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  1. IKEA Deploys Fourth Fuel Cell

    Furniture retailer IKEA has installed a fourth biogas-powered fuel cell in a California store, according to the company. The installation was at its San Diego location. All the stores also have solar arrays. Combined, IKEA will generate 1.5 MW of energy via the cells. A fifth fuel cell is planned, the company said. The press   ...Continue Reading The post IKEA Deploys Fourth Fuel Cell appeared first on Energy Manager…
  2. Yes We Did: The Fight For Clean Air, Clean Water, and Clean Energy During the Obama Administration

    Dailykos.com - Environment 01.19 / 18:54 dailykos.com
    On President Obama’s final day in office, here’s something I’m incredibly thankful for -- our air and water are a lot cleaner and safer than they were eight years ago, and we still have a fighting chance to turn the corner on climate change, thanks to the leadership of the Obama Administration and the hard work of grassroots community leaders in all 50 states. It might be your son or daughter, your mother or grandmother, who…
  3. ​B-2 bomber hits Islamic State sites in Libya

    Flightglobal.com - Military&Defense 01.19 / 18:53 flightglobal.com
    Two US Air Force B-2 Spirit bombers killed at least 80 ISIL fighters over Libya 19 January, marking only the fifth operation for the stealth aircraft and its first mission since…
  4. Hactl closes out a strong 2016 after bumper November numbers

    Aircargoworld.com - Industries 01.19 / 18:52 aircargoworld.com
    Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Ltd. (Hactl) finished 2016 in good form, increasing 2015 tonnage by 1.7 percent to more than 1.65 million tonnes, and setting new terminal and ramp handling records. Transshipments recorded the highest growth, at 29.6 percent, year-over-year, growth. Mail, courier and express traffic rose 8.4 percent,Read…
  5. What’s In A Title? An Audio System Engineer By Any Other Name…

    Prosoundweb.com - Industries 01.19 / 18:38 prosoundweb.com
    Deck: It's about working diligently to live up to the definition of a true professional …
  6. US crude stocks build unexpectedly as refining slows down

    US crude stocks up by 2.3 million barrels NEW YORK, Jan 19 (Reuters) – US crude stocks rose unexpectedly last week as refineries sharply slowed production, while gasoline stocks soared amid weak demand, the Energy Information Administration said on Thursday. Crude inventories rose 2.3 million barrels in the week to Jan. 13, compared with analysts’ […] The post US crude stocks build unexpectedly as refining slows down appeared first on The American Energy…
  7. Trump’s Bullshit v. National Security Facts

    Lawfareblog.com - Military&Defense 01.19 / 18:32 lawfareblog.com
    In her post “On Bullshit and the Oath of Office,” Quinta Jurecic joined several other commentators in reflecting that President-elect Trump is a bullshitter — in the technical sense of the term as defined by Harry Frankfurt in his classic essay On Bullshit. Trump, she explained, “gives every appearance of proudly moving through the world without ever bothering to consider how concepts of truth or falsehood might potentially shape his behavior.” Jurecic’s enlightening contribution was to ref…
  8. Nuclear Power: Connecticut nuclear plant seeks to bid on state contracts

    PennyEnergy - Oil and Gas 01.19 / 18:20 pennenergy.com
    As low energy prices put strains on operators of U.S. nuclear plants, some Connecticut lawmakers want to reduce any risk the Millstone Power Station will close by allowing it to sell power directly to the…
  1. IKEA Deploys Fourth Fuel Cell

    Furniture retailer IKEA has installed a fourth biogas-powered fuel cell in a California store, according to the company. The installation was at its San Diego location. All the stores also have solar arrays. Combined, IKEA will generate 1.5 MW of energy via the cells. A fifth fuel cell is planned, the company said. The press   ...Continue Reading The post IKEA Deploys Fourth Fuel Cell appeared first on Energy Manager…
  2. US crude stocks build unexpectedly as refining slows down

