Afrox delivers fruit supply chain solution with ethylene mixtures

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Cinch Recieves Raytheon Three-Star Supplier Excellence Award

first_imgCinch Connectivity Solutions has been awarded the Three-Star Supplier Excellence Award by Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems for 2017. This annual award is presented to Raytheon suppliers having achieved 95% or better performance, in both Quality and Delivery.Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems business instituted the annual Supplier Excellence Awards program to recognize suppliers who have provided outstanding service and partnership in exceeding customer requirements. Award candidates are judged on certain criteria, including overall quality and on-time delivery.Cinch Connectivity Solutions was one of 66 companies recognized by Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems business for 3-Star honors.last_img read more

Martin Swipes Home, Bieber Collects 6th Win as Indians Roll Past Detroit 4-2

first_img Matt Loede Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Related TopicsfeaturedIndiansleonys martinShane BieberTigerscenter_img The Indians trip to Detroit has netted them two solid wins in two days, as Shane Bieber was very good, and Leonys Martin stole home in the team’s 4-2 win at Comerica Park.Beiber went into the 8th inning of the win, and already up 3-2 Martin stole home in the 8th to put the Tribe up by two which was more than enough.The team with the win now sits at 36-33 on the year, and the team’s recent success continues, as following a 5-3 homestand the team with two straight wins has won seven of their last 10.The Tribe will go for the sweep on Sunday before they get Mike Clevinger back on Monday for the start of a key four-game set in Texas against the Rangers in a series of two teams looking at wild card spots in the American League.For now, here’s a couple takeaways from the team’s two-run win in Detroit.Check out Leonys Martin’s steal of home! pic.twitter.com/S5mpw4FXvc— This is Believeland Indians (@ThisIsIndians) June 16, 20191. Martin Haunts Former TeamStealing home is always one of the most exciting plays in baseball, and Leonys Martin pulled off a perfect steal of home in the two-run win.Martin took off from third while reliever Victor Alcantara was preparing to make a pitch. Alcantara stepped off and threw to the plate, and it appeared that Martin’s hand knocked the ball away as he reached for the plate, and he was called safe to make it a 4-2 game. This season Martin has made it his personal mission to beat up the Tigers, as he’s blasted three homers, and overall is 7-for-17 with six runs batted in.He may only be hitting .207 on the year, but against the Tigers Martin has been gold. 2. Biebs Back to FormAfter Sunday’s awful game against the Yankees, Shane Bieber looked like his old self against the Tigers, going into the eighth inning of the 4-2 win.With the win Bieber is now 6-2 on the season. Overall he gave up four hits and struck out 12, and was impressive all night against the overmatched Tigers.Detroit managed only one baserunner through the first six innings before scoring twice in the seventh. Bieber will be back at it Thursday in the finale against the Rangers in Arlington with a chance to get to seven wins.Overall, he’s been the best starter the Indians have had in 2019. 3. Give Him a Big HandWith yet another save Indians closer Brad Hand is now a perfect 20-for-20 on saves in 2019. He’s got All-Star written all over him, and he doesn’t show signs of slowing down.Hand’s ERA is now under one at 0.88 on the year, and overall he’s allowed just three runs in 30.2 innings.Yes there’s been rumblings that Hand could be on the trade block if this team goes the selling route in late July, but it’s hard to think of how this team would replace Hand given how great he’s been this season. You step to the plate in the 9th inning and have to face this … Wyd?#RallyTogether pic.twitter.com/QU3WBAFtDy— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) June 16, 2019last_img read more

Court House and Chamber of Commerce closed on Thursday

first_imgThe Campbell County Courthouse is closed on Thursday, Election Day.  The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce is also closed tomorrow.  The convenience centers and recycling center will be open on the regular schedules as will the Campbell County Health Department.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 08/01/2018-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img

