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Sulzer to be distributor of medium voltage VSDs

Sulzer to be distributor of medium voltage VSDs
As part of a growing portfolio of services, Sulzer has signed an agreement with Nidec Industrial Solutions. Sulzer’s network of service centres throughout North America will provide local support from the repair specialists of electromechanical equipment.
17th October 2018

Time to boost the UK's female workforce

Time to boost the UK's female workforce
This year we have seen several events and campaigns raising awareness of the role of women in society and women’s rights, including the 100th anniversary of the Suffrage Movement. 
12th October 2018

Partnership to help transform defence engineering services

Partnership to help transform defence engineering services
  The Aurora Engineering Partnership has been appointed by the Ministry of Defence (MOD) as their Engineering Delivery Partner for Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S).
10th October 2018


Embracing innovation is key to success

Embracing innovation is key to success
There are different aspects to innovation, and here Robert Plana, Chief Technology Officer at Assystem, an engineering group who specialises in designing and managing projects with technological content, safety and security requirements, explains how it works with innovation, what benefits it has and how we can keep driving innovation for the future.
8th October 2018

IET celebrates women in engineering with new exhibition

IET celebrates women in engineering with new exhibition
Launching at the IET London, a thought-provoking new exhibition will be at Savoy Place to celebrate and showcase women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). The launch coincides with Ada Lovelace Day Live! which recognises the most inspirational women in STEM. Ada Lovelace Day, on 9th October, is an annual celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. 
8th October 2018

Birmingham scientist elected to Royal Academy of Engineering

Birmingham scientist elected to Royal Academy of Engineering
One of the University of Birmingham’s leading scientists has been named amongst the UK’s most eminent engineering experts. Professor Zhibing Zhang has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering in recognition of his outstanding chemical engineering research.
8th October 2018

Queen’s Award for world-class export record presented

Queen’s Award for world-class export record presented
Southport glass industry engineering firm, Lattimer, has been presented with the 2018 Queen’s Award for Enterprise, International Trade. The precision-machinist manufactures around 30,000 different products for container glass manufacturing plants in more than 60 countries worldwide. 
3rd October 2018

Showcasing energy training capabilities

Showcasing energy training capabilities
Leading utilities and construction training specialist Develop Training Limited (DTL) recently opened the doors of its Midlands and Scottish training centres to showcase the company’s energy training capabilities. The open days at Derby and Linlithgow near Edinburgh attracted delegates from a number of major utility firms and private organisations.
26th September 2018

Siemens acquires company to deliver advanced 3D data visualisation

Siemens acquires company to deliver advanced 3D data visualisation
Siemens has entered into an agreement to acquire Sheffield, United Kingdom-based Lightwork Design, a computer software and technology licensing company specialising in 3D rendering software development and virtual reality (VR) experience generation. With the addition of Lightwork Design, Siemens PLM Software will provide customers with enhanced 3D data visualisation, high-end rendering and VR capabilities via its comprehensive suite of 3D product lifecycle management (PLM) applications. 
25th September 2018

One in six manufacturers: no-deal Brexit will leave business untenable

One in six manufacturers: no-deal Brexit will leave business untenable
New research published today by EEF,The Manufacturers’ Organisation, shows that one is six manufacturers business decision makers say business would become untenable for them if the UK reverted to WTO tariffs, increased border checks on people and increased checks on goods at the border.
25th September 2018


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Maintec 2018
6th November 2018
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