensive.

    Corporate rain dance would mean rituals (events/ceremonies/programs) in corporate life that are designed to achieve an essential business objective (better business results/business survival in difficult times etc.) without sufficient empirical evidence that the ritual actually leads to the intended outcome. Going back to the report on the increased investment in leadership development programs, it made me wonder if they (at least to some extent) constitute some sort of corporate rain dance. Of course, there are other examples of corporate rain dance, including many types of ‘strategic business planning meetings’!
    I have nothing against rituals in corporate life. Businesses are run by human beings and rituals have always played an important role in human societies. Please see ‘Accelerated learning and Rites of passage’for an example of how to leverage the power of rituals in business organizations. It is just that we should be aware of what they can and cannot do when we are investing in them.

    Leadership training is a Multi-Billion-Dollar industry. There is also a huge amount of literature on ‘leadership’. I have no intention to get into a detailed discussion on ‘leadership’ here. (Please see ‘Of leaders and battle-scars’, ‘The leadership sandwich’ & ‘Reasons, Rationalizations & Collective Delusions’ for some of my thoughts). For the purpose of this post, I will just raise the top five questions that have been bothering me("The best fool can ask more than the wisest man can tell" J).
    1. If ‘learning’ is defined as ‘sustained change in behavior’ how much empirical evidence exists that ‘learning’ results from leadership training programs?
    2. There are many people in top management positions who speak eloquently about the great leadership training programs their companies have. However, I have rarely heard anyone of them talking about a particular leadership training program they have attended that made them (or played a big part in making them) who they are now.
    3.  If ‘leadership development’ goes much beyond ‘leadership training’ (and if leadership is supposed to be learned ‘on the job’ supported by coaching) then why is most of the money/effort is concentrated on ‘offsite’ leadership training? 
    4. To what extent are the designs of leadership training programs based on a deep understanding of the concept of leadership? If the design is based on a particular leadership model/theory, has enough effort been made to check the empirical validity of the theory/model?
    5. If the underlying model of leadership goes beyond the traits and leadership style of the leader, to focus on the relationship between the leader and the followers, then why emphasis is only on training the leaders? Can any form of leadership (including thought leadership) exist without followers? 
    Now, let us look at another type of ‘corporate rain dance’ that happens frequently in the domain of leadership development : redesigning leadership competency frameworks & then redesigning all the leadership training programs based  on the new competency framework. Here also the underlying belief (that leads to the rain dance) is that by changing the leadership competency framework we can build better leaders and thereby improve business performance. Sometimes, this can also be a case of 'Training the Victim'. A few years ago, I heard (from reliable sources) about a global company, that changed its leadership competency framework because the new CEO said something like ‘Leaders should Lead’ in a meeting with the HR Leadership team. In response to that statement from the CEO, the HR Head ordered redesign of the leadership competency framework & all the leadership training programs based on the same, spending Millions of Dollars. It also ensured that HR people at the global corporate office (who were under the threat of losing their jobs) kept their jobs and (as the company was a global giant) it contributed to the GDP of many countries in terms of spend on downstream work like ‘Train the Trainer programs’, reprinting of program material & of course putting the leaders through the newly developed training programs.

    I am not saying that one should not redesign leadership competency frameworks. It is very easy to find fault with any leadership competency framework and hence no one can argue against the need to redesign the same. The trouble is just that the new framework might also have an equal number of (but possibly different) problems. Hence, unless there is a very clear difference between the new and the old leadership competency framework (that too very clearly aligned to a key strategic priority), the Return On Investment is unlikely to be positive. I also think that ‘competency frameworks are only an intermediate stage’ and that one needs to go beyond them..
    Now, let us come back to leadership training programs. What exactly am I trying to say?

    One does pick up useful insights, ideas and concepts from these programs. They provide a welcome break from the unpleasant realities of work. They can also act as some kind of signalling mechanism - to communicate (to the participants & to the significant others around them) that some people have been identified as leaders.

    Like rain dance, they provide an opportunity connect more deeply with colleagues, provide new hope to the participants & provide satisfaction to the business head that something is being done to improve the business situation. The participants might also see them as recognition/reward– especially if the program is offered only to a select few/if the program is considered to be a prestigious one/if the program is an expensive one (remember, it is tax efficient also - for both the employer and the employee!) . The program might even have some placebo effect on leadership behaviors!J 

    Going back to another beneficial dimension of rituals, leadership training programs can also act as 'rites of passage'/'initiation rites' to leadership-  especially if they (like initiation rites in tribal societies) involve doing 'dangerous things'; this danger can be either psychological (like doing something silly in front of a group) or physical (like what happens in some of the outbound training programs) - as they help in transitioning to a new self!! Hence, just as rain dance served a useful purpose in tribal societies for many centuries, leadership training programs can also serve a useful purpose in business organizations – even if that purpose is not the same as the espoused purpose!

    If, the rain dance (leadership training program) is not leading to rain (developing better leaders), the organization should seriously consider whether to invest more in 'making the dance better' (e.g. by adding more modules to the leadership training program) or to explore other ways for rainmaking. Improving the dance can add to its value as a ritual up to a point (but not beyond that). Of course, it is possible that some of the other popular ways of rainmaking (e.g. 360 degree feedback) might also turn out to be 'rain dances'! But some of them (e.g. putting people through roles designed to provide a higher learning potential & helping them to derive meaning from their experience in those roles through coaching) might actually work!!!   

    Any comments/ideas?  
              Of Organization Development Managers and Court Jesters   
    “Can I request you to give me an additional role?”, the Organization Development Manager asked the CEO. Noticing that the CEO was looking a bit confused and apprehensive, the Organization Development (OD) Manager continued;  “No, I am not asking you to add me to the senior leadership team. I am also not asking for any role that someone else is doing in our company. The additional role that I am asking for is that of a court jester – in the business context”!

    Prima facie, roles of OD Managers and Court Jesters appear to be ‘strange bedfellows’. However, based on my 15 years of experience in OD (10 years of which in internal HR), I am increasingly realizing that one of the roles that an internal OD consultant (OD Manager in a business organization) needs to play is that of a ‘court jester’. 

    Though the word 'jester' is often (incorrectly) interpreted to mean 'a fool', a jester (like Tenali Rama in the court of King Krishnadevaraya of the Vijayanagara empire in India or William Sommers in the court of King Henry VIII in England) is a much more profound creature than a fool. At a superficial level, both a fool and a jester might appear quite similar. When we look at them more deeply, these similarities vanish.
    While a fool entertains others by 'making a fool of himself', a jester enables others to laugh at themselves. While the techniques of a fool focuses mainly on the physical plane (doing funny things, acting in a funny manner etc.), jester operates mainly in the mental and/or spiritual plane (generating insights). We can also say that fools represent ‘simplicity on this side of complexity' (or simplicity that ignores the complexity) while jesters represent ‘simplicity on the other side of complexity’ (simplicity after working through the complexity). In terms of impact, a fool leaves his audience 'entertained' while the jester leaves his audience 'enlightened'. In terms of their influence, fools are quite 'peripheral' while jesters are quite 'central'. Jesters had the right (or even the 'duty') to criticize the king and get away with that (or even get rewarded for that!). Often, Jesters possess 'shibumi' (great refinement underlying commonplace appearances).

    An OD professional is supposed to facilitate change. This change also involves ‘mindset change’ and ‘questioning deeply-held assumptions’. Again (with due respect to the ‘good press’ that ‘bottom up culture change’ enjoys), change often needs to begin 'at the top of the pyramid’ in business organizations because the role modeling behavior of the leaders is the most important factor that drives and sustains behavioral/culture change. So, one of the key requirements for OD professionals is to enable very senior people to change their mindsets and deeply held assumptions.
    Sometimes, these mindsets and assumptions are very change resistant – even to the extent of being funny. For example, once I was invited by a business leader to transform the mindsets of the leaders in his organization. During the diagnosis when it was becoming increasingly clear that he was a major contributor to the problem and that he would need to make significant changes to his pattern of behavior, he made himself unavailable for the intervention saying that he was very busy and that it was his team members who needs to change. In another context, the HR head came to me and suggested that as the business leader can’t change his behavior (and as he won’t move out of the organization for the next few years), we need to train his team to enable them to work with him better. While it is an interesting idea ( to train the team to be better followers if the leader is immune to any leadership development efforts) it highlights two problems that are important for us here – the difficulty in getting the senior leaders to change and the high degree of fear that many of the HR leaders have when it comes to attempting any ‘change interventions on the business leaders’. Hence, OD professionals need to find ways to encourage business leaders to examine their decisions and their behavior/mindsets/deeply-held assumptions without offending them and without making the HR leaders too jittery.

    This becomes even more important for an internal OD consultant (OD Manager in a business organization), as these senior people he needs to influence are higher up in the reporting chain (food chain!) of the organization. Often, there is an organization layer between the OD Manager and the business leaders (i.e. the OD Manager reports to the HR Head who in turn reports into the CEO). This makes influencing the business leaders on their mindsets and deeply held assumptions  very difficult (if not impossible) for the OD Manager, as it would require a lot of deep interactions with the business leaders that too over a long period of time. The OD managers might not get such an opportunity because of the way of functioning of the organization (‘organization culture’)  and as the HR Head might get threatened by such direct connection efforts!  Again, one of the de facto expectations from the layer below the CEO (e.g. in HR Head in this case) might be to protect the CEO from unpleasant information/interactions and even to maintain convenient collective delusions . If this is the case, it becomes very difficult for the HR Head to allow this kind of interactions between the OD Manager and the CEO as the HR Head (and may be the entire HR function) might have to suffer the possible ripple effects of such interactions!  
    This is where the role of the jester comes in.  Jesters can draw attention to the blinds pots without making people defensive. Humor can go through the emotional defenses more easily as compared logic. Jesters can help the leaders to laugh at themselves. Jesters are less threatening because what the they say can be taken as a joke if the leader is not yet ready to accept the truth (and hence the jesters' 'intervention’ is an 'invitation to change' that does not ‘put the leader in a spot’).

    Now, let us explore how we can make the role of the jester work in the context of business organizations. The way of the jester requires a high level of wisdom and refinement as the jesters need to walk a very thin line between causing enlightenment and causing offense. Also, this line is a dynamic one and walking it requires a very high degree of situational and interpersonal awareness. To avoid becoming a threat to other functionaries in the court (read the direct reports of the CEO -including the HR Head) the jester should always remain as some sort of an underdog or a wild card and should also remain detached from the office politics. Some of the concepts outlined in ‘Wisdom-level consulting' and ‘A political paradox for OD and HR' might be useful in this endeavor.
    From a sustainability point of view, it would be best to create some sort of a formal mandate for the role  of the jester and provide it some sort of ‘diplomatic immunity’(so that the messenger does not get shot). Unless the OD Manager is mandated to be a ‘full-time jester’ (which might not be feasible as there are many other roles that the OD Managers play), we would also need some sort of  a signaling mechanism (corporate equivalent to the costume of the medieval jester) to indicate when the OD Manager is in the jester role.  Since elaborate costumes are not easy to put on and take off, maybe we can settle for a simple cap! If the organization is not willing to let the jester intervene whenever he wants to do so, there can be a designated 15 minutes ‘jester time’ in the middle of a business review meeting (where the jester gets to be an observer/'fly on the wall')!

    If the business leader is not open to the interventions from the jester in the context of a meeting (where his direct reports are also present), this can be done on a one-to-one basis (at least to begin with). To be sustainable, the jester has to become a cherished rather than a tolerated presence. This can be accomplished by helping the business leaders to realize their mistakes by allowing them to see it for themselves. Rather than directly contradicting/confronting the business leader, the jester can encourage the business leader (by showing enthusiasm for the idea that the business leader has come up with) to think through the idea to its logical conclusion, so that the business leader herself/himself can realize its absurdity.  To make this happen, the jester should have high degree of business understanding (insight to the organizational truth) in addition to perceptiveness, wit and interpersonal sensitivity/awareness.

     It has to be noted that the jester is not just for the CEO. The jester is for the entire company. This role is relevant for facilitating change at all levels. Jesters can also facilitate creative problem solving – as creative problem solving requires questioning basic assumptions and exploring new (unusual) ways to look at old problems. Since these need to be facilitated across the organization, we might have to create 'jesters at all levels' or enable the employees to 'discover the jesters in themselves'!!   
    So my fellow OD professionals, what do you think about this? Can the ‘jester role’ be made a part of the OD Manager’s job description?  Is it likely to work?  Do you want to explore the art of being a jester?
              Unseasonable Winter Weather Takes A Bite Out Of Georgia's Peach Crop   
    Despite a bad growing season, there were peaches for sale recently at a small stand at the Mulberry Farmer's Market in Macon, Ga. The fruit caught the eye of Linda Marlow, visiting from the West Coast. "We're from California so we want Georgia peaches," Marlow said with a laugh. California, by the way, produces more peaches than other state in the country. It isn't like this is a novelty for Marlow. "Well yeah, but we expect they are going to be better here," Marlow said. For a lot of people up and down the East Coast, Georgia is synonymous with peaches. Think about it; when have you ever heard someone wax poetic about a California peach? Turns out, though, Georgia peaches, and Southern peaches in general, are having a really tough year. Mark Sanchez is the CEO of Lane Packing in Fort Valley, Ga. It's one of the big growers in the four county area smack in the middle of Georgia where peaches come from. His office by the loading dock is in fact in Peach County. He says climate is the
              A sense of place, a spirit of place   

    Pendry

    It’s a frigid morning in mid-December just off Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the temperature barely north of 20 degrees. But as he prepares to conduct a tour of the still-under-construction Sagamore Pendry hotel, on the waterfront in the city’s Fells Point neighborhood, Alan Fuerstman ’78 seems oblivious to the elements. Fuerstman is the founder, chairman, and CEO of Montage International, the California-based ultra-luxury hotel and resort management company that he founded 15 years ago and that he’s led with the same laser vision he’s exhibiting now—as he steps off Thames Street, passes beneath the hotel’s massive arched entrance, and wades into a small army of construction workers in hard hats. Weather? What weather?

    Alan Fuerstman ’78 and a view from what would soon be the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore.For Fuerstman, the Sagamore Pendry represents a departure from the business model that has produced five wildly successful Montage properties—in California (Laguna Beach and Beverly Hills), Utah, South Carolina, and Hawaii. In 2014, in collaboration with his son Michael, Fuerstman set out to create a new brand of hotels in markets that still demanded top-shelf amenities and service but could not support a Montage property’s nightly room fee, which starts around $600. “That may not be a 600-square-foot room; it may be a 350- or 400-square-foot room,” Fuerstman said earlier this morning, over breakfast at the nearby Four Seasons, by way of explaining the Pendry difference. “It may not be a five-fixture bath; it may be a three-fixture bath.”

    Still, let’s be clear: No one will ever mistake the Sagamore Pendry for a Motel 6. The new hotel, a $60 million project, features a steakhouse restaurant, a whiskey bar, a 4,500-square-foot ballroom, two 550-square-foot conference rooms, and a second-floor outdoor pool with views of the Inner Harbor and the Baltimore skyline. The typical room comes with a private balcony, a king-sized bed, millwork paneled walls, and marble accents. Nightly rates start at $359, before taxes.

    Leading the tour of the hotel, sidestepping wheelbarrows, portable heaters, panels of plywood and sheetrock, a thousand or so electrical wires snaking along the floors, and a beehive of laborers, Fuerstman can hardly contain his excitement. At one point, after reciting a litany of the hotel features—historical, geographical, architectural, and otherwise—he said, “This hotel is destined to be one of America’s finest.”

    Fuerstman knows a thing or two about America’s finest hotels. He’s staked his long and fruitful career on providing wealthy travelers with lavish accommodations, impeccable service, and a white-glove attention to detail. Surely he endeavors to repeat that success with the Pendry brand, and his track record gives him plenty of reason for optimism. With the 2003 opening of the 250-room Montage Laguna Beach—30 acres of palm-treed paradise overlooking the Pacific Ocean—Fuerstman sought to redefine ultra-luxury hospitality. He wanted to break away from what he calls the “old-school style” of luxury, which he saw as too pretentious. “I thought the next generation of luxury travelers were looking for a more gracious, humble approach to it,” Fuerstman said, “where you could be as comfortable in a luxury hotel or resort in jeans as you are in a tuxedo. Where you could still appreciate the craftsmanship, the attention to detail. But it didn’t need to be surrounded in the traditional trappings of luxury.”

    To his delight, Fuerstman was right about that next generation, and he was pleasantly surprised to learn that the old-school crowd likewise embraced the Montage approach. His colleagues and competitors have taken note. While developing Montage into one of the leading ultra-luxury hotel brands, Fuerstman has received some of the industry’s highest honors, including the 2014 Robert Mondavi Wine and Food Award, presented by the Collins College of Hospitality Management at Cal Poly Pomona (previous winners, besides its namesake, include the culture-bending chefs Julia Child and Alice Waters). Today, Montage employs about 3,400 people and manages more than $1 billion in residential real estate, and this year the company expects to generate revenues in excess of $400 million.

    Fuerstman enrolled at Gettysburg as a political science major, figuring one day he’d go on to law school. He got his start in hospitality while still in high school in New Jersey, working as a doorman at the Saddle Brook Marriott, a job he returned to each summer while attending Gettysburg. Even from his lowly station at the hotel, Fuerstman fell hard for the business. Law school would have to wait. “I loved the energy, the excitement, the complex business strategy, the tactics, the competitiveness of the industry,” he said.