    US crude stocks up by 2.3 million barrels NEW YORK, Jan 19 (Reuters) – US crude stocks rose unexpectedly last week as refineries sharply slowed production, while gasoline stocks soared amid weak demand, the Energy Information Administration said on Thursday. Crude inventories rose 2.3 million barrels in the week to Jan. 13, compared with analysts’ […] The post US crude stocks build unexpectedly as refining slows down appeared first on The American Energy…
  3. Nuclear Power: Connecticut nuclear plant seeks to bid on state contracts

    PennyEnergy - Oil and Gas 01.19 / 18:20 pennenergy.com
    As low energy prices put strains on operators of U.S. nuclear plants, some Connecticut lawmakers want to reduce any risk the Millstone Power Station will close by allowing it to sell power directly to the…
  4. GRC 2017 Annual Meeting Announced - Call for Papers Issued

    Altenergymag.com - Energy 01.19 / 17:53 altenergymag.com
    Geothermal Resources Council Annual Meeting will be held Oct. 1-4 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Theme is "Geothermal Energy - Power to do…
  5. Report: Global oil demand up, supply down; Analysts: ‘Bullish, really bullish’

    Fuelfix.com - Energy 01.19 / 17:40 fuelfix.com
    U.S. oil prices rose on Thursday morning following release of a key report estimating that global demand for crude has risen while supplies fell. Cold weather in northern Europe and a rapidly industrializing Asia pushed crude demand to 96.5 million barrels per day in 2016, an increase of 1.5 million barrels per day, the International…
  6. Expert warns of Arctic drilling risks

    Peakoil.com - Energy 01.19 / 17:38 peakoil.com
    A highly acclaimed Oxford professor who’s considered an expert on energy research has thrown cold water on Norway’s hopes for a new oil era in the Arctic. Dieter Helm doesn’t think oil prices will rise much higher and are more likely to fall, making costly oil investments in the Barents Sea unprofitable. Environmental activists have been at the forefront of […]…
  7. Oil and Gas: Saudi Arabia says compliance to oil output cut 'very strong'

    PennyEnergy - Oil and Gas 01.19 / 17:07 pennenergy.com
    Saudi Arabia's energy minister says there's been "very strong compliance" by OPEC and non-OPEC oil countries to the production cuts agreed on in…
  8. Market Currents: Iraq oil still on the rise

    Fuelfix.com - Energy 01.19 / 17:03 fuelfix.com
    Oil is finding some support thus far today off the back of the IEA’s monthly oil market report, which pointed to a tightening market amid OPEC production cuts. Hark, here are five things to consider in oil markets today. 1) In a similar fashion to yesterday’s OPEC report, IEA has boosted Iraqi oil production to…
  1. Food Industry Hails Trump’s Appointment for USDA Secretary

    Sonny Perdue’s nomination, which must be confirmed by the Senate, was announced just a few days before Trump’s inauguration in the White…
  2. Hands on with Fujifilm’s new X100F and X-T20

    Dealerscope.com - Consumer Goods 01.19 / 17:06 dealerscope.com
    Fujifilm announced two new cameras today, the fixed-lens X100F and the interchangeable lens X-T20. Both cameras are updates to prior models in Fujifilm’s lineup, and introduce the 24.3-megapixel sensor and new processor from the company’s higher-end cameras. While the biggest update in both cameras is indeed the new image sensor, there are some tweaks to […] The post Hands on with Fujifilm’s new X100F and X-T20 appeared first on D…
  3. Savoir Beds appoints sales and marketing director

    Furniturenews.net - Consumer Goods 01.19 / 16:38 furniturenews.net
    Luxury bed maker Savoir Beds has appointed Martin Warbrick as sales and marketing director with immediate effect. In this new role, Martin will be responsible for contributing to Savoir’s overall strategy and growth in the UK and globally. Reporting into Alistair Hughes, Savoir Beds' MD, Martin will oversee marketing, strategic business partnerships and sale…
  4. It Was a Voice-Activated CES 2017

