Rotterdam – Pro Impex http://proimpex.info/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 12:28:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://proimpex.info/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/default1-150x150.png Rotterdam – Pro Impex http://proimpex.info/ 32 32 The first Brazilian melons of the season arrive at the port of Rotterdam https://proimpex.info/the-first-brazilian-melons-of-the-season-arrive-at-the-port-of-rotterdam/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 12:28:14 +0000 https://proimpex.info/the-first-brazilian-melons-of-the-season-arrive-at-the-port-of-rotterdam/ On Friday, September 16, the first conventional reefer ship carrying melons from Brazil arrived at the Rotterdam Fruit Wharf (RFW) fruit terminal in the Port of Rotterdam, reports the Dutch port. The RFW Fruit Terminal is a transit station for fruit arriving at the Port of Rotterdam. European fruit importers use reefer containers or specialized […]]]>

On Friday, September 16, the first conventional reefer ship carrying melons from Brazil arrived at the Rotterdam Fruit Wharf (RFW) fruit terminal in the Port of Rotterdam, reports the Dutch port.

The RFW Fruit Terminal is a transit station for fruit arriving at the Port of Rotterdam. European fruit importers use reefer containers or specialized reefer ships to import fresh fruit from the southern hemisphere. These vessels can dock directly at RFW docks.


Bob van Bruggen, IJsbreker TV

Weekly maintenance
In recent years, only 40 reefer containers have been used for Brazilian melons. But this season, the exporter Agricola Famosa has chosen to use a different modality. A weekly navigation has been set up with the shipping company GreenSea. It uses specialized reefers to ship melons from Fortaleza in Brazil to Vigo in Spain, Dover in England and Rotterdam.

This weekly service to Rotterdam arrives at RFW, where, immediately after unloading the vessel in one of the cold stores, the phytosanitary inspection and customs formalities are carried out. The melons can then enter free circulation and be transported to their final destination in Europe. The great advantage is that the loading port of Fortaleza is directly connected to European destination ports, which results in a fast transit time. This benefits the quality of the melons.

Bob van Bruggen, IJsbreker TV

Melon season
The Brazilian melon season begins as the European season draws to a close. During the summer, the Netherlands buy most of their melons from Spain. The Brazilian season runs from September to February and RFW expects around 20 Greensea ship arrivals. This is quite impressive since only 40 reefer containers have been used in recent years.

Source: Port of Rotterdam

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World Hydrogen 2023 returns to Rotterdam doubling in size https://proimpex.info/world-hydrogen-2023-returns-to-rotterdam-doubling-in-size/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 02:57:49 +0000 https://proimpex.info/world-hydrogen-2023-returns-to-rotterdam-doubling-in-size/ World Hydrogen 2023 returns to Rotterdam doubling in size. The organizers of the World Hydrogen Summit & Exhibition, the world’s largest hydrogen event dedicated to the global advancement of hydrogen, have announced that they will return to Rotterdam in May 2023. To meet growing demand, the event will double of size. The organizers of the […]]]>

World Hydrogen 2023 returns to Rotterdam doubling in size.

The organizers of the World Hydrogen Summit & Exhibition, the world’s largest hydrogen event dedicated to the global advancement of hydrogen, have announced that they will return to Rotterdam in May 2023. To meet growing demand, the event will double of size.

The organizers of the Sustainable Energy Council (SEC) together with the Port of Rotterdam, the City of Rotterdam and the Province of Zuid-Holland made the announcement indicating their continued commitment to work together and improve the event as official global springboard for hydrogen agreements. and project development.

As hydrogen is poised to play a crucial role in the decarbonization of heavy industries across the world, the conference and expo is the must-attend meeting to spark international government-industry collaboration and expand the knowledge sharing to ensure rapid scaling and deployment. of a hydrogen economy, in line with the set climate objectives.

Following World Hydrogen 2022’s sold-out sale to summit attendees, organizers doubled capacity to accommodate more than twice as many companies in 2023 to keep pace with rapid industry expansion and enable business connections keys to prosper.

Among the many features announced for 2023, attendees will be able to take unique tours of port facilities and infrastructure where the latest hydrogen projects are being developed, providing rare access to world-class hydrogen projects.

