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Control
Automation
12/12/2019 Robobus Next year sees a new type of bus service arrive in Scotland, traversing ... » Read More


05/08/2019 A Swiss summit Infor held its Third Annual EAM European Summit at CERN in June. OE’s ... » Read More

Shieldhall modernised - 02/12/2019
ABB drive for quarry company - 18/10/2019
Chopper pumps for dry dock - 04/07/2019
Food maker opts for Fortress - 19/06/2019
ABB aquaculture project - 31/05/2019

Drives
and Motors
07/10/2019 Motor switching Last year, a guide from the Carbon Trust into the energy efficiency of ... » Read More


30/04/2018 Energy-efficiency expectations Using a digital twin can help manage energy efficiency across sectors, as ... » Read More

ABB drive for quarry company - 18/10/2019
Chopper pumps for dry dock - 04/07/2019
Electric ferry gets ready - 21/06/2019
Rotamec buys Pontypool firm - 28/03/2019
ABB launches VSD hire fleet - 22/03/2019

Energy and Environment
05/02/2020 Comment: Floating cities The November 2019 issue of Operations Engineer featured an interview with ... » Read More


08/01/2020 Sweet tricks Operations improvement manager for energy, Chris Mayhew, has witnessed ... » Read More

ANT help for Severn Trent - 25/02/2020
Air pollution monitoring - 19/02/2020
Ashtead supports project - 17/02/2020
New Business Secretary named - 13/02/2020
Decarbonising steel industry - 13/02/2020

Facilities
Management Services
05/02/2020 Fighting floods There are a range of products and equipment that can aid in flooding ... » Read More


12/12/2019 Stepping up to the challenge Thyssenkrupp Elevator has produced its longest-ever escalators, which are ... » Read More

ANT help for Severn Trent - 25/02/2020
Amey launches VR training - 31/01/2020
Proseal meets need for speed - 24/01/2020
ENGIE launches energy centre - 21/01/2020
Ramboll secures BAS role - 17/01/2020

Health and
Safety
05/02/2020 Protecting nature Water companies need to adopt efficient ways of reducing phosphorus levels ... » Read More


05/02/2020 Fighting floods There are a range of products and equipment that can aid in flooding ... » Read More

Proseal meets need for speed - 24/01/2020
Ramboll secures BAS role - 17/01/2020
Bitrez joins hub - 17/12/2019
Furnace project completed - 06/12/2019
Award for Dustcontrol - 05/12/2019

Legislation and Compliance
05/08/2019 Comment: Ripple effect Provisional annual data released by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) ... » Read More


05/08/2019 Listen ear Noise exposure from tools and equipment can be damaging to personnel. A ... » Read More

EEF launches approved course - 07/03/2018
Thorough Examination limits - 10/05/2017
ATEX lift trucks - 23/03/2017
Post Brexit staffing concerns - 07/03/2017
ATEX control panels - 02/02/2017

Maintenance Repair and Operations
05/02/2020 Oh snap! OE’s editor and thermal camera novice Adam Offord visited Flir Systems to ... » Read More


05/02/2020 Staying focused There are a wide range of infrared training courses on the market, from ... » Read More

Spidex CMMS for Glendinning - 06/02/2020
Thurra plans 2020 expansion - 28/01/2020
MGISS and VGIS partner - 23/01/2020
Ficep mobile technology - 22/01/2020
Bilfinger maintenance contract - 12/12/2019

Plant
Equipment
05/02/2020 Ship shape From the advanced polar research vessel RRS Sir David Attenborough to the ... » Read More


05/02/2020 Comment: Floating cities The November 2019 issue of Operations Engineer featured an interview with ... » Read More

Sulzer AI for solar plants - 26/02/2020
ANT help for Severn Trent - 25/02/2020
HSE to carry out inspections - 21/02/2020
Sparrows to provide cranes - 20/02/2020
JCB to reduce output - 14/02/2020

Plant
Practice
05/02/2020 Ship shape From the advanced polar research vessel RRS Sir David Attenborough to the ... » Read More


05/02/2020 Comment: Floating cities The November 2019 issue of Operations Engineer featured an interview with ... » Read More

Ashtead supports project - 17/02/2020
JCB to reduce output - 14/02/2020
New Business Secretary named - 13/02/2020
Mine truck project begins - 12/02/2020
Contract secured by maker - 11/02/2020

Test and Measurement
05/02/2020 Ship shape From the advanced polar research vessel RRS Sir David Attenborough to the ... » Read More


05/02/2020 Comment: Floating cities The November 2019 issue of Operations Engineer featured an interview with ... » Read More

Air pollution monitoring - 19/02/2020
Ashtead supports project - 17/02/2020
Decarbonising steel industry - 13/02/2020
New MD for Grundfos Pumps - 05/02/2020
Econ Engineering invests - 29/01/2020

Training
Skills
05/02/2020 Staying focused There are a wide range of infrared training courses on the market, from ... » Read More


08/01/2020 Comment: More of the same As we enter a new year, it’s a good time to reflect on 2019. So many major ... » Read More

Amey launches VR training - 31/01/2020
Amey turns to AR - 08/01/2020
Most read news stories of 2019 - 20/12/2019
AEMT Award winners named - 27/11/2019
Rehab centre support - 21/11/2019

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