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22/03/2011 - AVEVA Laser Modeller launched at SPAR 2011
AVEVA expands laser scan portfolio with next generation 3D model creation to optimise the operation of brownfield plant facilities and transform the efficiency in upgrade and revamp projects

HOUSTON, US - 21 March 2011: AVEVA (LSE:AVV), a leader in engineering design and information management solutions for the plant, power and marine industries, today announced the launch of the new AVEVA Laser Modeller solution at SPAR 2011.
 
22/03/2011 - EYESIM™ Virtual Reality now available on iPhone and iPad
 Invensys Operations Management enhances its EYESIM™ Immersive Virtual Reality Training System with a new iPhone and iPad apps focussed on the gas industry

MARCH 21, 2011/AMSTERDAM - Following the successful launch of the innovative Virtual Reality training system EYESIM™, Invensys Operations Management, a global provider of technology systems, software solutions and consulting services to the process and manufacturing industries, takes the next step in further development of this ground breaking technology.
 
22/03/2011 - CONFERENCE WILL GIVE MANUFACTURERS ACCESS TO LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN TITANIUM RESEARCH
Manufacturers and suppliers in the special metals sector can find out first hand about the latest developments in the use of Titanium and its alloys at a conference to be held at Swinden House in Rotherham on Thursday 7th April.
 
22/03/2011 - BRAMMER RIGHT ON TRACK WITH MAJOR NEW RAIL SECTOR CONTRACT
Brammer, the UK’s leading supplier of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) products and services, has further extended its growing rail sector customer list through a major contract win with First Great Western.
 
22/03/2011 - British Safety Council welcomes government proposals for further reform of health and safety
The Chair and Chief Executive of the British Safety Council this morning attended a stakeholder meeting at which the Work and Pensions Minister, Chris Grayling, who has responsibility for health and safety, set out the next stage of the government's proposals for health and safety reform.
 
22/03/2011 - MES solution to be installed at Bulgarian production site
Lueneburg, Germany, 23. March, 2011 – Actavis will implement PAS-X, the Manufacturing Execution System (MES) of Werum Software & Systems, at its new production facility in Dupnitsa, Bulgaria.
 
22/03/2011 - Semta protects the quality of new engineering apprenticeship frameworks
Semta has resolved a major issue which threatened the continuing quality of engineering apprenticeships.

The introduction of the new Specification of Apprenticeship Standards for England (SASE) meant that the Performing Engineering Operations (PEO) NVQ Level 2 was no longer part of the revised engineering frameworks

Now - thanks to Semta’s intervention - employers will be delighted that a solution has been found that will enable delivery of this vital foundation training to continue and so give trainees the fundamental skills needed to operate effectively and safely in the industry.
 
22/03/2011 - Anochrome Group Receives Revolutionary Contract from Briggs
The Anochrome Group has re-appointed Briggs Equipment, the UK’s leading independent distributor of materials handling products, as its materials handling supplier in a new contract worth nearly quarter of a million pounds.
 
22/03/2011 - New funding scheme will support innovative small companies
A new scheme will offer funding to small companies to enable them to research and develop new products, processes and services that could stimulate economic growth. 

Managed by the Technology Strategy Board, the Grant for Research and Development scheme, which comes into effect from 4 April 2011, will support small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) across the UK that want to carry out research and development generating new and innovative products and services.
 
21/03/2011 - NEW ESPE INSPECTION SERVICE LAUNCHED BY SAFETY SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY
Many employers are unaware that carrying out regular PUWER inspections may not be enough for them to meet their legal obligations in respect of machinery safety, warns Gary Trewhitt of Safety Systems Technology, a hands-on engineering and electrical safety company.
 
 
  
 
    
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