By hosting World Hydrogen 2023, the Province, City and Port underline their regional commitment to becoming the Hydrogen Hub of Europe, which is a key element of the region’s strategy towards a circular economy and carbon neutrality here. 2050.

Plans include the development of a world-class hydrogen value chain, with projects including large-scale production of green and blue hydrogen, imports, infrastructure and use in industry and heavy mobility, all underway at the Port of Rotterdam.

Jeannette Baljeu, Regional Minister, Province of Zuid-Holland:

Clean hydrogen plays a key role in transforming our economy towards a sustainable future.

“The urgency to develop a hydrogen value chain is widely felt, which is reflected in the growth of the World Hydrogen Summit & Exhibition. As Province of Zuid-Holland, we are proud to contribute and show how far we have come. “

Robert Simon, Vice-Mayor Port & Economy, City of Rotterdam:

Hydrogen will play a crucial role in the fight against climate change and Rotterdam is leading the way in the development of hydrogen value chains.

“As Europe’s hydrogen hub, we are once again proud to host this event, bringing together the most ambitious companies and regions to make this new economy work.”

Allard Castelein, Chief Executive Officer, Port of Rotterdam Authority:

In Europe, the port of Rotterdam is best placed to receive the bulk of the EU’s 10 million tonnes of low-carbon hydrogen import demand.

“Our port has the ambition to be the largest global hub for hydrogen and low-carbon fuels in the world by 2030. Rotterdam has world-class infrastructure and is ready to supply the main areas European demand via excellent existing networks and new ones to be built”.

Chris Hugall, Managing Director, Sustainable Energy Council (SEC):

SEC is delighted to once again host the World Hydrogen 2023 Summit & Exhibition in Rotterdam.

“Together with our partners the province, city and port of Rotterdam, we are delighted to invite the international community to join us at this official event to learn about the enormous global progress in hydrogen and establish the key contacts to continue to expand the industry and provide a rapid energy transition.”

LILY the latest news shaping the hydrogen market at Hydrogen Central

World Hydrogen 2023 returns to Rotterdam doubling in size, September 22, 2022

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Trial begins for Rotterdam man charged with murder of adopted child – The Daily Gazette https://proimpex.info/trial-begins-for-rotterdam-man-charged-with-murder-of-adopted-child-the-daily-gazette/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 03:02:00 +0000 https://proimpex.info/trial-begins-for-rotterdam-man-charged-with-murder-of-adopted-child-the-daily-gazette/ SCHENECTADY — The murder trial of a Rotterdam man accused of abusing two children in his care and killing one of the boys by stepping on their chests, causing serious internal injuries, began on Wednesday. Dequan Greene, 28, from Rotterdam faces a host of charges in connection with the death of Charlie Garay, 4, on […]]]>

SCHENECTADY — The murder trial of a Rotterdam man accused of abusing two children in his care and killing one of the boys by stepping on their chests, causing serious internal injuries, began on Wednesday.

Dequan Greene, 28, from Rotterdam faces a host of charges in connection with the death of Charlie Garay, 4, on December 20, 2020, and the mistreatment of his older brother, including second degree murder , first degree manslaughter, second degree assault and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.

Prosecutors in opening statements said Greene killed Garay by stepping on his chest, severely lacerating the boy’s liver and causing other internal injuries that would have killed the child within minutes, then fabricated a story explaining why the boy stopped breathing while first responders worked. to save his life.

Resuscitation efforts continued after the child was transported from Greene’s Broadway home to Ellis Hospital, where he was ultimately pronounced dead. Blunt trauma was later determined to be the cause of death.

“These are catastrophic injuries. Injuries that killed him quickly,” Assistant District Attorney Christina Tremante-Pelham said.

Garay and his older brother, who was 5 at the time of the incident, were placed in the care of Greene and his wife, Latrisha, in September 2020 after being removed from their biological parents’ home by the protective services of the Albany County childhood. The couple, who were caring for three children at the time, were certified foster parents.

Tremante-Pelham said the foster home was meant to be a safe haven for the children, but said Greene abused the boys and ultimately killed the youngest sibling. The allegations, she says, will be proven by testimony from first responders, doctors, eyewitnesses and the medical examiner. who performed the autopsy.

