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QiaoShi Hesco Bastion Factory

HESCO Bastion Ltd has been on hand to aid civil engineers with a wide range of environmental issues for over 10 years. Originally designed to combat the effects of coastal erosion, HESCO Bastion Concertainer has since been used extensively throughout the world for other civil engineering applications.

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A galvanized steel unit lined with geotextile fabric, HESCO Barrier Concertainer is completely assembled during manufacture, ensuring rapid installation. Available in a wide range of sizes, units can be joined and extended using the provided joining pins. The primary advantage of the product is its ability to utilise locally available fill material to rapidly construct walls and other structures with minimal manpower and resources.

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10十二/11

Winning after the storm Learnings from other disasters-wire mesh

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Winning after the storm: Learnings from other disasters

Published: 30/11/2011 at 12:00 AM
Newspaper section: Business

As the flood crisis continues to dominate headlines here in Thailand, forward-looking companies are on the move to seek growth opportunities that will emerge in post-crisis business.

In this article, we examine reactions and post-crisis strategies of winning companies that have successfully weathered other disasters.

There are lessons to be learned from these strategies that can be adopted by companies in Thailand.

The current flood crisis has been called Thailand's worst, in terms of both water volume and the number of people affected.

Half of the country has been affected. Over 600 fatalities have been reported to date. Views of just how bad it is vary. Some estimate that the cost of direct damage is over 150 billion Baht ($5 billion). Other executives believe this estimate could be significantly understated.

By comparison, in the case of the crisis from the tsunami in Japan, direct damage resulting from the destruction of highways and buildings was around $120 billion to $300 billion. Secondary damage from rolling electricity blackouts, declines in production due to disrupted supply chains, and revenue losses has been estimated to add another $50 billion to $180 billion. The cost of more than 12,000 lives is immeasurable.

By comparison, the current Thai flood crisis is less extreme. But it is complex in its own way with potentially significant ripple effects on almost every socioeconomic class and multiple industries.

The impact of the flood on the Thai economy is likely to be both negative and positive. In the former, we have the immediate impact on production disruption,Don Mueang airport dry-hesco bastion, property loss, and insurance & banking losses. However, moving forward the clean-up may actually have stimulatory effects for two reasons.

Firstly, demand for lower skilled labour and all the compensation paid are likely to have an immediate stimulatory impact. Secondly,KBank eyes 25% of B150bn flood-recovery business loans-Stone Cage, investments made in infrastructure and potential changes to trade tariffs/policies to encourage foreign investors to stay may offer the potential to change the growth trajectory of the economy in the long run.

The question then is how companies _ big and small _ can take advantage of the situation.

We have observed that in the wake of Japan's tsunami disaster,电焊石笼网卷, forward-looking companies in Japan moved meticulously through their emergency backup plans and returned to business quickly.

At the same time, they actively sought growth opportunities presented by the post-crisis business environment. Several common themes emerged:

- Create a separate disaster-management team Managers will be fully occupied addressing day-to-day business operations in the aftermath of the crisis. So it is critical that companies set up a separate disaster-management team _ similar to a project management office _ to focus on business recovery and communications. Communicating frequently clearly and often to all stakeholders, employees and customers is also a critical role that this team should play. Companies in Thailand can get ahead by setting up such team while waiting for water to subside.

- Segment businesses and products according to risk and opportunity Of course, some lines of business will be negatively affected by the flood. But the impact on others will be neutral, or even positive. For each business line, companies should develop an action plan that is based on both risk and future post-crisis outlook. This will allow companies to think through potential negative impacts and identify how to best seize opportunities.

- Rethink current activities It is critical that companies analyse how the disaster may change demand and consumption patterns, or otherwise alter the business landscape. This analysis must be done holistically, by looking not only at the immediate supply chain but also several steps away from the immediate goods. For example, automakers should consider the supply and price of steel post-flood, given that there will likely be an increase in construction activities to rebuild and recover affected areas.

- Identify and position to capture business opportunities In addition to taking defensive measures,KBank eyes 25% of B150bn flood-recovery business loans-hesco barrier,Reno Mattress, smart companies also went on the offensive and sought new opportunities for growth. Certain businesses _ for example, those focusing on infrastructure investment or consumer products that address home, convenience, or safety concerns _ can expect to expand in the wake of a disaster. On the consumer side, Japanese consumers modified their daily routines in response to the increased stress they faced. They engaged more frequently in activities such as "cocooning" at home and reading. They also scaled back on other activities _ most notably, making purchases related to travel, real estate, automobiles, and other durable goods. Thinking through probable changes to consumer behaviour will likely identify new business opportunities.

When companies seize these opportunities, more winners will emerge after the storm.