    FuerstmanAfter graduating, Fuerstman took a job as a bell captain at the Rancho Las Palmas Resort in California, a Marriott International property with five restaurants and a 27-hole golf course. He was on his way, changing jobs every few years and gaining valuable experience at each stop. He helped open multiple hotels for Marriott, including the company’s signature property, the Desert Springs, in Palm Desert, California. At the El Conquistador Resort and Country Club in Tucson, then an ITT Sheraton property, he took his first job as general manager. In 1994, he was named president and managing director at The Phoenician, in Scottsdale, Arizona, then ITT Sheraton’s flagship luxury hotel. And four years later he was tapped by Steve Wynn, the casino mogul, to help open Wynn’s newest property, the 3,000- room Bellagio on the Las Vegas Strip.

    By 2000, Fuerstman had achieved a heady ascent in a demanding industry, but he was just getting started. He’d always had an entrepreneurial spirit, and he began to entertain notions of his own hotel company based on his outside-the-box ideas about luxury travel. He partnered with Pierre Omidyar, the founder of eBay, who became an investor in Fuerstman’s fledgling company. Then, he found a property under construction—initially intended to be a Ritz-Carlton—on the oceanfront in Laguna Beach. “When I stepped on the property in Laguna,” Fuerstman recalled, “I fell in love with it and knew that it would be the ideal platform.” He arranged to buy the property in a deal worth about $200 million.

    Now, all he needed was a name for his company.

    Those who work closely with Fuerstman marvel at his ability to excel in so many aspects of hotel management, even down to architectural design. At Laguna Beach, as he would with all subsequent properties, Fuerstman wanted to incorporate design elements that reflected the surroundings. The cookie-cutter approach would not suffice. “I was searching for a more authentic experience,” Fuerstman said. “A sense of place, a spirit of place.”

    Laguna Beach is a well-to-do arts community, midway between Los Angeles and San Diego, whose architecture is strongly influenced by the Craftsman style popularized in the early 20th century. When Fuerstman first toured the future hotel site, the architectural plans had been drawn and construction had begun. But in the hotel’s fifth-floor main lobby, with its panoramic view of the Pacific, he saw an opportunity to fulfill his aesthetic vision. The lobby had been designed to be enclosed by a solid glass wall. Fuerstman wanted to take full advantage of the stunning vista, so he had installed large sliding glass doors instead—as he said, “to bring the outside in and the inside out.”

    “It changed the feel and experience the moment you walk in there,” said James Bermingham, the executive vice president of operations for Montage International. “It’s a small example of the eye that he has. I don’t think I would have seen that until after we opened.”

    Fuerstman has known Bermingham since his days at The Phoenician, and when he started Montage he placed one of his first phone calls to Bermingham, who was then managing two hotels in Washington, D.C. Bermingham toured the property in Laguna Beach and came away duly impressed. He called his wife, Priscilla, told her he was inclined to accept Fuerstman’s offer, and said she should fly out to see the property. “She said, ‘If it’s Alan Fuerstman, and you really like it, I don’t need to come out,’” Bermingham recalled. “For a mother of young kids to say, ‘We’ll go, sight unseen, because it’s Alan Fuerstman,’ that really says it all.”

    Fuerstman was getting ready to announce the acquisition of the Laguna Beach property. But he still hadn’t decided on a name for his company. He went to his advertising agency, which suggested hundreds of names. He rejected every one. He went to his public relations company and offered a $10,000 reward for anyone who came up with a winning name. He rejected every one of them as well. Time was running out.

    Drawing on Laguna Beach’s history as an artists’ colony, Fuerstman consulted an online art reference guide. When he got to the M’s, he came across the term montage. It said something about an “artful collection.” Fuerstman thought the name reflected perfectly the vision he had for his business. “I wanted to create a collection of individuals coming together doing extraordinary things,” he said.

    So, what makes a Montage property? “Style of service, the warmth, the approachability of our staff, the incredible execution of service, the physical attributes of the property, the amenities, the food and beverage, the spa experience,” Fuerstman said. “Ultimately, it all comes together to create an experience where, if you stay at a Montage hotel or resort, you’re made to feel different. And it’s more experiential than marketing hype.”

    Success came quickly. In 2008, just five years after the opening of Montage Laguna Beach, industry leaders chose Fuerstman as the Resort Executive of the Year. Five years later he received an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. The following year came the Mondavi Award. Along the way, he’s been featured in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, and Travel & Leisure has listed Montage properties in South Carolina, Hawaii, and Beverly Hills, among the top 100 hotels in the world. Montage residences routinely carry multimillion-dollar price tags (a Montage Beverly Hills residence recently sold for $23 million). Today, Fuerstman and his wife, Susan, a lawyer, live at Montage Laguna Beach.

    For Fuerstman, part of the joy of creating Montage has been bringing his four children into the business. His younger son, Drew, a musician, performs at the hotels. His older daughter, Heather, was spa manager in Laguna Beach for five years. His other two children are full-time employees (and both had their weddings at Montage Laguna Beach). Jessica Fuerstman-Byrne is the communications manager for Montage International. Michael Fuerstman, 33, the cofounder and creative director of Pendry Hotels, speaks by phone with his father multiple times a day. “He’s a very average person, and I mean this in the most flattering way,” Michael says. “What he’s done is exceptional. But he is very much a simple, everyday kind of guy. I think it’s served him really well. He listens to his instincts. That mindset allows him to relate to both our guests and our associates in a way that a corporate executive persona typically does not.”

    No detail escapes Fuerstman (center) and Project Manager David Hoffman (right) on site with writer Christopher Hann.

    For Alan Fuerstman, the location of the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore was a key attraction. The hotel, which opened in March, consumes an imposing, four story brick building atop Recreation Pier—Rec Pier, the locals call it—a long-neglected but historically significant site. Built in 1914, Rec Pier served as the landing point for thousands of newly arrived immigrants processed just across the Patapsco River at the Locust Point immigration station. But the building had been vacant for years when Kevin Plank, founder and CEO of Under Armour, the sportswear behemoth, bought it in 2014 for $3.4 million (Under Armour’s headquarters sit directly across the river from the Sagamore Pendry; Plank goes back and forth in a local water taxi). When Plank moved forward with his hotel plans, he asked Pendry to manage the property.

    Alan Fuerstman considered Rec Pier the perfect locale, in the perfect neighborhood, for the second Pendry hotel (the first, in downtown San Diego, opened in February). Fells Point, whose cobblestone streets house Maryland’s first National Historic District, is known mostly for its concentration of bars, restaurants, and nightclubs, and for its funky bohemian edge. “Fells Point is a gem of a location,” Fuerstman said. “It speaks to the emerging vibrancy that we’re looking for.”

    On April 1, the hotel’s ballroom was the site of a reception and dinner on behalf of Gettysburg Great: The Campaign for Our College, an event that Fuerstman, a longtime donor and a Trustee since 2006, helped make possible. President Janet Morgan Riggs ’77 was among the College leaders who made the 60-mile trip to Baltimore to meet with local alumni and donors and promote the campaign.

    Since the mid-1990s, Fuerstman has provided the College with event space, free of charge, at Montage and other properties. He’s also provided Montage internships for Gettysburg students with free event space at Montage and other properties.

    Robert Kallin P’12, the vice president of development, alumni and parent relations, credits Fuerstman with bringing together Gettysburg alumni, parents, and donors from across the country. “Alan has been very generous by providing an extremely attractive venue around which we can build momentum in support of the College,” Kallin said. “It’s enabling others to stay engaged, and I think that’s an important contribution.”

    Surrounded on three sides by water—it’s a pier, after all—Rec Pier enabled Fuerstman to fulfill his vow to design each of his properties with a strong sense of place. Thus, the look of the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore was driven by a nautical theme, its 128 rooms designed to resemble ship’s quarters, with half of them offering water views. During construction, work crews dredged from the river bottom three 19thcentury cannons. One of them will be displayed beneath a glass floor in the whiskey bar, known as the Cannon Room. The ballroom, restored to its former grandeur, will accommodate weddings and other events for up to 300 people. Guests will approach the ballroom from a grand marble staircase sheathed in red carpet. “It’s going to be the best ballroom in Baltimore,” Fuerstman said.

    It’s not a boast as much as a vision, the sort of vision that has propelled Fuerstman through a career in luxury hospitality now approaching four decades. Whether from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor or California’s Laguna Beach or Hawaii’s Kapalua Bay, it seems Fuerstman is forever peering at some distant horizon. Later this year, Pendry will begin construction of its third property, in West Hollywood, California. And next year, in Cabo San Lucas, at the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, Montage International will open its first hotel outside the United States.


              Reunion Weekend highlights: Alumni recognized for doing great work   

    Reunion Weekend is always a time for alums of any class year to return to campus, catch up with old friends, connect with professors, and celebrate their Gettysburg spirit.

    This year’s Reunion Weekend was no different. With the annual Sara Lee/Butter Krust Baking Gettysburg College Golf Classic celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Alumni College providing attendees an opportunity to return to the classroom, and an all-class reception and fireworks show on Saturday evening, there was plenty for our alumni to do.

    The weekend—along with Commencement two weekends before—also served as an opportunity to elevate select alumni for accomplishments in particular categories: Distinguished Alumni, Meritorious Service, and Young Alumni Achievement in the areas of Career Development and Service to the College.

    “These alumni are shining examples of what we mean when we say that a Gettysburg education sets you up to do great work and lead great lives,” explained Susan Pyron ’83, Associate Vice President for Annual GivingAlumni and Parent Relations. “These awards are the highest ones given by the Alumni Association, and we are proud to recognize these alumni for their accomplishments and service.”

    The alums recognized this year join the ranks of other distinguished alumni like Three-Star General and Judge Advocate General Flora Darpino ’83, Executive Director of UNICEF Carol Bellamy ’63, former NAACP president and CEO Bruce Gordon ’68, and founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Conservation Fund Patrick Noonan ’65.

    Check out photos from Reunion Weekend—and of the alumni award recipients— on Flickr.

    Dr. Inga Musselman ’82, President Janet Morgan Riggs ’77, and Dr. John Hohneker ’81.

    Dr. Inga Musselman ’82, President Janet Morgan Riggs ’77, and Dr. John Hohneker ’81.

    Dr. John Hohneker ’81, Distinguished Alumni

    John Hohneker ’81 is President of Research and Development at FORMA Therapeutics Inc., a privately held biopharmaceutical company focused on finding new medicines for people with cancer and other serious diseases.  He is also a member of the Board of Directors for Dimension Therapeutics Inc, a publicly traded gene therapy company.

    Over the past 25 years, he has been committed to drug discovery and development, including 14 years at Novartis – where he was most recently responsible for the global development of the immunology, rheumatology, and dermatology product pipelines.  He has played a key role in the development, approval, and/or commercialization of 14 new drugs.

    Hohneker, a medical oncologist, has served on the research committee of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, as well as the Institute of Medicine’s Cancer Policy Forum. Today, his contributions to the scientific community appear in numerous publications.

    A member of Skeptical Chymists and Phi Beta Kappa at Gettysburg, Hohneker graduated with a BA in Chemistry. He received his MD from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Rutgers Medical School (Robert Wood Johnson Medical School), in 1985.

    Dr. Inga Holl Musselman ’82, Distinguished Alumni

    Inga Holl Musselman ’82 is the Interim Provost and Professor of Chemistry at The University of Texas at Dallas. She has received numerous research grants and has contributed to a host of scientific publications, all while handling a progressively larger administrative workload. She also has six patents/patent applications for her exceptional work in the lab.

    Following her graduation from Gettysburg, Musselman earned her PhD in Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1988, and completed her postdoctoral research in Materials Science from North Carolina State University in 1991.

    Musselman was a member of the College’s field hockey team and Skeptical Chymists. She graduated in 1982 with a BA in Chemistry and received departmental honors for her academic achievements.

    President Janet Morgan Riggs ’77, Fred Reimer ’07, MacGregor Jones ’67, Sarah Hitch Burdi ’87, and Marsha Comegno ’94.

    President Janet Morgan Riggs ’77, Fred Reimer ’07, MacGregor Jones ’67, Sarah Hitch Burdi ’87, and President of the Alumni Board of Directors and College Trustee Marsha Comegno ’94.

    Sarah Hitch Burdi ’87, Meritorious Service Award

    Sarah Hitch Burdi ’87 graduated from Gettysburg College with a BA in Sociology and a minor in English, and served as an Orientation Leader, a member of PanHellenic Council and Alpha Delta Pi, was active with the campus radio station, WZBT, and was part of the American Marketing Association.

    As a devoted alumna, she served on the Alumni Board of Directors from 2004 to 2013, including four years as the vice president of the Outreach Committee, and was also a key player in the birth of the Board’s new Development Committee. Her volunteer service began immediately after she graduated as an Admissions Volunteer for the College’s Key Alumni Resource Effort, and also includes service on several Reunion Committees—including co-chair for her 20th—as an active member of the Baltimore and Chicago Alumni Clubs, as a Class Agent, and as a Gettysburg Career Connections volunteer, through which she’s hosted student externs, among other efforts.

    She currently serves as Director at the Baylor Health Care System Foundation in Texas.

    MacGregor Jones ’67, Meritorious Service Award

    MacGregor Jones ’67 graduated with a BA in Business Administration and was a member of Phi Gamma Delta and the golf team.

    Despite a demanding career in the computer field and as a business owner, he has made service to Gettysburg a priority. The pinnacle of that commitment came as a member of the Board of Trustees from 2000 to 2006, and he was conferred Trustee Emeritus status in 2010. Prior to that, he served on the Commission on the Future’s Economics & Management task force, the Life Safety Task Force, the Sophomore Rush Advisory Committee, the Board of Fellows, the Alumni Executive Board, as a Class Officer, the Athletics and Recreation Facilities Committee, and as a frequent Reunion Committee volunteer.

    He has been retired for the last 18 years, while still engaging in a variety of energy projects aimed at improving fuel and engine efficiency, as well as reducing harmful emissions.

     D. Alan P.J. Manning ’02, Young Alumni Achievement Award for Career Development

    Alan Manning ’02 is the Executive Vice President at Planetree, Inc., a mission-based non-profit dedicated to pioneering methods for personalizing, humanizing, and demystifying the healthcare experience. Also, he is Co-Founder and Vice President of Kisses from Katie, Inc., an organization dedicated to providing resources to critically ill children, their families, and the people who are dedicated to caring for them. His inspiration for both of these endeavors was the loss of his daughter, Katie, at six months of age due to a congenital heart defect.

    As a student, Manning was heavily involved at Gettysburg College, serving as Residence Coordinator; President of Campus Activities Board; Service Intern for the Center for Public Service; Program Coordinator for Sandtown Projects and Literacy Programs; and a Student Representative to the Board of Trustees.

    He received a BA in Psychology and Sociology from Gettysburg College in 2002. He later received his MA in Public Administration from Fairfield University in 2016.

    Kimberly Wojcik ’02, Young Alumni Achievement Award for Career Development

    Kim Wojcik ’02 has served as a Special Agent to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) since 2007 and is currently assigned to the Counterterrorism Division in Newark, New Jersey. She has worked investigations for both violent crimes against children and counterterrorism. Her efforts have earned her the designation of a Subject Matter Expert in Domestic Terrorism.

    Wojcik operated as both a Uniformed Division Officer and Special Agent in the United States Secret Service from 2002-2007. She was entrusted the critical responsibility of providing protection to the President, Vice President, foreign heads of state and their families.

    She graduated from Gettysburg College with a BA in Psychology and minor in Religious Studies in 2002. While at Gettysburg, she was a member of Gamma Phi Beta, a Project Manager for the Center for Public Service (CPS), an Orientation Leader, and she participated in the Semester at Sea in 2000.

    Troy Cassel ’02, Young Alumni Achievement Award for Service

    Troy Cassel ’02 graduated from Gettysburg College with a BA in Political Science and was a fully engaged student. He was a leader in Student Senate, the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, and Allies, as well as a recipient of the Linnaean Award in 2001.

    That engagement has continued as an alumnus. He has participated in the Garthwait Leadership Center Alumni Mentor Retreat, the Allies 25th Anniversary Panel, and the National Campaign Steering Committee for Gettysburg’s Unfinished Work Campaign. Cassel served on his 15th Reunion Committee and currently serves as an Admissions Volunteer for the College’s Key Alumni Resource Effort.

    Professionally, he is the Director of Special Projects at Mobile Health, an employee screening and occupational health provider for more than 300 New York businesses.

    Fred Reimer ’07, Young Alumni Achievement Award for Service

    Fred Reimer ’07 was an incredibly active campus leader as a student, and that has continued to be his mantra as an alumnus.

    He graduated with a BA in Economics and a minor in Mathematics and was a member of the varsity lacrosse team, President of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, and Student Senate Treasurer.

    Reimer has been a key link in strengthening the nationally recognized Gettysburg Network by hiring 10 Gettysburg graduates, and has also served as the Phi Delta Theta Alumni House Corporation President. He’s also involved with Phi Delt nationally, serving as a regional representative and resource for other chapters. With Gettysburg, he has also been an active and frequent participant in the Garthwait Leadership Center Alumni Mentor Retreat, served on the BOLD Council for five years, co-chaired his 5th and 10th Reunion Committees, and promoted Gettysburg to prospective students as an Admissions Volunteer for the College’s Key Alumni Resource Effort.

    Professionally, he is the Managing Director of KWA Analytics US, an energy and commodity trading consulting and software firm.


              Science, race, and comic books: Xavier Harding ’12 writes for    

    As a science and tech reporter, Xavier Harding ’12 would say that his favorite assignment to date focused on a comic book—Marvel’s Ta-Nehisi Coates-led reboot of Black Panther, to be precise.

    There are a myriad of reasons why this assignment stands out to him above the countless others he’s worked on.

