Best of the Brokers for 16 July 2015

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News / Saudia’s Ariaen Zimmerman opts for top job at Cargo2000

first_img Cargo2000 will get a new lease of life as it undergoes change with a new executive director, Ariaen Zimmerman.Mr Zimmerman, who most recently was director, global key accounts, for Saudia Cargo, is to lead “the group’s change programme”, which will see C2K adopt a new auditing system and neutral benchmarks and embrace “a smarter, wider approach to data analysis using Smart Data”, according to the IATA group.Building a new organisation is part of the planned change – previously the executive director role was undertaken on a part-time basis by IATA’s head of e-freight, Guillaume Drucy. Mr Zimmerman will work with assistant manager Laura Rodriguez, who has been with IATA’s cargo division for two years, Sebastian Schirmers, who joined C2K as operations manager in August from DB Schenker, and Phil Sims, secretary to the board.C2K members recently held a meeting in Abu Dhabi that included a session on rebranding C2K – an issue which has been much debated in recent years as the focus of Cargo2000 has changed. L to R: Sebastian Schirmers, Laura Rodriguez, Ariaen Zimmerman By Alex Lennane 28/09/2015center_img The management board of C2K remains the same, chaired by Max Sauberschwarz, Kuehne+Nagel’s global head of carrier and gateway air logistics.“This is an exciting time for C2K as we establish the organisation’s lead role in creating and implementing quality standards for the global air cargo industry,” said Mr Zimmerman.last_img read more

Remembering the Ballylinan team that reached the 1987 Laois senior football final