In our next few articles, we will discuss how government and businesses can respond to the crisis. We will cover concrete ideas for how companies can turn the crisis into real business opportunities, as well as potential government responses _ short- and long-term measures.

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The QIAOSHI's Military Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.

Originally designed for use on beaches and marshes for erosion and flood control, the Hesco Bastion quickly became a popular security device in the 1990s.

Assembly
Assembling the Hesco Bastion entails unfolding it and (if available) using a front end loader to fill it with sand, dirt or gravel. The placement of the barrier is generally very similar to the placement of a sandbag barrier or earth berm except that room must generally be allowed for the equipment used to fill the barrier. The main advantage of Military Barrier, strongly contributing to their popularity with troops and flood fighters,铜包钢电焊网, is the quick and easy setup. Previously, people had to fill sandbags, a slow undertaking, with one worker filling about 20 sandbags per hour. Workers using Military Barrier and a front end loader can do ten times the work of those using sandbags.
The Hesco Barrier come in a variety of sizes. Most of the barriers can also be stacked, and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets. Example dimensions of typical configurations are 46" x 36" x 32 (1.4m x 1.1m x 9.8m) to 7 x 5 x 100 (2.1m x 1.5m x 30m).
A new system of Hesco Bastion developed specially for military use is deployed from a container, which is dragged along the line of ground where the barrier is to be formed, unfolding up to several hundred meters of barrier in minutes, ready for filling with soil by a backhoe.

Protection
Filled with sand, 60 centimetres (24 inches) of barrier thickness will stop rifle bullets and shell fragments. It takes 1.5 metres (five feet) of thickness to prevent penetration by a rocket propelled grenade round. Approximately 1.2 metres (four feet) of thickness provides protection against most car bombs.

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10十二/11

Flood of sanctions fails to halt Syrian bloodshed-wire meshes

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Flood of sanctions fails to halt Syrian bloodshed

Published: 1/12/2011 at 05:32 AM
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The embattled regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Wednesday pressed on with a deadly crackdown on dissent even as a flood of fresh sanctions further isolated Damascus.

Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem attends a meeting of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) in the Saudi coastal city of Jeddah.

Activists said 14 civilians were killed by Syrian forces in the flashpoint provinces of Idlib and Homs, while in the southern Daraa province, cradle of eight months of anti-regime unrest, a blast killed seven security forces.

The latest violence came as the world's largest Islamic body, the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, urged member Syria to cooperate with the Arab League and allow a team of observers to visit the country.

The League imposed sanctions on the Damascus regime Sunday after it defied an ultimatum to accept observers under a plan to halt the crackdown which the UN says has killed more than 3,500 people since mid-March.

After emergency talks on Syria, a statement by the OIC urged Damascus to "immediately stop using excessive force against civilians" and to "respond to the decisions of the Arab League."

Speaking after the meeting OIC chief Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu said the group "urged Syria to stop violating human rights and to allow Islamic and international human organisations access to Syria."

Turkey, following the lead of Arab states, also announced Wednesday a raft of sanctions against Syria winning praise from Washington which said the action will further isolate Assad's embattled regime.

"The leadership shown by Turkey in response to the brutality and violation of the fundamental rights of the Syrian people will isolate the Assad regime," said National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor.

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmed Davutoglu announced the sanctions including an immediate ban on all transactions with the Damascus government and central bank and freezing all Syrian state assets in Turkey.

Similar measures would also be taken against "some well-known businessmen who are strong advocates of the Syrian regime," he said,gabiony Mattress, adding that sanctions will also include a ban on Syrian officials visiting Turkey.

The Arab League, which suspended Syria's membership in November, approved unprecedented sanctions against Syria including a freeze on government assets, suspending cooperation with Syria's central bank and halting funding for projects in the country.

On Wednesday a League committee met at the pan-Arab bloc's Cairo headquarters to decide on a list of Syrian officials who will be banned from Arab countries and whose bank accounts will be frozen.

They were also due to decide on when to implement a decision to end all flights to and from Syria and a list of necessary foodstuffs that will be excluded from the ban on trade with Syria's government.

Syria is also facing US and EU sanctions and the European Union is set to beef up punitive oil and financial measures against Damascus on Thursday,stainless steel back, a move diplomats said was aimed at choking Syrian sources of funding.

They will include bans on exporting gas and oil industry equipment to Syria, trading Syrian government bonds and selling software that could be used to monitor Internet and telephone communications.

The US has slapped Syria with a package of sanctions, including a freeze on government assets, a ban on citizens from doing business with the country as well as a ban on the sale of telecommunications equipment to Syria.

The slew of sanctions appear to have had little impact on the regime in Syria,School opening postponed to Dec 13-hesco bastion, where the death toll rose again on Wednesday.