She added that there is also physical evidence, including photographs, which will show bruises all over the children’s bodies, as well as testimony from Garay’s older brother, who suffered similar injuries.

“The kids didn’t know much, and the social workers who put them there didn’t know it wasn’t a respite home, it was a house of horrors,” Tremante-Pelham said.

But James Tyner, a lawyer for Greene, said his client was not responsible for Garay’s death and had tried to save the child’s life using CPR and was very concerned about the condition. of the child as first responders attempted to save his life. which are not indicative of a murderer.

He added that the adoptive brothers had suffered abuse before coming into the care of the Greenes and were therefore at times difficult to deal with, requiring discipline in order to ensure their “proper upbringing”.

Tyner said he plans to present evidence that will show Garay’s internal injuries were caused by first responders trying to save the child’s life. He did not mention a potential cause for why the child stopped breathing, saying only that the circumstances were “tragic”.

“That severed liver was the result, however well-intentioned, of the poor execution of CPR and the Heimlich maneuver,” Tyner said.

Greene told police Garay became unresponsive after falling from a chair and called his wife, who was out shopping during the incident, instead of dialing 911. Latrisha Greene told her husband alert the authorities and begin administering CPR.

It was Latisha Greene who finally called 911 after arriving home. She was initially charged with tampering with evidence, but those charges have since been dismissed.

The case has raised questions about whether authorities have ignored warning signs of abuse and whether enough has been done to protect children.

A lawsuit filed in Albany County Supreme Court last year by attorney Lorraine R. Silverman, the court-appointed guardian for older brother Garay and the estate of Charlie Garay, claims that child protective services in Albany and Schenectady counties missed repeated opportunities. to move the children.

The lawsuit claims that several employees involved in the case failed to take appropriate steps to “interview and assess ‘the two children’ alone in an appropriate context, and take appropriate steps to determine whether (the children) were being abused and beaten”.

On Wednesday, Tremante-Pelham said social workers were unable to assess the children for a month, between November 16, 2020 and December 16, 2020, after the family took a trip with the foster children. and canceled appointments in the weeks that followed. due to COVID-19 quarantines necessitated by travel and concerns about virus infection.

Authorities were finally able to see the children in person on December 16, 2020, four days before Garay’s death, but the children were wearing long-sleeved tracksuits that covered their arms and legs, according to Tremante-Pelham, who added n There were no signs of abuse at the time.

She added that Garay’s injuries were similar to those that could be sustained in a car accident and would have resulted in death within minutes, and that Daquan Greene’s explanation of what happened does not match the facts. , which she says shows he showed no concern for Garay, even as first responders worked frantically to save the boy.

“Most people that night did everything they could to save him,” Tremante-Pelham said.

Contact journalist Chad Arnold at: [email protected] Follow him on Twitter: @ChadGArnold.

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Rotterdam boy gifted playset battling cancer https://proimpex.info/rotterdam-boy-gifted-playset-battling-cancer/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 14:44:33 +0000 https://proimpex.info/rotterdam-boy-gifted-playset-battling-cancer/ ALBANY, NY (NEWS10) – State Farm has partnered with the Roc Solid Foundation to provide playsets to children battling cancer, including a local boy—Bennett, a six-year-old from Rotterdam. Bennett loves pigs, listening to music, and the colors orange and yellow. He is also undergoing treatment for Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH), a rare form of cancer. […]]]>

ALBANY, NY (NEWS10) – State Farm has partnered with the Roc Solid Foundation to provide playsets to children battling cancer, including a local boy—Bennett, a six-year-old from Rotterdam. Bennett loves pigs, listening to music, and the colors orange and yellow. He is also undergoing treatment for Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH), a rare form of cancer.

The sponsorship supports the nonprofit’s “Roc Solid on Demand” program, which provides playsets to families battling childhood cancer throughout the contiguous United States.

The family got all the gear and hardware, plus some Roc Solid swag Play Kits to make it a great day. State Farm then learned that they needed help building the structure. So local State Farm agents showed up at the family’s home in early September to build the playset and help Bennett and his siblings begin to make many happy memories in their own backyard. Also in attendance were State Senator Jim Tedisco and a representative from Congressman Paul Tonko’s office.