    For starters, it was an assignment that he conceived of himself while working at Popular Science (PopSci), a print- and web-based media outlet that shares the latest scientific developments with the general public. After reading the comic, Harding was intrigued by the advanced technology portrayed in the fictional east African nation of Wakanda—technology that easily outpaces the already advanced multiverse filled with scientific-experiments-turned-superheroes like Iron Man, Captain America, and the Hulk.

    It also served as an opportunity for him to combine his interests in the intersection of science, technology, and race. Black Panther was Marvel’s first black superhero, and artist Brian Stelfreeze draws upon African culture and history to influence the design of the innovative technology found throughout the series.

    But if Harding is being perfectly honest with himself, it was a story that excited his inner comic book nerd.

    “The whole time, I was giddy with nerd excitement,” Harding explained. “I contacted Marvel and within minutes they got back to me, saying that they were into the idea. I was talking with the lead artist less than a week later. When I think of all of the stories I’ve written, that’s the one I had the most fun writing.”

    A scene from Marvel's Black Panther, depicting people using the kimoyo bead technology, the design of which was influenced by African culture.

    A scene from Marvel's Black Panther, depicting people using the kimoyo beads, the design of which was influenced by African culture.

    Now, Harding is a tech and gaming reporter for Mic, a media company catering to millennials. The move finds him focusing on more of what he loves—a web-only media strategy—while still reporting on the subjects that interest him.

    It’s a perfect position for the New York City-native who knew early on in his college career that he wanted to go into digital journalism. In fact, it was that awareness that drove the focus of his individualized studies major—journalism in the digital age—and served as the foundation for many of his career exploration opportunities—including internships with both LAPTOP Magazine and The Gettysburg Review.

    But it was the opportunities to study abroad that originally attracted Harding to study at Gettysburg.

    “I first heard of Gettysburg at a college fair. The rep mentioned that over 50% of students at that time studied abroad. That really interested me because I knew I wanted to study in a Spanish-speaking country, and clearly, the College does a good job of helping you get there.”

    Headshot of Xavier Harding

    Harding ended up spending a semester on the Yucatan peninsula in Mérida, Mexico. He took classes that allowed him to explore his interests in journalism and media, lived with a local family,—the Los Pintos—and was immersed in both Mexican and Mayan culture.

    On campus, Harding was a member of the improvisation group Shots in the Dark, participated in the Latin American Student Association, worked with WZBT radio station, regularly took advantage of activities and workshops provided by the Office of Multicultural Engagement, and played on a few intramural teams.

    “Meeting so many different types of people at Gettysburg, and being able to spend a semester in Mexico, those are experiences that added up to something more than the sum of its parts,” Harding said. “I’m able to talk to and relate to many different types of people—it’s a skill that has gotten me far, and Gettysburg has definitely helped me do that.”

    It’s helped him to achieve his career goal of working in digital media, with a resume that includes stints at IBT Media, as well as the aforementioned PopSci and Mic.

    It’s also helped him to find ways to combine his interests in science and equality-related issues, too—beyond his Black Panther story.

    “When I was working at PopSci, it really became clear to me that I need to cover science, technology, and gaming from a lens of race and inclusion,” Harding said. “Everyone uses these products, but if you don’t have people from all walks of life influencing the design, it won’t work for all of the people who are intended to use it.”

    Now, he strives to highlight stories that elevate people, products, and perspectives that might not otherwise break into mainstream news—like his story on the CEO of Black Girls Code, one on visually-impaired gaming, and another on the depiction of black characters in video games.

    It’s work that continues to excite him, and it is that excitement that serves as the foundation of career advice he’d offer to current students, too.

    “When you know what career path you want to pursue, don’t be shy about it,” Harding said. “It’s cliché, but know what you want to be doing and be eager about it, be un-coolly adamant about it. The more you put yourself out there and the more you make a habit of doing great work, the more people will start to take notice. It’s taken me a while, but it’s served me well.”


              Effective Inventory Management Key to Improved Productivity and Profitability Reports Ultriva   

    Cupertino, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/08/2016 -- Ultriva by Upland, the leader in cloud-based collaborative supply chain solutions, described in a recent company blog, that global manufacturers, from $200M+, face extraordinary risk without a firm control of effective inventory management. Supply chain professionals working with purchasing and procurement managers wrestle with practical daily aspects of inventory management, from determining optimal inventory levels, to selecting the best storage locations, to ensuring inventory accuracy.

    All of these processes are designed to improve productivity and profitability through better inventory management. Ultimately this issue of forecasting, replenishment, and investment analysis lands squarely at a C-level decision-maker, often the CEO or CFO.

    "When you really look at the raw materials or the components that you are getting from your external supplier the big challenge is having the right part at the right place at the right time," noted Narayan Laksham, Ultriva founder

    To read the entire blog, go to: http://bit.ly/1RHSnt8

    About Ultriva by Upland
    Ultriva's cloud-based collaborative supply chain solutions solve challenges by creating a demand responsive network that extends from manufacturer's customers, through their plants and out to their supply chain partners. Global manufacturers using Ultriva benefit from more responsive and flexible supply networks and reduce inventory costs by an average of 35-40 percent per plant and improve customer delivery performance.

    Ultriva (http://www.ultriva.com) seamlessly integrates with leading ERP (SAP, Oracle, and others) to deliver an end-to-end pull-based replenishment solution, including eKanban. Based in Cupertino, CA, Ultriva by Upland implements a global demand-driven manufacturing model by providing full visibility, scheduling, and sequencing of production of customer orders. The global footprint is increasing rapidly with implementations in wide variety of industry sectors and enterprises such as Magellan Aerospace, CareFusion, Emerson, Ingersoll Rand, McKesson, Triumph Group, Regal Beloit, and Thermo Fisher.

    Follow Ultriva by Upland on Twitter at @Ultriva.

    About Upland Software
    Upland Software is a leading provider of cloud-based Enterprise Work Management software. Our family of applications connects people through technology, automates the flow of work, and brings visibility to all aspects of organizations. With more than 1,600 customers and over 225,000 users around the world at the beginning of 2015, Upland Software solutions help teams in IT, marketing, finance, professional services, manufacturing, and process excellence run their operations smoothly, adapt to change quickly, and achieve better results every day.

    To learn more, visit http://www.uplandsoftware.com

    For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/effective-inventory-management-key-to-improved-productivity-and-profitability-reports-ultriva-659015.htm

    Media Relations Contact

    Cindy McGowan
    Marketing Manager
    Ultriva
    Telephone: 408-961-2495
    Email: Click to Email Cindy McGowan
    Web: http://www.ultriva.com


              Positioning Inventory to Improve Productivity and Profitability According to Ultriva   

    Cupertino, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/08/2016 -- Ultriva by Upland, the leader in cloud-based collaborative supply chain solutions, described in a recent company blog, that global manufacturers, from $200M+, face extraordinary risk without a firm control of effective inventory management. Supply chain professionals working with purchasing and procurement managers wrestle with practical daily aspects of inventory management, from determining optimal inventory levels, to selecting the best storage locations, to ensuring inventory accuracy.

    All of these processes are designed to improve productivity and profitability through better inventory management. Ultimately this issue of forecasting, replenishment, and investment analysis lands squarely at a C-level decision-maker, often the CEO or CFO.

    "When you really look at the raw materials or the components that you are getting from your external supplier the big challenge is having the right part at the right place at the right time," noted Narayan Laksham, Ultriva founder

    To read the entire blog, go to: http://bit.ly/1RHSnt8

    About Ultriva by Upland
    Ultriva's cloud-based collaborative supply chain solutions solve challenges by creating a demand responsive network that extends from manufacturer's customers, through their plants and out to their supply chain partners. Global manufacturers using Ultriva benefit from more responsive and flexible supply networks and reduce inventory costs by an average of 35-40 percent per plant and improve customer delivery performance.

    Ultriva (http://www.ultriva.com) seamlessly integrates with leading ERP (SAP, Oracle, and others) to deliver an end-to-end pull-based replenishment solution, including eKanban. Based in Cupertino, CA, Ultriva by Upland implements a global demand-driven manufacturing model by providing full visibility, scheduling, and sequencing of production of customer orders. The global footprint is increasing rapidly with implementations in wide variety of industry sectors and enterprises such as Magellan Aerospace, CareFusion, Emerson, Ingersoll Rand, McKesson, Triumph Group, Regal Beloit, and Thermo Fisher.

    Follow Ultriva by Upland on Twitter at @Ultriva.

    About Upland Software
    Upland Software is a leading provider of cloud-based Enterprise Work Management software. Our family of applications connects people through technology, automates the flow of work, and brings visibility to all aspects of organizations. With more than 1,600 customers and over 225,000 users around the world at the beginning of 2015, Upland Software solutions help teams in IT, marketing, finance, professional services, manufacturing, and process excellence run their operations smoothly, adapt to change quickly, and achieve better results every day.

    To learn more, visit http://www.uplandsoftware.com.

    For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/positioning-inventory-to-improve-productivity-and-profitability-according-to-ultriva-656252.htm

    Media Relations Contact

    Cindy McGowan
    Marketing Manager
    Ultriva
    Telephone: 408-961-2495
    Email: Click to Email Cindy McGowan
    Web: http://www.ultriva.com


              Narayan Laksham Leads Ultriva Cloud-Based Supply Chain Solution to Strong Growth for Fiscal 2015   

    Cupertino, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/02/2015 -- Ultriva, a leader in collaborative supply chain solutions, announced year-end 2015 results which include customer and vertical milestones, product enhancements, and strong overall company growth across all dimensions of its business.

    New milestones achieved during the year include:

    - 30 new plants deployed in 7 countries
    - Dramatic Growth in profitability
    - Ultriva's partnership with SaaS ERP companies resulted in customers in the SMB (Small and Medium Business) market
    - Closing in on 300 manufacturing facilities in 20 countries using Ultriva
    - More customers establishing Pull with their customers

    "We are proud to be closing out another great year, highlighted by major customer wins in new verticals and strong profitability growth," said Narayan Laksham, CEO of Ultriva. "Our global customers select Ultriva to help them achieve maximum inventory velocity through demand-driven supply chains. 2016 will be the year that we emphasize continuous expansion."

    Current supply chain management systems often lack the tools necessary to quickly and cost effectively react to the constant stream of changes in customer demand, production schedules and supply deficiencies that are so common in today's global markets. Having to rely on different systems with multiple tools is often expensive, time-consuming and inefficient. Ultriva's technology supports true collaboration and execution between manufacturers and their supply chain partners to enable seamless performance and increased revenue.

    Ultriva's cloud-based collaborative supply chain solutions solves challenges by creating a demand responsive network that extends from manufacturer's customers, through their plants and out to their supply chain partners. Global manufacturers using Ultriva benefit from more responsive and flexible supply networks and reduce inventory costs by an average of 35-40 percent per plant and improve customer delivery performance.

    About Ultriva
    Ultriva's (http://www.ultriva.com) cloud-based platform leverages seamlessly integrates with leading ERP and MRP systems, to deliver an end to end pull based replenishment solution. Ultriva, based in Cupertino, CA, implements a global demand driven manufacturing model by providing full visibility, scheduling, and sequencing of production of customer orders. Ultriva was named one of the Great Supply Chain Projects of 2014 by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine and recently named one of 50 Best Supply Chain Blogs of 2014 by SupplyChainOpz. The company's global footprint is increasing rapidly with implementations in wide variety of industry sectors and enterprises such as Magellan Aerospace, CareFusion, Emerson, Ingersoll Rand, McKesson, Triumph Group, Regal Beloit, Thermo Fisher, and more.

    Follow Ultriva on Twitter at @Ultriva

    For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/narayan-laksham-leads-ultriva-cloud-based-supply-chain-solution-to-strong-growth-for-fiscal-2015-638279.htm

    Media Relations Contact

    Cindy McGowan
    Marketing Executive
    Ultriva Inc.
    Telephone: 408-961-2495
    Email: Click to Email Cindy McGowan
    Web: http://www.ultriva.com


              Ultriva Reports Strong Growth Fiscal 2015 Due to Demand for Cloud-Based Supply Chain Solutions   

    Cupertino, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/26/2015 -- Ultriva, a leader in collaborative supply chain solutions, announced year-end 2015 results which include customer and vertical milestones, product enhancements, and strong overall company growth across all dimensions of its business.

    New milestones achieved during the year include:

    - 30 new plants deployed in 7 countries
    - Dramatic Growth in profitability
    - Ultriva's partnership with SaaS ERP companies resulted in customers in the SMB (Small and Medium Business) market
    - Closing in on 300 manufacturing facilities in 20 countries using Ultriva
    - More customers establishing Pull with their customers

    "We are proud to be closing out another great year, highlighted by major customer wins in new verticals and strong profitability growth," said Narayan Laksham, CEO of Ultriva. "Our global customers select Ultriva to help them achieve maximum inventory velocity through demand-driven supply chains. 2016 will be the year that we emphasize continuous expansion."

    Current supply chain management systems often lack the tools necessary to quickly and cost effectively react to the constant stream of changes in customer demand, production schedules and supply deficiencies that are so common in today's global markets. Having to rely on different systems with multiple tools is often expensive, time-consuming and inefficient. Ultriva's technology supports true collaboration and execution between manufacturers and their supply chain partners to enable seamless performance and increased revenue.

    Ultriva's cloud-based collaborative supply chain solutions solves challenges by creating a demand responsive network that extends from manufacturer's customers, through their plants and out to their supply chain partners. Global manufacturers using Ultriva benefit from more responsive and flexible supply networks and reduce inventory costs by an average of 35-40 percent per plant and improve customer delivery performance.

    About Ultriva
    Ultriva's (http://www.ultriva.com) cloud-based platform leverages seamlessly integrates with leading ERP and MRP systems, to deliver an end to end pull based replenishment solution. Ultriva, based in Cupertino, CA, implements a global demand driven manufacturing model by providing full visibility, scheduling, and sequencing of production of customer orders. Ultriva was named one of the Great Supply Chain Projects of 2014 by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine and recently named one of 50 Best Supply Chain Blogs of 2014 by SupplyChainOpz. The company's global footprint is increasing rapidly with implementations in wide variety of industry sectors and enterprises such as Magellan Aerospace, CareFusion, Emerson, Ingersoll Rand, McKesson, Triumph Group, Regal Beloit, Thermo Fisher, and more.

    Follow Ultriva on Twitter at @Ultriva

    For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/ultriva-reports-strong-growth-fiscal-2015-due-to-demand-for-cloud-based-supply-chain-solutions-636369.htm

    Media Relations Contact

    Cindy McGowan
    Marketing Executive
    Ultriva Inc.
    Telephone: 408-961-2495
    Email: Click to Email Cindy McGowan
    Web: http://www.ultriva.com


              CN ON: TTC Suspends Two Workers On First Day Of Drug Testing   
    Toronto Star, 11 May 2017 - CEO says results 'concerning' but justify transit agency's push for substance abuse checks Well that didn't take long. Two TTC employees have been suspended for being impaired on the job after they both failed tests on the first day of the transit agency's new random drug and alcohol testing program.
              CN ON: TTC Moves Forward On Random Drug Testing   
    Toronto Star, 19 Apr 2016 - CEO Tells Workers Arbitration On Issue Was 'taking Far Too Long' To Finish After years of being stuck in arbitration, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is moving ahead on random alcohol and drug testing of its employees.
              Saracens gearing up for trip to Philadelphia   

    IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Innovation and experimentation are part of being Saracens, according to the club's CEO Heath Harvey, and that's why he had no doubts about taking on Newcastle Falcons in Philadelphia.


              ACEO, textured mini art card collage olive by SewDanish   

    14.00 USD

    ACEO = Art Cards: Editions, Originals
    This ACEO is an original, a true One Of A Kind small art collage. It is part of a series of four cards.
    The collage is made from papers all decorated and designed by me, except for the golden metal. The final design in mounted on 140 lb water color paper for a firm support. This mini hand made picture is unique.
    The ACEO if ready for collecting, mounting and framing, a special little gift or....

    The ACEO measures 2.5inch x 3.5inch (6.4cm x 8.9cm)
    The ACEO comes packed in a protective cellophane bag.

    You might be interested in seeing the rest of my shop :-)
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/SewDanish?ref=si_shop


              [6.30] Ecommerce News You Should Know: Delivery Hero’s Valuation Surpasses $5B Following Successful IPO   

    Here’s what you should know today. 1. Nike confirms it’s opening up an Amazon shop CEO Mark Parker has confirmed the companies are currently testing out a partnership.  “We’re in the early stages but we really look...

    The post [6.30] Ecommerce News You Should Know: Delivery Hero’s Valuation Surpasses $5B Following Successful IPO appeared first on ecommerceIQ - Ecommerce in Southeast Asia, Reports, Data, Insights.


              Amazom.com Switches Sides on Net Neutrality   

    In a startling guest column on CNET yesterday, Paul Misener, vice president for global public policy at Amazon.com, for all practical purposes reversed his company’s stand on network neutrality, particularly the controversial non-discrimination rule, which would prohibit ISPs from creating and charging providers of large-scale content, applications and commerce for faster broadband connections and tiered quality of service.

    In his column, Misener concedes what many free market bloggers and friends have argued for years: that the net neutrality rules are a solution in search of a problem, and that large providers like Amazon already invest in techniques that ensure quality delivery of content and apps, albeit at the edge, not within the network cloud. Misener writes:

    First, there have been almost no Net neutrality violations. Opponents of Net neutrality rules say this record demonstrates that regulation is unnecessary--that Net neutrality is "a solution in search of a problem." But actually, the threats of legislation (since 2007) and FCC regulation (since 2009) have kept the network operators on their best behavior.

    Moreover, Net neutrality has become a populist consumer issue in a way that few FCC issues ever have (try Web-searching the terms "Net neutrality" or, more humorously, "series of tubes"). So, it's hard to imagine policymakers adopting laws or rules that would condone popular notions of Net neutrality violations.

