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MSC Prepares to Handle Rickmers Exposure

MSC Prepares to Handle Rickmers Exposure

first_imgzoom Container shipping giant Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) is taking steps to prepare for exposure which could emerge from Germany-based Rickmers Holding, after the company submitted an application for insolvency earlier in June.Following the announced insolvency of the Rickmers Group, MSC, which has three vessels from Rickmers under time charter, said that it is “actively monitoring the situation and is ready to act quickly should a creditor take action against any of the three vessels.”Of the three ships under charter, the MV John Rickmers, MV Sandy Rickmers, and MV MSC Florida, MSC said the latter two vessels are scheduled for redelivery to Rickmers in September 2017.The company informed that it is preparing contingency plans and will act as quickly as possible “to minimise the delays to customer’s cargo.”Nemaly, the shipping giant added that, where MSC has slot charter agreements with other shipping lines who are operating Rickmers-owned vessels and MSC has containers on board, the company “is ready to cooperate with those lines to minimise the delays to cargo if any action is taken against those vessels.”last_img read more

Irish Shipping Volumes Off to a Good Start

Irish Shipping Volumes Off to a Good Start

first_imgzoom Shipping and port activity in Ireland rose by 7% in the first quarter of 2017 when compared to the corresponding period of 2016, Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO)All five of the country’s principal freight segments saw volume increases in the first quarter of 2017. Unitised traffic, which consists of roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) and lift-on/lift-off (LoLo) traffic, continued to rise, growing by 5% when compared to the first quarter of 2016.The RoRo freight sector for the Republic of Ireland saw volume growth of 7% in the first quarter of 2017, representing the fifth consecutive quarterly increase in this freight category.Exports in the LoLo segment in Ireland rose by 6% compared to the same period a year earlier, while LoLo imports remained relatively unchanged, rising by 0.5%. Overall, LoLo traffic increased by 3% to 174,248 TEU.IMDO added that the country’s bulk traffic segment saw tonnage volumes grow by 8%, excluding transhipments, when compared to the same period last year. This was driven primarily by an 11% increase in dry bulk tonnage, as well as 10% growth in break bulk volumes, representing the largest level of dry bulk volume recorded since 2007.“The relatively large expansion in dry bulk reflects the fact that a high degree of volume fluctuation exists in this market when viewed on a quarterly basis. As for break bulk volumes, this is the largest quarter on quarter increase in this segment since Q2 2015,” according to IMDO.last_img read more

Fjord Line Orders Catamaran Ferry from Austal

Fjord Line Orders Catamaran Ferry from Austal

first_imgzoom Norwegian ferry operator Fjord Line has inked a shipbuilding contract with the Australian shipbuilder Austal Ships for a new catamaran ferry. The newbuild is intended to be put into service on Fjord Line’s route between Kristiansand (Norway) to Hirtshals (Denmark) from the season of 2020, amid three years of solid growth on the route.“The new catamaran will be the most relaxing and comfortable mode of travel, as well as being the fastest route between Norway and Denmark. With a top speed of 40 knots, the travel time will still be 2 hours and 15 minutes,” says Rickard Ternblom, CEO of Fjord Line AS. “Furthermore, the investment will make Fjord Line into a new operator within the freight segment on this corridor.”The new vessel will have a passenger capacity of 1,200 and be able to carry more than 400 passenger vehicles – both representing doubled capacity from today, the company said.Fjord Line added it would keep investing in today’s catamaran, HSC Fjord Cat, towards the summer season 2020.“We are continuously working on developing all our products and offerings from Bergen, Stavanger, Kristiansand, Langesund, and Sandefjord. That also means upgrades on today’s ships,” Ternblom commented.Based on the company’s data, from 2014 to 2016, Fjord Line grew with 26,000 passengers and 7,400 cars on the route between Kristiansand and Hirtshals. In 2016, the shipping company transported 213,000 passengers on the route, divided into 576 sailings.last_img read more

