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N.J. system to move heart attack victims to best hospitals studied

first_imgZucker’s group, representing the state’s 1,200 cardiologists, is already spearheading a program to reduce so-called “door-to-balloon time,” which refers to how long it takes an arriving heart attack patient to receive an angioplasty, a surgical technique in which a balloon is inserted into a blocked artery and inflated to help restore blood flow. Jacobs acknowledged that moving to a regional system of heart attack care will not be welcomed by all institutions. Cardiac care is a lucrative and highly competitive field in New Jersey and some hospitals could see a loss of revenue under such a plan. The proposal, discussed yesterday during a New Brunswick conference, is bound to create controversy because it will also result in ambulances bypassing hospitals to get to a facility deemed more capable of treating heart attack patients. A state-commissioned report due out soon will focus on where improvements can be made during the pre-hospital phase of care. Under the system proposed yesterday, hospitals that qualify would be given designations of Level I, II and III, based on the level of care available to heart attack patients. Level I would be the highest designation and would be reserved for those hospitals – there are now 18 – with both on-site cardiac surgery and angioplasty capability. “Cardiac care is important but does not exist in a vacuum and we can’t put general medical care at risk,” said Mark Zucker, president of the New Jersey Chapter of the American College of Cardiology, a conference co-sponsor. “New Jersey doesn’t now have a system per se,” said William A. Tansey 3d, a member of the board of directors of the American Heart Association and a cardiologist at Overlook Hospital in Summit. “I think this will happen at a very brisk pace now.” Newark, N.J. When Gov. Jon Corzine suffered life-threatening injuries in a Garden State Parkway crash last month, emergency personnel bypassed closer hospitals to fly him to a Level I trauma center in Camden where they believed he would get optimal care. “In the Governor’s (trauma) case, the risk of the extra time was deemed to be worth it,” said State Health Commissioner Fred Jacobs, referring to what he described as Corzine’s “miraculous” recovery at Camden’s Cooper University Hospital after breaking his left thigh, 11 ribs, collarbone and sternum. “There are systems that work. We have the facilities and we have the manpower,” said Charles Dennis, chairman of Jacob’s Cardiovascular Health Advisory Panel and director of the catheterization lab at Virtua Memorial Hospital in Mt. Laurel. He urged the cardiologists in attendance to lay aside turf issues to ensure patients get the best care. Both association and New Jersey officials are targeting patients who suffer the worst and most easily recognizable type of heart attacks, known as STEMI, or ST-elevation myocardial infarction. Regional systems for heart attack care already are in place in areas of Maryland, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Minnesota. The New Jersey proposal was reinforced yesterday by the American Heart Association, which announced its own grassroots initiative to improve access to angioplasty for heart attack patients. “If you can’t put the whole package together, from the patient’s perspective, then who cares?” said Harlan Krumholz, a Yale University professor of medicine, epidemiology and public health. A total of 42 New Jersey hospitals are licensed to provide emergency angioplasty, but don’t offer cardiac bypass surgery. These hospitals would be given designations of Level II or Level III, depending on factors like whether they perform angioplasty or have such services as a dedicated care unit for heart patients or around-the-clock anesthesia available. New Jersey cardiac experts are now looking at creating a similar system for heart attack patients, saying they sometimes languish at hospitals lacking the resources to provide quick assessment and life-saving interventions like angioplasty. last_img read more

