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Triple Cities Runners Club makes awaited return

first_img“I missed them, I missed the comradery a lot,” said Lee. The club has had a handful of events canceled throughout the summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the club is still holding group runs. On Sunday, participants ran between ten and 15 miles in downtown Binghamton. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) – After a hiatus, the Triple City Runners Club has made its return. Triple Cities runner, Bronwyn Lee, said after the cancellations, it was nice get back doing the sport they love with some company as well.last_img

GulfNav Posts Net Loss but Revenue Jumps

first_imgDubai-based shipping company Gulf Navigation Holding (GulfNav) ended the first quarter of this year with a net loss.The company suffered a net loss of AED 11 million (around USD 3 million) in Q1 2019, compared to profits of AED 5 million during the same period last year.During Q1 2019, GulfNav achieved operating revenue of AED 45 million, compared to AED 37.7 million seen in Q1 2018. This represents a year-over-year (YoY) increase of 19%.As explained, the net result was negatively impacted by off-hire days for a vessel and additional expenses attributed to a 10-year special survey.Specifically, the company’s petrochemical tanker Gulf Deffi entered the dry dock for the mandatory special survey work, resulting in 50 days of off-hire for this vessel during Q1.GulfNav also incurred increased depreciation and finance costs on account of the acquisition of livestock carriers in Q4 2018, which affected the net profit.“The board of Gulf Navigation is reviewing all strategic growth options to return the company to profitability. Our immediate focus is to complete the necessary vessel dry-docks and achieve debt refinancing to align Gulf Navigation’s capital structure to its operations,” Saeed Mubarak Al Hajeri, Chairman of GulfNav board, commented.“We expect the product tanker charter market to become attractive ahead of the IMO 2020 implementation. We are repositioning our balance of spot and long term charter contracts to optimize the operating revenues,” he added.GulfNav has a fleet of chemical tankers, livestock transport vessels, operation support vessels, marine services, and ship repair operations.Related: Goldilocks Takes 18.3 Pct Share in Gulf Navigationlast_img read more

Gunmen abduct Enyimba’s player

first_imgRelatedPosts COVID-19: NCAA to revoke erring airlines licence over non-compliance FRSC to Schools: We’ll arrest, prosecute drivers who flout COVID-19 rules Sanwo-Olu: We’re committed to fulfilling promises to Lagosians Enyimba Football Club have revealed the abduction of midfielder, Ekundayo Ojo. The player, according to a statement, was whisked away by gunmen along the Benin-Owo Expressway. The incident occurred on March 22 as the player journeyed to Akure, Ondo State to observe a break following the suspension of the Nigeria Professional Football League amid concerns over the global pandemic, Covid-19. Ojo was in the company of Enyimba teammate, Emmanuel James, as well as Benjamin Iluyomade, also a professional footballer. While James escaped the attack, Iluyomade was captured alongside Ojo. Enyimba FC has since maintained close contact with Ojo’s family, as efforts are already in place to ensure the player’s release from his abductors. “At this time, and considering the sensitivity of the incident, Enyimba Football Club wishes to call on members of the media to refrain from reports or speculations capable of jeopardising the player’s safety,” the club said. Ojo’s family also wishes to appeal for privacy while enjoining the general public to pray for the safety and freedom of the player, it further said.Tags: AkureCoronavirusCOVID-19Ekundayo OjoEyimba FCKidnappingnpflOndo Statelast_img read more