    Dealerscope.com - Consumer Goods 01.19 / 14:03 dealerscope.com
    Looking back on the biggest trends to break out at CES 2017, CTA's Shawn DuBravac says 2017 is the year we move from tech-possible to tech-meaningful. The post It Was a Voice-Activated CES 2017 appeared first on…
  5. On-The-Go Breakfast Food Sector to Reach $1.9 Billion by 2026

    Driven by increased consumer demand for safer, convenient and healthier food, the global on-the-go breakfast products market reached nearly US$1.2 billion in 2015 and is predicted to soar to $1.9 billion by 2026, according to a new report from Future Market…
  6. How To Build A Business That Lasts 80 Years

    Dealerscope.com - Consumer Goods 01.18 / 14:09 dealerscope.com
    What makes a company last seemingly forever? When does a company become unsinkable? How does it become the household name? From startups to corporate behemoths, these have been the same questions perpetually plaguing the tech industry for decades. While some ambitions for many entrepreneurs never leave the drawing board, previously unconquerable companies have succumbed to […] The post How To Build A Business That Lasts 80 Years appeared first on…
  7. Baroness Karren Brady joins Spring Fair line-up

    Furniturenews.net - Consumer Goods 01.18 / 11:47 furniturenews.net
    Baroness Karren Brady CBE is the latest high-profile businesswoman to be announced as a keynote speaker at the UK’s largest gift and home trade event, Spring Fair. Taking place at the Birmingham NEC from 5-9th February, Spring Fair was launched in 1950 and attracts 60,000 visitors – all vying to find the latest gifting and homeware products for their stores. Lady Brady joins respected retail expert Mary Portas, Mulberry founder Roger Saul and many other leading speakers at the eve…
  8. 3p Weekend: 10 Companies Going Zero Waste to Landfill

    Triplepundit.com - Consumer Goods 01.18 / 00:16 triplepundit.com
    Has your company ever thought about going zero waste? These 10 firms working toward zero waste to landfill prove it's possible. And no, it won't kill jobs or hurt…
  1. Yes We Did: The Fight For Clean Air, Clean Water, and Clean Energy During the Obama Administration

    Dailykos.com - Environment 01.19 / 18:54 dailykos.com
    On President Obama’s final day in office, here’s something I’m incredibly thankful for -- our air and water are a lot cleaner and safer than they were eight years ago, and we still have a fighting chance to turn the corner on climate change, thanks to the leadership of the Obama Administration and the hard work of grassroots community leaders in all 50 states. It might be your son or daughter, your mother or grandmother, who…
  2. China Cracks Down Lightly On Smog – Analysis

    Eurasiareview.com - Environment 01.19 / 17:59 eurasiareview.com
    By Michael Lelyveld With the end of one smoggy year and the start of another, China’s government has issued revised plans for producing and consuming high-polluting coal. On the last day of 2016, the…
  3. E-waste recyclers discuss future trends

    The Internet of Things is one of the key trends of the future. Already today, 15 billion things are digitally connected with one another and experts predict an increase to 50 billion devices in the IoT (Internet of Things) by the year 2020. These things include not only computers, tablets and smartphones, but also wearables, consumer electronics and the vehicles we use. However, although this trend offers…
  4. Urban Water Governance in the Developing World: Accountability and Affordability Are Keys to Water Access

    Thecityfix.com - Environment 01.19 / 16:11 thecityfix.com
    In 2015, the United Nations and World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that there are 663 million people around the world without access to safe drinking water, with nearly half of these people living in sub-Saharan Africa. While Africa’s urban areas …
  5. Roadside Zoo Cited After Charging Bear Caught on Video

    Peta.org - Environment 01.19 / 15:51 peta.org
    Bailiwick Animal Park's reckless animal-handling policies put animals, workers, and the public at risk. The post Roadside Zoo Cited After Charging Bear Caught on Video appeared first on…
  6. Being Terrified on Set Is NOT ‘A Dog’s Purpose’

