- 12 blue bins ERGO-Box series “size 3″ WxDxH 17 x 24 x 12.6 cm (6.7 x 9.4 x 5 in)
- 2 plastic wall mounting panels WxH 34.5×38.5 cm – mounted together for endless positioning adjacent to each other
- A quick and easy way to organise small accessories with easy access.
- Thanks to unique design bins are stackable and nestable
This set gives opportunity to order your warehouse or garage. Finally all screws, nuts, nails or any other small part will find it s place.
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Storage bins with wall mounted panel – 12 large blue bins, more combinations available
They chose MAN chassis for this. The Austrian company Rosenbauer achieved this design using an MAN TGM 18.340 4×4 BB four-wheel drive chassis. An MAN TGM 13.290 4×4 BL chassis forms the basis at the German company Ziegler. Other body builders will follow suit soon and introduce their MAN chassis-based products. So, as of autumn 2013, MAN is the first commercial-vehicle manufacturer to be in a position to provide fire brigades with chassis for emergency vehicles which meet all the exhaust emission standards from Euro 3 to Euro 6.
The introduction of low-emission Euro 6 vehicles with their extremely effective, yet technologically sophisticated emission control system poses new challenges to body builders. They have to take into account the additional space needed for components such as the exhaust system and AdBlue tank, which are larger than those used in the Euro 5 category.
In fire trucks, the low-set tool compartments between the axles and the steps on both sides for access to the extended cab take up the space on the sides of the frame. This means that components such as the air intake, battery box and exhaust system, which would normally be fitted in that area on a standard chassis, have to be moved elsewhere. Technological constraints do, however, limit creative freedom for relocating these components in Euro 6 designs. In close cooperation between chassis manufacturer MAN and the body builders, a solution to this problem has been designed in which the various access systems such as fixed, fold-out or rotating steps can continue to be provided as usual. The storage space in the low-set tool compartments at the sides is preserved to ensure ergonomically optimised unloading. The air intake is located in the centre of the frame under the extended cab close to the front seat box. The compact exhaust silencer can be moved further backwards on MAN fire truck chassis from the TGL and TGM series and/or fitted rotated by 90 degrees. The body builder can be flexible in repositioning the ten-litre AdBlue tank to suit the body by using an extended supply line. This means that the conventional steps up to the cab can be realised as before.
Even for emergency vehicles where the customer has opted for the standard MAN crew cab, the Euro 6 components are so optimally arranged that the fire fighting equipment installers can add their bodies.
The special shift program of MAN’s TipMatic automatic gearbox, which was introduced at the start of 2013 for Euro 5, is also available for MAN emergency vehicles with Euro 6 emission standard. This is characterised by quicker acceleration and a special downshifting strategy for an emergency run.
In some countries such as Germany, Austria and the United Kingdom it will still be possible to purchase and register the Euro 5 version of emergency vehicles in 2014 with a certificate of exemption.
A father in Georgia was arrested, jailed and charged with theft after he plugged his electric car into an exterior outlet at his son’s school for a quick charge totaling about five cents worth of “juice.” WXIA’s Doug Richards reports.
By Daniella Silva, NBC News
A Georgia man found himself in handcuffs after charging his electric car outside a middle school where his son was playing tennis in what police alleged was unlawful theft of county power worth roughly five cents.
Kaveh Kamooneh, of Decatur, said he was attending a Saturday morning tennis practice session for his 11-year-old son on Nov. 2 when he plugged in his electric car at a power outlet outside Chamblee Middle School.
Kamooneh, 50, said he was alarmed when, soon after, he saw a police officer inspecting his Nissan LEAF.
According to a report from the Chamblee Police Department, an officer responded to a called complaint of the white Nissan LEAF left parked and charging at the school. In the police report, the officer said he could not find the vehicle s owner but found the car doors unlocked and picked up a piece of mail on the car floor showing a Decatur address.
