News Article | November 16, 2016
The market for starch/sugar enzymes was mainly driven by increasing demand from food and beverage industry. In addition, there is huge demand for these enzymes from industrial applications such as bio-fuels, biocatalysts and cleaning agents. Due to its versatility there is huge demand for starch/sugar enzymes from various consumers. In addition, huge investment in R&D activities for new product development is likely to drive the market in upcoming years. The major opportunities for the starch/enzyme market are likely to be bio-fuel production and biotechnology market. However, individuals suffering from gluten intolerance will not opt for these products and can act as a restraint to the market. In terms of demand, North America was the leading region for starch/sugar enzymes market. The U.S. is the leading country for the enzymes market. The demand is huge owing to increasing demand from wine and pharmaceutical industry. North America was followed by Europe, where the demand is huge from food and beverage industry. The demand for starch/sugar enzymes is mainly from the U.K. and Germany. Asia Pacific is anticipated to be the fastest growing market for the starch/sugar enzymes market. The demand is this region is driven by huge pharmaceutical industry. The Rest of the World (RoW) is likely to exhibit lower demand for starch/sugar enzymes in upcoming years. Some of the key manufacturers in the starch/sugar enzymes market are ABF Plc, Novozymes A/S, DuPont, Advanced Enzymes Technologies Ltd., Roquette Freres and Amano Enzyme Inc. among others.
News Article | February 27, 2017
“Trump Reiterates Support for Ethanol, RFS” is the major headline to come out of the National Ethanol Conference in San Diego, which is the Renewable Fuels Association’s annual conflab and as usual produced a flurry of studies, keynotes and statements on the viability and importance of US ethanol to everything from American jobs to advanced American manufacturing. The Trump headline came out of a letter sent to the delegates to the event by President Trump — which itself is a hopeful sign of support. But did the President really offer support for the Renewable Fuel Standard? Let’s look at the letter behind the headlines. “Rest assured that your president and this administration values the importance of renewable fuels to America’s economy and to our energy independence. As I emphasized throughout my campaign, renewable fuels are essential to America’s energy strategy,” Trump wrote. “As important as ethanol and the Renewable Fuel Standard are to rural economies, I also know that your industry has suffered from overzealous, job-killing regulation. I am committed to reducing the regulatory burden on all businesses, and my team is looking forward to working with the Renewable Fuels Association, and many others, to identify and reform those regulations that impede growth, increase consumer costs, and eliminate good-paying jobs without providing sufficient environmental or public health benefit,” Trump added. Hmm. There’s support for renewable fuels in there. President Trump reiterates that “renewable fuels are essential to America’s energy strategy,” but when it comes to the RFS itself, the President notes the importance of the Renewable Fuel Standard to rural communities — and then quickly pivots to a theme of identifying and reforming “those regulations that impede growth, increase consumer costs, and eliminate good-paying jobs without providing sufficient environmental or public health benefit.” Now, the President could have written a letter to the Affordable Healthcare Society attending at the National Conference to Save Obamacare with the following: “As important as Obamacare is to low-income people, I also know that your industry has suffered from overzealous, job-killing regulation. I am committed to reducing the regulatory burden on all businesses, and my team is looking forward to working with the Affordable Healthcare Society, and many others, to identify and reform those regulations that impede growth, increase consumer costs, and eliminate good-paying jobs without providing sufficient environmental or public health benefit.” It sounds very supportive, but it’s a long way from a pledge to defend Obamacare. And we’ve changed nothing in the structure, just the names. Nevertheless, the Renewable Fuels Association was grateful. “We thank President Trump for reaffirming his support for the domestic biofuels industry and the RFS,” said RFA President and CEO Bob Dinneen. “The RFS has cleaned the air, reduced our dependence on foreign oil and boosted local economies. Donald Trump understands all this. Consumers benefit from this national policy and our industry looks forward to continuing to be the lowest cost, highest octane fuel in the world.” The RFA debuted a new study by ABF Economics. which found that the U.S. ethanol industry added $42.1 billion to the nation’s gross domestic product and supported nearly 340,000 jobs in 2016. According to the analysis, the production and use of 15.25 billion gallons of ethanol last year also: •contributed nearly $14.4 billion to the U.S. economy from manufacturing; •added more than $22.5 billion in income for American households; •generated an estimated $4.9 billion in tax revenue to the Federal Treasury and $3.6 billion in revenue to state and local governments; •displaced 510 million barrels of imported oil, keeping $20.1 billion in the