The mission of the Roc Solid Foundation is to bring hope to families battling childhood cancer, through the power of play. The organization believes that “play beats cancer” because when children play, cancer is the furthest thing from their minds. Additionally, with weakened immune systems during treatment, children battling cancer often cannot visit public places or interact with other children, so a backyard playset provides a safe place for them. and germ-free to play.

Roc Solid has been building backyard games since 2009, but since launching Roc Solid on Demand in 2020, the reach of the organization has grown significantly. They plan to provide at least 700 playsets to children battling cancer across the United States this year.

“State Farm has been an incredible partner for us,” says Eric Newman, founder of the Roc Solid Foundation and childhood cancer survivor. “We are very grateful for their continued support as this new program evolves, so that we can continue to provide play for children during a very difficult time.”

“Giving back to the communities where we live and work is a big part of who we are at State Farm,” adds State Farm Corporate Responsibility Analyst Jennifer Young. “We are thrilled to partner with Roc Solid and give Bennett a safe place to play and make memories with his family. Seeing Bennett smile as he plays on his new playset is the focus of this program.

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Rotterdam lawmakers approve over $30 million in loans for water and sewer upgrades – The Daily Gazette https://proimpex.info/rotterdam-lawmakers-approve-over-30-million-in-loans-for-water-and-sewer-upgrades-the-daily-gazette/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 21:40:00 +0000 https://proimpex.info/rotterdam-lawmakers-approve-over-30-million-in-loans-for-water-and-sewer-upgrades-the-daily-gazette/ ROTTERDAM – Rotterdam residents in the No 5 water district could see their water bills double after lawmakers last week approved a $34 million loan to pay for necessary infrastructure upgrades throughout the district. City council members approved the loan by a 4-1 vote following a presentation by Albany engineering firm Barton & Loguidice, which […]]]>

ROTTERDAM – Rotterdam residents in the No 5 water district could see their water bills double after lawmakers last week approved a $34 million loan to pay for necessary infrastructure upgrades throughout the district.

City council members approved the loan by a 4-1 vote following a presentation by Albany engineering firm Barton & Loguidice, which outlined the scope of work, which includes digging of a new well and the replacement of dozens of shut-off valves and kilometers of aging pipes. which have often burst and no longer meet the needs of the water system.

Evan Christou was the only dissenting vote, explaining that while the upgrades are necessary, he is against borrowing the lump sum and prefers to make repairs over time when officials can properly budget the work. He said the recent controversy over a proposal to move city offices to ViaPort has reinforced the idea that officials should be careful not to spend taxpayers’ money.

“While I strongly agree that these improvements need to be made, the $34 million figure scared me,” Christou said. “If the ViaPort situation has taught me anything, it’s that before we spend the city’s money, we have to tread very lightly.”

Lawmakers earlier this year canceled a contract with the mall over a procedural error, but it remains unclear whether the city will be able to recoup the $1 million security deposit paid last year. to secure the site using funds from the American Rescue Plan Act.

In addition to the $34 million in improvements for Water District No. 5, City Council unanimously approved an additional loan of $3.1 million to cover the increased cost of improving the Sewer District No. 2. The city last year bonded $16.8 million to pay for the project, but the price rose due to inflation and supply chain issues.

Board member Samantha Miller-Herrera said she was against the additional sewer upgrade loan because of the impact it will have on ratepayers, but noted that the upgrades were needed. She said she would not vote for any additional borrowing to advance the project in the future.

“I want to be clear: If this project comes back asking for more links, my vote will be an absolute no, because sometimes when you’re setting budgets, you have to stick to budgets,” she said.

It is unclear when construction on either project will begin. The sewer project is still in development, while the Water District No. 5 improvements are yet to be tendered, which is the next step in the process now that funding has been secured.

Officials said the loan is needed to address longstanding issues that have plagued the water district for decades and will ultimately benefit residents in the future.

Pipe breaks have been a common occurrence in the district for years, resulting in extended downtime while crews work to make repairs. A series of valves designed to shut off water in the event of a break no longer work, meaning more customers are affected if they break, according to Roy Richardson, chief engineer at Barton & Loguidice, who noted that the updates upgrading to the aging water system has not been completed for decades.