first_img By LaoisToday Reporter – 1st April 2020 Electric Picnic WhatsApp Home Sport GAA Remembering the Ballylinan team that reached the 1987 Laois senior football final SportGAAGaelic Football Twitter Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival Pinterest The Ballylinan squad ahead of the 1987 county final against Portlaoise Ahead of Ballylinan’s Laois SFC final appearance in 2017, their first in 30 years, we looked back on the club’s side that played in the 1987 decider. It certainly didn’t go the way they had hoped or planned but only once prior to this year did a Ballylinan team play in a senior county final.In late September 1987, Ballylinan squared up to a Portlaoise team going for four-in-a-row and an eighth title in 12 years. It was a fine Portlaoise team, one that had won the All Ireland club title in 1983 and Leinsters in ’82 and ’85.Ballylinan were up against a serious outfit and the final score of 3-16 to 0-5 in favour of Portlaoise told its own story. Portlaoise would later go on to win their fifth Leinster crown that year.Despite producing many great players for club and county in the intervening years, county final day remained out of their reach.Today as they bid for a place in the history books, we look back on the team that played that day.1 – Mick Dunne – Goalkeeper Mick Dunne was one of the older players on the 1987 team and his sons David and Mike have been involved in various roles with the club in the years since. An uncle of current chairman Walter Hovenden.2 – John Kavanagh – The oldest of the three Kavanagh brothers that started in that final. Tough as nails, by all accounts.3 – Ted Farrell – Was goalkeeper when the club won the intermediate championship in 1973. His son Brian played with the club for years also. An uncle of Jamie, Cieran and Alan who will all start Sunday’s final.4 – John Behan – Corner-back on the 1987 team that reached the final and father of current player Conor.5 – Declan Mulhare – Mulhare was another survivor from the intermediate championship-winning team of 14 years earlier. Has been involved with Arles-Killeen in recent years, for whom his son Joe plays for.6 – Tim Kavanagh – The youngest of the three Kavanagh brothers. Also played minor and U-21 for Laois.7 – Eamon Lacey – At 19 he was one of the younger players on the team. Went on to play with Laois for many years afterwards. A selector on the current team and father of Seamus who is playing in the same position as his Eamon did 30 years ago.8 – Jimmy Hovenden – Another of the 1973 side. Father of current club chairman Walter and Mark, an All Ireland minor winner with Laois in 1997. Still involved in the background with this Ballylinan team.9 – Gerry Mulhall – Only 19 at the time, he continued with the club for many years afterwards and was captain when they won the Junior ‘B’ championship in 2007. His family owned Mulhall’s pub in the village, now the Vintage Inn10 – John McDonald – Known as ‘Rocky’, he also played with Laois at underage level. Played with Arles-Killeen in later years and his son Evan is now part of the Killeen senior squad.11 – Michael Loughman – In the great tradition of Ballylinan, he also has a great nick-name ‘Pointer’. Centre-forward in 1987 and another of the younger players. Injury curtailed his career considerably afterwards.12 – Seamus Kelly – Completed a half-forward line of great nick-names. ‘Gaybo’ was a classy forward who also played with Laois in the 80s.13 – Enda Condron – ‘Dazzer’ was a really classy player who had played with Laois and with the fine UCD side of the 1970s. Lived in Australia for a number of years but is now based in Tullamore. A fine player and free-taker and another who had been involved when they won the intermediate in ’73.14 – Enda Kaye – Still involved with the club and was with the minor team. His son Donal is one of the rising young Ballylinan stars. Uncle of current defender Kevin Byrne.15 – Seamus Kavanagh – ‘Salmon’ was the middle Kavanagh brother and another decent forward. Another who also played with Arles-Killeen in later years.Sub used – Eamon Doyle – ‘Giddy’ played corner-back mostly. His son Emmet is now involved with the club.Sub used – Des Cooney – At 17 Cooney was the youngest of the players involved. Came on and scored a point in that final. Later played in six finals with St Joseph’s, winning three. Now a referee, he was part of the Portarlington management team this year. His son Aaron was the Laois U-21 goalkeeper for the last two seasons.Sub used – Jim Lynskey – Lynskey was originally a Meath man but his family had a potato farm in the area. One of the older members of that squad but he continued to play for the club right into the 90s. His grand-sons are now involved at underage level with Ballylinan.Manager – Tony O’Brien – The St Joseph’s man was in charge of Ballylinan and came to the club with a serious playing reputation with club and county. Served as a selector afterwards with championship-winning St Joseph’s sides.Selector – Mattie Leonard – Was a player on the 1973 intermediate team and has been involved with Ballylinan in various roles over the years. His son Paudge won an All Ireland minor with Laois in 1997 while another son Cathal is corner-back on this year’s senior team. His grand-son Oisin is also on the senior panelSelector – Ollie Brennan – Ollie Brennan completed the management team. His sons James and David played with the club for a number of years in recent times too.Club chairman – Pat Julian – Chairman at the time was Pat Julian, whose son Paul is the current team manager.SEE ALSO – Long-serving Ballylinan players to get their first taste of county final day WhatsApp News Facebook Pinterest Remembering the Ballylinan team that reached the 1987 Laois senior football final Previous articleDeaths in Laois – Wednesday, April 1, 2020Next articleLaois County Council launch Community Support Covid-19 free helpline LaoisToday Reporter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Electric Picnic Bizarre situation as Ben Brennan breaks up Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael arrangement to take Graiguecullen-Portarlington vice-chair role TAGS1987BallylinanLaois SFC Twitter Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival datelast_img read more

