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    [Australia], Nov 22 (ANI): India and Australia exchanged five Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) in the presence of Foreign Minister of Australia Marine Payne and Union Minister of State for Skill Reported by Sify 8 hours ago.

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    Thursday 22 November, 2018
    Cambridge & Counties Bank launch as “Finance Partner” to the Federation of Historic Vehicle Clubs.Cambridge & Counties Bank to offer £10k bursary to Heritage Engineering apprentices. Cambridge & Counties Bank to design and deliver business modules for Heritage Engineering course.Historic vehicle industry is worth £5.5 billion to the UK economyThe classic car finance scheme offers loans from £63k to £1.5m with equity release considered.

    Cambridge & Counties Bank, who offer finance for classic car purchases, have announced they are to become official ‘Finance Partner’ to the Federation of Historic Vehicle Clubs (FBHVC). The announcement comes on the back of the recent NEC Classic Motor Show in Birmingham, where key figures from the classic car community gathered on board a vintage bus to hear how the new partnership will address the skills shortage within the growing heritage engineering sector, which is currently worth £5.5 billion to the UK economy.

    The Heritage Skills Academy brings together experts from across the restoration industry who are committed to teaching the skills required to preserve and restore pre and post-war engineering heritage. The course is the only one of its kind accredited by the Office of Qualifications and Examinations (OFQUAL). Students that complete the full term will leave with a nationally recognised Advanced Diploma in Heritage Engineering with an option to specialise for a further year. The course covers a range of sectors, including classic motor vehicles, aviation, marine and steam. The main focus is on students aged between 16 and 18 years of age and the Academy is supported by the Government Trailblazer scheme.

    The partnership will see Cambridge & Counties bank, which launched its specialist classic car division in the spring, support the FBHVC’s Heritage Engineering apprenticeship scheme, held at the Heritage Skills Academy at Bicester Heritage.

    Cambridge & Counties Bank will provide a £10,000 bursary. The money will be made available via an application process to help with travel and accommodation.

    The support however is not just financial, as Cambridge & Counties Bank will also be designing and delivering the business modules within the curriculum as well. Managers and key subject experts from within the bank will be passing on training to ensure the apprentices are fully equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to run a business and manage finances.

    Mike Kirsopp, CEO of Cambridge & Counties Bank explains; “It is vitally important that we nurture and support skills for the future. Apprentices entering the world of heritage engineering will likely be working within small businesses or a business of their own and so equipping them with the understanding of finance, cash flow, accounting and asset management will be critical to their future success. We have the expertise and passion here at Cambridge & Counties Bank to support these students and play our part in preserving the future for historic vehicles.”

    David Whale, Chairman of the FBHVC said ahead of the launch; “Having Cambridge & Counties Bank as our finance partner will help the federation in its work to champion the cause of transport heritage in the UK. The bank’s approach to supporting our students through a balance of commercial assistance and the offer of training and apprenticeships reflects their obvious commitment to supporting the classic car sector and the thousands of skilled jobs it creates.”

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    Cambridge & Counties Bank has a unique structure being jointly owned by Trinity Hall, a College of the University of Cambridge, and Cambridgeshire Local Government Pension Fund. They each own 50 per cent of the bank, which has a strong management team led by chief executive Mike Kirsopp who has held a number of senior roles in the banking and building society sectors. The classic car finance scheme offers loans from £63k to £1.5m with equity release considered. For further information on Cambridge & Counties Bank, visit
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    Managing partners Bernhard Koepp, Terry Gardner and David Gallacher are acknowledged for their dedicated advocacy of The Opera Foundation, Marine Toys for Tots Foundation and Becker/Gambles Music Fund, respectively.

    NEW YORK (PRWEB) November 22, 2018

    C.J. Lawrence, an investment management boutique based in New York City, today recognizes three of its managing partners for their significant contributions and ongoing dedication to charitable organizations; The Opera Foundation, the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation and the South Country Education Foundation’s Becker/Gambles Music Fund. Each of these organizations plays an important role in providing life-changing opportunities and resources for young people nationwide.

    C.J. Lawrence CEO Bernhard Koepp joined The Opera Foundation’s Board of Trustees in 1993 and has acted as president for the past 13 years. The Foundation was originally launched in 1986 with a steadfast mission to support American opera singers abroad via scholarships and study grants, fostering cross-cultural ties between young talent across the world. For many years, C.J. Lawrence has been a dedicated corporate sponsor of The Opera Foundation’s Annual Gala, which recently celebrated its 33rd year at the University Club in New York City.

    Terry Gardner, senior managing director and investment advisor, is recognized for his leadership as director of the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. Founded in 1947 by the U.S. Marine Corps, the organization’s mission is to help less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas via its annual toy collection and distribution campaign. Gardner’s passion for this cause was inspired after proudly serving as an Officer in the United States Marine Corps.

    Ongoing support of the Becker/Gambles Music Fund is led by C.J. Lawrence senior managing director, David Gallacher, CFA. A localized organization based in Suffolk County, New York, the Fund administers a scholarship program, produces an annual concert series and provides master classes to students. It also promotes donations of musical instruments to the Bellport, New York school district.

    “Each member of our team is a philanthropist and advocate of causes that are near to our hearts,” said Koepp. “It has been an honor to serve our community for all these years, but it could not be possible without the support and selflessness of the entire team here at C.J. Lawrence.”

    For more information about C.J. Lawrence, visit

    About C.J. Lawrence

    C.J. Lawrence is a leading New York-based investment management boutique providing platinum level service and investment portfolio customization to individuals, families, foundations and institutions. With a legacy that dates back to 1864, C.J. Lawrence was re-launched in 2014 as an independent SEC registered investment advisor. The firm combines the talents of a highly experienced portfolio management team with an environment centered only on delivering optimal results for our clients. Reported by PRWeb 4 hours ago.

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    Humpback whales travel to the Mediterranean to feed Washington (UPI) Nov 15, 2018

    Humpback whales are visiting the Mediterranean to feed, according to a new study. Historically, humpback whales in the Mediterranean Sea have been a rare sight, but anecdotal evidence hinted at increased visitation over the last 150 years. Until now, researchers weren't sure why the large marine mammals were visiting the region. Now, scientists are certain the whales are coming t Reported by Terra Daily 45 minutes ago.

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    Adledger, a consortium of ad companies in the digital media space, recently issued a free Blockchain and Advertising Special Report. Reported by Mondaq 22 hours ago.

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    Reference is made to the stock exchange release issued on 16 November 2018, where Marine Harvest announced that bondholders representing an aggregate principal loan amount of EUR 211,200,000 under the EUR 340 million five-year convertible bond issued by Marine Harvest in 2015, maturing on 5 November 2020 (ISIN NO 001 0748742) had elected to convert their bonds into shares.