    Peta.org - Environment 01.19 / 15:50 peta.org
    A shocking video released by TMZ reportedly taken on the set of the upcoming film 'A Dog's Purpose' has people outraged. The post Being Terrified on Set Is NOT ‘A Dog’s Purpose’ appeared first on…
  7. Letters From the February 6-13, 2017, Issue

    Thenation.com - Environment 01.19 / 15:33 thenation.com
    Our ReadersObama’s empty promise… Lessons in privatization… Climate challenged… Race and class… Missed accountability… The looming monument……
  8. Letter to America by Scott Russell Sanders

    Terrain.org - Environment 01.19 / 15:14 terrain.org
      Guest Editorial   Dear America, The first television images I can recall seeing, as a boy in the 1950s, were of white Southerners attacking peaceful black demonstrators with police dogs, fire hoses, tear gas, clubs, and curses. Even black children, neatly dressed and carrying books, were turned away from schools by white sheriffs and […] The post Letter to America by Scott Russell Sanders appeared first on Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built + Natural…
  1. Ecology issues much-anticipated revised CAFO permit

    Capital Press - Ag Sectors 01.19 / 17:32 capitalpress.com
    The new permit is expected to cover about 200 mid-sized and large dairies in Washington…
  2. Bodyguards in the gut have a chemical weapon

    Eurekalert.org - Agriculture  01.19 / 17:12 eurekalert.org
    (Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology) Beneficial bacteria in the gut of moth larvae produce an antibiotic that kills competing bacteria which otherwise have detrimental effects on insect development. An international team of scientists under the direction of the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in Jena, Germany, were able to demonstrate for the first time that symbiotic Enterococcus mundtii bacteria secrete the antimicrobial peptide mundticin. It enters harmful germs in the…
  3. New book explores why the discovery of sex in plants took so long

    Eurekalert.org - Agriculture  01.19 / 17:11 eurekalert.org
    (University of California - Santa Cruz) Sexual reproduction in animals has been recognized since ancient times and used in the breeding of domesticated animals for more than 10,000 years. For most of that time, however, there was no intentional breeding of crop plants because people didn't think plants had sex. A new book, 'Flora Unveiled,' offers a deep history of perceptions about plant gender and sexuality, from the Paleolithic to the 19th…
  4. Farmers, channel your inner Rooster

    Farm and Dairy - News 01.19 / 15:17 farmanddairy.com
    It's the Chinese Year of the Rooster, and one of the rooster's 'virtues' is management. Farmers should take note, says Editor Susan Crowell: This year has to be the year you focus on your management game. The post Farmers, channel your inner Rooster appeared first on Farm and…
  5. California DPR expands Pesticide Monitoring Network

    FGN - News 01.19 / 15:06 fruitgrowersnews.com
    The California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR), in cooperation with the California Air Resources Board (CARB), is increasing the number of communities where air monitoring for pesticides will be conducted. The expanded air-monitoring network will allow DPR to obtain more data from more locations and give a more comprehensive picture of pesticide concentrations in the […] The post California DPR expands Pesticide Monitoring Network appeared first on Fruit Growers…
  6. Ag Secretary is Last Minute Choice for Trump

    Precision.agwired.com - Agriculture  01.19 / 13:43 precision.agwired.com
    President-elect Donald Trump will officially round out his cabinet by nominating former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue as Secretary of Agriculture just a little more than 24 hours before the inauguration. As word about the choice spread Wednesday evening, most agricultural groups were waiting until the official announcement to respond, but one of the first was American Farm Bureau president Zippy ... Read…
  7. Bayer/Monsanto Merger Looks Promising with Trump