National PE Award for the students of one of Laois’s smallest schools

first_img Electric Picnic Mary Sweeney elected Cathaoirleach of Portlaoise Municipal District for next 12 months Twitter Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival date By Alan Hartnett – 14th May 2021 Facebook Pinterest 18 students from one of Laois’s smallest schools claimed glory in a national PE competition recently.There are only 33 students in Mayo National School in Crettyard – and those from senior infants to 3rd class took part in the 7th annual PEXpo 21 which was held virtually this year with online judging taking place on Wednesday May 5.Under the tutelage of teacher Saragh Buggy, a multiple All-Ireland champion in the triple jump, the children took the prize for best project from a primary school.They won a trophy for their school and then a medal each. While the school also got a €250 voucher to buy PE equipment.Indeed they weren’t the only Laois winners, as Evan Hogg from Heywood Community School won the senior prize in the Sorts Psychology section.His project on “SDT in Sport” examined the role of Self-Determination Theory in coaching and training.The children from Mayo NS undertook a project called ‘Multiple Ways of Jumping in our Multigrade Class’.The school acquired a multi-use games area back in 2019 and it was here that much of the project took place.Entrants submitted a 2 minute and 30 second video of their project and then answered questions from the judges during a 15-minute video call.Projects were judged not only on content but also on presentation and the ability of the students to explain their project and defend their conclusions.3rd Class student Aoife O’Sullivan explained how she and her fellow students decided to do their project on jumping because of their teacher.She said: “We decided to do jumping because our teacher is a very good jumper.“We carried out much of the project on our astro turf.”2nd Class student Eoin Dowling explained what each of the PE lessons involved.He said: “We had a hurdles, hula-hoops and ladders and we had to jump in many different ways – one foot to one foot, two feet to one foot and two feet to two feet.“There are many different ways of jumping and we tried them all.”3rd Class’ Sophie Dowling said: “For our second lesson, we did the standing long jump and we used lillypads and hurdles.“For the standing long jump, you stretch your arms out, bend your knees and jump. We each measured the length of our jump and tried to beat our personal bests each time.”3rd Class’ Lexie Willoughby said: “In lesson three we practised the long jump and the body jump.“The body jump is when you lie down, put a cone at your head, feet, two arms and your hips. You have to try get up and jump without knocking over the cones and see how far you get.“We also learned that the triple jump is a hop, skip and a jump.”1st Class student Dáire O’Sullivan added: “On the fourth lesson, we continued the triple jump and added in a scissor kick.“It was supposed to be the High Jump but we don’t have matts so we jumped over an adjustable hurdle instead.”The children recorded each of their lessons and reflected on how each of them made them feel in their diaries – they also explained how a Covid safety officer was on hand at all times to spray down all of the equipment, which made them feel safe.They talked about each lessons in terms of the head, the hands and the heart. The head was what they learned, the hands was what they did and the heart was how it made them feel.And they beat off serious competition to claim first prize, as 1st Class pupil Liam Doyle told us.He said: “I was very happy that we won because we had to beat people who are in fifth and sixth classTeacher Saragh Buggy explained how each of her students thoroughly enjoyed the experience.She said: “The class are so enthusiastic about athletics so they loved the project.“The whole thing was a lovely experience for them and they really are a great group who collaborate together really well.”The students who took part are as follows:Senior infants: Charlie Curran1st Class: Dáire O’Sullivan, Liam Doyle, Carolyn Graham, Charlie Purcell, Ashley Purcell.2nd Class: Grace Doyle, Ella Murray, Dan Curran, M.J. Dowling, Eoin Dowling.3rd Class: Aoife O’Sullivan, Lexie Willoughby, Sophie Dowling, Carrie Brennan, Caoimhe Brennan, Darragh Curran, Tom Graham.SEE ALSO – Three Laois entries bidding for glory at the National Student Enterprise Finals Electric Picnic TAGSMayo NSPEXpo 21 WhatsApp Council Twitter Previous articleLaois camogie and ladies football teams to play home league games in O’Moore ParkNext articleLaois primary school apply for planning permission for new extension to include ASD unit Alan HartnettStradbally native Alan Hartnett is a graduate of Knockbeg College who has worked in the local and national media since 2008. Alan has a BA in Economics, Politics and Law and an MA in Journalism from DCU. His happiest moment was when Jody Dillon scored THAT goal in the Laois senior football final in 2016. 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U.S. stress tests yield stronger bank capital and risk management: Moody’s

first_img “Capital requirements have been increased and the necessity to pass the Fed’s stress tests creates a new de facto capital requirement,” says Rita Sahu, vice president at Moody’s, in a statement. “The banks’ capital ratios are considerably higher today,” adds Sahu. “Most common dividend payouts are now within the Federal Reserve’s 30% guidance, whereas prior to the crisis payouts exceeding 50% were common.” As the banks repeat the annual stress testing exercise, it has become more integrated in their risk management and capital planning processes, the Moody’s report says. “Because qualitative and/or quantitative failures can deliver a reputational hit to a bank, [the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR)] receives significant resource allocation and is an area of focus for banks’ management and boards,” says Sahu. “These tests provide an incentive for a bank’s management to improve processes and limit capital distributions, which can mean positive developments for creditors.” The Fed will release results of this year’s stress test on June 23, the Moody’s report notes, and the results of the CCAR capital planning exercise will be published on June 29. G7 tax pledge may be upstaged by CBDC work Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Keywords Banking industry,  United States Related news Facebook LinkedIn Twittercenter_img James Langton High debt levels threaten banks’ strong results: Fitch U.S. action on climate benefits banks, asset managers: Moody’s The U.S. Federal Reserve’s annual stress testing exercises have helped bolster banks’ capital positions and enhanced their risk management efforts, according to a report from Moody’s Investors Service published on Tuesday. The Fed’s stress tests have pushed the largest U.S. banks to increase their capital cushions and to strengthen their internal risk management processes, the report says. Banks are holding more capital and paying out less in dividends, relative to pre-crisis levels, which is “a direct result of the heightened regulatory supervision,” the Moody’s report adds. last_img read more

