In 1979 his farm was bought off him to form part of the Ciskei and he very sadly was forced into early semi-retirement and moved to Port Alfred until his death. TINKLER JOHN MICHAEL 1792 Deceased Novemebr 1958 whilst serving as second officer on the coaster . Congella. TIPPER WILLIAM LOTON 1383 Reported deceased. After Bothie joined Arden Hall Line October 1946. Unfortunately failed the eyestight test in 1948 and thereafter applied to join the Post Office in Port Elizabeth. TISSINK JOHANNES CORNELIS 2459 Previously sailed with Safmarine and Unicorn. 1981 joined the harbour service in Port Elizabeth. Did tours of duty in various ports before promoted pilot in Cape Town. Deceased 03/02/2008. TISSINK PETER MARINUS 2575 Left Safmarine in 1987 as C/O on Nederburg and joined Portnet Durban as mate on the tugs with Rob Reuvers and Peter Blackett. Moved back to Cape Town in 1990 as mate / master on Portnet tugs and then pilot. Got first pilots license in Cape Town in 1995 and left Portnet in 2001 for Ras Laffan, Qatar and I am still here as pilot with Rob De Koning playing with LNG carriers, tankers up to VLCC’s and now dry docks as well.
Michelle is focused on applying her expertise to help identify and develop an exceptional and effective clinical solution that positively affects the health needs and well-being of patients. After graduating from Athlone Institute of Technology in 2008 with a BSc (Hons) in Pharmaceutical Sciences, Michelle went on to complete an MSc in Pharmacognosy at University College London. She subsequently undertook a research opportunity with the Irish NutraMara Marine Functional Food Research Initiative. Her research investigated key problems relevant to the extraction and application of seaweed-derived compounds for nutraceuticals. Michelle published numerous peer-reviewed articles based on her research and graduated from Bangor University with a PhD in Chemistry. Michelle made the move from academia to industry in 2013 by taking up the role of Pharmacologist at ICON, one of the top clinical research organisations globally. She has contributed to the enhancement of digital solutions used by pharmaceutical/biotechnology clients, and clinical trial investigators and participants. During her time at ICON Michelle contributed to various stages of product development, such as competitor analysis, strategy formation, user-centred design and operational considerations of product implementation. In 2017 Michelle completed a Specialist Diploma in Medical Device Science with NUIG and she is looking forward to building on that positive experience by taking part in the Bioinnovate programme. Michelle is eager to observe, first-hand, the clinical issues of today, and to work as part of a team to develop a solution that eases the burden on healthcare professionals while also improving the patient experience.
Another type forming section is the cylinder mould machine  using a mesh-covered rotating cylinder partially immersed in a tank of fibre slurry in the wet end to form a paper web, giving a more random distribution of the cellulose fibres. Cylinder machines can form a sheet at higher consistency, which gives a more three dimensional fibre orientation than lower consistencies, resulting in higher calliper (thickness) and more stiffness in the machine direction (MD). High MD stiffness is useful in food packaging like cereal boxes and other boxes like dry laundry detergent.