BEST Sets Box Volume Record

BEST Sets Box Volume Record

first_imgzoom Hutchison Ports’ semi-automated terminal, Barcelona Europe South Terminal (BEST), reached a new milestone on December 15 when it handled its one-millionth container move – equivalent to around 1.8 million TEU in a single calendar year.The landmark container was loaded aboard the 13,800 TEU MSC Bettina, which is operated by Switzerland-based Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC).As explained, the record is aligned with the Port of Barcelona’s containers volume growth of 33% up until November 2017.Since its opening in September 2012, BEST has achieved a Vessel Operating Rate of more than 220 moves per hour and a sustained annual average Gross Quay Crane Rate of over 40 moves per hour.Currently, the facility has eleven Post-Panamax quay cranes, all of them capable of servicing ultra-large container vessels, 48 automatic stacking cranes (ASCs) and 26 shuttle carriers operating along a berth line of 1,500 meters with a draft of 16.5 meters.BEST, the first semi-automated terminal of Hutchison Ports, is said to be the most technologically advanced port development project in Spain. It is capable of serving multiple megavessels simultaneously and has an eight-track railway facility, the biggest on-dock railway terminal of any port in the Mediterranean connecting it to traffic coming from, and destined for, Southern Europe.last_img read more

ICTSI Starts Ops at Papua New Guinea Terminal

ICTSI Starts Ops at Papua New Guinea Terminal

first_imgzoom ICTSI South Pacific International Container Terminal (SPICT) has commenced operations at the Lae Tidal Basin (LTB) in Lae, Papua New Guinea.SPICT, a subsidiary of terminal operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), recently received an approval from the PNG Government to start operations.As part of its concession agreement, SPICT will begin the transition by rolling out the terminal’s new operating system, Navis N4.The system, the first of its kind in PNG, is expected to quickly streamline the flow of information at Lae’s international container terminal and increase seaside and landside productivity levels. ICTSI South Pacific’s investment in IT systems and infrastructure is expected to exceed PGK 3 million (around USD 930,000) this year, the terminal operator said.As part of its operational ramp up, SPICT will be rolling out the system’s modules and orienting port users at Lae while handling all international cargo at the LTB and the dedicated second berth in Lae old wharf.It is expected that a full suite of modules will be operational and ready in time for the arrival of SPICT’s mobile harbor cranes (MHCs) in April. The MHCs will further boost productivity levels at Lae and deliver improved vessel handling capabilities, according to the company.“We believe that the benefits of automating processes and information flow will accrue to each and every one of the ports users very quickly. We anticipate further benefits from delivering the MHCs to the site and look forward to seeing a continuous improvement in operations at SPICT from the deployment of the TOS to achieving the first MHC move in the near term.” Christian Gonzalez, ICTSI head of Asia Pacific, commented.In 2017, ICTSI signed a 25-year terminal operations agreement with state-owned PNG Ports Corp. Limited (PNGPCL), for the Port of Lae – the largest container handling facility in PNG.last_img read more

2nd Round of Cargo Smouldering on board MV Liangchow

2nd Round of Cargo Smouldering on board MV Liangchow

first_imgzoomImage Courtesy: Auckland City Fire Area A second round of cargo smouldering was reported aboard the Hong Kong-flagged bulk carrier MV Liangchow during the discharge of coal in the Port of Auckland, New Zealand, the China Navigation Company (CNCo), the owner of the vessel, confirmed to World Maritime News.As a result, the ship’s crew issued another call for assistance to New Zealand’s firefighters in the early hours of October 17, 2018.“There were no injuries to any crew members and no damage to the vessel. The vessel’s emergency response was activated immediately upon discovery of smoke and the crew sprayed the cargo with water, fire crew were called to attendance as a precaution until the situation was brought under control,” the company said in a statement.“Discharge operations have since recommenced and CNCo is investigating the cause of the incident.”This follows a similar instance of smouldering that occurred on Monday morning, October 15. The local fire department managed to contain the smuldering, preventing it from spreading and damaging the ship. The ship’s crew members took over further operation on cooling down the cargo and transporting it offsite.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

