The Koyal Group
0 view | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Helena Martinez
Scoop.it!

Koyal Features SR Group frakter lange ting

Koyal Features SR Group frakter lange ting | The Koyal Group | Scoop.it
Default Description of website
Helena Martinez's insight:

En sen torsdag kveld midtsommers ble en 25,91 meter lang og 27 tonn tung rørhåndteringsenhet transportert langs RV42 fra Steis Mekaniske på Tonstad til Sense Drilfab i Nodeland.

 

Enheten er en av 3 som produseres i Sirdal og som skal fraktes den smale vegen til Nodeland ved Kristiansand, hvor den skal testes før den skal ut på en oljeinstallasjon i Nordsjøen.

 

SR bidrar med planlegging og prikkfri gjennomføring av denne veitransporten som ble bestilt av Cameron Sense i Kristiansand.

 

Våre befraktere planlegger gjennomføringen, søker nødvendige dispensasjoner og ivaretar formalitetene omkring oppdraget. Selve utførelsen er det vår dyktige sjåfør Jan Tore Sola som står for sammen med følgebilsjåfør Ove Salte.

 

Å kjøre med en over 30 meter lang ekvipasje på de smale vegene i Sirdal og Evje er en utfordring og stiller store krav til både mann og utstyr. Med spesialtralle med dobbelt uttrekk og en av våre mest rutinerte sjåfører gikk imidlertid oppdraget veldig bra.

 

Sirdølen omtalte også den laaaange transporten.

 

Vil du vite mer om hva vi kan innenfor spesialtransport - eller andre former for transport - kontakt vår salgsavdeling:

 

- Kjetil Njærheim - tlf 9166 5509 - e-post

 

- Konrad Jonassen - tlf 9166 5526 - e-post

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Helena Martinez
Scoop.it!

The Koyal Group: The Real State of the World Economy is Dire

The Koyal Group: The Real State of the World Economy is Dire | The Koyal Group | Scoop.it

Source: http://www.lewrockwell.com/2013/09/egon-von-greyerz/the-real-state-of-the-world-economy/

We are now back to the “green shoots” era of false hope and total misunderstanding of the real state of the world economy. There are minor tidbits of good news that combined with manipulated and seasonally adjusted economic figures are giving politicians worldwide reason for spreading their optimistic gospel of recovery that has nothing to do with reality.

A world based on debt

How can a world with $250 trillion of debt and over $1 quadrillion of worthless derivatives ever recover? Of course it can’t, especially since this is a world that is supported by legs of worthless printed paper money – legs that are just getting longer and more unstable by the day as trillions are added to the debt every year.

Wherever we turn Europe, USA, Japan and many other nations, the situation is totally beyond repair. But as I have said in recent interviews and articles, it is not just beyond repair but we are likely to be at the end of a major economic cycle that started at the end of the Dark Ages. I wrote about this already back in 2009 in my article “The Dark Years Are Here”. Major economic cycles take a long time to develop and if we are now at the beginning of a major downturn in the world economy, people living today will only experience the very beginning of the downturn. But sadly the beginning will be a major and very unpleasant upheaval that virtually nobody will escape. Get more info:http://koyalgroupinfomag.com/blog/

We have had a century of false prosperity based on printed money and credit. In the last 100 years we have seen the creation of the Fed in the US (a central bank owned, created and controlled by private bankers) combined with fractional reserve banking (allowing banks to leverage 10 to 50 times), exploding government debt and a derivatives market of $1.4+ quadrillion. These are the principal reasons why the world economy has expanded in the last century and particularly in the last 40 years. These four extremely shaky legs, Central bank printing, Bank leverage, Government borrowing and Derivatives manufacturing have created a world of delusional wealth and illusory prosperity. Also, there is a total absence of moral and ethical values. We are in the final stages of an era of extreme decadence, an era that sadly cannot and will not have a happy ending.

Europe a hopeless case

But still, governments and the media are continuing to feed us with good news which bears no resemblance to the real state of the world economy. In Europe the Mediterranean countries are expanding their debt at exponential rates. Government debt to GDP of Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece is ranging from 100% to 180%. There are futile attempt at austerity but this only leads to lower growth and higher debts. There is sadly no way out for these countries whose population is suffering terribly. The best solution would be to leave the EU and the Euro, renege on the debts and devalue currencies. But the Eurocrats are unlikely to accept this and would rather add more debt and print more money, making the situation even worse. The Koyal Group Articles:http://koyalgroupinfomag.com/

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Helena Martinez
Scoop.it!

Økonomiske frustration ligger bag Tokyo's aggressive politikændring

Økonomiske frustration ligger bag Tokyo's aggressive politikændring | The Koyal Group | Scoop.it
Depending on the way we make the calculations, this could be even sooner. But by 2025, relations are likely to be very different.
Helena Martinez's insight:

En nylig NHK World rapport angiver, at Japans Forsvarsministeriet overvejer at skyde ned ubemandede fly (UAVs) at invaderer sit luftrum. I betragtning af den seneste test flyvning af Kinas UAV ovenfor Diaoyu Øer, denne betænkning går ind for konfrontation og minder internationalt publikum om de vedvarende spændinger mellem de to lande.

 

I debatten om årsagerne til forværring Sino-japanske forbindelser, er dybdegående undersøgelser på sammenligning af bilaterale styrke nødvendige.

 

At tage et kig på hastighed kurven af Kina indsnævring BNP gap mod Japan og kurven for bilaterale forbindelser baseret på kvantitativ måling, kan man finde den strukturelle ubalance mellem to lande spiller en afgørende rolle.

 

En grundlæggende mønster af bilaterale forhold tendens er at den hurtigere Kina indsnævrer dets BNP gap mod Japan, den mere aggressive japanske Kina politik bliver, og dermed de værre bilaterale forbindelser vi har...

 

Read Related Articles:

http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/814712.shtml

http://www.ign.com/boards/threads/vil-krasje-kinas-%C3%B8konomi-%E2%94%82-the-koyal-group-economic-crisis-warning.453234999/

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1036080

more...
No comment yet.