TAGSbusinesshealthLimerick City and CountyNewsTransport Facebook This is the second recent major contract signing for Tranzaura whose check is now also being used by 2,300 London bus drivers. Limerick on Covid watch list Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick businesses urged to accept Irish Business Design Challenge Previous articleLimerick talent tops at TexacoNext articleGardens International goes green in Limerick Louise Harrisonhttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsApp Liam Parry, Key Accounts Manager, Tranzaura, Cmdt Tony O’Mara, Regional Director Order of Malta, Cllr James Collins, Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, Shane Mann, CEO of Tranzaura, Declan Calvert, Product Development Co-Ordinator Tranzaura and Adj Bryan Crosby, OIC Limerick Order of Malta.Pic: Don MoloneyLIMERICK transport technology firm Tranzaura, has signed a contract with the Order of Malta Ireland to use the company’s vehicle safety check App across its nationwide ambulance fleet. Ann & Steve Talk Stuff | Episode 29 | Levelling Up Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites Limerick Post Show | Careers & Health Sciences Event for TY Students Twitter Exercise With Oxygen Training at Ultimate Health Clinic Advertisement NewsBusinessLimerick company signs ambulance contractBy Louise Harrison – June 1, 2019 557 Linkedin Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Regional Director for the South West Region of the Ambulance Corps Cmdt Tony O’Mara said: “We trialled the App in our Limerick ambulance unit and the Tranzaura App will now replace paper checks on all our vehicles.“Time saved in the workshop, or at base, means more time being able to fulfil our charitable mandate”.Tranzaura Chief Executive Officer, Shane Mann said: “We are delighted to partner with the Order of Malta. The Tranzaura App works for fleets of all sizes across Ireland, the UK and globally.“We recently signed a large contract which sees 2,300 London bus drivers using our App. We will be expanding into the UK and international markets, but the Tranzaura App also works for smaller and mid-range fleets.“We have proven in London, that our App can make savings, increase compliance, and increase efficiencies. We are confident there is a market for the Tranzaura vehicle safety check App in every city in the world”.The Mayor of the City and County of Limerick, Cllr James Collins said, “It’s great to see an App designed by a Limerick company being used around the globe. It shows yet again that Limerick continues to produce leading companies in the tech sphere”. Print
Martin County police are looking for a missing 16-year-old girl.Raven Goodson was last seen Tuesday at her home on Sandshoal Way, then about an hour later at the Cumberland Farms off Savannah Road in Jensen Beach, according to the Martin County Sheriff’s Office.Police say she had her grandmother’s white 2014 Ford Focus in her possession.Additionally, police say that Goodson has left her home without permission in the past.Raven is 5’1″ with long, dark brown hair, blue eyes and weighs about 100 pounds, the sheriff’s office said.She sometimes goes by the alias Raven Seehof.“Anyone with information is asked to call the Martin County Sheriff’s Office at 772-220-7170.”
