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31/01/2019

JDR wins offshore wind contract for Taiwan project

JDR Cable Systems, supplier of subsea umbilicals and power cables to the offshore energy industry, has been selected by Jan De Nul to supply subsea power cables and accessories for the Taiwan Power Company Offshore Wind Farm Phase One.
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30/01/2019

BPMA launches job seeker service

The British Pump Manufacturers' Association (BPMA) has launched a free service to help unemployed job seekers or anyone facing redundancy, who has a relevant engineering background and is looking for work within the pump sector or its ...
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29/01/2019

MD retires at gas analysers maker Signal Group

John Clements, managing director of gas analysers manufacturer Signal Group, has retired.
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28/01/2019

thyssenkrupp twin elevators for new Hekla tower

The Paris district ‘La Defense’ is to become home to a new skyscraper that features thyssenkrupp’s twin elevators with two cabins instead of just one moving in the same shaft.
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25/01/2019

US company enters UK manufacturing PPE and tools market

Fortune 100 company Grainger Inc is to enter the UK manufacturing market in hand tools, power tools and personal protective equipment (PPE) through its subsidiary Zoro UK.
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24/01/2019

Filtermist makes IMTEX debut

A specialist in providing cleaner, safer and more productive work environments is heading to IMTEX this week (24 to 30 January), as it plans to expand its business in India by 30%.
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23/01/2019

Babcock Wanson constructs rapid steam generators for ‘Europe’s largest LNG ...

Process heating systems specialist Babcock Wanson has completed a project for National Grid that features two bespoke rapid steam generators at its Grain LNG importation terminal in Rochester, Kent.
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22/01/2019

Joint venture to provide AM services to oil & gas, mining and major ...

Australian metal 3D printer manufacturer Aurora Labs has entered into an agreement with WorleyParsons Services Pty to form a 50/50 incorporated joint venture, to be named AdditiveNow.
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21/01/2019

Column lift provider enters the rail sector

Heavy-duty vehicle liftings solutions provider TotalKare is looking to take its expertise into the rail sector after signing a new deal with Emanuel.
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18/01/2019

RPI LabStandard enables Worldsensing to double calibration capacity of sensors

RPI, developer and manufacturer of precision positioning devices for high accuracy rotary and angular inspection systems, has supplied a LabStandard rotary table to Worldsensing, enabling the Internet of Things (IoT) technology provider to ...
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17/01/2019

SKF launches new railway condition monitoring package

SKF has launched a rail-focused version of its Multilog IMx platform – combining rolling stock and track condition monitoring in a single customised solution.
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16/01/2019

JCB Cab Systems factory shaping up

Construction work on the new £50 million JCB Cab Systems factory is forging ahead as it targets a summer opening.
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15/01/2019

New Digital Experience Centre opened by Siemens

Siemens has opened a fully refurbished ‘Digital Experience Centre’ that has been designed to practically illustrate how its industrial customers can successfully embark on a digital transformation journey.
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14/01/2019

Crosby acquires Straightpoint

Dallas, Texas-based lifting, rigging, and material handling hardware company, The Crosby Group, has completed the acquisition of Straightpoint UK (SP), a manufacturer of load cells and force measurement equipment.
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11/01/2019

Liberty Speciality Steels forges ahead with Infor

Business cloud software provider Infor has become a key technology supplier to integrated steel producer Liberty Speciality Steels UK (now part of the Liberty House Group).
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10/01/2019

Focus SB implements tailored MRP and ERP system

Support with controlling processes and improving production efficiencies is helping a Sussex manufacturer make the most of a multi-million pound Far East opportunity.
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09/01/2019

Truck dashboard display gives MH vehicle drivers battery status visibility

Stored energy solutions provider EnerSys has introduced the new Truck iQ smart battery dashboard to give materials handling vehicle drivers real-time visibility of their truck’s battery status.
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08/01/2019

'Monster’ fatberg longer than six double-decker buses found in Devon sewer

A 64-metre fatberg that is longer than six double-decker buses and made up of hardened fat, oil and wet-wipes has been discovered in a Sidmouth sewer in Devon.
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08/01/2019

Manitowoc tackles road weight restrictions

A transport system to help tackle increasing road weight restrictions in Germany has been created by Manitowoc and Colonia Spezialfahrzeuge (Specialised Vehicles).
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07/01/2019

Gas-driven back-up generators launched

Gas is now a fuel option for Pramac-Generac UK’s range of industrial and residential backup generators.
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04/01/2019

Rio Tinto rolls out autonomous trains at iron ore operations

Global mining group Rio Tinto has deployed AutoHaul, which it says is the world’s largest robot and first automated heavy-haul, long distance rail network.
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04/01/2019

Iron ore operation resumes following pipeline inspection

Anglo American has resumed operations at its Minas-Rio iron ore operation in Brazil.
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03/01/2019

BPMA announces new president

The new president of the British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) has been announced as Richard Harden (pictured), managing director of Wilo UK Ltd.
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03/01/2019

Dustcontrol UK to exhibit at Executive Hire Show 2019

Dust extraction specialist Dustcontrol UK is set to exhibit its range of construction equipment at the Executive Hire Show 2019.
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02/01/2019

Nissan switches on collective solar roof in the Netherlands

Nissan has confirmed the switch-on of what it says is the largest collective solar roof in the Netherlands, at its facility in Amsterdam.
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