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SAN DIEGO — The Giants know they weren’t dealt the best hand at the table.They don’t have an elite starting staff, an offense full of home run hitters or a roster lined with All-Stars capable of calling other team’s bets.A month before the trade deadline, they decided to ignore the odds and push in their chips anyway. With a 18-4 record in their last 22 games, the Giants are all in and suddenly a threat to outlast their competition.“Now we’re kind of in a situation where we’re playing with …
Johannesburg, Saturday 3 October 2015 – Brand South Africa today hailed the performance by South Africa’s national rugby team in their third match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup.With a significant win in their match against Scotland, Brand South Africa’s CEO Kingsley Makhubela said, “Once again the Springboks have inspired the nation and the world with their excellent performance in the Rugby World Cup. Their fierce determination to fly the South African flag proudly bore fruit with their hard won victory against Scotland in Newcastle.”“Brand South Africa joins the citizens of our country in celebrating your victory and thank you for playing with such passion and determination. The South African flag flies proudly in England and we look forward to your next encounter. South Africa stands behind you,” concluded Mr Makhubela.
zoom Maersk’s tug operator Svitzer has signed an agreement with Portuguese company Rebosado to provide services to the company’s towage customers and time charter the Rebosado fleet.The deal will help expand Svitzer’s multi-port coverage in Portugal to four ports including Lisbon, Sines, Portimão and now Setubal, enlarging its fleet from two to nine tugs. “By expanding our operations into Setubal Svitzer can now offer comprehensive port cover for the main ports in southern Portugal, thereby providing our customers with a better service. By utilising both the Svitzer and Rebosado fleet we can increase the reliability and efficiency of our Portuguese operation,” Managing Director of Svitzer Europe, Kasper Friis Nilaus, says.As explained by Manoel Ferreira, founder of Rebosado, the deal builds upon the bilateral cooperation of many years strengthening further the duo’s relationship.Svitzer added that the deal would increase its controlled fleet in Portugal by seven vessels, bringing the total fleet to 15 tugboats.The transaction is set to become effective as of September 1, 2017.