JEFF SCHORFHEIDE/Herald photoThe proverbial monkey is finally off Kyle Turris’ back.With a goal three minutes into the third period of Saturdaynight’s matchup against St. Cloud State, Turris broke a streak of nine gameswithout scoring a goal. If that slump doesn’t seem too daunting, consider howTurris started the season.Coming to Wisconsin with the most preseason hype of anyplayer in recent memory — he was the No. 3 overall pick by Phoenix in the NHL EntryDraft — Turris didn’t disappoint early in the year. Through the team’s firstfour games, the freshman from British Columbia netted five goals, tallied sevenassists and at one point led the nation in scoring.But then the WCHA season started, and the freshman phenom’storrid pace cooled down. He managed to record just four assists through ninegames and had five games in which he didn’t score a single point.So it came as no surprise to see Turris get a bit moreexcited Saturday than after any of his previous goals.”It feels really good,” Turris said of his goal. “It wasjust a matter of time.”Turris jumped around between a few different lineupsSaturday, starting the night off on the top line with Ben Street and PodgeTurnbull, but he skated with Michael Davies and Aaron Bendickson when he scoredin the third. The movement between lines allowed Turris to fire off agame-high seven shots on goal, including three in the final period.”I was getting lots of shots, I was hitting posts,” Turrissaid. “I was getting lots of great passes from [Street] and Bendickson andPodge and Davies.”Finally, one of those shots went in. Bendickson and DavisDrewiske were credited with the assist as Turris beat St. Cloud State netminderJase Weslosky to tie the game up at 3-3. Josh Engel would later add his secondgoal of the game to give Wisconsin a 4-3 win.”I think it was lucky,” Turris said. “It kind of wentthrough his arm. I just tried to throw everything on net, tonight especially.”After the goal, the entire Wisconsin bench jumped up incelebration, all knowing the pressure Turris had relieved with his goal.”I think all you need to do is look at the bench after hescored,” head coach Mike Eaves said. “His teammates were still pounding him onhis shoulder pads.”Eaves said Turris’ teammates empathized with the freshman,as they have all been through ups and downs in their careers.”That’s a nice weight to be lifted off his shoulders,” Eavessaid. “His teammates feel for him, because they know that he’s a gifted playerand they … have all gone through similar kinds of slumps like that. For anoffensive guy, it’s a struggle.””Kyle is a great player,” said forward Josh Engel, whorecorded two goals in Saturday’s win. “He’s going to be one of those greatplayers in the NHL, too.”Perhaps another reason for the Badgers’ celebration afterthe goal was what it meant for them as a team. When Turris has found the netthis season, Wisconsin is 4-1. When Turris is held without a goal, UW is just3-5-1.”They were really happy for him,” Eaves said. “They know,too, that if Kyle’s being productive, we have a better chance of beingsuccessful on the ice.”Turris’ score came at a crucial time in Saturday’s game.After jumping ahead to an early 1-0 lead, UW eventually fell behind 3-2 headinginto the final period. For a team that had recorded just one sweep prior to theseries, Eaves knew the third period would be the biggest of the weekend.”This is our sixth period. This is the period when you growas a player,” Eaves said. “If you want to become a champion player or achampionship-caliber team, this is the period where you have to show yourworth.”With his goal to tie the game, Turris certainly showed hisworth and reminded fans why he was so highly touted coming into the season. Andfor Turris, he hopes the goal is a sign of things to come.”I just got lucky on one, so hopefully they’ll start cominga bit easier,” Turris said.
Argentina’s Del Potro is playing in his first French Open since 2012 having suffered a series of injuries.“I wish you a speedy recovery. I can imagine what you are feeling. Strength,” tweeted Del Potro.World number one Murray came from a set down to beat Martin Klizan.Elsewhere, third seed and former champion Stan Wawrinka progressed to round three with victory over Ukraine’s Alexandr Dolgopolov.The Swiss, 32, won 6-4 7-6 (7-5) 7-5 against the world number 89.But 13th seed Tomas Berdych has been knocked out, losing 7-5 6-4 6-4 to world number 53 Karen Khachanov.Controversial Australian 18th seed Nick Kyrgios is also out after he was beaten 5-7 6-4 6-1 6-2 by South African Kevin Anderson.Seventh seed Marin Cilic reached the third round with a 6-3 6-2 6-2 win over Russia’s Konstantin Kravchuk.Japan’s Kei Nishikori, the eighth seed, progressed by beating Jeremy Chardy 6-3 6-0 7-6 (7-5).In the women’s draw, fifth seed Elina Svitolina came from behind to beat Tsvetana Pironkova 3-6 6-3 6-2.Ninth seed Agnieszka Radwanska also dropped the first set but recovered to win 6-7 (3-7) 6-2 6-3 against Alison Van Uytvanck.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram FRENCH OPENJuan Martin del Potro consoled his 2017 French Open opponent Nicolas Almagro after the Spaniard quit their second round match in tears with a knee injury.Del Potro helped a sobbing Almagro from the court and will now face Britain’s Andy Murray in the third round.