NASCAR Diversity Internship Program welcomes largest class since inception

first_imgKevin JosephNASCAR Research & DevelopmentCalifornia Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo Name Julia SiguenzaNASCAR BroadcastTowson University University Maxwell MirandaNASCAR LicensingMercer University Ariel CavazosISC LegalFlorida A&M University College of Law Brijea DanielRichard Childress RacingUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Nikhaule ChandlerMotor Racing NetworkNorth Carolina A&T State University Kushagra PandeyNASCAR Analytics & InsightsGeorge Washington University Chandler ColeyRoush Fenway RacingUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Nealyn LeeNASCAR FinanceBethune-Cookman University Darwin PattersonNASCAR Digital MediaUniversity of Florida Maria AlemanNASCAR Research & DevelopmentNorth Carolina State University Ivana ValdezNASCAR Green-Hotels for HopeUniversity of Texas Zachary HernandezChicagoland SpeedwayLewis University Asia HirschensonISC Partnership MarketingEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical University Claudia ZapataNASCAR FoundationUniversity of the Incarnate Word Department Carlena NeelyToyotaUniversity of North Carolina at Greensboro Kenneth LeeTalladega SuperspeedwayTuskegee Universitycenter_img Brandon EscamillaNASCAR Driver MarketingTexas Southern University Hyleah O’QuinnNASCAR Green InnovationUniversity of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law Olivia MessineoNASCAR Digital MediaSUNY Cortland Genesis AcostaNASCAR & ISC Human ResourcesEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical University Isaiah WrightRichmond RacewayVirginia State University DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The NASCAR Diversity Internship Program (NDIP) will welcome its largest class in program history during 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race weekend, NASCAR® announced today.More than 30 top students from across the country have arrived in Charlotte for orientation at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the NASCAR Hall of Fame and other racing venues before attending the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race on May 19 (8 p.m. ET on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, channel 90). Following orientation, the interns will officially begin the 10-week, paid program.Since its inception in 2000, NDIP has offered a select group of students from diverse backgrounds a unique hands-on experience in the motorsports industry. The program has grown to include several industry partners and continues to provide career opportunities for multicultural students as one of the premier internships in sports.“NASCAR is committed to enhancing diversity both on and off the track and the NASCAR Diversity Internship Program has opened doors for hundreds of students to explore a career in motorsports,” said Paula Miller, NASCAR senior vice president and chief human resources officer. “Many of our interns have been hired as full-time employees and now are helping to lead NASCAR into the future — a great testament to the value and success of NDIP.”Among the notable NDIP alumni are Brandon Thompson, managing director of the NASCAR Touring Series, and Jusan Hamilton, who last year became the first African American to serve as race director for a NASCAR national series event. Hamilton also oversees the NASCAR Drive for Diversity driver and crew member development programs.Erica Wilkerson, another NDIP alum, now works in youth marketing at NASCAR and manages NASCAR Acceleration Nation, the sport’s first national youth platform. Pedro Mojica interned with Rev Racing and the NASCAR Research and Development Center before joining International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) as a technical engineer.The 2018 NDIP class will have roles at NASCAR and program partners across the industry which include International Speedway Corporation (ISC), Toyota, Motor Racing Network (MRN) and several tracks and teams.Throughout the program, interns will interact with industry professionals at an array of networking events and lunch-and-learns led by NASCAR executives. The interns will also have access to mentors and NDIP alumni currently working at the sanctioning body and partner organizations.Many of the interns will participate in their first NASCAR experience during Monster Energy NASCAR All- Star Race weekend. The experience will include guided tours of the NASCAR R&D Center, MRN studios and Roush Fenway Racing.The interns will also meet Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series™ driver and NASCAR Drive for Diversity graduate Darrell Wallace Jr., the highest placing African-American driver in DAYTONA 500 history.NDIP is open to sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate-level college students and offers hands-on experience with one of the top sports industries in the country. The internship provides opportunities to multicultural students from all majors with a minimum grade point average of 3.0.The 2018 NASCAR Diversity Internship Program class includes: Taylor HarrisGateway Motorsports ParkHampton University Sally ChungISC FinanceEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical University Henry LanearKansas SpeedwayRice University Zue Lopez DiazNASCAR Public AffairsFlorida International University Kirby PaulsonNASCAR Integrated Marketing Comms.Quinnipiac University Jorge JonesNASCAR Hispanic & Youth MarketingUniversity of the Incarnate Word Steven SosaISC Digital & Interactive CommunicationsUniversity of Central Florida Malaney SandersNASCAR Weekly & TouringUniversity of Arkansas Jay PatelNASCAR ProductionsUniversity of North Carolina at Charlotte Sonya PatelNASCAR LegalUniversity of California, Hastings College of the Law Lucia ZapataDaytona International SpeedwayUniversity of Central Florida Grant FlotoMichigan International SpeedwayUniversity of Michiganlast_img read more

