Jeff Martin Auctioneers to Manage Sale of Sabine Mining Company Assets for North American Coal

BROOKLYN, MS / ACCESSWIRE / April 25, 2024 / Jeff Martin Auctioneers, in collaboration with North American Coal, will manage the asset liquidation of The Sabine Mining Company, a lignite mine in Hallsville, Texas. This project begins with the sale of the "Yellow Rose of Texas", a Marion 8200 Dragline, along with two Easi-Miner 1224 Continuous Surface Miners, D9T, Pumps, and various other mining-related assets. This liquidation marks the start of a long-term partnership aimed at delivering outstanding value and opportunities to the international mining industry.

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The "Yellow Rose" of Texas, Marion 8200 Draglin
A Marion 8200 Dragline being sold by Jeff Martin Auctioneers and The Sabine Mining Company

These assets will be featured on a "Buy Now" option, which is available on the dedicated mining equipment page on Jeff Martin Auctioneers’ website. In addition, Jeff Martin Auctioneers has released a special video that details the history and features of the Marion 8200 Dragline, providing potential buyers with an in-depth look at a highly sought-after item. This initiative is part of the company’s commitment to enhancing buyer engagement and delivering comprehensive information about the high-value equipment available.

As an organization known for its integrity, professionalism, and dedication to client satisfaction, Jeff Martin Auctioneers invites interested parties to visit their website to view these assets. The experienced team at Jeff Martin Auctioneers is ready to assist with all aspects of the purchase process, from initial inquiry to final sale.

Jeff Martin, CEO of Jeff Martin Auctioneers, expressed pride in the partnership with North American Coal and Sabine Mine, stating, "We are proud to collaborate closely with North American Coal and Sabine Mine to bring these essential assets to the market. The sales of these assets will not only support the needs of the mining industry but will also provide a streamlined avenue for acquiring top-quality equipment for the mining industry."

For more detailed information about the available equipment, please visit www.jeffmartinauctioneers.com.

About Jeff Martin Auctioneers:

Jeff Martin Auctioneers, Inc. is a premier auction company specializing in heavy construction equipment, agricultural equipment, cranes, and transportation equipment. With a continually expanding network of locations across the United States, the company’s mission is to consistently provide guests with the best value-added service, maintaining the highest levels of honesty, integrity, and professionalism in the auction industry.

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Cambridge Isotope Laboratories (CIL) Shows Long-Term Commitment to Xenia, Ohio, Facility With New Land Purchase

TEWKSBURY, MA / ACCESSWIRE / April 25, 2024 / Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc. (CIL) has acquired an additional 14.8 acres of land at its Cambridge Isotope Separations (CIS) Xenia, Ohio location. Mike Steiger, Vice President of Engineering and Project Execution for CIL, stated that the new land purchase will ensure easier access to utilities for future expansion.

Cambridge Isotope Separations
Cambridge Isotope Separations

This newly acquired land is situated to the west of the 20 acres purchased in 2017, which is currently the site of the North Star expansion project. This recently completed project will greatly increase 13C production and is in the startup phase. North Star is the largest 13C separation facility ever built in the world and will significantly increase CIL’s capacity ensuring customer reliability for this stable isotope.

The land acquired provides the business flexibility to expand in the future as the demand continues to grow worldwide in all applications. "This investment shows CIL’s commitment to innovation and growth for our customers," said CEO Cliff Caldwell. "CIL works closely with our diverse and global customers to develop and commercialize exciting, high-value applications for isotopically labeled compounds. As these applications commercialize, our customers rely on CIL’s ability to scale our chemistry quickly and reliably. This land acquisition assures we have the space to continue meeting their expectations and enable these technology advancements."

The CIS facility has the world’s largest 13C separation facility, is one of the world’s largest 18O isotope-separation facilities and houses the largest commercial D2O re-enrichment columns in the world.

Stable isotopes, particularly deuterium, have seen an increase in commercial-scale applications in the last few decades. These applications include pharmaceuticals, semiconductors, flat panel displays, and other high-technology fields. CIL has a three-year supply contract with one Canadian source for D2O, as well as three other sources, and holds an average of an 18-24-month supply in four of CIL locations to ensure the most reliable supply.

About Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc.    

