Transcript: QA - Support process in place P Eng - Support process in place M Eng - Support process in place AWO to scheduled 23rd Aug Presently being worked on by D Murphy, J Foley Delayed due to BRA issue
Transcript: STRINGING UPDATE CONSTRUCTION UPDATE ON GOING ERECTION Excavation Update To date, the total WTS are Two Hundred Fifty-One (251) or 251/253 (99.21%). ON GOING HAULING CONCRETING ERECTION UPDATE ON GOING ERECTION: SCHEDULE 1: 7 TWRS SCHUDULE 2:5 TWRS REMAINING TOWERS TO BE TURNOVER: MT-103 AND TB-114 ROW UPDATE EXCAVATED: SCHEDULE 1: 122 TWRS/124 TWRS SCHEDULE 2: 118 TWRS/129 TWRS NOTE:(TB-103) DELETED (TB-91A )ADDITIONAL TWR CONCRETED: SCHEDULE 1: 113 TWRS COMPLETED SCHEDULE 2: 100 TWRS COMPLETED ERECTED: SCHEDULE 1: 100 TWRS ERECTED SCHEDULE 2: 90 TWRS ERECTED SCHEDULE 1: (6) TWRS MT-78 MT-89 MT-94 MT-96 MT-97 MT-102 SCHEDULE 2: (5) TWRS TB-58 TB-38 TB-111 TB-92 TB-9 PROGRESS REPORT
Transcript: Communications activity Summary Finance and cost Salaries YTD spend on salaries of £17,846 (budget £83,000). Projected positive year end variance of £64,083 saving of £18,916.69. likely fixed cost so real saving Staff Direct Costs YTD spend on staff direct costs of £3,385 (budget £20,750). Projected positive year end variance of £12,787 saving of £7,963.40 Travel & Expenses Majority of the expenditure is in the second half of the year, linking to the key events in the autumn. Predicted positive variance approx £.5.5K Office Costs Predicted negative variance of approx £8.5k Recruitment costs Majority of recruitment costs (Jan-June) with no further expenditure post July. Positive variance of around £12k Development & Hosting Negative variance of £2K based on projections Recruitment Campaign (MarComms) Likely to be quite a large negative variance in this area with a projected overspend of over £35k Current predicted overspend of £1,648. Further work will be completed to pin down projections and determine fixed/variable costs and opportunities for savings. Following an extremely busy first quarter of the year there has been good progress against the plan. Project continues to focus on employer engagement as part of Phase 1 and gaining commitment from employers on apprentices as part of Phase 2 8 champion employers are in place Continue to focus on engaging employers and identifying eligible employees Preparation is underway for the three keys events in the autumn Twitter stats are quite low compared to reach - potential to review the social media strategy Encouraging to see a large % of new visits - scope to scrutinise the data further and look at average time and page visits Further work will be undertaken to progress case studies Progress against plan Monthly progress report 1. Finance and costs (Budget) 2. Progress against plan 3. Communications activity Monthly Progress Report
Transcript: Welcome to your financial report for the month ended July 2012 Milestones This Month Three (3) new resellers signed up new sales manager employed Cash Flow let's remind ourselves why cash flow is important to our business let's look at your cash flow graph actual amounts have been entered up to the end of this month thereafter the cash forecast is based upon: raising investment capital Due within 30 days $25,000 PAYG $10,000 Staff super $18,000 GST Cash flow is projected to be positive or the next five months Profitability Your month and YTD (year to date) operating position is as follows: commentary 1. sales are down month on month by 18% 2. Increase in employment costs as forcasted due to 3.5 % increase in wages accross the business Year to date graphical trend for revenue and expense Action following ths report 1. please review the PDF health checl list for discussio Sales increased 25% month on month meeting budget sales targets and a closer look at the cash flow forecast is collecting all amounts within payment terms
Transcript: Agriculture Health 1. Chicken Raising 2. Home Garden 3. Networking Agriculture Activities Project Cooperation March 2016 Monthly Progress Report of FNSP March 15, Visitor from Japan visit FNSP. Staff Activity during workshop Project Activities - On march referred staff to attend workshop on vegetable planting on Dry Season. - On March 15, conducted training on chicken raising to target farmer at Krang Leav. Chicken Raising Home Garden
Transcript: 1/3/2020 What is monthly progress report Report to be prepared by the contractor What is use of monthly progress report It MPR include Product Product Title Business Model Business Model Revenue Model Revenue Model Financial Projection Financial Projection Conclusion Conclusion Monthly Progress Report
Transcript: monthly Digital stats. and observations INSERT IMAGES OF ALL SEVEN BRANDS, COGORA LOGO AND SOCIAL ICONS DECEMBER 2018 BENCHMARKS AND TARGETS BENCHMARKS AND TARGETS UNIQUE USERS PAGE VIEWS DWELL TIME BRAND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Anything above...(*based on...) SOCIAL FOLLOWERS SOCIAL CTR THIS MONTH'S TARGET (based on...) NEWSLETTERS Table with unique users, page views and dwell time for each brand website performance website performance Followers GAINED, TOTAL and CTR FOLLOWERS LOST MOST ENGAGING POSTS social media performance social media performance Insert table with one point for each brand, anchored with either 'more of this' or 'less of this' Macro-trends to follow, key figures to approach etc. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE MONTH AHEAD RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE MONTH AHEAD Age, location, acquisitions, landing and exit pages, busiest times of day KEY DEMOS and user journey KEY DEMOS and user journey NEWSLETTER PERFORMANCE NEWSLETTER PERFORMANCE
Transcript: Electric Furnace 1, Monthly Report, November 2012 Total power losses E. Furnace No 1: 19.20 h X 38.94 MW = 747.648 MW h Total Production losses 747.648 MWh / 50.05 MWh / t Ni =14.938 t Ni Total Production losses E.F.no.1 = 14.938 tn Ni EF No 1 – AVERAGE POWER / CALCINE AND NR OF TRUCKS WITH SLAG WORKING HOURS – REFRACTORRY AND OVER TIME Electric Furnace No. 1 slag, total FeO + MgO + Cao Prepared by : -Faruk Beqiri Electric Furnace No. 1 Nickel price January – November 2012 Diagrams 2011 General 1. Electrical Furnace no 1 The monthly production from electrical furnace no 1 was: 560.2 tn in dropped Ni. The average power of the furnace was: 38.94 MW The fed calcine into the furnace was: 47596.79 tn. The special energy consumption per tn of calcine was: 589.06 kWh/tn of calcine The special energy consumption per tn of produced Ni was: 50.05 MW/tn Ni The recovery in electrical furnace was: 95.23 % 2010 2009 ELECTRICAL FURNACES DEPARTMENT Monthly Report: NOVEMBER 2012 CALCINE PER BIN EF.1 AND EF.2 AVERAGE POWER / Ni (t) EF 1 NOVEMBER 2012 SPEC. CONS. / CALCINE SPEC.CONS. / t Ni EF Ni PRODUCTION 2013 Consumptions of the critical materials in Electrical Furnaces Timeline 2012 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c
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