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Engineered tapes for insulation, shielding and cooling in electric vehicle batteries

There is no denying that electrical and hybrid vehicles are growing in popularity, being cheap to run, quiet and smooth to drive. Automotive manufacturers are keen to improve the power to weight ...

Failure to prioritise resource efficiency is costing UK manufacturers billions

New report details how UK manufacturers can improve non-labour resource productivity and cut costs without significant capital investment - yet many are failing to grasp this key opportunity, says Martin Chilcott.

ERIKS recommends three-step action plan for combatting cross-contamination in food processing

ERIKS is recommending a three-step action plan to help the food processing industry reduce bacterial contamination and cost

Northern Ireland Brexit clarity welcome but more must be done

The news that Northern Ireland’s (NI) commercial vehicle operators will have unrestricted access to the Republic of Ireland (ROI) in the event of a no-deal Brexit is a promising step forward, according to the Freight Transport Association (FTA), the business organisation which represents the logistics industry, but the lack of clarity on permits for British operators must be addressed to keep trade flowing freely to ROI.

Temperature controlled logistics returns with a top schedule for 2019

The 18th annual Temperature Controlled Logistics Conference will bring together supply chain, logistics and quality experts from around the globe to experience four days of ‘unmissable’ workshops, ...

New platform introduces technical materials to designers and artists

Global research materials powerhouse Goodfellow has introduced two new tools aimed at encouraging collaboration amongst scientific and industrial researchers and also widening the scope of use of its ...

Motor and drives from ABB bring farm history to life for stately home visitors

State-of-the-art drives and motor power 200 year old farm machinery used to explain innovation in food production over the centuries. A farm in Cheshire, UK, is bringing 200 years of agricultural ...

Can you reduce human error and eliminate up to 95% of workplace injuries?

SafeStart to host workshop in Birmingham on 28th November.

SafeStart International, the world’s leading 24/7 safety and performance training programme since 2009, invites companies to attend its ...

A robot would be better at decision making than my boss – say a third of UK employees

One in three (34%) employees believe a robot would be better at decision making than their boss if it had access to the right business intelligence. This is according to the new Advanced Trends ...

Renold is the official chain supplier for the Great Britain Cycling Team

Way back in 1880 when the few cyclists on the roads were more than likely riding high on a Penny Farthing, young engineer Hans Renold achieved a significant technical breakthrough when he invented ...

ABB’s UK Engineering Centre doubles in size to meet rising demand

Following a doubling in workshop space, ABB’s UK Engineering Centre now offers its customers extended services including engineered upgrades, retrofits and tailored replacements.

ABB has doubled ...

Analog Devices announces industrial automation solutions to help accelerate the path to Industry 4.0

Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) today announced a broad range of solutions within its advanced Industry 4.0 roadmap aimed at helping industrial equipment OEMs accelerate their path to Industry 4.0. These ...

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