    The conversion has now been completed and Marine Harvest's share capital has been increased by NOK 121,258,402.50 through the issuance of 16,167,787 new shares. The share capital increase was registered in the Norwegian Register of Business Enterprises on 22 November 2018 and following such registration Marine Harvest ASA has a share capital of NOK 3,870,297,892.50 divided into 516,039,719 shares each with a par value of NOK 7.50.

    Following the conversion, EUR 0.3 million remains of the outstanding principal amount under the aforementioned convertible bond, and cash settlement will be paid in accordance with the bond agreement.

    This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act. Reported by GlobeNewswire 1 day ago.

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    Global Demand for Marine Lubricants was valued at approximately USD 5.84 billion in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around USD 6.28 billion by the end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 2.2% between 2018 and 2024

    New York, NY, Nov. 22, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Zion Market Research has published a new report titled *“Marine Lubricants Market by Oil Type (Mineral Oil, Synthetic Oil, Bio-based, and Grease), by Application (Engine oil, Hydraulic fluid, Compressor Oil), and by Ship Type (Bulk Carrier, Tanker, and Container): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis and Forecast, 2017 – 2024”.* According to the report, global demand for marine lubricants market as valued at approximatelyUSD5.84 billion in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around USD 6.28 billion by the end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 2.2% between 2018 and 2024.

    Marine lubricants provide essential features like extending engine life, protecting the engine and other components at high temperature. They offer protection from mechanical and wear and tear due to cold corrosion and improve performance and reliability of machinery. Increasing demand for marine transport leads to the rising use of marine engine oils is one of the major factors likely to primarily drive market growth in the upcoming years. Marine transport has also been growing steadily over the past few years. Additionally, increasing tourism activities and cruising activities are further likely to strongly support market growth. Furthermore, the need to prevent various components from rust is also positively impacting the growth of marine lubricants market. However, stringent environmental norms for synthetic lubricants might hamper the market growth in the forecast time period.

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    By oil type, the marine lubricants market is segmented into synthetic oil, mineral oil, bio-based, and grease. The synthetic oil segment is anticipated to grow at the highest CAGR in the forecast timeframe, due to strong environmental norms regarding the usage of greener products. Synthetic lubricants are hazardous and steps are being taken to avoid releasing the material directly into the environment. By application, the market is categorized into hydraulic fluid, engine oil, and compressor oil. The compressor oil segment held a major market share in 2017. Growing operations by shipping companies globally and increasing ship sizes are contributing to the increasing demand for compressors in the marine industry. By ship type, the market is classified into the tanker, bulk carrier, and container. The tanker and bulk carrier segments within the ship type hold the major market share in terms of consumption in 2017. Crude oil & petroleum products, movement of raw materials, manufactured goods among others are transported by the usage of these two ship types.

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    The Asia Pacific accounted for a major market share in terms of revenue and volume in 2017. The growth in this region is attributed to the rapid infrastructural developments in the shipping industry, increase in the trade activities, and growing use of less toxic products. Marine lubricants market in Europe is majorly led by Germany, UK, and the Netherlands. This region's growth is due to the rising crude oil and natural gas production along with rising offshore exploration. Moreover, rising demand for recreational boating activities, such as boat racing, sailing, campaigning, and water sports games, are projected to propel this market’s growth in this region.

    Total S.A., PJSC Lukoil, Royal Dutch Shell plc, Valvoline Inc., Quepet, BP plc, Chevron Corporation, Synforce lubricants, Gulf Oil and Indian Oil, Exxon Mobil Corporation, Sinopec Corporation, and Idemitsu Kosan Co. Ltd. are some leading players operating in the global marine lubricants market.

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    *This report segments the global marine lubricants market as follows:*

    *Global Marine Lubricants Market: Oil Type Segment Analysis*

    · Mineral Oil
    · Synthetic Oil
    · Bio-based
    · Grease

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    · Engine Oil
    · Hydraulic Fluid
    · Compressor Oil

    *Global Marine Lubricants Market: Ship Type Segment Analysis*

    · Bulk Carrier
    · Tanker
    · Container

    *Global Marine LubricantsMarket: Regional Segment Analysis*

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    · France
    · Germany

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    · Middle East and Africa

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    Global Hadoop Market: Players Resort to Mergers and Acquisitions to Up Share, notes TMR

    Albany, New York, Nov. 22, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global Hadoop market shows a consolidated vendor landscape due to the limited number of players functioning in the global market. Prominent players in the market reaching out to the new players and are connecting with them through partnerships and mergers and acquisitions strategies to gain a competitive edge in the global market. These players are also expanding their geographical reach and are tapping the regional markets in emerging economies through these strategies. Moreover, these players are aiming to develop their own Hadoop to gain larger share in the market. Hortonworks Inc., Cloudera Inc., EMC Corp., MapR Technologies Inc., and IBM Corp. are some of the key companies working in the global Hadoop market. The market is likely to witness the entry of new players due to increasing volume of digital data.

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    According to a recent report published by TMR, the global Hadoop market is anticipated to rise at a staggering 29% CAGR within the forecast period between 2017 and 2023. Rising at this growth rate, the market is expected to achieve a valuation of US$37.7 bn by the end of 2023. In 2015, the market earned US$8.16 bn.

    Based on type, services segment is leading the global Hadoop market. However, software segment is likely to surpass all segments in the coming years. Growing investments for development of more effective software is the major reason for the growth of this segment. On regional front, North America leads the market in terms of revenue. This is mainly because of digitally and technically advanced infrastructure in this region.

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    *Proper Arrangement of Large Data to Drive Demand in Hadoop Market*

    Globally, the volume of unstructured data has grown exponentially due to increasing technological advancements and massive use of electronic devices that has favored the Hadoop market. The volume of unstructured data has increased immensely through e-mails, office productivity documents, and web content that has further augmented the need for Hadoop. Thus, the need for proper arrangement of this data and growing use of it in end-use industries has grown the popularity of Hadoop across the globe.

    In addition, faster processing of data and cost effectiveness by using Hadoop have also triggered its demand largely. Hadoop can also run on commodity hardware accounts, as it is preferred largely in all industrial sector where huge volume of data is generated daily. Moreover, capability to manage and access massive amount of data and low cost of data storage has boosted the demand in this market.

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    Despite of the increasing demand for Hadoop across the globe, some factors may hamper the growth of the market in the coming years. Complexities involved in handling this technology as it is in its nascent stage is the key factors that might hamper the growth of this market. Slow adoption of Hadoop and lack of skilled labor who has adequate experience and is qualified enough to manage Hadoop framework is also obstructing market’s growth in the near future. In addition, high cost services and training and manual code requirements are some of the other factors holding back this market. 

    The information presented in this review is based on a TMR report, titled “Hadoop Market (Type - Software, Hardware, and Services; End use - Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance, Retail, Manufacturing, Telecommunication, Media Entertainment, Natural Resources, Trade and Transport, Government, and IT and ITES) - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 - 2023.”

