POLICE LOG for July 10 Truck Broken Into Ring Lost At Soccer

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Tuesday, July 10, 2018:A Lockwood Road caller reported a tractor trailer pulled wires off of her house. Police notified Verizon. (7:48am)A 1-vehicle crash occurred on West Street involving an entrapment. Woburn Street at West Street was temporarily closed. No injuries noted. Vehicle towed. Landscaping damage down to home on West Street. (8:45am)Inbound train blocking Middlesex Avenue/Route 62 at North Wilmington station. (12:36pm)A walk-in party reported his truck was broken into sometime between June 24 and July 8 on Nassau Avenue. (1:49pm)Fire Department responded to a mulch fire at Market Basket on Main Street. (2:42pm)Police requested MassDOT be notified regarding lines on Main Street, near Wilmington Builders Supply. When road is wet, lines can’t be seen, causing traffic to drive on travel into wrong side of road. (9:39pm)A caller reported about 5 juveniles on the Yentile Farm soccer field with flashlights. Police responded. It was a group of adults on the field looking for a ring that was lost on the field during the evening game. The ring was silver with indents and symbols. (10:17pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information.  An arrest does not constitute a conviction.  Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip?Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for August 16: Man Pulled Over For Riding Lawn Mower Down Richmond St.; Grandchild Scam ReportedIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 2: Vehicle Damages Roadway; Police Called Over Suspicious BehaviorIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 5: Driver Throws Beer Bottles; Syringe Found; Woburn Man Issued Summons; Texting While DrivingIn “Police Log”last_img read more

ILFS crisis Debtladen group to sell luxury cars office furniture to raise

first_imgThe IL&FS group is facing serious liquidity crisis and has defaulted on interest payments on various debt repayments since 27 August.ReutersThe Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) are now taking desperate measures to raise the funds. In the latest attempt, the IL&FS group has put high-end cars, office furniture, electrical appliances and other assets on sale.The Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) including its various group firms have invited bids to sell 36 luxury cars, including brands like Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes Benz, Land Rover, Honda, Toyota and Skoda. The beleaguered firm has set a base price a little less than Rs.9 crore for these vehicles.Additionally, in another attempt to raise the capital, the group has also invited the bids for the lump sum sale of its used furniture and white goods on ‘as is where is’ basis at its properties in Mumbai and Kolkata.The IL&FS is going through a phase of a serious debt crisis and have defaulted on various debt repayment since late August. The IL&FS group burdened with a whopping Rs 90,000 crore debt and the default of the financial behemoth has sent cripple effect in the economy.Centre has sacked the existing board and has elected the renowned banker Uday Kotak to help the firm get out of the trouble. It is to be noted that, government-owned Life Insurance Cooperation of India (LIC) is the largest shareholder owning one-fourth of the firm’s equity, while the other shareholders include Orix Corporation of Japan, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Central Bank of India, and SBI.Recently, cash-strapped IL&FS’s move to divest renewable energy assets worth over Rs 8,000 crore has picked up pace as Uday Kotak-led board inviting expressions of interest. Multiple companies have shown their interest to take over these assets which includes Norway’s state-owned renewable energy producer Statkraft, I Squared Capital, Actis, Macquarie and the Hinduja Group.last_img read more

TPI using virtual reality technology to drive sales

first_img Posted by Devin Kinasz Wednesday, June 21, 2017 TORONTO — ‘Try before you fly’ virtual reality (VR) technology is revolutionizing the travel industry and Travel Professionals International (TPI) is leading the pack. Hundreds of TPI travel advisors have implemented the VR technology and have successfully used it to offer consumers a preview of not only destinations but also new experiences and higher-margin product.Tim Morgan, TPI Vice President and member of Virtuoso’s technology committee, says virtual reality technology is meeting a growing need: “Travel is becoming more and more experiential every day. Travellers want unique experiences in unique destinations. Explor VR is able to provide as close to a real-life preview of this uniqueness as possible.”Explor VR technology allows clients a sneak peek of what awaits them in the world, no matter where they’re travelling. “This tool is incredible for retail environments and trade shows – basically anywhere that the travel advisor directly interacts with consumers,” says Morgan. “Not only does it have the ‘wow’ factor of being cutting edge, which draws people in, but once they try it their expectations are always exceeded. The tool allows travel advisors to show their professional value, and give clients that first class experience that makes it is harder for them to go back to economy.”More news:  AMResorts has a new Sr. Dir. of Cdn. Sales & Consortia Rel’nsMorgan says he believes virtual reality will make consumers feel more comfortable in choosing destinations they’ve never been to before. “It will allow travel advisors to be seen as innovators and gatekeepers to the next generation of experiential travel. An important part of selling travel is to be able to craft a story for clients, as to how this isn’t just a trip, but rather an experience that they’ll never forget. Virtual reality only adds to that saleability.”One of TPI’s top performing travel advisors, Lois Barbour, has used the Explor VR app and headset at bridal shows to attract more clients. She finds that the VR experience creates buzz. “I like the fact that there are options available that put the client in the space of the resort experience. That is the next best thing to being there, and certainly better than photos.  As we focus on Sandals Resorts, the pre-loaded Jamaica experience is one of the best ones for us so far. It is always better for clients to have the experience (even if it’s virtual) than listen to an explanation.”More news:  CIE Tours launches first-ever River Cruise CollectionThe Explor VR technology was developed by Travelweek in an effort to help travel agencies meet their changing marketing needs.  “We’re always thinking of ways to add value for travel agents, so we thought long and hard about the future of travel marketing, and created a suite of sales tools agents could use to capture the attention of consumers,” says Devin Kinasz, Director of Digital Strategy, Travelweek. “The result of our efforts is the industry-leading Explor VR, which puts fun virtual reality destination experiences into the hands of agents and their customers.”To get more information and download the free Explor virtual reality app, go to explorvr.com/. << Previous PostNext Post >>center_img Share Tags: Explor VR, Technology, TPI, Virtual Reality, Xplr VR TPI using virtual reality technology to drive saleslast_img read more