The water system upgrades come as officials try to determine a plan to install water meters due to a mandate issued by the state Department of Environmental Conservation that dates back to 2019. Officials have been strong in their stance against water metering, and even asked state lawmakers to approve a law exempting the city from metering.

Water infrastructure improvements include the sinking of a new well, which will replace one of the original wells installed in the 1950s that was over-pumped for years and has reached the end of its life .

The work would also include the replacement of 32 shut-off valves that no longer work, as well as 32 fire hydrants. A total of 3.5 miles of new pipe will be installed, including a 30-inch pipe that will replace the existing 20-inch transmission main that runs from the Rice Road wellfield along West Campbell Road from St. Burdeck and North Thompson Street.

The works will also include the construction of several lines that will connect to the existing system so that customers can always have water in the event of an outage.

“This project is really about strengthening the system and making it good for the next generation and many generations to come, and not just for current demands,” Richardson said.

Richardson estimated that the work would double the rate for an existing user in Water District No. 5, about $158 in operations and maintenance costs and about $20.10 for debt service. The new rate would be between $295 and $316, depending on how much grant the city can get for the project.

Earlier this year, residents of Water District No. 5 were hit with a higher-than-expected water bill after the city changed its accounting practices, moving operations and maintenance costs from the bill to January to June.

The city has applied for a $5 million state grant and is also hoping to secure a $10 million federal grant to pay for the project. Officials are also considering getting zero-interest or low-interest loans to cover costs.

Meanwhile, improvements to Sewer District No. 2 are expected to increase current rates from $385 per year to $584, depending on grant funding. The city has already secured a federal grant of $960,000 and hopes to secure an additional grant of $4.8 million. Other grant opportunities are also expected to become available next year.

Assistant Supervisor Jack Dodson said improvements to the water and sewer district had been needed for decades, but previous administrations chose not to continue work, which he said drove up costs. He noted that there are many funding opportunities at the state and federal levels that can help pay for the project and that the city should act before those opportunities disappear.

“We are at a critical moment in the city of Rotterdam,” he said. “We use infrastructure that our grandparents and parents paid for.

Board member Samantha Miller-Herrera said she was against borrowing money to pay for water improvements, citing the rising cost of living and the impact on taxpayers, but said noted that she voted to approve the loan because she lacked the political support to have it projected as she wants.

Meanwhile, Supervisor Mollie Collins said she was uncomfortable borrowing the $34 million, which she called “incomprehensible,” but noted the city’s infrastructure had reached a point where something had to be done.

She noted that the city’s water issues could impact the health of residents and create a fire safety issue.

“I am concerned about the health and well-being of the people of Rotterdam if we do nothing,” she said. “It bothers me that we have to close five different valves because they don’t work. I don’t mind the $34 million, but it has to be done.

Contact journalist Chad Arnold at: [email protected] Follow him on Twitter: @ChadGArnold.

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Holland America Line announces positive results from the cruise industry’s first long-term biofuel test on board Volendam in the Port of Rotterdam https://proimpex.info/holland-america-line-announces-positive-results-from-the-cruise-industrys-first-long-term-biofuel-test-on-board-volendam-in-the-port-of-rotterdam/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 20:00:00 +0000 https://proimpex.info/holland-america-line-announces-positive-results-from-the-cruise-industrys-first-long-term-biofuel-test-on-board-volendam-in-the-port-of-rotterdam/ 20-day trial of advanced biofuel resulted in lower life cycle emissions compared to marine diesel SEATTLE, September 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Holland America line completed the cruise industry’s first multi-week biofuel test aboard Volendam at the port of rotterdam in the Netherlands. The 20-day test was conducted in partnership with GoodFuels, a leading producer and […]]]>

20-day trial of advanced biofuel resulted in lower life cycle emissions compared to marine diesel

SEATTLE, September 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Holland America line completed the cruise industry’s first multi-week biofuel test aboard Volendam at the port of rotterdam in the Netherlands. The 20-day test was conducted in partnership with GoodFuels, a leading producer and supplier of sustainable biofuels for the transportation industry, and Wärtsilä, a world leader in power and propulsion technologies and lifecycle solutions for the marine market.