South Africa Concerned over IMOs STCW Delisting Action

South Africa Concerned over IMOs STCW Delisting Action

first_imgzoomSource: Flickr – under the CC BY 2.0 license; Image by: flowcomm The International Maritime Organization’s intentions to delist over 80 countries, including South Africa, from its STCW Whitelist has major implications for the country’s maritime sector.Sobantu Tilayi, the CEO of the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA), confirmed that the agency was extremely concerned by IMO’s planned action.“Even as we have a serious situation in our hands, and should never have found ourselves in this position, I am confident that we will act with speed and do so correctly to ensure that the intended action by the IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee is not finalized to South Africa’s disadvantage,” Tilayi said.SAMSA explained that the planned response action plan involves three broad activities; securing of IMO assistance with compilation of the report required in terms of the convention, hastening of a SAMSA process setting in place a relevant quality management system, and constant engagement with stakeholders.In February 2019, IMO revealed its plans to remove all countries that are not compliant with requirements of the 1978 Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW) Convention as amended from its Whitelist. The organization also released a list showing that as many as 87 countries would be affected by the move.The circular stated the intention but provided no set date for implementation of the action, however, Tilayi commented that the delistings could possibly be undertaken later in 2019.The 1978 STCW Convention stipulates standards of training, certification and watch-keeping for seafarers.“The main purpose of the convention is to promote safety of life and property at sea and the protection of the marine environment by establishing in common agreement international standards of training, certification and watchkeeping for seafarers,” according to the IMO.last_img read more

Team Wins International Accolades

Team Wins International Accolades

first_imgA DVD that uses an animated snowplow to deliver critical safety messages to school children is one of two projects that earned international honours this week for staff at Communications Nova Scotia. The Communications Nova Scotia team earned two Communicator Awards for audio/visual work it produced in 2005 for the Department Transportation and Public Works. The Sammy Snowplow DVD received the Award of Excellence for entrants whose ability to communicate puts them among the best in the field. The Back in Action DVD — a production designed to help increase awareness about back injury prevention among Transportation and Public Works’ staff — received the Award of Distinction. That award is given to entrants whose projects exceed industry standards in production and communication skills. “Projects like Sammy Snowplow and Back in Action help showcase the talent that Communications Nova Scotia brings to government,” said assistant deputy minister Laura Lee Langley. “The team of Brian Murray, Daniel Mombourquette, Alex Rankin, Alan Blackwood and Paul Cormier was competing with creative teams representing such prestigious international groups as Microsoft, Hewlett Packard and the U.S. Postal Service. We’re proud to have our work measured against such standards of excellence.” Based in the United States, the Communicator Awards program is an international competition that recognizes outstanding work in the communications field. Entries are judged by industry professionals who look for companies and individuals whose talent exceeds a high standard of excellence and whose work serves as a benchmark for the industry. This year, more than 3,000 entries from six countries were judged. Communications Nova Scotia is the central communication planning and support agency of the provincial government. It provides a full range of communications services for all government departments, including advertising, print and electronic publishing, photography and video production, editorial, media and printing services as well as public relations counsel.last_img read more

Free Energysaving Lightbulbs for Cheticamp

Free Energysaving Lightbulbs for Cheticamp

first_imgPeople in Cheticamp, Inverness Co., will be able to save energy and money thanks to a lightbulb giveaway happening on Sunday, June 4. The energy-saving lightbulbs will be distributed door-to-door as part of project “Éclairez-Vous,” or “Lighten Up”. It was organized by the Nova Scotia Youth Conservation Corps, part of the Department of Environment and Labour, in partnership with Nova Scotia Power and the Department of Energy. Twenty Grade 10, 11 and 12 students from Notre-Dame-de- L’Assomption school will distribute 1,500 packages containing two energy-efficient light bulbs and an information pamphlet. The project will encourage people to be more aware of their energy consumption and teach ways to reduce it. Saving energy helps preserve the environment. Also, using longer-lasting bulbs means fewer used lightbulbs will end up in a landfill. The spiral, white-light bulbs require less energy than ordinary round bulbs, yet they produce the same amount of light. “This project demonstrates how much our young people care about the environment,” said Carolyn Bolivar-Getson, Minister of Environment and Labour. “We need to continue to find innovative ways to promote good environmental practices to people of all ages.” Minister of Energy Bill Dooks said there are two big benefits to this project. “The students are helping to reduce dependence on electricity and they are learning a valuable lesson about energy conservation,” he said. The Lighten Up project was developed by Joeleen Larade, formerly of Cheticamp. She based the project on a similar one in Ottawa. “I was excited at the chance to reduce our impact on the environment and to give something back to the community where I grew up,” said Ms. Larade. The students will begin delivering the packages at 8 a.m. on June 4. For more information about the Nova Scotia Youth Conservation Corps go to www.gov.ns.ca/enla/youth .last_img read more

