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GulfNav Eyes Expansion in Northern Emirates

first_imgzoom Dubai-based shipping company Gulf Navigation Holding (GulfNav) is looking to expand its operations in the northern region of the United Arab Emirates with a set of maritime activities under the GNH Northern Project.A consortium consisting of GulfNav and two members of China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC) group, namely, Wuchang Shipbuilding Industry Group and Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry, has started to review and finalize the plans for the start of the project.GulfNav said that the maritime activities would include ship building, ship repair and offshore platforms, equipment and services, logistics, marine specialized operations and global mobile ship repair and services including a float and during voyage.The GNH Northern project will be developed in three phases and as part of future business expansion and growth conceived and approved by the board of Directors of GNH under its “change and transformation” plans, which intends development and expansion of GNH’s infrastructure in the northern coast and deep waters areas including the Arabian Gulf, Gulf of Oman, the Arabian Sea, the Indian subcontinent, Eastern Africa and the Red Sea.The first phase of the project will include development and upgrade of capacity of existing facilities and a Floating Dock, as well as the development of specialized mobile cranes working remotely for all types of ships and offshore platforms.“We are working on creating partnerships as part of GNH’s global expansion and development strategy and to establish ourselves are market leaders in all areas of the maritime sector and to diversify sources of our income and create value for our shareholders,” Khamis Juma Buamim, GNH Board Member, MD & GROUP CEO said.last_img read more

Family of Deadpool 2 stunt driver gets settlement after fatal filming incident

first_imgVANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) — According to the Hollywood Reporter, the family of a stuntwoman who died a year and a half ago in Vancouver has received a settlement from the movie’s distributor.Joi Harris was a 40-year-old motorcyclist from New York City hired to perform a stunt for Deadpool 2 that required her to ride the motorcycle down a ramp over a set of stairs back in August of 2017.RELATED: Investigators release first official details of ‘Deadpool 2’ stuntwoman’s deathInstead of stopping at a landing, she drove the bike across a roadway, and was thrown into a glass-plate window of the Shaw Tower on Cordova Street.Witnesses at the time told NEWS 1130 the motorcyclist was going full-throttle.RELATED: ‘Deadpool 2’ stunt driver was reportedly working on her first filmIt was apparently the woman’s first time on a movie set, but she was an accomplished motorcycle racer.It’s not known how much 20th Century Fox paid out to the family.A final report by WorkSafe BC has yet to be completed.last_img read more