    Second, the legal/regulatory uncertainties have, understandably, dissuaded network operators from making investments in new technologies and services that might subsequently be found to violate Net neutrality. Unfortunately, some observers seem to think that this uncertainty hurts only the network operators and their suppliers, but consumers and content providers also are suffering, albeit unwittingly, from the lack of new services that might otherwise be available.

    Misener goes on to suggest that if freed from the uncertainty regulation, ISPs might develop competitive alternatives to leased lines and web caching that will serve consumer, carrier and content provider interests—the “win-win-win” of the article’s headline.

    If paid performance enhancement for some content is equally available and does not degrade the performance of other content, then it should be permissible. And, following this principle, in addition to moving, leasing private lines, and edge caching, Internet content providers (and consumers) should be able to purchase "quality of service" or "managed services" from network operators on the same basis--equal availability and no harm to other content.

    Along with Amazon, Microsoft, Expedia, Yahoo and Sony also have backed off from onetime hardline support. Just last October, it’s CEO Jeff Bezos, co-signed an Open Internet Coalition letter supporting regulation. Back in 2006, Misener himself was warning about the potential of ISP abuse of their network to throttle Internet discourse.

    Even Google, which has been funding the Open Internet Coalition, has been sending mixed messages on the regulation for more than a year.

    What changed? Well, the FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski’s plan to reclassify broadband Internet service as a regulated “telecommunications service,” all for the sake of pushing a network neutrality agenda, is shaking the entire U.S. Internet industry to its senses. For companies like Amazon, when the FCC’s power was circumscribed around carriers, network neutrality was “regulation for thee, but not for me.” It’s significant that Misener raises the issue of investor uncertainty, an ISP talking point that network neutrality proponents have in the past pooh-poohed. Reclassification would give the FCC broad discretionary powers over the entire supply chain for broadband services. And if the FCC can regulate ISP business models, which is essentially what net neutrality is all about—who says it won't, under its new self-styled mandate to regulate all things broadband, it won’t start regulating other Internet business models as well? Given the Obama administration’s immense appetite for regulatory adventurism and its willingness to use (and arguably abuse) discretionary executive branch powers to get around Congress, it could be that many companies that once thought themselves outside Washington's regulatory purview are now rethinking their desire to ride the president’s industrial policy tiger.

    Using the same reasoning applied to ISPs and their network technology, regulatory zealots have started talking about “search neutrality” in the context of the Google and its search algorithms. Apple’s exclusive iPhone arrangement with AT&T draws regular fire. Amazon’s Kindle is proprietary to Amazon—you can’t use the e-book reader for books purchased from other on-line retailers (although I understand Kindle will read PDF documents). Who’s to say the FCC won’t demand e-book neutrality?

    I don’t like to make predictions, but I think that Genachowski’s push for reclassification is going to blow up in his face. Congress, which sees it as an executive branch overstep, is already unhappy about it. In business circles, regulatory jockeying and rent-seeking might be part of the Washington culture, but it’s notable that companies like Amazon are signaling that, given the choice between paying ISPs for tiered quality of service or the threat of wholesale imposition of a “Mother, may I” regime on their present and future business relationships, they will stand up for their the freedom to conduct business without government intrusiveness.


              Comment on Ten minutes in Mexico: An unnecessarily tense moment with Customs and Border Protection by http://africansabroadconnect.com/forum/posts/id_27364/   
    Buy Ray Bans Aviator the contribution of men and women with equivalent category. Gian Giacomo Ferraris Group emphasized the tremendous progress over the past few years: 'When I joined the Group as CEO in 2009, the entire series is very easy to do with one of those bags. For more details, 'the spirit of Dior Exhibition' started this drama about classic and heritage, Italian luxury brand Bottega Veneta (Bottega Veneta) is the leader in luxury brands, revolutionized the concept with consumers. Funny how he really loved? 67-year-old Paul Smith still innocent like a child, will benefit from the low-end consumer markets expand and footwear industry concentration increased. Financial support and brand influence by virtue of improvement obtained after the listing, but also open the door to the legendary passwords, France 182, in addition to H M creative design director Ann- Sofie Johansson and creative advisor Margareta van den Bosch. The jury selected eight finalists fashion students were: Magdalena Brozda (Poland - Geneva University of Art and Design), Mr. Han in criminal liability also the plaintiff should bear corresponding civil liability, she and Johnny George with the perfect male model. <a href="http://africansabroadconnect.com/forum/posts/id_27364/" rel="nofollow">http://africansabroadconnect.com/forum/posts/id_27364/</a> [url=http://africansabroadconnect.com/forum/posts/id_27364/]http://africansabroadconnect.com/forum/posts/id_27364/[/url]
              Comment on Matthew Kenney’s RAW Cooking Intensive: A carnivore’s journey into the world of meatless cooking by http://comunidad.proyectolatin.org/blog/view/98012/mbt-shop-freiburg-360848   
    Buy Ray Bans Aviator the contribution of men and women with equivalent category. Gian Giacomo Ferraris Group emphasized the tremendous progress over the past few years: 'When I joined the Group as CEO in 2009, the entire series is very easy to do with one of those bags. For more details, 'the spirit of Dior Exhibition' started this drama about classic and heritage, Italian luxury brand Bottega Veneta (Bottega Veneta) is the leader in luxury brands, revolutionized the concept with consumers. Funny how he really loved? 67-year-old Paul Smith still innocent like a child, will benefit from the low-end consumer markets expand and footwear industry concentration increased. Financial support and brand influence by virtue of improvement obtained after the listing, but also open the door to the legendary passwords, France 182, in addition to H M creative design director Ann- Sofie Johansson and creative advisor Margareta van den Bosch. The jury selected eight finalists fashion students were: Magdalena Brozda (Poland - Geneva University of Art and Design), Mr. Han in criminal liability also the plaintiff should bear corresponding civil liability, she and Johnny George with the perfect male model. http://comunidad.proyectolatin.org/blog/view/98012/mbt-shop-freiburg-360848 http://comunidad.proyectolatin.org/blog/view/98012/mbt-shop-freiburg-360848
              SCGC: So much aid for growers   
    "WE could not have expected anything better than this," says Sugar Cane Growers Council CEO Sundresh Chetty of Government's $60 million allocation to the Sugar Ministry in the 2017-2018 National Budget.
              Vermont Works announces new leadership to bolster innovation, job growth   
    Vermont Works Management Company LLC, a new investment firm planning to invest millions of dollars in Vermont companies, recently announced two leadership appointments to its team. South Hero attorney Mark Naud will become the executive director of the firm’s Vermont Innovation Commons, a planned purpose-built co-living/working space in downtown Burlington. Elisabeth Robert, the CEO of […]
              TARGET CEO to AMAZON: Bring it!   

    TARGET CEO to AMAZON: Bring it!


    (First column, 7th story, link)



              Arsenal FC CEO defends the Wenger Deal, says they are focused on delivering more quality oriented signings   
    In a recent interview, the CEO of Arsenal, Ivan Gazidi has assured the supporters that the team management is making all possible attempts to fetch some great players in the team in order to boost the strength of the squad. He also said that he strongly defends the decision of handing over a new contract…
              Data Science Intern/M.Sc. Thesis   

    Data Science Intern/M.Sc. Thesis

    Data Science Intern/M.Sc. Thesis. ‘Five years from now we’ll be active in areas we haven’t yet dreamed of’. Harold Goddijn, CEO TomTom. [Link to Full Article]

              Overwatch Razer Blade GTX 1060 (laptop)   

    Specs: Razer Blade GTX 1060 Intel Skylake Core i7-6700HQ CPU, quad-core 2.6 GHz (3.5GHz boost) GTX 1060 (laptop) with 6GB GDDR5 VRAM 16 GB DDR4 … source

    Посмотрите, может интересно?The Witcher 3 Razer Blade GTX 1060 (laptop)Far Cry 4 Razer Blade GTX 1060 (laptop)Grand Theft Auto V Razer Blade GTX 1060 (laptop)18 Core CPUs!? — Intel Xeon E5 2699 v3 Processor Overclocking & TestingNew 17.3 Razer Blade Pro W/GTX 1080- BEAST!!!The New Razer Blade with NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1060Razer Blade Pro (2016) key features explained by Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan

    Запись Overwatch Razer Blade GTX 1060 (laptop) впервые появилась Информационно развлекательный портал.


              Driller - Davis mining - Trout Lake, BC   
    The Winslow mine is in an exploratory phase this year and drilling will be required throughout the summer months.The CEO of Davis Mining Corp is a very...
    From Indeed - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 04:41:50 GMT - View all Trout Lake, BC jobs
              For AI startups, more funding is often not the answer   

    One of the hottest areas for VC investment at the moment is AI/machine learning — that includes artificial intelligence algorithms, related machine learning systems, neural networks, and back-end processing to produce insightful and self-learning applications. As Nvidia’s CEO recently said: Software may be eating the world, but AI is going to eat software AI investment […]


              NWO Stooge Boy:Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook Can Fill the Role Played by Churches   
    Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants his social network to fill the role that churches and social clubs once did in communities....

    - Poster: Anonymous Coward (UID 73915903) - Views 45 - Replies 3

              ‘Carbon targets potentially fatal’ says VW chief   

    Martin_Winterkorn_Beijing_Golf_GTEThe boss of Europe’s largest carmaker has warned that increasingly stringent emissions regulations handed down by the European Commission could prove ‘fatal’ for the industry. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, who as Volkswagen Group CEO oversees the successful Audi, Porsche, and Bentley brands among others, said that new regulations beyond the 95 ...

    The post ‘Carbon targets potentially fatal’ says VW chief appeared first on ecomento.


              Elk Grove Village CEO Gets 9 Years For Defrauding Investors Of $9M   
    Gregory Webb was convicted last year of nine counts of mail and wire fraud for bilking more than 200 investors.
              Former Bank CEO Not Guilty In Fraud Case Tied To Ex-Country Club Hills Police Chief   
    Dirksen Federal BuildingThe feds put Robert Michael on trial last week for alleged fraud, lies and money laundering tied to a real estate deal with disgraced former Country Club Hills Police Chief Regina Evans.
              Ex-Bank CEO Goes On Trial For Fraud Tied To Ex-Country Club Hills Police Chief   
    Robert Michael, the former CEO of the failed Citizens Bank played the role of federal defendant Monday as prosecutors put him on trial for alleged fraud, lies and money laundering tied to real estate deals involving disgraced former Country Club Hills Police Chief Regina Evans.
              Financial Firm CEO Arraigned On Fraud Charges   
    The CEO of a Florida financial firm was arraigned in federal court in Chicago Thursday amid charges of selling $179 million in fraudulent loans to a Milwaukee investment company.
              LOUIS VUITTON, Supreme : Louis Vuitton x Supreme Scarf(FW2017)   
    Category: Fashion Accessories / Mufflers & Stoles Gender: Men Brand: LOUIS VUITTON, Supreme Today’s Louis Vuitton menswear show in Paris was a celebration of the style of New York in all its artistic, eclectic, sybaritic, and liberated variousness. Inspired by the artists and parties that have shone brightly in the city, it was crammed with elegantly expressed underground references. A frayed cashmere and leather herringbone marquetry jacket was informed by Jean-Michel Basquiat’s style: “I love the way he wore very good, expensive clothes and then treated them very roughly,” said menswear artistic director Kim Jones, in a preview. The LV archive illustrations on silk shirting were a nod to disco-era decorative abandon. One very apparent and very anticipated slice of New York that featured in the show was Louis Vuitton’s collaboration with Supreme, the emblematic brand founded there in 1994 by James Jebbia. Shortly before the show, in his studio, Jones explained how it came about. “It was Michael Burke, the CEO of Louis Vuitton, called me up one day and said, ‘Do you know the people at Supreme because I’m really interested in the brand and I’d like to talk to the founder,’ who’s James Jebbia, who I know. So I said you can get his number off me if we can do a collaboration with them! And we sort of started there. Michael was very into it and very supportive.” The collaboration has been in development for around a year, Jones said. In his studio the fruits of it were everywhere; from sneakers, backpacks, bags, backpacks, fannypacks, cardholders, and wallets in Epi leather to baseball shirts, pants, and jackets in a mashed-up LV x Supreme monogram pattern on chambray and camouflage. Even Jones’s smartphone is currently housed in an LV x Supreme case. Not everything in the studio, which Jones kindly let us photograph, will go in the show, he said: “We’re going to drop the bags in different colors in different places at different times. We’ve been talking with James about that too, of course. It’s about respect.” He added: “This has taken about a year to get together. And everyone’s thrilled about it. In this world where everyone wants the new, new, new, it’s nice to be able to throw in something that’s completely fresh. Like the Chapman brothers pieces for Spring/Summer—that’s selling out completely. All I’m trying to do is create customer excitement and create things that I enjoy.”
              BREAKING: Damning Podesta PizzaGate Evidence Unsealed    


    BREAKING: Damning Podesta PizzaGate Evidence Unsealed
    Published on Jun 26, 2017
    The House intelligence committee this week plans to interview John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign chairman whose hacked email account became central to Russianmeddling in the US election last year. But will they question him about the murder of Seth Rich? Will they ask him about he and his brother Tony'spossible involvement in a child sex trafficking ring? Will they ask him about their possible connection to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann? Will they ask him about the disturbing audio of someone who sounds like John Podesta abusing a child? David Zublick unseals the horrible truth in this special report!

    John D. Podesta
    John D. Podestawas a temporary CEO for the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, the campaign chairman for the 2016 Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign, a director at the Center for a New American Security (think tank), is the founder of the Center for American Progress (think tank), a director at the ClimateWorks Foundation, and Anthony T. Podesta’sbrother.

    Note: Open Society Foundations was a funder for the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, and Center for American Progress.        
    George Soros is the founder & chairman for the Open Society Foundations, a co-chair, national finance council for the Ready PAC (Ready For Hillary), was the chairman for the Foundation to Promote Open Society, and a supporter for the Center for American Progress.  
    Foundation to Promote Open Society was a funder for the Center for American Progress, the ClimateWorks Foundation, and the Aspen Institute (think tank).
    Ready PAC (Ready For Hillary)supported the 2016 Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign.    
    Anthony T. Podestawas a fundraiser for the 2016 Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign, is John D. Podesta’s brother, and an advisory board member for the Center for a New American Security (think tank).
    Center for a New American Security (think tank) was a contributor for the Palantir Technologies Inc.
    Palantir Technologies Inc. uses technology for the Global Human Trafficking Hotline Network, is a contractor for the U.S. Department of Defense, a contractor for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, a contractor for the U.S. Department of Justice, a contractor for the U.S. Special Operations Command, the New York City Police Department is their client, a partner with the Polaris Project, and was a funder for the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation.
    U.S. Department of State was a funder for the Polaris Project.
    Hillary Rodham Clinton was a secretary for the U.S. Department of State, a director at the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, and the candidate for the 2016 Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign.
    Madeleine K. Albright was the secretary for the U.S. Department of State, a director at the Center for a New American Security (think tank), is a director at the Center for American Progress, and a trustee at the Aspen Institute (think tank).
    Center for a New American Security (think tank) was a contributor for the Palantir Technologies Inc.
    John D. Podestawas a director at the Center for a New American Security, a temporary CEO for the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, the campaign chairman for the 2016 Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign, is the founder of the Center for American Progress (think tank), a director at the ClimateWorks Foundation, and Anthony T. Podesta’s brother.
    Anthony T. Podestais an advisory board member for the Center for a New American Security (think tank), John D. Podesta’s brother, and was a fundraiser for the 2016 Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign.
    Center for a New American Security (think tank) was a contributor for the Palantir Technologies Inc.
    William J. Perrywas a director at the Center for a New American Security (think tank), and a director at In-Q-Tel.
    Norman R. Augustine was a director at the Center for a New American Security (think tank), and a trustee at In-Q-Tel.
    In-Q-Telis an investor in the Palantir Technologies Inc.
    Michael G. Mullenis a trustee at In-Q-Tel, and was the vice chairman of review board that investigated the 2012 attack on U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya in 2013.
    Thomas R. Pickering was the chairman of review board that investigated the 2012 attack on U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya in 2013, a U.S. ambassador for Russia, an undersecretary for the U.S. Department of State, and a lifetime trustee at the Aspen Institute (think tank).
    Madeleine K. Albright was the secretary for the U.S. Department of State, a director at the Center for a New American Security (think tank), is a trustee at the Aspen Institute (think tank), and a director at the Center for American Progress.
    Center for a New American Security (think tank) was a contributor for the Palantir Technologies Inc.
    In-Q-Telis an investor in the Palantir Technologies Inc.
    Palantir Technologies Inc. uses technology for the Global Human Trafficking Hotline Network, is a contractor for the U.S. Department of Defense, a contractor for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, a contractor for the U.S. Department of Justice, a contractor for the U.S. Special Operations Command, the New York City Police Department is their client, a partner with the Polaris Project, and was a funder for the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation.
    U.S. Department of State was a funder for the Polaris Project.
    In-Q-Telis an investor in the Palantir Technologies Inc.
    William K. Reillywas a trustee at In-Q-Tel, and is the chairman emeritus for the ClimateWorks Foundation.
    John D. Podesta is a director at the ClimateWorks Foundation, the founder of the Center for American Progress (think tank), Anthony T. Podesta’s brother, was a temporary CEO for the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, the campaign chairman for the 2016 Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign, and a director at the Center for a New American Security (think tank).  
    Center for a New American Security (think tank) was a contributor for the Palantir Technologies Inc.
    Palantir Technologies Inc. uses technology for the Global Human Trafficking Hotline Network, is a contractor for the U.S. Department of Defense, a contractor for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, a contractor for the U.S. Department of Justice, a contractor for the U.S. Special Operations Command, the New York City Police Department is their client, a partner with the Polaris Project, and was a funder for the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation.
    William J. Perrywas a director at the Center for a New American Security (think tank), and a director at In-Q-Tel.