Traffic Advisory Little Narrows Ferry

Traffic Advisory Little Narrows Ferry

first_img Local Area Office: 902-294-0010 Fax: 902-756-1010 -30- INVERNESS/VICTORIA COUNTIES: Little Narrows Ferry The Little Narrows Ferry will be out of service until further notice because of mechanical problems. It stopped running at 8:30 a.m. today, May 23.last_img

Tickets on Sale for Colchester Export Rally

Tickets on Sale for Colchester Export Rally

first_img Experts will share advice and information on hot markets, including China, the Caribbean, Latin America and the United Arab Emirates. Participants can also take advantage of on-the-spot market research, and networking. A representative from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection will host a session, providing practical information about getting products across the order. Participants will have an opportunity to meet one-on-one with the representative to ask questions specific to their company. In 2009, two successful export rallies were held, in Cape Breton and Wolfville. Howard Selig, president of Valley Flaxflour, attended the event in Wolfville looking for advice on how to expand his business. “By attending the Export Rally, I learned about the useful resources that are available to me when I prepare to enter new markets,” he said. “I now know exactly who to talk to and the right questions to ask.” Registration for the event is $35, which includes access to all of the workshops and lunch. For more information or to register, visit www.exportrally.ca . Trade Team Nova Scotia is a federal, provincial, and private-sector partnership dedicated to helping Nova Scotia companies export their goods and services globally. It ensures easy access for potential and active exporters to the wide range of services offered by its members. Nova Scotia companies will gain exporting knowledge, learn about potential markets, and network with professionals dedicated to helping companies grow at the Export Rally in Truro on March 11. Led by the organizations that make up Trade Team Nova Scotia, the Export Rally is a one-day workshop that provides information to business owners about how they can increase sales by exporting. The event is open to product and service-based companies in all sectors, markets and stages of business. “Exporting is essential for the continual growth of a company,” said Mike McMurray, co-chair of Trade Team Nova Scotia. “The Export Rally is focused on educating business owners about how to take their business to the next level and reach their full growth potential.” Export Rally participants can choose from workshops including: selling on the web reducing risk exporting craft and giftware pricing for export markets perfecting a 30-second commerciallast_img read more

2011 Woodlot Owner of the Year Announced

2011 Woodlot Owner of the Year Announced

first_imgA Digby County family has been recognized for their diversity of forestry management techniques and ingenuity by being named Nova Scotia’s 2011 Woodlot Owner of the Year. “Eldon and Lucille White are deserving winners of this annual award,” said Natural Resources Minister Charlie Parker. “The White’s 520-hectare property in Richfield showcases the planning, hard work and dedication applied to their lot, sometimes in difficult situations.” The Whites use a variety of treatment methods to suit each situation. An eight-hectare parcel of land, severely damaged in a hurricane, is now a demonstration plot consisting of a variety of healthy young trees. “I try to make the most of my woodlots through diversity because I believe its important that when I am finished there will be something for my children and grandchildren,” said Mr. White. As owners and operators of Richfield Forestry since the 1980s, the White family continue to show that an active forest is a healthy forest. Ms. White recalls the 2000-01 season when staff planted more than 500-thousand trees on the property. The family also understand the value of other non-timber forest products that can include maple syrup and Christmas trees. The Whites, who are also the western region winners, will receive their provincial award on Oct. 1 during a public field tour on their woodlot. Other regional winners who were recognized are Peter and Candace Christiano of Baddeck, Victoria Co., in eastern Nova Scotia, and Steve Keddy and family of Meadowvale, Colchester Co., in the central region. They will host field tours on their properties Sept. 10 and Sept. 24 respectively. The Department of Natural Resources has presented the Woodlot Owner of the Year Award program since 1990. Nominations are evaluated by department staff for regional winners, while the provincial winner is selected by a committee of two foresters, a wildlife technician, and an environmental studies undergraduate student. Nova Scotia residents who own 20 to 800 hectares of woodland in the province are eligible for woodlot owner awards. Nominations are accepted at Department of Natural Resources offices until April 15 each year. More information is available on the department’s website at www.gov.ns.ca/extension/woya .last_img read more