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    KEMP, Texas, Nov. 22, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Larson Electronics, a Texas-based company with over 40 years of experience spearheading the industrial lighting and equipment sectors, announced the release of an explosion proof 600V rated control station with one red LED indicator light, one red maintained light for emergency stop, two momentary push-buttons in red and green and a mushroom head switch. Basic commands can be implemented using one, three-position switch that supports Local/Off/Remote selections.The EPCS-PBS-ES-3P.LOR-IL.R.120-MS.R-MS.G explosion proof control station operates on 120V AC and is rated to operate at a maximum of 600 volts. This explosion proof control station is designed for hazardous work areas and is rated Class I, Divisions 1 and 2, Groups B, C and D; Class I, Zones 1 and 2, Groups IIB+H2 and IIA; Class II, Divisions 1 and 2, Groups E, F and G; Class III, Divisions 1 and 2.

    This device is compatible with surface mount configurations and is made of cast aluminum, equipped with a stainless-steel hinge and bolts, and an airtight gasket for a NEMA 7 protection rating. This unit is suitable for use in petroleum refineries, chemical and petrochemical plants, paint spray booths, food manufacturing buildings, agricultural sites, grain storage centers and more.

    “This control station provides support for heavy-duty machine control mechanisms from a single unit,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics LLC. “The unit is surface mount compatible, so it doesn’t invade on busy industrial operations and is easily accessible.

    *About Larson Electronics LLC: *Larson Electronics LLC is a manufacturer of industrial lighting equipment and accessories. The company offers an extensive catalog of industry-grade lighting and power distribution products for the following sectors: manufacturing, construction, food processing, oil and gas, military, marine and automobile. Customers can benefit from the company’s hands-on, customized approach to lighting solutions. Larson Electronics provides expedited service for quotes, customer support and shipments.

    *For further information, please contact:
    *Rob Bresnahan, President and CEO
    Toll-free: 1-888-351-2363
    Int’l: 214-616-6180
    Fax: 903-498-3364

    A photo accompanying this announcement is available at Reported by GlobeNewswire 20 hours ago.

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    *The dog meat industry is increasingly unwelcome in Korean society, says HSI/Korea*MONTREAL, Nov. 22, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Taepyeong, the largest dog slaughterhouse in South Korea, has been shut down by local authorities, bringing the country one step closer to ending its brutal dog meat trade.

    Seongnam city council intends to build a community park on the land, creating a vibrant public space where once hundreds of thousands of dogs were slaughtered for human consumption.

    HSI/Canada rescuers are on the scene and report that conditions inside the slaughterhouse are shocking. They found a large number of empty wire pens that would once have held hundreds of dogs, as well as knives and the electrocution equipment used to kill them. Piles of dead dogs were also found abandoned on the floor.

    HSI/Canada senior campaign manager Ewa Demianowicz said: “It was deeply disturbing to see the inside of this slaughterhouse and to know that millions of dogs have died terribly here. It was a bleak, brutal facility, and a stark reminder of the unimaginable suffering caused by this industry. Thankfully, today’s events have brought us a giant step closer to ending the South Korean dog meat trade for good.”

    HSI/Korea’s Nara Kim stated: “Both as a Korean citizen and an animal campaigner, it was incredibly moving for me to a part of the historic closure of this notorious dog slaughterhouse. I shudder to think how many millions of beautiful dogs will have met their horrific fate at this place over the years. It was a stain on the city of Seongnam and we are so pleased to see it bulldozed. This really feels like a landmark moment in the demise of the dog meat industry in South Korea, and sends the clear message that the dog meat industry is increasingly unwelcome in Korean society.” 

    Taepyeong comprises six individual slaughterhouses, five of which will be bulldozed immediately; permission to destroy the sixth building was not secured in time for the closure however all its cages will be destroyed and equipment removed so that it is no longer operational.

    The closure of Taepyeong comes at a time when dog meat consumption is declining rapidly in South Korea, particularly among younger generations. A survey by Gallup Korea conducted in June 2018 Shows that 70 percent of South Koreans say they will not eat dog meat in future, and a series of recent moves to curb the dog meat trade reflects a society increasingly ill at ease with the industry. Most recently, last September, a Supreme Court struck down a lower court decision to allow dog electrocution (the favoured method of the dog meat trade), saying the method is "too cruel." 

    Over the past four years, Humane Society International’s pioneering program of dog meat farm closures has shone a global spotlight on the plight of dogs in the South Korean dog meat trade. HSI works in partnership with dog farmers who want to leave the increasingly controversial business, helping them transition to more profitable and humane livelihoods. So far HSI has permanently closed 13 dog farms and rescued nearly 1,600 dogs, who are flown to the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands to find new homes.

    Korea Animal Rights Advocates is an HSI/Korea partner group, and the two organisations recently teamed up to present a petition of nearly 1 million signatures to the President’s Blue House, calling for an end to the dog meat trade.

    Hyunji Kim of Korea Animal Rights Advocates says: “We have been making constant efforts to shut down the Taepyeong-dong dog slaughterhouse through investigations and putting pressure on Gyeonggi province and Seongnam-si. As Korea’s biggest, brutal, illegal dog slaughterhouse, Taepyeong-dong is notorious for supplying huge amounts of dog bodies to nearby Seongnam Moran traditional market. Its closure is an historical event, and hopefully may trigger the closure of other illegal dog slaughterhouses throughout the country. Until we achieve this, we really appreciate the support of both Korean people and global citizens who love animals for helping our campaigns to completely end dog meat in Korea.”

    Korea Animal Welfare Association has campaigned against the dog meat trade for many years. KAWA’s Iltaek Chae, says: “The slaughterers in Taepyeong have long been accumulating their wealth and a huge number of dogs have been killed over the years. It is hoped that the closure of this horrific dog slaughterhouse can halt the suffering of more dogs in the future, and help trigger the collapse of the dog meat industry in Korea.”

    Download photos and video of the dog slaughterhouse closure and rescue by clicking here.

    *Media Contact*: Christopher Paré – office: 514 395-2914 x 206 / cell: 438 402-0643, email:

    *Humane Society International/Canada *is a leading force for animal protection, with active programs in companion animals, wildlife and habitat protection, marine mammal preservation, farm animal welfare and animals in research. HSI/Canada is proud to be a part of Humane Society International which, together with its partners, constitutes one of the world's largest animal protection organizations. Celebrating animals and confronting cruelty worldwide - on the Web at Reported by GlobeNewswire 19 hours ago.

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    EAGLE, Idaho (AP) — U.S. Marine Vince Apodaca is home for Thanksgiving but his beloved dog, Doogie, is missing. CBS-2 reports that Apodaca is expected home late on Thanksgiving Day after serving six months in Japan. But his mother, Lori Apodaca, says Doogie has been missing since Nov. 15, when he hopped into another person’s […] Reported by Seattle Times 19 hours ago.

