The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) and Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for a period of five years, appointing Bahri to transport all the equipment, tools, spare parts and products imported from outside by SEC.The MoU was signed by Engr. Ibrahim Al-Omar, CEO of Bahri and Engr. Ziad Al-Shiha, CEO of SEC.“This is aimed at supporting strategic resettlement of projects for electrical industries and exchange of experiences between the two companies to provide appropriate work environment. This may also contribute to the successful implementation of government plans to promote domestic industries in light of the overall economic boom in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at all levels in recent years,” Bahri said in a statement.According to the MoU, a joint working group comprising a number of specialists and experts from the two companies will be formed to study opprtunities for cooperation strengthening and to put in place plans needed to implement the strategies for an effective transportation and resettlement of electrical industries.Integrated logistics services for the marine, land and air transportation will be provided as stipulated in the MoU.In line with the MoU, SEC will nominate Bahri to offer its services to those who deal with suppliers and contractors from internally and externally.SEC revealed in May its strategy to localize electrical industries in the Kingdom through three major initiatives based on stimulating local contractors and manufacturers, and highlight investment opportunities in the promotion of spare parts and materials industries locally.
The PCN head office is now preparing for what will be its largest member gathering to date – the PCN Annual Summit, November 17-19, 2013 in Bangkok, Thailand. Rachel Humphrey, founder and chairwoman of PCN, observed that starting a network during the global financial crisis was a calculated risk: “Having seen recessions in the past we positioned ourselves to take on the many challenges associated with managing a network through difficult times. “In working with heavy lift and project cargo specialists we have found that a company’s ability to adjust to the changing economic climate significantly affects how well it will emerge from challenging times. We were prepared and ready to assist our members to help build and develop their specialist services.” Humprey added that over the last 12 months PCN accepted 71 members; more than 80 applicants were rejected due to a lack of experience, too many of their own overseas offices, or due to a country being fully-represented. www.projectcargonetwork.com
Wellington’s offensive line of Braden Struble, Julian Burden, Kanden Young, Jake Soria and Kenny Fehrman provided great protection for the backs all evening against Rose Hill.by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — A couple weeks ago, one could attribute Wellington’s win to the offense. Last week, one could say it was the defense. Friday night in Rose Hill, one could say it was the special teams.The Crusaders improved to 4-1 with a 38-7 victory over Rose Hill Friday.Wellington would score 8 of its first 14 points on a blocked punt and miscue thereafter to give the Crusaders a 14-0 lead. Late in the game, Karsten Gill would kick a 26 yard field goal, the first for Wellington since 2010. It has been a long time coming.“If it had not been for the special teams, I’m not sure we would have scored in the first half,” said Zane Aguilar, Wellington head football coach. “As far as Karsten, I’m so happy for him. I’m convinced he will win one for us.”Wellington is sitting pretty in the Class 4A West race where teams will be seeded based on record. The Crusaders are currently the second seed with a 4-1 record and 39 net points – behind only McPherson, which is 5-0 with 65 and ahead of Goddard with 39 points. Things get tougher for the Crusaders in the next three weeks. Wellington battles Labette County (3-2), Winfield (2-3) and Mulvane (3-2). As far as Rose Hill, Wellington was clearly the better team, but had trouble generating a lot of offense in the first half. The Crusaders took a 14-0 first quarter lead in a rather unconventional way. On Rose Hill’s first drive of negative 3 yards, Isaac Hilt would block a punt in the end zone. The ball was mishandled and a Rose Hill player recovered giving the Crusaders a 2-0 lead.On the next drive, Michael Ledbetter connected with DeAndre Washington on a 31-yard pass reception to the 4.Two plays later, Ledbetter scores from the 1 to give the Dukes an 8-0 lead.Then after Rose Hill’s offense stalled again, a towering snap over the Rocket punter’s head led to Wellington getting the ball at the 1. Ledbetter scored again from the 1 and it was 14-0.Rose Hill pieced together its best play of the night, driving to the 9. But Wellington’s defense would pin Rose Hill for three losses in a row and took over on downs. The Crusaders had little success offensively the rest of the half and took a 14-0 lead into the locker room.Zander Vargas ran for 102 yards as Wellington wins big Friday night.At the beginning of the second half, Wellington would recover a fumble deep in Rose Hill territory and Zander Vargas would rumble in for a 13-yard score to give the Crusaders a 21-0 lead.Late in the third, Ledbetter would connect with Caleb Reichenberger on a crossing rout to put the Crusaders up 28-0, 3:37 in third.Late in the game, Hilt would score on a 24 yard run to make it 35-0. Gill would follow with a field goal, the first for Wellington since the Obama’s first term. Rose Hill scored with 51 seconds left to prevent the shutout.Statistically, Wellington had 283 yards of offense to Rose Hill’s 82. In the past two games, Wellington’s defense has held opponents to 22 yard in combined passing yards. If the Crusaders could do that a third time against a highly touted and Iowa State University bound Easton Dean, the quarterback from Labette, then that will be a major accomplishment. W- Vargas 13 run (PAT good) Passing: W- Ledbetter 5-13-96. R- Carlson 2-11-14, 1 int. Penalties – W- 4-35. RH – 2-20 W- Ledbetter 1 run (PAT no good) R- Jones 2-8, Nolan 2-6, Leck 5-17, Cox 10-28, Carson 8(-7), Barnhart 3-8, Koenigsman 2-8. Total: 33-68. W- Ledbetter 1 run (PAT no good) W- Safety. Blocked punt (PAT no good) W- Hilt 24 run (PAT good) Wellington140141038 Receiving: W- Washington 3-61, Reichenberger 1-24, Probs 1-11. W- Reichenberger 25 pass from Ledbetter (PAT good) R- Jones 2-8, Nolan 2-6, Leck 5-17, Cox 10-28, Carson 8(-7), Barnhart 3-8, Koenigsman 2-8. Total: 33-68. Rushing: W – Vargas 19-102, Ledbetter 11-21, Reichenberger 3-25, Hilt 2-30, Johnon 5-10, Hogg 2-(-1). Total: 39-187 Week #5 Wellington 38 Rose Hill 7 W- Gill 26 field goal. Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. 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