first_imgFrom 10 September, the Periodic Driver CPC training comes into effect, whereby all lorry drivers (with very few exemptions) will have a maximum period of five years in which to gain their full certificate in Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (DCPC) if they want to continue to drive for a living, explains Nic Allen of the Freight Transport Association (FTA).Better commercial drivers will improve road safety, which can only improve the image of businesses, including commercial bakers. Existing drivers will have to complete 35 hours of periodic training every five years, while there are special courses for new drivers.The DCPC epitomises lifelong learning, ensuring skills are maintained and developed throughout the driver’s working life. This compulsory training will cover subjects such as loading, drivers’ hours, defensive driving, and fuel consumption. The latter will no doubt interest businesses looking to extract more value from their supply chains and will help companies reduce their carbon footprint.By now, bakeries with an in-house transport function should have a plan in place to ensure the introduction of the new requirements is as smooth as possible.This may seem daunting to the under-prepared, but help is out there. For more information, contact the FTA on 08717 112222 or email [email protected]last_img read more

Carwiz as a Croatian tourist export product

first_imgAlso, as pointed out by Carwiz, negotiations are currently underway on the positioning of CARWIZ rent a car in the surrounding Caribbean islands, which, after Croatia, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Latvia, Cyprus, Morocco, Turkey, Serbia, Albania, has successfully finalized additional global brand positioning.  To date, Carwiz International has successfully placed its franchise network on the markets of Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Latvia, Cyprus, Morocco, Turkey, Serbia and Albania. Carwiza management is currently negotiating franchise cooperation with about 20 car rental companies from around the world – including the markets of Vietnam, Brazil, Russia, Malaysia, Malta, Portugal, Spain… After the car rental company Carwiz recently presented to the public the placement of franchise business on international markets, Carwiz successfully placed the franchise business of its brand on the Caribbean market, more precisely the island of St. Maarten Photo: Carwiz Carwiz u Hrvatskoj danas broji gotovo 100 zaposlenika i posluje putem online kanala prodaje te putem 13 poslovnica u svim većim gradovima i turistički značajnijim središtima u Hrvatskoj. Putem B2B kanala posluju s gotovo svim značajnijim međunarodnim turističkim emitivnim tržištima. U svega dvije godine poslovanja ostvareni su značajni rezultati, dok je u protekloj godini ostvareno preko 50 milijuna kuna prometa. Ukupan promet je u odnosu na 2017. godinu rastao za više od 100%, isto kao i broj zaposlenih. Over the past years, the Caribbean has recorded record achievements of over 30 million visitors a year. If we take into account that guests visiting the Caribbean have higher purchasing power, from the US, Canada and Europe, and that consumption in destinations grows by an average of 3% per year, then the success of Carwiz’s placement in that market is more significant. RELATED NEWS: According to Krešimir Dobrilović, director and owner of Carwiz, the company’s placement on the market of this Caribbean country was a great success. ” It is known that the Caribbean, or St. Maarten is an extremely potent tourist destination. It is a destination that has gained respect for its tourist achievements in the international arena. Our partners with whom we have completed the franchise placement process are a guarantee that the business results we expect in the coming years will be truly achieved. In addition, by strengthening the brand and promoting the available channels, we expect some more Caribbean destinations to join the Carwiz family soon . ” Više o modelu Carwiz franšize saznajte ovdje / CARWIZ BECAME A CROATIAN TOURIST EXPORT PRODUCT! THROUGH THE FRANCHISE MODEL IT IS EXPANDING TO THE GLOBAL MARKET   ili u intervjuu s vlasnikom Carwiz rent a car-a, Krešimirom Dobrilovićem dolje u prilogu.last_img read more

