Xcell joins PPL

first_imgEstablished in 1992 in Mexico City, Xcell Logistics offers air and ocean freight services. The company has offices across Mexico including Guadalajara, Monterrey, Nuevo Laredo, Manzanillo, Lazaro Cardenas and Veracruz. Xcell Logistics also has a US location in Laredo, Texas. www.xcell-logistic.comwww.pplnetwork.netlast_img

Edwards gains Faktor 5

first_imgWith a hauling capacity of up to 500 tonnes, deadweight to payload ratio of 5:1, and adjustable loading lengths and widths, Edwards says that its new investment offers the flexibility to solve some of the toughest specialised transport challenges.The new trailer configuration is available for use on certain projects, as well as for rent, said the Shelbyville, Kentucky based heavy transport and lifting company. Edwards’ new girder bridge is the sixth of its type in use around the world. Goldhofer delivered its fifth Faktor 5 high girder bridge to UK based heavy haulage company Allelys back in June 2014.  www.edwardsmoving.comwww.goldhofer.comlast_img

Auburn quick hits: 3 things, mini grades

first_imgAuburn Tigers head coach Gus Malzahn reacts to Auburn Tigers defensive back Blake Countess being ejected during the first half against Jacksonville State on Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium.Auburn Tigers head coach Gus Malzahn reacts to Auburn Tigers defensive back Blake Countess being ejected during the first half against Jacksonville State on Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium. 3 things worth talking about Jeez Jeremy Jeremy Johnson has thrown five picks in his first two games this season. He’s the first SEC quarterback to do that since 2009. Is it him? Is it the offense? Johnson and the Tigers go into SEC play needing to figure it all out before facing LSU in Death Valley next week. Too mobile For a second straight game, Auburn struggled stopping a dual-threat QB. Eli Jenkins was making the right decisions nine times out of 10 on whether to keep the ball or give it to the running back. Must be a concern going into its next two games against LSU’s Brandon Harris and Mississippi State’s Dak Prescott. Early fatigue Auburn’s uptempo offense often leads to its defense having to play a bunch of snaps. The Tigers defended against 89 plays Saturday in giving up 438 yards of total offense. Jacksonville State possessed the ball for 35 minutes, 25 seconds with 10:27 of that coming in the fourth quarter. If this trend continues, Will Muschamp’s defense will wilt in November. Mini grades Rushing offense — B: Peyton Barber put the Tigers on his back with 125 yards and the game-winning touchdown on 23 carries.Rushing defense — C-: Tigers struggled stopping the read option. Quarterback Eli Jenkins was doing a masterful job, but Auburn caught up with him in OT.Passing offense — D: Throwing a game-tying touchdown to force OT is the only thing keeping Jeremy Johnson from having a failing grade. Threw 2 TDs, but was intercepted twice and made some poor throws.Passing defense — C-: Got better defending the deep ball in second half, but Jenkins connected several times downfield to essentially two receivers.Special teams – A-: Daniel Carlson made both field goals. Kevin Phillips placed all three of his punts inside the 20-yard line. Carlson did hit a kickoff out of bounds.Coaching – D: Auburn coach Gus Malzahn admitted he has to put Johnson in better situations, but his team came out flat to start a game it should have dominated from the start. Auburn was a 47-point favoriteOverall – D: Lucky to win against an FCS school. Plain and simple.last_img read more