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Freightliner boosts operations in £3.5m deal

Freightliner boosts operations in £3.5m deal
Operational efficiencies are being boost by Freightliner across its 13 inland rail sites with a new fleet of ten Hyster reachstackers, supplied and maintained by Briggs Equipment. The company currently operates Hyster equipment, supplied by Briggs, and this new £3.5m deal sees the company replacing some of its older machines.
1st November 2016

Sluice gates are eel-friendly

Sluice gates are eel-friendly
The Environment Agency’s multi-million pound investment along the River Thames has been further upgraded by ECS Engineering Services with the installation of three stainless steel sluice gates and an eel pass at Caversham Lock.
28th October 2016

Gravure printing line saves energy after varnishing station upgrade

Gravure printing line saves energy after varnishing station upgrade
A German-based family run furniture and interior design business, manufacturing finish foils and decor paper, has integrated three GEW-made 240cm wide NUVA2 UV lampheads with a RHINO power supply, in order to upgrade the final varnishing station on one of its gravure printing lines with a new UV curing system.
28th October 2016


Experience supports turnkey sludge thickeners

Experience supports turnkey sludge thickeners
Bringing decades of experience to designing, manufacturing and installing sludge thickeners, A&J Fabtech and its units can be used in both clean and dirty water applications. This meets the WRC recommendations and guidelines TT016 (TR189) for potable water. Sludge thickeners work by concentrating impurities into solid form and then separating these solids from the bulk liquid.
26th October 2016

Safe and efficient designed access gantries

Safe and efficient designed access gantries
Often taken for granted, access gantries and platforms are part of the industrial landscape, that can make a massive contribution to site safety and operational efficiency and provide access to difficult to reach areas. Andy Shedden, Head of Sales and Commercial of A&J Fabtech looks at their design, manufacture and maintenance.
21st October 2016

Wireless lifting is the future

Wireless lifting is the future
Manufacturers and users of cranes and other lifting equipment are adopting new wireless control technologies. Tony Ingham of Sensor Technology explains the advantages and looks at how the field is developing. Most of us find it odd to look back five or ten years to when our home computers were tethered to the wall by a cable.
19th October 2016

New package option achieves robust EMC performance

New package option achieves robust EMC performance
A new package option has been announced by Allegro MicroSystems Europe for their A119x/A119x-F (A1190, A1192, and A1193) family of two-wire, unipolar, Hall-effect switches, which can be trimmed by the user at end-of-line to optimise magnetic switch-point accuracy in the application.
18th October 2016

Foundry crane features rope hoist

Foundry crane features rope hoist
A turntable crane system has been installed at the Hereford, UK foundry of superalloy manufacturer, Special Metals Wiggin (SMWL), which features a pair of EUROBLOC VT3 series electric wire rope hoist manufactured by VERLINDE. Sitting either side of the crab unit, the hoists support loads up to a combined total of 16 tonnes. The bespoke crane system was designed and implemented by Pelloby, which has been working as a UK distributor of VERLINDE products for several decades.
13th October 2016

Structural steel bridges earn BCSA registration

Structural steel bridges earn BCSA registration
The British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) has registered ECS Engineering Services on ‘The Register of Qualified Steelwork Contractors Scheme (RQSC)’ as a professional and competent steel fabricator capable of delivering structural steel bridge projects with a value up to £3m.  
12th October 2016

Tulsa Port of Catoosa achieves best of both worlds

Tulsa Port of Catoosa achieves best of both worlds
Advanced materials handling technology has seen a total refurbishment and transplant into the 200 tonne crane at the heart of operations of the Tulsa Port of Catoosa helped this major inland US port to continue to serve its existing users cost-efficiently while introducing radically expanded logistics capabilities for the future.
10th October 2016


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Southern Manufacturing
21st March 2017
United Kingdom FIVE, Farnborough