OlymPak Printing & Packaging Replaces Two Presses With Komori GX40

OlymPak Printing & Packaging has installed a new Komori six-color 40-inch press, the Lithrone GX40 (GLX640), to expand the speed and flexibility of its folding carton production operation. The company, a division of MinMor Industries, has packaging facilities in Mora and Grand Rapids, Minnesota and serves a nationwide clientele in a variety of industries, including retail packaging, nutraceuticals, food and food service, beauty and personal care, as well as major retailers such as Walmart, Target and CVS. The new Komori press replaces two older presses and is delivering greater production capacity than the two older presses combined. Additionally, its advanced automation gives OlymPak the broader flexibility needed for its expanding packaging business.
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Keppel Plans to Buy SPH for $1.6 Billion After Media Spinoff – Financial Post

(Bloomberg) — Keppel Corp Ltd. has offered to buy Singapore Press Holdings Ltd. for S$2.2 billion ($1.6 billion) to expand the conglomerate’s business in retail malls, student accommodation and senior living. The proposed deal, expected to be completed in December, would come after SPH spins off its media assets. Keppel...
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Keppel Corp Plans to Buy Singapore Press Holdings

Keppel Corp is willing to acquire Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), excluding the newspaper publisher’s media business. The offer, which values SPH at $3.4 billion, will see the company delisted and become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Keppel, companies jointly announced several hours ago. The share of the deal is about $2.2 billion.
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Conglomerate Keppel to buy Singapore Press Holdings for $1.7 billion

Singaporean conglomerate Keppel said on Monday it would buy Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) for S$2.24 billion ($1.65 billion), excluding the newspaper publisher's media business. The deal will give Keppel access to SPH's real estate footprint, which includes malls, residential properties, a portfolio of properties for student accommodation as well as...

Keppel steps up to offer billions for floundering Singapore Press Holdings

Singaporean conglomerate Keppel Corp. has offered S$3.4 billion (US$2.5 billion) to acquire the real estate arm of what was the city-state’s largest media company. Singapore Press Holdings, which publishes The Straits Times, announced the buyout offer this morning, adding that if the deal is done, the firm would be delisted from the stock exchange and become a wholly owned, private subsidiary of Keppel.

Keppel proposes to acquire SPH, excluding media activities, in S $ 3.4 billion deal

SINGAPORE: Singaporean conglomerate Keppel Corp announced on Monday August 2 that it would propose to acquire and privatize Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), excluding the newspaper publisher’s media activities, for $ 3.4 billion Singaporeans. “Success of the program will result in SPH being removed from the list,” SPH said in a...

Keppel To Buy SPH For $3.4B, Privatisation Of Non-Media Arm Will Follow

Keppel Corp Offers $3.4B To Buy SPH When Media Arm Turns Into Non-Profit. Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) has long been the country’s largest media business, but it also deals in non-media sectors such as property. Keppel Corp, a Singapore conglomerate, has offered to buy SPH for S$3.4 billion, The Straits...
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City of Brandon – August 01st Media Release – Brandon Police Service

A 45 year-old male was arrested on Saturday evening for possessing a stolen credit card, after being identified by the card’s owner as being the suspect. The accused had befriended the victim and then stole her purse, containing the card. A member on patrol observed the accused and, upon arresting him, recovered the stolen credit card which had been used at several locations. The matter is still under investigation and additional charges are relating to the use of the card are expected.

Multiphase flows simulation with the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics method

Carlos E. Alvarado-Rodriguez, Jaime Klapp, J.M. Dominguez, A. R. Uribe-Ramirez, J.J. Ramirez-Minguela, M. Gomez-Gesteira. This work presents a new multiphase SPH model that includes the shifting algorithm and a variable smoothing length formalism to simulate multi-phase flows with accuracy and proper interphase management. The implementation was performed in the DualSPHysics code and validated for different canonical experiments, such as the single-phase and multiphase Poiseuille and Couette test cases. The method is accurate even for the multiphase case for which two phases are simulated. The shifting algorithm and the variable smoothing length formalism has been applied in the multiphase SPH model to improve the numerical results at the interphase even when it is highly deformed and non-linear effects become important. The obtained accuracy in the validation tests and the good interphase definition in the instability cases indicate an important improvement in the numerical results compared with single-phase and multiphase models where the shifting algorithm and the variable smoothing length formalism are not applied.

