PKP Cargo looks to acquire Romanian operators

first_imgEUROPE: Polish freight operator PKP Cargo announced on October 17 that it had started talks to acquire shares in three Romanian operators.Ploiești-based Vest Trans Rail SRL, Ferest Logistics SRL and Romcargounit SRL (both based in București) are active on the Romanian market, and PKP Cargo said that their acquisition would fit with its 2019-23 strategy of expanding its operations outside Poland in central and eastern Europe.last_img

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MRT Jakarta Uji Coba Operasional Secara Penuh, Masyarakat Bisa Ikut Mencobanya

first_img“Saat uji coba nanti, kami menerapkan sistem kuota atau akan ada pembatasan jumlah orang yang bisa mengikuti uji coba kereta MRT Jakarta setiap hari,” ujar Kamaludin yang dikutip KabarPenumpang.com dari siaran pers, Jumat (18/1/2019).Tak hanya itu, setiap harinya hingga masa pengoperasian secara komersial, kuota yang ditetapkan akan mengalami peningkatan secara bertahap. Kamaludin menjelaskan, bahwa masyarakat yang berminat harus memasukkan data diri ke website seperti nama, alamat dan nomor identitas.Sedangkan untuk batas usia minimal mengikuti uji coba tersebut pun akan ditetapkan. Kamaludin mengatakan, batas usia akan diinformasikan kepada masyarakat setelah pendaftaran melalui website dibuka.“Sepuluh hari pertama mulai tanggal 26 Februari 2019 itu peserta yang naik kereta MRT akan ikut dalam simulasi situasi emergency. Sehingga kuota akan ada pembatasan dari segi usia,” uhar Kamaludin.Sebab dari tanggal 26 Februari hingga 7 Maret 2019 mendatang, MRT akan uji coba dengan skenario keadaan darurat yang akan diawasi oleh instansi berwenang. Kamaludin menegaskan, setelah sepuluh hari uji coba dengan skenario keadaan darurat, pendaftaran akan kembali dibuka untuk umum tanpa ada batasan umur.Baca juga: MRT Jakarta: Pemberlakuan Gerbong Khusus Wanita Hanya di Jam TertentuPihaknya juga mengimbau agar masyarakat terus memantau akun media sosial serta webite resmi PT MRT Jakarta untuk mendapat informasi terbaru untuk uji coba kereta MRT. Saat ini diketahui, pihak MRT Jakarta tengah menyempurnakan pengoperasian website pendaftaran uji coba sehingga masyarakat belum bisa mengakses website untuk mendaftar.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedJelang Operasional Penuh, MRT Jakarta Perkenalkan ‘Kartu Jelajah’ untuk Transaksi06/02/2019In “Darat”Anda Mau Coba MRT Jakarta Gratis? Jangan Lupa Daftar Pada 5 Maret 201926/02/2019In “Darat”Delapan Kereta MRT Jakarta Uji Coba Secara Penuh dengan Headway 10 Menit31/01/2019In “Darat” Saaat uji coba kereta MRT Jakarta (KabarPenumpang.com) Sebagai layanan kereta bawah tanah pertama di Republik ini, tentu kehadiran MRT Jakarta menberi warna tersendiri dalam sejarah transportasi di Indonesia. Dan jelang peluncuran penuh pada bulan Maret mendatang, setiap netizen ramai membicarakan wahana transportasi masa depan ini. Setelah sebelumnya hanya media dan beberapa pejabat negara yang berkesempatan menjajal MRT Jakarta, kini giliran warga masyarakat luas diberi kesempatan mencoba komuter ini sebelum beroperasi penuh.Baca juga: Tiga Stasiun MRT Jakarta Kini Telah Miliki “Naming Right”Lantas yang jadi pertanyaan, bagaimana caranya untuk merasakan sensasi naik MRT fase 1 jurusan Lebak Bulus Bundaran HI? Corporate Secretary Divison Head PT MRT Jakarta Muhamad Kamaludin mengatakan, kesempatan ini diberikan untuk maskarakat selama tahap fase full trail run atau uji coba operasional secara penuh yang akan dimulai 26 Februari 2019 mendatang. Namun, dia menambahkan untuk masyarakat yang akan mencoba masih terbatas dan PT MRT Jakarta akan membuka pendaftaran yang bisa dilakukan melalui website MRT Jakarta.last_img read more

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New spread offense is clicking for Conner Kilbourne and his Ravenna teammates

