US Navy Recognized with Eight Historic Preservation Awards

first_img View post tag: Recognized The US Navy won eight 2014 Historic Preservation Honor Awards May 30 at the 40th anniversary celebration held at Dole Cannery Square, Honolulu, Oahu. June 3, 2014 Share this article View post tag: Naval View post tag: US Navy View post tag: americas View post tag: Eight View post tag: Navy View post tag: historic Authorities View post tag: News by topic US Navy Recognized with Eight Historic Preservation Awards View post tag: Preservation View post tag: awards “We are very pleased to be recognized for our efforts in preserving important historic elements that are located throughout Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH),” said Capt. Jeffrey W. James, commanding officer, JBPHH. “The Navy and Air Force understand its responsibility and the need to continue to work closely with our historic partners making sure future generations have the means to appreciate what happened here in the past.”This special event included a dinner, the celebration of Historic Hawaii Foundation’s 40th anniversary and the presentation of numerous Preservation Honor Awards which have been given annually since 1975. The awards are Hawaii’s highest recognition for preservation, rehabilitation, restoration or interpretation of the state’s architectural, archeological and cultural heritage.[mappress]Press Release, June 03, 2014 Back to overview,Home naval-today US Navy Recognized with Eight Historic Preservation Awards last_img read more

TBS offers cream of Continent

first_imgA new firm, Tromp Bakery Systems (TBS) (stand J200 at Food & Bake), has been formed to supply bakery and food processing equipment from five specialist European manufacturers to the UK and Irish food industries.Although the Hereford-based company is new, the range of equipment it offers is already well-established.As the name of the firm suggests, machinery from Netherlands manufacturer Tromp Bakery Equipment represents a large part of the TBS portfolio. The Dutch firm manufactures equipment for bread production and decoration, pastry sheeting and laminating, make-up and finishing, depositing and injecting, pie-forming and filling, as well as pizza base blocking or sheeting and topping.The company constructs standalone units or automatic production lines, including the new Expandable 600 series of modular sheeting, laminating and make-up lines.European partnersAnother partner is Belgian company Siloba, which produces external silos, weigh heads, dosing equipment, as well as metering and process control systems. Supply of industrial tunnel ovens is handled by another Dutch firm, Vanderpol Baking Systems. The company specialises in direct- and indirect-fired oven lines for bread, cake, pastry, wafer and waffle production, supplemented by intelligent tray handling and storage systems. Fourth in the partnership is Belgian firm Magnatech, which makes four-rack cooling systems for batch operation and continuous in-line cooling tunnels for products exiting a tunnel oven. Under the brand name Magnacool, the firm can supply a cooling solution for most products.Completing the picture, is Italian firm Berto Industria, the largest manufacturer of industrial dough mixers and mixing systems in Europe. The company’s product range covers fixed and removable bowl mixers with dough capacities up to 300kg.TBS has dedicated resources for project management and after-sales service and, as an alternative to direct sales of equipment, says it can offer rental over a fixed period. The firm’s customer base includes plant bakeries and smaller independent companies.last_img read more