              Eastman Dedicates 2013 Freedom Award in Honor of Veteran's Day   
    Eastman Chemical Company and Chairman and CEO Jim Rogers today held a dedication ceremony in celebration of the company’s recent honor as a recipient of the 2013 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award. The event also served to recognize the many men and women who have served in the military in honor of Veteran’s Day.
              Eastman Board Appoints Mark Costa CEO Effective January 1, 2014   
    Eastman Chemical Company (NYSE:EMN) today announced that the Board of Directors has appointed Executive Vice President Mark J. Costa President effective immediately and Chief Executive Officer effective January 1, 2014. The Board also appointed Costa as a Director, effective immediately, to serve until the Annual Meeting of Stockholders in 2014.
              Full Representation. Full Inclusion. Full Force Ahead!   

    Happy New Year and Welcome to 2016! The New Year provides us with an opportunity to pause, reflect, and start fresh. Almost exactly one year ago at CES, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced Intel’s bold goal to achieve full representation … Read more >

    The post Full Representation. Full Inclusion. Full Force Ahead! appeared first on Jobs@Intel Blog.


              'Healing Children': A Surgeon's Take On What Kids Need   
    For parents, the thought of a child being sick or hurt can be a heart-stopper. Fortunately, for those who do confront such realities, there are doctors like Kurt Newman . Newman is president and CEO of Children's National Health System , known as Children's National, in Washington, D.C. He started there as a surgeon more than 30 years ago. In his memoir , Healing Children: A Surgeon's Stories From The Frontiers Of Pediatric Medicine, he argues that children are not just smaller, softer adults, and that the differences matter for their treatment. This interview has been edited for length and clarity. Interview Highlights Medically speaking, how are children distinct from adults? It starts with size. In some cases, you need special equipment, or you might need special medications that work differently on children. Their biology is different. They're more resilient. They bounce back. They heal better. And then there's a whole idea about development — for example, the developing brain. You
              Former Siemens & GE execs found Securadyne, acquire SecureNet as platform for growth   
    Carey Boethel and Ken Francis go into business; financial partner, Pamlico Capital, ready to fund additional acquisitions
    03/01/2012
    Martha Entwistle

    DALLAS—Carey Boethel and Ken Francis, two well-known industry veterans, announced this morning that they’ve founded a new systems integration firm called Securadyne Systems, and acquired SecureNet,  a Dallas-based security integrator, as a platform for growth.

    With backing from Pamlico Capital, the phase-one strategy for Securadyne is “to build a Southeast regional company over the next two years. Phase two would be to achieve a national footprint,” Francis told Security Systems News.

    The duo plan to build a “unique solutions provider that leverages emerging IP and cloud-based technologies.”  Francis said systems integrators who focus on “strong advanced services will change the nature of the relationship between systems integrators and their enterprise customers.”

    Securadyne “intends to be on forefront of this change, and the result will be stronger relationships with end users and a more profitable business,” he added.

    Securadyne is actively looking for select acquisitions.
     
    Boethel, president and CEO of Securadyne, was most recently head of Siemens’ Security Solutions Business Unit in the United States, and VP and Business Unit Head for Canada. Ken Francis, COO of Securadyne, has worked for ADT, AMAG, and GE Security, where he led the Integrated Systems Product Group.  Most recently, Francis was worldwide VP of Sales & Marketing for UTC’s Security Products Group.
     
    Pamlico Capital is a $2 billion Charlotte, N.C.-based middle-market private equity group. Pamlico was an investor in Sonitrol, but exited when that company was sold to Stanley Works in 2008.

    Stuart Christhilf, principal at Pamlico, called Sonitrol a “very successful investment for us.” He said Pamlico had spent the past 12 to 18 months “looking at a host of different companies across the space.” Pamlico does not currently have other security investments, but it is invested in several software, SaaS, hosted and managed services companies. Pamlico’s interest in those capabilities and ongoing interest in the security space “attracted us to the thesis that Carey and Ken have developed,” Christhilf said.

    Christhilf characterized Pamlico as a long-term investor interested in helping Securadyne grow over the next several years. “We’re really excited to back Carey and Ken. We think they’re the best team out there to put our money behind in this space. And we think SecureNet is a great platform from which to execute their strategy and to expand from there.”

    Brian Bergstrom, CEO of SecureNet, will continue to lead the SecureNet organization, which will retain its brand name. Bergstrom will join the Securadyne management team as GM of the company’s Texas and Oklahoma operations.  

    Francis said SecureNet had 2011 revenues of approximately $16 million and has about 79 employees. In addition to headquarters in Dallas, it has Texas branch offices in Austin and Houston and Oklahoma branch offices in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.

    Today’s deal is the result of an idea that Francis and Boethel came up with several years ago when the two were both working at Netversant. “We spent a great deal of time talking about this idea,” Francis said. “We had a business plan and we made presentations to bankers.” That was back around 2008, and it turned out the timing was not right, “so we both made career commitments, Carey to Siemens and me to GE Security … then last spring we got together and decided that in 2012 we’d like to do this.”
     


              Head Housekeeper - Motel 6/Studio 6 - Vallejo, CA   
    At Motel 6/ Studio 6, we work hard but we make sure to show our appreciation for our team members' contributions during our CEO Awards, Team Member Appreciation...
    From G6 Hospitality - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 11:28:22 GMT - View all Vallejo, CA jobs
              Property Maintenance - Motel 6/Studio 6 - Vallejo, CA   
    At Motel 6/ Studio 6, we work hard but we make sure to show our appreciation for our team members' contributions during our CEO Awards, Team Member Appreciation...
    From G6 Hospitality - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 11:28:21 GMT - View all Vallejo, CA jobs
              Từ 70 triệu đồng kiếm trăm triệu USD: Đi xe đạp mơ máy bay   

    Kể về câu chuyện khởi nghiệp tại sự kiện của Forbes, bà Trịnh Lan Phương, Nhà sáng lập, Chủ tịch HĐQT kiêm CEO Bibo Mart, cho hay, Bibo Mart đã bắt đầu với một con số rất ít ỏi, 130 triệu đồng. Chặng đường khởi nghiệp khá vất vả do bán lẻ Việt Nam còn thiếu rất nhiều điều kiện như con người, nền tảng công nghệ, năng lực quản trị. Theo bà Phương, công ty này đã mất 5 năm từ 2009-2014 để chuẩn bị nguồn lực, từ tài chính, con người, công nghệ và hệ thống quản trị. Việt Nam chưa có các trường đào tạo sẵn sàng cung ứng ngành nhân lực bán lẻ có chất lượng cho Việt Nam. Tuyển dụng nhân sự có chất lượng, đào tạo bài bản về ngành, có thể bắt nhịp công việc được ngay thực sự là một thách thức lớn. Ngoài ra, các doanh nghiệp bán lẻ truyền thống lại chưa có hệ thống công nghệ nền tảng. Cuối cùng là thách thức về năng lực quản trị. Khởi nghiệp từ bán sách, ông Trần Ngọc Thái Sơn, người sáng lập ra Tiki cho biết, số vốn ban đầu chỉ khoảng 70 triệu đồng và hơn 100 đầu sách được để trong gara xe của nhà. Tốt nghiệp thạc sĩ thương mại điện tử Đại học New South Wales, Úc năm 2007, từng làm việc cho một công ty quảng cáo trực tuyến của Thái Lan, sau đó Sơn "ra riêng", thành lập Công ty Tiki.
    Chia sẻ tại diễn đàn về bán lẻ
    Ông Sơn cho rằng, chất lượng hàng hóa, hàng không rõ nguồn gốc, xuất xứ,... thậm chí lừa đảo người tiêu dùng đã ảnh hưởng không nhỏ đến việc hình thành thói quen mua hàng qua mạng. Chính vì thế, Tiki luôn theo đuổi quan điểm bán hàng chính hãng tới người tiêu dùng. Bán lẻ trực tuyến đang cạnh tranh gay gắt với cửa hàng, tuy nhiên, Tiki vẫn chỉ chọn phương thức bán online. Sau 10 năm thành lập, Bibo Mart hiện được định giá 142 triệu đô la Mỹ, doanh thu trên 100 triệu đô la Mỹ. Công ty có 150 cửa hàng, đặt ở nhiều tỉnh thành trên cả nước. Mục tiêu của Bobo Mart là đạt 180 cửa hàng vào cuối năm nay và 500 cửa hàng vào cuối năm 2019.
    Năm ngoái, Tập đoàn VNG đã đầu tư 384 tỷ đồng (khoảng 17 triệu USD) vào Tiki. Thương vụ này khiến nhiều người bất ngờ, nhất là trong bối cảnh hàng loạt công ty thương mại điện tử của Việt Nam đã thuộc về các tập đoàn nước ngoài. Ngoài sách, Tiki đã mở rộng sang kinh doanh nhiều mặt hàng khác như điện tử, điện máy. Trước khi huy động vốn thành công từ VNG, Tiki được đầu tư bởi công ty Seedcom, quỹ CyberAgent Ventures và Tập đoàn Sumitomo. Từ xe đạp lên ô tô và mơ máy bay Đánh giá về thương mại điện tử hiện nay, bà Phương cho rằng: “Rõ ràng, chúng ta đi từ các phương tiện thô sơ. Bán lẻ truyền thống đang nỗ lực rất lớn để hiện đại hoá, bắt được các chuẩn mực quốc tế, từ một chiếc xe ô tô tiếp tục đi lên thương mại điện tử là máy bay, đương nhiên là rất thách thức rất lớn với doanh nghiệp Việt Nam”. Để tồn tại, Bibo Mart mạnh tay chi tiền để chiêu mộ những nhân sự hàng đầu ở nước ngoài. Thương mại điện tử đang chiếm tỷ trọng 15% tỷ trọng doanh số. Ở một khía cạnh khác, đặc điểm chung của tất cả các sàn TMĐT tại Việt Nam đều phải chấp nhận đó là "lỗ trên mỗi đơn hàng". Tổng cộng, trong vòng 11 tháng sau khi được VNG rót vốn, Tiki đã lỗ gần 255 tỷ đồng, tức “tiêu” hết gần 3/4 số tiền mà VNG đầu tư. Với việc sở hữu 38% Tiki thì VNG cũng đã ghi nhận khoản lỗ xấp xỉ 97 tỷ đồng trên báo cáo tài chính hợp nhất. Lãnh đạo của công ty thương mại điện tử này cho biết, khoản lỗ khủng đến từ việc đầu tư vào cơ sở hạ tầng kho bãi và việc xây dựng hệ thống thanh toán trực tuyến của Tiki. Bên cạnh đó, có một nhận định cho rằng các công ty thương mại điện tử ở Việt Nam luôn luôn lỗ trên mỗi đơn hàng. Và khi tổng lỗ của họ càng lớn, điều này cũng đồng nghĩa với việc họ ngày càng có nhiều đơn hàng hơn. Đánh giá về thành công của Tiki, Bibo Mart, bà Đinh Thị Mỹ Loan, Chủ tịch Hiệp hội các nhà bán lẻ Việt Nam, nhận định dù đứng trước các nhà bán lẻ tốt về tài chính, quản trị, kinh nghiệm, nhưng nhiều doanh nghiệp bán lẻ trong nước vẫn lớn mạnh. Những doanh nghiệp này có sự linh hoạt, thất bại thì làm đi làm lại và chịu khó học hỏi. Họ hiểu được trước sự cạnh tranh khốc liệt từ hội nhập, họ phải tự chuyển mình. Tuy nhiên, sự cạnh tranh giữa các đại gia ngoại tạo ra nhiều thách thức với các doanh nghiệp trong nước. theo Vietnamnet
              JUEVES DE REVÉS   
    JUEVES DE REVÉS Jueves De revés En el amor Mirando con tus ojos de fulgor A esa mujer de silueta complaciente, rostro pintado de rubor. Ella con altanería grandilocuente Conminó a decirte detente, no aspires a mis caricias “Esas delicias que tus ojos torpes miran, Sueños son de un grandioso sultán” Ojos moriscos los tuyos al desierto fueron a parar, Con las dunas y la soledad se juntaron en par. El balbuceo del adiós, a esa ilusión de tenerla Con tus ojos se resignaron a nunca ...
              Comment on Last Day to Save via Awesome Boxed Amex Offers! by Marie Cerletty   
    I have no affiliation with Boxed.com but thought you might find it interesting that Chieh Huang, the CEO of Boxed.com has promised to pay the college tuition of his employee's children. He believes that education was the one thing that created upward mobility in his own family. CBS story here: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/why-one-ceo-is-paying-for-college-for-his-workers-kids/
              After-Sale Support   

    BUSRide recently spoke with various motorcoach providers to discover what after-sale support means to them, and how they ensure that they are fulfilling customer service needs. Panelists include: Duane Geiger – president and CEO – CH Bus Sales Kevin Dawson – vice president, parts sales & business development – Prevost Scott Robertson – director, product […]

    The post After-Sale Support appeared first on BUSRide.


              Dying Sears Canada Saw Its Stock Skyrocket 189% on Friday Out of Nowhere -- What We Know   

    With a Nasdaq delisting scheduled for Monday, July 3, Sears Canada's stock jumped then slid on Friday, June 30. What's up? "I wouldn't count an acquisition out," Joshua Rodriguez, founder and CEO of CNA Finance told TheStreet in an email on Friday, June 30. "I've seen this quite a bit in the market. A company struggles to find footing after years of upset, files for bankruptcy, then is scooped up by a big player in its industry for pennies on the dollar.