The assessment has been completed September 7. During the first five days of the test, the vessel used a mixture of 30% biofuel and 70% marine gas oil (MGO) in one of her main auxiliary engines. During the last 15 days of testing, the ship used 100% biofuel. According to GoodFuels, there was a 78% decrease in lifecycle CO2 emissions over the last 15 days of the trial compared to marine diesel emissions.

“We were thrilled to have this opportunity to test a next-generation fuel resource on a Holland America Line vessel, and we are very encouraged by the results,” said Gus Antorcha, president of Holland America Line. “As part of our commitment to sustainability, we have always sought cutting-edge solutions to environmental challenges that will help us achieve Carnival Corporation’s sustainability goals for decades to come.”

Volendam, flying the Dutch flag, was selected for the test because it was located in the port of rotterdam, one of the global ports where GoodFuels operates the infrastructure to provide waterside biofuel services. There is no significant difference for the ship’s crew members in handling regular fuel oil compared to biofuel. The use of a “drop-in” biofuel such as the one tested on Volendam does not require any on-board layout or special equipment.

What are biofuels?

Advanced biofuel is derived from raw materials certified as 100% waste or residue, with no land use concerns and no competition with food production or deforestation.

“Marine biofuel is already the largest low-carbon marine fuel in the world and we expect its use to rise sharply to reach 10% of total volume by 2030,” said Dirk Kronemeijer, CEO and Founder of GoodFuels.

“Our extensive work testing alternative marine fuels is central to our efforts to define viable decarbonization options for our customers,” said Ricardo OppermanManaging Director of Wärtsilä North America Inc. “We are continually developing our engine technology to accept and maintain operational and environmental efficiency levels with various future fuels, including biofuels. These sea trials with 100% biofuel will be particularly important – for Carnival Corporation, for Goodfuels, for Wärtsilä and for the industry as a whole.”

Support business sustainability

Holland America Line is the first Carnival Corporation brand to perform a long-term 100% biofuel test on board. Carnival Corporation’s German brand AIDA also partnered with Goodfuels in July to conduct a blended biofuel test on board AIDAprima in rotterdam. While the biofuels have been tested on large diesel engines at shore-based research facilities and on a few freighters, these were the first live tests on working cruise ships.

Both brands’ biofuel testing supports Carnival Corporation’s global environmental mission, goals and aspirations. These include achieving a 40% carbon reduction per available lower berth day by 2030; expand its alternative fuels strategy through its liquefied natural gas (LNG) program and its battery, fuel cell and biofuel capabilities; deliver a 50% reduction in absolute particulate emissions to air by 2030; and the aspiration to achieve net carbon neutral operations by 2050.

For more information on Holland America Line, consult a travel advisor, call 1-877-SAIL HAL (877-724-5425) or visit hollandamerica.com.

Find Holland America Line at Twitter, Facebook, instagram and the Holland America Blog. You can also access all social media through the homepage at hollandamerica.com.

About Holland America Line [a division of Carnival Corporation and plc ( NYSE: CCL and CUK)]
Holland America Line explored the world for 150 years with expertly designed itineraries, extraordinary service and genuine connections to destinations. Providing an ideal mid-size ship experience, its fleet visits nearly 400 ports in 114 countries around the world and has shared the thrill of Alaska for 75 years – longer than any other cruise line. Holland America Line 11 ships offer a diverse range of enriching activities and amenities focused on destination immersion and personalized travel. The best live music at sea fills every evening at Music Walk, and restaurants feature exclusive selections from a culinary board of world-renowned chefs.

About GoodFuels
GoodFuels is a global pioneer in sustainable marine fuels, with offices in Europe and Singapore. The Netherlands– whose head office has created a one-stop-shop for customers in the maritime industry, integrating the entire supply chain of sustainable marine biofuels. From feedstock to tank, GoodFuels’ proposal covers the elements of feedstock sourcing and ensuring its 100% sustainability, production and refining, global distribution, quality assurance and marketing programs with ports, governments and cargo owners. GoodFuels is part of the GoodNRG group, which is active under various labels and companies in the sales, marketing, trading, R&D and production of truly sustainable decarbonization solutions for the global transport industry. Learn more about GoodFuels at
goodfuels.com.