Security forces killed nine civilians in the northwestern Idlib province, including a 12-year-old boy and a woman, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

Five other civilians were killed by gunfire in separate incidents in the central city of Homs.

And seven members of the security forces were killed in clashes with army deserters in the Daraa town of Dael, the Britain-based group said, adding that their vehicle had been blown up.

More than 164 people were also arrested in Dael where security forces carried out search operations,防洪墙-basketball fence mesh, the group said, adding that 19 people were wounded by gunfire.

State television meanwhile reported that authorities released 912 people who were involved in anti-regime unrest but have "no blood on their hands,石笼网, the third batch freed this month.

In Jeddah the OIC expressed frustration at the unending bloodshed and raised concerns about the international response to the crisis in Syria at the start of its meeting.

"We also refuse any military intervention and affirm our respect to Syria and its sovereignty... and welcome international and Arab efforts" to reach a solution, the head of the OIC said.

Just days after UN-appointed investigators accused Syrian security forces of crimes against humanity, including the torture of children, the UN Human Rights Council said it will hold a special session on Syria.

Friday's meeting -- the third by the council on Syrian this year -- will be convened following a request by the European Union, a diplomatic source said.

Human rights group Amnesty International called on the UN Security Council to refer Syria to the International Criminal Court.

"It is high time for the UN Security council to take action," the group's Middle East campaigner Maha Abu Shama said.

Amnesty International is pressing for an arms embargo, asset freezes against Assad and his associates, as well as an investigation by the ICC.

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The QIAOSHI's Military Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner,Flood Prevention technology-Hesco Bastion, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.

Originally designed for use on beaches and marshes for erosion and flood control, the Hesco Bastion quickly became a popular security device in the 1990s.

Assembly
Assembling the Hesco Bastion entails unfolding it and (if available) using a front end loader to fill it with sand, dirt or gravel. The placement of the barrier is generally very similar to the placement of a sandbag barrier or earth berm except that room must generally be allowed for the equipment used to fill the barrier. The main advantage of Military Barrier, strongly contributing to their popularity with troops and flood fighters, is the quick and easy setup. Previously, people had to fill sandbags, a slow undertaking, with one worker filling about 20 sandbags per hour. Workers using Military Barrier and a front end loader can do ten times the work of those using sandbags.
The Hesco Barrier come in a variety of sizes. Most of the barriers can also be stacked, and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets. Example dimensions of typical configurations are 46" x 36" x 32 (1.4m x 1.1m x 9.8m) to 7 x 5 x 100 (2.1m x 1.5m x 30m).
A new system of Hesco Bastion developed specially for military use is deployed from a container, which is dragged along the line of ground where the barrier is to be formed, unfolding up to several hundred meters of barrier in minutes, ready for filling with soil by a backhoe.

Protection
Filled with sand, 60 centimetres (24 inches) of barrier thickness will stop rifle bullets and shell fragments. It takes 1.5 metres (five feet) of thickness to prevent penetration by a rocket propelled grenade round. Approximately 1.2 metres (four feet) of thickness provides protection against most car bombs.

Specification

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School opening postponed to Dec 13-Hesco barrier

The QIAOSHI's ,expanded wire mesh For the use of many industriesMilitary Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.

Assembly
Assembling the Hesco Bastion entails unfolding it and (if available) using a front end loader to fill it with sand, dirt or gravel. The placement of the barrier is generally very similar to the placement of a sandbag barrier or earth berm except that room must generally be allowed for the equipment used to fill the barrier. The main advantage of Military Barrier, strongly contributing to their popularity with troops and flood fighters, is the quick and easy setup. Previously,black annealed wire, people had to fill sandbags, a slow undertaking,Winning after the storm Learnings from other disasters-Hesco Bastion, with one worker filling about 20 sandbags per hour. Workers using Military Barrier and a front end loader can do ten times the work of those using sandbags.
The Hesco Barrier come in a variety of sizes. Most of the barriers can also be stacked, and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets. Example dimensions of typical configurations are 46" x 36" x 32 (1.4m x 1.1m x 9.8m) to 7 x 5 x 100 (2.1m x 1.5m x 30m).
A new system of Hesco Bastion developed specially for military use is deployed from a container, which is dragged along the line of ground where the barrier is to be formed, unfolding up to several hundred meters of barrier in minutes, ready for filling with soil by a backhoe.
Protection
Filled with sand, 60 centimetres (24 inches) of barrier thickness will stop rifle bullets and shell fragments. It takes 1.5 metres (five feet) of thickness to prevent penetration by a rocket propelled grenade round. Approximately 1.2 metres (four feet) of thickness provides protection against most car bombs.
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Students walk with their parents to their inundated school in Phichit province on Sept 02,Heavy Type Hexagonal Mesh, 2011. (Photo by Sithipoj Keibui)

The reopening of 91 schools run by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has been postponed from Dec 6 to Dec 13 due to high flood levels, Bangkok deputy governor Taya Teepsuwan said Wednesday.