              (USA-MS-Jackson) Executive Assistant / Jackson   
    This position is for an Executive Assistant with a location in Jackson, MS.Position Summary: The Executive Assistant provides a high level of administrative support to the Corporate executive team; The Executive Assistant enhances the executive team's effectiveness by maintaining schedules and providing information, administrative support and representing the executive office to others; The Executive Assistant must be professional, detail oriented and dependable and uses appropriate knowledge and skills to facilitate and maintain the workflow and all interactions pertaining to the executive offices.Essential Functions/Standards of Performance: The position functions and duties described below may not be the only requirements of the position; It may be necessary to follow other instructions or perform other related duties required by Valley Services, Inc.; Read and analyzes all incoming correspondence, submissions, and reports to determine their significance and plan their distribution; Communicate via phone and email on executive's behalf, managing communication with internal employees as well as external contacts; Handle all confidential material relevant to corporate operations; files and retrieves corporate documents, records, and reports; Compose financial reports, memos, letters, presentations, and other documents, using Word, Excel, and/or presentation software (Power Point); Manage and maintains the Executive teams schedule, including making appointments, arranging travel and establishing agendas; Provides a bridge for smooth communication between the President's office and internal departments; demonstrating leadership to maintain credibility, trust and support with senior management staff; Work independently in managing multiple projects and tasks with minimal work direction; Prioritizes work load requirements, anticipates problems and creates contingency plans as necessary; Complete confidential and/or complex assignments on behalf of the Executive team; Identifies and collaborates with appropriate staff and departments in preparing special projects; Organizes and follows through on work products and deadlines; Arrange and coordinate meetings and events; Other duties as requested by the CEO and other senior managementMinimum Requirements / Job QualificationsEducation/Experience: A high school diploma or equivalent required with a minimum of three (3) years of experience supporting C-Level Executives; Must be proficient in Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, Outlook and Power Point), possess strong organization skills and have the ability to establish priorities and a course of action handling multiple tasks; Must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; Experience in operation of basic office equipment required.Competencies: (The following competencies describe the knowledge, skills, abilities and attributes that lead to a successful employee in this position.); Must have extensive experience in the use of MS Office Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and other presentation software, and Excel; Must be able to prepare and assemble presentations; Excellent phone and scheduling skills; Possess a strong understanding of office procedures and practices; Must possess strong organizational skills for the efficient and successful handling and management of multiple projects and manage multiple deadlines; Proficient in written communications including clear and concise writing; Meticulous attention to detail with the ability to compose professional correspondence; Must be able to coordinate travel arrangements as needed; Concur knowledge a plus.Physical and Mental Efforts:Physical: Physical demand level is moderate with 10-30 pounds occurring occasionally; Intermittent sitting and standing with wide freedom of movement; Occasional lifting, bending, stooping, pushing, and pulling.Mental: Works with minimal supervision; Handles multiple projects; Concentrates for considerable periods of time and attends to de
              (USA-MS-Jackson) Commercial Segment Specialist - Healthcare Analytics   
    **About Us:** GE is the world's Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. Through our people, leadership development, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for global customers by speaking the language of industry. GE offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive compensation. GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer at http://www.ge.com/sites/default/files/15-000845%20EEO%20combined.pdf . Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. **Role Summary:** The Commercial Segment Specialist, Healthcare Analytics, is a leadership role that supports the team across the Central Zone for strategic projects and solutions in the GE Healthcare product portfolio across Healthcare Analytics. This role reports into the Global Commercial Segment Specialist for GE Healthcare Analytics and is designed to provide strategic product and workflow expertise to the product sales specialists and strategic account managers, including deal support and training. **Essential Responsibilities:** + Coach and train product sales specialists (PSSs) in the sale of Healthcare Analytics solutions as well as ensuring that the overall Healthcare Analytics operating plan is met. + Provide analytics sales expertise, coaching, and deal structuring across the entire GEHC commercial organization for a set geography – measured by pooled OP + Coaches and mentors sales organization on deal strategy and product compatibility at customer site – participate in in high-visibility customer meetings + Liaison to commercial product organization (inside sales, demo teams, technical sales specialists) providing domain expertise and visibility across designated product for designation zone + Work closely with Product Management, Product Marketing and Field Marketing to develop, execute and maintain programs and initiatives specifically designed to drive Orders, Revenue and Customer Experience. + Develop Analytics expertise in 1 of 3 care areas (1: HCD ICA, DI, DI Equipment Service 2: HCD VBC, GEHC Partners, Custom Services 3: CCS – LCS and Ultrasound, Life Sciences) to serve as a SME in sales opportunities, while advancing deals to closure. + Drive Healthcare Analytics product sales strategy, funnel development and management, territory development, while closing deals or assisting in closing deals within assigned geography. + Enable field teams to meet and exceed quarterly and annual quotas by providing product strategy, demo expertise, and deal support as necessary. + Actively monitor funnel analytics for national products, while conducting longer term gap analysis and funnel-build plans to coordinate with Field and Product teams + Act as liaison between field sales & P&L – insuring sales training, strategic approach, technical support of all field sales activities + Responsible for onboarding and training of new PSSs across designated geography + Serve as Sales leader liasion for commercial org. Coordinate issues, problem solve, and recommend suggestions for implementation to ensure product strategy is aligned with business goals – organize calls as needed across designation territory + Responsible for coaching and mentoring of PSSs in the sale of designated products, this may include jointly developing sales strategies, field ride-alongs and visits or creating training plans and opportunities. + Develop and maintain a high level of product knowledge of designated product portfolio, GE Healthcare and competitive products + Develop quota attainment business plan and/or account penetration strategies for key target accounts and provide management with a quarterly report of progress + Develop and maintain consultative sales relationships as needed with key-buying influences in key accounts, including multiple levels within the customer's organization including IT, department administrators, physicians, and the C suite to include - CFO, CIO, CEO and CMO, as well as be able to coach sales executives in these relationships. **Qualifications/Requirements:** Basic Qualifications: + Minimum 5 years experience working with IT analytics and business intelligence applications, preferably in health care + Minimum 5 years experience in the healthcare business segment and consultative sales/marketing experience including strategic selling and negotiationEligibility Requirements: + In-depth knowledge of and Experience in the Healthcare Technologies, IT, Analytics, Software markets and GE HCIT software solutions + Strong track record of successful sales quota attainment + Knowledge of GE Analytics solutions and GE competitors + Experience interfacing with both internal team members and external customers as a part of a solution-based sales process + Located within designated geography of position + Willingness to travel 50-70% + Unrestricted work authorization in the US, without sponsorship + Willingness to submit to and pass a drug test and educational, employment and criminal background checks. + To the extent you are applying for a position that requires you to operate a GE owned/leased, privately owned/leased or rental vehicle for company business, you must be willing to submit to a check of your driving record + Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job. **Desired Characteristics:** + 2 years of indirect or direct management experience + Minimum 8 years of consultative sales/marketing experience including strategic selling and negotiation + 5+ years specified product sales experience successfully selling GE Centricity solutions + Demonstrated strong strategic planning skills and performance track record + Strong communication skills to synthesize complex issues and communicate into simple messages + Demonstrated ability to energize, develop, and build rapport at all levels within an organization + Inclusive leadership style with a focus on personal involvement, trust and flexibility + Demonstrated aptitude and success in fostering solid, value-based executive customer relationships + Intellectual capacity to interpret trends and data, translating the information into actions and improvements + Able to present in front of large groups, deal with ambiguity and demonstrate composure in stressful situations where competing priorities must be managed + Solid process orientation, demonstrated resource management and allocation experience, and the ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously\#DTR **Locations:** United States; Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin; ChicagoGE offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive compensation. GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer at http://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdf . Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion​ of a background investigation and drug screen.
              Alexander McCobin: How This Millennial Became The CEO Of Conscious Capitalism   
    I spoke to Alexander McCobin, CEO of Conscious Capitalism, about his goals, his views on the conscious capitalism movement as a whole, what unique advantages millennials have in the business world, and his best pieces of career advice.
              Drew Houston: Why The Most Successful Entrepreneurs Solve Big Problems   
    I spoke to Drew Houston, the CEO and co-founder of Dropbox, about the unique qualities that millennials have, the challenges he faced while growing up companies, what he's learned about himself and business, what the culture of Dropbox is like, his hiring criteria, his future and best career advice.
              Jerry Stritzke: How He Leads REI, A Purpose-Driven Organization   
    I spoke to Jerry Stritzke, the CEO and President at REI, about his speech at the upcoming Conscious Capitalism 2017 event, how REI is attracting and retaining the millennial generation, their work culture, how they are evolving their business as it's being disrupted and his best career advice.
              Not Just CNN: AP Pushed Fake News to Fit Anti-Trump Narrative   
    The Associated Press pushed fake news about a meeting between the EPA Administrator and the CEO of Dow Chemical that never happened. CNN is not the only media organization that has pushed fake news. According to Breitbart, the Associated Press has also been caught publishing stories that are verifiably false. And again, this story was […]
              Fidelity CEO has 4 reasons bitcoin still isn’t mainstream   
    Bitcoin may not seem as though it needs much help these days, having soared more than 400% over the past 12 months, but the industry of digital currencies and blockchain—the underlying technology—needs to address some major issues if it is going to be viable for a broad and mainstream consumer base.
              Louis Moinet donates luxury timepiece to help orphans in India   
    Author: 
    ARAB NEWS
    ID: 
    1498942954465878200
    Sun, 2017-07-02 03:00

    Ateliers Louis Moinet has donated a luxury timepiece worth $10,000 to help improve the lives of orphans in India. The luxury Swiss watchmaker has donated a limited edition Twintech Chronograph LM-16.10.50 luxury timepiece to www.educateanorphan.org — the world’s first virtual charity developed by two teenagers to raise awareness about the plight of orphans and not plead for funds.

    Main category: 

              RAKICC delegation visits Cyprus   
    Author: 
    ARAB NEWS
    ID: 
    1498942954535879400
    Sun, 2017-07-02 03:00

    A delegation from RAK International Corporate Centre (RAKICC), a premium corporate registry for international business companies, traveled to Cyprus this week.
    Led by RAKICC CEO Joe Moynihan, the delegation held meetings with potential partners and industry advisers to discuss the benefits of international businesses incorporating in RAKICC. While in Cyprus, Joe Moynihan also spoke at the InvestPro Cyprus conference in Limassol on June 21.

    Main category: 

              Gander Mountain Will Keep Some Minnesota Locations Open   
    The CEO of the outdoor and sporting goods company that acquired Gander Mountain says the decision to close the Bemidji and Baxter Gander Mountain locations has been reversed. Marcus Lemonis, CEO of Camping World, said in a tweet on Thursday that the Bemidji and Baxter stores would now stay open afte...
              Scenes From the Inaugural PHL Innovation Picnic   

    Thursday evening could not have been a more perfect time for Philadelphia’s innovation crowd to descend upon the Navy Yard to bask in the sun and in the glory of how much the community has grown. Posted up at a picnic table all night was Cloudamize CEO Bob Moul, who managed to get nearly everyone…

    The post Scenes From the Inaugural PHL Innovation Picnic appeared first on Philadelphia Magazine.


              Unseasonable Winter Weather Takes A Bite Out Of Georgia's Peach Crop   
    Despite a bad growing season, there were peaches for sale recently at a small stand at the Mulberry Farmer's Market in Macon, Ga. The fruit caught the eye of Linda Marlow, visiting from the West Coast. "We're from California so we want Georgia peaches," Marlow said with a laugh. California, by the way, produces more peaches than other state in the country. It isn't like this is a novelty for Marlow. "Well yeah, but we expect they are going to be better here," Marlow said. For a lot of people up and down the East Coast, Georgia is synonymous with peaches. Think about it; when have you ever heard someone wax poetic about a California peach? Turns out, though, Georgia peaches, and Southern peaches in general, are having a really tough year. Mark Sanchez is the CEO of Lane Packing in Fort Valley, Ga. It's one of the big growers in the four county area smack in the middle of Georgia where peaches come from. His office by the loading dock is in fact in Peach County. He says climate is the
              This ISBN Conference Looks Like the Best One Ever   
    Farouk Shami, founder and chairman of Farouk Systems

    I’m really looking forward to attending the 2012 International Salon/Spa Business Network Conference with its “Be Inspired” theme on April 15-17 at the Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, California.

    What’s the International Salon/Spa Business Network? It’s comprised of more than 50 top salon and spa companies. Every company owns from two to 12,000 salons and/or spas, and together the member companies generate an astounding annual gross sales of more than $10 billion.

    Let me throw some other staggering ISBN statistics at you: Its membership represents more than 25,000 hair salons and spas, and employs more than 250,000 beauty professionals—who conduct more than 500 million client transactions per year! Its leaders are a Who’s Who of chain salon/spa owners and VIPs. A partial list: The ISBN president is Gordon Logan, founder and CEO of the incredibly successful Sports Clips. Paula Malloy Huerta, product development and marketing director for JCPenney Salons, is the past ISBN president. Currently, Jason Volk, CEO of Chatters Canada, and Paul Brown, owner of Paul Brown Hawaii Salons & Spas and product line, are ISBN vice presidents.

    And this year ISBN expects its largest conference ever—including record attendance—I’ve been told recently. There are a number of factors likely contributing to all this.

    However, you have to think that one huge reason has to be that at the conference ISBN will present its 2012 Legend Award to Farouk Shami, founder and chairman of Farouk Systems—the multinational corporation that manufactures the BioSilk and CHI brands that are sold in more than 100 countries. So many phrases describe industry icon Shami: a hairdresser’s hairdresser (he began his career working part time as a hairdresser, then became a salon owner), an artist, a visionary, an entrepreneur who personifies the American dream (he came to the United States in 1965 with $71), an educator, a celebrity (his appearances on “The Celebrity Apprentice”), a humanitarian (with donations to numerous charities and organizations worldwide), a politician (he ran for governor of Texas in 2009, but didn’t win the primary election) …

    I’m truly honored to sit on a panel and discussion (“Trends in Products and Services”) with him at the conference. Other panelists are Robert Yates, senior vice president of marketing at John Paul Mitchell Systems, and Patrick Neville, chief merchant for BeautyFirst and an ISBN board member. Jayne Morehouse, ISBN’s communications director and president of Jayne & company brand communications, will moderate.

    The conference will also feature:

    • A keynote by social-media guru Peter Shankman
    • Economist Alan Beaulieu discussing how to “Make Your Move” to maximize the future
    • Panels covering the state of the industry and governmental relations
    • Breakouts on online-reputation management and “A Window Into the Consumer’s Mind”
    • A special “2 to 10 Project” workshop
    • ISBN’s signature speed meetings with sponsors
    • The golf outing at nearby Trump National Golf Course
    • And plenty of time for networking (where are those ULTA Beauty people? Regis Corp.? Charles Penzone? Larry Walt of Design 1 Salons and Day Spas? Etc.)

    You still have time to register for the conference and congratulate Shami in person. Visit ISBN's website or call 866.444.4272.

    —Marc Birenbaum

    [Caption: The International Salon/Spa Business Network will present its Legend Award to Farouk Shami, founder and chairman of Farouk Systems, at its 2012 conference. Image courtesy of ISBN]


              Best Website to Check and compare best deals of the web   
    Globaldiscount24 collects prices directly from the main online websites (Ebay, Amazon, etc) and we update our site daily, which means that we have all the best deals prices and promotions available for you. Globaldiscount24 is more than a price comparison site . “We are completely independent from the manufacturers, helping shoppers save 50% on average on each shop, our free to use site aims to help shoppers save money on their shop” stated the CEO at GlobalDiscount24.com The website is fo
              Intrum Justitia und Lindorff haben fusioniert   
    Der Zusammenschluss von Intrum Justitia und Lindorff schafft das führende Unternehmen der Kreditmanagement-Branche Am 27. Juni 2017 wurde die Transaktion des Zusammenschlusses von Intrum Justitia und Lindorff abgeschlossen. Alle Unternehmen der Lock TopCo AS (Muttergesellschaft der Lindorff-Gruppe) gehören nun zur Intrum Justitia AB (publ). CEO und Präsident des zusammengeschlossenen Unternehmens ist Mikael Erikson, wie schon am 9. Juni 2017 kommuniziert wurde. Am 12. Juni 2017 hat die Europäi
              CNBC Million Dollar Portfolio Challenge - Bonus Bucks   
    Bonus bucks answers for 11/28

    1. In the story " Investors Short HK Property Stocks On China Slowdown" analysts expect property prices in Hong Kong to fall by how much next year?

    Answer: 10-15%


    2. The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee member Ben Broadbent said there is a risk of recession in the UK in what period?

    Answer: in the fourth quarter


    3. According to the CEO of DBS Bank, Piyush Gupta, how large are the bank's savings deposits in Singapore dollar terms?

    Answer: S$80 billion
              CNBC Million Dollar Portfolio Challenge - Bonus Bucks Trivia Answers   
    Bonus bucks answers for 11/2

    1. In a live interview on CNBC, Fifth Third Bancorp CEO Kevin Kabat said the bank increased its third quarter earnings through:

    Answer: “Loan growth, expansion of the margin”


    2. How much did UK gross domestic product grow in the third quarter, according to a report from the Office for National Statistics released this week?

    Answer: 0.5 percent


    3. Inflation in China is still running high but latest manufacturing data shows slowing growth. What do analysts at HSBC and RBC say should be China’s monetary stance?

    Answer: Targeted Easing
              Unseasonable Winter Weather Takes A Bite Out Of Georgia's Peach Crop   
    Despite a bad growing season, there were peaches for sale recently at a small stand at the Mulberry Farmer's Market in Macon, Ga. The fruit caught the eye of Linda Marlow, visiting from the West Coast. "We're from California so we want Georgia peaches," Marlow said with a laugh. California, by the way, produces more peaches than other state in the country. It isn't like this is a novelty for Marlow. "Well yeah, but we expect they are going to be better here," Marlow said. For a lot of people up and down the East Coast, Georgia is synonymous with peaches. Think about it; when have you ever heard someone wax poetic about a California peach? Turns out, though, Georgia peaches, and Southern peaches in general, are having a really tough year. Mark Sanchez is the CEO of Lane Packing in Fort Valley, Ga. It's one of the big growers in the four county area smack in the middle of Georgia where peaches come from. His office by the loading dock is in fact in Peach County. He says climate is the
              ACEO Original Aruba Watercolor Painting, Small ocean art card, beach decor, beach painting, beach watercolor, SharonFosterArt by SharonFosterArt   

    6.75 USD

    ACEO Aruba Original Watercolor Painting, Small ocean art card, beach decor, beach painting, beach watercolor
    An original painting in Watercolors on watercolor paper. Signed on the back, by Sharon Foster (me) - a Mississippi artist. Art is 2.5 by 3.5 inches

    All rights reserved (c) Sharon Foster 2017
    ACEO = Art Cards Editions & Originals
    ACEOs are always 2.5 by 3.5 inches. (About Baseball card size)They are fun to collect, can be in any medium and are highly addictive. ACEOs can be framed, displayed on easels, hung in small groups, and saved in books.
    Thanks for looking, SharonFosterArt


              ACEO Original Aruba watercolor painting original. Ocean art card, Small beach painting, miniature watercolor painting, SharonFosterArt by SharonFosterArt   

    7.00 USD

    ACEO Wild Side of Aruba watercolors paintings original. Ocean art card, Small beach painting, miniature watercolor painting
    An original painting in Watercolors on watercolor paper. Signed on the back, by Sharon Foster (me) - a Mississippi artist. Art is 2.5 by 3.5 inches

    All rights reserved (c) Sharon Foster 2017

    ACEO = Art Cards Editions & Originals
    ACEOs are always 2.5 by 3.5 inches. (About Baseball card size)They are fun to collect, can be in any medium and are highly addictive. ACEOs can be framed, displayed on easels, hung in small groups, and saved in books.
    Thanks for looking, SharonFosterArt


              ACEO Original Purple Flying Pig original watercolor painting, Flying pig art card, SharonFosterArt by SharonFosterArt   

    6.00 USD

    Original ACEO Purple Flying Pig original watercolor painting, Flying pig art card
    ** An original watercolor painting on watercolor paper.by Sharon Foster (c) 2017; all rights reserved
    ** 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches
    ** Well, you know I love the pigs

    Initialed on the front; signed on the back
    Thanks for looking, SharonFosterArt


              The Good and the Bad of the United CEO’s Follow Up to Flight 3411   
    The Good and the Bad of the United CEO’s Follow Up to Flight 3411

    It's good that United's CEO has taken responsibility for system problems. It's great that they are changing some policies. But why does he say they don't have a culture problem if employees aren't empowered? That sounds like "culture" and a "problem" to me.

    Continue reading The Good and the Bad of the United CEO’s Follow Up to Flight 3411 at Lean Blog.


              James Hereford – A #Lean COO from Stanford Becomes a Lean CEO at Fairview Health   
    James Hereford – A #Lean COO from Stanford Becomes a Lean CEO at Fairview Health

    In today's post, I write about James Hereford, a Lean thinker and leader who is now CEO of Fairview Health Services in Minnesota. I share some links to and highlights from a past podcast with him and other blog posts with his thoughts.

    Continue reading James Hereford – A #Lean COO from Stanford Becomes a Lean CEO at Fairview Health at Lean Blog.


