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06/03/2019 National Apprenticeship Week 2019: Brandon Lee Price National Apprenticeship Week, 4-8 March, shines a light on future technicians and engineers, and the courses, teachers and employers that prepare them for success. Brandon Lee Price is a mechanical engineering apprentice at Nordell. » Read More


06/03/2019 National Apprenticeship Week 2019: Elliot Wright National Apprenticeship Week, 4-8 March, shines a light on future technicians and engineers, and the courses, teachers and employers that prepare them for success. Elliot Wright is an apprentice mechanical engineer at Couch Perry Wilkes ... » Read More


06/03/2019 National Apprenticeship Week 2019: Emma Meek National Apprenticeship Week, 4-8 March, shines a light on future technicians and engineers, and the courses, teachers and employers that prepare them for success. Emma Meek is an engineering apprentice at Kohler Mira. » Read More


05/03/2019 National Apprenticeship Week 2019: Daniel Hoult National Apprenticeship Week, 4-8 March, shines a light on future technicians and engineers, and the courses, teachers and employers that prepare them for success. Daniel Hoult is a junior technical installations engineer at Blue Logic. » Read More


05/03/2019 National Apprenticeship Week 2019: Isabel Mead National Apprenticeship Week, 4-8 March, shines a light on future technicians and engineers, and the courses, teachers and employers that prepare them for success. Isabel Mead is a former apprentice and full time design engineer at ... » Read More


05/03/2019 National Apprenticeship Week 2019: Conner Evans National Apprenticeship Week, 4-8 March, shines a light on future technicians and engineers, and the courses, teachers and employers that prepare them for success. Conner Evans is a building services engineer for Steven Hunt & Associates. » Read More


04/03/2019 National Apprenticeship Week 2019: Jack Miles National Apprenticeship Week, 4-8 March, shines a light on future technicians and engineers, and the courses, teachers and employers that prepare them for success. Jack Miles is a goods lift engineer apprentice at Penny Hydraulics. » Read More


04/03/2019 National Apprenticeship Week 2019: Ryan Green National Apprenticeship Week, 4-8 March, shines a light on future technicians and engineers, and the courses, teachers and employers that prepare them for success. Ryan Green is a mechanical senior apprentice at SPIE UK. » Read More


04/03/2019 National Apprenticeship Week 2019: Daniel Soden National Apprenticeship Week, 4-8 March, shines a light on future technicians and engineers, and the courses, teachers and employers that prepare them for success. Daniel Soden is a former trainee and now a program nesting technician at ... » Read More


04/03/2019 National Apprenticeship Week 2019: Josh Schofield National Apprenticeship Week, 4-8 March, shines a light on future technicians and engineers, and the courses, teachers and employers that prepare them for success. Josh Schofield is an instrumentation engineer apprentice at the National ... » Read More


01/03/2019 Huber installs screenings press at Heineken apple milling plant, Ledbury Huber Technology’s new installation, comprising a WAP L6 screenings wash press compactor and Ro8 T screw conveyor, provides a reduction in disposal volumes by removing excess water and compacting the loose screenings removed from the ... » Read More


28/02/2019 INEOS announces £1 billion investment in UK oil and gas industry Oil and gas processor INEOS has announced plans to invest £1 billion in three UK projects: £500m to extend the life of the North Sea Forties Pipeline System, £350m at the Grangemouth refinery, and £150m to build a new vinyl production ... » Read More


27/02/2019 MOD Sealand is site of new defence plant collaboration The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), which develops science and technology, has opened an office within the Defence Electronics and Components Agency (DECA) at the MOD Sealand site in North Wales. » Read More


26/02/2019 Oil analysis reveals crane's secrets At the Palm paper factory in Wörth am Rhein, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, everything centres around recovered paper. Nine paper machines in five factories annually produce approximately 2.2 million tons of newsprint and corrugated base ... » Read More


25/02/2019 Mitsubishi releases MAPS 4 SCADA platform MAPS 4, the latest SCADA solution from Mitsubishi Electric for control and visualisation, extends connectivity options, adds user tools and increases the scope of its built-in functionality. » Read More


22/02/2019 Level switch copes with yeast head Danish brewer Carlsberg has resolved a production problem in a recently-built production centre in Fredericia, Denmark, thanks to a special sensor from Baumer. » Read More


21/02/2019 New chocolate pump designed for leak resistance The latest addition to the Viking CHC range of internal gear pumps, available through Michael Smith Engineers, features a seal modification that has been developed specifically for pumps used on chocolate processing and other similar ... » Read More


20/02/2019 Siemens establishes binding cybersecurity requirements for suppliers New Siemens suppliers must comply with minimum binding cybersecurity requirements. » Read More


19/02/2019 Creamery invests in second MasoSine pump A E Rodda and Son, which dates back to 1890, is the largest Cornish clotted cream brand in the UK. When it installed a new depositing machine at its factory, the company sourced a second MasoSine pump from Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology ... » Read More


18/02/2019 Gardner Denver publishes free guide on improving compressor efficiency Industrial compressor and vacuum specialist Gardner Denver has released a new guide exploring how businesses can improve their compressors’ energy efficiency, overall performance and total cost of ownership. » Read More


14/02/2019 HSE campaign aims to improve health and safety in the construction industry Members of the public are being encouraged to share messages and acts of kindness for those working in the construction industry. » Read More


13/02/2019 Collaboration brings cost and carbon savings at RAF Marham RAF Marham, home to the UK’s F-35 multi-role combat jets, is said to have become the first military airbase to be powered by green energy. » Read More


12/02/2019 JCB puts safety in focus with new films JCB is heading an industry-wide initiative aimed at improving health and safety within the waste and recycling sectors. » Read More


11/02/2019 BPMA & Lancaster University sign Mutual Co-operation Agreement The British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) has signed a Mutual Co-operation Agreement (MCA) with Lancaster University. » Read More


08/02/2019 Electricians told to watch out for automatic gates Electricians who supply power to activate automatic gates become in effect the installer, writes Richard Jackson, founder of charity Gate Safe, in a post on the website of the electrotechnical association Joint Industry Board. » Read More
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