    Precision.agwired.com - Agriculture  01.19 / 13:42 precision.agwired.com
    President-elect Trump’s transition team updated reporters yesterday on the outcome of meetings last week regarding Bayer’s acquisition of Monsanto. Trump press secretary Sean Spicer says the president-elect received commitments from Bayer CEO Werner Baumann that they would keep Monsanto in St. Louis and “retain 100 percent of Monsanto’s 9,000-plus U.S. workforce and create at least 3,000 new U.S. high-tech jobs.” ... Read…
  8. Dollar Recovers On Fed Chair Comments

    Agweb.com - News 01.19 / 12:12 agweb.com
    Grain markets are weaker on light volume profit taking. The US Dollar is continuing its recovery while crude oil bounces off technical support. The stock indices are quiet ahead of tomorrow’s i…
  1. Bullseye: Amazing SpaceX Images Highlight Perfect Falcon 9 Landing

    Universe Today - News 01.19 / 18:09 universetoday.com
    SpaceX was able to celebrate a successful return to flight this week with a picture-perfect launch of the Falcon 9 rocket on January 14, 2017 that successfully delivered a fleet of ten advanced Iridium NEXT mobile voice and data relay satellites to orbit. But the icing on the cake was the dead-center landing and recovery […] The post Bullseye: Amazing SpaceX Images Highlight Perfect Falcon 9 Landing appeared first on Universe…
  2. Adventures With “Copyscope”

    Universe Today - News 01.19 / 17:32 universetoday.com
    Every telescope has a story to tell. We returned back to the U S of A recently, and one of our first tasks upon re-establishing our lives back in Florida was to dig through the archaeological strata that is our storage unit. Headlamp on and Leatherman in hand, we worked our way through layers put in place over years of storage unit drop-off runs. The post Adventures With “Copyscope” appeared first on Universe…
  3. The $2.4-Billion Plan to Steal a Rock from Mars

    NASA is now building the rover that it hopes will bring back signs of life on the red planet -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com …
  4. Live coverage: Today’s Atlas 5 countdown and launch journal

    Spaceflightnow.com -Space 01.19 / 15:57 spaceflightnow.com
    A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket is scheduled to fly this evening at 7:46 p.m. EST (0046 GMT) from Cape Canaveral to deploy the U.S. military's SBIRS GEO Flight 3 observatory, equipped with advanced telescopic infrared vision to spot enemy missile launches, for early warning surveillance. Follow the ascent in our live journal.…
  5. Daphnis

    Nineplanets.org -Space 01.19 / 14:43 nineplanets.org
    Probably one of our last views of Daphnis from Cassini. The moon appears to be traveling towards the right in this image. From Cassini: The wavemaker moon, Daphnis, is featured in this view, taken as NASA’s Cassini spacecraft made one of its ring-grazing passes over the outer edges of Saturn’s rings on Jan. 16, 2017.…
  6. Release of Sentinel-3 Sea and Land Surface Temperature Radiometer (SLSTR) Level-1B NTC products

    Eumetsat.int -Space 01.19 / 10:26 www.eumetsat.int
    From 19 January 2017, SLSTR Level-1B products will be available at Non Time Critical (NTC)…
  7. New NASA-themed TV Pilot by ‘The Martian’ Author Andy Weir

    Universe Today - News 01.19 / 00:23 universetoday.com
    Author Andy Weir, who wrote the bestselling novel “The Martian” on which the successful 2015 movie of the same name was based, announced CBS is picking up his idea for a new pilot for a television show called “Mission Control.” “For the past several months, I’ve been working on a TV show pilot, and I’m […] The post New NASA-themed TV Pilot by ‘The Martian’ Author Andy Weir appeared first on Universe Today…
  8. Data Shows That 2016 Was The Warmest Year on Record Globally

    Spaceref.com - 01.18 / 17:23 spaceref.com
    Earth's 2016 surface temperatures were the warmest since modern recordkeeping began in 1880, according to independent analyses by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration…
  1. ​B-2 bomber hits Islamic State sites in Libya

