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  • Ofertë pune në Durrës/ Kërkohen kontrollore teknike konfeksionesh, ja kriteret

    Një kompani italiane mode, me seli në Durrës, kërkon të punësojë dy kontrollore teknike konfeksionesh. Puna konsiston në kontrollin e cilësisë së konfeksioneve, për defekte apo devijime nga standardet e kërkuara. Preferohet që kandidatet të kenë njohuri të plota tekniko-praktike, të kenë mbaruar shkollën profesionale për Teknik Konfeskionesh, apo të kenë mbaruar studimet universitare në Tekstil...
  • Patton Boggs to Pay $15 million to settle fraud allegations

    By Jennifer Smith May 7, 2014 6:20 p.m. ET   12 may 2014 - Patton Boggs LLP has agreed to pay Chevron Corp. $15 million to settle a bitter feud over the law firm's role in a disputed $9.5 billion environmental verdict against the oil giant. The proposed settlement is a significant reversal for the Washington, D.C., firm, a well-known lobbying powerhouse whose revenue has slid in recent years....
  • A German ex-jail bird grabs a terminal concession in Albanian port of Durres

    Durres, 28 february 2014 - The economic growth of the impoverished Albania was heavily based on easy term credits and outright grants as well as the remittances of the Albanian migrant workers (one fifth of the population). The economic crises caused a drying down of grants a easy term loans and a shrinking of the remittance money. FDI(Foreign Direct Investments) REMAINED THE ONLY WAY OUT. The...
  • Albania Addressing concerns about food safety

    By Erl Murati Albania is increasing the number of inspections to identify street vendors whose food lacks required sanitary standards and is making some customers ill, officials said. “In January 2014, hundreds of inspections were carried out throughout the country, and measures were undertaken against the entities that did not meet proper hygienic-sanitary conditions. We closed the fish market...
  • Stream provides update on status of Delvina gas field development

    The hydraulic rig for drilling of the D34H1 gas well arrived at the Durres port in Albania at the end of January 2014. Over the past few months, Stream completed all preparatory work at the wellsite, including the necessary local support facilities. Stream reopened the Delvina D12 well in mid-2013 to commence production and gas sales following completion of the first stage of the thermal power...
  • Albania's PM plans to upgrade Port of Durres customs

    Durres 27 January 2014 - Albania's Prime Rama conducted another unannounced inspection of Customs Durres. The Prime Minister, accompanied by the Director General of Customs Elisa Spiropali without closely unacceptable conditions in which they served Albanian and foreign businesses in two tin kiosks. Customs Durres is one of the most important customs in the country regarding the weight that it...
  • Albanian police seizes 450 kg cannabis sativa in Durres

    DURRES, January 23,2014 -- Albanian Harbor Police forces in cooperation with anti-drugs section in Durres announced Thursday they have seized last night nearly 450 kilos of cannabis sativa, hidden on a Macedonian trailer. Official sources from the regional police department reported that the narcotic substance was found hidden in the trailer driven by a Macedonian citizen. The vehicle loaded with...
  • Anger in Albania over Syria chemical weapons plan

    Albania 15 November 2013 - Unconfirmed reports that Albania may take in Syrian chemical weapons for disposal have provoked angry protests in the capital Tirana. Demonstrators rallied for a second day in Tirana and other cities, including Durres, for fear its port would be used to bring in the weapons. Prime Minister Edi Rama is due to make a statement shortly. France has been named as a possible...
  • Albanian art-trafficking ring broken up

    Albanian police say they have foiled an art-trafficking ring seeking to sell hundreds of works of art abroad.   Tirana 9 October 2013 - Prime Minister Edi Rama said the artworks seized - reportedly more than 1,000 - could fill an entire museum. Among them were paintings, icons and murals thought to have been taken from churches and cultural centres in south-east Albania and Macedonia. Their...
  • Durres debacle

    02 Sep 2013 - Effectively loading the result of an open tender is never a good path to realising a positive outcome for a container terminal concession, especially when the concession is awarded to a company that is a non-port operating company. But in the Albanian port of Durres first one and then a second operating partner faced difficulties working with the non-port operating company, the...
  • EMS wins Durres concession

    Newly formed port operator, EMS Albanian Port Operator (EMS APO), wholly owned subsidiary of EMS Shipping and Trader GmbH, has won the tender for the new East Terminal at the Port of Durres, Albania. The East Terminal, which has two berths with a total length of 430m, is mainly used for minerals and mineral ore, coal, scrap and other goods. EMS APO will take over the new terminal, which has been...
  • Europe Opts for Gas Pipeline Running from Azerbaijan to S. Italy

    June 27, 2013 - A European consortium aiming to build a natural gas pipeline from Azerbaijan to Western Europe has rejected a costlier, longer version called Nabucco in favor of the more modest Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project. The Austrian-led consortium seeking to supply natural gas to power-hungry Western Europe says it has chosen the proposed Trans-Adriatic Pipeline, which will run...
  • Second Damen Patrol Vessel delivered to Albanian Coast Guard

    Recently the second of a series of four Damen Stan Patrol Vessels 4207, going by the name of ‘Oriku’, has been finalized in the Pashaliman Shipyard in Vlorë (Albania) and delivered to the Albanian Coast Guard. The third Stan Patrol Vessel (SPa), called ‘Lisus’, is presently under construction. The Spa’s were ordered by the Albanian Ministry of Defence. Their main purpose is to execute patrol...
  • M/F Ankara Collides With M/V Reina 1 In Adriatic Sea

    20 OCT 2011 - Three sailors have died and five others are missing after the small Maltese registered bulk carrier Reina I (3,400 tons) sank in Albanian waters overnight after a collision with a passenger ferry. The 3,000-ton Reina 1, sailing under a Maltese flag, sank immediately after the collision in international waters with the car ferry Ankara, said police spokeswoman Ornela Cako. The crash...