              Anne Kennedy Remembered: Wife of EE Founder was 'Lamplighter' for Christ   
    Contact: Debra Revitzer, Evangelism Explosion International, 828-214-5686 ARDEN, N.C., May 17, 2017 /Christian Newswire/ -- The following is submitted by President and CEO of Evangelism Explosion International, Rev. John B. Sorensen, D.D.: Anne Lewis Kennedy went home Tuesday afternoon, May 16 to the Savior she loved and served for more than 60 years. Her home-going was all the sweeter for her, I believe, because it reunited her with her late husband, Jim Kennedy, the man who led her to Ch Source: Evangelism Explosion International
              Senior Accounting Manager - (Boston)   
    Job Description Biena recently closed its Series A funding and is poised for continued rapid growth. The company is looking for a Senior Accounting Manager based out of its headquarters in Boston, MA. This role will work closely with the company’s CFO and CEO to handle all day-to-day accounting and bookkeeping functions.
              Senior Accounting Manager - (Boston)   
    Job DescriptionBiena recently closed its Series A funding and is poised for continued rapid growth. The company is looking for a Senior Accounting Manager based out of its headquarters in Boston, MA. This role will work closely with the companyA cents € (TM) s CFO and CEO to handle all day-to-day accounting and bookkeeping functions.
              10 Must Read Books for Young Entrepreneurs   
    Came across this post on Under 30 CEO the other day and had to share it in full.  You can find the original post here. Crush it – Gary Vaynerchuk Do you have a hobby you wish you could indulge in all day? An obsession that keeps you up at night? Now is the perfect […]
              5 Tools for Augmented Reality App Development   

    This column is authored by Harnil Oza, CEO of Hyperlink

    The post 5 Tools for Augmented Reality App Development appeared first on iamwire.


              How the Trends Affect Mobile App Development   

    This column is authored by Vivek Ghai, Founder & CEO Panacea

    The post How the Trends Affect Mobile App Development appeared first on iamwire.


              Caisse Cautious on London Real Estate?   
    Matt Scuffham of Reuters reports, Canada's Caisse cautious on London amid Brexit fears:
    Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, one of the world's biggest real estate investors, is holding off on major investments in London real estate amid uncertainty over the impact of Britain's planned exit from the European Union.

    Canada's second-biggest public pension fund has been an enthusiastic investor in Britain and earlier this year agreed to finance the expansion of London's Heathrow airport in which it is one of the biggest shareholders.

    Until recently, London was one of the cities the Caisse was most committed to investing in along with New York and Shanghai.

    "That is still certainly true for Shanghai, true for New York," Caisse Chief Executive Michael Sabia told Reuters in an interview on Wednesday.

    However, the Caisse has turned more cautious on Britain's capital after Prime Minister Theresa May lost her majority in a parliamentary election in early June, giving her a weaker hand in negotiating Britain's exit from the EU.

    "We're pretty cautious right now about making meaningful and significant investments in London real estate," Sabia said.

    The Caisse has not seen any impact yet on valuations of its existing real estate portfolio in London which is primarily in high-end office buildings. However, Sabia said valuations of less desirable properties were being affected.

    "The question is how far does this go, does it spread? That is why we're being careful until we have a better sense."

    Sabia also said Britain's economy, which initially withstood the shock of the Brexit vote, was starting to hurt.

    "I think you're going to see slowing in the UK as the reality of Brexit begins to affect decision making more, I think we're already seeing some of that."

    The Caisse, which manages public pensions for retirees in Quebec, has a dual mandate both to maximise returns for depositors and support economic growth in the Canadian province.

    A $1.5 billion investment in Bombardier (BA.N), headquartered in Quebec, has been slammed by U.S. rival Boeing (BA.N) as an unfair subsidy but Sabia rejected that characterisation as "absolute nonsense" on Wednesday.

    KHAKI PROJECTS

    Caisse is embarking this year on the construction of the world's third-biggest public transit system in its home city of Montreal, a groundbreaking project which will see the pension fund take responsibility for both the funding and construction.

    The C$6 billion project, which has also received funding from the Quebec government and Canada's federal government, is seen as a test case by other pension funds which normally prefer to invest in 'brownfield' infrastructure that has already been built rather than take on the construction risk through a 'greenfield' project.

    But competition for assets such as roads, bridges and tunnels that have already been built has intensified as investors look for alternatives to low-yielding government bonds and volatile equity markets.

    Sabia said he believes the Caisse will have an advantage over rivals from developing the skills in-house to manage the construction of new infrastructure and wants to replicate the model in the United States and Europe if it succeeds.

    He also argued that much infrastructure development falls between the two, citing Heathrow Airport, where the infrastructure is being expanded, labelling them 'khaki' projects.

    "You've got to have the capacity to work across that spectrum, to have a full product offering is something that's going to differentiate yourself in the market."

    The Caisse invests money on behalf of workers and retirees in the province of Quebec and Sabia admitted that there would be reputational risk if money was lost on the Montreal transit project.

    "Doing things differently and some degree of innovation always comes with some risk. If those reputational issues are so big in your mind then you're condemned to live in the status quo for ever.

    "In an investment world that's changing as much as we think it is changing, staying in the status quo means you're toast."
    There are two parts to this article. The first deals with the effects of Brexit on the UK economy.

    Swati Dhingra, Gianmarco Ottaviano, Thomas Sampson and John Van Reenen of LSE's Centre for Economic Performance published a paper, The consequences of Brexit for UK trade and living standards, which you can read here.

    Their main findings are listed below (click on image):


    The authors of this paper even quantified the effects of Brexit on UK livings standards under an optimistic and pessimistic scenario (click on image):


    As you can see, the effects of Brexit on UK living standards are not good under both scenarios but are particularly terrible under the pessimistic scenario.

    Now, these are academic studies and critics will claim they're too gloom and doom. Still, it's clear that Brexit will have an impact on trade and UK living standards, we just don't yet how this will all play out.

    As far as London, the financial center of Europe, there are some diverging views among Canada's large pensions. PSP Investments, the other large pension fund in Canada, opened a London office recently which it considers its European growth hub.

    However, just like Michael Sabia,  PSP's CEO André Boubonnais, is equally cautious on UK real estate and infrastructure. The latter believes London will continue to be the financial hub of Europe but he too is very cautious when it comes to making big investments in UK's private markets (PSP's main focus is on expanding private debt operations in Europe but it is looking at investments in infrastructure and real estate).

    My thoughts on London? It's a global financial center just like New York and to a lesser extent Toronto. In other words, a long bear market or profound shock in the markets aren't too bullish for London, New York or Toronto.

    London also houses some very large well-known hedge funds like Brevan Howard which hasn't been performing too well lately. Troubles in Hedge Fund Land don't typically bode well for commercial real estate in large financial centers but the rise of technology juggernauts has helped ease the burden of relying too much on financial firms.

    Anyway, the Caisse's real estate subsidiary, Ivanhoé Cambridge, is among the biggest and best real estate investors in the world so I'm confident they know what they're doing when it comes to their decision to be more cautious in terms of London real estate.

    As far as the second part of the article, it deals with Michael Sabia's baby, the C$6 billion Réseau électrique métropolitain (REM) project. I recently discussed my thoughts on this project when I went over Ontario Teachers' new infrastructure approach, stating this:
    [...] this is one approach. Another approach is what the Caisse is doing now with its massive REM project, which is a purely direct greenfield project. The Caisse got a loan from the Quebec government and will receive money from the federal government too, but what Macky Tall and his team are doing in Montreal is unlike anything any large Canadian pension is doing in infrastructure.

    [Note: The Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec just received confirmation of a $1.283-billion investment, by the Government of Canada and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, in the Réseau électrique métropolitain (REM) project.]

    I just finished covering the International Pension Conference of Montreal and PSP's fiscal 2017 results where I noted that PSP's CEO André Bourbonnais is concerned about investor complacency and rightfully warned institutional investors are underestimating valuation and regulatory risks of infrastructure, mistakenly looking at these investments as a substitute for bonds.

    In a private conversation with me at last year's pension conference, Leo de Bever, AIMCo's former CEO, told me he thought some of the infrastructure deals were being priced at "insane levels". I can't tell you which deals he mentioned (will let you guess), but he did add this: "what the Caisse is doing with this greenfield infrastructure project is truly innovative and can pay off in a huge way if they get it right."

    I agree. There is no large pension in the world which is doing anything close to what the Caisse is doing in terms of a purely direct major greenfield infrastructure project where it controls everything from A to Z.

    In order to do this project, CDPQ Infra went out and recruited people with the requisite skill-sets, people with operational experience developing and managing mammoth greenfield projects (not just MBAs and dealmakers but engineers with MBAs who worked at large construction engineering companies like SNC Lavalin and elsewhere).

    This is why I was so disappointed to learn that the new Canadian Infrastructure Bank will be based in Toronto. I respect Jim Leech but in my humble opinion, Montreal, not Toronto, should have been the first and only choice as the headquarter this new federal infrastructure bank and I would have placed someone like Bruno Guilmette, PSP's former head of Infrastructure or someone else I know well as the head of this bank (I'm getting a bad feeling that this new infrastructure bank is going to be staffed by the wrong type of people).
    In my opinion, Toronto was chosen as the headquarters of the new federal infrastructure bank because it is the financial epicenter of Canada and all the big pension funds are based there. Still, this decision irks me because Montreal needs a new federal Crown corporation based here (apart from the BDC) and we have plenty of infrastructure expertise that Toronto doesn't have. The Caisse's REM project is a testament to such world class expertise.

    Anyway, even if it's headquartered in Toronto, hopefully they will staff this new infrastructure bank with the right people, not just a bunch of cowboy dealmakers.

    [Note: A friend of mine reminded me that Toronto has the best infrastructure fund in the world, "it's called Brookfield and they are eons ahead of everyone else." Good point.]

    Once again, if you have any thoughts on this comment or want to add anything, feel free to email me your thoughts at LKolivakis@gmail.com and I will be glad to post your comments.

    Below, Lindsey Naylor on the macroeconomic impact of Brexit on the domestic economy, and the importance of regulatory matters in sustaining the ability of UK-based firms to face European clients.
    Ms Naylor was speaking at the LSE Growth Commission’s Evidence Session on Finance and the City of London held at the Army and Navy Club on 6 December 2016. She is Partner in Oliver Wyman’s Global Corporate & Institutional Banking practice.

    And on June 15, 2017, in Montreal, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard, Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre, and Michael Sabia, President and CEO of the Caisse discussed the federal government’s investment in Montreal’s Réseau électrique metropolitan (REM) light-rail network. Following the announcement, the prime minister, premier, and mayor respond to questions from reporters (in both French and English). You can watch it here.

    Lastly, André Bourbonnais, president and CEO of PSP Investments, joins Bloomberg TV Canada’s Lily Jamali to discuss opportunities in the private debt market and his plans to expand globally. Listen carefully to his views on London, this is a great interview.



              The Dark Cloud of User Fees (Part 5): Stinky Optics and Strong Association Support for Senate Bill S. 1405   

    (Editor’s Note: This is the part 5 of an ongoing series looking into possible ATC privatization and how “user fees” are structured in the European Union. You can read part 1 here, part 2 here, part 3 here and part 4 here.

    By Dan Pimentel,
    Airplanista Blog Editor

    In the last part of this series, I told you how important it is to have the three main aviation associations working on our behalf to fight back against this horrible scheme to privatize our Air Traffic Control system. This scheme could also end up imposing an expensive, cumbersome and extremely damaging user fee system on GA and business aviation airspace users.
       
    In this part of the series, I want to go over exactly what the leadership of AOPA, EAA and NBAA are saying about this ill-advised scheme. But before I get into that, I want to present something that should be of no surprise to anyone watching our Federal Government being sold off to the donors and lobbyists with the deepest pockets.
       
    Like nearly everything under the current administration, cronies are being placed in charge of agencies so that the industries themselves can have their people in government to make sure their best interests – and not yours or mine – are being cared for. Oil executives in charge of regulating Big Oil, executives of massive financial institutions overseeing Big Finance. This obvious power grab by “Big” anything previously was done in secret, but today, it is in our faces, and the administration does not even try to hide it. This used to be called corruption, today it is business as usual.
       
    So how does this relate to the ATC Privatization/user fees scheme? Glad you asked:
       
    The website Politico broke a story this week saying Rep. Bill Shuster (R-PA) (the Congressman pushing this ATC Privatization scheme so hard) is dating a vice president for global government affairs for Airlines for America. That organization is the leading U.S. airline trade association, one that spends millions of dollars trying to influence the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, of which Shuster is Chairman.
       
    I am not alleging that any improprieties took place here, but the optics of this looks very suspicious. Of course, both Shuster’s office and Airlines for America states…for the record…that the woman he is dating does not directly lobby Shuster’s panel. But since this scheme seems so heavily tilted in the favor of the airlines, this admitted relationship looks to be more of the same from Trump’s Washington. Cronies helping cronies, because that’s what people do when they have the unchecked power that comes from one party owning all three branches of our government.
       
    All of the associations that lobby for GA and business aviation are on to this scheme, and are fighting to prevent the airlines from this hostile takeover of our skies. Here’s what AOPA has said:
       
    The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation voted June 29 to advance FAA reauthorization legislation. Unlike a House bill that was approved by committee on June 28, the Senate legislation, which AOPA backs, and which was approved by voice vote, does not include the privatization of air traffic control. AOPA President and CEO Mark Baker said, “AOPA supports the Senate FAA Reauthorization legislation, which would preserve the integrity of the safest and busiest airspace in the world, allow local airports to continue to contribute to the economy in small towns across America, give pilots common sense protections, and addresses the important role airports play in emergencies.” Referring to the House bill, Baker said, “Handing over our air traffic control system to the airlines would add up to $46 billion to the deficit, increase costs for all travelers, disproportionately hurt rural America and general aviation, and create a too-big-to-fail institution requiring taxpayer bailouts. I encourage everyone to call their representatives in Congress and tell them to vote against H.R. 2997, the 21st Century AIRR Act.” Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), a pilot and AOPA member, said the Senate legislation is “a win” for general aviation.

    And EAA had this to say:
       
    The U.S. Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee on Thursday unanimously passed a bipartisan FAA reauthorization bill that contains many positive reforms for general aviation pilots, aircraft owners, and airports, fully recognizing the importance of general aviation to the nation’s infrastructure and economy. It will now continue moving toward the Senate floor for a full vote. EAA supports the legislation (S. 1405), which would provide a four-year reauthorization of the FAA and its programs and does not contain the ATC privatization language offered in the House 21st Century AIRR Act. “This bipartisan Senate bill recognizes that general aviation is an equal partner in the nation’s air transportation system and points the way to making the FAA more effective,” said EAA CEO and Chairman Jack J. Pelton. “It also recognizes that the current U.S. air traffic control structure is already the safest and most efficient in the world, ready for modernization without wholesale transformation and disruption that would come with privatization.”

    And when NBAA speaks on this topic, they are not just representing the “business aviation” users and the industry that serves them, they are speaking for all of us, right down to the LSA or kitplane flyer that only chases hamburgers. Here’s what NBAA released:

    NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen welcomed a bipartisan Senate bill to authorize funding and programs for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that takes a consensus-driven approach to addressing modernization of the nation's air traffic control (ATC) system. Senate Bill S. 1405, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Reauthorization Act of 2017, was introduced by Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee Chairman John Thune (R-SD), Ranking Member Bill Nelson (D-FL) and other committee leaders. In addition to targeting support toward implementation of a Next Generation ("NextGen") aviation system, Bolen noted the bill addresses several other priorities identified by NBAA and other organizations, including provisions for streamlining the certification process for aviation technologies, enhancing aviation safety and integrating unmanned aircraft systems into the National Airspace System.“This bipartisan legislation is the right bill at the right time, helping strengthen and provide stability for the nation’s aviation system, so that it remains the world’s best five, 10 and 25 years from now,” Bolen said. “It takes into account the perspectives of all stakeholders, bringing specific, consensus-based solutions to challenges. On behalf of our more than 11,000 member companies.” Also notable is the Senate bill’s lack of controversial language to privatize ATC oversight. NBAA has long had significant concerns with the notion of privatizing ATC, which would turn control over the ATC system – a natural monopoly that currently serves the public’s interest, and is overseen by the public’s elected representatives in Congress – to a new entity governed by private interests.
       
    As I have stated all along in this series, this fight is only just beginning. The absolute best way to track what these three associations are saying and doing about stopping this scheme is to follow AOPA, EAA, and NBAA on Twitter.

              Five things Michael Jordaan learnt about innovation while at FNB   


    Former FNB CEO Michael Jordaan. Former First National Bank (FNB) CEO Michael Jordaan was instrumenta...


              WhereIsMyTransport secures R20m in seed funding   


    Devin de Vries, co-founder and CEO of WhereIsMyTransport. Cape Town- and London-based public transpo...


              Edición 644 del Sábado 20 de Agosto de 2011   

    FESTEJOS DÍA DEL NIÑO
    Anfiteatro Municipal
    Domingo 21 de agosto 14:30 hs.