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    KEMP, Texas, Nov. 22, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Larson Electronics, a leader in the industrial lighting sector, announced the release of a 200-foot anti-theft LED stringer with 10, 14-watt T8-style LED bulbs each measuring two feet in length. The LEDs produce 1,750 lumens of light each for a total of 17,500 lumens, do not require a ballast to operate and feature lightly frosted lenses to diffuse the light.The WAL-SL-10-20X-FTL3-LED-CS-120V 200-foot LED stringer with an anti-theft design is weather, impact and shock resistant, making it durable and able to withstand drops, falls or rough handling. Each LED T8 lamp is two feet long with a two-foot polycarbonate lens and is designed to operate in cooler temperatures. This unit can operate on current ranging from 100 to 277V AC for high voltage models or 11 to 25 V AC/DC for low voltage models without modifications.

    Jobsite thefts of lights are unfortunately common, but this stringer features locked lamps to discourage theft. Additionally, the LEDs have different circuits from standard fluorescent lamps, meaning if these lamps were stolen, they would not work without modification.

    This portable LED task lighting unit features 20 feet of 16/3 SOOW cable between each LED lamp. This fixture also has 25 feet of 16/3 chemical and abrasion resistant SOOW cord on one end that is fitted with an industrial grade 5-15P cord cap and five feet of 16/3 SOOW cord fitted with 5-15C female cord cap on the other end.

    This unit features a pair of drop hooks for easy mounting and is suitable for temporary construction sites, general maintenance, construction, aircraft interior, emergency shelter, long or narrow pathways, shipyards and food safe environments.

    *About Larson Electronics LLC: *Larson Electronics LLC is a manufacturer of industrial lighting equipment and accessories. The company offers an extensive catalog of industry-grade lighting and power distribution products for the following sectors: manufacturing, construction, food processing, oil and gas, military, marine and automobile. Customers can benefit from the company’s hands-on, customized approach to lighting solutions. Larson Electronics provides expedited service for quotes, customer support and shipments.

    *For further information, please contact:
    *Rob Bresnahan, President and CEO
    Toll-free: 1-888-351-2363
    Int’l: 214-616-6180
    Fax: 903-498-3364

    A photo accompanying this announcement is available at Reported by GlobeNewswire 14 hours ago.

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    Laser communications technology from Tesat setting new records Backnang, Germany (SPX) Nov 23, 2018

    Sentinel-1C will be ESA's 8th satellite of its Copernicus program. Despite monitoring arctic sea-ice, mapping and surveilling marine environment, Sentinel-1C will support in monitoring and mapping land-surface as well as forest, water and soil and support humanitarian aid in crisis situations. As well as its predecessors, Sentinel 1A and B and 2A and B, it will also be equipped with a stan Reported by Space Daily 11 hours ago.

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    ZHANJIANG, China, Nov. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- On November 22, the sixth China Marine Economy Expo (CMEE), jointly held by the government of Guangdong and China's Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR), kicked off in Zhanjiang, a coastal city of Guangdong, China. Guangdong's provincial... Reported by PR Newswire 4 hours ago.

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    Dublin, Nov. 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Cold Chain Logistics Market for Healthcare: Focus on Cell Therapies, Vaccines, and Human Organs, 2018-2030" report has been added to *'s* offering.

    The Cold Chain Logistics Market for Healthcare: Focus on Cell Therapies, Vaccines, and Human Organs, 2018-2030' report features an extensive study of the current landscape and future outlook of the growing cold chain logistics services market. The study features an in-depth analysis, highlighting the capabilities of the various service providers engaged in this domain.Over the years, the growing demand for such products has necessitated the need for well-defined infrastructure and protocols to support cold chain dependent logistics operations. Further, stakeholders in this segment of the industry have designed and established a variety of innovative solutions to serve the evolving demands of the healthcare sector. Moreover, connected cold chain solutions have been observed to offer a variety of advantages over conventional methodologies, such as automation of most of the steps and elimination of human handling errors that are associated with human intervention.

    In addition, the industry has witnessed several facility/capability expansions and acquisitions owing to an increasing demand for cold chain logistics services, which is indicative of the growing interest of stakeholders in this particular type of supply chain. Given the recent technological breakthroughs and advances, and the steadily rising demand for biopharmaceuticals, the reliance on cold chain is expected to increase substantially, causing logistics service providers to contemplate, devise and implement flexible business strategies and operational models to cope up with the future needs.One of the key objectives of the report was to estimate the existing market size and potential growth opportunities for cold chain logistics over the coming decade. Based on several parameters, we have provided an informed estimate of the likely evolution of this market in the short to mid-term and long-term, for the period 2018-2030.

    *Key Topics Covered:**1. Preface*
    1.1. Scope of the Report
    1.2. Research Methodology
    1.3. Chapter Outlines

    *2. Executive Summary*

    *3. Introduction*
    3.1. Chapter Overview
    3.2. Concept of Cold Chain Logistics
    3.2.1. Comparison of Conventional Supply Chain and Cold Chain
    3.2.2. Historical Evolution of the Cold Chain Logistics Industry
    3.3. Cold Chain Logistics in Healthcare
    3.4. Types of Healthcare Products Requiring Cold Chain Logistics
    3.5. Types of Container used in Cold Chain Logistics
    3.5.1. Active Cold Chain Containers
    3.5.2. Passive Cold Chain Containers
    3.5.3. Insulated Cold Chain Containers
    3.6. Modes of Transportation
    3.6.1. Road Transportation
    3.6.2. Air Transportation
    3.6.3. Ocean / Marine Transportation
    3.6.4. Rail Transportation
    3.6.5. Intermodal and Multimodal Transportation
    3.6.6. Comparison of Modes of Transportation
    3.7. Advantages and Limitations of Cold Chain Logistics in Healthcare
    3.8. Concluding Remarks

    *4. Cold Chain Logistics For Cell Therapies, Vaccines And Human Organs*
    4.1. Chapter Overview
    4.2. Cold Chain Management for Cell Therapies
    4.2.1. An Introduction to Cell Therapies
    4.2.2. Classification of Cell Therapies
    4.2.3. An Overview of Cell Therapy Logistics Cold Chain Logistics for Autologous Cell Therapies Cold Chain Logistics for Allogeneic Cell Therapies Comparison of Cold Chain Logistics for Autologous and Allogenic Cell Therapies
    4.2.4. Cold Storage of Cell Therapies
    4.2.5. Challenges Related to Cell Therapy Logistics Process Standardization Packaging and Shipping Qualifications Validation of Storage Containers Logistical Process Qualification Chain-of-Custody Documentation
    4.2.6. Strategies to Overcome Existing Challenges in Cell Therapy Logistics
    4.2.7. Case-in-Point: Cell Orchestration Platforms for Management of Cell Therapy Logistics
    4.3. Cold Chain Management for Vaccines
    4.3.1. An Introduction to Vaccines
    4.3.2. Classification of Vaccines
    4.3.3. An Overview of Vaccine Logistics
    4.3.4. Cold Storage of Vaccines
    4.3.5. Challenges Related to Vaccine Logistics Heat Sensitivity Cross-Border Shipments Choice of Suitable Containers
    4.4. Cold Chain Management for Human Organs
    4.4.1. An Introduction to Human Organ Transplantation
    4.4.2. An Overview of Human Organ Logistics
    4.4.3. Storage / Preservation of Human Organs
    4.4.4. Challenges Related to Human Organ Logistics Organ Matching Organ Viability Organ Packaging, Labelling and Transportation
    4.4.5. Case-in-Point: Beating Heart-in-a-Box
    4.5. Logistical Complexity Analysis for Different Products

