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MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo, powered by SMM, is the most recent addition to the maritime exhibition portfolio of Hamburg Messe und Congress GmbH (HMC). Launching this year, the new trade fair is dedicated to the interior design and outfitting of passenger ships, addressing strong demand from the booming cruise and ferry market. MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo will take place for the first time from 11 to 13 September 2019 at the Hamburg Messe fair complex. Innovative suppliers from all segments of the ship interior equipment and design industry will showcase their products at this specialist maritime trade fair. Visitors will include procurement executives, interior designers and other decision-makers from the world’s leading cruise and ferry lines, shipyards and design studios.In preparation of the launch of MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo, the organisers conducted comprehensive market analyses. Exhibitors and visitors will benefit from the decades of experience and the extensive network of SMM – the leading international maritime trade fair, which is also organised by HMC. Another factor that will guarantee the event’s success is the fact that it is held in parallel with Seatrade Europe – Cruise and River Cruise Convention, which is already attracting thousands of senior cruise industry representatives to Hamburg’s fair complex. Leading international event organiser UBM, which has been cooperating with HMC in organising Seatrade Europe for years, will also partner HMC for MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo.“By launching MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo we are creating a new platform for showcasing trends and innovations that will make the cruise experience even more luxurious, entertaining and unique,” explains Bernd Aufderheide, President and CEO of Hamburg Messe und Congress. “What is more, we are responding to a request expressed by many exhibitors to establish a standalone trade fair dedicated entirely to the fast-growing passenger ship interiors segment. Already at SMM 2018, more than 300 exhibitors from this segment were present.”Hamburg is an ideal city to host MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo. The new trade fair will benefit from the large number of cruise and ferry lines, shipyards and suppliers based in Germany and the rest of Europe. What is more, the city of Hamburg has a unique appeal that attracts visitors from around the world. With the new MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo, Hamburg will further strengthen its position as one of the world’s leading hubs of the cruise industry. Author: Sue Terpilowski
TALISAY City – West Visayas StateUniversity (WVSU) clinched the crown of the women’s basketball during the 2020Regional State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (RSCUAA) Meet.WVSU captured the women’s basketball championship following a 52-51 escape overNorthern Iloilo Polytechnic State College behind the game winning shot ofCamille Limotao.Prior to the endgame heroics of Limotao, it was Charm Talamor who fueled WVSU’soffense in the gold medal match.Meanwhile, the WVSU Women’s Beach Volleyball settled for a bronze finish afterventing revenge on Carlos Hilado Memorial State College in their battle forthird showdown.In the elimination round, WVSU posted wins over Northern Negros State Collegeof Science and Technology, Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College and AklanState University before losing to Carlos Hilado. WVSU was also defeated byGuimaras in the semifinals bout. The WVSU women’s beach volleyball teamwere led by Gazelle Baloyo and Salva Mae Geronca and mentored by GenesisCamarista and Christian Loberas.Prior to these victories, WVSU triumphed in the taekwondo events after notchingtheir sixth consecutive overall championship, while they also gunned for theirsix straight overall victory in women’s arnis./PN
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“I know everyone is looking at me and expect me to deliver but I don’t think I am under any pressure to prove anything. Football is the same everywhere. The same way I played at Stima is the same way I will play here at Gor. I know myself and I know what I can do,” Muguna told Capital Sport.Newly signed Gor Mahia midfielder Kenneth Muguna in training at the Camp Toyoyo Ground in Nairobi’s Jericho Estate on January 12, 2017.PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluHe does not expect to find it easy cracking into head coach Jose Marcelo Ferreira’s starting team, but he reckons he can work hard enough to get a nod basing on how he has integrated with his new team mates over the last week of training.“Getting to the starting team is the coach’s work. For me is to get into training, work hard and convince him to give me a place in the team,” the midfielder noted.“So far I have enjoyed training and the coach is a really cool guy. He knows how to communicate with players and his methods are good. I feel quite comfortable at the team and hopefully, I can achieve great things with the club,” he added.The 20-year old is expected to slot into a Gor Mahia midfield that was hugely weakened last year especially after the departure of Khalid Aucho.Newly signed Gor Mahia midfielder Kenneth ‘Junior’ Muguna in training at the Camp Toyoyo Ground in Nairobi’s Jericho Estate on January 12, 2017.PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluHis arrival at the club coupled up with that of Rwandese Jean Baptiste Mugiraneza has already excited the head coach who is confident the two can form a solid partnership to help the club achieve trophies this season.“Muguna is a good player. He is young and hungry and that is what we want here at Gor. I am happy because he has come to the club because in midfield is where we struggled last season,” Ferreira said on the former Stima midfielder.Meanwhile, Muguna has received an invite from Austria for trials and has an agreement with Gor that he will be allowed to leave. The departure to Europe is dependent on issuance of a visa.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Newly signed Gor Mahia midfielder Kenneth Muguna controls the ball in training under pressure from Meddie Kagere at the Camp Toyoyo Ground in Nairobi’s Jericho Estate on January 12, 2017.PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 13- As he starts his new journey with 15-time Kenyan Premier League(KPL) champions Gor Mahia, reigning player and midfielder of the year Kenneth ‘Junior’ Muguna says he is under no pressure to prove anything despite a burden of expectation on his shoulders.Muguna had a fairy tale 2016 season after joining Western Stima from Kisumu’s Palos FC and his consistent performances not only earned him two huge accolades in the annual KPL awards, but a contract with Gor as well.