Bilco Amps News for 05-13-2018

Football Match Report

Ryan Sessegnon scored his 15th goal of the season as Fulham moved into second place in the Championship with a 3-0 victory at playoff-chasing Millwall. The 17-year-old, recently voted Championship player of the season, reacted first to a Jordan Archer fumble to consign Millwall to their first league defeat since New Year’s Day. Kevin McDonald doubled the visitors’ lead with a sensational long-range strike before Aleksandar Mitrovic’s effort late on moved Fulham two points clear of Cardiff, who have two games in hand. The defeat keeps Millwall in sixth place, a point clear of Derby, who face play-off rivals Middlesbrough on Saturday. Millwall looked to assert themselves early on and almost had their reward after three minutes but Jake Cooper’s free header at the back post cannoned off the crossbar. 

The Lions thought they had the opening goal after 15 minutes when Jed Wallace headed down for George Saville to rifle home from close range but referee Andre Marriner adjudged Wallace had fouled defender Matt Targett. It took 23 minutes for Fulham to finally come into the game and it was Sessegnon who was causing all the problems. Neil Harris’ team were looking to cement their place in the top six and should have been in front in the 29th minute when Marcus Bettinelli pushed Ben Marshall’s cross straight into the path of Wallace but the midfielder’s effort was cleared off the line by Tim Ream. Targett has scored once since arriving at Fulham on loan from Southampton in January and almost doubled his tally as his long-range effort clipped the bar. Fulham needed a spark and they got it 45 seconds into the second half as Archer fumbled a long-range effort from Mitrovic into the path of Sessegnon who had the pace and the composure to thunder the ball underneath the goalkeeper. 

Stefan Johansen almost doubled the lead two minutes later but the Norway international scuffed his effort wide after going through one-on-one with Archer. Mitrovic netted a third a minute from time as a driving run from substitute Tomas Kalas found the striker on the edge of the box and the Serbian smashed the ball home. 

Keywords: [“minute”,”effort”,”Fulham”]
Source: http://www.espn.com/soccer/report?gameId=483175

Global air growth slows markedly in March; end of restock cycle to blame – CSCMP’s Supply Chain Quarterly

Demand slows to pace not seen in nearly two years, IATA says. After a long string of gains that reminded industry veterans of the halcyon days of the 1990s, when seemingly every ton of goods went on a plane, international air freight demand hit a wall in March, slowing to a pace not seen in nearly two years due to the end of a strong cycle of inventory restocking, the International Air Transport Association said yesterday. The leading global airline trade group said that freight ton-kilometers, defined as one ton of freight flown one kilometer, rose 1.7 percent in March compared to the same period in 2017. Freight capacity year over year gained 4.4 percent in March, IATA said. Though capacity in March grew at a slower pace than in the prior month, it still represented the first time in 20 months that capacity exceeded demand, IATA said. 

One of the hallmarks of the current expansion cycle is that airlines have been able to keep control of their capacity in spite of significant demand growth. IATA has forecast that freight demand would slow once the current restocking cycle runs its course. Over the past 12-18 months, businesses rapidly increased their inventories to meet unusually strong end demand. IATA also reported a slowing in global trade activity, whose strength in recent months had pundits talking about a synchronized worldwide economic recovery. Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s director general and CEO, said the group expects demand in 2018 to increase by 4 to 5 percent. 

Growth in the Asia-Pacific region, the largest in terms of global freight share, barely budged in March, up 0.7 percent from 2017 levels. Latin America represents 2.7 percent of the global market. 

Keywords: [“Demand”,”IATA”,”March”]
Source: http://www.supplychainquarterly.com/news/20180503-global-air-growth-slows-markedly-in-march-end-of-restock-cycle-to-blame/

Rådstua

Rådstua Teaterhus leier ut lokaler til både profesjonelle og amatører. Vi prioriterer teatergrupper, men ønsker også kurs, konserter, filmfremvisninger og andre arrangementer velkommen til huset. Under finner du en oversikt over våre lokaler og priser for leie de forskjellige rommene. Ønsker du booke et lokale så send e-post til: audun. Standaroppsettet for rommet er med publikumsamfi i søndre del med svart bakteppe foran nordre vegg. Ta kontakt med oss for priser og oversikt ovet tilgjengelig utstyr som kan leies hos oss. 

Tomt rom med bakteppe og publikumsamfi med 105 plasser. SPEILSALEN. Speilsalen er et lyst og trivelig rom på 6m x 9m. Her er det mange bruksområder. Gulv med dansematter og speilvegger med dansebarre langs den ene langveggen innbyr til dansetrening. 

På grunn av det spesielle gulvet, kreves det at alle kler av seg utesko her inne. Lokalet kan med enkle grep gjøres om til en liten intimscene. Her har Sivertsens Kafé sine serveringslokaler, men det er i tillegg mulig holde arrangementer i den nordre delen av lokalet. 

Keywords: [“med”,”til”,”Det”]
Source: http://www.raadstua.no/booking