Snowfall May Cause Slippery Driving Conditions

Snowfall May Cause Slippery Driving Conditions

first_img Bare-Dry: The road will appear black on the 511 web site. Most of the road surface is dry. Bare-Wet: The road will appear black on the 511 web site. Most of the road surface is wet. Partly Covered: The road will appear yellow on the 511 web site. Two wheels of a passenger vehicle are on a bare surface and the other two are on ice, packed snow, or loose snow. Covered: The road will appear white on 511 web site. All wheels of a passenger vehicle are on ice, packed snow or loose snow. Closed: The road will appear red on the 511 web site. The road is closed because road surfaces are impossible to travel due to continuous snow fall preventing snow removal or lane closures due to a collision. Motorists are encouraged to check conditions before driving today, Nov. 23. Snowfall amounts totaling 20-30 centimetres are forecast for much of Nova Scotia. Drivers can check the latest road conditions before heading out by viewing highway webcams on the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal’s website at www.gov.ns.ca/tran/cameras, by calling 511 or viewing mobile 511 (m511.gov.ns.ca) on their phones, and by checking the 511 website at http://511.gov.ns.ca/map/. The province’s road conditions/511 system has new terms to describe winter road conditions. Nova Scotia has adopted the Transportation Association of Canada’s winter road conditions descriptions, developed to provide consistency across Canada for the traveling public. The new terms are:last_img read more

Time to Move Clocks Forward

Time to Move Clocks Forward

first_imgNova Scotians will experience more sunlight in the evenings when daylight savings time begins Sunday, March 11. People are reminded to set their clocks ahead one hour at 2 a.m., or Saturday evening before they go to bed. Watches and clocks aren’t the only items that need adjustment — microwave ovens, DVD players, car clocks and automatic timer lights need to be turned ahead, too. This is also a good time to change batteries in smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors. Smoke detectors should be tested monthly and replaced every 10 years.last_img read more

Students Encouraged to Stop the Spread of Cyberbullying

Students Encouraged to Stop the Spread of Cyberbullying

first_imgCyberbullying is like a virus and no one is immune. A new public awareness campaign, Unlike-cyberbullying, launched by the province today, Dec. 13, encourages Nova Scotia youth to help cure and silence cyberbullying by treating each other as people not profiles. “Students tell me texts, tweets and facebook postings cause as much damage as face-to-face insults,” said Education Minister Ramona Jennex. “This campaign shows the power of positive comments and we want it to spark conversations about cyberbullying across the province in classrooms and between parents and their children.” The campaign video will play in Empire Theatres over the holiday season and at Halifax Mooseheads and Cape Breton Screaming Eagles hockey games in January. There is also a website with a cure toolkit and posters and materials for schools. As part of a government initiative, a team of creative students from Bayview Community School in Mahone Bay provided the ideas for the campaign and worked with a marketing team. The successful Unlike-cyberbullying submission from Evan Hennigar, Grace Adams, Maggie Baxter and Connor Zinck asked students to look beyond someone’s online identity and get to know them as a person, not just a profile. “All people have to do is e-mail a picture, send out a tweet or update their status and negative words or hurtful messages can spread,” said Evan, a Grade 6 student. “We are the cure by not posting hurtful things and nasty comments. We all hold the antidote to cyberbullying by spreading kindness and focusing on the positive.” Bullying has grown from students teasing each other on the playground to targeting someone with an unrelenting stream of intimidating messages and actions through cyberbullying. The province is working on several fronts to help build safe and supportive learning environments but bullying is a societal problem that extends beyond the school grounds. This fall, government passed anti-bullying legislation to help clarify, update and define the role of all school staff in reporting incidents of severely disruptive behaviour including bullying and cyberbullying, and of principals in dealing with it.last_img read more

Time Falls Back on Nov 2

Time Falls Back on Nov 2

first_imgNova Scotians will gain an extra hour of sleep Sunday, Nov. 2, when daylight savings time ends. People are reminded to set their clocks back one hour at 2 a.m., or Saturday evening before they go to bed. Clocks are not the only items that need adjusting. Microwave ovens, car clocks, watches, automatic timer lights, and other household devices need to be turned back. This is also a good opportunity to clean dryer vents to prevent fires, and change batteries in smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors. Smoke detectors should be tested monthly and replaced every 10 years.last_img read more

