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GE Power Conversion partners with Sulzer for parts, services, and equipment

In a move to increase services, parts and new equipment availability, minimise repair times, and reduce downtime, GE Power Conversion has signed an agreement with Sulzer, making it an authorised parts, new equipment, and service provider.
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Schaeffler to acquire Elmotec Statomat

Global automotive and industrial supplier Schaeffler has concluded a contract to acquire Elmotec Statomat Holding GmbH (Elmotec Statomat), a manufacturer of production machinery for the high-volume construction of electric motors, in ...
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Multi-Fan Systems sets out expansion plan with appointment

A Shropshire specialist in customised air movement, filtration and extraction systems has made a high-profile appointment to help it meet ambitious plans to increase its current £6m turnover by 40% over the next three years.
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Siemens supplies ‘world’s first’ lithium-ion battery solution for offshore ...

Siemens is claiming a world first by supplying an energy storage solution (ESS) to an offshore drilling rig.
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Winners named at the AEMT Awards 2018

The winners of the Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) Awards 2018 were announced during a Gala Presentation Ceremony in Coventry on Thursday 29 November.
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Babcock Wanson launches BOAS Cat 5 training for coil boiler operators

Babcock Wanson has launched a Boiler Operation Accreditation Scheme (BOAS) Cat 5 training course for Coil type Steam Boiler Operators in the UK, in conjunction with the Combustion Engineering Association (CEA).
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EnerSys to present its latest motive power innovations at LogiMAT 2019

EnerSys will present its latest innovations for motive power batteries and their related infrastructure at LogiMAT 2019 - the International Trade Fair for Intralogistics Solutions and Process Management – on 19-21 February 2019 in ...
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The case for choppers

According to distributor P&M Pumps, 80% of the 366,000 sewer blockages occurring in the UK are caused by non-flushable items, of which the biggest offender is wet wipes.
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T Cards Online takes off at Meggitt

Aerospace and defence component manufacturer Meggitt PLC employs around 12,000 people at manufacturing facilities around the world.
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Researchers developing self-healing concrete

University of Cambridge researchers are using microencapsulation technologies developed by Dolomite Microfluidics to develop self-healing construction materials.
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Weston College to open Construction Training Centre

Weston College is to open a state-of-the-art industry focused training centre.
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Travis Perkins order for JCB

A UK builder’s merchants has invested in 500 new JCB machines worth more than £7 million for its Tool Hire division.
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Hydrogen tests begin on gas distribution infrastructure

TUV SUD NEL in East Kilbride, Scotland has begun a research project that might help determine the distribution infrastructure for hydrogen and other clean gaseous fuels.
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SJD research highlights gender pay gap in engineering

Research conducted by Hemel Hempstead-based SJD accountants has found that men in engineering earn up to 30% more than women in the same roles.
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InSite Technical Services celebrates 4th birthday

Pembrokeshire-based InSite Technical Services, which supplies technical consultancy and operational services to the oil, gas, metals, chemicals, renewables, technology licensing and financial industries, will celebrate four years of growth ...
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Apprentice engineer looks to ‘keep growing’

Eighteen-year-old apprentice engineer Miguel Mari is pursuing his dream job as an inventor and problem solver with Rotech, a designer of feeding and coding systems.
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Emtec introduces JCB Teletruk technology

Louvres and acoustic products manufacturer Emtec has introduced JCB Teletruk technology, improving operational efficiency by freeing up outside space at its High Wycombe-based production and distribution facility.
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RTITB: Agency workers at risk due to lack of lift truck training

RTITB has warned that workplace accidents, injuries and fatalities are frequently occurring because employers are failing to check the qualifications and training credentials of agency staff working in lift truck operations.
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STEM support scheme in Scotland extended

The Scottish government has revealed that a scheme aimed at encouraging people to retrain as secondary school teachers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) is to be extended.
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Inmarsat enhances cyber security offering for maritime industry

Global, mobile satellite communications provider Inmarsat has introduced two new components to its maritime cyber security service, Fleet Secure, as it continues to develop solutions that combat ever-increasing cyber threats.
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Hyundai Motor Company partners with UAV startup

Hyundai Motor Company has announced a strategic partnership with hybrid-electric unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technologies startup Top Flight Technologies Inc, as part of its broader effort to cement leadership in future mobility ...
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Amey holds engineering badge day for Girlguiding

Young girls from across England and Scotland have come together to learn about engineering and science at Amey’s first ever ‘badge day’.
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Consortium creates engine efficiency solution for the marine sector

A consortium, led by Bowman Power Group Ltd, has successfully created a new, marine-capable system to increase engine efficiency and reduce emissions.
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Kinesis Telematics protect field operatives at KDR Powerlines

KDR Powerlines has implemented vehicle tracking from Kinesis.
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Loop valve tester incorporates HART communications

A new handheld tester from Fluke, 710 mA Loop Valve Tester, can interrogate control valves in situ, potentially avoiding the need for complicated testers that require extensive training, the removal of the valve, and often one-to-two hours ...
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