U.S. economy; In all, it’s been a strong year for ethanol. Dinneen said in his keynote that 2016 was “a record year for production, a record year for net exports, a record year for domestic demand, and a record year for E15 sales and infrastructure build-out. It was, in short, a pretty darn good year,” said Dinneen. Overall, he noted that the industry produced a record 15.3 billion gallons of ethanol in 2016, while supporting 74,420 direct jobs and 264,756 indirect and induced jobs across the country. Dinneen also predicted that the Trump Administration would “stand up for American trade, and fight back against any trade distorting tariffs, such as those recently imposed by the Chinese on U.S. ethanol and dried distillers grain exports.” How much U.S. ethanol was produced last year? What were the top U.S. ethanol export markets? What are ethanol’s environmental and octane benefits? How many states offer E15 (15 percent ethanol) blends and how many automakers warranty their vehicles for higher ethanol blends? The answer to these questions and many more is simple, says the RFA — it’s in the 2017 Ethanol Industry Outlook, and that’s here. One of the issues in the mix for the ethanol industry right now is a fight over “the point of obligation” in the Renewable Fuel Standard. Right now, that’s oil refineries. Carl Icahn and others have been urging the White House to shift the point of obligation to retailers and fuel distributors— and a coalition of independent oil marketers, convenience store chains, travel plazas and truckstops, and ethanol producers has assembled to fight the change. NATSO, representing more than 1,500 travel plazas and truckstops nationwide, opined: “changing the point of obligation would hinder the program’s objective of displacing traditional fuel and replacing it with renewable substitutes to promote stable supply and prices, and inject such massive disruption and uncertainty into fuels markets that retail fuel prices will inevitably skyrocket and the incentive for fuel marketers to integrate renewable fuels into their product lines will dissipate. This will crush the very constituencies whose interests President Trump promised protect in order to benefit a narrow segment of the refining industry.” Growth Energy delivered an economic analysis commissioned from Edgeworth Economics that identifies numerous problems associated with changing the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) point of obligation. Growth Energy strongly supports EPA’s proposed denial to move the point of obligation. “Changing the point of obligation would have a disastrous impact on the industry, retailers, and consumers,” Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor said. Also appearing this week from the The Urban Air Initiative and several partners were filed comments with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that disrupts the agency’s current rationale for controlling ethanol blends under the Clean Air Act, in response to the proposed Renewables Enhancement Growth Support Rule (REGS Rule). The proposed rule would codify EPA’s position that fuel blends with more than 15% ethanol (E16-E83) may only be used in Flex Fuel Vehicles (FFVs). UAI argues that the Clean Air Act does not forbid the use of midlevel gasoline-ethanol blends in conventional vehicles. UAI points out that under the Clean Air Act, EPA bears the burden of showing that ethanol contributes to harmful emissions before it may limit the concentration of ethanol in fuel. The proposed rule reverses this burden of proof and subverts the intent of Congress by requiring fuel manufacturers to show that higher levels of ethanol would not harm emissions control systems. In its comments, UAI takes on EPA’s longstanding assumption that the Clean Air Act’s “substantially similar” (sub-sim) law allows the agency to control the concentration of ethanol in gasoline. UAI argues that EPA’s interpretation of the sub-sim law is inconsistent with the clear language of the law and must change. “We believe these comments can be potentially game changing in the way the EPA regulates clean burning ethanol,” said UAI President Dave Vander Griend. Several other organizations joined UAI’s comments. They include the Energy Future Coalition, Clean Fuels Development Coalition, Glacial Lakes Energy, Siouxland Ethanol, ICM Inc., Nebraska Ethanol Board, National Farmers Union, South Dakota Farmers Union, Minnesota Farmers Union, Montana Farmers Union, North Dakota Farmers Union, and Wisconsin Farmers Union. One thing you’ll note in the ethanol industry’s line of discussion — it remains the ethanol industry, only loosely allied with the renewable fuels industry as a whole. Further, we see a shift from RFA — and almost everyone else promoting renewable fuels on Capitol Hill – from discussing the greenhouse gas benefits of renewable fuels to the domestic jobs and energy security that flows from US-based fuel production. But, that said, times are good and we’ll see about 2018. Focal point ahead? For RFA, the focus is clearly on E15. There’s quite a bit of work to be done with engine manufacturers who might incorporate E30 blends in a new generation of engines designed to reach the 52MPG CAFE standards that are proposed for the 2020s and 2030s. Those worthy goals are far more in the background as the ethanol industry continues to focus on a E15 tolerance that would boost the potential for ethanol blending well above 20 billion gallons.
