first_imgABB has won a renewal from Vale Inco Newfoundland & Labrador for all maintenance-related activities covering plant production equipment at its Voisey’s Bay facility in Canada. The aim is to improve productivity and reduce costs. Since the agreement commenced, it has helped Vale Inco achieve the fastest ramp-up of all the company’s greenfield sites in 2005; attain all-time production levels in 2006; achieve 1,000 days with no lost time due to injury in 2007; and reach the highest tonnes-per-day production in 2008.ABB will continue its partnership with Iskueteu, an aboriginal company providing operations support, to fulfil the agreement. “ABB Full Service agreements help turn maintenance departments into profit centres,” said Magnus Pousette, head of ABB Reliability Services North America. “By bringing proven best reliability practices to our customers, we add new value to their bottom line while they focus on their core business.”Vale Inco, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Vale of Brazil, is a leading producer of nickel, copper, cobalt and precious metals, based in Toronto, Canada. With over 100,000 employees worldwide, Vale is the second largest mining company in the world, with a market capitalisation of more than $125 billion.last_img

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first_imgCelebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Watch the streamed gig for Fergal Nash album launch #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy WhatsApp Previous articleBeauty and the ballNext articleFree art exhibition Guest Writerhttp://www.limerickpost.ie LIMERICK will soon enter the Age Friendly County programme, a nationwide initiative aimed at making Irish counties a great place in which to grow old. The programme, which works from the premise that older people are a valuable resource to their communities and to society in general, was widely welcomed by both city and county council. The initiative will seek to form on alliance of senior managers across the local authorities, health service, police, business community, voluntary organisations and academic institutions, with representatives from the Older People’s Forum, chaired by the county/city manager. For more information see www.agefriendlycounties.comSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday Printcenter_img #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ Twitter Email Linkedin TAGSAge FriendlyagefriendlycountiesMusic Limerick Facebook NewsLocal NewsAge-friendly LimerickBy Guest Writer – May 10, 2013 527 New Music: 40Hurtzlast_img

first_img View post tag: Armidale Australia, Serco Change Terms of Armidale Deal Back to overview,Home naval-today Australia, Serco Change Terms of Armidale Deal View post tag: Australia Australian Government and Serco Group have reached an agreement to amend the terms of the company’s contract to provide in-service support to the Navy’s fleet of Armidale Class Patrol Boats (ACPB). The company has negotiated to shorten the onerous contract which previously ran to 2022. According to the company’s statement the contract will now end in 2017. Under the terms of the Settlement and Amendment Deed, both parties have agreed to a mutual release of claims they may have had against each other prior to the point of contract amendment.Serco will provide maintenance and remediation work on an agreed cost recovery basis, but under improved standards, as the agreement states.The ACPB contract was subject to an Onerous Contract Provision (OCP) which had Serco pay USD 206,1 million at the end of 2014, reflecting anticipated future losses through to 2022, together with a further charge of USD 100 million relating principally to the impairment of receivables.Although a detailed assessment of Serco’s contracts subject to OCPs will be carried out at the year end, the company expects the ACPB contract amendment will result in a significant decrease in the overall level of the Group’s provisions against future contract losses.Rupert Soames, Group Chief Executive Officer, said:Today’s amendments represent an equitable solution for both parties. We remain absolutely focused on delivering the highest standard of operational performance on this challenging contract and continuing to support the Australian Defence Force as we have for nearly twenty years.The provisions against the ACPB contract represented approximately 30 percent of the Group’s OCPs charged at the end of 2014 and ACPB was the single largest OCP. The Group utilised USD 24,2 million of the ACPB provision in the first half of 2015.Image: Australian Navy November 11, 2015center_img View post tag: deal View post tag: Serco Share this article Authoritieslast_img

first_img Authorities View post tag: Odessa View post tag: Black Sea US destroyer USS Carney enters Ukrainian port of Odessa US Navy’s Arleigh Burke-class destroyer USS Carney (DDG64) arrived at the Ukrainian Port of Odessa on December 8, three days after entering the Black Sea.This is the destroyer’s second Odessa visit within a year.In July last year, Carney pulled into Odessa before taking part in the international exercise Sea Breeze 2017.The destroyer is set to stay in Odessa until January 11 and will continue its Black Sea tour with port visits to Bulgaria, Romania and Georgia.As stated by the US 6th Fleet, the forward-deployed USS Carney is on a routine patrol conducting naval operations with allies and partners in the 6th Fleet area of operations to advance security and stability in the European region.In 2017, Odessa hosted a number of NATO warships including US destroyer USS James E. Williams (DDG 95), Royal Navy Type 45 destroyer HMS Duncan and French La Fayette-class frigate FS Guepratte (F-714) Back to overview,Home naval-today US destroyer USS Carney enters Ukrainian port of Odessa Share this article January 8, 2018 View post tag: US Navy View post tag: Ukraine View post tag: USS Carneylast_img

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