Bychemex Limited (BYCH.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Bychemex Limited (BYCH.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Bychemex Limited (BYCH.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Bychemex Limited (BYCH.mu) 2015 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileBychemex Limited is a subsidiary of Harel Mallac & Co. Limited and specialises in the manufacturing and sale of specialized chemical products and auxiliaries for the textile industry in Mauritius. Bychemex Limited handles its operations through the segments of textile auxiliaries, bleaching and dyeing chemicals, and scouring chemicals, where the company produces detergents, wetting agents, anti-crease agents, sequestrates, dispersants, and softeners, hydrogen peroxide, brine solution and caustic solutions. Bychemex Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius’ Development and Enterprise Market.
Year: Houses Architects: Jan Skuratowski Architecture Area Area of this architecture project House M / Jan Skuratowski Architecture Manufacturers: BORA, Cupolux, Girod, Inua Sauna, Sikken + SikkenWooden Structure:Pirmin Jung Ingenieure für Holzbau AG, Rain, SwitzerlandBasement:Ingenieurbüro W. Herzog AG, Möhlin, SwitzerlandBuilding Physics:Pirmin Jung Büro für Bauphysik AG, Rain, SwitzerlandBuilders:Wohlwend Baugeschäft AG, Möhlin, SwitzerlandWood Construction:Hürzeler Holzbau AG, Magden, SwitzerlandWindows:René Schweizer AG, Münchenstein, SwitzerlandPlumbing / Seals:Marx A, MuttenzShutters:E. Berger & Co. AG, Basel, SwitzerlandHeating:R. Häsler AG, Möhlin, SwitzerlandVentilation:R. Häsler AG, Pratteln, SwitzerlandSanitary:Wirthlin Haustechnik AG, Möhlin, SwitzerlandSauna:INUA, Laufenburg, GermanyFireplace:Friedrich Ofen-Kreativstudio, Eimeldingen, GermanyKitchen:Seipp Wohnen GmbH, Tiengen, GermanyPlastering / Painting:Grandis & Schreck GmbH, Zeiningen, SwitzerlandMetal Construction:Jürgen Medam GmbH, Efringen-Kirchen, GermanyInterior Doors:Hunziker Schreinerei, Schöftland, SwitzerlandCarpenter:Hürzeler Holzbau AG, Magden, SwitzerlandGlazing:Der Glasfuchs, Rickenbach, GermanySubflooring:Rufle Fussboden GmbH, Bad Säckingen, GermanyTiling:Peter GremperParquet Flooring:Stücker AG, Reinach, SwitzerlandGarden Planning:Hasler Gartenbau GmbH, Zuzgen, SwitzerlandArchitect In Charge:Jan SkuratowskiCity:MöhlinCountry:SwitzerlandMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Simon MengesRecommended ProductsDoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20WoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceText description provided by the architects. The new single-family house was designed as a separate residential unit and can hold its own next to the existing building from the 80s. It is situated on a partly raised plateau in the south-eastern part of the property. The two buildings differ in their roof design and thus emphasize their autonomy. At the same time, the new building paraphrases the existing building’s design: by its polygonal ground plan, which follows the hill’s shape, and expressive cantilevered floors. Wood was used a material to contrast the rather heavy sand-lime brick of the existing structure. Hierarchically, the new building is supposed to subordinate to the existing building and is therefore set slightly to the rear of the site. The new structure appears like a pavilion and, thanks to the flat roof, has a large accessible roof terrace that expands the small plot effectively. The greening of the roofs is intended to give the new building an animated character and link it with nature and the hill.Save this picture!SectionThe entrance / access is from Titlisstrasse, past the existing building. Between the two buildings is a greened pergola that acts like a buffer zone and brings daylight into the buildings. At the same time, it serves as an entrance zone for the new building. The space allocation plan in the new structure comprises living rooms / bedrooms and a kitchen / bathroom each on the ground floor, and a living room on the first floor with a spacious roof terrace and greened roof; the basement contains a guestroom with direct garden access, sauna area as well as a cellar and a laundry room.Save this picture!© Simon MengesSave this picture!Upper Floor PlanSave this picture!© Simon MengesThe dual materiality of the structure (above ground in wood / basement in concrete) is mirrored on the inside by wood ceilings on the ground floor and 1st floor as well as an exposed concrete ceiling in the basement. The walls painted in neutral white mediate between the materials. Save this picture!© Simon MengesThe large-scale glazing in the south and west creates a connection with nature. Circumferential canopies integrate the sun protection and underline the number of storeys; on the ground floor, the cantilevered canopy becomes a carport. The vertical inverted formwork of pre-greyed larch contrasts with the horizontal ceilings and provides the closed facade with plasticity and an exciting play of light and shadows.Save this picture!