International Ocean Vessel Technical Consultant (IOVTEC) and Valour Offshore Marine Services (VOMS) have formed a strategic alliance to provide services for the offshore wind market in Taiwan.The two parties signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) under which they will bring the DP vessel Avatar Courage, owned by Singapore’s VOMS, into Taiwan to support the market.IOVTEC and VOMS will utilize the recently re-flagged Avatar Courage to provide geotechnical surveys, bubble certain solutions, heavy spare part transportation and crew accommodation services.The multi-purpose DP1 Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel (AHTS) recently completed work on its first offshore wind project in Taiwan, IOVTEC said.“We are excited to devote new assets to support this blooming market and proud to have the chance working with our partner VOMS. As a local company, IOVTEC is devoted to providing optimal local solutions,” said Vincent Tsai, Chief Executive Officer of IOVTEC.
I have never been buying nothing about you fam. You a joke. And after our private convo full of back pedaling you will never have my respect 🤡 https://t.co/do0yxFgUju— Damian Lillard (@Dame_Lillard) August 10, 2020Lillard has been riding high on an individual level of late as he tries to drag Portland into the playoffs. He scored 51 points in a 124-121 win over the 76ers on Sunday, three days after dropping 45 in a win over the Nuggets.Entering Monday, the Trail Blazers were a half-game out of the No. 8 spot in the Western Conference. They’ll finish the season with games against the Mavericks and Nets, currently listed as 7-seeds in the Western and Eastern conferences, respectively.Portland is 4-2 during the NBA’s restart in Orlando. On Monday, Lillard blasted professional TV nonsense merchant Skip Bayless after the Fox Sports 1 host said he didn’t believe in the Trail Blazers point guard. Lillard alluded to a private conversation he had with Bayless in which Bayless acted far less tough than he does as a commentator.MORE: How the Pacers stole T.J. Warren from Suns”I’m still not buying “Dame Time” and apparently the Clippers aren’t either,” Bayless tweeted early on Monday.Lillard’s response: Damian Lillard doesn’t hold back when people disrespect him. The question usually isn’t whether he’ll respond, but how.Sometimes it’s via diss track, like the one he directed at Kings big man Marvin Bagley Jr. Other times it’s a mere social media shot.