He told me he was going to arrest me for theft, Kamooneh said, who said he charged his car for roughly 20 minutes. Clean Cities Atlanta, an electric vehicle advocacy group, says that is roughly the equivalent of a nickel’s worth of electricity, WIXA in Atlanta reported1.
On Nov. 13, Kamooneh said he was met at his door by police, who handcuffed him and took him to the DeKalb County jail, where he was held for about 15 hours.
I quickly realized it was from the events that had happened 11 days back, he said. The officer did threaten that he would do that. I guess I didn t quite believe that he would go through with it.
Kamooneh was officially charged with theft by taking what the officer said was theft of power by not seeking permission from the DeKalb County School system to charge his car there, according to the police report.
Police said, according to the report, they met with Chamblee Middle School employees, who confirmed that Kamooneh was not authorized to plug his car into any school socket.
Sgt. Ernesto Ford of the of the Chamblee Police Department declined to discuss the incident further with NBC News, but told WXIA that Kamooneh broke the law. He stole something that wasn t his.
A theft is a theft, he added.
But Kamooneh said he believes he committed no crime. He said in his experience as an electric car driver, seeking permission was often an informal exchange and that he had never encountered a problem before.
Of course I agree that theft is theft, what I don t agree with is that every taking of something without permission is theft, he said, adding that there was no one at the school to ask permission from at the time.
The DeKalb County School District said in a statement that it has cooperated with the police investigation and will continue to do so.
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The Stanley STA 1-97-515 soft bag on wheels is 18 inches and made from a heavy-duty 600 denier fabric that resists cuts and scratches.
The bag has a rigid bulky structure design and removable dividers which are hardwearing, strong and durable. In addition, the extendable easy carriage handle makes it convenient to manoeuvre the bag.
The Stanley STA 1-97-515 soft bag has multiple internal and external pockets for maximum organisation and secure storage of small parts or personal items. It has easy access to tools and provides maximum organization including drill storage.
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Ground rent vs demurrage-detention is there a difference..??
This is a question from Siddhartha
What is ground rent , is it different from demurrage and detention ?and who will collect ground rent ?
Storage could occur under below conditions :
- On import full container(s) at the port or inland terminal while it is under the custody of the shipping line before the container is released to the importer..
- On import full container(s) at a customs bonded warehouse where the importer or customs have requested it to be moved for the purpose of inspection etc..
- On empty containers at an empty depot where the shipping line is storing it for the purpose of utilisation for exports, but due to overstock, or lack of space on board the ship or lack of exports they are forced to keep the boxes under storage..
- On export full containers at the port or inland terminal while it is under the custody of the shipping line before the container is shipped on board.. This could generally happen if the exporter has already moved the container into the port, but has some documentary or other issues to sort out before it is shipped.. By contrast very less containers go into storage over exports as compared to imports..
- On transhipment containers (full or empty) at the port while it is under the custody of the shipping line awaiting a connecting vessel..
- On containers that are detained by Govt. authorities like Customs, Health, Police etc..
Storage is charged and collected by the entity that is storing the container in their facility for the shipping line or the exporter or importer..
Demurrage and detention is charged by the shipping line in accordance with the number of free days offered and as per the tariff set by the shipping line..
Storage is charged by the port, inland terminal or shipping line in accordance with the number of free days offered and as per the tariff set by them..
To summarise :
- Storage amount charged by the entity storing the container (full or empty) till it moves out of the facility
- Demurrage amount charged by the shipping line from the time of expiry of free days till it is moved out of port or terminal for unpacking
- Detention amount charged by the shipping line from the time the full container is picked up till it is returned empty to the depot nominated by the shipping line
- Once returned, till it is reused, the empty container can incur storage at the depot
So its more or less like a circle of life..
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More and more customs authorities demand electronic cargo information prior to the arrival of an airplane. In the last few months Croatia and Israel joined the club.
And many more countries are queuing up for access. The challenge for forwarders, shippers, and airlines is growing.
