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LEGAL & GENERAL LETS 20,000 SQ FT BIRMINGHAM INDUSTRIAL UNIT Image
Legal & General has let a 20,000 sq ft industrial unit to Howdens Joinery, one of the UK's largest manufacturers and suppliers of fitted kitchens.
04 September 17
PR: ONYX Hub software wins SGIA ‘17 Product of the Year Award Onyx Graphics, Inc. is proud to announce that ONYX Hub has received the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association's (SGIA) Product of the Year Award in the Software: Workflow/RIP or Web-based Design, Personalisation, or Product Bldg. Technology category.
01 September 17
Lifting coaches and buses for inspection and maintenance TotalKare, the UK’s number one provider of heavy-duty vehicle lifting solutions, will use the Coach and Bus UK exhibition to illustrate how to lift and support safely an Alexander Dennis bus for inspection and maintenance purposes.
31 August 17
Showcasing the ultimate heavy vehicle lifting systems Key influencers and decision makers in the waste, energy, recycling and water sectors who visit the RWM exhibition will be able to see the ease with which an 18-tonne Dennis Eagle vehicle can be supported using fixed post lifts from TotalKare, the UK’s n
31 August 17
New energy label is failing vacuum cleaner users says Justin Binks, MD of SEBO U Image
For the second time in three years, the vacuum cleaner industry is tasked with meeting the requirements of new EU energy labelling which will see a reduction in the rated input power of vacuum cleaners.
30 August 17
Altecnic launches new fast-fit compression shock arrester Altecnic, the UK's leading provider of high-quality heating and plumbing products, has launched a new easy-to-fit compression shock arrester that is WRAS approved and saves time and money on installation.
30 August 17
TRUMPF at EMO 2017 Image
Clever integration of 3D printing
25 August 17
Call for Chinese Government to raise proposed 0.3% contamination level A proposal to drop the allowed contamination levels for imports of recycled bales into China has been criticised by The Recycling Association for being "unrealistic".
22 August 17
Vanden Recycling appoints Mark Mosby to head Peterborough plastics plant Image
Mark Mosby has joined the Vanden Recycling team at its new plastic recycling facility in Peterborough as Operations Manager. With two decades of plastic recycling experience Mark will ensure the site is safe, efficient and optimum material quality.
22 August 17
CEM2017Preview Image
The Indian Government is imposing new environmental requirements on the most polluting sectors of industry and a Conference/Exhibition (CEM India 2017) has been created to help process operators comply.
21 August 17
New concrete move expands production and increases operational expertise Image
A market leader in concrete mixers, Telford-based Hymix, has entered a long-term supply agreement with Engineering specialists GKN and is set to relocate to the same industrial site. The agreement will give the company access to increased capacity
18 August 17
Get the look with steel windows Image
With the industrial trend evolving into mainstream architecture, steel-framed windows are becoming a popular choice.
17 August 17
Jet Environmental "first choice suppliers" of distribution centres Image
 Jet Environmental "first choice suppliers" of distribution centresWhen PHOENIX Healthcare Distribution Limited needed to redevelop a distribution centre, Jet Environmental provided the perf
16 August 17
New energy label is failing vacuum cleaner users says Justin Binks Image
For the second time in three years, the vacuum cleaner industry is tasked with meeting the requirements of new EU energy labelling which will see a reduction in the rated input power of vacuum cleaners.
16 August 17
FC Laser achieves record monthly turnover Precision laser cutting specialist FC Laser saw its customer activity grow by 20 per cent last month, which led to the company achieving its highest ever monthly turnover.
15 August 17
Cable theft – railway journeys suffer over an hour a day delays Image
Analysis of British Transport Police's crime stats for 2016/17 indicate that cable theft is still causing major delays to the rail network, despite a drop in reported incidents.
11 August 17