People are really the most important link in tourism and I constantly emphasize that tourism workers are most responsible for this year’s tourist results, said Minister of Tourism Anton Kliman during a visit to Opatija hotels and tourist potentials of Matulji municipality where he shared local tourism awards in the action “I love Croatia – Matujska tourist rose “Which rewards” the most balcony “,” the most homely “and” the most catering facility “, and” the most renter “, the renter who has achieved the largest number of overnight stays in the past year.”This year we can be really proud, namely, in August there were almost 30 million overnight stays (compared to last year’s 26 million), and from the beginning of the year to the end of August even more than 75 million overnight stays, compared to last year’s 71 million. This is indeed a respectable increase in overnight stays, and the announcements for the post-season are also great”, Minister Kliman pointed out and added that the tourist results are excellent and that there is a respectable increase in overnight stays, while the announcements for the post-season are also excellent.According to the data of the eVisitor and eCrew (nautical) systems, ie on the basis of registrations and cancellations during the first eight months of this year, a total of 12,9 million arrivals and 75,1 million overnight staysDuring the mentioned period, most overnight stays were realized in the Adriatic counties, namely in Istria (20,7 million overnight stays), Primorje-Gorski Kotar (14,4 million overnight stays), Split-Dalmatia (14 million overnight stays), Zadar (9,7 million overnight stays). ), Dubrovnik-Neretva (5,9 million overnight stays) and Šibenik-Knin (5,3 million overnight stays).In the first eight months, tourists from Germany (14,2 million overnight stays), Slovenia (8,4 million overnight stays), Austria (5,7 million overnight stays), Italy (4,7 million overnight stays) and Poland realized the most overnight stays in Croatian destinations. (4,5 million overnight stays).
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To reflect its improving position in the oversize airfreight sector, ABC has now rolled out its first ‘abc XL’ aircraft livery on one of its iconic Boeing 747 freighters.“For the first four months of 2019, the growth in abc XL shipments also included a more than 10 percent increase in out-of-gauge (OOG) cargoes being loaded through the swing-up nose cargo door of our B747 fleet, amounting to more than 2,000 tonnes,” said Vasiliy Zhukov, global director, heavy and outsized cargo at the carrier.The airline registered the highest uptick in oversize and heavy shipments on trade lanes from Europe to North America and vice versa, with around a two-fold increase ex-Europe and a growth of 45 percent from North America.www.airbridgecargo.com
James Morton is a writer and former criminal defence solicitor The news that supermarkets have put withdrawn hamburgers back on the shelves reminds me of the days very early in my career when I did a bit of prosecuting for a small chain of supermarkets. I always had to ask for costs and a few shillings compensation for the spoiled item and one day I prosecuted a lady who had taken a piece of steak from the counter, put it between her thighs and, penguin-like, waddled out. Outside on the pavement she was tapped on the shoulder and, as it were, gave birth. I was surprised when there was no claim for costs. ‘We just rinsed it and put it back on the shelf,’ I was told. Prosecuting, even in this limited way, taught me a good deal. One of the things was never to be sarcastic or unpleasant for the sake of it. I once prosecuted a middle-aged lady accused of stealing a tin of salmon which, she said, had leaped off the shelf and into her bag. ‘Spawning time?’ I asked wittily. She was convicted and went to prison for 14 days. I’m not sure if she even had any convictions but life was a lot rougher in those days. I felt bad about it, and even worse when her husband made an appointment to see me a couple of months later. I thought he was going to complain but no, she had been caught again – and he wanted me to defend her. ‘Ask her what day it is,’ he said. She could not tell me, nor the month, nor who was on the throne. When I was being so clever at her expense the poor woman had been in the early stages of fast-developing dementia. On a happier note, after I had prosecuted one woman who had a number of children, she came to the office that afternoon and put £10 on the desk saying, ‘this is a retainer so you can’t get at any of my sons’. They became regular clients. My early prosecuting career came to a shuddering halt when I was asked to prosecute a man charged with fraud at the local greyhound track. It was something to do with switched tickets and I got absolutely nowhere on my cross-examination. It was only after I sat down that I realised too late how he had worked the trick.
Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) Farmington city cable channel 15 and public access channel 12 (Spectrum) viewers can watch a joint gubernatorial debate that happened on May 31 at the Mackinac Island Policy Conference.The footage was provided by WOOD-TV in Grand Rapids and airs Thursdays at 7 p.m. and Sundays at 8 p.m.Three Democrats — Gretchen Whitmer, Shri Thanedar and Abdul El-Sayed – and three Republicans Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, Attorney General Bill Schuette, and State Sen. Patrick Colbeck debated issues that ranged from the Flint water crisis to public education.A fourth candidate, Republican Dr. Jim Hines, did not poll well enough to be included in the event. Reported by
SemiGen, Inc. an ISO and ITAR registered RF/Microwave assembly, automated PCB manufacturing, and RF Supply Center, is announcing their full-service, high-quality, RF/Microwave design and automated assembly services as a viable option for companies looking to reduce assembly cost while keeping their production domestic. SemiGen provides expertise and experience in the manufacturing of RF, microwave, and millimeter-wave circuits and assemblies, with particular expertise in mixed RF/digital assembly—including microcontrollers. With a focus on smoothing out and speeding up the manufacturing process, SemiGen has recently added a suite of new automated assembly equipment to increase their manufacturing capacity. SemiGen has added a new, fully automatic, epoxy dispense system from Camalot and a new, fully automatic, wire bonder from Westbond, capable of wedge, ball and ribbon bonding. This equipment will be in line with their fully automatic MRSI for eutectic die attach. The company’s highly trained, certified assemblers are experts in advanced manufacturing techniques for the highly specialized RF/Microwave market. This new production capability will allow SemiGen to enter the chip-on-board market and address assemblies designed in multi-arrays in thick film, thin film and standard board materials. SemiGen can now source, manufacture, encapsulate, singulate, and automatically test customers’ higher volume designs with ease. SemiGen specializes in unique RF and digital manufacturing challenges— design, test, prototype, production and repair. They offer a full-service solution for small- to high-volume manufacturers who assemble the more straightforward to the most complex integrated assemblies. To review SemiGen’s suite of services and supplies visit www.semigen.net or call 603-624-8311.
Boeing has selected Raytheon to upgrade the radar for B-52 bomber planes. Under the contract, Raytheon will design, develop, produce and sustain active electronically scanned array radar systems for the entire U.S. Air Force B-52 fleet. The advanced radar upgrade will ensure the aircraft remains mission ready through 2050 and beyond. Low rate initial production is scheduled to begin in 2024.With AESA radar on board, the B-52 will gain improved navigation reliability to support nuclear and conventional missions. Raytheon’s B-52 radar is based on AESA technologies developed from the APG-79/APG-82 radar family. The B-52 will also benefit from improved mapping and detection range and an increase in the number of targets it can simultaneously engage. Along with improved capabilities that help crews see further and more accurately, Raytheon’s AESA radar offers greater reliability than the current system because it has no moving parts and uses modern operating software.According to Raytheon, its active electronically scanned array (AESA) systems, with game-changing performance and tactical advantages, are the cornerstone of current and future aircrafts. Providing incomparable detection, targeting, tracking, and self-protection capabilities, the AESA systems are yet another hallmark in the company’s evolving development of innovative radars in support of the warfighters. The Raytheon AESA radar family may be tailored to fit any platform’s size, space and requirements.