BNW drives in wrapper


first_imgLancashire-based BNW Bakery Services says its BW5 machine can be used for wrapping bread, cake and flour confectionery.When sliced bread is to be wrapped, the use of a BNW LB90 or B51 Slicer machine, linked to the wrapper by an indexer unit to transfer the sliced loaves into the BW5 machine, provides a complete plant that will slice and wrap in one continuous operation.BNW has recently supplied Warburtons’ new Tuscany park site with the new Overhead Paddle Wrapper. The wrapper is fitted with an HMI screen allowing the operator to adjust the print registration and the wrapper running rate. The HMI screen also displays alarms to aid the operator with the wrapping process.The BW5 Wrapper is still a popular machine with both major bread manufacturers and the small independent bakers, claims the company. The wrapper can be adjusted to suit all different sizes of products, and can wrap with either wax paper or cellophane.last_img read more

2003 review


first_imgAnother year comes to an end. Want to look back on what happened? From news to use about Georgia Family, Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, here are2003’s biggest stories related to agriculture, business, environment, food & health, technology and weather, sorted by date andlinked to the story in our archive. AgricultureBusiness EnvironmentFood & HealthTechnologyWeatherlast_img

Karlnoski repeats Black Rock success with second Empire State Series win


first_imgDUNDEE, N.Y. (Sept. 18) – There were mechanical issues before and after the Empire State Se­ries event at Black Rock Speedway, but nothing happened in between to prevent Rich Karlnoski from leading all 30 laps of the feature for Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds.Karlnoski discovered a broken electrical wire that prevented him from even starting his car before the race started. He pulled into victory lane with a broken shifter and had to be towed across the post-race scales.“The stars were aligned for us. It was quite a night. To win made it worthwhile,” said Karlnoski, who earned $500. “It was a good clean race and the car had the right balance. The old girl wants to pull the left front and it’s hooked up. Boy does it work when that left front is up, I’m telling you.”Gary Roberts, point leader Eddie Sites, Keith Lamphere and Harry Ely rounded out the top five.Karlnoski started third and took a lead he’d never relinquish coming out of the final turn on the first circuit.“We were just getting to lapped traffic when the first caution came out,” said Karlnoski, driver of the Jessie’s Pet Grooming, Beach Trucking and Gertie’s Small Dog Rescue-backed rig. “I saw Gary once before halfway and then again after a restart on lap 23 or 24.”Karlnoski’s one previous Empire State Series win came at Dundee last October.“I’ve raced here since 1975. It’s my home track,” he said, “so I should know how to get around it.”Feature results ­– 1. Rich Karlnoski; 2. Gary Roberts; 3. Eddie Sites; 4. Keith Lamphere; 5. Harry Ely; 6. Brad Sites; 7. Matt Cole; 8. Will Ward; 9. Tyler Stoddard; 10. Mike Stoddard; 11. Bob Maynard; 12. Billy Ward; 13. Scott Sebring; 14. Todd Stone; 15. Jason Benjamin; 16. Brad Smith; 17. Tony Harris; 18. Rodney Morgan; 19. Jeff Austin.last_img read more

The Latest: Russian soccer league to resume on June 21


first_imgTwo teams are barred from playing until May 27 by the state of Saxony-Anhalt and can train only in small groups.___World Rugby has postponed July test matches involving southern and northern hemisphere nations because of ongoing restrictions on international travel during the coronavirus pandemic.The sport’s international governing body issued a statement Friday saying the mid-year test window will be rescheduled when cross-border travel and quarantine regulations are relaxed.New Zealand had been scheduled to play Wales and Scotland, Australia was set to play Ireland and Fiji and South Africa had planned to host Scotland and Georgia. World Rugby said the postponement is due “to ongoing government and health agency COVID-19 directives.” May 15, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The Russian soccer league will restart on June 21 after a break of more than three months because of the coronavirus pandemic. Associated Press The German soccer federation has delayed the restart of the men’s third-division because it doesn’t have political approval.The third division was scheduled to resume on May 26 amid the coronavirus pandemic but the federation says that can’t happen without the go-ahead from authorities around the country. Games in the first and second divisions will resume Saturday.The third division still has 11 rounds of games to play.The pandemic has put several third-division clubs under strain.Leader MSV Duisburg has financial problems and second-place Waldhof Mannheim told local newspapers on Thursday that it stopped training because it doesn’t have coronavirus tests. More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 The Latest: Russian soccer league to resume on June 21 ___Aussie rules football will kick off again on June 11, with the second round of the Australian Football League to be played almost three months after the competition was suspended because of the coronavirus pandemic.Australian Football League chief executive Gillon McLachlan on Friday announced the matches for the next four rounds of the condensed season would be released within 10 days. The AFL, Australia’s most-watched sports league in terms of attendance and TV audience, was suspended on March 22 after one round.Quarantine requirements and travel restrictions from some states means players and staff from the four AFL clubs from Western Australia and South Australia — the West Coast Eagles, Fremantle Dockers, Adelaide Crows and Port Adelaide — will be temporarily be relocated to hubs on the Gold Coast, an hour south of Brisbane. ___ The league intends to pack eight rounds of games into just over one month to finish on July 22. League president Sergei Pryadkin says all games will be held in empty stadiums.The Russian Cup will also continue with the final on July 25. That means some clubs face up to 11 games to finish the season.A planned promotion-relegation playoff has been dropped with only the bottom two clubs in the top division relegated automatically as usual.The league has also adopted a rule change allowing up to five substitutions per match.___last_img read more