School opening postponed to Dec 13

  • Published: 30/11/2011 at 12:02 PM
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The schools that will reopen on Dec 6 will have five-hour classes every Saturday between Dec 10 and March 3, she said.

As for the schools that will resume classes on Dec 13, there will be five-hour classes every Saturday from Dec 10 to March 3 and every Sunday from Dec 18 to Jan 15.

Following the reopening, studying hours on weekdays will be also extended from 3pm to 4pm until Feb 27 next year due to the postponement, the deputy governor added.

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Mrs Taya said many schools in 10 districts of the capital, such as Sai Mai, Bang Bon,UTCC Q1 growth hinges on post-flood measures-hesco bastion, Don Muang and Lak Si, remain flooded.

Originally designed for use on beaches and marshes for erosion and flood control, the Hesco Bastion quickly became a popular security device in the 1990s.

Previously,Joint Press Conference of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra with Mr.Ban Ki-moon, Secre-Hesco Bastio, the BMA postponed the reopening of schools under its jurisdiction from Dec 1 to Dec 6 or later because of the flooding in the capital.

3十二/11

Thailand’s Thongchai in floods appeal-石笼袋

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Thailand's worst floods in half a century devastated vast areas of the kingdom and left more than 600 people dead.

Originally designed for use on beaches and marshes for erosion and flood control, the Hesco Bastion quickly became a popular security device in the 1990s.

Thongchai was speaking a day after countryman Thaworn Wiratchant accused the Thai government of wasting money on luring big-name international players to the inaugural event in Bangkok next week.

The QIAOSHI's Military Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war,石笼袋, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.

And Thongchai, a two-time winner of the Asian Tour of Merit,etching, said he was also donating personal items,Tunnelling toward a city with no more flood woes-HESCO, including clubs, shoes and shirts.

Assembly
Assembling the Hesco Bastion entails unfolding it and (if available) using a front end loader to fill it with sand, dirt or gravel. The placement of the barrier is generally very similar to the placement of a sandbag barrier or earth berm except that room must generally be allowed for the equipment used to fill the barrier. The main advantage of Military Barrier, strongly contributing to their popularity with troops and flood fighters, is the quick and easy setup. Previously, people had to fill sandbags, a slow undertaking,黑铁丝, with one worker filling about 20 sandbags per hour. Workers using Military Barrier and a front end loader can do ten times the work of those using sandbags.
The Hesco Barrier come in a variety of sizes. Most of the barriers can also be stacked, and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets. Example dimensions of typical configurations are 46" x 36" x 32 (1.4m x 1.1m x 9.8m) to 7 x 5 x 100 (2.1m x 1.5m x 30m).
A new system of Hesco Bastion developed specially for military use is deployed from a container,After the flood in Thailand-barbed wire mesh, which is dragged along the line of ground where the barrier is to be formed, unfolding up to several hundred meters of barrier in minutes, ready for filling with soil by a backhoe.
Protection
Filled with sand, 60 centimetres (24 inches) of barrier thickness will stop rifle bullets and shell fragments. It takes 1.5 metres (five feet) of thickness to prevent penetration by a rocket propelled grenade round. Approximately 1.2 metres (four feet) of thickness provides protection against most car bombs.
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"Without the sponsors' money we don't have a tournament and then players don't get to play. These sorts of events promote sports but they also can help charities which is what my country needs right now."

Thailand's top golfer Thongchai Jaidee on Thursday defended the money being used to lure star players to next week's Thai Golf Championships, saying the event can help raise funds for victims of recent flooding.

An estimated US$5 million has reportedly been added to the Thai event by state-owned companies, and world No 2 Rory McIlroy, world No 3 Lee Westwood and Major winner Darren Clarke have all signed up.

"I think this event can bring attention to Thailand and by having these stars here we can help a lot of the charities raise money," said Thongchai on the sidelines of the UBS Hong Kong Open.

Thailand's Thongchai in floods appeal


The Thai Golf Championship is donating money raised from ticket sales to help support flood relief.

"While it might be a good idea to show the rest of the world that Thailand is back to normal, I think the money could have been used to helping the thousands of people affected by the floods,Thai PM leaves hospital, visiting Vietnam Wednesday afternoon-HESCO," Thaworn said.

3十二/11

After the flood in Thailand-barbed wire mesh

After the flood in Thailand
UPDATE : 21 November 2011
Bangkok - Massive floods have shifted Thailand's political current, draining Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's previous strong momentum and replenishing the royalist establishment forces aligned against her criminally convicted and self-exiled former premier elder brother, Thaksin Shinawatra.