    Flightglobal.com - Military&Defense 01.19 / 18:53 flightglobal.com
    Two US Air Force B-2 Spirit bombers killed at least 80 ISIL fighters over Libya 19 January, marking only the fifth operation for the stealth aircraft and its first mission since…
  2. Trump’s Bullshit v. National Security Facts

    Lawfareblog.com - Military&Defense 01.19 / 18:32 lawfareblog.com
    In her post “On Bullshit and the Oath of Office,” Quinta Jurecic joined several other commentators in reflecting that President-elect Trump is a bullshitter — in the technical sense of the term as defined by Harry Frankfurt in his classic essay On Bullshit. Trump, she explained, “gives every appearance of proudly moving through the world without ever bothering to consider how concepts of truth or falsehood might potentially shape his behavior.” Jurecic’s enlightening contribution was to ref…
  3. Feds: Moorestown day care violated ADA

    Chesterbrook Academy 'deeply disappointed' over allegations involving girl with Down…
  4. 'Not an uncommon story': Christie staffer talks addiction

    A.J. Solomon came from a privileged background but sank to the depths of heroin dependency; now he hopes to help…
  5. Trump’s No Good, Very Bad, Absolutely Stupid Comments on the EU and NATO

    Atlanticsentinel.com - Military&Defense 01.19 / 16:27 atlanticsentinel.com
    Encouraging the continent that produced two world wars to fashion swords from plowshares is a terrible…
  6. Mexico's management of its US relationship to define ruling PRI's ability to stay in power beyond 2018

    Janes.com -Military 01.19 / 16:22 www.janes.com
    Key Points Incoming US president Donald Trump has already managed to persuade a select group of companies to put investment plans in Mexico on hold, reducing investment and employment prospects in parts of Mexico's Nuevo León and San Luis Potosí states. A slowdown in economic growth a…
  7. Defunding the United Nations over Resolution 2334 Would Be a Huge Mistake

    Lawfareblog.com - Military&Defense 01.19 / 16:05 lawfareblog.com
    The list of political institutions and norms that I have taken for granted and which are now under threat seems to grow by the day. High on the list are the multilateral organizations that have formed the core of the postwar liberal international order. President-elect Trump has been vociferous in his criticism of NATO, which has now gone well beyond campaign rhetoric about other countries not paying their share and is now alarming critical U.S. allies as he enters office. He has also …
  8. Former Haddonfield fireman to kayak 444 miles for vets

    Denis Carmody, who resided in Haddonfield for many years, will start the solo expedition on May 20 in New…
  1. Access to anesthesia care is not improved when states eliminate physician supervision

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 01.19 / 17:57 medicalxpress.com
    Patient access to anesthesia care for seven common surgical procedures is not increased when states "opt-out" of the Medicare rule that requires anesthesia to be administered with physician supervision, reports a study published in the Online First edition of Anesthesiology, the peer-reviewed medical journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA). The study showed that "opt-out" states did not experience a reduction in the distance patients were required to travel for their…
  2. As cells age, the fat content within them shifts

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 01.19 / 17:56 medicalxpress.com
    As cells age and stop dividing, their fat content changes, along with the way they produce and break down fat and other molecules classified as lipids, according to a new University at Buffalo…
  3. In Alzheimer's, excess tau protein damages brain's GPS

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 01.19 / 17:20 medicalxpress.com
    Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) researchers have discovered that the spatial disorientation that leads to wandering in many Alzheimer's disease patients is caused by the accumulation of tau protein in navigational nerve cells in the brain. The findings, in mice, could lead to early diagnostic tests for Alzheimer's and highlight novel targets for treating this common and troubling…
  4. Curb your immune enthusiasm

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 01.19 / 17:19 medicalxpress.com
    Normally when we think of viruses, from the common cold to HIV, we want to boost people's immunity to fight them. But for scientists who develop therapeutic viruses (to, for example, target cancer cells or correct gene deficiencies) a more important question is: How do we keep people's natural immune responses at bay? In these cases, an overenthusiastic immune response actually undermines the…
  5. Research team develops new diagnostic tool to identify tinnitus in animals