International security concerns are increasingly driving governments to tighten controls and demand advance notice of import, export, and transit freight passing their borders. In parallel, more and more custom organizations require electronic customs clearance to replace paper documentation. These measures place a heavy burden on cargo carrying airlines as well as ground handlers, forwarders, and shippers. They have become virtual non-tariff barriers to international trade. Non-compliance leads to freight being blocked or delayed with subsequent additional supply chain costs for storage, insurance, processing etc.
Although customs authorities worldwide are all heading in the same direction under the guidance of the World Customs Organization (WCO) their requirements are very diverse. Only the EU, Switzerland and Norway have established common rules for advance electronic import and export information (ICS, AES). But even here messaging specifications may vary. In addition, the USA, Canada, Nigeria, Mexico and Ethiopia, just to name a few, demand pre-arrival information today but in different formats and information details. And some time planned in 2014 the USA will complement the compulsory AMS requirements with Air Cargo Advanced Screening (ACAS) cargo data filing demands. Furthermore, numerous countries in Latin America, the Middle East, CIS, and Asia are currently also working on defining standards for pre-arrival customs cargo data filing. To keep up-to-date and remain fully informed is very challenging for all supply chain partners.
Responsibilities and costs
Most states place the responsibility for complying with advanced customs information legislation on the carrier. In India, this obligation is placed on carriers and forwarders. And in some countries the onus is on AEOs (Authorized Economic Operators). The challenge for carriers, ground handlers, and forwarders is to meet these requirements cost-efficiently. This also applies to shippers with in-house forwarding departments. The legislation requires intense, effective cooperation and mutual respect by all players in the supply chain, process and business changes. Whilst forwarders, shippers and airlines bemoan the costs of implementing the new customs and security rules they have to bend with the wind and comply if they want to stay in business and remain competitive.
The forthcoming WCO Technology & Innovation Forum that will be held in Buenos Aires (Argentina) from November 12 to 14 will focus on the issues detailed above. No doubt we shall hear interesting speeches and extensive expert debates. And there will also be opportunities for peer-to-peer learning and an exchange of best practices. But the Babylonian confusion of technical formats, message protocols, cargo information exchange standards, single and dual filing options etc. will not be resolved
unfortunately or fortunately for the IT software houses.
Article by Johan Ruthstrom, Global Proposition Development Manager eCargo, Champ Cargosystems
The Road Haulage Association has teamed up with tachograph analysis experts TruTac to bring hauliers a fully automated, web-based digital and analogue tachograph analysis reporting system, already in use by many operators to manage their tachograph analysis and compliance requirements. RHA Analysis provides powerful…
The Road Haulage Association has teamed up with tachograph analysis experts TruTac to bring hauliers a fully automated, web-based digital and analogue tachograph analysis reporting system, already in use by many operators to manage their tachograph analysis and compliance requirements.
RHA Analysis provides powerful KPI exception based reporting across multiple depots, drivers and vehicles. In addition, the reports can be automatically emailed to any transport manager or multiple users, regardless of fleet size.
We firmly believe that this latest service from the RHA will prove invaluable to operators , said RHA Director of Operations, Richard Ellithorne. And because we are so confident of its success, we are also making it available to non-members. There will, of course, be a slight difference in the non-member price but this will more than made up for in terms of reliability, quality compliance and ultimately, profitability .
RHA Analysis provides fast, quality compliance management solutions which add real value and are cost effective. TruTac develop all software in-house and it s through their commitment, drive and experience that they forge long-term relationships with clients.
TruTac are honoured to be selected by the RHA as a preferred partner, in providing a fully comprehensive, easy to use, cost effective tachograph compliance suite. TruTac s Managing Director, Terry Ramsey said. The RHA applies exhaustive diligence in selecting their preferred partners and our successful selection confirms we have developed an industry leading product.
Ramsey continues Both TruTac and the RHA pride themselves on their high levels of customer support and together we can offer a best in class product and support function. The TruTac team are looking forward to working with the RHA in ensuring RHA Analysis remains the most comprehensive and cost effective solution.
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