CIL is the world’s largest manufacturer and global supplier of stable isotopes and stable isotope-labeled compounds used in research, environmental, neonatal, pharmaceutical, medical diagnostic, OLED, and industrial markets. CIL subsidiary ABX in Dresden, Germany, is active in the development and commercialization of radio isotopic-labeled compounds for the diagnosis and treatment of cancers. CIL is an operating business owned by Otsuka Pharmaceutical. The CIL business consists of two facilities in the Boston, Massachusetts, area; a large isotope-enrichment production plant in Xenia, Ohio; CIL China; CIL Canada; ABX in Dresden, Germany; and Eurisotop in Saclay, France. For more information on CIL, visit isotope.com.

Contact Information

Crissy Krisko
crissyk@isotope.com
1.978.269.1930

SOURCE: Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc.

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Results of inspections around the chemical warehouse fire Found irritating substances


Rayong, The DOE continues to monitor the air quality around the warehouse storing hazardous waste and hazardous chemicals. Found sulfur dioxide Acrylonitrile and hydrogen cyanide at a level that will affect the respiratory system Irritating to eyes and skin. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Industry filed a complaint against Winprocess Company Limited at Ban Khai Police Station. Consider sending the matter to DSI as well.

The Pollution Control Department (PCD) reported on the situation of suppressing the fire at the factory warehouse of Winprocess Co., Ltd., Rayong Province, stating that at Building 5, fuels of various types of chemicals and solvents were used. It’s all been burned. Only paper fuel remains. plastic, which will create smoke for another 2 days

From the results of air quality measurement yesterday (24 April 2024) outside the factory and the community area on the windward side. The distance from the factory to the north is approximately 500 meters to 5 kilometers. 8 points detected sulfur dioxide (Su
lfur Dioxide), acrylonitrile. (Acrylonitrile) and hydrogen cyanide (Hydrogen cyanide) are at levels that will affect the respiratory system. Irritating to eyes and skin. In addition, unextinguished fires cause smoke and soot contaminated with acid fumes. Causes skin irritation, which the DandC will continuously monitor.

The information has been communicated through the command center of Rayong Province to warn the public. They asked to remain at the evacuation center until the fire is over and no chemical vapors have been detected. It will also work with the Department of Industrial Works to check for chemicals in the atmosphere using mobile vehicles along with a fast moving inspection unit which the public can report to check at any point where people have concerns.

The Ministry of Industry sent representatives to report legal action against Winprocess Company Limited at Ban Khai Police Station because of the said company. has been ordered closed But they also store dangerous chemicals in the factory area.
When the fire broke out, it spread widely. From now on, we will further examine various related laws and will consider sending the matter to the Department of Special Investigation (DSI).

As Rayong Province has issued an announcement for the areas of Village No. 1-11, Nong Bua Subdistrict and Village No. 1-12, Bang But Subdistrict, Ban Khai District. Rayong Province is a disaster affected area. will make government agencies, agencies, local government organizations and the private sector involved can take action according to their authority in the disaster area according to the Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Act of 2007, the National Disaster Prevention Plan. Provincial Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Plan and other related plans, as well as related laws, regulations, orders, announcements, and Cabinet resolutions.

Those with symptoms have been sent for treatment to local hospitals and bedridden patients have been moved to appropriate places. As for fire officials Provincial public health officials w
ill inspect the body to prevent inhalation or exposure to chemicals during the performance of duties. If there are symptoms, further treatment will be given.

Source: Thai News Agency

Police, Natural Resources and Environmental Crime Suppression Division, appointed the directors of JandB Company to submit statements on 29 April.


Bangkok, The Natural Resources and Environmental Crimes Suppression Division commander has appointed JandB Company directors to submit testimony regarding the management of cadmium mineral sludge on April 29, after the person requested a postponement.

Pol. Maj. Gen. Watcharin Pusit, Commander of the Natural Resources and Environmental Crime Suppression Division (Commander of Natural Resources and Environmental Crime Suppression Division), revealed the progress of the cadmium mineral sludge management case. Today is the anniversary of Mr. Jesada’s appointment. The directors of J and B Metal Company Limited sent an affidavit of documents, but Mr. Jessada asked for a postponement. The investigating officer therefore made an appointment to send it within 29 April.

As for the transport of 12,500 tons of cadmium waste from Bangkok, Samut Sakhon and Chonburi provinces back to the source in Tak province, Pol. Maj. Gen. Watcharin said preparations are already being made by coordinating with agencies. related And the
governor of Tak has come to understand the villagers after there was opposition from the people in the area. Initially, it was planned to use container trucks to transport approximately 25-30 tons per trip, which would be transported in a closed system. For the safety of the community along the transport route But I still can’t tell where I need to move it from first. But personally, I would like it to be transported out of Bangkok as the first point because it is a community area and there are only 90 tons.