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 01.19 / 16:06 medicalxpress.com
    A team of researchers from Wayne State University has developed a behavioral tool that may significantly aid in understanding the underlying mechanisms of tinnitus, ultimately leading to new drugs and treatment…
  6. $460 mn vaccine initiative to tackle viruses

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 01.19 / 15:29 medicalxpress.com
    As the world still reels from outbreaks of deadly Ebola and baby-deforming Zika, governments and charities on Thursday launched a $460-million initiative to "outsmart" infectious…
  7. Allegheny Health Network Sets New Standard for Timely Access to Healthcare Services in Western Pennsylvania

    Bio-medicine.org - Medecine 01.19 / 14:19 bio-medicine.org
    Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) January 19, 2017 Allegheny Health Network (AHN) officials today announced a bold new step to greatly enhance the experience of patients who seek access to the Network’s programs and services in the greater Pittsburgh region. Starting January 23, patients who call AHN by…
  8. Trial determines safest airway device for babies in surgery

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 01.19 / 14:16 medicalxpress.com
    A ground-breaking Western Australian medical trial, involving babies with breathing problems, has determined that a laryngeal mask (a medical device that keeps a patient's airway open) is the preferred option over an endotracheal tube during minor surgical…
  1. Hactl closes out a strong 2016 after bumper November numbers

    Aircargoworld.com - Industries 01.19 / 18:52 aircargoworld.com
    Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Ltd. (Hactl) finished 2016 in good form, increasing 2015 tonnage by 1.7 percent to more than 1.65 million tonnes, and setting new terminal and ramp handling records. Transshipments recorded the highest growth, at 29.6 percent, year-over-year, growth. Mail, courier and express traffic rose 8.4 percent,Read…
  2. What’s In A Title? An Audio System Engineer By Any Other Name…

    Prosoundweb.com - Industries 01.19 / 18:38 prosoundweb.com
    Deck: It's about working diligently to live up to the definition of a true professional …
  3. Florida Power & Light Constructs Distribution Control Center In West Palm Beach, Florida

    Areadevelopment.com - Industries 01.19 / 18:15 areadevelopment.com
    Florida Power & Light Company started construction on its new state-of-the-art distribution control center in West Palm Beach, Florida, designed to ensure greater everyday reliability and more efficient communication, collaboration and response during emergency restoration…
  4. California water board faces criticism over San Joaquin Valley proposal

    Thepacker.com - Industries 01.19 / 18:00 thepacker.com
    The California State Water Resources Control Board is being urged to redraft a proposal to double the minimum environmental flows from the Merced, Tuolumne and Stanislaus rivers. …
  5. Demag duo lifts drive system

    Heavyliftnews.com - Industries 01.19 / 17:57 heavyliftnews.com
    Demag duo lifts drive system January 19 - MSG Krandienst has loaded a 200-tonne drive system for a tunnel boring machine from a heavy goods vehicle onto a ship at the German Port of Kehl, relying…
  6. Mackie Announces New Big Knob Series Monitor Controllers With Additional Capabilities

    Prosoundweb.com - Industries 01.19 / 17:24 prosoundweb.com
    The three models in the new Mackie Big Knob Series. Summary: Three options for a wide variety of studio levels and recording applications …
  7. North Shore hires news sales director

    Thepacker.com - Industries 01.19 / 17:24 thepacker.com
    North Shore Sales & Marketing, a Thermal, Calif.-based grower of living herbs, hired Greg Mooney as director of sales. …
  8. Jacking and widening of 3 STS cranes, Belgium

    Heavyliftnews.com - Industries 01.19 / 17:20 heavyliftnews.com
    OverviewALE has successfully performed the jacking and widening operations for the modification of 3 STS (Ship to Shore) cranes at a container terminal in Zeebrugge, Belgium.  …