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Hampshire based Next Control Systems has been appointed as a Carlo Gavazzi Specialist Energy Partner
LIA Insurance Services, a partnership between the LIA and insurance broker Kinnell Corporate, provides access to bespoke and discounted commercial insurance
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The trade association’s advice follows a further report of rogue activity
'The van with the three-pointed star was a revelation; it just never broke down'
Glastonbury branch of Devondale Electrical has taken on three new members of staff, including its first apprentice
HaMuch, a new comparison website for the trades, has reached a significant landmark after welcoming 5,000 tradespeople to the service.
The company, which was only founded in June 2017, is now expecting to double its membership total to 10,000 by 1 October, when it officially launches to the general public.
Experience the most electrifying disco event of the year and be ready to re-live the 70’s disco days at Powerball 2017.
There are few things more British than the bacon butty, but the perfect sandwich and its composition have always been highly contested – however, new research has finally uncovered the formula to the greatest British bacon butty.
My KNX Store, a specialist arm of Park Electrical Distributors, has announced that its KNX Training Academy will debut in London in September.
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According to the Smart Factories and the Modern Manufacturer report, investments in smart manufacturing are set to drive a 27 per cent increase in efficiency over the next five years, boosting the global economy by a colossal $500 billion. Here, Lee Sullivan, regional manager for industrial automation software expert, COPA-DATA UK examines one of the key choices manufacturers will make during their digital transformation — choosing the right software
According to the Women’s Engineering Society (WES), less than ten per cent of engineering professionals in the United Kingdom are women, the lowest figure in Europe. Latvia, Bulgaria and Cyprus are leading the way, with female engineers making up almost 30 per cent. Here, Helen Marston, engineer at specialist resistor manufacturer, Cressall, discusses the role of women in engineering throughout history
By Jaime Vos, AEM Safety Materials Manager
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