ESTA marks RUD’s ICE-CURT tensioner with safety award

first_imgThe ICE-CURT tensioner is the newest component in RUD’s ICE range of high strength chain products specially designed for optimal load security. It features a unique design using a magnetic fastening barrier coupling to more securely fasten heavy loads through shock and vehicle vibrations experienced during long transits, according to a company statement.The ICE-CURT tensioner received an 2011 ESTA Safety Award as an innovative solution for optimal load security.ESTA is the unique European organisation for trade associations representing mobile cranes and access platforms, rental companies and abnormal road transport companies.The EUR170 million (USD241.2 million) RUD group offers chain systems and components for a wide range of applications. It currently has over 1,500 employees working in its production facilities and sales offices located in over 120 countries worldwide.last_img read more

Globalink pipes up

first_imgThe pipes were received at Iraq’s Port of Umm Qasr, where Globalink used cranes to offload the pipes from the vessel into the storage area and handled the Customs clearance formalities.The cranes were then used to load the pipes onto trucks for transport to the jobsite. Due to security concerns, a convoy of escorts joined the road transport to the cargo’s final destination.Globalink is a member of The Heavy Lift Group (THLG).  www.globalinkllc.comwww.theheavyliftgroup.comlast_img

Conor Swail leads Irish 1-2-3 in Italian Grand Prix

first_img 25 March 2018, 18:06 Irish domination of this weekend’s Show Jumping fixtures continued in Italy this evening (Sunday), where Co Down’s Conor Swail led an Irish whitewash of the top three places in the Arezzo three-star Grand Prix.Swail and the 10-year-old gelding Domino van de Valhoeve posted the fastest double clear of a six-horse jump-off, crossing the line in 40.03 seconds to take the top prize of €7500. He was followed in second by Co Waterford’s Peter Moloney and d’Atlantique Royale (40.84), while Meath’s Alexander Butler also filled third place for Ireland with Theoreme du Desir (42.45).The result comes on the back of excellent results for Irish riders over the past 48 hours in Spain, The United States and in Mexico. Home  »  General  »  Conor Swail leads Irish 1-2-3 in Italian Grand Prix Conor Swail leads Irish 1-2-3 in Italian Grand Prix Tags:last_img read more

Regina Hall joins “black-ish” star Marsai Martin in “Little”

first_img Related Photo by Marcus Ingram/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) — Regina Hall has booked her latest film project.According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hall has joined the cast of Little. The film, starring and executive-produced by black-ish star Marsai Martin, will also be executive -roduced by Hall with Girls Trip producer Will Packer and black-ish creator Kenya Barris to produce.Hall joins Issa Rae in the cast.The comedy, based on an original idea from Martin, follows a woman who “gets the chance to relive the carefree life as her younger self” when adulthood becomes too much for her to manage. At this time, Hall and Rae’s characters are unknown.Little hits theaters September 20, 2019. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img

Monrovia Public Library moving operations during construction

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre Most of the library’s regular programs will continue to be held at the temporary location, but some will move to other venues. The library’s Nov. 15 afternoon special, “I Wanna Be a Dog,” featuring storyteller Karen Rae Kraut, will be at 3:45 p.m. at Broadoaks Elementary School, 930 E. Lemon Ave. The “Thanksgiving Bookfeast,” scheduled for Nov. 17, will be held at the Santa Anita Family YMCA Day Care Center on Mountain Avenue behind the YMCA building. Pre-arranged literacy services and tutoring will be held at the Monrovia Community Center, 119 W. Palm Ave. Closure of the old library will clear the way for its demolition. MONROVIA – The Monrovia Public Library will close Nov. 13 and move to its temporary site at the Mary Wilcox Youth Center, 843 E. Olive Ave., on the southeast corner of Recreation Park. Beginning Dec. 17, the Youth Center will serve as the temporary library for the next 18 months. Meanwhile, a new 28,000-square-foot library will be built in Library Park, 321 S. Myrtle Ave. The new library is scheduled to be completed in spring 2009. The temporary facility will house all the library’s current children’s collection, most of the adult collection and both the adult and children’s public-use computers. The library is being financed by a parcel tax Monrovia voters approved March 6. The tax is scheduled to raise $15.5 million to build the library. [email protected] (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4475160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more