Schenker Awaiting Customer Agreement

Schenker pays tribute to his recent letter to Jeanette and regrets that Violin and his son Karl are still affected by health problems and shares some news. Furtwongler`s intervention at Breitkopf and Hertel on behalf of Weisses Octètes was in vain; He had also sought the agreement of the same company for the publication of the “Eroica” analysis, which will now appear as the third directory. The Schenkers are expecting many visitors to Galter, including Furtwongler, Reinhard Oppel, Schenker`s nephew and his wife, as well as Jeanette`s sister and family. Hoboken is prepared to finance the publication of a recolating edition of C. P. E. Bach`s works (with financial support from the City of Hamburg), but Schenker is cautious because his paid participation in the project could lead to work that would jeopardize progress on the free rate. It was recorded in the last issue of Meyers Konversations-Lexicon and received a positive quote in The latest Beethoven book by Romain Rolland. Schenker, who is concerned about the medical profession, nevertheless hopes that Karl Violin`s operation will be successful. He is still waiting for news from a publisher for the monograph “Eroica”; Furtwongler`s illness delayed some lines of inquiry, and Hertzka (in Universal Edition) did not cooperate. I don`t understand why Maersk “overreacted” when it comes to not worrying about DBSchenker Damco FCL.

Damco is/was an NVOCC. DBSchenker is an NVOCC. But Maersk decided to stop Damco`s NVOCC business. To be clear, the new Maersk is a VOCC (formerly maersk line), a carrier (including air cargo) and a solution provider (Buyer`s Consolidator/SCM). Maersk is not an NVOCC! What is even more interesting is that Maersk has already committed a “no” to the news. By transportation professionals. It is therefore clear that Maersk will take care of the BCO business which “is now largely controlled by Maersk`s NVOCC customers” (i.e. the top 20 NVOCC). In any case, Maersk will not support its NVOCC customers for long… Maersk may first target DBSchenker customers.

Let the BCO decide who they want to work with, especially if BCO`s are looking for a neutral “consolidator.” Interesting times ahead of us… Har nettopp bestilt in laptop fra, og pé tracking-statusen pé st`r det f`lgende: An agreement between two giants of the logistics sector was terminated after Maersk decided that it would not tolerate DB Schenker`s attempts to pinch customers of its transport company Damco. Less than a week later, DB Schenker said it wanted to offer Damco customers a “stability package” that would end uncertainty while improving reliability and safety. DB Schenker`s attempt to rob Maersk`s customers is said to have angered Maersk CEO Séren Skou to the point of ordering the cancellation of the company`s credit service. Therefore, DB Schenker must now pay for each cash booking . . . At the request of the student (Gerhard Albersheim), Weisse explains the requirements of the state exam for future music teachers who have not received formal training at the Academy. . Ps: Jeg fikk nettopp skjermen jeg bestillte fra dell, tok dem bare 5 virkedager. .

Det er det som stér pé dell sine sider. Jeg sitter ogsé é venter p`pakke fra dell, bestilte en skjerm derfra. N`har min pakke vert “til sortring i 4 dager” kan ikke akuratt anbefale e kjepe ting fra dell om en er ut`lmodig. In kompis av meg bestilte en XPS laptop derfra tok 11 virkedager (2uker 1 dag). . Among the pieces mentioned by Weisse in the letters — of which we can associate compositional data — there is a string quintet (1912; new first movement, 1913), a string quartet (listed by the rosé quartet on the 3rd. November, 1921), a clarinet sonata (1921), vocal quartet with pianistic accompaniment (published by the EU 1924), clarinet quintet (1926), a cycle of bagates for piano (1929), a caress and an byte (1930), some three-voice piano pieces (1930), 1930, 1930 1929) 1931) and a violin sonata (1932) in the “Bachian” style, a series of variations and joints in an “American folk song” (Sweet And Lovely) (1933) and a second string quartet and a six-voice madrigal series according to Goeseth`s lyrics (both in 1934).

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