© Simon MengesProject gallerySee allShow lessSchauman & Nordgren Architects’ Winning Masterplan Envisages New Harbour Front Ident…Unbuilt ProjectMercedes-Benz Museum / UNStudioSelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/805989/house-m-jan-skuratowski-architecture Clipboard “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/805989/house-m-jan-skuratowski-architecture Clipboard “COPY” CopyHouses•Möhlin, Switzerland Photographs: Simon Menges Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Photographs House M / Jan Skuratowski ArchitectureSave this projectSaveHouse M / Jan Skuratowski Architecture Area: 217 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects Switzerland CopyAbout this officeJan Skuratowski ArchitectureOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMöhlinSwitzerlandPublished on February 24, 2017Cite: “House M / Jan Skuratowski Architecture” 24 Feb 2017. 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Case Concept Tractor the Big Summer Farm Show Attraction Facebook Twitter SHARE case-autonomous-tractorReally it didn’t do anything but sit there at the Farm Science Review and other shows like Farm Progress prior to this week. But in London, Ohio the Case IH fully autonomous concept vehicle was the most photographed object. It was the most talked about as well, and that’s what the manufacturer was looking for at these shows, input from farmers about the future of driverless tractors.“What our concept here is showing the autonomous components and solutions that we can install, not only on the fully autonomous tractor, but on a cabbed version as well,” explained Ryan Blasiak, Advanced Farming Systems Marketing Specialist with Case IH. He told HAT the company is using components like auto guidance that are already featured on tractors available today.“Then we’re adding additional electronics and sensors to make it fully autonomous. So we have LiDAR (light imaging, detection, and ranging) on here and radar as well. What that’s actually doing is looking in front of the vehicle itself and sensing any obstructions or anything that may cause damage to that tractor or implement. Then it’s going to alert the operator and he can dictate what actions to take from there.”The concept according to Blasiak includes better productivity and offering a tractor that doesn’t care what time of day it is.“So if we can have this machine runningThe concept vehicle has done real field work and you can view that in the popular YouTube video. Also at their website is a survey so the company can gain more input which will help guide their commercialization plans in the future. Facebook Twitter Previous articleTool Helps Determine Most Profitable Crop Delivery OptionNext articleMorning Outlook Andy Eubank Home Indiana Agriculture News Case Concept Tractor the Big Summer Farm Show Attraction SHARE By Andy Eubank – Sep 22, 2016
June 2, 2021 Find out more January 24, 2014 – Updated on January 20, 2016 China censors reports about elite’s hidden funds ChinaAsia – Pacific China’s Cyber Censorship Figures China is ranked 173rd out of 179 countries in the 2013 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index and is on the Reporters Without Borders list of “Enemies of the Internet.” Access to the websites of Le Monde, The Guardian, Global Mail, El País and Süddeutsche Zeitung were blocked in China after they and other international media reported the results of research into the accounts held by members of the Chinese elite in offshore tax havens. The entire Chinese Internet also went down for several hours after these reports appeared online. Receive email alerts to go further Help by sharing this information News RSF_en ChinaAsia – Pacific Democracies need “reciprocity mechanism” to combat propaganda by authoritarian regimes Censored articles on WeFightCensorship April 27, 2021 Find out more China: Political commentator sentenced to eight months in prison News “The Chinese government’s reaction to the publication of these revelations about corruption in China is evidence of its embarrassment about information of public interest,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We will do everything possible to make this information available to Chinese citizens.”The reports are based on months of detailed research by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists into the ways that the members of China’s power elite use tax havens to conceal the personal wealth that they and in some cases their family members have amassed.After the findings of this investigation were released on 21 January, the Chinese authorities blocked the websites of the news media involved in the operation and ICIJ’s own site. GreatFire, an organization that specializes in monitoring online censorship in China, has compiled a list of the blocked media:-* ICIJ-* The Guardian-* The Global Mail-* Sueddeutsche Zeitung-* Le Monde.fr-* El País-* CBC.ca-* NDR.deOn 22 January, the US-based China Digital Times website posted the text of an Internet directive from the Chinese authorities ordering the immediate removal of all articles and posts mentioning the ICIJ investigation.Almost all comments and links referring to the ICIJ investigation have been removed from the Chinese microblogging site SinaWeibo.On 21 January, the day that the ICIJ’s findings were released, the entire Chinese Internet suffered a well-timed massive failure that GreatFire regarded as an unsuccessful attempt to block its mirror sites. GreatFire has created a mirror of the China Digital Times site, which has also published the ICIJ’s findings in English and Chinese. Follow the news on China News Organisation News In order to combat this censorship, Reporters Without Borders has published Le Monde’s reports on the ICIJ’s findings in French and Chinese on WeFightCensorship, a website that Reporters Without Borders created in order to combat Internet blocking.Any article posted on WeFightCensorship is instantly duplicated on other copies of this site that are hosted in locations all over the world. We invite other Internet users to participate in this project and to create WeFightCensorship mirrors on their own servers. March 12, 2021 Find out more