Government accepts all Royal Commission recommendations

first_imgGovernment accepts all Royal Commission recommendations The Government has agreed in principle to implement all 44 recommendations contained in the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Terror Attack on Christchurch masjidain.The independent Royal Commission was set up to investigate what State Sector agencies knew about the terrorist’s activities before the attack, measures agencies could have taken to prevent the attack, and measures agencies should take to prevent such attacks in the future.“The Royal Commission found no failures within any Government agencies that would have allowed the individual’s planning and preparation to have been detected but did identify many lessons to be learnt and significant areas needing change,” Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said.“For many years, the Muslim community has raised concerns over issues like the disproportionate scrutiny by security and intelligence agencies. This report confirms there was an “inappropriate concentration of resources”. It also identifies failings within the firearms licensing system.“The Commission made no findings that these issues would have stopped the attack. But these were both failings nonetheless and for that I apologise.“In addition, the report also discusses a permissive firearms regime that persisted for decades for which we must also take responsibility and which we have now changed.“Going forward, we need to ensure an adequate focus of resources on the range of threats New Zealand faces and enhance our security and intelligence, and social cohesion work accordingly.“You, and others, have made New Zealand your home. You, and every New Zealander, deserve a system that does its best to keep you safe.“Terrorism aims to shake our beliefs and divide us. Instead, New Zealand responded to the events of March 15 with compassion, empathy and solidarity. I hope we remain united as we start to implement the recommendations of this inquiry to build a safer and more connected country.“I thank the Royal Commission for its thorough work. The Government accepts the findings of its report and agrees in principle to the 44 recommendations. Our response to these will help strengthen New Zealand’s Counter-Terrorism system as well as enhance cohesion across our varied communities.“Implementing some of the recommendations will require further consideration, but we want to act quickly where we can so today I am announcing a number of initiatives:Andrew Little will be placed in charge of coordinating the Government response to the report and implementation of recommendationsA Ministry for Ethnic Communities established to support and strengthen the work programme on social cohesionEstablishing Te Raranga, The Weave, to drive improvements in frontline Police practice to identify, record, and manage hate crime, and deliver a service that is more responsive to victimsExtending the Safer Communities Fund to enable communities at risk of hate crime and terrorism to upgrade their security arrangementsCreation of an Ethnic Communities Graduate Programme in the public serviceEstablishment of a National Centre of Excellence which brings together academia, civil society and government to research radicalisation and violent extremism and social cohesion in New ZealandAmend the Terrorism Suppression Act to strengthen Counter-Terrorism legislationCreation of an early intervention programme, led by New Zealand Police, to develop wrap-around support for individuals who are showing early indicators of radicalisationContinue to work on accession to the Budapest Convention on cybercrimeA multi-agency Response Steering Group has been set up to provide a Response Report to Government in the first quarter of 2021 that will include an Implementation Roadmap for the report’s recommendations.“We will work with community and interest groups across New Zealand as we implement the Royal Commission. We all have a role to play in ensuring an event like March 15 never happens again.“My final words are for the Muslim community. Thank you for the part you have played in ensuring this Royal Commission was comprehensive and contains practical actions that can now be put in place,” Jacinda Ardern said. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Budapest, Christchurch, Commission, community, Counter-terrorism, Cybercrime, Ethnic Communities, Government, intelligence, legislation, New Zealand, New Zealand Police, Prime Minister, resources, royal commission, terrorismlast_img read more