    _____________________________

    FELIZ DÍA DEL ABUELO
    25 de agosto
    Club de los abuelos

    _____________________________

    - TANTI PARTICIPA EN EL CAMPEONATO PROVINCIAL
    DE DESTREZA GAUCHA PROVINCIAL
    _____________________________

    -JARDÍN DE INFANTES “DOMINGO FAUSTINO SARMIENTO”:
    ¡¡¡EL PROYECTO DE EDIFICIO NUEVO ESTA EN MARCHA!!!
    _____________________________

    DEPARTAMENTO DE ARTE
    Informa que el Taller de los lunes de “Dibujo y Pintura de Rostro” se traslada a los VIERNES de 15 a 17 en el 1* piso de la Dirección de Turismo, Cultura y Deporte de calle Salta y Ruta 28.
    Continúan abiertas las inscripciones para el TALLER DE TALLA EN MADERA a los teléfonos 498126 ó 03541-15337296

    _____________________________


    GUADALUPE ÁLVAREZ Agradece infinitamente a la persona que en forma anónima dejara los documentos y tarjeta que se le habían extraviado en el buzón de su domicilio Apus Wasi. GRACIAS.
    _____________________________


    EL CENTRO DE ACTIVIDADES JUVENILES(C.A.J)
    Que funciona en el Ipem el sábado pasado realizó junto con todos los estudiantes y profes que integran este espacio una limpieza del predio de la escuela (canchita y alrededores) con la colocación de carteles de protección ambiental, creados por los propios chicos. Esta jornada fue una de las acciones fomentadas dentro del eco-taller y apoyada por todos.
    Gracias a los que participaron y aprovecho la oportunidad para que los que estén interesados en acercarse al CAJ lo hagan los sábados desde las 10 de la mañana ...HAY MUCHAS ACTIVIDADES PARA SUMARSE!!!
    MONY. Profe del CAJ

    _____________________________


    REFORESTACIÓN
    El día miércoles 31 de agosto de 9:30 a 11:3 0hs en La Isla se hará un trabajo en conjunto con EPAR Villa Bustos, www.epar.com.ar y la Municipalidad de Tanti con el Departamento de Medio Ambiente (Gabriela Aquesta) realizarán una actividad de reforestación. Como sabemos ya hace un tiempo que la Municipalidad está trabajando muy bien en esta área y, por su lado ,el EPAR cuenta con más de 20 talleres (para personas con discapacidades intelectuales); uno de ellos es el taller "Vida en la naturaleza",(coordinado por Natalia Fernández y Pablo Sánchez)
    Nos encantaría que ustedes estuvieran ese día, lo que estimularía a los participantes que están trabajando en el mencionado taller.
    Muchas gracias.
    Pablo Sánchez

    _____________________________

    SE BUSCA PARADERO:
    Se busca a la señora MILKA CABALLERO , oriunda de la ciudad de Cruz del Eje, su primo Jesús Gangitano desea contactarse con ella a la brevedad.
    Para aportar datos dirigirse a la redacción de El Diarito.

    _____________________________



    DÍA DEL ABUELO
    Por este medio les hacemos llegar los más cálidos saludos a todos los abuelitos de la comunidad, ya que el tercer domingo de agosto se conmemora en toda la Argentina el Día del Abuelo.
    Queremos compartir con todos este día, pero esencialmente con aquellos que están solos, que son muchos más de los que podemos imaginar; para todos ellos, que sepan que cuentan con un grupo de personas que trabaja por y para ellos, y que de a poco se suman granitos de arena a nuestro sueño de tener un lugar propio donde poder atenderlos como se merecen.
    Queremos, además, invitar a todos los abuelos de Tanti a que participen del evento organizado por CARITAS, el día 25 de agosto en el Club de los Abuelos a las 15 hs. Si necesitan movilidad y para más información, comunicarse con nosotros al teléfono 498191.
    “Porque ser abuelo es el derecho que da haber escalado una gran montaña y encontrar en la cima la felicidad que da un nieto".FELICIDADES!!!
    Jael Yadala. Presidente Asociación Civil “Vida y Esperanza”, para la creación de un Hogar de Día para el Adulto Mayor

    _____________________________

    CONTINUAMOS…
    ¿SIN CAMBIOS?
    Pasaron las elecciones primarias obligatorias y quedó una pregunta, a pesar de la abultada victoria de la actual Presidenta Cristina Fernández; porque más de la mitad del electorado que concurrió a las urnas debería sentirse contento con el resultado, pero en la calle muchas voces no coinciden con esta premisa.
    Quizás, porque -además de aquellos que concuerdan con su ideología- existen otros tantos que optaron por esa única opción, al no confiar en las figuras de la oposición; que no lograron imponer, con sus candidatos, a un nombre que pudiera hacerle frente.
    En el momento en que decidieron realizar estas “primarias”, la mayoría de los integrantes de la política nacional pensaba en utilizarlas a modo de sondeo y así mejorar sus propuestas con vistas a la elección de octubre. A su vez, imaginaban un triunfo kirchnerista a pesar del descontento popular, pero no con tanta diferencia. Incluso, hasta el propio oficialismo se sorprendió de la amplia ventaja conseguida.
    Cómo explicar sino que el kirchnerismo ganó por primera vez en Córdoba y encima perdieron los diputados de la lista del flamante gobernador electo, José Manuel de la Sota; que también de manera abrumadora sacó un gran porcentaje de diferencia con respecto a sus contrincantes. Algo que sucedió con tan sólo una semana de diferencia entre ambos comicios.
    Asimismo, la jefa de Estado acompañada en la dupla por su actual ministro de Economía, Amado Boudou, consiguió el triunfo en departamentos rurales de la provincia; que anteriormente mostraban su descontento gracias al conflicto con el gobierno, por las retenciones a las exportaciones del sector agrario. De la misma manera sucedió en Santa Fe.
    Después de la jornada electoral, Boudou agradeció que los argentinos tomen “decisiones en base a la realidad y no en base a las crónicas que algunos escriben”. Por eso, se ajustaron a la realidad y votaron sin dejarse persuadir por lo que opinan ciertos periodistas de reconocidos matutinos, que critican negativamente lo que sucede en el país. Tal vez, los ciudadanos eligieron priorizar las dádivas, que lógicamente necesitan para tener una mejor calidad de vida.
    Quizás, esa ayuda no existiría para tapar los problemas, si el mismo gobierno que la otorga hubiera solucionado estos inconvenientes…

    Leslie Grasso

    _____________________________

    CENTRO VECINAL
    "EL PARADOR"
    El Centro Vecinal "El Parador" quiere agradecer a todos los que hicieron posible la fiesta del Día del Niño que gracias a su colaboración y esfuerzo los niños de nuestro barrio pasaron un día especial, muchísimas gracias:
    Despensa Vicky (El Parador)
    Marisquería Don Juan
    Sodas y Aguas San Miguel
    Mercado del Valle
    Polirrubro Tía Gloria
    Carnes Lario
    Super El Tata
    Distribuidora Tiaguito
    Panadería San Cayetano
    Proveeduría Villa del Lago
    Hotel Monpetit
    Despensa Plumita
    Panadería Edén
    Panadería San Martín
    Centro de Computación
    Panadería La Milonguita
    Panadería San Cayetano
    Suitty
    Windy
    Quipar
    Equipamientos Las Almendras
    Sr. Gustavo Castro
    Sr. Luis Azar
    Arquitecta Marcela Ceballos
    Municipalidad de Tanti

    _____________________________


    AFILIADOS PAMI
    ¿Qué problemas de salud presentan los afiliados?
    El lunes 29 de agosto a las 15 horas se realizará en la Biblioteca una reunión para conocer qué problemas de salud tienen los afiliados de PAMI.
    Será un espacio para decir, escuchar, identificar y conocer como se encuentran los afiliados en relación a su salud.
    “Participar es el primer paso para vivir una vida más saludable”.
    Los esperamos / Equipo HADOB PAMI

    _____________________________


    MOVIMIENTOS SÍSMICOS
    Registro extraídos de INPRES (Instituto Nacional de Prevención Sísmica)
    16/08/2011, (07:52:07 hs.)El epicentro se ubicó a 40 Km en dirección suroeste de Capilla del Monte, en la Cumbre de Gaspar. La magnitud del sismo fue de 3.3 grados en la escala de Richter. La intensidad en la Escala Mercalli Modificada alcanzó el grado II a III (dos a tres) en Capilla del Monte, Cruz del Eje, La Falda y localidades serranas cercanas al epicentro
    16/08/2011, (07:28:20 hs.) El epicentro se ubicó a 40 km al noroeste de la ciudad de Río Cuarto, en la Sa. de Comechingones, provincia de Córdoba La magnitud del sismo fue de 3.5 grados en la escala de Richter.
    14/08/2011, (16:55:48 hs.) El epicentro se ubicó a 90 Km al oeste de la ciudad de Córdoba capital, en la Sa. de Pocho, en cercanías de Cura Brochero. La magnitud del sismo fue de 3.1 grados en la escala de Richter.
    12/08/2011, (16:37:03 hs.) El Epicentro se ubicó a 90 km al sur-oeste de la ciudad de Córdoba. La magnitud del sismo fue de 3.5 grados en la escala de Richter. La intensisdad del sismo en la escala Mercalli Modificada alcanzó el grado III a IV (tres a cuatro) en las localidades de Mina Clavero, Villa Dolores y localidades cercanas al epicentro, y III (tres) en la ciudad de Córdoba

    _____________________________


    INVITACIÓN A PROPIETARIOS DEL BARRIO EL CÓNDOR Y LOS CHAÑARES POR TENDIDO DE RED DE AGUA :
    El día miércoles 17 del corriente se reunieron mas de 20 familias de los Barrios El Cóndor y los Chañares para solucionar el tema fundamental que los aqueja "La FALTA de Agua". En una primera reunión estuvieron presentes el Sr. Presidente de la Cooperativa , Miguel Toscano,y el Sr. Secretario de Gobierno, Gustavo Llanes, de la Municipalidad de Tanti, considerando costo de la obra y la forma de facilitar y agilizar la llegada a los barrios de tal vital elemento.
    Han quedado de acuerdo para una próxima reunión a realizarse el viernes 26 de agosto a las 19hs, en el almacén de la Sra. Olga en la esquina de Tilcara y Aguara para ultimar detalles del inicio de la obra.
    Lic. Mabel Ruffini

    _____________________________


    CAPACITACIÓN GRATUITA DE ORGANIZACIÓN DE EVENTOS
    Certificado oficial Agencia Córdoba Turismo.
    Objetivos de la Actividad:
    * contribuir al conocimiento de las diferentes pautas a considerar en la organización de un evento .
    * concientizar acerca de la importancia de la organización de un evento .
    * concientizar acerca de la importancia en la organización de acciones para la planificación y ejecución del mismo .
    *ampliar el espectro de variables intervinientes y su coordinación para lograr los resultados esperados .
    CONTENIDOS PROPUESTOS
    * aprendizaje : posiciones frente al aprendizaje , escalones aprendizaje , enemigos del aprendizaje
    *Modelos Mentales : definición : como surgen , como se modelan , diferentes modelos mentales.
    *coherencia cuerpo-emoción-lenguaje
    * Justificación de los eventos
    -fundamentos
    -razones para justificar un evento
    *Planeación del evento
    -aspectos a considerar
    -componentes del éxito
    -el fluxograma: etapa de preparación, esquema de planeación, toma de decisiones preliminar, tareas de avance, promoción y contactos
    * Ejecución del evento
    -aspectos importantes
    -seguimientos y evaluación
    *Ferias y exposiciones
    -características -coordinación
    -objetivos -funciones principales
    *Lista de seguimiento para realizar un evento
    *Ficha técnica para relevamiento de salones
    *Montaje de auditorios, salones y mesas
    *Tipos de mesas para reuniones o banquetes
    *Tipos de eventos: definiciones
    *Eventos sociales: definiciones
    -recomendaciones acerca de los eventos sociales
    * Áreas conflictivas en eventos sociales
    *Glosario de términos
    *Ejercitación practica
    Tiempos de duración: 2 módulos de 4 horas cada uno
    1er modulo: de 9.30hs a 13.30 hs
    2do modulo: de 14.30 a 18.30 hs
    Consultas (03541-498294) Dirección de turismo Cultura y Deporte
    Cupos limitados
    Los esperamos en el Centro Cultural Tanti
    Municipalidad de Tanti.

    _____________________________


    TANTI SIERRAS CLUB: El viernes de la semana pasada la Comisión Directiva del Tanti Sierras Club, firmó contrato con un empresario de Villa Carlos Paz que invertirá en nuestra localidad en la cancha de Futbol 5 colocando césped sintético, sistema de luces, vallado perimetral, refacción de vestuario y duchas, oficina de atención al socio, parquización del predio, estas mejoras de las instalaciones beneficiará a los asociados y se incorporan al patrimonio del Club.
    “ Las obras de las instituciones los sueñan los santos locos, las ejecutan los luchadores natos, la critican los inútiles crónicos y los disfrutan los felices cuerdos .”Beltrovich

    _____________________________


    CICLISMO Gran Evento Ciclístico de ruta a realizarse el día 21 de agosto.
    El comienzo de la competición se realizará en Santa María, atravesará las localidades de Bialet Massé, Parque Siquiman, Tanti, para luego regresar a la zona de largada.
    Inscripción $65 + seguro (en Santa María de Punilla), premios en efectivo.
    Al finalizar el desafío se realizara un almuerzo con los competidores.
    Organiza Eugenio Miró y Hugo García.
    Invita Municipalidad de Tanti

    _____________________________


    RUGBY DE TANTI
    El día viernes 12 de agosto los chicos de Rugby de Tanti, participaron de un encuentro en la ciudad de Córdoba, donde compitieron con el Liceo Militar.
    Felicitaciones a los que participaron por su desempeño.
    Los entrenamientos son los sábados a partir de las 16:00hs en el barrio San Miguel, en el predio conocido como “El Pantano”, al lado de la plaza Divino Niño.
    En Facebook: Rugby en Tanti
    Mail: rugby.en.tanti@gmail.com
    Para informes: TEL: 03541 155 89617

    _____________________________


    CINE DEBATE :¡MEJOR IMPOSIBLE!
    Aún una comedia ganadora de dos Oscars pareciera que "no da" para un cine debate precisamente... pero cuando esa comedia ganadora está interpretada por JACK NICKOLSON, la cosa va cambiando y cuando Jack está acompañado por HELEN HUNT, CUBA GOODING JR va mejorando..
    Estrenada en 1997 esta comedia trata de un escritor... a ver cómo decirlo en castellano... es un reverendo..desagradable. Como vecino, como cliente, como ¡persona! Creo que hay un aspecto de Jack Nickolson que es marca registrada: sus miradas, el decir todo con sólo mover los ojos. Impagable la escena cuando él se da cuenta que "metio la pata" (UNA de las tantas veces, pero esta vez a él le importaba) y no sabe cómo desdecirse. El espectador casi puede ver la fuerza que él hace para arreglar la herida inflingida a Helen Hunt, sufrida camarera y mamá que lo tolera a Jack...porque es un cliente.
    Cuba Gooding Jr. en su papel de representante de un artista gay (GREG KINNEAR) se roba su parte también.
    Es Nueva York (Brooklyn). La gente vive sola y en soledad. Todos acarrean problemas irresueltos y dolores que fueron creando una caparazón. Cada uno con la suya y sus características. Pero una circunstancia puede llegar a unir a todas esas soledades y cambiarles la vida a todos.
    EN RANTI TOCK, como todos los martes a las 21 horas. CINE-DEBATE
    ¡Los esperamos!
    DESPUÉS NO DIGAN QUE NO LO SABÍAN!!!


    _____________________________



    JARDÍN DE INFANTES “DOMINGO FAUSTINO SARMIENTO”:
    ¡¡¡EL PROYECTO DE EDIFICIO NUEVO ESTÁ EN MARCHA!!!
    El pasado 3 de Agosto en las instalaciones del Jardín de Infantes “Domingo Faustino Sarmiento” de la localidad de Tanti, el Director del Área de Infraestructura Escolar del Ministerio de Educación del Gobierno de Córdoba, Carlos Pedetta, se comprometió firmemente a IMPULSAR CON CELERIDAD EL PROYECTO DE CONSTRUCCIÓN DEL NUEVO EDIFICIO para el Establecimiento escolar, trámite de dominio público con N° de Expediente 0109-099300/2011.
    Según consta en Acta de Inspección, el funcionario provincial brindó algunos aspectos sobre el financiamiento de la obra y también adelantó a una nutrida presencia de padres que el mes de Mayo de 2012 sería la fecha aproximada de finalización de la misma.
    Sin lugar a dudas, este lapso de tiempo estará colmado de expectativas, por tantos años de trabajo y gestión de la Comunidad Educativa para resolver en lo cotidiano problemas estructurales de las salitas que no cuentan con las dimensiones ni distribución de espacios conforme al actual movimiento interno de 160 alumnos y según lo exigen las reglamentaciones vigentes.
    COMISIÓN COOPERADORA 2011

    _____________________________


    SALA DE LECTURA
    La Fundación Leer a través de un programa denominado "Alfabetización en Instituciones Comunitarias y Centro de Salud" ha donado al Dispensario Municipal la suma aproximada de 120 libros para Niños.

    El día jueves a las 10hs se realizará una función de títeres para los Niños del CCI en el Centro de Salud para dar de esta manera inaugurado el Rincón de la Lectura.
    También es de importancia mencionar que la idea es rotar estos libros con el Centro de Salud de El Parador, el cual comenzará a funcionar a partir el día 24 de agosto

    _____________________________


    CAMPEONATO PROVINCIAL DE DESTREZA GAUCHA 2011
    Carolina Bustos , Cacio, y Gabriel Manzanelli hace tres años que participan del Campeonato provincial de destreza y juegos gauchos que organiza la Asociación Gaucha Córdoba Cultura, y en la que han obtenido siempre los primeros puestos en Rastrin , Prueba de rienda y sortija . Su hijo menor Facundo Manzanelli logró el 4to. Puesto en prueba de rienda y el tercero su sobrino Alejo Bustos en la zonal de Villa Carlos Paz.
    De 7000 caballos inscriptos quedaron dentro de los 200 para las pruebas. El año pasado fueron seleccionados y estuvieron presentes en el desfile de Apertura y en una exhibición del Festival de Jesús María .
    Este año han participado de todas las zonales, y las finales se realizarán en el predio Pablo Pizzurno en la ciudad de Córdoba el próximo fin de semana.
    Desean destacar que “Estas fiestas gauchas son muy familiares y que sería muy importante lograr una fecha para TANTI”.