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30/01/2019 - Successfully master the winding process: Energy efficient drive designs for almost every application
Materials in winding applications place varied demands on drives: Sometimes the issue is high speeds, sometimes precision and in other applications, the challenge of a large mass.
30/01/2019 - BPMA Announces Job Seekers Service
A free service has just been launched by the British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) to help unemployed job seekers or anyone facing redundancy, who have a relevant engineering background and is looking for work within the pump sector or its associated trades.
30/01/2019 - Rovco and Global Marine Group enter invested partnership
Subsea technology company, Rovco has formed an invested partnership with Global Marine Group (GMG) an innovative market leader in offshore engineering, to bring intelligent inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) solutions to the global offshore market.
30/01/2019 - Spelsberg UK’s Pro-Active service provides technical sales support
Spelsberg, the UK’s leading manufacturer and supplier of electrical enclosures, has been commended by its existing customers for its technical telesales service, Pro-Active.
29/01/2019 - Automate to accelerate – why food firms must seize the Brexit opportunity
By Tony McDonald, Sales and Marketing Director of Ilapak UK

While the use of robotics and automation in the UK food and drink industry has been steadily growing over the past decade, Britain is still lagging behind many of its international counterparts.
29/01/2019 - IChemE launches BioFutures report
The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) BioFutures Steering Group has launched a report highlighting opportunities for the Institution to better engage with chemical engineers in the emerging bio-sector.
29/01/2019 - REO: Is your equipment working harmoniously?
Many of us are familiar with the rhyme about eating an apple a day to keep the doctor away, but how many design engineers or original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) know how to keep poor power quality at bay? Here, Steve Hughes, managing director of power distribution specialist REO UK, explains why many businesses should re-evaluate their existing equipment.
29/01/2019 - EU Automation, explains how manufacturers can improve product quality with automation
When Unilever released Persil Power in 1994, customers thought it was the perfect stain-remover. The problem was, while the new formula did remove stains, it also ruined the fabric.
Lorien Engineering Solutions has led the construction of a 20,000 sq m factory extension for one of Poland’s largest agricultural vehicle manufacturers.

Almost one in four combine harvesters bought in Poland is manufactured by CNH Industrial at its factory in Plock.
29/01/2019 - How to Lay the Foundation to Modernise Water/Wastewater Control Systems
The devastating water incident in Flint Michigan, the California water crisis, and unforeseen events like hurricanes Sandy and Matthew increasing the wastewater/sewage population in NJ and NC, highlight key issues within the water and wastewater industry.
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