News Article | February 15, 2017
Attorney Sarah Churchill of law firm Nichols & Churchill, P.A. has been elected a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation as of January 20th, 2017. The American Bar Foundation studies the relationship between society and the law. Its mission is to advance justice and the understanding of law through empirical research, publications and enrichment programs. The American Bar Foundation (ABF) is a non-profit whose members are lawyers, judges and legal scholars. "I'm excited as a new Fellow to look at the programs and work being done by the ABF to see where I can contribute. I'm most interested in the research areas of criminal justice and civil justice and dispute resolution, and I look forward to joining the dedicated energy of the Fellows in furthering the Foundation's goals in these important areas of the law," says Churchill. To become a Fellow, ABF members nominate a practitioner who has demonstrated extraordinary leadership in their communities and the legal profession. Candidates must also be members in good standing of the American Bar Association. Accepted nominees are then reviewed and voted on by the Board and the Fellows committee. The ABF admits as Fellows no more than 1% of the total lawyer population in a given state. Since 1952, the Foundation has been conducting independent, empirical research upon which other organizations such as the American Bar Association greatly depend. Former American Bar Association president William Hubbard has noted that without the Foundation’s organized and accurate research, the ABA would not be able to advance sound policies that further a fair judicial system. The Fellows support all research and participate in the process by seeking to shed light on pressing issues and questions such as: ‘how can the American bar help improve access to justice?’ ‘what challenges does legal education face today?’ and ‘what are the implications of long-term incarceration?’ Attorney Churchill was very pleased to receive this fellowship. “Becoming a Fellow of such a distinguished organization is truly an amazing honor. The high caliber of judges, attorneys and law professors that comprise the American Bar Foundation has impressed upon me the importance of the work and research we’re doing.” Law partners Attorney Matthew Nichols and Attorney Sarah Churchill have represented hundreds of clients in serious legal cases throughout the state of Maine and work tirelessly to provide exceptional advocacy and desired outcomes. The legal team at Nichols & Churchill is uniquely qualified to handle a wide range of criminal and civil matters for Maine residents with the highest level of dedication and a proven track record of successes. Their combined experience totals over 50 years in criminal defense, civil law and procedural law. To learn more about the legal team, visit our website at nicholschurchill.com/about/. We serve communities in Cumberland, Sagadahoc, Kennebec, York, Lincoln, Androscoggin, Oxford, Franklin and Knox counties. For in-depth information on our services and practice areas, visit us here http://www.nicholschurchill.com/practice-areas.