By Shawn W Crispin

Four months after winning a resounding electoral mandate, Yingluck now faces a credibility deficit over her administration's erratic and by many accounts inept handling of the natural disaster. The floods have inundated thousands of factories, adversely affected more than two million people and resulted in nearly 600 deaths. Competitive responses to the high waters, meanwhile, have underscored Thailand's still deep political

polarization.

As the crisis shifts from emergency response to rehabilitation and recovery, Yingluck is now gambling that massive state spending for flood-hit areas, ramped up populist policies and, most controversially, a secretly proposed draft amnesty decree that would allow Thaksin to return next month to Thailand as a free man will restore her government's once-strong, now-weakened standing.

While Yingluck has faltered, the floods have served as what some analysts have called a "perfect disaster" for rival conservative forces. Before the deluge, Yingluck's government was steadily moving to undermine several royal establishment power bases in the name of political reform, putting the military, bureaucracy, judiciary and anti-Thaksin media outlets on the political back foot.

A defense bill aimed to establish greater civilian control over the armed forces, including over promotions and demotions, while the creation of a new commission aimed at revamping the judiciary seemed set to shuffle top royalist judges. Proposed new media legislation, drafted by the Culture Ministry, would empower the national police chief, currently Thaksin's former brother-in-law, to unilaterally censor the print media without the legal recourse of court review.

Military coup-makers buoyed by opposition media overthrew Thaksin in a 2006 putsch. Royalist judges, meanwhile, have handed down a series of decisions that have gone against Thaksin and his political allies. Politicized verdicts banned his top deputies from politics, brought down two Thaksin-affiliated governments in 2008, and last year seized US$1.4 billion of Thaksin's personal assets on corruption-related charges.

Yingluck's pre-flood moves aimed at tackling the military and judiciary cut against the pre-election accommodation reached in Brunei between Thaksin interlocutors, the military and a section of the royal palace that underpinned this year's smooth democratic transition and raised hopeful new prospects for national reconciliation after six years of on-off crises.

So, too, did earlier trial balloons floated by Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung suggesting legal loopholes to absolve Thaksin of his criminal conviction, and new police investigations he launched into the military's role in last year's pro-Thaksin protest-related killings.

Those moves and the political reset brought on by the floods would seem to indicate the earlier Brunei accommodation has now run its full course. Now, as Yingluck bids to regain lost political momentum, she will face a rejuvenated royalist establishment that has scored political points at her government's expense during the floods and more radical elements that are already threatening a backlash against her royal amnesty plan to rehabilitate her elder sibling Thaksin.

To Yingluck's detractors, the floods have exposed badly her political inexperience,barbed wire mesh, a leadership vacuum they contend has raised unnecessarily the human, economic and reputational costs of the disaster. Allegations of corruption in delivering, storing and procuring aid have hit some of her top deputies, while Yingluck's periodic bouts of crying on camera have raised uncomfortable questions about her fortitude and mental health.

To her proponents, her Puea Thai party-led government has done as well as could be expected considering the scale of the floods, widely characterized as the worst to hit the country in over five decades. They have argued blame for the lack of preparedness should be shared with the outgoing Democrat Party-led government, which allowed now overflowing dams to fill with water before leaving office.

The Democrats, now in control of Bangkok's governorship,Barbed Wire, have in instances shamelessly, though not always effectively, exploited the crisis to undermine Yingluck's credibility and leadership and pre-emptively campaign to retain the politically powerful post at elections scheduled for 2012.

Military rescue

While Yingluck has jousted with the Democrats, the military has turned the crisis into an opportunity to rehabilitate its image after last year's lethal crackdown on pro-Thaksin, anti-government "Red Shirt" street protestors. Army commander General Prayuth Chan-ocha has repeatedly resisted calls to invoke a state of emergency, countering Red Shirt criticism that he aimed to exploit the disaster to seize power in a "water coup" by deferring to Yingluck's civilian power.

Instead, the military has forwarded the democratic notion, including over its mouthpiece television news station, that it serves as a "people's army" through its lead role in evacuations, emergency transport and aid delivery. It has also strategically deferred to police to maintain order in cases where flood victims have protested and dismantled flood barriers erected to protect industrial estates and inner Bangkok at the expense of their poor, often pro-Red Shirt communities.

More symbolically, Prayuth has emerged as a de facto spokesman for hospitalized King Bhumibol Adulyadej by conveying in public statements the revered monarch's perspective on how best to deal with the flooding. Royal army units have conspicuously worn tee-shirts with "King's Guard" emblazoned across their backs while conducting emergency operations, underscoring the notion that the palace and military are working hand-in-hand to provide flood relief.

