The 11,000 sq m facility was opened during March 2017 and will offer freight forwarding and supply chain services for the oil and gas business, as well as core seafreight, airfreight and overland services. Kuehne + Nagel said the facility, which is located close to Aberdeen Airport and Aberdeen Harbour, would provide various other services, such as on-site export packing; subcontracted services like container loading and the North Sea Link trailer service will now be in-house, providing full management control. “Complex logistics tasks for the oil and gas industry demand precisely tailored solutions. Here our new Aberdeen branch has a crucial role to play. Our customers will benefit from enhanced services, as we strengthen our global oil and gas network with a dedicated European hub,” said Marcus Bennett, national manager of Kuehne + Nagel UK.home.kuehne-nagel.com
Fallout from Utah nurse arrest: Policy changes, apologies Do you see a typo or an error? Let us know. SHARE SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Officials at a Utah hospital where a nurse was arrested after refusing to allow police to draw a patient’s blood are apologizing that security officers didn’t intervene and saying they’ve implemented policy changes.The announcements Monday mark the latest fallout from nurse Alex Wubbels’ release last week of the July 26 body-camera footage showing a Salt Lake City police officer dragging her from University of Utah Hospital.The officer has been put on leave and his agency apologized.But Monday’s mea culpa from University of Utah Police Chief Dale Brophy marked his first public comments on the reaction by his officers at the hospital.Brophy says none of the hospital officers have been disciplined but will receive additional training.Wubbels and her attorney weren’t immediately available for comment. Related Articles:Nurse refuses blood test on unconscious patient; gets cuffed2nd Utah police officer on paid leave over nurse arrest Author: Associated Press Published: September 4, 2017 4:22 PM EDT
Columbia, SC — South Carolina senior Aleighsa Welch was the 22nd overall pick in the second round of the WNBA Draft 2015 presented by State Farm tonight, becoming the fifth Gamecock all-time to be selected.Welch was taken by the Chicago Sky.The first of head coach Dawn Staley’s Gamecocks to be taken in the WNBA Draft, Welch joins Jocelyn Penn (1st round, 2003), Petra Ujheyli (2nd round, 2003), Shaunzinski Gortman (1st round, 2002) and Teresa Geter (3rd round, 2002) as the program’s all-time selections.Gortman and Geter are both Midlands products. Gortman played at W.J. Keenan High School, while Geter prepped at Columbia High School under longtime Capital head coach Bobby Young.Welch completed her career at South Carolina as the program’s top career offensive rebounder and one of just four Gamecocks all-time to record at least 1,000 points and 900 rebounds in her career. She is a three-time All-SEC selection, including first-team honors in 2014 and 2015, and was the 2015 SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Her career .577 field goal percentage is second in school history. In her senior season, Welch turned in 9.1 points and 6.5 rebounds per game.