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Essentra Components opens new Dublin office

Essentra Components, leading global manufacturer and supplier of essential components for electrical, mechanical and many other industries, recently opened a new sales office in Glasnevin Dublin.

May's deal fails - what would no deal look like?

Dr Jonathan Owens, lecturer in Operations Management at the University of Salford Business School, and expert in supply chains, talks about what might happen next after Theresa May suffered a huge defeat in the Commons on her Brexit deal.

Designing with production in mind - Considering production from the offset saves time and money

In 2018, the New South Wales Government faced embarrassment after ordering $2 billion worth of new trains that were too wide for the tunnels. To solve the issue, the Government body managing the rail ...

Food manufacturer adds ABB drive to the mix

ABB drive and control package helps Baxters Food Group to increase production capabilities at its Colchester site.

Baxters Food Group is using an ABB variable speed drive (VSD) to help ensure ...

Waterstons appoints lead consultant for manufacturing

Robert Cowan has joined UK business and IT consultancy Waterstons as the new lead consultant for manufacturing.

The new appointment enhances Waterstons’ offer to manufacturing companies across the ...

Oden launches industry’s first cloud and edge Machine Learning and AI framework for manufacturing

Oden Technologies, the intelligent industrial automation provider, has announced what it claims is the industry’s first end-to-end Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) framework for ...

Graphene technologies to tackle Blue Monday: Could graphene-embedded T-shirts alleviate seasonal affective disorder?

Graphene could be a key to tackle seasonal affective disorder (SAD) — just in time for Blue Monday. A group of Graphene Flagship researchers have developed T-shirts embedded with graphene-based ...

France’s first tidal energy plant gets smarter with QOS Energy’s data intelligence platform

Sabella, a pioneering tidal and ocean stream turbine developer, has partnered with QOS Energy to improve the performance monitoring of its ground-breaking Ushant tidal energy project. The first 1MW ...

Arm announces solution for retailers

Arm is announcing a full, easy to deploy retail solution that enables retailers to securely consolidate, unify and manage their previously siloed digital customer data and physical in-store IoT data ...

First ZF wind turbine gearboxes equipped with a Schaeffler cloud connection go into operation

ZF Friedrichshafen and Schaeffler are collaborating to develop new solutions for predicting the operating life of wind turbine gearbox components based on the actual loads that occur during operation....

Renishaw becomes official partner of Cardiff Blues Community Foundation

To continue the success of Renishaw’s education outreach programme, the global engineering company has become an official partner of the Cardiff Blues Community Foundation.

How a case erector can increase productivity and safety in the workplace

While a plant manager’s role and specific responsibilities may vary depending on the industry and the products they are making/packaging, one thing they tend to share is the same common goal. As a ...

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