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Atlas Copco offers Belgium factory tour prize to Manufacturing Champions winner

Atlas Copco is offering young manufacturing employees the chance to win a trip to the world's largest compressor factory in Belgium at WM's Manufacturing Champions Awards.

The prize is up for grabs for the winner of the Rising Star Award at the Manufacturing Champions Awards, which will be held in Manchester on 4 December. The Rising Star Award, sponsored by Atlas Copco, will recognise ...
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The UK has long been a follower of US fashion. Bob Davis of the Association for Manufacturing Excellence tells Max Gosney about the latest manufacturing trends heading our way across the Atlantic

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Precise savings from bearing improvements

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