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28/08/2018

National Forklift Safety Convention programme unveiled

The Fork Lift Truck Association (FLTA) has revealed the programme for its 15th National Forklift Safety Convention – taking place on 3 October at the Heart of England Events and Conference Centre in Coventry.
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24/08/2018

Drax turns on fourth biomass unit

British electrical power generation firm Drax has switched on the fourth biomass generating unit at its power station in North Yorkshire.
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24/08/2018

Inmarsat & Auxilium partner to deliver satellite IIoT solutions to mining ...

Global mobile satellite communications provider Inmarsat and Australian mining technology solutions company Auxilium have established a formal partnership to deliver effective Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and communications ...
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24/08/2018

Aggregate Industries signs technology & training deal with Siemens

Construction and building materials supplier Aggregate Industries has signed a £3 million deal with Siemens, marking the start of a new technology and training partnership.
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23/08/2018

Safety campaign will tell forklift users: ‘Make sure they get home safe’

The Fork Lift Truck Association (FLTA) has revealed that this year’s ‘Safetember’ campaign will focus on the life-changing nature of many forklift accidents, urging truck operators and their employers to “make sure they get home safe”.
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23/08/2018

ALE showcases wind installation expertise in Argentina

Global heavy lifting contractor ALE has demonstrated its multi-service and wind-specific capabilities whilst performing the electro-mechanical installation for the Garayalde wind farm project in Argentina.
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22/08/2018

SOE Awards close at the end of August

There are just a few days left to enter nominations for the Society of Operations Engineers (SOE) Awards, with prizes including ‘Plant Engineer of the Year', ‘Engineer Surveyor of the Year’ and ‘The Sir Moir Lockhead Safety Award’ up for ...
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22/08/2018

Amey lands major power wins

The power business division of services provider Amey has experienced several successes, it has emerged.
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22/08/2018

HYMIX celebrates 30 years of engineering innovation in transit mixers

Telford-based concrete mixer manufacturer, HYMIX, is celebrating three decades of operation, having started as an independent machinery producer in the construction sector.
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21/08/2018

Historic chimney to be brought down

Preparations to pull down Sellafield’s Windscale Pile One stack are now complete.
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21/08/2018

SolutionsPT seals partnership with industrial cyber-security specialist Claroty

Industrial IT solutions provider SolutionsPT has become a premier partner in the UK and Ireland for industrial cyber-security specialist Claroty’s OT Cyber Security platform.
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20/08/2018

Manufacturing contributes more than just the sum of its parts

UK manufacturing makes a contribution to the UK economy that goes way beyond just the sum of its sub-sector parts, according to an annual snapshot of the sector published today.
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17/08/2018

Transformer to be delivered to West Weybridge substation in Surrey

A new 143 tonne transformer is being delivered to West Weybridge substation in Surrey today (Friday 17 August) to keep electricity flowing to the county and beyond.
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17/08/2018

Award-winning engineer urges young people to consider apprenticeships

An award-winning female apprentice has urged young people to consider the vocational learning route when they receive their GCSE and A-Level results over the next week.
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16/08/2018

CV-Library: Engineering salaries hit a high, but some feel underpaid

Average salaries for engineering roles hit a three-month high in July, as pay increased by 1.8% year-on-year, according to CV-Library.
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16/08/2018

FANUC launches intelligent diagnostics for robots

Downtime in industrial robots could soon be a thing of the past thanks to the latest intelligent diagnostics software from FANUC.
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15/08/2018

Renishaw and Bristol Music Trust bring music to engineering

Global engineering company Renishaw has teamed up with the Bristol Music Trust charity to combine science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and music education for children in Bristol. As part of the collaboration, Renishaw is ...
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15/08/2018

New remote monitor for automatic lubrication systems

SKF has introduced its LRM2 lubrication remote monitor, which is compatible with oil or grease, and designed for use with lubrication systems that cannot be checked daily due to the nature or position of the application.
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14/08/2018

Offshore platform now accessible on Google Streetview

Offshore platform Cygnus is now accessible via Google Streetview, giving visitors an insight into life in the oil and gas industry.
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14/08/2018

Scottish seafood processor cuts energy consumption with VSD+ compressor

Salmon producer Marine Harvest VAP (UK) Ltd has achieved annual energy savings of £21,000 after Atlas Copco updated its compressed air system with new technology.
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14/08/2018

Balfour Beatty to build onshore substation for offshore wind farm

UK-founded infrastructure group, Balfour Beatty, has been awarded a multi-million-pound contract to build the onshore substation for Ørsted’s latest offshore wind farm, Hornsea Project Two, on the East coast of England.
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14/08/2018

Entry process for Manufacturing Champions Awards 2018 closes in one month

The ‘Manufacturing Champions Awards 2018’ close in one month, with prizes including ‘Maintenance Champion’, ‘Energy & Environment Champion’ and ‘Employee Innovation’ up for grabs.
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13/08/2018

Total warns against inadequate lubricant maintenance

A lubrication expert from Total Lubricants estimates that more than a quarter (28%) of industrial equipment failure is a result of inadequate lubricant maintenance and incorrect lubrication.
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10/08/2018

AFRC secures £16.5m for new advanced engineering facility

The University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) has secured £16.5 million to establish a major new advanced engineering facility that aims to put Scotland at the forefront of the movement to transform one of the ...
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10/08/2018

Further support announced for Scottish decommissioning projects

An additional £5 million has been made available to the supply chain in Scotland to help maximise the economic benefit from decommissioning of North Sea infrastructure.
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