Back to overview,Home naval-today Seaspan contracts L3 MAPPS for Canadian JSS deliveries Share this article Seaspan contracts L3 MAPPS for Canadian JSS deliveries View post tag: Seaspan View post tag: L3 MAPPS Canadian shipbuilder Seaspan Shipyards announced it has awarded L3 MAPPS a contract for work on the Royal Canadian Navy’s new Joint Support Ships (JSS).Based in Montreal, L3 MAPPS will provide the integrated platform management system (IPMS) for JSS.The IPMS will control and monitor platform machinery and systems on board JSS, including advanced functionality, such as the battle damage control system, onboard training system, equipment health monitoring and other new IPMS capabilities.L3 MAPPS has a long-standing relationship with the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) spanning over 35 years. The company plays a major role as a Tier 1 supplier in the Halifax-class frigate upgrade program.The award is one of several to be announced for Canadian suppliers supporting Seaspan’s work on naval supply ships under the NSS.“We are pleased to be awarded the contract to deliver the Integrated Platform Management System (IPMS) for the Royal Canadian Navy’s new Joint Support Ships currently under construction at Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards. L3 MAPPS’ technology will enhance the operational effectiveness of JSS and make it a safer vessel for its crew, other RCN sailors, and the environment,” Rangesh Kasturi, President, L3 MAPPS commented.Construction on the JSS started with a steel-cutting ceremony at Seaspan’s Vancouver shipyard in June last year.The JSS will be replenishment ships crewed by 240 sailors whose task will be to ensure surface combatant vessels can stay at sea longer. The two JSS will replace the former Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment vessels.The construction start of the JSS in June 2018 will result in the first JSS being delivered in 2022/23, and the second in 2023/24. Equipment & technology View post tag: JSS navaltoday View post tag: Royal Canadian Navy January 18, 2019, by
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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow will COVID-19 compare to other market downturns03:08Property managers across the Gold Coast are bracing for some tough discussions as the financial fallout caused by COVID-19 hits tenants and landlords.The Federal Government yesterday announced a moratorium on evictions for both commercial and residential tenants during the coronavirus pandemic. David Stringer of DJ Stringer at Coolangatta. Picture: Richard GoslingMore from news02:37Gold Coast real estate: Custodian CEO John Fitzgerald urges Australians to buy more property now16 Sep 202002:37How COVID has changed spring buyer wishlists5 Sep 2020Down the southern end of town, DJ Stringer Principal David Stringer said property managers and landlords were awaiting further detail on the assistance package for tenants.“It’s a good thing for tenants who can’t be evicted for six months, but it doesn’t allow them to stop paying the rent,” he said.“The other stimulus package that’s due is some form of grant to help tenants to pay their rent, but the big quandary for everyone today is understanding who that money will go to.”The call for clarity was echoed by the Real Estate Industry of Queensland (REIQ) and also highlighted the need for property managers to be recognised as an essential service.“What we need is urgent action with clear directives right now for both commercial and residential tenants because there are far too many unanswered questions both businesses and people are still anxiously awaiting clarity on,” says Antonia Mercorella, CEO of The REIQ. Prime Minister Scott Morrison called on property managers, landlords and tenants to work together to try to come to an arrangement to get them through for the next six months. REIQ CEO Antonia Mercorella. Photo: Claudia BaxterReal estate professionals manage close to 600,000 Queensland households through property management services. “This is why it’s so critical that the role of real estate professionals is endorsed an essential service so we are able to achieve what the Prime Minister is asking for – for property owners and tenants ‘to sit down and come up with arrangements that enable them to get through this crisis’,” Ms Mercorella added.The Federal Government is expected to announce further measures with regards to assistance for tenants who have lost income as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. MORE NEWS: How to take suburban isolation to the next level Best Gold Coast suburbs to buy an investment property Property managers across the Gold Coast are bracing for some tough discussions.Prime Minister Scott Morrison called on property managers, landlords and tenants to work together to try to come to an arrangement to get them through for the next six months.Shane Colquhoun, Director for LJ Hooker Group covering Nerang, Pacific Pines, Helensvale, Hope Island, Coomera and Ormeau, said while requests for rental leniency to date were few, he expected the full impact to play out over coming months. “It’s very early stages, and people at this point will be using their cash reserves to pay for things like rent until they can negotiate something moving forward,” he said. LJ Hooker Nerang principal Shane Colquhoun.Mr Colquhoun said his office had drafted a document for tenants detailing the proof required to apply for a rental reduction.“They have to prove that they don’t have work, they will need to show bank balances and proof from Centrelink that they’ve applied for assistance before a rental reduction can be considered,” he said.“We need that information before we even go to our landlords, otherwise you could get a lot of tenants crying poor because of the situation we’re in.“I’m also mindful that there are investors out there who have also lost their jobs, so it’s a double uppercut to lose that rental income as well.” Property managers are also faced with the daunting task of considering each request individually in order to negotiate a solution that works for both tenant and landlord.“It’s a massive job for our property managers moving forward,” said Mr Colquhoun, who has already been forced to cut eight staff to manage COVID-19 losses.“We also have to rely on less people doing more … and potentially for no income. If we don’t get rent, then we don’t get a management fee.”
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisOscoda Township — PFAS remains an on–going issue in Oscoda Township, and residents are looking for relief.Residents of Oscoda Township are still seeking answers about fixing the water contamination issue they’ve been facing over the last year. Aaron Weed, Oscoda City Supervisor says they’re looking to various government entities for answers.“Tonight we’re getting an update over the last year to what the developments have been from the health department, the Air Force, DEQ… to find out what solutions they’re putting in place for the next year.”PFAS, harmful synthetic chemicals used to manufacture many consumer products, have been found throughout drinking water in Oscoda Township, stemming from Wurtsmith Air Force Base.“We have a significant amount of PFAS contamination that was discharged from the Air Force 30 years ago and its leached into our ground water and getting into our surface water. It’s affected several people’s drinking water wells, and getting into Lake Huron and affecting a lot of other municipalities.”Robert Tasior, a member of the Restoration Advisory Board and resident of Oscoda Township says there’s no time to waste in restoring the community’s healthy water supply.“Are they going to tell my grandchildren their health effects…future generations. They know its there, they know they’re responsible, now they have to fix it.”Representatives from the health department, DEQ, and legislators updated community members on what has been done so far, but there is still no solid answer for a timely remedy.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Oscoda, PFAS, Update, water, Water ContaminationContinue ReadingPrevious Michigan State Police get ready for ‘Stuff a Blue Goose’ this weekendNext Graduating ACC Registered Nurses Complete Final Task of a Mock Disaster
Wellington Police Notes for Wednesday, June 05, 2013:â€¢6:02 a.m. Travis H. Reves, 45, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with disobeyed traffic signal.â€¢4:15 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 900 block N. U.S. 81, Wellington involving vehicles operated by Berry R. Dean, 46, Blossom, Tx and Megan M. Nugen, 27, Wellington.â€¢5:16 p.m. Officers investigated a domestic violence battery of a known suspect in the 300 block S. Elm, Wellington.â€¢6:24 p.m. Officers investigated a theft by an unknown suspect(s) in the 2000 block E. 16th, Wellington.â€¢8:03 p.m. Officers investigated a theft by an unknown suspect in the 1000 block W. College, Wellington.â€¢10:58 p.m. John Camp, 37, Wellington, was arrested and confined on a city of Wellington Warrant for littering.