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Research shows WEEE must do more to establish recycling in London

Enhance is helping engage the market for recycling waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) in London. As the capital's dedicated support and development service for business and social enterprise in the recycling sector, enhance has completed its first phase of research leading up to the UK's implementation of the WEEE …

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SolidWorks speaks out at packaging innovations south

SolidWorks will be attending the easyFairs Packaging Innovations South show at Sandown Park, Esher, where the company has agreed to host a talk on the use of 3D CAD in the packaging and product design industry, and exhibit its pioneering SolidWorks software. Held on 18 and 19 October 2006, easyFairs …

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SolidWorks speaks out at packaging innovations south

SolidWorks will be attending the easyFairs Packaging Innovations South show at Sandown Park, Esher, where the company has agreed to host a talk on the use of 3D CAD in the packaging and product design industry, and exhibit its pioneering SolidWorks software. Held on 18 and 19 October 2006, easyFairs …

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EQT Opportunity to acquire Pfaffsilberlau

Friedberg, Germany, October 16, 2006 – The EQT Opportunity Fund (“EQT”) is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with the Pfaff Family to acquire a majority stake in Pfaff-silberblau. The acquisition of Pfaff-silberblau is done through a capital increase and is subject to approval from relevant competition …

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Leader sought for Freight Transport Association

The Freight Transport Association has begun the search for the successor to Richard Turner when he retires as Chief Executive next year. The process will be managed by Whitehead Mann, a top London leadership and search company. FTA President John Russell said, ‘The National Executive Board of FTA directors wants …

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Itelligent Transport Conference

You cannot afford to miss this 1 Day Conference, sponsored by IBM, Symbol Technologies and Microlise, which addresses the major issues facing those responsible for logistics, goods in transit and the assets used to transport them. Rising fuel costs, increasing legislation and higher customer demands drive the need for greater …

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