Nurminen handles materials handlers

first_imgThe shipment, which was for one of Nurminen’s longstanding customers, was divided into 38 transport units, including both normal and abnormal loads.Nurminen Logistics is a member of the Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) network in Finland.  www.nurminenlogistics.comwww.cargoequipmentexperts.comlast_img

Teenage judoka Asahina claims Kodokan Cup title

first_img“I am the youngest here, so I had nothing to lose, and I fought with the spirit of a challenger,” Asahina said. “If I say I want to be at the Tokyo (2020) Olympics, that could mean I’m overlooking Rio de Janeiro. First of all, I want to be at Rio.”Tomomi Okamura, a runnerup here last year, won the 78-kg title by ippon, while Karen Nunira triumphed in the 70-kg division. It was the first victory here for all three women.Among the men, Joshiro Maruyama won the men’s 66-kg class with an ippon victory in the final. The 20-year-old felled Ren Miyazaki with an osotogari major outer reaping move for his first Kodokan Cup title. London Olympic 60-kg silver medalist Hiroaki Hiraoka was knocked out of the competition in the second round.In the 81-kg final, 20-year-old Takanori Nagase won the final against London Olympian Takahiro Nakai by judge’s decision. It was Nagase’s first championship here. Meanwhile, Shinji Kido won his second straight 60-kg title, and Keiichi Ota won the 73-kg crown for the first time. Teenage kicks: Sara Asahina (right) competes in the over-78-kg class at the Kodokan Cup at Chiba Port Arena on Saturday. Asahina won the competition. | KYODO IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMEScenter_img RELATED PHOTOS CHIBA – High school student Sara Asahina won the women’s over-78-kg class in a decision on Saturday, the first day of judo’s Kodokan Cup at Chiba Port Arena.It was the 17-year-old’s first title at the event that is used to select the squad for next year’s world championships.last_img read more

England players donate, take pay cuts amid coronavirus shutdown

first_imgLONDON, (Reuters) – England’s centrally contracted male cricketers will donate 500,000 pounds ($613,000) to the Board and charities while their women’s team counterparts have volunteered a three-month pay cut amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the players’ association (PCA) said. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has said the season will not start before May 28 and speculation has been mounting over how their leading players would respond to the situation.“Following a meeting today of all of the England men’s centrally contracted cricketers, the players have agreed to make an initial donation of £0.5m to the ECB and to selected good causes …” the Professional Cricketers’ Association said in a statement on Friday.“This contribution is the equivalent of all of the England centrally contracted players taking a 20% reduction in their monthly retainers for the next three months. “The players will continue to discuss with the ECB the challenging situation faced by the game and society as a whole and will consider how best to support the ECB and both the cricketing and wider community going forward.”The ECB’s centrally contracted women players have volunteered to take a salary reduction for the months of April, May and June in line with their coaches and support staff.England women’s captain Heather Knight said: “All the players felt like it was the right response in the current climate to take a pay cut in line with what our support staff are taking. “We know how the current situation is affecting the game and we want to help as much as we can.“We will be discussing with the ECB further ways we can help the game in the coming weeks,” added Knight, who has signed up with the National Health Service (NHS) as a volunteer.The ECB has announced a 61 million pounds aid package to help the local game withstand the financial impact of the pandemic. Wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler is currently auctioning the shirt he wore in England’s 2019 World Cup final victory to raise funds for efforts to fight the coronavirus.last_img read more