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first_img AP Møller-Maersk vice chief executive Claus Hemmingsen has announced he will step down, following the separation of Maersk Tankers, Maersk Oil and Maersk Drilling.The move forms part of the company’s transformation initiative that started in 2016, with the result that the energy division, over which Mr Hemmingsen presides, will be closed by June.He joined the company in 1981 as a shipping trainee and has served across the world, going on to leading positions across shipping and offshore divisions.Chief executive Soren Skou thanked Mr Hemmingsen for the work he had put in and for his long association with the company.“I have known Claus since 1985, we joined the executive board together in 2007 and have been working closely together on the transformation of AP Møller Maersk over the last two and a half years,” said Mr Skou.“I have truly appreciated our partnership and friendship; Claus embodies the values of AP Møller Maersk and is an outstanding leader who has made many significant contributions.”Mr Hemmingsen, who will remain part of the team until the energy division closes, said: “It has been an international career, and has provided challenges and endless opportunities across multiple industries, and the opportunity for my family to live abroad.“I wish Søren Skou and all my colleagues all the best with the continued transformation and development.” By Alexander Whiteman 03/04/2019last_img read more

first_imgHome News Community Well wishes pouring in for the McDonalds ahead of Ireland’s Fittest Family… NewsCommunity Previous articleNational Gift Store of the Year honoured in Laois County Council chamberNext articleYour guide to What’s On in Laois this very busy weekend Siun Lennonhttp://heresosiun.blogspot.ie/2016/09/the-lekkie-piccie-experience.htmlSiún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics. Last weekend it was revealed to the hundreds of thousands of people glued to their screens that the McDonald family from Ballyroan have made it through to the final of ireland’s Fittest Family.Since then, well wishes and tributes have poured in for the well-known athletics family.Indeed the local pub, Scully’s of Ballyroan, hosted a full house as people eagerly waited to see how the McDonalds got on last Sunday night.We spoke to Eileen Scully, who is the proprietor of Scully’s Pub in Ballyroan, who compared the McDonalds achievement to a very fond memory for Ballyroan people.“They’ve put Ballyroan on the map! It feels like 2006 when Ballyroan won the senior county final! We’ll have to smarten ourselves up now for Sunday. Well wishes pouring in for the McDonalds ahead of Ireland’s Fittest Family final Twitter Community Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’ Laois secondary school announces scholarship winners for new academic year Facebook Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR “There’s a great bit of life in the village. The McDonalds have the full support of everyone here. They’re determination is just amazing,” said Eileen.Eileen not only praised the recent success of the McDonalds, but their hard work and determination over numerous years.“Martin [McDonald] kept the athletics going in Ballyroan for over 20 years. He kept athletics going when it wasn’t popular and now he stays going and it has increased in popularity,” she added.Joining Eileen in her well-wishes for the much-loved family was Eileen’s sister-in-law and Laois county councillor Mary Sweeney.“The excitement they’ve generated!” exclaimed Mary.She praised Martin and his late brother Larry on their contributions to athletics and on the atmosphere the McDonalds have generated in the small community.“They’re a fantastic family, they’re very young and they’re terrific in the commitment that they’ve always made to athletics. They’ve always been the drivers of athletics in Ballyroan.”Mary also said why families like the McDonalds deserve to do so well in a national competition such as this.“They’re very hard workers, they’re farming people and they’re a very unassuming family. They don’t court the publicity but they respect it when they get it.“They really are a very, very solid family and we’re all rooting for them.”The McDonalds can be seen in action in the final of Ireland’s Fittest Family on Sunday, December 16 on RTÉ One at 6.30pm.SEE ALSO – Laois community celebrating their past in new bookcenter_img WhatsApp WhatsApp New Arles road opens but disquiet over who was invited to official opening Community Facebook Pinterest Council Twitter TAGSIreland’s Fittest FamilyMcDonalds By Siun Lennon – 13th December 2018 last_img read more

first_img Google+ €36m reduction in GLAS allocation for 2017 is failing farmers – McConalogue Consultation launched on proposal to limit HGV traffic in Clady 45 new social homes to be built in Dungloe Hospitalisations rise as Donnelly suggests masks will stay ’til autumn Previous articleBroadband and Mobile Phone Commission recommendations need real authority in order to deliver – CopeNext articleBrexit attributed to record demand for Irish passports this year admin Pinterest Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Today is the 30th anniversary of Eddie Fullerton’s murder Homepage BannerNewscenter_img Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Fine Gael has been accused of failing farmers with a €36m reduction in the GLAS allocation for the coming new year.Donegal Deputy, Charlie McConalogue says he is appalled by the reduction after promises of a €250m allocation.The Fianna Fail Agriculture Spokesperson believes the underspend is on course to be close to €400m.Figures released by Minister Michael Creed reveal that only €214m of the promised €250m has been allocated for GLAS.Fianna Fail Agriculture Spokesperson, Charlie McConalogue says he is appalled by the €36m reduction with 38,000 farmers signing up to GLAS to date.The Donegal Deputy is calling on Minister Creed to ensure farmers are facilitated into the scheme as there is sufficent funding available with €1.5bn allocated to the Rural Development Project until 2020.He says his party will continue to campaign and hold the Government to account on this matter. Google+ Twitter WhatsApp Donegal hoteliers enjoy morale boost as bookings increase By admin – December 28, 2016 Disruption to cancer service will increase mortality – Oncologist last_img read more

first_imgGerman organisation PENTA Sports has partnered with RECARO eGaming, a gaming division of seating manufacturer RECARO.The partnership will see the company equip the PENTA Performance Center with its gaming chairs.Screenshot via: RECARO eGamingRELATED: PENTA Sports partners with Cyberport for its performance centreDaniel Behres, Managing Director of RECARO eGaming discussed the partnership in a release: “Our close cooperation and collaboration with PENTA is a matter close to our heart. We don’t just want to be a pure sponsor, we want to help the teams achieve many global successes with our gaming seats that are optimized for performance and ergonomics. Regardless of whether during intensive training or for top performance to the point in the competition, our RECARO Exo gaming seats support the athletes at PENTA to always play at the highest level and offer the best possible comfort at all times.”This is the third esports partnership for RECARO eGaming so far, having already established alliances with Austrian organisation No Limit Gaming in October and the Premier Tour in November.RELATED: PENTA Sports announce partnership with bespoke headphone makers HörluchsAs one of the supporting members of the German Esports Federation (ESBD), RECARO eGaming is aiming to assist the development of esports on a domestic level by supporting young talent looking to make a career as professional players.Esports Insider says: Having created a partnership in its neighbouring Austria, partnering with PENTA Sports is a logical step forward when looking to expand in the region for RECARO. Expect custom products to be available for purchase in 2020, as per other gaming chair deals.Follow ESI on Instagramlast_img read more