Tag: 上海水磨场2019

Watson’s Menswear to re-open today and there’s 20% off!

Watson’s Menswear to re-open today and there’s 20% off!

first_imgWatson’s Menswear will temporarily open at a new location on Letterkenny’s Main Street today.To accommodate all the new stock the well-known clothing retailer has bought in, owner Leonard and his team will set up shop from today at 5 Lower Main Street, next door to the Ulster Bank.The front part of their old home at 7 Main Street is also planned to reopen at the weekend. And the even better news is that to celebrate being back in business, Watson’s are knocking 20% off stock.Welcome back Leonard and the boys – the Main Street wasn’t the same without you.Get along today for all the best in menswear and why not stock up early for Christmas!All the top brands are still at Watson’s Menswear at Main Street, Letterkenny.Watson’s Menswear to re-open today and there’s 20% off! was last modified: October 26th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalletterkennyreopeningWatson’s Menswearlast_img read more

Ford South Africa ‘a true global player’

Ford South Africa ‘a true global player’

first_img29 November 2010US ambassador to South Africa Donald Gips, visiting Ford’s engine plant outside Port Elizabeth, praised the workers for the part they played in securing an international engine contract, describing the US carmaker’s local arm as a “true global player”.Gips and Bill Lehmberg, economic officer at the US Consulate General in Cape Town, visited the plant recently in order to gain first-hand insight into the massive investment in the facility in the build-up to the production of the new-generation Puma diesel engine.Important investment in SAIn a statement last week, Ford said it was investing more than R3-billion in the Struandale engine plant in Port Elizabeth for the Puma engine, as well as in the Silverton assembly plant in Pretoria for the production of the new-generation Ranger compact pick-up – with most of the capacity destined for export markets when the projects came on line in 2011.“Ford has made an important investment in South Africa, and as my role is to promote more investment and trade between our two countries, I wanted to see the progress first hand,” Gips said. “It has been a wonderful experience to witness the transformation of the Struandale engine plant.“The thing that struck me most during our tour of the plant is that this is a truly global economy. You see machines made in Germany, engineers from America and India, cast-iron components from Brazil, all put together as part of this global product that is the new Puma engine.”Guaranteeing Ford’s futureGips also congratulated the Struandale engine plant team on the effort they had put into winning the contract for the high-tech new Puma engine, having competed against numerous other top-ranked plants around the world.“It’s clear that it took a remarkable effort and commitment to win the Puma contract for the Struandale engine plant and, importantly, this has guaranteed Ford’s future in this region,” Gips said.“It really is a win-win situation for South Africa and the US that Ford is able to produce the engine and components here and, in doing so, create jobs and become a true global player.”Unique privilageThe Puma engine programme will see the Port Elizabeth facility producing 220 000 component sets (engine head, block and crankshaft) annually as of April 2011, 75 000 of which will be used for the assembly of complete engines for shipping to Silverton for the new Ranger, beginning in June 2011.The Struandale engine plant enjoys the unique privilege of being the sole source of machined components for the new generation Ranger, and shares the engine assembly volume for the Puma programme.SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more