MHWmagazine

COAX cartridges the ultimate decentralized vacuum system

New technology offers a world of possibilities to machine builders COAX®, the next dimension in vacuum technology, is easily integrated into the body of manufacturing machinery with multistage cartridges. Designing the ultimate decentralized vacuum system is made possible by positioning vacuum power exactly where it is needed, making maximum use …

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Stockcap Launch new website

Stockcap the market leader in the field of product protection is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, www.stockcap.co.uk. With sales offices worldwide and manufacturing plants in Australia, America and The United Kingdom; the website reflects Stockcap's global presence; a stature which has recently been increased with the …

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Plasticity – 100 years of making plastics

From Bakelite to biodegradable cars: a century of plastics goes on display at the Science Museum The Science Museum will tell the story of how plastics have changed the world in Plasticity – 100 years of making plastics, a new exhibition to open on 22 May 2007. Running until January …

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New Accreditation for FTA tanker inspections

The Freight Transport Association Vehicle Inspection Service has received Department for Transport accreditation to carry out inspections of RID/ADR tanks carrying class 3 goods – petroleum spirit, diesel, gas oil and aviation fuel – manufactured on or after 10 May 2004. This new approval supplements FTA's existing appointment for the …

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Master-plan for NVQ and SVQ reform to be unveiled

The master-plan for a revolutionary raft of 16 new vocational qualifications in food manufacturing will be unveiled to employers at a major event in Leeds on 6 July. Improve, the sector skills council for food and drink manufacturing, will pull the wraps from the new framework for National and Scottish …

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London low emission zone Industry anger

The Freight Transport Association is disappointed that, in announcing plans for a Low Emission Zone (LEZ) in London by controls on lorries, Mayor Livingstone has ignored the warning regarding businesses at risk and the large number of vehicles, including Euro 1 and foreign operators, which will slip through a ragged …

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Freight transport in Wales Must do better

Freight transport remains the Cinderella of UK industry, with insufficient investment and planning for its needs. The Welsh Assembly, together with the UK Government and local authorities throughout the UK, must exhibit a better understanding of the needs of the freight industry and take actions to support improved performance, to …

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