The notion was underscored when Prayuth announced that Bhumibol was opposed to government plans to give special priority to protecting royal palaces from the floods. The Thai media, meanwhile, have repeated potent nationalistic terminology used by military spokesmen that has effectively likened newly inundated districts in Bangkok to lost national territory on Yingluck's watch.

The palace, too, has waded into the battle for public perceptions. Princess Chulabhorn told local media that King Bhumibol recently lost consciousness after watching hours of news reports about the human suffering caused by the floods and apparently as a result suffered from intestinal bleeding - a candid report on Bhumibol's health that some royalists and independent analysts interpreted as veiled criticism of Yingluck's crisis management.

Throughout the crisis, Yingluck has bowed to royal authority, including through direct consultations with King Bhumibol, who over the years has taken a special interest in water management issues. The obeisance was also seen in her appointment of Thongtong Chandrangsu, a top royal adviser to Princess Sirindhorn, to take over as spokesman of her Flood Relief Operations Command (FROC), and Sumet Tantivejkul, one of King Bhumibol's closest advisers, to steer a committee overseeing the government's flood rehabilitation efforts.

Both appointments came after Yingluck's earlier flood managers and messengers came under harsh media criticism and have played into the royalist narrative that elected politicians are prone to corruption and prioritize personal over national interests. At the same time, some analysts believe royalist bureaucrats involved in water management have intentionally skewed and backtracked on their assessments and predictions to make Yingluck appear conflicted in her media appearances.

The crisis has also exposed underlying divisions and conflicting agendas inside Yingluck's and Thaksin's diverse political camp. A group of 111 politicians legally banned from politics for five years after the 2006 coup will be eligible to run for office or take up cabinet posts as early as May 2012. Factional leaders in the group have carped in private to Thaksin about Yingluck's performance, though local media reports indicating some have called for her removal were apparently overblown, according to people familiar with the situation.

Some analysts believe Yingluck needs to reshuffle her cabinet before Thaksin's old guard returns to show responsibility for relief supply scandals and reassert political control over key ministries, including the agriculture, energy and interior portfolios, to avoid becoming a lame duck administration. Agriculture Minister Teera Wongsamut, who admitted under opposition grilling that he kept water levels at key dams high in a bid to store enough water to support a third annual crop of rice, is most vulnerable.

Teera's Chart Thai party hails from the country's central rice growing region and is poised to profit from Yingluck's populist rice price pledging scheme, which will use government funds to pay prices high above prevailing global market rates. However, if Chart Thai,密型钢格栅, a junior but pivotal coalition partner, is made the crisis fall guy, the party could work at odds with Yingluck's priority policies, including national reconciliation schemes, that require parliamentary approval.

With her government weakened, the royalist establishment emboldened, and the flood crisis not yet resolved, some analysts wonder whether Yingluck may have miscalculated in pushing now to secure Thaksin's return. Thaksin critics, including the royalist People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) "Yellow Shirt" protest group, have said the draft royal decree puts undue pressure on King Bhumibol, who by law is above politics, has been hospitalized with a series of maladies since September 2009, and ultimately would have to sign off on the amnesty order.

Those are still volatile charges in Thailand's polarized political context, particularly in the lead-up to the widely revered Bhumibol's numerologically significant 84th birthday celebrations and in light of the monarch's many recent addresses promoting rule by law.

Renewed anti-Thaksin street protests threaten new bouts of instability, particularly if the establishment forces that shunned the PAD's anti-Cambodia, anti-Democrat party protests last year rededicate their resources to the more unifying anti-Thaksin cause. As Thailand's flood waters slowly recede, a new crisis is already emerging on the political horizon.

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Specification

Military Barrier

Assembly
Assembling the Hesco Bastion entails unfolding it and (if available) using a front end loader to fill it with sand, dirt or gravel. The placement of the barrier is generally very similar to the placement of a sandbag barrier or earth berm except that room must generally be allowed for the equipment used to fill the barrier. The main advantage of Military Barrier, strongly contributing to their popularity with troops and flood fighters, is the quick and easy setup. Previously, people had to fill sandbags, a slow undertaking, with one worker filling about 20 sandbags per hour. Workers using Military Barrier and a front end loader can do ten times the work of those using sandbags.
The Hesco Barrier come in a variety of sizes. Most of the barriers can also be stacked, and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets. Example dimensions of typical configurations are 46" x 36" x 32 (1.4m x 1.1m x 9.8m) to 7 x 5 x 100 (2.1m x 1.5m x 30m).
A new system of Hesco Bastion developed specially for military use is deployed from a container, which is dragged along the line of ground where the barrier is to be formed, unfolding up to several hundred meters of barrier in minutes, ready for filling with soil by a backhoe.
Protection
Filled with sand, 60 centimetres (24 inches) of barrier thickness will stop rifle bullets and shell fragments. It takes 1.5 metres (five feet) of thickness to prevent penetration by a rocket propelled grenade round. Approximately 1.2 metres (four feet) of thickness provides protection against most car bombs.
Hesco Barrier Hesco Bastion
Military Barriers Military Bastions
Military Barrier Military Bastion

Originally designed for use on beaches and marshes for erosion and flood control, the Hesco Bastion quickly became a popular security device in the 1990s.

