Baking case firm Chevler sets up papers division

first_imgUK baking case manufacturer Chevler has established a speciality papers division. The newly formed division is being spearheaded by Phil Brooks as national sales manager, who confirmed that Chevler will offer a full range of siliconised greaseproof, greaseproof, single-proof and vegetable parchment papers to the UK and Irish baking industry in industry-standard and bespoke sheet sizes. The bakery papers join the company’s Meat Saver Paper range, which it has been selling to the UK and European meat industry for many years.Stuart Whelan, Chevler managing director, said: “We are delighted that Phil Brooks has joined us. He brings with him many years of experience and, more specifically, technical expertise of when and how bakers should use these papers to their best effect.“With the sheeting equipment we have at our Hengoed factory and our experience in manufacturing Meat Saver Paper it is a natural move for us to make. “For quite a while now, we have bakery customers asking us for such products and although we always sold a small quantity, we felt the time was right to set up a separate operation.“It is a further signal of our strategy to continue growing and developing our business for the long-term, investing in and developing our existing capabilities and seeking out new opportunities which build on our market-leading position.”last_img read more


Football Association of BiH set a date for selling of Tickets for the Match BiH – Greece

first_imgTickets for the upcoming match within qualifications for the World Cup in Russia, which our national football team will play in Zenica on June 9, will be available for sale from May 29, from 9 AM, as announced by the Football Association of BiH.Due to the limited capacities of the stadium in Zenica, as well as safety procedures, there will be 10,580 tickets printed for sale, and prices are following – 40 BAM (West), 30 BAM (East), 20 BAM (North and South).There is already a huge interest of our fans and fan groups for this very important match, who want to give their full contribution in achieving a single aim: the victory of our Dragons.One person will be able to buy a maximum of two tickets with the presentation of an identification document (ID card or passport) and recording of the serial numbers of tickets.According to FIFA and UEFA rules on the number of tickets for visiting fans, 675 tickets belong to the Football Association of Greece, from which 125 tickets on West stand and 550 tickets on North stands. Football Association of Greece will organize ticket sales for their fans in accordance with their internal regulations.(Source: read more


ICYMI in NFL Week 7: Kaepernick, social issues back in news

first_imgCarolina Panthers strong safety Eric Reid, center, takes a knee during the playing of the national anthem prior to an NFL football game against the Philadelphia Eagles, Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) Colin Kaepernick is no longer in the NFL — which, when one considers that Derek Anderson and Cody Kessler are getting snaps at quarterback, is fascinating — and the White House-driven conversation about pregame national anthems in the league largely has receded.Still, on this given Sunday, both Kaepernick, and the ramifications of his protest movement about racial equality and social justice, were back in the news.That’s because Kaepernick’s former teammate with the San Francisco 49ers, safety Eric Reid — who is still kneeling during “The Star-Spangled Banner” with his current club, the Carolina Panthers — made his personal conflict with Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins a very public matter.First, Reid went out onto the field to jaw at Jenkins, who was near the Eagles logo before the game. They got in each other’s faces — Jenkins with a helmet on, Reid without — until officials, coaches and teammates separated the pair. Then, after the game, Reid did not shy away from telling reporters exactly what he thinks of Jenkins.This all stems from Reid’s split from Jenkins’ The Players Coalition after the group sought to get pregame demonstrations to stop if the NFL made charitable donations to causes they support. Reid also was bothered by Kaepernick’s exclusion from meetings on the issue.“We believe a lot of players should have stepped up for Colin,” Reid said Sunday. “I believe Malcolm capitalized on the situation. He co-opted the movement that was started by Colin to get his organization funded. It’s cowardly. He sold us out.”When Reid’s comments were relayed, Jenkins said: “I’m not going to get up here and say anything negative about that man.”Kaepernick, meanwhile, tweeted out a message of support for Reid.In case you missed it, here are other top topics after the NFL season’s seventh Sunday:UNFIT TO BE TIEDTennessee Titans coach Mike Vrabel had no interest in a tie. And when your offense is as vanilla and old-fashioned as his, maybe that makes sense — even if it means flying all the way back from London with a loss. When the Titans scored a TD to cut their deficit to 20-19 against the Los Angeles Chargers with 31 seconds left in regulation, the obvious move would have been to kick an extra point and figure you’ll take your chances in overtime. Vrabel went rogue, though, opting to try a 2-point conversion for the win, while risking defeat. Didn’t work: Marcus Mariota’s pass from the 1, following a penalty on the Chargers, was incomplete, and the Titans lost their third game in a row.TUCKERED OUTFor 222 consecutive extra points in the regular season, Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker’s aim was true. Somehow, No. 223 proved problematic. After Joe Flacco threw a 14-yard TD pass to John Brown with 24 seconds left to get Baltimore within a point against the New Orleans Saints, OT seemed to be a certainty. Except Tucker’s PAT swerved right of the goalpost, leaving his Ravens with a 24-23 loss. As the ball sailed awry, his jaw dropped and his eyes widened in disbelief. “Every kicker, every football player, is going to come across a moment, a challenging moment. You play long enough, you’re going to have a kick you want back,” Tucker said. “Tonight was that night for me.”0-4 ON THE ROADEven Jerry Jones had nothing to say after this one. The Dallas Cowboys’ owner loves to offer his thoughts after games — win or lose — but he avoided the media after his club dropped to 0-4 on the road this season with a 20-17 defeat against the NFC East rival Washington Redskins. All sorts of things went wrong for the Cowboys, who are 3-0 at home: Ezekiel Elliott was held to 34 yards; Dak Prescott lost two fumbles, including one returned for a fourth-quarter TD that turned out to be the winning points; coach Jason Garrett appeared to be satisfied setting up a potentially tying field-goal attempt to force overtime rather than trying to get the ball in the end zone in the closing seconds; a rarely called penalty on the long snapper turned a 47-yard kick into a 52-yarder that Brett Maher doinked off the left upright.___AP Sports Writer Dan Gelston in Philadelphia contributed to this report.___Follow Howard Fendrich on Twitter at AP NFL: and read more