VETERANS’ MUSEUM TRIP — Henry Harris Community School Grade 6 students enjoyed their trip to the Veterans’ Museum. The students gained first hand knowledge of the experiences of life in the military. The veterans all stressed their pride and honor to serve the United States of America. ×
Sammy Williams is escorted by Mike Gray and Jake Schneider. Photo Credits: Ian Crowley Written by: Phoebe PrettymanOn a crisp fall night under the lights, the Ocean City Red Raiders played the Mainland Mustangs, a classic South Jersey rivalry. The Red Raiders set the tone of the game with some good defense early on. They proved that they were ready to defend anything that the Mainland Mustangs tried. The Raiders gained possession on their 43-yard line, thanks to a reception by Jake Schneider (Sr.). Jake has over 100 receptions which is 17 away from the CAL record. Joe Repetti (Sr.) got some good yardage on the outside right before he drove to score the first touchdown of the game. Brendan McGonigle (Jr.) added a successful extra point to make the score 7-0, with Ocean City in the lead.Mainland played with a lot of side-to-side offense, but due to some incomplete passes and the Raider’s strong defense, they could not make it down the field before OC took possession. Jake Schneider (Sr.) had a great reception, his 102nd, and gave the raiders some good yardage. Jake Inserra (Sr.) made a run on the inside to make it to 1st & goal which was then followed by a touchdown. This was Inserra’s 7th of the year. He also leads the team in tackles. Brendan McGonigle (Jr.) added another point to the board making the score 14-0. The Raiders stayed steady on defense for the rest of the quarter, despite Mainland’s attempt to spread them.Jake Schneider showed they how it was done.Jake Schneider (Sr.) kept the momentum up with a double coverage reception from Joe Repetti (Sr.) early on in the second quarter. Shortly after, Repetti ran to the outside to the end zone as there was a flag thrown on the play, the first penalty of the game. After the penalty and two good sacks from Mainland, the Raiders were pushed back. However, that didn’t stop Ocean City as Joe Repetti (Sr.) threw a pass, avoiding a sack, to Brad Jamison (Sr.) for a touchdown. With the addition of a successful extra point by Brendan McGonigle (Jr.), the score was 21-0 with the Raiders in the lead.Another great throw from Joe Repetti (Sr.) received by Jake Schneider (Sr.) at the 10-yard line prefaced a drive down the center that led to another touchdown by Joe Repetti (Sr.), his second of the game. With an extra point by Brendan McGonigle (Jr.), the score stood at 28-0, the Raiders in the lead. Ocean City’s defense stayed strong, with 5:45 left in the second quarter the Raiders had had 4 possessions and 4 touchdowns.Jake Inserra had another big game.Another touchdown was scored due to a phenomenal pass from Joe Repetti (sr.) to Jake Schneider (Sr.) in the back of the end zone. With the addition of a extra point, the score was 35-0, with Ocean City in the lead. This was the 29th touchdown pass by Repetti, that gets him very close to the school the record, which is 30. In the last minute of the game, Charley Cossabone (Jr.) scooped up the ball and ran to score a 16-yard punt return touchdown. Brendan McGonigle (Jr.) added an extra point to make the score 42-0.Mainland started off the third quarter with some more energy, holding Ocean City back a little bit. However, early on the Raiders gained some momentum with an interception by Sam Williams (Jr.), at the 43-yard line, who then ran down to score a touchdown. Brendan McGonigle (Jr.) added a point to make the score 49-0. Mainland pushed forward, however Red Raider Kyle Hendricks (Jr.) scooped up the ball and ran it down to the 35-yard line before he was pushed out-of-bounds. Riley Gunnels (So.) handed off to Jack Hoag (So.) who ran down the field to score a touchdown. Brendan McGonigle (Jr.) successfully kicked his 8th extra point of the game. With one minute left in the quarter, the score was 56-0, with Ocean City in the lead.Mike Gray had his way.Ocean City made a good effort to gain some yardage in the beginning of the fourth quarter. Mainland held a sturdy defense and made the Raiders fight for their next touchdown. Riley Gunnels (So.) made a strong drive to the end zone to score his first varsity touchdown! Then Brendan McGonigle (Jr.) kicked a successful extra point which broke the record of most extra points in one game. The score stood 63-0, with Ocean City as the victors. The quarter ended with Ocean City showing some good coverage and high intensity to keep Mainland from making any major advances.The final score said it all.