The QIAOSHI's Military Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.

19十一/11

Concerns, floodwaters rise in Bangkok-Flood Barrier

The death toll from Thailand's worst flooding in half a century reached 506 Sunday as floodwaters inched southward toward downtown Bangkok,Flood Barrier, the interior ministry said. With evacuations already affecting at least 11 of Bangkok's 50 districts, its governor,hesco barrier, Sukhumbhand Paribatra, on Sunday expressed fresh concerns about even-worse flooding due to malfunctions at 14 flood gates in western Bangkok,Thai confidence at 10-year low; floods hit more firms-Military Bastions, the state-run MCOT news agency reported. Moreover, the city's flood relief operations headquarters (which has already been moved once) is now surrounded by water. Even so, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said that there are no plans currently to move it, according to MCOT. Advertisement The water continued to rise further Sunday around the city. Hints of seeming normalcy -- like all 18 subway stations operating normally, despite some station entrances being closed -- clashed against continuing concerns about the situation and the government's ability to handle it. "I don't know what the government is doing," said resident Chaiwat Rattanawitthayapol, as he shopped for water pumps and sandbags to protect his home. "They promised that water would be diverted to the east and west. ... Why is water coming closer and closer to (the) central part? I don't see any improvement." At the sprawling 27-acre Chatuchak Weekend Market, only about 10% of the booths were open. Some merchants reduced prices to draw shoppers. "There are a lot less people (who came) today. ... People are afraid of flooding," one shop owner told CNN. Meanwhile, Arun Sricharoon, the market's director,Hesco Bastion, kept a close eye on the approaching waters. A 2-foot (60-centimeter) wall around the market should help prevent flooding, he said. "I think the wall is still able to handle the flood," he said. "But if water spills into the market, and if it affects the safety of shop owners, then we will announce the (market's) closure." Across the country,Thailand tries to help companies, as floods spread-Military Bastions, the flooding -- now in its third month -- has affected 25 of Thailand's 76 provinces. A Thailand Disaster and Mitigation Department report, issued Sunday and reported by MCOT, estimated about 3.1 million people have been affected and 4 million acres of farmland have been damaged. Moreover,Thai confidence at 10-year low; floods hit more firms-Welded Box, the department said two people are believed missing and about 75 highways have closed. In the provinces of Nakhon Sawan and Ayutthaya, cleanup efforts were under way.

10十一/11

hesco bastion-Thai confidence at 10-year low; floods hit more firms

Wannarat said 10 more pumps would be brought in on Thursday to add to the 44 the estate already used to push water into a nearby canal. "If all goes as planned, we should still be able to defend this estate," the minister said.

(Reuters) - Thai consumer confidence fell to a 10-year low in October because of flooding that has taken 533 lives and shut thousands of factories, with another industrial estate threatened on Thursday as water spread in the east of the capital, Bangkok.

"The flooding has dragged down consumer confidence and it will probably fall further if the economy is severely affected and the government can't speed up rebuilding within 3-6 months," said university economist Thanavath Phonvichaisaid.

But Bangkok Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra has cancelled a big event on the fast-flowing river and urged people not to float their offerings in flooded areas. That would add to the tonnes of rubbish lying in sodden piles in the streets,Hesco barriers, he said, and the candles were a fire hazard.

"We can't stop producing. Bang Chan is now the only big kitchen left for Bangkok people," he said.

Suvarnabhumi international airport in the east of Bangkok is functioning normally inside a reinforced dike at least 3 metres (10 ft) high, but the old Don Muang airport in the north of the city, used mainly for internal flights, is closed.

Reuters reporters in the area said workers had largely managed this so far. But highways to the north of the country are inundated and Rama II Road, the main route to the rubber-producing south, which has not been flooded, is under threat.

Yongyuth Thongsuk, deputy permanent secretary of the Industry Ministry, said 16 companies had temporarily shut.

Workers are trying to hold the line at the city's Bang Sue canal running from east to west, pushing water into the Chao Phraya river and stopping it from overflowing to the south.

