Plant & Works Engineering
UKWA calls for change in food inspection procedures

The United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) has called on the Government to adopt new legislation that allows foodstuffs entering the country to be inspected at inland premises – instead of ports - to ease the flow of goods into post-Brexit Britain.

Tony Roche becomes IMechE’s new President

A-Levels: Uptake in Maths and Physics welcomed

Manufacturers continue boosting 4IR investments

Filling the training gap

There has been a rise in the popularity of coil type steam generators in recent years with a wide variety of steam users requiring relatively small amounts of steam at short notice for their process. Coil type generators are ideal for this role, but users often have small numbers of staff who have little or no technical or safety knowledge relevant to steam generation and distribution. This is a gap in the industry that now has a solution. PWE reports.

Compressor downsizing saves energy

Salmon producer Marine Harvest VAP (UK) has achieved annual energy savings of £21,000 after Atlas Copco updated its compressed air system with new technology. PWE reports.

UK Open Day is huge success

When Radwell International chose the date for its UK Open Day it says it could not have known the high level of response it would receive from customers, suppliers and exhibitors.

Moving towards secure remote access

Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director of obsolete industrial parts supplier EU Automation, discusses secure remote access and the challenges it presents.

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