Shore’s best senior cagers to play in All-Star Games

first_img Freehold Township hosting boys and girls games tomorrow night BY TIM MORRIS Staff Writer Marlboro and Red Bank Catholic’s senior girls will be on the same side tomorrow night. The seniors, who have dominated Shore Conference basketball during their four years, will be teammates on the North all-star team at Friday night’s Shore Basketball Coaches 2004 All-Star Game at Freehold Township starting at 6 p.m. The annual all-star game pits the best boys and girls seniors in the North Divisions against the best from the South. Chakhia Cole, Jenna Gatto and Christie Kastner, three-fourths of Marlboro’s celebrated senior class (guard Brina Pollack was the fourth member) will play together one more time on the North stars. The Mustangs won 101 games during their four years together. Included in those 101 wins are three Central Jersey Group IV titles and the 2003 Group IV state crown. This past season, the Mustangs collected their third sectional title and were beaten by Paterson Eastside in the Group IV final. Cole won the Kerwin Award (for being the top player in the Shore) for a record-tying second straight year. Red Bank Catholic won two Shore Conference Tournaments and two Parochial A state titles while Ali D’Amico, Lisa Kuchinski and Heather Westrol played together. The girls were the Parochial A champions this year and advanced to the Tournament of Champions semifinal, losing to eventual defending champion Shabazz, which went on to win a second straight crown. If that wasn’t enough, there is Rumson-Fair Haven’s Gately Golden who led the Bulldogs to the CJ II state sectional title. Rounding out the North squad are: Jamie Boyce, Keyport; Maura Burk, Freehold Township; Natashia Clackey, Long Branch; Michelle Dean, Middletown North; Ashley Healy, Howell; Kara Hertze, Raritan; Melissa Lehman, Shore Regional; and Jasmin Rodriguez, Holmdel. The South team they are facing is led by Freehold Borough’s Jen Towers, one of the best pivot players in the Shore; Colts Neck’s Meighan Kelly, who led the Shore in steals; and Christine Silvers and Ashley Reinecke of Toms River North, who sparked the Mariners to the South Jersey Group IV championship. Rounding out the South team are: Kathy Detata, Brick; Brittany Ester, Toms River East; Stephanie Longdo, Southern Regional; Samantha Hammil, St. Rose; Dana Danziger, Pt. Pleasant Boro; Stefanie Angstadt, Manasquan, Liz Imbriacco, St. Rose, Michele Fabio, St. Rose, Caitlin Burton, Colts Neck, Leslee Anderson, Manchester; and Natalie Zacharias, Monsignor Donovan. Marlboro’s Brian Nash, Howell’s Julie Hoebee and Raritan’s Erika Graham are the North coaches while Freehold Borough’s Suzanne Libro, Brick’s Mark Truhan and Manchester’s Rodney Copeland are coaching the South stars. The stars will be out on the boys’ side as well. The Shore’s leading scorer and Kerwin Award winner Manny Ubilla of Freehold Township will join the Raritan duo of Mike Nunes and Joe Reyes, who made the Rockets the Shore’s No. 1 team and the Group III state champions. The Rockets also won a game in the Tournament of Champions before falling to eventual champion St. Anthony. Rounding out the North stars are: Gerard Genevive, St. John Vianney; Corey Haskins, Red Bank Regional; Phil Hershowitz, Shore Regional; Matt Jetter, Mater Dei; Blaine Kordes, St. Rose; Ryan Kulat, Red Bank Regional; Dom Fone, Middletown North; Terrel Polk, Long Branch; Matt Presby, Manalapan; Walter Roberson, Freehold Township; D.J. Simms, Neptune; and Sarbjit Singh, Keyport. The South stars are led by one of the best pure-shooters in the Shore in Tom White of Manasquan, who led the Warriors to the Central Jersey Group IV title this winter. The South stars also have one of the year’s feel-good stories in Freehold Borough forward Sean Collier. Because of an asthma condition, Collier has done home study the last two years. The condition cleared up enough this year for him to return to school and get clearance to play basketball. He made the most of the opportunity, helping Freehold win 17 games and advance to the CJ III semifinals, and playing at a high enough level to make the all-star team. Rounding out the South stars are: Shawny Davis, Central Regional; Chris Earley, Manasquan; Todd Hampton, Colts Neck; Rick Hussey, Toms River East; Joe Maglione, Pinelands; Jason Miller, Rumson-Fair Haven; Ryan Mogila, Jackson; Pat Pryzblowski, Brick; Dan Redden, Brick; Vin Rivera, Pt. Pleasant Boro; Kenny Simms, Jackson; Ryan Tiplady, Toms River North; and Mike Zizack, Toms River East. RBR’s Scott Martin and Keyport’s Kevin Flynn will coach the North, and Freehold Borough’s Brian Donahue and Brick’s Joe Louis, the South. The boys will tip off at 8 p.m. Since all of the seniors have played their final scholastic games and college basketball is in the future for many, the all-star games will feature one significant change. Instead of four eight-minute quarters as in high school games, the all-star games will be 40 minutes (two 20-minute halves), as in college. BY TIM MORRISStaff Writer Freehold Townshiphosting boys and girlsgames tomorrow night last_img read more