Lagrangian approach for the study of heat transfer in a nuclear reactor core using the SPH methodology

F. Pahuamba-Valdez, E. Mayoral-Villa, C. E. Alvarado-Rodriguez, J. Klapp, A. M. Goomez-Torres, E. Del Valle-Gallegos. Numerical modeling simulations and the use of high-performance computing are fundamental for detailed safety analysis, control and operation of a nuclear reactor, allowing the study and analysis of problems related to thermal-hydraulics, neutronic, and the dynamic of fluids that are involved in these systems. In this work, we introduce the basis for the implementation of the smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) approach to analyze heat transfer in a nuclear reactor core. Heat transfer by means of convection is of great importance in many engineering applications and especially in the analysis of heat transfer in nuclear reactors. As a first approach, the natural convection in the gap (space that exists between the fuel rod and the cladding) can be analyzed helping to reduce uncertainty in such calculations that usually relies on empirical correlations while using other numerical tools. The numerical method developed in this work was validated while comparing the results obtained in previous numerical simulations and experimental data reported in the literature showing that our implementation is suitable for the study of heat transfer in nuclear reactors. Numerical simulations were done with the DualSPHysics open source code that allows performing parallel calculations using different numbers of cores. The current implementation is a version written in CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) that allows also the use of GPU processors (Graphics Processor Unit) to accelerate the calculations in parallel using a large number of cores contained in the GPU. This makes it possible to analyze large systems using a reasonable computer time. The obtained results verified and validated our method and allowed us to have a strong solver for future applications of heat transfer in nuclear reactors fuel inside the reactor cores.

Dust growth, fragmentation and self-induced dust traps in PHANTOM

We present the implementation of a dust growth and fragmentation module in the public Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) code PHANTOM. This module is made available for public use with this paper. The coagulation model considers locally monodisperse dust size distributions around single values that are carried by the SPH particles. Along with the presentation of the model, implementation and tests, we showcase growth and fragmentation in a few typical circumstellar disc simulations and revisit previous results. The module is also interfaced with the radiative transfer code MCFOST, which facilitates the comparison between simulations and ALMA observations by generating synthetic maps. Circumstellar disc simulations with growth and fragmentation reproduce the `self-induced dust trap' mechanism first proposed by Gonzalez et al., which supports its existence. Synthetic images of discs featuring this mechanism suggest it would be detectable by ALMA as a bright axisymmetric ring at several tens of au from the star. With this paper, our aim is to provide a public tool to be able to study and explore dust growth in a variety of applications related to planet formation.

Keppel Corp. Makes US$1.6 Billion Offer for Singapore Press Holdings -- Update

SINGAPORE--Keppel Corp. has made an offer to acquire Singapore Press Holdings Ltd. for 2.2 billion Singapore dollars (US$1.62 billion), a move by the conglomerate to build its property portfolio. Keppel Corp., which has business interests spanning rig building to infrastructure, is making the offer through a combination of cash and...

Spheroid Universe 1-Day Volume Hits $286,358.00 (SPH)

Spheroid Universe (CURRENCY:SPH) traded 5.2% lower against the U.S. dollar during the 24-hour period ending at 23:00 PM Eastern on July 31st. One Spheroid Universe coin can now be bought for about $0.0545 or 0.00000130 BTC on cryptocurrency exchanges. Over the last week, Spheroid Universe has traded 12.8% higher against the U.S. dollar. Spheroid Universe has a market cap of $3.70 million and $286,358.00 worth of Spheroid Universe was traded on exchanges in the last day.
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Unusual Options Activity Insight: Suburban Propane Partners

Shares of Suburban Propane Partners (NYSE:SPH) saw some unusual options activity on Friday. Following the unusual option alert, the stock price moved up to $16.23. One way options market activity can be considered unusual is when volume is exceptionally higher than its historical average. The volume of options activity refers to the number of contracts traded over a given time period. The number of contracts that have been traded, but not yet closed by either counterparty, is called open interest. A contract cannot be considered closed until there exists both a buyer and seller for it.
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Ex-Dividend Date Insight: Suburban Propane Partners

On July 22, 2021, Suburban Propane Partners (NYSE:SPH) announced shareholders can expect to receive a dividend payable on August 10, 2021. The stock will then go ex-dividend 1 business day(s) before the record date. Suburban Propane Partners has an ex-dividend date set for for August 2, 2021. The company’s current dividend payout is $0.33, which equates to a dividend yield of 8.56% at current price levels.