As for the legal action against Bound and Beyond Public Company Limited, which is the source of cadmium waste. Today the industry in Tak Province along with the legal department and those involved He gave information to the investigators of the Natural Resources and Environmental Crime Suppression Division and brought documents regarding permission to dig and move. Including permission to establish a factory Give it to the investigating officer. To prepare to file a lawsuit against the company Bound and
Beyond, which has committed two offenses: transporting industrial waste outside the factory area without permission, which is an offense according to the Factory Act. This part will cause Company All licenses were revoked. Make each move that leaves the company It is carried without permission. All of which there are approximately more than 50 times and the Natural Resources and Environmental Crime Suppression Division will prosecute as a crime. The other charge is an offense according to Hazardous Substances Act that the company is a source of pollution If cadmium waste is sent anywhere, they must also be responsible. For transporting cadmium waste Each area to Tak Province is expected to have a total cost of more than 12 million baht, with both J and B Metal Company and Bound and Beyond Public Company Limited having to bear the costs. say

Today the investigation department The Natural Resources and Environmental Crime Suppression Division has requested a search warrant from the court to search a recycling
factory in the area of ??Khlong Kiew Subdistrict, Ban Bueng District, Chonburi Province, which is a large factory. It is close to the same spot where cadmium residue was previously found. After investigators suspected that cadmium residue might be hidden. The latest one is still under investigation.

Pol. Maj. Gen. Watcharin said that he personally believes that the cadmium that has been dug up over the past 20 years should amount to more than 100,000 tons. He therefore expects that there may still be industrial waste hidden away, waiting to be destroyed. and transported to sell in large quantities

Mr. Somchai Embamrung, Director of the Legal Division, Office of the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Industry, revealed that today he was assigned to provide information to the Natural Resources and Environmental Crime Suppression Division’s investigators. which has provided basic information on various matters, after which various information will be prepared Be ready and come to file a complaint. To prosecute a
ll involved persons.

Source: Thai News Agency

Arrest Warrants Issued for Japanese Suspects in Murder Case


BANGKOK, The court has issued arrest warrants for two Japanese suspects in a murder case involving a compatriot.

The arrest warrants came after the police apprehended a Thai man, who admitted he was the driver, hired by the Japanese men to take them to a warehouse in the Phutthamonthon area.

The Thai driver said the three Japanese men were arguing in the car. When they reached the destination, the passenger in the back seat told him to leave the vehicle before a gunshot was heard.

He then found the Japanese man on the front passenger seat was shot dead. The body was then brought into the warehouse, dismembered and put into plastic bags. He was told to dump body parts in various locations in the Bang Bua Thong area.

After the body parts were discovered, the police found the deceased was a Japanese national who entered Thailand on December 12, 2023, through Suvarnabhumi Airport.

The victim and the perpetrators are believed to being part of the same Yakuza gang, known for illegal activities in Japan and con
ducting illegal business in Thailand.

Bang Bua Thong Police gathered evidence to obtain arrest warrants for Mr. Kato Takuya, 50 and Mr. Suzuki Hiroto, 33 both Japanese nationals. They are wanted for jointly murdering a person, concealing the corpse.

Later, police inspected a condominium in the Sukhumvit area and found evidence from closed-circuit cameras capturing Mr. Hiroto carrying his belongings to escape. The police believe both suspects may attempt to cross the border to a neighboring country.

According to a report, one of the Japanese suspects is even a senior member of the Yakuza gang in Japan and has been in Thailand for several years with his visa being revoked last year. He has been on the Japanese police’s wanted list with a red notice.

It is initially believed the deceased had violated the rules of the Yakuza gang and was ordered to be eliminated.

Source: Thai News Agency

Fire at Rama 2 warehouse caused by excessive heat, chemicals spontaneously ignited


Bangkok, The Ministry of Industry revealed that the cause of the fire at a warehouse in the Rama 2 area was from extremely hot weather. Causes thiourea dioxide to spontaneously ignite. Warn establishments to separate chemicals that can ignite or that can react. Afraid it will happen again. Because the weather is still very hot.

Ms. Pimpatra Wichaikul, Minister of Industry, said that Received a report of the cause of a chemical leak in a chemical warehouse. Until a cloud of white smoke appeared in the Rama 2 area around 2:10 a.m. on April 25, the location of the incident was Company chemical storage building President Chemicals Co., Ltd.