Wärtsila marine energy in short
Wärtsila marine energy leads the industry on its journey to a decarbonized and sustainable future. Our broad portfolio of engines, propulsion systems, hybrid technology and integrated powertrain systems deliver the efficiency, reliability, safety and environmental performance needed to support our customers. Our offering includes performance-based agreements, lifecycle solutions and an unparalleled global network of maritime expertise. Learn more about www.wartsila.com/marine.

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Sparta Rotterdam vs Groningen – Preview, Tips and Odds https://proimpex.info/sparta-rotterdam-vs-groningen-preview-tips-and-odds/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 07:32:48 +0000 https://proimpex.info/sparta-rotterdam-vs-groningen-preview-tips-and-odds/

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]]> Ravena excel in Class B football road win at Schalmont https://proimpex.info/ravena-excel-in-class-b-football-road-win-at-schalmont/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 03:53:22 +0000 https://proimpex.info/ravena-excel-in-class-b-football-road-win-at-schalmont/ ROTTERDAM — Without extensive experience to draw on, Schalmont football coach Joe Whipple realized this season’s roster would have to grow quickly, as the Sabers’ initial schedule required them to face teams back-to-back Class B playoffs from 2021. On Friday night, defending section champion Ravena proved too much for Schalmont to tame. The Indians methodically […]]]>

ROTTERDAM — Without extensive experience to draw on, Schalmont football coach Joe Whipple realized this season’s roster would have to grow quickly, as the Sabers’ initial schedule required them to face teams back-to-back Class B playoffs from 2021. On Friday night, defending section champion Ravena proved too much for Schalmont to tame.

The Indians methodically marched down the field to produce a pair of touchdowns in the first quarter and opened the game in the second quarter with four touchdowns, the last three being capped by touchdown passes from senior quarterback Luke Misetich.

For the second week in a row, the Ravena starters played just one half as the Indians took a 48-6 victory over the Sabers.

“I would be stupid to say anything other than I’m happy,” said Ravena coach Gary VanDerzee.

The Indians (2-0 overall, 2-0 in the league) enjoyed a 275-45 yard advantage on offense in the first 24 minutes. Schalmont (0-2, 0-2) hampered himself with four turnovers plus a missed snap on a punt that provided Ravena with the ball deep in Sabers territory.

“We have to learn and improve. Sometimes you have to get your ass kicked…to see what you need to do to improve,” Schalmont coach Joe Whipple said. “We have to minimize mistakes. We couldn’t start training.”

VanDerzee and his team felt that after watching the Sabers’ record 29-12 loss to Gloversville last week, the way to attack Schalmont’s defense was on the perimeter. In his first two scoring drives that each lasted seven games, Ravena ran 11 times and each carry was designed to come out with a transfer to a moving man or via a throwing sweep.

Junior running back Dominik Paljusaj wrapped up the first drive of the game with a 10-yard touchdown run for the Indians and lead running back Aidan Lochner followed with a 1-yard touchdown dive to cap the second series as the Indians led 14-0 for a quarter. .

The second quarter turned out to be even better for the Indians. The team’s third practice ended with a one-yard touchdown run from Misetich, who fumbled the snap, recovered the loose ball, and shoved his way into the end zone. He then connected touchdown passes covering 7 and 3 yards to Jack McFerran and capped off his first-half performance with a 23-yard touchdown connection with Wyatt Algozzine.

Defensively, Ravena gave Ryan Shultis a 44-yard rush in the first quarter and one yard the rest of the first half.

“There are so many substitutes for speed and they fly to the football and aren’t afraid to kick,” VanDerzee said.

Schalmont avoided the shutout as quarterback Ryan Woodrow joined Elijah Smith on an 84-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter. Ravena backup quarterback Kaden Potter threw a 54-yard touchdown pass to Algozzine. Later in the third quarter, Schalmont looked set to score again on another pass to Smith, but Paljusaj chased him from behind and released the ball and the Indians got it back.

“It was great commotion and exactly what you’re talking about. It was perfect,” VanDerzee said.

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