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ENDS IN RAVENNA – When Ravenna junior quarterback Conner Kilbourne learned that new head coach Doug Samuels was implementing a new spread offense, with a heavy focus on the passing game, he had mixed feelings.None of his thoughts were necessarily negative. But for a player who operated out of a run-heavy I-formation or wishbone since he started playing quarterback in second grade, it was uncharted territory.“I was excited at first, but also a little nervous,” Kilbourne said. “I was worried that since it was so new to us, we were going to make a lot of mistakes.“But then we started getting everyone together for drills at the end of the school year, and then working out in the weight room. And by the time we got to team camp during the summer, everything was clicking.”The new spread offense has worked out quite well for Ravenna through three games.Conner KilbourneKilbourne is flourishing in distributing the ball to a talented cast of receivers, and the 2-1 Bulldogs are lighting up the scoreboard for an average of 46 points per game. They’ll look to go to 3-0 in the West Michigan Conference on Friday when they battle Shelby.Kilbourne (5-11, 165 pounds) has passed for an impressive 749 yards and nine touchdowns, and has also added two more scores on the ground.It’s been a stunning change for a program that built a reputation as a dominant running team under former coaches Dusty Fairfield and David Smith.“We haven’t had more than one wide receiver in the last 35 years,” Samuels said with a laugh.When Samuels took over in late February, he knew he couldn’t throw a ton of new information at his players and expect it to stick. Some of the concepts, he said, would be like a foreign language.Connor Kilbourne winds back to make the pass during Ravenna’s Week 3 win over North Muskegon. Photo/Mitchell Dixon MSD Photography“The kids were really receptive to it from the get-go,” Samuels said. “I think they were ready for some change. I knew there were a lot of basketball kids on the roster, so I tried to use some of the verbiage based on basketball, just so it could be easily recalled. Eventually, you want them to react instead of having to think about what they need to do.”The passing game has flourished because Ravenna returned a lot of quick-twitch, athletic players who thrive as receivers in the spread, including Grant Parker, Calvin Schillo, Josh Cox and Jack Emery. Each has hauled in touchdown passes from Kilbourne.Senior running back Garry Johnson is the X-factor in the offense, adding a strong ground element to the attack. He tallied 197 yards on 32 carries in the Bulldogs’ 53-26 comeback win over North Muskegon last Friday.“We’ve shown we can win in different ways, which is encouraging going forward,” Samuels said.But it’s Kilbourne who is running the show at the quarterback position. Samuels said his skill set stood out during early spring drills and throughout the summer, when he was a leader in the weight room and at 7-on-7 passing camps.“He’s very accurate throwing the ball, and that’s what we need to be effective offensively,” Samuels said. “There’s a lot on his shoulders, because we trust him to make a lot of the calls at the line of scrimmage. He’s a very smart player.”While he doesn’t possess breakaway speed, Kilbourne is still a capable runner, according to Samuels. He’s patient waiting for holes to develop and decisive when bursting through them.Kilbourne credits Ravenna’s offensive line, which he says has allowed him to be hit “only once or twice” this season. The unit, led by massive senior left tackle Dale Young, also includes senior tackle Alex Straub, junior guards Chase Shelly and Derek Place, and junior center Hunter Funk.“When we execute, it’s just exciting to think about, because I think we can play with anybody and we can be one of the top teams in our league,” Kilbourne said. “Every day, we talk about championship effort. Coach always says we have to bring it every single play. And when we’re watching film, the list is getting shorter and shorter every week of those who didn’t.” $0.00 Otherlast_img read more

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Boxer Adonis Stevenson is still in coma after getting knocked out three weeks ago

first_imgAdvertisement b8hxNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs62mkWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E6jz( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 7mWould you ever consider trying this?😱3dgbCan your students do this? 🌚zm537Roller skating! Powered by Firework Former WBC light heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson was knocked out in the eleventh round by the newly crowned champion, thereby ending Stevenson’s five-year reign as a champion. Canada native Stevenson was knocked out by Oleksandr Gvosdyk of Ukraine in a light heavyweight title bout that took place in Quebec City, Montreal.Advertisement Gvosdyk knocked out Stevenson with a flurry of hard shots at 2:49 seconds of the 11th round. The 41-year-old boxer was put on a stretcher after the bout and left Videotron Centre in an ambulance.Advertisement However, according to his promoter Yvon Michel, Stevenson’s condition has not improved and he is still in a coma and doctors sedated him and placed him on a ventilator since December 1.Promoter Yvon Michel said Thursday “doctors do not venture an opinion on what lies ahead” for the former WBC light heavyweight champion.Advertisement He further stated that “there is no improvement at the moment. He has a great team of doctors who take care of him and the evaluations are daily.”Stevenson is in intensive care at Quebec City’s Hopital de l’Enfant-Jesusstill and “needs mechanical assistance to breathe”SportsIndiashow and MMAIndia team pray for the speedy recovery of the former Light Heavyweight champion.Also Read:Tyson Fury To Donate $10 Million Purse To Helping The Poor And Homeless Advertisementlast_img read more

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SPORT: The Week in Review

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When suicide looks like relief

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