Taxation Bill introduced today

first_imgTaxation Bill introduced today Bill introduced giving practical effect to various aspects of the Northern Ireland Protocolthe Bill will allow us to put in place decisions by the Joint Committee on goods ‘not at risk’ of entering the EU, ensuring they do not have to pay the EU tariffa significant element in ensuring we live up to our commitments to uphold the Belfast (Good Friday) AgreementFinancial Secretary to the Treasury Jesse Norman said:This Bill delivers on the government’s commitment to upholding the Good Friday Agreement, ensuring trade can continue in line with the agreement reached in the Northern Ireland Protocol.The Northern Ireland Protocol requires that the UK introduces a framework for charges for customs, VAT and excise after the end of the transition period on 31 December.The Taxation Bill creates the legal framework for those charges, aiming to minimise the practical changes for traders to ensure the efficient flow of goods within the United Kingdom, and on the island of Ireland.Customs charges will only apply to goods arriving in Northern Ireland – from both Great Britain and countries outside of the EU – if they are ‘at risk’ of moving into the EU. The Joint Committee will set out more information in coming days.The Bill will also ensure that EU goods imported into Northern Ireland from Ireland are not subject to customs duties or processes. It will also ensure the UK’s customs regime applies for goods moving from Northern Ireland to Great Britain if those goods do not qualify for unfettered access.This Bill also sets out the VAT and excise duty rules that will apply between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.The EU-UK Joint statement made today sets out the agreement in principle regarding the implementation of the Northern Ireland Protocol. The Government is therefore not introducing the so-called notwithstanding provision into the Taxation Bill. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:agreement, Britain, Customs, Effect, EU, Europe, Government, Great Britain, Ireland, Secretary, tax, trade, UK, UK Government, United Kingdomlast_img read more

Visitors to Camas salon may have been exposed to COVID-19

first_imgAnyone who visited Stellar Hair Design in Camas between 10 am and 7 pm Jan. 19-23 or Jan. 26 may be at risk of contracting COVID-19VANCOUVER – People who visited a Camas salon recently may have been exposed to COVID-19 and should quarantine at home.Anyone who visited Stellar Hair Design in Camas between 10 am and 7 pm Jan. 19-23 or Jan. 26 may be at risk of contracting COVID-19. Skamania County Community Health and Clark County Public Health have been unable to identify and notify individuals who may have been exposed. It’s unclear how many people may have been exposed.Individuals who visited the salon during those times should quarantine for 14 days from their most recent visit to the salon during that time frame.Health officials recommend anyone exposed to COVID-19 quarantine at home for 14 days and monitor themselves for symptoms. People who do not live or work in a high-priority setting – such as long-term care facilities, health care facilities, food processing facilities or jails – may shorten their quarantine in the following circumstances:If a person who is in quarantine has no symptoms, quarantine can end after Day 10.If a person who is in quarantine receives a negative COVID-19 test and has no symptoms, quarantine can end after Day 7. The person must be tested on or after Day 5, and quarantine cannot be discontinued earlier than Day 8. Even if a negative test is received before Day 8, the quarantine period should still be a full seven days.Anyone who has been in quarantine should continue to monitor their symptoms through Day 14. If they develop symptoms, they should isolate themselves immediately to avoid infecting others and seek testing for COVID-19.Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTags:CamasClark CountyLatestshare 0 Previous : Sheriff’s Office investigating stolen vehicle, reckless endangerment incident Next : Opinion: Return of high school sports will help unite usAdvertisementThis is placeholder text Visitors to Camas salon may have been exposed to COVID-19Posted by ClarkCountyToday.comDate: Monday, February 1, 2021in: Newsshare 0 last_img read more