News Article | February 28, 2017
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. (MUFG), one of the world’s leading financial institutions, today announced it has taken a significant step in enhancing its Asset-Based Finance (ABF) business in the Americas by hiring Edward Gately as a Managing Director to lead the group. MUFG’s ABF franchise specializes in formula-driven revolving lines of credit, and term loans based on eligible assets including accounts receivable, inventory, equipment, and owner-occupied real estate. A unit of MUFG’s Investment Banking group, ABF provides flexibility for rapid growth, acquisitions, and turnarounds for commercial and corporate clients. Mr. Gately will report to Jon Lindenberg, MUFG’s Deputy Head of Investment Banking for the Americas. “Adding Ed to MUFG’s investment banking team will provide a tremendous boost to our asset-based finance business, while enhancing our relationships across the bank’s broad client base,” Mr. Lindenberg said. “Ed brings the right blend of skills, experience, and passion that are necessary to effectively lead this critical product area.” Mr. Gately joins MUFG after 12 years at HSBC Bank USA, where he was head of the Asset-Based Lending business. While at HSBC, Mr. Gately was responsible for a national specialty lending business with $8 billion in commitments, and $90 million in annual U.S. revenues. Before HSBC, Mr. Gately spent nearly 20 years with Bank of America and one of its legacy institutions, Fleet Bank. In his most recent position at Bank of America, he managed a specialty lending unit with more than 50 employees, $2 billion in commitments, and over $30 million in annual U.S. revenues. Mr. Gately holds a B.S. degree in accounting and finance from Providence College. Headquartered in New York, MUFG Americas Holdings Corporation is a financial holding company and bank holding company with total assets of $148.1 billion at December 31, 2016. Its main subsidiaries are MUFG Union Bank, N.A. and MUFG Securities Americas Inc. MUFG Union Bank, N.A. provides an array of financial services to individuals, small businesses, middle-market companies, and major corporations. As of December 31, 2016, MUFG Union Bank, N.A. operated 365 branches, comprised primarily of retail banking branches in the West Coast states, along with commercial branches in Texas, Illinois, New York and Georgia, as well as two international offices. MUFG Securities Americas Inc. is a registered securities broker-dealer which engages in capital markets origination transactions, private placements, collateralized financings, securities borrowing and lending transactions, and domestic and foreign debt and equities securities transactions. MUFG Americas Holdings Corporation is owned by The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. and Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc., one of the world’s leading financial groups. The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. Visit www.unionbank.com or www.mufgamericas.com for more information. About MUFG (Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc.) MUFG (Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc.) is one of the world's leading financial groups, with total assets of approximately $2.6 trillion (USD) as of December 31, 2016. Headquartered in Tokyo and with approximately 350 years of history, MUFG is a global network with more than 2,200 offices in nearly 50 countries. The Group has more than 140,000 employees and about 300 entities, offering services including commercial banking, trust banking, securities, credit cards, consumer finance, asset management, and leasing. The Group's operating companies include Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation (Japan's leading trust bank), and Mitsubishi UFJ Securities Holdings Co., Ltd., one of Japan's largest securities firms. Through close partnerships among our operating companies, the Group aims to "be the world's most trusted financial group," flexibly responding to all of the financial needs of our customers, serving society, and fostering shared and sustainable growth for a better world. MUFG's shares trade on the Tokyo, Nagoya, and New York (MTU) stock exchanges. Visit www.mufg.jp/english/index.html.
News Article | February 23, 2017
MELBOURNE, Australia, Feb. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a joint media release from the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and the Australian Border Force (ABF), US$186 million worth of drugs was seized in Melbourne on Feb. 5, and four men were arrested in relation to the case. Nuctech's Relocatable Container/Vehicle Inspection System, which had just recently been upgraded, was instrumental in helping officials detect the contraband. It is the first time that one of Nuctech's high gradient accelerators has been used in container/vehicle inspection systems. A shipping container from South Africa was found to have abnormalities during a routine check by ABF officers in Melbourne. The container was declared to be carrying mining equipment, but the scanning image clearly showed that there was something suspicious inside one of the machines. It was then passed on for an intrusive check, and 254 kg of cocaine and 104 kg of methamphetamine were found concealed in 358 packages within an iron ore extractor covered with activated charcoal. While praising the officers and staff at the Melbourne Container Examination Facility for the seizure, ABF Regional Commander Victoria and Tasmania, James Watson, stated, "Our officers have the expertise and technology to detect even