View Comments Declan Egan, Simon Bailey, Matt Corner & Matt Hunt in ‘Jersey Boys’ (Photo: Brinkhoff & Mögenburg) Jersey Boys has set up shop as a West End long-runner. The Olivier Award-winning musical all about Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons is now on its second London theater, the Piccadilly, and is currently hosting a fresh set of principal actors. Broadway.com caught up with Matt Corner, the delightful actor now playing Frankie, to talk Jersey accents, singing falsetto and the appeal of golf.Welcome to your first West End starring role!Thank you! I graduated from drama school three and half years ago, so it seems totally surreal to me to have reached this point. If your career is about climbing Everest, I feel as if I’ve now made it to base camp.You have a history with Jersey Boys already.Yes, I started out 18 months ago in the first national tour of the show as the alternate Frankie doing two shows a week, which suited me perfectly, and then they gave me the part on the tour. In London, this is the first time since the show opened in the West End that all Four Seasons are brand new, so that’s been quite special—all four of us are bonding just as the guys did in real life.What did you know about the Four Seasons before the offer came your way?I knew the show but didn’t know much about the band.I bet you learned quickly.I went away and did my research and listened to all their original tracks to get a sense of the sound and how Frankie was achieving it. I saw the film and thought John Lloyd Young was excellent, but mostly I didn’t want to listen to other people’s impersonations. I wanted to try and make it my own, and the best way for me to do that was to go right back to the beginning.Did you know you could sing so high?That totally surprised me. I’ve always been able to sing high and preferred rock-style tenor music like AC/DC or Queen and Bon Jovi—and also Stevie Wonder. But when I started down the audition process for this, I thought, “I better get the falsetto sound under my belt,” so I kind of stumbled into it.What about capturing the physical resemblance?I have blond hair and blue eyes and am 5’9” whereas Frankie’s 5’5”, so this was never a part I looked at and thought, “I could play that.” But they put a wig on me and darkened my eyes and cast everyone around me bigger and it works. Our Bob Gaudio [Declan Egan] is 6’5”!Have you met Frankie?Back in December when he was on tour, I went to see his show in Glasgow. My best friend had booked me in for my birthday present, and we went backstage afterward and sat in his dressing room.How did that experience affect your performance?It informed me in a lot of my choices in terms of what I was doing onstage. Frankie has this power about him and is very still: he doesn’t give a lot away. So I try to arrive at that sense of stillness when we reach the end of our show since that’s him; that’s his aura.Did you worry about the accent demands of the role?We have a Jersey boy—or man, I should say—in the cast: Mark Heenehan, who plays Gyp DeCarlo. He’s the real deal. It’s lovely to have that authenticity, so he can check our accents if they’re off. He hasn’t said anything to me so far.Have you ever been to New Jersey?I haven’t, but I’m desperate to go! I want to visit the Belmont Tavern in Belleville where these guys played; if and when I go over, they’ve said they’ll show me around. Also, I have a singing coach [in New York] named Katie Agresta, who looks after all the Frankies and who teaches me by Skype, so it would be great to go see her.How do you relax?I play a lot of golf in the daytime. That’s the perfect sport for me. I have a gold membership with a golf club five miles out of London and that’s my getaway from it all: it’s my slice of the countryside.Does this role permeate your offstage life—for instance, do you find yourself singing “Sherry” in the shower?I tend to save that for the show. You know you love this music when you hear it every night and it’s like the first time you’ve heard it. Every night the opening chord of “Oh, What a Night” makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up, and that’s the honest truth.What’s next for you?I’m absolutely besotted with the lead character [Christopher] in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.I’d really like to play that part. It’s something full-on that you’ve really got to throw yourself into, which would be an awesome challenge. I guess we’ll see.
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By Dialogo January 10, 2011 Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru have taken the first stop toward forming an Area of In-Depth Integration (AIP) that could enable greater openness in migration and trade and that will be promoted by a Pro Tempore Secretariat for which Chile will be responsible, an official source said. Ministers from these four countries met on 6 January in Santiago, where they decided to begin talks toward this body, proposed by Peruvian President Alan García on 4 December, during the Twentieth Ibero-American Summit of Presidents in Argentina. “What this includes is having full freedom in the future for the circulation of goods, services, and capital, in addition to taking the pertinent measures to facilitate the movement of persons among these four nations,” Chilean Foreign Minister Alfredo Moreno affirmed. At the same time, the AIP will have the objective of ensuring that these four countries – which together account for 55% of Latin America’s exports to the world – have the necessary competitiveness to stand up to Asian markets. For this purpose, a Pro Tempore Secretariat was created, for which Chile will be responsible during 2011 and which will work on forming the AIP. Within a three-month period, a commission of deputy ministers is to develop a “road map” that includes the issues that the AIP will address. The Colombian minister of trade, industry, and tourism, Sergio Díaz Granados, and the Mexican secretary of the economy, Bruno Ferrari, also participated in the meeting.