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Engineering SME Saves 31 Tonnes of CO2 Thanks to Green Grant

A Midlands-based precision engineering business has successfully slashed its carbon emissions, saving 31 tonnes of CO2 over the course of three years. Harris RCS is a precision engineering business supplying to customers in aerospace and other hi-tech sectors. The SME has used funding from the Coventry and Warwickshire Green Business Programme to significantly reduce its carbon footprint whilst boosting its bottom line. The programme helps businesses improve energy and resource efficiency and has been instrumental in helping Harris RCS drive...

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Latest Transport News

AI, Competitiveness, Innovation and Maintenance 4.0. will Take Centre Stage at SIFER

On this 12th edition of SIFER, France’s only B2B exhibition dedicated to the rail sector, 308 exhibitors have signed up to take part and showcase their latest innovations and expertise. 15% of them are international exhibiting companies. SIFER will also provide a rich programme of associated events, including conferences, round tables, workshops and seminars. Around twenty events are scheduled to take place throughout the 3 day event. TUESDAY 26TH OCTOBER 2021 10:30 – Opening Ceremony with Matthieu Chabanel (Deputy Chief...

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Latest Construction & Infrastructure News

Six Rising Individuals Celebrate Civil Engineering Success at CECA SW Awards

The Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) has recognised six individuals that have already made their mark within the industry at this year’s South West Training Awards. These rising young people have been highlighted as potential future leaders in civil engineering having already worked above and beyond during workplace trainee schemes, apprenticeships, and university placements. Held in Torquay, the awards ceremony was the perfect opportunity for each candidate to have their exceptional talents and commitment showcased, demonstrating the impact they have...

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Latest Healthcare News

5 Factors to Consider When Leasing Medical Equipment

The global healthcare equipment leasing market was estimated at $40.3 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach $59.8 billion by 2027. Leasing offers a quick and cheap way for medical facilities to acquire the equipment they need without losing cash flow, making healthcare affordable. It allows them to keep up with changing technology to offer high-end, more efficient, and reliable medical services. Here are some factors to consider when leasing medical equipment. 1. Availability of technical expertise A medical...

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Latest Technology News

CCW 2021 will be a Landmark Event

Critical Communications World 2021 is now just over a week away, and organisers are anticipating one the greatest shows in the history of the event. Taking place from 3-5 November at the IFEMA in Madrid, CCW 2021 will include a world class conference featuring some of the most important thought leaders operating within the global critical communications sector. The theme for the sessions this year is ‘protect, enhance, envision, advance,’ reflecting both the enormous technological developments currently taking place within...

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Latest Manufacturing News

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British Plastic Injection Firm BEC Group Continues to Support Businesses Reshoring to the UK

BEC Group – a plastic injection moulding and tooling company based on the South Coast are helping businesses large and small to re-shore tooling and moulding projects back to the UK to improve time scales, reduce supply chains and increase control for manufacturers. Whilst reshoring numbers were increasing prior to 2019, Brexit and the global pandemic have acted as powerful catalysts in speeding up this process. Widespread problems such as complicated and vulnerable supply chains, high rates of quality issues,...

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Latest Consumer Goods News

Wrights Food Group is Fuelling an Ultra-Trail Snowdonia Runner with Pies

Specialist foodservice and retail food manufacturer and supplier Wrights Food Group is fuelling one man’s personal and emotive challenge with a stash of its chicken balti pies. HGV driver Will Mather (35) from Glossop is no stranger to clocking up the miles but on Friday 10 September, his feet will do the travelling as he takes on the Ultra Trails Snowdonia challenge and scale more than 33,000ft and 165k (102 miles) in around 40 hours to raise funds for the...

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