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Fronius Becomes Expert in Developing Hydrogen Solutions

Fronius has been researching and developing hydrogen solutions for around 20 years and, in this time, has become the innovation leader in the production of green hydrogen. The company has big plans to further build on this enormous wealth of experience. The ground-breaking ceremony for the Fronius Hydrogen Competence Center took place at the company’s Steinhaus site in Upper Austria back in 2020. In the future, Fronius will be able to pool its resources here and drive forward the development...

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Latest Transport News

Hitachi Rail Starts Welding Brand New British Trains as Investment in North East Factory Reaches £110m

• Watershed moment for train building in the North East as Hitachi Rail starts welding new passenger trains at its factory in the Sedgefield constituency. • Total of £110million invested in state-of-the-art train building factory, following an extra £8.5million spent creating bespoke welding and painting facilities on site. • 40 new roles and extensive upskilling of staff is further evidence of Hitachi Rail’s long-term commitment to the UK. • The expansion of manufacturing capabilities makes the factory globally competitive, with...

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Latest Construction & Infrastructure News

Edwin James Group Expands Apprenticeship Scheme

Edwin James Group is launching a programme to expand its apprenticeship scheme from 10 to 15 per cent of the total workforce over the next two years. The move marks National Apprenticeship Week and forms part of the company’s ambitious growth plans. The company’s chief executive Derek Smith started his career as an apprentice and believes the scheme is vital to the future of the business, and to developing the next generation of management talent. Mr Smith said: “We are...

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Latest Healthcare News

Waivlength Launches First Microwave-Sterilisable Respirator Mask in the UK – Providing Superior FFP2 Protection at a Fraction of the Cost

Med-tech provider launches its innovative and affordable answer to the COVID-19 face mask dilemma. Med-tech provider WaivLength has launched the first microwave-sterilisable respirator mask in the UK with accompanying low-cost replaceable FFP2 filters. At the core of the unique mask design is the proven technology of medical silicone, which has efficient antimicrobial properties and a high thermal resistance level — enabling the use of heat to eliminate bacteria and viruses from its surfaces. Combined with lightweight, easily replaceable FFP2-rated filters,...

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Latest Technology News

Blue Collar Firms See Technology and Automation as a Solution to the Challenges that COVID has brought to their Sector

It is no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world: the way we work, the way we act, and the way businesses operate. In a recent survey conducted by UnicONE – the all-in-one Business Management Software, over 1000 people were asked questions about their businesses: before, during and after the pandemic. The results indicated a rise demand for technology to overcome the effects of the pandemic and to move their businesses forward in 2021. Over 50% of respondents...

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Event: I’ll Have What He’s Having… 100% Sales Order Accuracy at Field Fastener with Epicor ERP System

If you believe that imitation is indeed the sincerest form of flattery, you need to do what Chad Olson, Director of Information Technology, did for Field Fastener. Despite industry investment in new technologies like eCommerce and EDI, 49% of B2B orders are still emailed to customer service representatives. This results in thousands of hours per year manually processing customer orders. Join them at this FREE EVENT to hear Conexiom’s VP and Global Leader, Solutions Engineering, Mark Toffoli ask Chad Olson...

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Latest Consumer Goods News

Increased Production Time with New CIP Set for UK Producer of Cathedral City Cheese

Sycamore Process Engineering is delighted to announce it has completed a major upgrade project at Saputo, Davidstow, to install their largest CIP set to date. A system which allows the cheese maker a significantly reduced window for cleaning and additional flexibility on CIP cycles, giving an increase in production time. Prior to the installation of the new CIP set, the team at Saputo completed a circa five-to-six-hour CIP turnaround ahead of their normal production window. The new multi-tank, multi-channel system...

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