Minimizer has announced the addition of two new territory managers – Northeastern Territory Manager Kyle Hamm and West Territory Manager Royce Johnson.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement“Kyle has spent time as a route driver and more recently as head of fleet maintenance for a large wholesale distributor in the Eastern region of the U.S.,” said Greg Renberg, Minimizer senior director of sales. “This experience gives Kyle unique insight into what drivers are looking for in terms of keeping them productive while operating their vehicles. It also gives us a clue in how fleets need to be efficient in maintaining their vehicles.”Hamm’s territory includes New York, New Jersey, Maine, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Vermont.Johnson is based in the San Francisco area, and brings valuable experience to his role with Minimizer.“Royce’s experience is critical as we continue to develop this large business area for Minimizer,” said Renberg. “His history with current and potential new customers in this territory will help us deepen our relationships with customers in this region of the U.S.”Johnson’s territory includes California, Nevada, Arizona and Hawaii.Both Hamm and Johnson started at Minimizer in mid-March. To contact them, visit minimizer.com.
A solicitor is among six people who have been charged with criminal offences in relation to the 1989 Hillsborough disaster and its aftermath, the Crown Prosecution Service announced today.Peter Metcalf acted for South Yorkshire Police during the Taylor inquiry and the first inquests. He is charged with doing acts with intent to pervert the course of public justice relating to material changes made to witness statements.The CPS says Metcalf was instructed by Municipal Mutual Insurance to represent the interests of the force at the Taylor Inquiry and in any civil litigation that might result from the Hillsborough disaster. According to the CPS statement, he reviewed the accounts provided by the officers and made suggestions for alterations, deletions and amendments. The CPS alleges these were directly relevant to the Salmon letter issued by the Taylor Inquiry and for which there appears to be no justification.Also charged are:David Duckenfield, who was the Match Commander for South Yorkshire Police on the day of the disaster;Graham Henry Mackrell, who was Sheffield Wednesday Football Club’s company secretary and safety officer at the time of the disaster in 1989;Former Chief Superintendent Donald Denton of South Yorkshire Police;Former Detective Chief Inspector Alan Foster of South Yorkshire Police;Norman Bettison, a former officer with South Yorkshire Police and subsequently Chief Constable of Merseyside and West Yorkshire Police.All defendants except Duckenfield will appear at Warrington Magistrates’ Court on 9 August.Sue Hemming, head of the CPS special crime and counter terrorism division, said: ‘Criminal proceedings have now commenced and the defendants have a right to a fair trial. It is extremely important that there should be no reporting, commentary or sharing of information online which could in any way prejudice these proceedings.’According to the Law Society’s Find a Solicitor service, Metcalf was admitted as a solicitor in June 1977 and now works as a locum.The Gazette called Metcalf’s office and was told he has no comment to make about Hillsborough.An SRA spokesperson said: ‘We are aware of the CPS’s statement. We continue to work closely with other authorities involved in this matter. We will now await the conclusion of this case before deciding on appropriate action.’
Michael Rodgers Click to comment KANSAS CITY– The Indians will travel to Kansas City to take on the Royals to finish out the month of August and their seven game road trip. After a four-game split (losing the last two) against the Boston Red Sox, the Tribe will look to continue their dominance against the Royals and stellar road play since the beginning of July.Time: 8:15pmPitching Matchup: Mike Clevinger (9-7, 3.25 ERA) vs. Brad Keller (6-5, 3.32 ERA)TV: STOOnline: MLB.TVRadio: WTAM 1100 AM, WMMS 100.7 FM, Indians Radio NetworkHere’s three things to look forward to in tonight’s game. Pages: 1 2 3 4 Related TopicsClevelandCleveland IndiansKansas City RoyalsMLB Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.