Trey Anastasio Announces Free 8-Week Livestream Residency, ‘The Beacon Jams’ [Watch]

first_imgThe Phish guitarist’s The Beacon Jams will also collect donations to benefit Phish non-profit The WaterWheel Foundation and its new Divided Sky Fund (DSF). The proceeds generated will be used to deliver help to those affected by addiction and help further plans to open a treatment center in Vermont.Related: Some Educated Guesses About Trey Anastasio’s Mysterious ‘Beacon Jams’“When we thought about playing the Beacon, I was reminded of the meaning of the word,” Anastasio explains along with the announcement. “A beacon is a beam of light, often from a lighthouse, which sends it out to sailors who are lost at sea and all alone. They look for the beacon and it guides them home.”“I’ve been sober for 13 years,” Anastasio says, “It’s a great blessing in my life. We started talking about the idea of a treatment center about a year ago. I was worried that the project would get derailed because of the pandemic but it didn’t – it actually picked up steam; things are really rolling along now. The Beacon Jams emerged as a way to raise money for it while also allowing me to play for the fans again.”“Sometimes gifts come wrapped in strange packages,” Trey adds. “A lot of this is thanks to Twitch and our friends and family at MSG Entertainment. When the idea to do these benefits was born, everybody at MSG Entertainment jumped in and partnered with us and the Divided Sky Fund, which is very kind of them. This is an opportunity for forward motion.”Trey Anastasio – The Beacon Jams – Teaser Video[Video: Trey Anastasio]The Beacon Jams, presented by MSG Entertainment, marks the first-ever virtual residency by the firm, which own Madison Square Garden and the Beacon Theatre, among other venues which Anastasio has frequented with his various touring acts over the years.Related: Trey Anastasio Band Welcomes Page McConnell At Beacon Theatre Comeback Show [Video]“We’re thrilled to be able to partner with Trey on this very special and first-ever virtual residency at the Beacon Theatre to benefit two immensely important causes – the Divided Sky Fund and the WaterWheel Foundation,” said Darren Pfeffer, executive vice president, MSG Entertainment. “As we navigate the live music scene through this socially distant world, we couldn’t think of a more natural way to bring live music to so many fans for such a great cause. Trey’s connection not only with the Beacon Theatre, but with all our venues over the years, including Madison Square Garden, The Chicago Theatre, and Radio City Music Hall, have made this unique concept a perfect partnership.”“We could not be more excited to be part of this amazing partnership with Trey Anastasio and MSG Entertainment to help raise donations for such worthy causes,” said Will Farrell-Green, Head of Music Content at Twitch. “Twitch offers the same intimate experience that artists and their audiences have come to expect from live shows. Over the course of this virtual residency, fans of Trey and Phish will be able to attend performances from anywhere in the world, while feeling like they are right in the front row of the Beacon.”While his 2020 tours were axed along with the rest of the industry, Trey Anastasio has been keeping plenty busy amid the ongoing pandemic. In addition Phish’s new album, Sigma Oasis, Trey also released a quarantine solo LP, Lonely Trip, and served as the first musical guest to perform in-studio on a late-night talk show post-Covid when he performed with The Roots on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. He also performed a short acoustic set in Central Park as part of the CityParks virtual SummerStage Jubilee last month and released a new Trey Anastasio Band live album, Burn It Down. Trey Anastasio has announced The Beacon Jams, an eight-week virtual residency to be streamed for free exclusively on Twitch, live from New York City’s historic Beacon Theatre every Friday at 8:00 p.m. ET from October 9th through November 27th. The Beacon Jams will welcome no live audiences and will feature both acoustic and electric performances as well as home audience interaction and an array of surprises. Tune in to The Beacon Jams with Trey Anastasio via Twitch here. The first show on Friday, October 9th will also air on SiriusXM Phish Radio.last_img read more

