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23/07/2019 JCB machinery for new waste transfer station & recycling centre JCB has supplied a fleet of machines from its waste and recycling range to a new £32 million Waste Transfer Station (WTS) and Household Waste and Recycling Centre (HWRC) on the island of Guernsey. » Read More

22/07/2019 InSite Technical Services officially opens premises Pembrokeshire-based technical consultancy InSite Technical Services has officially opened its new premises at Pembroke Dock. » Read More

19/07/2019 Sulzer gets generator back online When a generator supporting the national grid in Cyprus needed a rapid repair, Sulzer’s in-house facilities were key to delivering the project on time. » Read More

18/07/2019 Maintec opens free visitor registration Organisers of Maintec, the UK maintenance, reliability and asset management show, have announced that free visitor registration for the 2019 edition of the event is now open. » Read More

17/07/2019 Scania trucks replace dumpers in Norway Construction fleets in Norway have been seeking the help of Scania to overcome the issue of dump trucks outgrowing the country’s public roads. The result for one haulage fleet, Per A Øren AS of Høyanger, a small municipality in west ... » Read More

16/07/2019 JCB launches new range of power tools JCB Tools, an official licensee of construction equipment manufacturer JCB, has launched a new range of trade-quality power and hand tools. » Read More

15/07/2019 Atlas Copco UK restructures Industrial tools and assembly solutions provider Atlas Copco has restructured its UK Industrial Technique business division, as part of its renewed strategy to build long term partnerships with UK manufacturers. » Read More

12/07/2019 Smart moo-ve as Fullwood Packo & Festo collaborate Fullwood Packo, a company at the forefront of automated milking systems, has partnered with automation specialist Festo, with the aim of delivering the flexibility and performance required in the modern dairy industry. » Read More

11/07/2019 ABB predictive software for sustainable hydro operations Technology specialist ABB is partnering with Enel Green Power to deliver predictive maintenance solutions that will aim to lower maintenance costs and transform the performance, reliability and energy efficiency of its hydropower plants ... » Read More

10/07/2019 Industrial parts supplier broadens its horizons Industrial automation parts supplier EU Automation has opened a new facility in Frankfurt, Germany, to further improve its services to its European customer base. » Read More

09/07/2019 Emerson gas sensors increase toxic gas safety Emerson has introduced two new Rosemount 628 Universal Gas Sensors to measure carbon monoxide and oxygen depletion, in addition to the existing capability to monitor hydrogen sulphide. » Read More

08/07/2019 Nearing first anniversary, Operations Engineer magazine welcomes new staff ... Operations Engineer magazine, the monthly magazine about maintaining and running fixed and mobile plant, which is published for members of the Society of Operations Engineers, announces the appointment of Beverly Jepson (pictured) as sales ... » Read More

08/07/2019 Veolia helps Dwr Cymru Welsh Water to enhance sustainability through process ... A water services contract with Veolia is now helping Dwr Cymru Welsh Water to manage and optimise process control, improve sustainability and deliver savings of more than £440,000. » Read More

05/07/2019 SOE Symposium connects maintenance and data On the 7 November, a new Society of Operations Engineers (SOE) Symposium in Birmingham will give delegates the opportunity to discover how a data driven world will inspire change and opportunity in engineering. » Read More

05/07/2019 World-famous hotel and golfing resort specifies Vitodens boilers Climate solutions provider Viessmann has provided environmentally-friendly heating solutions to The Belfry Hotel & Resort, a familiar scene for Ryder Cup golf tournaments. » Read More

04/07/2019 Chopper pumps solve dry dock pumping problems P&M Pumps has supplied two self-priming Vaughan Chopper pumps to replace two dry-dock sump scavenge pumps in Aberdeen Harbour. » Read More

03/07/2019 Yaskawa Motoman provides robot solution for new automated paint centre The latest example of motion control and robotics specialist Yaskawa Motoman’s expansion into new manufacturing applications is its involvement in a new state-of-the-art automated robotic painting technical centre in Derby. » Read More

02/07/2019 Carr’s Group bolsters position in engineering with acquisition Carr's, the agriculture and engineering group, has announced the acquisition of the entire issued share capital of NW Pump & Valve, the holding company of NW Total Engineered Solutions, for a total cash consideration of up to £9.6 million. » Read More

28/06/2019 Siemens launches Industry 4.0 curriculum for universities Siemens has announced a new academic teaching programme called Connected Curriculum, 18 months after launching its MindSphere Innovation Network (MINe), in partnership with higher education providers. » Read More

27/06/2019 Bridgestone helps Tokyo 2020 venues get earthquake-ready Bridgestone Corporation has supplied its seismic isolation bearings to two newly-constructed permanent venues that will host competitions during the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. » Read More

26/06/2019 Motor monitoring improves equipment reliability for EDF Energy Hartlepool power station in County Durham opened in 1983 and is one of seven UK nuclear power stations built using two Advanced Gas Cooled Reactors (AGR). Owned and run today by EDF Energy, the 1,185MW plant is scheduled to continue ... » Read More

25/06/2019 Technical experts in maintenance & reliability for new-look Maintec seminar ... Maintec, the exhibition dedicated to the UK’s maintenance, reliability and asset management industry, has released the first details of its 2019 seminar programme. » Read More

24/06/2019 Support announced for women returning to jobs in agriculture The Scottish government has announced that up to £5 million is to be invested in supporting women to return to work following a career break – with a particular focus on the agricultural sector. » Read More

21/06/2019 World’s ‘most powerful’ fully-electric ferry ready for Danish waters The Ellen E-ferry, which claims to be the world’s most powerful fully-electric ferry, is close to entering passenger operations. » Read More

20/06/2019 Liebherr and Port of Sunderland hit new high Crane manufacturer Liebherr has given a lift to Port of Sunderland, as demand for its products from overseas continues to soar. » Read More
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