Serie A: ‘Nothing to lose’ Lazio topple Inter to go second behind Juve

first_img Cristiano Ronaldo was rested, but veteran defender Giorgio Chiellini returned after a long injury layoff. “Cristiano had to rest, he cannot play 75 games a year between the national team and club, we decided to let him recuperate,” said Sarri. Sarri said 35-year-old skipper Chiellini had been desperate to get onto the pitch, after nearly six months off with a cruciate knee injury. “He said it yesterday, he has made six months of sacrifices and wanted to play the last quarter of an hour, and I found myself next to him when he had already taken off his tracksuit.” The champions did not have it all their own way against Brescia, who stay second-from-bottom, seven points from safety after extending their winless run to nine games. Enrico Alfonso went off after just 10 minutes following a knock to the head, with substitute Brescia keeper Lorenzo Andrenacci pulling off some fine saves. – Mertens lifts Napoli – In Sardinia, Napoli got back to winning ways with a Dries Mertens’ 65th-minute goal sealing a 1-0 success over Cagliari. Paulo Dybala (L) and Juan Cuadrado (R) scored for Juventus against Brescia Read Also: No Ronaldo, no problem as Juventus beat Brescia The Belgian completed a give-and-go with Elseid Hysaj with the ball curling in with a deflection off the post. It was the 32-year-old’s 120th goal for Napoli, one short of Marek Hamsik’s all-time record, and five ahead of club legend Diego Maradona. “Dries is a phenomenon, a champion who makes difficult things seem simple,” said coach Gennaro Gattuso. Gattuso’s side overtake Cagliari, moving up to eighth, two points off the Europa League berths, as Cagliari drop to 11th place. Hellas Verona missed the chance to close in on fifth-placed Roma, who fell 2-1 at Atalanta on Saturday, with a goalless draw at Udinese. In the Champions League race, Atalanta are fourth, six points ahead of Roma. Verona, in sixth, occupy the final Europa League spot ahead of Parma on goal difference, but stay four points behind Roma. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 “We did what we had to do,” said Juve coach Maurizio Sarri. Promoted Content7 Theories About The Death Of Our UniverseBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Best Cars Of All TimeBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?What Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World Loading… center_img Brescia’s Mario Balotelli greets Juventus captain Giorgio Chiellini who returned after a six-month injury layoff Inter Milan’s Ashley Young (C) scored his first Serie A goal against Lazio. Lazio coach Simone Inzaghi gave warning his side are ready to fight for their first Serie A title since 2000 after moving into second in Serie A on Sunday, just one point off leaders Juventus after a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Inter Milan. Juventus reclaimed pole position thanks to Paulo Dybala and Juan Cuadrado’s goals as the Turin giants rediscovered their winning form 2-0 at home against Brescia. Lazio’s Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (L) scored the winner in the Stadio Olimpico. Inter Milan dropped from top spot to third – three points behind the eight-time reigning champions – after falling to just their second defeat of the season. “We need to stay humble and focused but I’m sure we will succeed. We have nothing to lose,” said Inzaghi. “We know that Juventus and Inter are two great teams and we will do everything to fight to the end, knowing that it will be very difficult.” In a fiery clash in the Stadio Olimpico defender Ashley Young broke through just before the break with his first Serie A goal for Inter Milan after his move from Manchester United. The 34-year-old got his foot to tap-in off a rebound after Thomas Straskosha had cleared from former Lazio player Antonio Candreva. A Stefan de Vrij foul on Ciro Immobile allowed the Serie A top scorer to slot in his 26th goal in 24 games this season, five minutes after the break. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic snatched the winner after 69 minutes amid confusion in front of goal. “We gifted Lazio two goals,” said Inter coach Antonio Conte as the northerners fell to their second defeat after Juventus in October. Lazio extended their unbeaten run to 19 games as they target their second Scudetto, with a return to Champions League football on the cards for next season. – Ronaldo rested – In Turin, Argentine forward Dybala curled in a perfect free kick six minutes before the break, shortly after Brescia’s Florian Aye was sent off for two yellow cards in quick succession. Colombian Cuadrado tapped in the second from close range after a Blaise Matuidi cross with 15 minutes to go, to get back winning after two away defeats.last_img read more