26 Oct
2019

Johnny Manziel Dropped An Emotional Instagram Post About Making It Back To The NFL

first_imgcfl quarterback johnny manziel on the sidelineHAMILTON, ON – MAY 28: Johnny Manziel #2 of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats takes part in a preseason practice session at Ron Joyce Stadium on May 28, 2018 in Hamilton, Canada. (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)For those wondering what Johnny Manziel will do next, stop wondering.The former NFL quarterback took to Instagram to stop the speculation about his future after the Alliance of American Football shuttered its doors last week.Manziel plans to make it back to the NFL.In an emotional post on Instagram, Manziel revealed he’ll be spending time with family in Texas and around the Texas A&M campus gearing up for a run at the NFL again.“For everyone asking me what the next move is and all the crazy assumptions out there, I’ll be the one to set it straight. I have one single goal right now and that is to get back to the NFL,” Manziel said on social media.“Until that call comes or the opportunity presents itself I will be working every single day to be prepared. I plan on spending time with my family in Texas and getting back around the University I love with all of my heart. Thank you for all the support over the years it truly means the world.”Manziel bounced around the Spring Football League, Canadian Football League and the AAF before its early demise.XFL Commissioner Oliver Luck suggested a spot could open up for Manziel in the XFL. However, it looks like Manziel has only one mission: make it back to the NFL.Stay tuned.last_img read more

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24 Oct
2019

UK: TLT Continues to Grow

first_img此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站?确定 My location TLT, January 24, 2014 Print  Close zoom Portcentric operation The Logistics Terminal has continued to show rapid growth, with 2013 seeing throughput up 100% for the second consecutive year.TLT was set up in January 2011at the Port of Tilbury, and now deals with more than 12,000 TEU’s a year across the operation of container collection, restitution and devanning, storage, cross-docking and distribution.The TLT site has grown to 150,000 sqft warehouse indoor storage, and 200,000 sqft of external hard standing, with more than 8 acres of space in all, where around 150 picks a day take place.Richard Newbold, TLT Partner said: “The growth we continue to see at TLT is fantastic, and shows that the Portcentric model is one that works well and is in demand across a range of industries.“We have now doubled in size each year since we began, and expect to do so again in 2014. The opening of London Gateway just a few miles away means that more goods are being imported through South Essex, which will continue to support our growth this year.”TLT offload and load out more than 1000 TEU’s and vehicles a month, as well as cross docking another 500 vehicles. It mainly works with importers of plywood, timber and building products, as well as fruit importers and large UK and European manufacturers.The Logistics Terminal’s location at the Port of Tilbury gives access to 30% of the UK’s customers within a two-hour drive. TLT can quickly offload containers and return them to the port, with secure bonded warehousing space available before working with distribution and haulage companies to ensure safe onward delivery to the end user.last_img read more

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8 Oct
2019

CPC shuts refinery for two weeks

Ceylon Petroleum Corp (Ceypetco) will shut Sri Lanka’s sole 50,000 barrels-per-day oil (bpd) refinery for two weeks on Friday after exhausting its supply of mainly Iranian crude oil, a company official said.The company has enough crude to last until Friday and will receive its next crude oil shipment from Dubai on Nov. 8 or Nov. 9 when the refinery will restart, Ceypetco general manager Susantha Silva told Reuters. “This does not mean we are going to close down the refinery permanently. This will be a temporary closure,” said Silva. The refinery will also undergo maintenance during the shutdown, he added.The refinery is configured to run on Iranian crude and has been scrambling to fill a shortfall after it was unable to bring in Iranian crude because of Western sanctions. “We are getting one crude parcel from Dubai on Nov. 8 or 9 and one from Saudi Arabia on Nov. 13. Another one scheduled (from Abu Dhabi) in December. So we have lined up crude for refining.”Exports from Iran, which is grappling with tough Western sanctions targeting its energy and petrochemical sectors, have fallen sharply as consumers struggle both to pay for the oil and to secure insurance cover for tankers to ship the crude. Ceypetco has been having problems running the refinery at full capacity as alternative crudes like Arabian light are not able to give the refinery the proper yield, Silva said earlier.Sri Lanka, which is dependent on Iranian crude oil, has reduced its Iranian crude imports by 20 percent this year, but disagrees with Western sanctions that are punishing countries that depend on its oil, Foreign Minister G.L. Peiris said earlier this week.The country is now in talks with Iran to find suitable payment method for its crude, as banks dealing with Iran have also been targeted by western sanctions. Iran has not offered any discounts on its crude, Peiris said.  (Reuters) read more

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