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Schenck Process Refurbishment Services keeps Proctor and Gamble plant fully operational

Schenck Process have recently successfully completed the refurbishment of key process equipment at the Proctor and Gamble site at London to ensure the efficient running of the plant. The work was carried out in the purpose made Refurbishment Cell at the Schenck Process’ factory near Doncaster and caused minimal disruption the client’s operations. By refurbishing the equipment off-site this eliminates the need for any on-site supervision, work instructions and permits to be issued. The refurbished equipment is part of the…

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Comprehensive programme in store at Bulk2014

A comprehensive programme of talks and seminars at Bulk2014 – the bulk handling industry’s premier professional networking event – has been announced by the Materials Handling Engineers Association. Find out more about what’s in store.

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Bulk2014 conference – don’t forget your tickets

It’s almost here – Bulk2014, the bulk handling industry’s premier annual gathering, will take place on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd May 2014 at the Forest Pines Conference Centre in North Lincolnshire. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to secure your tickets today!

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Comprehensive programme for Bulk2014 conference

A comprehensive programme of papers and speakers at Bulk2014 – the bulk handling industry’s premier professional networking event – has been announced by the Materials Handling Engineers Association (MHEA). Bulk2014 will take place on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd May 2014 at the Forest Pines Conference Centre in North Lincolnshire. MHEA president, Mike Redmond, will welcome Chris Huhne, former Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, as the conference opening key speaker. Mr Huhne will share insight and expertise…

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Fairport appointed as Engineer and Design for Barrecopardo

As part of the on-going development of its Barrecopardo Tungsten project in Spain, Ormonde Mining has recently appointed Fairport Engineering Ltd as its Engineer & Designer. The initial part of this assignment is carrying out engineering studies to facilitate the placement of critical path equipment orders that will secure the overall project delivery timescale. Barruecopardo is located in the Salamanca Province of the Castilla y León Region in North West Spain. The location is a brownfield site, the deposit having…

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The challenges of designing gearboxes for the mining industry

Mining across the globe takes many forms but one factor is common to all of them, the need for robust and reliable machinery. From open cast coal mining in USA to underground gold mining in Australia, there is an on-going quest to find and extract all the minerals available to fulfil growing demand. Mining, in all its forms, requires the equipment to be designed and built to withstand the harsh mining environment, while the mining business requires efficient and reliable…

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Bulk 2014 conference – do you have your tickets?

Bulk2014, the Bulk Handling Conference, will take place on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd May 2014 at the attractive Forest Pines Conference Centre in North Lincolnshire. Whether you’re showcasing your company’s latest innovation or discussing improvements in the industry, this is your chance to meet and network with colleagues across the bulk sector. The annual Bulk Handling Conference is where the great and good of the industry come together under one roof, so it’s a valuable opportunity for those presenting…

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Zero Waste to Landfill for Siemens Mechanical Drives

Zero Waste to Landfill for Siemens Mechanical Drives Leeds facility reaches zero landfill target Leeds is the second Siemens Industry UK manufacturing facility to achieve this milestone Leeds based Siemens Mechanical Drives, which assembles and services gear units and geared motors for industry, has achieved zero landfill of all its non-hazardous waste within the last month, making it the second UK manufacturing site within Siemens Industry to do so. Everything generated at the Stourton, Leeds site is either reused, recycled…

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