Manufacturers’ order book levels have fallen this month, according to a survey by the CBI.
The emergency services and RAF were among those working with Oil & Gas industry representatives last week to stage a mock incident in the North Sea.
An estimated 75% of UK industrial lighting installations don’t meet current industry design standards, according to research from Eriks UK.
Chancellor George Osborne used his final budget of this parliament to outline a number of measures to support UK manufacturing, including energy intensive sectors of the process industries.
The latest Logiclave type vertical closing autoclave from ESTS claims to reduce running and maintenance costs by up to £60,000 over an average 10 year operating period.
Following on from a successful series of training and workshops, HBM has announced the dates for its next training course, which will take place on the 21-22nd May 2015.
Hydraulic Equipment Supermarkets (HES) stocks the widest range of control valves to suit all applications and budgets.
Much was made by George Osborne in last week’s budget about an apparent renaissance in UK manufacturing.
Hundreds of safety incidents still occur every year in the process industries, showing that old lessons still haven’t been learnt, says Health and Safety Executive (HSE) chairman Judith Hackitt.
With politicians demanding monitoring of shale sites and offshore platforms relying on data to remain profitable, John McKenna finds that the use of sensors is critical to an oil & gas project’s survival.
The Aveva Group has launched this short video which explains how best to control the design spiral on construction projects.
Staff of ExxonMobil this week appeared on national television in Germany to attempt to show that fracking fluid is harmless.