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Launch of multi-million pound engineering institute in Derby

Launch of multi-million pound engineering institute in Derby
Derby’s leading engineers and advanced manufacturers launched their vision to make the city the world leader in making high-value and top quality products on Thursday, June 26 2014. Key players from the city’s manufacturing industry were among the 70-plus guests at the unveiling of the multi-million pound Institute for Innovation in Sustainable Engineering (IISE) at Lonsdale House.
27th June 2014

Warwick students geared up and ready for international race

Warwick students geared up and ready for international race
Engineering students from the University of Warwick are gearing up for an international racing event which will see them go head to head with their friends and rivals at Monash University.
26th June 2014

Manufacturer launches 'one of a kind' rewards scheme

Manufacturer launches 'one of a kind' rewards scheme
Armacell has announced the launch of a rewards scheme for its customers, believed to be the first scheme of its kind in the industry. The scheme is open to companies in the UK and Ireland, with participating companies able to collect rewards on products within the Armaflex and Arma-Chek range.    
13th June 2014


New and Improved Corporate Home Page

Steinmeyer today announced that it has redesigned its corporate home page. The site now allows users to be able to navigate more easily and efficiently to any of the three core competence centers that make up the Steinmeyer group, which are ball screws, precision stages and metrology products.
5th August 2013

Atlas Copco Compressors appoints Nigel Broxton as QSHE manager

Atlas Copco Compressors appoints Nigel Broxton as QSHE manager
Atlas Copco Compressors has announced the appointment of Nigel Broxton as its Quality, Safety, Health and Environment manager in the UK. His dedicated aim is “to assist the business to achieve all quality and performance standards particularly in the fields of energy management and environmental impact.”
2nd August 2013

The market place is changing for UK machine builders

The market place is changing for UK machine builders
Wage and consumption levels are rising in the developing economies of Asia, including China. This is opening up an enormous market to UK machine builders and automation engineers who can help them keep production costs down.
2nd August 2013

Yokogawa wins major contract for largest UK onshore gas storage facility

Yokogawa Electric announces that its subsidiary, Yokogawa United Kingdom, has been awarded a multi-million pound contract by SSE Hornsea Ltd for the upgrade of one of the UK's largest onshore underground gas storage facilities, located at Atwick, East Yorkshire.
2nd August 2013

Are we trying to be too smart about smart metering in the UK?

With yet another delay announced recently to the UK Government’s proposed Smart Meter Implementation Plan, Craig Edge, Chief Consulting Engineer of Wheatley Associates, the UK’s most experienced supplier of metering and asset management software, poses the questions: “Are we trying to be too smart about smart metering in the UK and is it time to reconsider how the roll-out is being implemented? Are we trying to bite off more than we can chew and is evolution better than revolution?”
2nd July 2013

Instrument hire simplified

As part of a continual process to find ways to improve its instrument hire services, Ashtead Technology recently conducted a customer survey which highlighted the need for an improved system for instrument returns. In response, Ashtead has implemented a new collection system that the company claims is simple and hassle-free.
2nd July 2013

Mitsubishi Electric’s rapid response saves the day

Mitsubishi Electric’s rapid response saves the day
Mitsubishi Electric’s service and support commitment proved its worth at a West Midlands dairy. With downtime estimated at some £3000 per hour, service engineers were able to diagnose a blender problem in double quick time and restore operation to avert a production stoppage. The price pressures impacting on the dairy industry make unscheduled downtime the enemy of profitability.
28th June 2013


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