the most sophisticated concealment. In this instance, our upgraded container x-ray technology has been able to penetrate through several layers of steel, machinery and coal/stones to identify these concealed packages." The full press release can be read here: https://www.afp.gov.au/news-media/media-releases/four-arrested-allegedly-importing-254-kg-cocaine-and-104-kg-meth The cooperation between Nuctech and the Australian General Administration of Customs started in 2001 when Nuctech signed an export contract with Australian Customs for the Relocatable Container/Vehicle Inspection System. This was Nuctech's breakthrough into the overseas market. The machines are delivered in 2002 and have run smoothly since then. In the years since then, Nuctech has continued to work closely with Australian Customs while continuing to work hard on R&D. New technologies and functions are constantly being developed, and with a comprehensive understanding of our customer's needs, customized solutions are made. In 2009 and 2016, technical upgrades made to the systems serving Australian Customs. The upgrades have turned the single-energy machines into dual-energy ones, and made them more powerful and user-friendly. Equipped with new accelerators and detectors, the systems now have stronger penetration power, and higher image resolution. Last year, Nuctech's Computed Tomography Inspection Systems and Central Image Gallery Systems were adopted by Australian Customs, and this undoubtedly marks a renewing of the cooperation between Nuctech and Australian Customs. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/nuctech-helps-to-seize-us186-million-worth-of-drugs-in-australia-300412337.html
News Article | February 21, 2017
HaulFox LLC, a transportation logistics software company, is proud to announce that David Dougherty has joined the leadership team as Vice President of Operations. “David has extensive Operational expertise having worked with multiple 3PL's - David understands the day to day technology needs of freight brokers, and he will continue to drive innovation and deliver exceptional results for our clients” said HaulFox’s Founder and COO, Jonathan Drouin. With solid knowledge of supply chain and logistics management with an emphasis on carrier procurement and development, David Dougherty is a strategic change agent. David has driven operations growth for companies such as Bear Transportation (now ABF Logistics) and PepsiCo. HaulFox LLC is a proprietary software company based in Dallas, TX. HaulFox focuses on developing freight technology platforms to service the Transportation/Logistics Industry with an emphasis on 3PLs. The HaulFox team is comprised of experienced 3PL practitioners, Senior Software Developers, and Data Scientists who are creating value added solutions to the industry (including Freight Brokerage Transportation Management System (TMS), Dynamic Pricing Module, Backhaul Matching, Live Tracking and Capacity Solutions).
News Article | February 27, 2017
Primark has joined luxury brands such as Burberry in enjoying a boost in sales from tourists drawn by the cheap pound. Sales at the cut-price fashion chain’s two stores in Oxford Street, central London, were up 10% in the six months to 4 March as the UK’s premier high street benefitted from an influx of bargain-hunting visitors, particularly from China. That compares with a 2% rise in sales at established stores for the group over the period. John Bason, finance director of Primark’s parent company Associated British Foods, said Oxford Street had been partly helped by a near 40% extension of its store at the eastern end of the street but this had only been in operation for half the period. “Increased footfall in Oxford Street with tourists was a big driver. All you need to do is look on the street and you can see it,” he said. Bason said there had been no noticeable impact on consumer spending in the UK since Brexit and that “not a lot” of expected price rises were feeding through on clothing. Although the fall in the value of the pound against the dollar, which is used to buy the bulk of the UK’s clothing from far eastern suppliers, was large Bason said it was being offset by efficiencies in the supply chain. “I think price rises will be later and less than people think because [businesses] are working hard on this,” Bason said. Primark has vowed to take a hit on profits if needed to keep prices low. ABF expects Primark’s sales over the half year to be 11% ahead of last year at constant currency rates, driven by increased retail selling space. With more than half the chain now overseas, the company said total sales would be 21% ahead at actual exchange rates – boosted by the increase in the value of the euro and the dollar against the pound. Sales at established stores for the group were level but, mainly held back by a decline in the Netherlands, where older stores have been affected by the opening of new Primark outlets. The company expects to open 300,000 sq ft of space in the next quarter with new outlets in Uxbridge in the UK; Charleroi in Belgium; Granada in Spain; Zwolle in the Netherlands and Staten Island in the US, as well as an extension to the Downtown Crossing store in Boston, Primark’s first store in the US in 2015.
News Article | February 23, 2017
MELBOURNE, Australia, Feb. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a joint media release from the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and the Australian Border Force (ABF), US$186 million worth of drugs was seized in Melbourne on Feb. 5, and four men were arrested in relation to the case....