Dental Care

first_imgThe Washington State Department of Health website, www.doh.wa.gov, is a useful place to start in finding a dentist with its provider credential search. Visit https://tinyurl.com/ycmrhpnt and select “Health care provider” to verify a dentist, hygienist or dental assistant. You can also seek referrals from people you know who’ve had dental care in the area.Consider the following to find the best dentist for your needs.Are the dentist’s office hours convenient for your schedule?Is the dental office close to your home or office?How are dental emergencies handled?Does the office appear to be clean and well organized?Is the staff helpful and friendly?What are the dental office’s financial policies and how is insurance handled?A good relationship with your dentist is essential to good oral health care. So take your time and choose one that you and your family feel comfortable with.The Oral Health Program of the Washington State Department of Health can give you tips for oral health and low-cost dental care. Visit its website at www.doh.wa.gov/YouandYourFamily/OralHealth.last_img read more

Ruth Wilson, Jayne Houdyshell & More Join Glenda Jackson for King Lear

first_img Russell Harvard Pedro Pascal Show Closed This production ended its run on June 9, 2019 Related Shows King Lear Ruth Wilson Talented stage and screen stars have been tapped to join Tony, Oscar and Emmy winner Glenda Jackson in the previously announced production of William Shakespeare’s King Lear. Ruth Wilson, Jayne Houdyshell, Elizabeth Marvel and Pedro Pascal are set to join the cast. It has also been announced that Sam Gold will direct; Deborah Warner directed Jackson when she previously played the role in England to great acclaim. The show will begin previews on February 28, 2019 and open on April 4 at the Golden Theatre. The limited engagement is scheduled to run through July 7.Keeping up with the trend of gender-blind casting, The Affair’s Ruth Wilson will take on both the roles of the monarch’s daughter Cordelia and the King’s fool. Tony winner Houdyshell is set to play the traditionally male role of the Earl of Gloucester. Game of Thrones and Narcos star Pascal will play the Earl’s illegitmate son Edmund. House of Cards alum Marvel will play Lear’s scheming daughter Goneril.Also joining the cast are Aisling O’Sullivan as Regan, Lear’s other daughter and Carousel’s John Douglas Thompson as the Earl of Kent. Also among the principals will be Sean Carvajal as Edgar, Dion Johnstone as the Duke of Albany, Matthew Maher as Oswald and Russell Harvard as the Duke of Cornwall. Additional casting will be announced at a later date.Though she has numerous onscreen credits, Wilson is known for her performances in Luther and The Affair. Her film credits include Anna Karenina, The Lone Ranger, Saving Mr. Banks, Suite Française, Locke, I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House and Dark River. She is a three-time Olivier Award nominee and two-time winner, earning the Best Actress for the titular role in Anna Christie and Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Stella Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire.Houdyshell won a 2016 Tony Award for The Humans. She was also Tony-nominated for Follies, Well and A Doll’s House, Part 2. Houdyshell’s off-Broadway credits include Coraline, True Love, Much Ado About Nothing, The Pain and the Itch, The Receptionist and The Language Archive.Known for roles in Game of Thrones and Narcos, Pascal as also appeared on the New York stage in off-Broadway productions, including Much Ado About Nothing, Maple and Vine, Sand, Some Men and more. Marvel has appeared on The District and House of Cards. Her numerous Broadway credits include Picnic, Other Desert Cities, Top Girls, Seascape, An American Daughter, Taking Sides, Saint Joan and The Seagull.King Lear is set to include an original score composed by Philip Glass, set design by Miriam Buether, costumes by Ann Roth, lighting by Jane Cox and sound by Scott Lehrer. John Douglas Thompson Ruth Wilson & Jayne Houdyshell(Photo: Bruce Glikas & Emilio Madrid-Kuser)center_img Star Files Aisling O’Sullivan Jayne Houdyshell Elizabeth Marvel View Comments Glenda Jackson View All (8)last_img read more

