Ground support and consolidation products are the specialities of Minova International, which has just relaunched its international website aiming to “to improve usability and value for the customer,” it says. “The new website is going live with a new look and feel as well as improved navigation.”It also shows a map of Minova locations as an overview of all major facilities including links to all the regional websites. This is only the first step to improve the service and value of the website for customers.The site will go live in English and other language options will follow in a second phase, as well as more detailed product information later this year.Minova has been growing significantly over the past few years, covering new geographic areas as well as expanding business areas. The new website www.minovainternational.com will be built up to serve as a single point of communication to customers and prospects with more relevant news, product information and case studies.“Minova is continuously working on meeting the customer needs. We want to help our customers in ensuring a safe and efficient work environment,” says Jan Cappelen, Global Marketing Manager. “Easy access to information via the new website is part of a renewed focus.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKLXEAPjwAwYouTube Credit: TheJulieann4441THE STORY OF Iram Leon, a 32-year-old marathon lover with terminal brain cancer, has gone global.Two years on from his diagnosis, Leon ran the Gusher Marathon in Beaumont, Texas, last Saturday and won — even though he pushed his six-year-old daughter in her buggy for the entire 26.2 miles of the race.“Here sore, reflecting and grateful, I still can’t believe that I won a marathon,” Leon wrote on his blog after finishing in an official time of 3:07:35.9. “Well, I came in second behind Kiana.” The Wall Street Journal’s splash on Leon’s win (source)The remarkable father-daughter team faced a challenge just to get to the start line. Because buggies are officially banned from marathon routes, their application was turned down four different times before the Gusher race organisers accepted the entry, the Huffington Post reports.“This is supposed to eat away at my memory in the end,” Leon told the Beaumont Enterprise, “but I hope this memory is one of the last things to go and one she never loses.”To commemorate their win, Kiana drew this picture:(Facebook)Read more of Iram Leon’s blog here >VIDEO: ‘The Greatest’ — RTÉ tribute to Brian O’Driscoll feels a lot like a goodbye