Spring Weight Restrictions Lifted

Spring Weight Restrictions Lifted

first_imgEffective 12:01 a.m., Monday, May 2, spring weight restrictions will be removed from all counties in Nova Scotia. The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal may still have individual roads posted for lower weight throughout the province. Heavy vehicle operators are advised that the posted weights will be enforced. Updated information is posted on the department’s website at http://novascotia.ca/tran/trucking/springweight.asp . -30-last_img

HEALTHWELLNESSFINANCETREASURY BOARD–Province Doctors Reach Agreement

HEALTHWELLNESSFINANCETREASURY BOARD–Province Doctors Reach Agreement

first_imgThe province and Doctors Nova Scotia announced today, May 20, they have reached an agreement in principle. Doctors Nova Scotia represents more than 3,500 physicians in Nova Scotia. “We’re pleased an agreement in principle, that falls within our fiscal plan, has been reached with Doctors Nova Scotia,” said Randy Delorey, Minister of Finance and Treasury Board. “I am encouraged by the progress we have made with doctors and urge others to engage in meaningful collective bargaining.” Government and Doctors Nova Scotia have shared a common interest throughout negotiations to ensure Nova Scotians receive the care they need, when and where they need it. “Doctors play a vital role in our plans to develop a modern, innovative and accessible health care system,” said Leo Glavine, Minister of Health and Wellness. “This agreement in principle is good news for Nova Scotians, patients and families.” Doctors Nova Scotia will meet with physicians across the province over the next several weeks to discuss the agreement. Ratification will take place in late June. The last agreement with physicians expired on March 31, 2015. Details of the agreement, which includes the Physician Alternative Funding Plan and the Physician Master Agreement will not be released until it is ratified by members.last_img read more

Annonce de productions cinématographiques

Annonce de productions cinématographiques

first_img Pour en savoir davantage sur le processus de demande, les frais admissibles et les lignes directrices, allez au www.nsbi.ca. -30- Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI) a annoncé aujourd’hui 20 septembre quatre productions approuvées récemment dans le cadre du Fonds d’incitation à la production télévisée et cinématographique en Nouvelle-Écosse. Sunnyvale Shoals, une série télévisée réalisée par SV Shoals Inc., fait l’objet d’un engagement de financement de 556 701 $ en fonction de dépenses admissibles en Nouvelle-Écosse de 2 024 369 $. Brojects: In The House, 2e saison, une série télévisée réalisée par Brojects NS Limited, fait l’objet d’un engagement de financement de 68 463 $ en fonction de dépenses admissibles en Nouvelle-Écosse de 232 078 $. Trajectoires 4, une série télévisée réalisée par 3291627 Nova Scotia Limited, fait l’objet d’un engagement de financement de 203 427 $ en fonction de dépenses admissibles en Nouvelle-Écosse de 739 733 $. Pour l’amour du country XV, une série télévisée réalisée par 3286993 Nova Scotia Limited, fait l’objet d’un engagement de financement de 243 979 $ en fonction de dépenses admissibles en Nouvelle-Écosse de 938 379 $. Pour lire des entrevues au sujet de Brojects: In the House, 2e saison et Connections Productions, allez à l’adresse www.nsbi.ca/articles. Les détails sur les engagements de financement seront affichés dans le site Web de NSBI, www.nsbi.ca/filmfunding, à mesure que les engagements sont approuvés. Quelques faits : le fonds vise les dépenses admissibles, telles que la main-d’œuvre de même que les biens ou les services achetés auprès d’un fournisseur établi en Nouvelle-Écosse; lorsqu’une demande est approuvée, NSBI fournit une lettre d’engagement qui peut servir à demander du financement auprès d’une banque. Lorsque le demandeur signe l’entente officielle d’incitatif, le document d’entente peut aussi servir à demander du financement; une fois qu’une production reçoit un engagement de financement, les fonds sont placés en réserve; une fois la production réalisée, le demandeur présente une demande finale à NSBI afin qu’elle soit traitée et que les fonds lui soient versés; NSBI traite et approuve toutes les demandes et toutes les demandes finales.last_img read more