Time is running out to reward your star site performers and help showcase the buzz of being in manufacturing to the nation by entering Works Management's all new Manufacturing Champions Awards. Manufacturing Champions, in association with The Manufacturing Institute, is the first awards scheme to celebrate the all-important people who supercharge factory ...
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Combined heat and power is one of those rare examples of a system that breaks the rule that insists 'if something sounds too good to be true it probably is', says Ian Vallely
Spot the symptoms of lack of engagement and adopt a structured improvement road map, says DAK's Dennis McCarthy
Draw the full potential from improvement teams with these questions, says DAK's Dennis McCarthy
FLIR Systems, has launched what it describes as a powerful, affordable, compact imaging IR thermometer that lets you see invisible heat patterns, measure temperatures accurately, and conveniently store images and measurement data for reporting.
As Atlas Copco Compressors is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its air compressor variable speed drive (VSD) technology, it calculates that UK industry has saved around 240 million kWh of electricity by using Atlas Copco VSD compressors.
When horticultural grower and packer Glinwell installed its latest product packaging facility it was found that the plant's existing compressed air supply needed to be upgraded to meet the increased process air demand.
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Supply chain change could lead to 500,000 new jobs, says CBI
Unipart welcomes next generation of engineers
Rolls-Royce predicts flat profits
Atlas Copco’s VSD compressors celebrate two decades
FLIR Systems launches low-cost IR thermometer
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