    *5. Market Landscape*
    5.1. Chapter Overview
    5.2. Cold Chain Logistics Service Providers: List of Industry Players
    5.2.1. Analysis by Year of Establishment
    5.2.2. Analysis by Location of Headquarters
    5.2.3. Analysis by Size of Company
    5.2.4. Analysis by Type of Products
    5.2.5. Analysis by Type of Cold Chain Logistics Service(s)
    5.2.6. Analysis by Mode of Transportation
    5.2.7. Analysis by Holding Temperature Range
    5.2.8. Analysis by Type of Containers
    5.2.9. Analysis by Type of End-Users
    5.2.10. Analysis by Geographical Activity
    5.2.11. Analysis by Location of Cold Chain Facility
    5.3. List of Cold Chain Logistics Service Providers for Other Healthcare Products
    5.4. List of Equipment / Technologies for Cold Chain Logistics

    *6. Company Competitiveness Analysis*
    6.1. Chapter Overview
    6.2. Methodology
    6.3. Assumptions and Key Parameters
    6.4. Cold Chain Logistics Service Providers: Competitive Landscape
    6.4.1. Small-sized Companies
    6.4.2. Mid-sized Companies
    6.4.3. Large Companies

    *7. Company Profiles*
    7.1. Chapter Overview
    7.2. Cryoport
    7.3. Lynden International Logistics
    7.4. PAREXEL
    7.5. DHL Express
    7.6. United Parcel Service
    7.7. GAC
    7.8. Yusen Logistics

    *8. Recent Partnerships And Expansions*
    8.1. Chapter Overview
    8.2. Partnership Models
    8.3. Cold Chain Logistics in Healthcare: List of Partnerships and Collaborations
    8.3.1. Analysis by Year of Partnership
    8.3.2. Analysis by Type of Partnership
    8.3.3. Analysis by Type of Product
    8.3.4. Analysis by Type of Cold Chain Logistics Service
    8.3.5. Analysis by Type of Cold Chain Logistics Service and Type of Product
    8.3.6. Most Active Players: Analysis by Number of Partnerships
    8.3.7. Regional Analysis Intercontinental and Intracontinental Agreements
    8.4. Cold Chain Logistics in Healthcare: Mergers and Acquisitions
    8.4.1. Year-Wise Trend
    8.4.2. Most Active Acquirers: Analysis by Number of Acquisitions
    8.5. Cold Chain Logistics in Healthcare: Recent Expansions

    *9. Regulatory Recommendations And Guidelines*
    9.1. Chapter Overview
    9.2. Regulatory Guidelines Issued by International Authorities
    9.2.1. World Health Organization (WHO)
    9.2.2. International Air Transport Association (IATA)
    9.2.3. International Committee on Harmonisation (ICH)
    9.2.4. International Safe Transit Association (ISTA)
    9.2.5. Parenteral Drug Association (PDA)
    9.3. Regulatory Guidelines for Cold Chain Management in the US
    9.3.1. United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA)
    9.3.2. United States Pharmacopeia (USP)
    9.4. Regulatory Guidelines for Cold Chain Management in Canada
    9.4.1. Health Canada
    9.5. Regulatory Guidelines for Cold Chain Management in Europe
    9.5.1. European Medicine Agency (EMA)
    9.6. Recommendations for Different Steps of Cold Chain Logistics
    9.7. Comparative Analysis of Regulatory Authorities

    *10. Case Study: Cold Chain Requirements For Approved Drugs*
    10.1. Chapter Overview
    10.2. List of USFDA Approved Drugs
    10.2.1. Analysis by Year of Approval
    10.2.2. Analysis by Type of Molecule
    10.2.3. Analysis by Type of Biologic
    10.2.4. Analysis by Holding Temperature Range
    10.2.5. Analysis by Dosage Form and Holding Temperature Range
    10.2.6. Analysis by Route of Administration and Holding Temperature Range
    10.2.7. Most Active Players: Analysis by Number of Approved Drugs Requiring Cold Chain

    *11. Demand Analysis For Cell Therapies*
    11.1. Chapter Overview
    11.2. Scope and Methodology
    11.3. Cell Therapies, Global Clinical Demand: Analysis by Number of Trials
    11.3.1. Analysis by Trial Registration Year
    11.3.2. Analysis by Type of Cell Therapy
    11.3.3. Analysis by Trial Phase
    11.3.4. Analysis by Type of Cell Therapy and Trial Phase
    11.3.5. Analysis by Therapeutic Indications
    11.3.6. Geographical Analysis by Number of Clinical Trials
    11.3.7. Geographical Analysis by Type of Cell Therapy and Trial Phase
    11.3.8. Analysis by Type of Sponsors / Collaborators
    11.3.9. Most Active Players
    11.4. Cell Therapies, Global Clinical Demand: Analysis by Enrolled Patient Population
    11.4.1. Analysis by Type of Cell Therapy
    11.4.2. Geographical Analysis by Enrolled Patient Population
    11.4.3. Geographical Analysis by Type of Cell Therapy and Trial Phase
    11.5. Cell Therapies, Global Commercial Demand: Analysis by Expected Number of Product Approvals
    11.6. Cell Therapies, Global Commercial Demand: Analysis by Target Patient Population
    11.7. Concluding Remarks