News Article | February 27, 2017
Une foule s'est rassemblée à Mazières-en-Gâtine pour assister à cet événement historique LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - 27 février 2017) - Des centaines de dignitaires politiques et chefs d'entreprises de la région se sont retrouvés ce jour au Château du Petit Chêne à Mazières-en-Gâtine pour commémorer le lancement de la rénovation complète du château-hôtel du 17ème siècle appartenant à la Grande Maison Younan Collection, Division de Younan Properties. Le Château du Petit Chêne est classé comme monument historique français et la cérémonie de pose de la première pierre a eu lieu pour marquer le début des travaux qui devraient être terminés en avril 2018. C'est la première fois qu'une entreprise américaine reconstruit totalement un château historique en France. Zaya S. Younan, Président de la Younan Collection, a commenté cet événement historique : " Aujourd'hui marque le début de plusieurs mois d'efforts intenses pour reconstruire ce château, monument national français, pierre par pierre, sous la supervision du bureau des Architectes des Bâtiments de France (ABF). Notre but est de respecter l'histoire de ce beau château pour que les gens puissent en profiter encore pendant des siècles. Une fois la reconstruction terminée, le Château du Petit Chêne sera le premier golf-hôtel resort 4 étoiles de la région qui, riche de son héritage restauré et de toute l'élégance des époques passées, embrassera les standards de luxe et de confort que les voyageurs attendent aujourd'hui. Nous faisons un investissement important dans le château. En plus de reconstruire et de moderniser les chambres et les espaces communs, nous allons créer un restaurant gastronomique, une cave à cigares et à cognacs, une cave à vin de 250 000 bouteilles ainsi qu'un tout nouveau Spa. " Le Château du Petit Chêne se trouve au cœur de 165 hectares d'un parc boisé, de lacs et d'un spectaculaire parcours de golf 18 trous, à Mazières-en-Gâtine, en Poitou-Charentes. Il fait partie de l'un des domaines les plus prestigieux de France. Construit par la famille Vialt au début des années 1600, le château a eu seulement trois propriétaires depuis. Le dernier avait commencé une rénovation du château pour le transformer en un hôtel de luxe, mais a dû abandonner les travaux. La Younan Collection a fait l'acquisition du château et du parcours de golf en octobre 2015 et a commencé à restaurer avec soin les éléments intérieurs et extérieurs, en ajoutant de nouvelles suites de luxe, en proposant un restaurant repensé et une cave à vin spectaculaire. En mars 2016, alors que les rénovations étaient presque achevées, l'hôtel a été cependant victime d'un incendie catastrophique qui a dû conclure à sa fermeture. L'équipe de la Younan Collection a travaillé en étroite collaboration avec le bureau de l'ABF pour s'assurer que la reconstruction soit fidèle à l'héritage du Château du Petit Chêne. Le cabinet d'architectes Chevalier + Guillemot a été également choisi pour son expérience dans la réhabilitation de monuments historiques. Robert Berthet a conçu de façon magistrale le terrain du Golf du Petit Chêne qui restera ouvert au public pendant la durée des travaux, superbement installé parmi un paysage boisé et de nombreux lacs. En plus d'un parcours de 18 trous, il dispose d'un pitch & putt de 6 trous, d'un driving range, d'une pro shop, de vestiaires et d'un restaurant. Des joueurs pros proposent aussi des cours privés individuels. Zaya Younan explique que le Château du Petit Chêne est un exemple de l'esthétique de la marque Younan Collection, qui possède un portefeuille unique d'hôtels de luxe et de destinations uniques à travers le monde. " Notre mission est d'offrir à chacun de nos visiteurs une attention unique. Tout le monde mérite d'être traité comme un roi et nous sommes persuadés qu'une fois achevé, le Château du Petit Chêne proposera à ses clients une expérience inégalée dans la vie de château. " La Grande Maison Younan Collection est la filiale internationale de Younan Properties pour ses acquisitions en Europe. La Younan Collection se spécialise dans l'acquisition de châteaux-hôtels historiques et de propriétés de luxe dans les domaines de l'hôtellerie, du golf et du bien-être dans toute l'Europe. En 2015, Younan Collection a acquis son premier château hôtelier et parcours de golf, le Château du Petit Chêne et le Golf du Petit Chêne à Mazières-en-Gâtine, en Poitou-Charentes. Pour obtenir des renseignements ou effectuer une réservation auprès d'un établissement de la Younan Collection, envoyez un courriel à email@example.com ou contactez www.younancollection.com.
News Article | February 27, 2017
FORT SMITH, Ark., Feb. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- ArcBestSM Nasdaq: ARCB is pleased to announce the employee training program operated by less-than-truckload carrier ABF Freight® placed 13th among Training magazine's Training Top 125, which ranks companies' excellence in...