Water has seeped into parts of Bang Chan industrial estate in the eastern suburbs, home to 93 factories run by local and international companies including Nestle SA (NESN.VX), instant noodle maker YumYum and President Bakery Pcl (PB.BK), which makes buns for McDonald's (MCD.N) and Farmhouse bread.

ECONOMIC TOLL

The UTTC put the damage at 300-400 billion baht and forecast economic growth of 1.5-2.5 percent this year. If rebuilding did not start quickly and Europe's debt crisis worsened, it may be just 0.5 percent, it said.

(Additional reporting by Ploy Ten Kate,hesco bastion, Martin Petty,Welded Gabions, Boontiwa Wichakul, Panarat Thepgumpanat, Orathai Sriring and Thin Lei Win; Editing by Kim Coghill)

In streets south of Don Muang, stagnant water chest-high in places was starting to leave dark stains on buildings in places, a Reuters reporter said. Many locals have refused to evacuate, some getting around on bamboo rafts, others waiting at flooded bus stops for transport provided by the military or aid groups.

The Chao Phraya river snaking through Bangkok has another phase of high tides from Thursday to Monday but a navy official said water should not reach the record high levels seen at the end of October, when banks overflowed in places.

Idthipol Patimavirujh, deputy managing director of Daily Foods Co Ltd, the third-biggest milk producer in Thailand, said its three plants at Bang Chan were still working.

"We still cannot tell the exact damage, but it will be higher than 120 billion baht," Deputy Governor Suchada Kirakul told reporters.

The flooding began in the north of the country in late July, ruining a quarter of the main rice crop now being harvested and overwhelming industrial estates north of Bangkok in October.

The consumer confidence index from the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce UTTC.L slumped from 72.2 in September to 62.8 in October,Flood Lines-Thai confidence at 10-year low; floods hit more firms, its lowest level since the aftermath of the September 2001 attacks on the United States.

The floods would cut foreign tourist arrivals this year by up to 800,000 from the 18 to 19 million expected, at a cost of more than 20 billion baht, Suchada said.

"Most operators who have stopped are in the painting and industrial glue businesses,Welded Box-Thailand tries to help companies, as floods spread," he said. "Major food producers like Nestle, Farmhouse and YumYum are still operating as normal.

Industry Minister Wannarat Channukul told Reuters factories had been advised to raise machinery from floor level but the estate was only at flood alert level one,Military Bastions-Thai confidence at 10-year low; floods hit more firms, meaning firms could decide for themselves whether they should continue operations.

The central bank has slashed its economic growth forecast for this year to 2.6 percent from 4.1 percent and may have to cut it further if the flooding spreads right across Bangkok, which accounts for 41 percent of the country's gross domestic product.

Thursday sees the Loy Krathong festival, when Thais like to float offerings of food, flowers and candles on rivers and lakes, a symbolic pushing away of bad feelings and bad luck.

Now the capital itself is in danger. Residents in a third of its districts, mostly in the north of the densely populated city of 12 million people, have been advised to get out.

3十一/11

gabion-Military Barriers

Assembly
Assembling the Hesco Bastion entails unfolding it and (if available) using a front end loader to fill it with sand,gabion box, dirt or gravel. The placement of the barrier is generally very similar to the placement of a sandbag barrier or earth berm except that room must generally be allowed for the equipment used to fill the barrier. The main advantage of Military Barrier, strongly contributing to their popularity with troops and flood fighters, is the quick and easy setup. Previously,石笼-Metal Etching, people had to fill sandbags,Coated Wire-Window Screen, a slow undertaking,安装夹,格宾网-Nails, with one worker filling about 20 sandbags per hour. Workers using Military Barrier and a front end loader can do ten times the work of those using sandbags.
The Hesco Barrier come in a variety of sizes. Most of the barriers can also be stacked, and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets. Example dimensions of typical configurations are 46" x 36" x 32 (1.4m x 1.1m x 9.8m) to 7 x 5 x 100 (2.1m x 1.5m x 30m).
A new system of Hesco Bastion developed specially for military use is deployed from a container, which is dragged along the line of ground where the barrier is to be formed, unfolding up to several hundred meters of barrier in minutes,Gabion Mattress, ready for filling with soil by a backhoe.
Protection
Filled with sand, 60 centimetres (24 inches) of barrier thickness will stop rifle bullets and shell fragments. It takes 1.5 metres (five feet) of thickness to prevent penetration by a rocket propelled grenade round. Approximately 1.2 metres (four feet) of thickness provides protection against most car bombs.
Hesco Barrier Hesco Bastion
Military Barriers Military Bastions
Military Barrier Military Bastion

Originally designed for use on beaches and marshes for erosion and flood control, the Hesco Bastion quickly became a popular security device in the 1990s.

The QIAOSHI's Military Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.

Specification

Military Barrier

Military Barriers/Hesco Bastions

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