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Gripple make multi million investment in automation

Gripple, the manufacturer of wire joining devices and suspension systems is investing £2m in a dedicated site for its subsidiary, Gripple Automation, to support the business’s rapid growth. more

Loma explains how incorporating functional 'fail-safes' in inspection equipment improves food safety

Loma Systems ( is stressing the importance of incorporating functional fail-safe measures into metal detectors, checkweighers and X-ray inspection equipment typically installed at Critical Control Points (CCP) in food manufacturing facilities.  more
Food & Beverage

Gardner Denver launches new white paper on managing EPC contracts

Gardner Denver has created a new guide with helpful tips and insights on project management for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts that require compressed air and vacuum equipment. more
Compressed Air

Life-cycle study shows: a paper cup has the lowest carbon footprint

Huhtamaki participated in a life-cycle analysis study that surveyed the full carbon footprint of different types of cups used for coffee. According to the study, paper cups often have the lowest carbon footprint, and recycling lowers it further by 54 per cent.  more
Food & Beverage

Maximising digital transformation while mitigating digital risks in manufacturing

A recent report from McAfee – Grand Theft Data II – The Drivers and Shifting State of Data Breaches – revealed that IT security professionals across all sectors, including manufacturing, are still struggling to fully secure their organisation and protect against breaches more
Smart Factories & Automation

Yokogawa wins Power Product of the Year at Electronics Industry awards

New manufacturing centre unveiled in Scotland

Yokogawa’s WT5000 Precision Power Analyzer has won the prestigious “Power Product of the Year” trophy at the second annual Electronics Industry awards. more
An £8.9 million centre to help companies benefit from lightweight manufacturing technology has been officially opened by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. more

Siemens launches Industry 4.0 curriculum for Universities

Siemens has announced a new academic teaching programme called Connected Curriculum, 18 months after launching its MindSphere Innovation Network (MINe), in partnership with higher education providers. more

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