Culturalist Challenge! Rank the Top 10 Shondaland Stars Who Should Come to Broadway

first_img The Broadway.com staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic to rank.Happy Friday, Broadway fans! This weekend is going to be an exciting one: American Son, starring Kerry Washington, officially opens at the Booth Theatre on November 4. Less than a week later, her Scandal co-star Tony Goldwyn will return to Broadway in Network. Scandal’s Katie Lowes and her hubby (and Scandal guest star) Adam Shapiro just concluded their run in Waitress as Dawn and Ogie, respectively. So, we’re wondering which other Shondaland star should head to the Great White Way, be it in a spectacular debut or a triumphant return? You know what to do: grab a big bowl of popcorn, a glass of red wine and rank the stars you want to see on Broadway. Broadway.com Social Media Manager Caitlyn Gallip got this challenge started with her top 10. Now it’s your turn!STEP 1—SELECT: Visit Culturalist to see all of your options. Highlight your 10 favorites.STEP 2—RANK & PUBLISH: Click “rearrange list” to order your selections. Click the “publish” button.Once your list is published, you can see the overall rankings of everyone on the aggregate list.Pick your favorites, then tune in for the results next week on Broadway.com! Alfred Enoch, Sandra Oh & Ellen Pompeo(Photos: Getty Images & Emilio Madrid-Kuser; Composite by Ryan Casey for Broadway.com) View Commentslast_img read more

Dustin Hoffman to Star in Broadway Revival of Our Town in 2021

first_imgDustin Hoffman(Photo: Alberto Pizzoli/AFP/Getty Images) Our Town Dustin Hoffman Star Files View Comments Thornton Wilder’s classic play Our Town is getting a Broadway revival starring two-time Oscar winner Dustin Hoffman as the Stage Manager in 2021. To Kill a Mockingbird director Bartlett Sher will helm the production, which is being produced by Scott Rudin. Exact dates for will be announced later.Hoffman has not appeared on Broadway since playing Shylock in The Merchant of Venice in 1989, a performance for which he received a Tony nomination. His Broadway credits also include Death of a Salesman, All Over Town, Jimmy Shine, The Subject Was Roses and A Cook for Mr. General. Hoffman’s extensive list of screen credits include The Graduate, Rain Man, Tootsie, All the President’s Men and Kramer vs. Kramer. He won Academy Awards for Kramer vs. Kramer and Rain Man. He won an Emmy Award for Volker Schlöndorff’s 1985 television adaptation of Death of a Salesman, co-starring his Broadway revival castmates Kate Reid, John Malkovich and Stephen Lang.Wilder’s most renowned and frequently performed play, Our Town is a Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about life in the small village of Grover’s Corners, an allegorical representation of all life. This will be the fifth Broadway revival of the production since it first bowed in 1938.Additional casting will be announced later. As previously reported, Broadway theaters remain shut down due to the COVID-19 crisis. Related Showslast_img read more

