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Quality Monitoring Instruments (QMI), Oil Mist Detection System receives Lloyd’s Register Type Approval

Quality Monitoring Instruments (QMI), manufacturer of premium engine & atmospheric oil mist detection systems, has received Type Approval certification from classification society Lloyd’s Register for its engine oil mist detection system. Having received ABS Type Approval in 2014, the LR certification follows the successful calibration testing of QMI’s Multiplex and …

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HARTING joins Osnabrück University’s racing team to verify RFID detection speeds

HARTING has joined forces with the University of Osnabrück in Lower Saxony, Germany, in an experiment to verify the ability of the company’s RFID (radio-frequency identification) systems to detect objects moving at high speeds. The object of the exercise is to determine how fast a vehicle can go and still …

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Genie® SX-180 boom lift proves its worth in Rotterdam shipyard

Hoogvliet-based international heavy transport and access company Peinemann specializes in the rental and sale of powered access equipment to the shipyard and petrochemical industry. The company recently purchased a Genie® SX-180 boom lift manufactured by Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP) to support lifting, drilling and subsea solutions provider Huisman at …

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Mercedes-Benz FleetBoard rises to the occasion for Warburtons

An ambitious scheme to slash diesel consumption and exhaust emissions by installing Mercedes-Benz FleetBoard telematics systems across its fleet of 750 distribution vehicles, helped Britain’s Favourite Baker win a coveted national fuel efficiency prize. Warburtons was named Fuel Efficient Operator of the Year in the annual Logistics Carbon Reduction Scheme …

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