    *12. Demand Analysis For Vaccines*
    12.1. Chapter Overview
    12.2. Scope and Methodology
    12.3. Vaccines, Global Clinical Demand: Analysis by Number of Trials
    12.3.1. Analysis by Trial Registration Year
    12.3.2. Analysis by Holding Temperature Range
    12.3.3. Analysis by Trial Phase
    12.3.4. Analysis by Trial Status
    12.3.5. Geographical Analysis by Number of Clinical Trials
    12.3.6. Geographical Analysis by Trial Status and Trial Phase
    12.3.7. Analysis by Type of Sponsors / Collaborators
    12.3.8. Most Active Players
    12.4. Vaccines, Global Clinical Demand: Analysis by Enrolled Patient Population
    12.4.1. Geographical Analysis by Enrolled Patient Population
    12.4.2. Geographical Analysis of Enrolled Patient Population by Trial Phase and Holding Temperature Range
    12.5. Vaccines, Global Commercial Demand: Analysis by Type of Vaccine
    12.5.1. Demand for Mandatory Vaccines: Global Scenario
    12.5.2. Demand for Mandatory Vaccines: Distribution by Geography Present Demand (2018 Scenario) Estimated Demand in the Short Term (2025 Scenario) Estimated Demand in the Long Term (2030 Scenario)
    12.5.3. Demand for Optional Vaccines: Global Scenario
    12.5.4. Demand for Optional Vaccines: Distribution by Geography Present Demand (2018 Scenario) Estimated Demand in the Short Term (2025 Scenario) Estimated Demand in the Long Term (2030 Scenario)
    12.6. Vaccines, Global Commercial Demand: Analysis by Number of Patients
    12.7. Vaccines, Global Commercial Demand: Analysis by Number of Doses
    12.8. Concluding Remarks

    *13. Demand Analysis For Human Organs*
    13.1. Chapter Overview
    13.2. Scope and Methodology
    13.3. Human Organs, Global Demand: Distribution by Geography
    13.3.1. Present Demand (2018 Scenario)
    13.3.2. Estimated Demand in the Short Term (2025 Scenario)
    13.3.3. Estimated Demand in the Long Term (2030 Scenario)
    13.3. Human Organs, Global Demand: Analysis by Type of Organ
    13.3.1. Kidney
    13.3.2. Liver
    13.3.3. Heart
    13.3.4. Lung
    13.3.5. Pancreas and Intestine
    13.4. Human Organs, Overall Global Demand
    13.5. Concluding Remarks

    *14. Market Forecast*

    *15. SWOT Analysis*
    15.1. Chapter Overview
    15.2. Strengths
    15.3. Weakness
    15.4. Opportunities
    15.5. Threats
    15.6. Comparison of SWOT Factors

    *16. Upcoming Trends And Future Growth Opportunities*
    16.1. Chapter Overview
    16.2. Connected Cold Chain: Key Tools And Technologies
    16.2.1. Artificial Intelligence
    16.2.2. Augmented Reality
    16.2.3. Automation and Robotics
    16.2.4. Big Data Analytics
    16.2.5. Blockchain Technology
    16.2.6. Cloud Computing
    16.2.7. Internet of Things
    16.2.8. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Tags
    16.3. Connected Cold Chain: Future Growth Opportunities
    16.4. Real-Time Monitoring: An Application of Connected Cold Chain Solutions
    16.4.1. Methods for Integration of Real-Time Monitoring in Cold Chain Logistics RFID Based Real-Time Monitoring Blockchain and IoT Based Real-Time Monitoring
    16.4.2. Growth Opportunities for Real-Time Monitoring in Connected Cold Chain
    16.4.3. Cost Benefits of Real-Time Monitoring in Cold Chain Logistics

    *17. Executive Insights*
    17.1. Chapter Overview
    17.2. AirBridgeCargo Airlines
    17.2.1. Company Snapshot
    17.2.2. Interview Transcript: Elena Boykova, Marketing Communications Manager
    17.3. Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult
    17.3.1. Company Snapshot
    17.3.2. Interview Transcript: Jacqueline Barry, Chief Clinical Officer
    17.4. UNICEF
    17.4.1. Company Snapshot
    17.4.2. Interview Transcript: Michelle Arnot-Kruger, Health Specialist, Cold Chain Logistics
    17.5. Tabuk Pharmaceuticals
    17.5.1. Company Snapshot
    17.5.2. Interview Transcript: Shehdeh Abusnineh, Supply Chain Manager

    *18. Appendix 1: Tabulated Data*

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    ATHENS, Greece, Nov. 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Globus Maritime Limited (“Globus” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: GLBS), a dry bulk shipping company, announced today that it has signed definitive documentation with Firment Shipping Inc. (“Firment”), an entity deemed as an affiliated party through common control. The Company has previously announced its intent to reach relative agreement.The transaction comprises a new “Revolving Credit Facility” agreement up to US$15 million. The new Revolving Credit Facility carries an interest rate of seven percent (7%) per annum.  It also carries a conversion clause, at any time during the term of the loan, the Borrower and only the Borrower, shall have the right, in its sole option, to convert in whole or in part the outstanding unpaid principal amount and accrued but unpaid interest under the Agreement into Common Stock.

    The transaction was approved by the Company’s independent members of the board.

    *About Globus Maritime Limited
    *Globus is an integrated dry bulk shipping company that provides marine transportation services worldwide and presently owns, operates and manages a fleet of dry bulk vessels that transport iron ore, coal, grain, steel products, cement, alumina and other dry bulk cargoes internationally. Globus’s subsidiaries own and operate 5 vessels with a total carrying capacity of 300,571 DWT and a weighted average age of 10.6 years as of September 30, 2018.

    *Safe Harbor Statement*
    This communication contains “forward-looking statements” as defined under U.S. federal securities laws. Forward-looking statements provide the Company’s current expectations or forecasts of future events. Forward-looking statements include statements about the Company’s expectations, beliefs, plans, objectives, intentions, assumptions and other statements that are not historical facts or that are not present facts or conditions. Words or phrases such as “anticipate,” “believe,” “continue,” “estimate,” “expect,” “intend,” “may,” “ongoing,” “plan,” “potential,” “predict,” “project,” “will” or similar words or phrases, or the negatives of those words or phrases, may identify forward-looking statements, but the absence of these words does not necessarily mean that a statement is not forward-looking. Forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties and are based on potentially inaccurate assumptions that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expected or implied by the forward-looking statements. The Company’s actual results could differ materially from those anticipated in forward-looking statements for many reasons specifically as described in the Company’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Accordingly, you should not unduly rely on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date of this communication. Globus undertakes no obligation to publicly revise any forward-looking statement to reflect circumstances or events after the date of this communication or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events. You should, however, review the factors and risks Globus describes in the reports it will file from time to time with the Securities and Exchange Commission after the date of this communication.

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    Athanasios Feidakis       
    Capital Link – New York                 +1 212 661 7566
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    ATHENS, Greece, Nov. 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Diana Containerships Inc. (NASDAQ: DCIX), (the “Company”), a global shipping company specializing in the ownership of containerships, today reported a net loss of $6.3 million for the third quarter of 2018, compared to a net loss of $8.7 million for the same period of 2017.  The loss for the third quarter of 2018 mainly includes $4.8 million of impairment charges for one vessel.Time charter revenues were $5.2 million for the third quarter of 2018, compared to $6.7 million for the same period of 2017. This decrease was primarily due to the shrinkage of the Company’s fleet, and was partially offset by the increased time charter rates achieved as a result of improved market conditions.

