Cristina Diaconu

Smart Energy Saves Manufacturer a Lot of Money

Baylis Automotive, a manufacturer of metal pressings and welded assemblies has secured a number of new orders, which will help it achieve 25% annual growth in the process. The contracts include the supplying of seating and HVAC components for the agricultural sector, taking turnover to £5 million. At the moment, the company is targeting further …

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Voith Launches new Webshop for the Turbomachinery Industry

The new Voith webshop allows customers from the turbomachinery industry to purchase products and request services quickly and easily. Customers also benefit from a simplified order process with regards to time saving and usability. The Voith webshop will be available 24/7, offering non-stop access to the platform, showing all information on a clear and structured …

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Survey Suggests Irish Exporters Are Uncertain over the Brexit Situation

A survey from Bord Bia suggested that three-fifths of Irish food and drink companies are uncertain of the impact Brexit will have on their businesses. Despite nearly 75% of respondents believing they have made progress in preparing for various outcomes with regards to Brexit, there is still some uncertainty. Part of the survey were 117 …

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Loadhog Reduces Plastic Packaging Pollution

The packaging innovator Loadhog has been establishing close partnerships with companies in order to encourage them to swap to one-trip packaging for reusable products. This has resulted in productive associations with companies such as Decathlon, enabling Loadhog to achieve a record £9.6 million turnover, representing 26.6% growth in 2017. Decathlon was already using reusable transit …

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Innovative Project to Tackle the Corrosion Problem

CorrosionRADAR, a spin-out from Cranfield University, and Scotland’s Innovation Centre for Sensor and Imaging Systems (CENSIS) have joined forces to tackle the challenge of how to detect corrosion that’s hidden under insulation. The 12-month project received a funding of £98,000, including a £68,896 grant from Innovate UK, under its recent Innovation in UK Infrastructure Systems …

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