CCJ Takes Lead in Assisting Justice Sector To Adjust to COVID-19 Pandemic

first_img(Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Caribbean Court of Justice Press Release) The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) (last week) convened a meeting of key personnel in judiciaries, prosecutorial services, state agencies and bar associations throughout the Caribbean in an effort to assess challenges and needs arising from the new paradigm produced by the COVID-19 pandemic. Six Eastern Caribbean countries deemed safe for travel – CDC President of the CCJ, the Honourable Mr. Justice Adrian Saunders, opened the meeting by welcoming the gathering that included seven regional Heads of Judiciary, six Directors of Public Prosecutions and several Court Registrars, Bar Association Presidents and other legal and technicalprofessionals. The conference was co-facilitated by the CCJ President and Mr. Peter Bracegirdle of Global Affairs Canada (GAC), a consultant with the Canadian-funded JURIST project. A significant role in organising the event was also played by APEX, a non-profit agency established by the CCJ in 2017 to provide technology-enabled solutions and training to improve the region’s justice delivery sector. Oct 15, 2020 Oct 15, 2020 CCJ is 15 todayThe Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) observes its 15th anniversary today. The Court, which is headquartered in Trinidad and Tobago, was inaugurated in 2005. The Court has an original jurisdiction and an appellate jurisdiction. Since its inauguration in 2005, the Court has worked on the premise that it is more…April 16, 2020In “CARICOM”CCJ issues record number of judgments in 2018(Caribbean Court of Justice Press Release) During 2018, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) issued 34 judgments and reasons for decision, its highest number of judgments delivered in a calendar year since it began its operations in 2005. Throughout that period, the CCJ also heard 28 new matters in both…December 5, 2018In “CARICOM”Mr. Justice Adrian Saunders chosen as next CCJ PresidentPort of Spain, Trinidad – The Honourable Mr. Justice Adrian Dudley Saunders, a citizen of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has been appointed as the incoming President of the Caribbean Court of Justice with effect from July 4, 2018. The Heads of Government of CARICOM made the appointment at its last meeting, held in…March 12, 2018In “CARICOM”Share this on WhatsApp More deaths from COVID-19 recorded in CARICOM countries,… Oct 16, 2020 Co-sponsoring the meeting were the JURIST Project, the CCJ Academy for Law and the Caribbean Association of Judicial Officers. The virtual meeting was attended by more than 100 participants across 22 countries and was hailed as a success by attendees. Many of the participants expressed a desire for follow-up regional collaborations. For more information please contact:The Public Education & Communications UnitTel: (868) 623-2225 exts. 2296, 2246Email: pecu@ccj.org Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… CMO says Saint Lucia at critical stage of COVID-19 outbreak In the first session, the attendees engaged in a discussion of the challenges faced in their jurisdictions by judicial officers, court staff, attorneys and other court users. Issues discussed included health challenges, particularly of court staff but also of court users who are not able to conduct their affairs remotely, either owing to the nature of the services required or the absence or unavailability of desired technology. The gathering noted the challenges in ensuring a) efficient, accessible and effective justice for all court customers; and b) the health and safety of all who work in and use the services provided by the justice sector. At present, four states access the Court in its Appellate Jurisdiction, these being Barbados, Belize, Dominica and Guyana. However, by signing and ratifying the Agreement Establishing the Caribbean Court of Justice, Member States of the Community have demonstrated a commitment to making the CCJ their final court of appeal. The Court is the realisation of a vision of our ancestors, an expression of independence and a signal of the region’s coming of age. The latter two sessions focused on solutions that have been implemented in various jurisdictions and the lessons learned from these, as well as the needs that have become apparent in addressing the uncertainty that lies ahead. Participants benefited from hearing measures that have been implemented in other jurisdictions, such as those enabling the conduct of trials in Magistrates’ or Parish courts. In its Original Jurisdiction, the CCJ is critical to the CSME and all 12 Member States which belong to the CSME (including their citizens, businesses, and governments) can access the Court’s Original Jurisdiction to protect their rights under the RTCIn its Appellate Jurisdiction, the CCJ is the final court of appeal for criminal and civil matters for those countries in the Caribbean that alter their national Constitutions to enable the CCJ to perform that role. Oct 16, 2020 The meeting served as a significant first step in combining ideas and efforts across the Caribbean to meet the needs of those working in the justice sector and those seeking to avail themselves of its services. Going forward, the CCJ intends to continue working with its partners and the stakeholders in each of these jurisdictions to ensure that we are all stronger and better positioned to serve our constituents, even when COVID-19 is in our rear view. You may be interested in… The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) was inaugurated in Port of Spain, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago on 16 April 2005 and presently has a Bench of seven judges presided over by CCJ President, the Honourable Mr Justice Adrian Saunders. The CCJ has an Original and an Appellate Jurisdiction and is effectively, therefore, two courts in one. In its Original Jurisdiction, it is an international court with exclusive jurisdiction to interpret and apply the rules set out in the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas (RTC) and to decide disputes arising under it. The RTC established the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME). St. Lucia records more cases of COVID About the Caribbean Court of Justicelast_img read more

Cavagna hit by rising raw material cost

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Newbuild MR2 Product Tanker Nave Titan Delivered

first_imgNavios Maritime Acquisition Corporation (Navios Acquisition) has received the Nave Titan, a new building MR2 product tanker vessel of 49,999 dwt. The vessel was delivered on June 10, 2013 from Dae Sun Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Ltd., South Korean.Vessel Particulars:LOA (m) / 183.0Draft (m) / 13.076Beam (m) / 32.242Cubic Capacity @ 98% incl slops 52,593 cbmVessel Type MR2 Chemical/Product TankerClass / NKKEstablished in 1945, Dae Sun Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Ltd. has since played an important role in the medium shipbuilding industry in Korea. Situated at the center of the port of Busan, which provides optimum geographical advantages the shipyard has built over 480 ships of various types.[mappress]Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, June 13, 2013last_img read more