Iconic Haynes car repair manuals will go digital-only from now on

first_img See More Videos Trending Videos The Haynes series of Workshop Manuals are a staple of the automotive repair and maintenance hobby that have been around for decades. Besides countless volumes detailing how to fix almost every make and model of car, Haynes also offers gag versions of its manuals for vehicles unlikely to wind up in the hands of a backyard mechanic — like one for the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird spy plane; or the Apollo Lunar Lander. PlayThe Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car everPlay3 common new car problems (and how to prevent them) | Maintenance Advice | Driving.caPlayFinal 5 Minivan Contenders | Driving.caPlay2021 Volvo XC90 Recharge | Ministry of Interior Affairs | Driving.caPlayThe 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is a new take on Canada’s fave truck | Driving.caPlayBuying a used Toyota Tundra? Check these 5 things first | Used Truck Advice | Driving.caPlayCanada’s most efficient trucks in 2021 | Driving.caPlay3 ways to make night driving safer and more comfortable | Advice | Driving.caPlayDriving into the Future: Sustainability and Innovation in tomorrow’s cars | Driving.ca virtual panelPlayThese spy shots get us an early glimpse of some future models | Driving.ca We encourage all readers to share their views on our articles using Facebook commenting Visit our FAQ page for more information. ‹ Previous Next › Trending in Canada The new format also means the manuals can be digitally downloaded immediately — no more waiting for instructions for how to reassemble that thing you just dropped.The only downside is Haynes will no longer turn out any of its new manuals in print form. However, all of its old manuals already available in print will continue publication and should still be broadly available.The digital manuals can purchased a la carte; or for US$399 per year, you can access every manual Haynes has ever release, a handy option for professional garages. center_img First Look: 2022 Lexus NX The sport-cute’s looks have been softened, but its powertrains and infotainment offerings have been sharpened advertisement COMMENTSSHARE YOUR THOUGHTS RELATED TAGSFlexSafety and MaintenanceMaintenanceNew VehiclesFlex The Rolls-Royce Boat Tail may be the most expensive new car ever The iconic Haynes series of automotive repair manuals are going digital, the publisher dropping its easily stainable paper volumes in favour of copies that can be downloaded on demand.This is excellent news for gearheads — shadetree mechanics now won’t have to worry about getting motor oil on the pages of their paper manuals while working on the dirty bits of their daily driver.Instead, they can just wipe the grease off of their iPad or phone. last_img read more

TricorBraun WinePak Hires Steve Grande as Packaging Consultant

first_imgLinkedin Previous articleThe Synergistic Actions of Enzymes and Tannins in WinemakingNext articleLusso Della Terra Cellars Offers Fresh Wine and Custom Crush to Paso Robles’ Eastside Press Release Twitter Share TAGSpeopleSteve GrandeTricorBraun WinePak Pinterest Home Industry News Releases TricorBraun WinePak Hires Steve Grande as Packaging ConsultantIndustry News ReleasesWine BusinessTricorBraun WinePak Hires Steve Grande as Packaging ConsultantBy Press Release – October 19, 2017 43 0 Facebook AdvertisementFairfield, CA (September, 2017) — TricorBraun WinePak, North America’s leading wine bottle distributor, has hired Steve Grande as a Packaging Consultant, according to Andrew Bottene, Senior Vice President at TricorBraun WinePak.“Steve has a wide and varied base of experience in the wine business,” said Bottene. “We are proud that he has joined TricorBraun WinePak.”Grande has worked in all aspects of the wine business, with experience in direct sales, sales management, marketing and public relations. Starting at Ferrari-Carano, where he ran a bottling line, Grande was also an Assistant Winemaker at Peterson Winery in the Dry Creek Valley and then moved on to barrel sales for a French cooperage. During the last ten years, Grande has been an Account Manager for Ramondin Capsules, a Spanish manufacturer of tin capsules and screwcaps.“We continue to add incredibly strong talent to our growing organization,” said Bottene. “Steve’s addition will help us continue WinePak’s leadership position.”TricorBraun WinePak has sales of more than $150 million and its Fairfield, California, facility features more than 360,000 square feet of warehouse space and a $2-million auto repacking system. The company has additional warehousing space throughout the major wine growing regions in America and Canada.TricorBraun WinePak is the largest wine bottle distributor in North America and a subsidiary of TricorBraun. With more than 115 years of experience, TricorBraun is one of the world’s leading suppliers of bottles, jars and other rigid packaging components with annual sales approaching $1 billion and more than 41 locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Asia and Europe. For more information, please contact Suzanne Fenton, VP, Brand Marketing at 314-983-2010, or at [email protected] Advertisement Email ReddItlast_img read more