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Parker Kittiwake win prestigious Lloyd’s List Engineering Innovation Award

On Wednesday 28th September 2016, the Lloyd’s List Global Awards were held at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London.

Hosted by Fiona Bruce and attended by 450 industry professionals, the ceremony showcases and rewards the best talent and achievements in the shipping industry over the last year. The awards are a vibrant celebration of the key players in global shipping and are recognised worldwide as a significant mark of success!

As a UK agent and Marine Master Distributor for Parker, Simplex is incredibly pleased to say that Parker Kittiwake have received the Lloyd’s List Engineering Innovation Award for their ‘Catfines Test Kit’ product!

“There is no higher accolade” said Larry Rumbol, Market Development Manager for Parker Kittiwake.

 

The Parker Kittiwake Cat Fines Test kit detects catalytic fines to prevent irreparable damage to fuel pumps, injectors, piston rings and liners. You can find out more about it on our Parker Kittiwake product page, or by visiting http://www.kittiwake.com/bunker_fuel_cat_fines.

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    Ballet trips and holidays paid for by patients who was not able to enjoy them

    She even bought the woman a 500 dress but the previous few words the woman said before she was bussed off to the theatre were smell. Covered up the cash withdrawals then told a senior carer to lie to the authorities.

    The manager had control over residents money at the Westwood Court Care Home in Winsford, Cheshire and withdrew the cash conditioned on which one had the most in the account.

    Ward sister Kate Bithell described how regarding pounds of residents money would be handed to a carer and they were told it was for money. Of the residents would be chosen to purchase the staff, defined Ms Bithell.

    The one with the most money. It Charmdate.com was used for food and drink and any other outlays for the staff, She added.

    Went on holiday with several residents the year before and their cash was used to pay for our expenses.

    Would give me residents money and that will be for me and them. Would hand it to me and say get a dinner out of that. Hearing was told that two other those, Who both suffered with

    Schizophrenia, Had a shared total of 6,950 taken from their accounts.

    Ms Bithell told the headsets: Resident had breast cancer and at the end of her life.

    was basically bedbound, Frail and could not commune. Had no reason to spend unwanted expense. delivered 2,300 from her account between sept 2012 and April 2013.

    The only things the patient needed were toiletries several bought from ASDA, stated Ms Bithell.

    The same dying woman financed a trip to the ballet in Manchester even though she was unconscious inside the performance.

    Ms Bithell cited: Took them by minibus up to Manchester.

    On the trip they went for supper at Pizza Express and had a McFlurry from McDonalds, The experiencing was told.

    the individual, who had been bedbound for 12 months, Was so frail that six nurses at the home said she ought not to go.

    Had to hold her head plan my handbag and cardigan she was so slumped over, known Ms Bithell.

    Was too ill to wait the ballet and I told her Capner that, wanted to say Ms Bithell.

    Ms Bithell told the hearing that the resident had whispered smell to her as they were getting ready to leave.

    may possibly never taken her, She only agreed to be too poorly, She expressed.

    Was able to in bed in her room. Never asked for money and she wasn able to talk that she needed money she was so ill.

    The NMC panel found that favorite woman could not speak she might have wanted to go to the ballet so misconduct in relation to the trip was not found proved.

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