From ordering the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Industry and the Director-General of the Department of Industrial Works to investigate the cause. It has been reported that President Chemical Company Limited does not qualify as a factory according to the factory law. As for the white smoke, it came from two chemical tanks in the said building. Officers then moved che
micals from the same group outside the building. Then use water to control the smoke that occurs. When opening the package The chemicals hit the air causing a fire inside the tank. Therefore, we rushed to control the fire to prevent the chemicals from spreading. It took approximately 45 minutes to control the fire.

When examining the type of chemicals found at the scene, it appears that It is thiourea dioxide, which is a chemical that is not classified as a hazardous substance according to the Act. Hazardous Substances B.E. 2535 (1992) but are chemicals classified as having a risk of spontaneous combustion. (self-heating) where the heat comes from the chemical reacting with oxygen in the air at the temperature around you. When heat accumulates continuously inside it reaches a temperature that can ignite on its own. (auto-ignition temperature) therefore ignition occurs.

It is assumed that the primary cause is the accumulation of heat inside the package of thiourea dioxide, causing the inside of the package t
o have a high temperature that causes a cloud of smoke to appear.

The Minister of Industry reiterated that Has instructed the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Industry Director General of the Department of Factory and industry in every province Urgently notify establishments that store chemicals. Be extra careful. and inspect the storage location to meet the requirements Both factories and occupied locations store hazardous substances. or stored chemicals You must check the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). If there are other chemicals that are self-igniting or can react with each other and cause a fire. must be separated Including storing at an appropriate temperature as the current weather conditions continue to have high temperatures.

Thiourea or Thiocarbamate (Thiourea) has the appearance of white crystals. It is a type of organic substance containing sulfur or organosulfur. It has a structure similar to urea. except oxygen that was replaced by sulfur Passenger thiourea It is useful in the agricu
ltural sector because it can increase the percentage of plant buds because thiourea contains 36% nitrogen and sulfur particles are transformed into sulfate, which dissolves easily in water. Moves through the food pipe To use for protein synthesis in young shoots Makes plants have more food to accumulate Used to induce flowering as well as stimulating seed germination

It is also used in the industrial sector including Used to synthesize dyes pigment additives It is used as a photosensitizer to initiate or accelerate chemical reactions in photochemical reactions. Light stabilizers to prevent deterioration of polymer materials. Used as an electrode material for electrochemical sensors, used as an electrochemical catalyst. Used as a rubber additive to improve the performance and quality of rubber products.

Source: Thai News Agency

Arresting a mother on the banks of the Mekong River Prostitution of girls under 15


Bueng Kan, Central Investigation Police (CIB) arrested a Mae Lao along the Mekong River. Sex trafficking of Thai-Lao girls under 15 years of age

The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) and the Human Trafficking Suppression Division (CDC) jointly arrested Mrs. Rombai for the crime of “trafficking in humans by procuring business etc. for illegal exploitation of prostitution of children under 15 years of age, etc.’ The arrest was made at a karaoke shop in Bueng Kan Province.

In this case, the police team arrested We were informed that a karaoke shop in the area of ??Pak Khat Subdistrict, Pak Khat District, Bueng Kan Province opened as a restaurant, providing karaoke singing, and selling liquor and alcoholic beverages. Seeking to take advantage of the prostitution of children under 15 years of age, they therefore planned to inspect and arrest them. By disguising himself as a tourist to use the service. It was found that the waitresses were young Thai and Laotian women under 15 years of age, drinking, eating and
singing with customers. in the manner of service Customers can hug, kiss, kiss in an open manner. and that sexual services were actually offered for 3,000-3,500 baht per time, with Mrs. Rombai, the accused, being the shop keeper. Will charge 300 baht per time for taking young employees out with customers. Benefits will be received in cash or transferred to their own bank accounts. Officers then went to help the victims. and arrest the accused Handed over to the investigating officers of Sub-Division 3, Crime Suppression Division, for further legal action.

Source: Thai News Agency

Relatives are worried that the police went too far.


Nakhon Ratchasima, Police incident at Choho Police Station, Nakhon Ratchasima Province. chase pickup truck Crashed into the motorcycle of a criminal in a theft case. Until 2 people died. Relatives were suspicious of the police’s performance. Probably overdoing it. Not according to the latest strategy, Nakhon Ratchasima Provincial Police Commander A committee has been appointed to examine the facts.

Source: Thai News Agency