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Substation saves substantial costs from a chance thermal scan

During a routine inspection at a substation, a Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) electrician felt heat blast his face as he passed within a couple of metres of an energised transformer bank. Some ... more

Government report shows why no deal is not an option for logistics, says FTA

The publication of yesterdays (10 July 2019) data paper on Northern Ireland’s trade and investment prospects after a No Deal Brexit shows how unacceptable an outcome that could be for the country’s logistics businesses, according to FTA, the business organisation representing the sector. more
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AAC proposals for Irish border post Brexit unrealistic, says FTA

FTA, the business organisation which represents the interests of the logistics industry in the UK, has today reiterated its call for a frictionless border in Ireland after Brexit. more
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ABB wins national award for diverse training course portfolio

Award recognises contribution training has made to tackling crucial issues such as energy reduction and leakage prevention. more
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Manufacturers urged to take action to avoid large claims

A recent ruling in the Northern Ireland Courts could have a significant impact on UK manufacturing businesses that still aren't including overtime payments, allowances or some commission payments in holiday pay.

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Machine vision: pick and place with Flir thermal imaging cameras

Freezer insulation inspection – thermal imaging keeps energy costs down

Machine vision inspections using visual cameras can occasionally cause recognition problems if the product and background have too little colour contrast. In such cases, thermal imaging cameras can ... more
As important as they are for storing quantities of foodstuffs, commercial walk-in freezers use a lot of energy. So, it is imperative that this consumption is kept to a minimum by ensuring the ... more

Women take the helm of FTA's Northern Ireland Freight Council

Two women are leading the fight for the logistics industry in Northern Ireland, following their election to FTA’s national Freight Council as Chair and Vice Chair.  more
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