Measuring 6.6 m x 2.55 m x 3.5 m, the transformers arrived at the port on board a vessel operated by Maersk Line.The cargoes, secured on flatracks, were subseqently loaded directly on to lowbed trailers for onward transportation to the job site.Upon arrival at the project site, JSL Global was also responsible for the installation of the transformers using a 250-ton (226.8-tonne) capacity mobile crane.www.jsl-global.net
INNOTRANS: More than two-thirds of the 31 rail associations which will be represented at InnoTrans 2016 will be representing countries outside Germany, organiser Messe Berlin has announced, with organisations coming to Berlin from as far away as the USA, Taiwan and Japan. Industrial associations account for 18 of these organisations. Plataforma Ferroviária Portuguesa will be making its first appearance at InnoTrans this year, joining German rail industry association VDB, Europe’s UNIFE, the Swissrail Industry Association and the Chung-Hwa Railway Industry Development Association. ‘Most of our Taiwanese exhibitors are from the railway technology segment’, explained Hung-Ping Wang of CRIDA. ‘As the world’s leading trade show for transport technology, InnoTrans provides our companies with the ideal platform for presenting their products globally, as well as for establishing invaluable contacts with customers.’ Japan Overseas Railway System Association director Shinji Sayama agreed that InnoTrans offers ‘a golden opportunity for JORSA members to introduce the latest Japanese railway technology and high-quality products and components to potential customers worldwide.’Railway Gazette is the only official international media partner for InnoTrans 2016.
This isn’t how the season was supposed to begin for the Eagles. Finally having Carson Wentz back under center, fully healthy, this was supposed to be a team that was battling for NFC East supremacy. Instead, three games, the Eagles find themselves staring at a 1-2 record after losing games to the Falcons and Lions by a combined seven points after opening the season with a 32-27 win against the Redskins. The road to righting the ship doesn’t get any easier on Thursday when Philadelphia heads to Lambeau Field to face the 3-0 Packers led by future Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers to kick off the NFL’s Week 4 schedule. Below is all the info you need to watch “Thursday Night Football” in Week 4, including the kickoff time, TV channel and a full TNF schedule for 2019.MORE: Watch Eagless vs. Packers live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Who plays on Thursday Night Football tonight?Philadelphia Eagles vs. Green Bay PackersKickoff time: 8:20 p.m. ETThough the Packers have not been off to the offensive start they are typically used to, Green Bay finds itself atop the NFC North thanks to a suffocating defense that has yet to allow more than 16 points in a game. It limited the Bears to just a field goal on the first “Thursday Night Football” game of the year before holding the Vikings and Broncos to just 16 points a piece in the subsequent home games that followed. That’s not to say Rodgers has been holding the team back. Quite the contrary. The 35-year-old signal-caller has a mistake-less season to this point, having completed 57 of 93 passes for four touchdowns and 647 passing yards without an interception.Wentz could be one of the first major challenges for this defense, however. While he, unlike Rodgers, has thrown a pair of interceptions, he has 803 passing yards and six touchdowns on 72 of 118 passing. He’s also rushed 11 times for 41 yards, including a touchdown. He has been bolstered by a stout group of running backs that already nearly has two 100-yard rushing backs in Miles Sanders (106 yards on 34 carries) and Jordan Howard (99 yards on 25 carries). According to Sportsbook Review, the Packers are 4 1/2-point favorites against the visiting Eagles with an over/under of 45.MORE: Full betting preview for Eagles vs. PackersWhat channel is Thursday Night Football on?TV channel (national): NFL Network, FoxTV channel (Philadelphia): WTXFTV channel (Green Bay): WLUKLive stream: fuboTV, Amazon PrimeThursday night broadcast rights are shared between Fox, NFL Network and Amazon Prime in 2019, so you’ll be able to find games on those channels every week. You can also stream TNF games on fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial. Thursday night games on Fox will be called by its lead broadcast team of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman, sideline reporter Erin Andrews, Kristina Pink and rules analyst Mike Pereira. Andrea Kramer and Hannah Storm are the voices for Amazon Prime’s broadcasts.MORE: What’s wrong with the Eagles? Six causes for concernThursday Night Football TV schedule for 2019All “Thursday Night Football” games start at 8:20 p.m. ET.WeekDateMatchupTV channel4Sept. 26Eagles at PackersFox, NFLN, Prime, fuboTV5Oct. 3Rams at SeahawksFox, NFLN, Prime, fuboTV6Oct. 10Giants at PatriotsFox, NFLN, Prime, fuboTV7Oct. 17Chiefs at BroncosFox, NFLN, Prime, fuboTV8Oct. 24Redskins at VikingsFox, NFLN, Prime, fuboTV9Oct. 3149ers at CardinalsFox, NFLN, Prime, fuboTV10Nov. 7Chargers at RaidersFox, NFLN, Prime, fuboTV11Nov. 14Steelers at BrownsFox, NFLN, Prime, fuboTV12Nov. 21Colts at TexansFox, NFLN, Prime, fuboTV14Dec. 5Cowboys at BearsFox, NFLN, Prime, fuboTV15Dec. 12Jets at RavensFox, NFLN, Prime, fuboTV