    Net loss for the nine months ended September 30, 2018 amounted to $52.5 million, compared to net income of $20.4 million for the nine months ended September 30, 2017. The loss for the nine months ended September 30, 2018 includes $20.4 million of impairment charges for two vessels and $16.7 million of aggregate loss on sale of seven vessels. Net income for the nine months ended September 30, 2017 included a gain of $42.2 million, net of related expenses, from a debt write-off, arising from the settlement agreement with respect to the secured loan facility with the Royal Bank of Scotland plc (“RBS”), which was signed on June 30, 2017. Time charter revenues for the nine months ended September 30, 2018, amounted to $19.5 million, compared to $16.0 million for the nine months ended September 30, 2017.

    As of November 21, 2018, the Company had 14,463,231 shares of common stock issued and outstanding.

    *Fleet Employment Profile (As of November 23, 2018)*  
    Diana Containerships Inc.’s fleet is employed as follows:  
    *Vessel* *Sister
    Ships** *Gross Rate (USD
    Per Day)* *Com*** *Charterers* *Delivery Date
    Charterers**** *Redelivery Date to
    Owners***** *Notes*
    *BUILT  TEU*
    *2 Panamax Container Vessels *
    PAMINA   $9,500 3.75%   Orient Overseas
    Container Line Ltd. 12-Sep-17 16-Aug-18  
    (ex Santa Pamina)              
        $11,950 5.00%   Hyundai Merchant
    Marine Co., Ltd. 23-Aug-18 23-Apr-19 - 23-Aug-19  
    2005  5,042            
    DOMINGO   $8,500 3.50%   CMA CGM 14-Sep-17 3-Aug-18  
    (ex Cap Domingo)            
        $12,800 3.50%   3-Aug-18 3-Apr-19 - 3-Jul-19  
    2001  3,739              
    *2 Post - Panamax Container Vessels*
    PUCON   $18,000 3.75%   Orient Overseas
    Container Line Ltd. 21-Jun-18 21-Feb-19 - 21-Jun-19  
    2006  6,541            
    HAMBURG A $11,000 3.75%   Wan Hai Lines
    (Singapore) Pte
    Ltd. 1-Dec-17 20-Jul-18 1,2
    2009  6,494            
    ROTTERDAM A $18,200 3.75%   Wan Hai Lines
    (Singapore) Pte
    Ltd. 12-Jul-18 15-Apr-19 - 15-Jul-19 3
    2008  6,494            
    * Each container vessel is a "sister ship", or closely similar, to other container vessels that have the same letter.
    ** Total commission paid to third parties.
    *** In case of newly acquired vessel with time charter attached, this date refers to the expected/actual date of delivery of the vessel to the Company.
    **** Range of redelivery dates, with the actual date of redelivery being at the Charterers’ option, but subject to the terms, conditions, and exceptions of the particular charterparty.
    1 "Hamburg" sold and delivered to her new owners on July 20, 2018.
    2 Owners and charterers mutually agreed to extend the maximum redelivery date to July 20, 2018.
    3 Vessel on scheduled drydocking from June 19, 2018 to July 11, 2018.*Summary of Selected Financial & Other Data*
    * *   * * *For the three months ended
    September 30,* * * *For the nine months ended
    September 30,*
    * *   * * *2018*   * * *2017 *   * * *2018*   * * *2017 *  
    * *     (unaudited)   (unaudited)   (unaudited)   (unaudited)
    *STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS DATA (in thousands of US Dollars):*
    * * Time charter revenues $ 5,229   $ 6,728   $ 19,489   $ 16,001  
    * * Voyage expenses   409     350     1,044     1,364  
    * * Vessel operating expenses   2,914     6,084     12,641     17,201  
    * * Net income / (loss)   (6,255 )   (8,722 )   (52,500 )   20,403  
      Average number of vessels   4.2     11.0     7.1     11.6  
      Number of vessels   4.0     11.0     4.0     11.0  
      Ownership days   388     1,012     1,939     3,166  
      Available days   377     1,012     1,916     3,143  
      Operating days   365     820     1,809     2,244  
      Fleet utilization   96.8 %   81.0 %   94.4 %   71.4 %
      Time charter equivalent (TCE) rate (1) $ 12,785   $ 6,302   $ 9,627   $ 4,657  
      Daily vessel operating expenses (2) $ 7,510   $ 6,012   $ 6,519   $ 5,433  


    (1) Time charter equivalent rates, or TCE rates, are defined as our time charter revenues, net, less voyage expenses during a period divided by the number of our available days during the period, which is consistent with industry standards.  Voyage expenses include port charges, bunker (fuel) expenses, canal charges and commissions.  TCE is a non-GAAP measure.  TCE rate is a standard shipping industry performance measure used primarily to compare daily earnings generated by vessels on time charters with daily earnings generated by vessels on voyage charters, because charter hire rates for vessels on voyage charters are generally not expressed in per day amounts while charter hire rates for vessels on time charters are generally expressed in such amounts.

    (2) Daily vessel operating expenses, which include crew wages and related costs, the cost of insurance and vessel registry, expenses relating to repairs and maintenance, the costs of spares and consumable stores, lubricant costs, tonnage taxes, regulatory fees, environmental costs, lay-up expenses and other miscellaneous expenses, are calculated by dividing vessel operating expenses by ownership days for the relevant period.

    *About the Company*

    Diana Containerships Inc. is a global provider of shipping transportation services through its ownership of containerships. The Company’s vessels are employed primarily on time charters with leading liner companies carrying containerized cargo along worldwide shipping routes. 

    *Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward-Looking Statements*

    Matters discussed in this press release may constitute forward-looking statements. The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 provides safe harbor protections for forward-looking statements in order to encourage companies to provide prospective information about their business. Forward-looking statements include statements concerning plans, objectives, goals, strategies, future events or performance, and underlying assumptions and other statements, which are other than statements of historical facts.

    The Company desires to take advantage of the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and is including this cautionary statement in connection with this safe harbor legislation. The words "believe,""anticipate,""intends,""estimate,""forecast,""project,""plan,""potential,""may,""should,""expect,""pending" and similar expressions identify forward-looking statements.

    The forward-looking statements in this press release are based upon various assumptions, many of which are based, in turn, upon further assumptions, including without limitation, our management's examination of historical operating trends, data contained in our records and other data available from third parties. Although we believe that these assumptions were reasonable when made, because these assumptions are inherently subject to significant uncertainties and contingencies which are difficult or impossible to predict and are beyond our control, we cannot assure you that we will achieve or accomplish these expectations, beliefs or projections.

    In addition to these important factors, other important factors that, in our view, could cause actual results to differ materially from those discussed in the forward-looking statements include the strength of world economies and currencies, general market conditions, including fluctuations in charter rates and vessel values, changes in demand for containership capacity, changes in our operating expenses, including bunker prices, drydocking and insurance costs, the market for our vessels, availability of financing and refinancing, changes in governmental rules and regulations or actions taken by regulatory authorities, potential liability from pending or future litigation, general domestic and international political conditions, potential disruption of shipping routes due to accidents or political events, vessel breakdowns and instances of off-hires and other factors. Please see our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a more complete discussion of these and other risks and uncertainties.

    (See financial tables attached)

    Expressed in thousands of U.S. Dollars, except for share and per share data
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
          * *   * *   * *   * *
    * *   * * *For the three months ended
    September 30,* * * *For the nine months ended
    September 30,*
    * *   * * *2018*   * * *2017 *   * * *2018*   * * *2017 *  
    *REVENUES:*   (unaudited)   (unaudited)   (unaudited)   (unaudited)
    * * Time charter revenues $ 5,229   $ 6,728   $ 19,489   $ 16,001  
      Voyage expenses   409     350     1,044     1,364  
      Vessel operating expenses   2,914     6,084     12,641     17,201  
      Depreciation and amortization of deferred charges   956     2,061     4,055     6,086  
    * * General and administrative expenses   1,851     1,870     5,710     5,159  
    * * Impairment losses   4,762     -     20,388     -  
    * * Loss / (Gain) on vessels' sale   21     -     16,700     (945 )
      Foreign currency (gains) / losses   (1 )   22     (34 )   31  
      *Operating loss*   (5,683 )   (3,659 )   (41,015 )   (12,895 )
    *OTHER INCOME / (EXPENSES):*                
      Interest and finance costs   (581 )   (5,080 )   (11,520 )   (8,958 )
      Interest income   9     17     35     71  
      Gain from bank debt write off   -     -     -     42,185  
    * * *Total other income / (expenses), net*   (572 )   (5,063 )   (11,485 )   33,298  
    * *                  
    *Net income / (loss)* $ (6,255 ) $ (8,722 ) $ (52,500 ) $ 20,403  
    * *                  
    *Earnings/ (Loss) per common share, basic* $ (0.61 ) $ (128.67 ) $ (6.45 ) $ 847.05  
    *Earnings/ (Loss)  per common share, diluted* $ (0.61 ) $ (128.67 ) $ (6.45 ) $ 845.02  
    * *                  
    *Weighted average number of common shares, basic*   10,253,485     67,784     8,141,811     24,074  
    * *                  
    *Weighted average number of common shares, diluted*   10,253,485     67,784     8,141,811     24,132  
    * * * *                
    * *  
    * *                  
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    * * * * * * *For the three months ended
    September 30,* * * *For the nine months ended
    September 30,*
          *2018*   * * *2017 *     *2018*   * * *2017 *  
          (unaudited)   (unaudited)   (unaudited)   (unaudited)
    *Net income / (loss)* $ (6,255 ) $ (8,722 ) $ (52,500 ) $ 20,403  
    *Comprehensive income / (loss)* $ (6,255 ) $ (8,722 ) $ (52,500 ) $ 20,403  
    * * * *                

    (Expressed in thousands of US Dollars)    
    * *     *September 30, 2018*   *December 31, 2017**
    *ASSETS*   (unaudited)    
    * * * * * * * * * * * *
    Cash and cash equivalents $ 5,458 $ 6,444
    Vessels held for sale   -   18,378
    Vessels, net * * 86,895 * * 201,308
    Other fixed assets, net * * 950 * * 911
    Other assets * * 2,848 * * 5,266
      *Total assets * $ 96,151 $ 232,307
      * *        
    * * * * * *   * *  
    Unrelated party financing, net of unamortized deferred financing costs $ - $ 12,119
    Related party financing, net of unamortized deferred financing costs   -   84,832
    Other liabilities   4,478   4,584
    Total stockholders' equity   91,673   130,772
      *Total liabilities and stockholders' equity * $ 96,151 $ 232,307
      * *        
    * The balance sheet data as of December 31, 2017 has been derived from the audited consolidated financial statements at that date.

    * * * * * * * * * * * *   * * * * * *
    * *   * * *For the three months ended
    September 30,* * * *For the nine months ended
    September 30,*
    * *   * * *2018 *   * * *2017 *   * * *2018 *   * * *2017 *  
          (unaudited)   (unaudited)   (unaudited)   (unaudited)
    Net Cash used in Operating Activities $ (295 ) $ (3,033 ) $ (837 ) $ (11,061 )
    Net Cash provided by / (used in) Investing Activities   19,836     (3 )   92,840     6,666  
    Net Cash used in Financing Activities **   (37,447 )   (350 )   (92,989 )   (4,740 )
     ** Figures of the nine months ended September 30, 2017 were adjusted, as the Company adopted ASU No 2016-18, according to which changes in restricted cash are not reported anymore as cash flow activities in the statement of cash flows.

    CONTACT: Corporate Contact:
    Ioannis Zafirakis
    Director, Chief Strategy Officer and Secretary
    Telephone: + 30-216-600-2400

    Investor and Media Relations:
    Edward Nebb
    Comm-Counsellors, LLC
    Telephone: + 1-203-972-8350
    Email: Reported by GlobeNewswire 22 hours ago.

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    VALCOURT, Quebec, Nov. 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- BRP Inc. (TSX: DOO; NASDAQ: DOOO) will hold its third quarter FY2019 financial results conference call on Friday, November 30, 2018 at 9 a.m.(ET). José Boisjoli, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Sébastien Martel, Chief Financial Officer, will discuss the results and address questions from analysts on a conference call.The press release will be distributed on Canadian and American newswires on Friday, November 30, at approximately 6 a.m. (ET).

    For investors and analysts:

    514-392-0235 or
    800-564-3880 (toll-free in North America)
    Event code 4296044
    Click here for international dial-in numbers
    Webcast Click here to access the webcast

    Business media are allowed to join the call but will not be permitted to ask questions. This webcast will also be live on the Internet here and accessible to media and interested participants. An archived recording will be available here two hours after the event for 30 days following the original broadcast.*About BRP
    *We are a global leader in the world of powersports vehicles and propulsion systems built on over 75 years of ingenuity and intensive consumer focus. Our portfolio of industry-leading and distinctive products includes Ski-Doo and Lynx snowmobiles, Sea-Doo watercraft, Can-Am on- and off-road vehicles, Alumacraft and Manitou boats, Evinrude and Rotax marine propulsion systems as well as Rotax engines for karts, motorcycles and recreational aircraft. We support our lines of product with a dedicated parts, accessories and clothing business to fully enhance your riding experience. With annual sales of CA$4.5 billion from over 100 countries, our global workforce is made up of around 10,350 driven, resourceful people.

    Ski-Doo, Lynx, Sea-Doo, Evinrude, Rotax, Can-Am, Alumacraft, Manitou and the BRP logo are trademarks of Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. or its affiliates. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

    *For information: *

    Catherine Moreau
    Senior Advisor, Media Relations

    For investor relations:
    Philippe Deschenes
    Financial Analyst

      Reported by GlobeNewswire 21 hours ago.

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