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By Jason Swann, Rittal Product Manager for Climate

Manufacturing automation systems are delicate and very expensive pieces of kit, which perform vital functions for the businesses they serve. 

An ambitious, award-winning electrical firm is marking five years in business by planning a major expansion of its Scottish operations.
 

Ford’s ongoing Transit sales success, combined with the launch of the technologically advanced all-new Fiesta, and planned introduction of new electric and hybrid powertrains is stimulating a surge in demand for technicians.

A team of 11 cyclists from Rexel, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of electrical products, has successfully taken part in a 400 mile charity bike ride which saw them pedal from Bordeaux to Paris.

Develop Training Ltd (DTL) has been awarded a contract by Severn Trent for the provision of electrical training following a rigorous tendering process.

RFID technology has seen some dramatic advances recently, with RFID tags becoming smaller and smaller and therefore creating new opportunities for using this technology.

UGR<19 linear luminaires that look great at a good price. Hoddesdon based commercial lighting specialist Synergy today launched, they claim the definitive standard of UGR<19 linear LED luminaires in response to high customer dema

An ambitious, award-winning electrical firm is marking five years in business by planning a major expansion of its Scottish operations.

 

The Exit Stopper is a unique and highly effective way to prevent unauthorised use of emergency exits and fire doors. It also serves as an inexpensive security device which helps prevent theft.

  • Research reveals top five songs to play to make employees work faster
  • Half of Brits admit music at work helps improve their productivity and work rate
  • The benefits of listening to music whilst you work revealed 

Provided by experts on EMI, PROFIBUS and PROFINET ~ Electromagnetic compatibility specialist EMC Standards is inviting bookings to a one-day training course about maintaining PROFIBUS and PROFINET reliability in modern industrial environments.

Whether it’s on a train, in a café or a hotel lobby – whatever the location, the number of people that want to charge their smartphone on the go is growing. In fact, our recent research found that 30% of UK adults charge their phone in a public place at least once a month, while 58% would like to

The Electrical Industries Charity together with Power Players 2017 winners Joseph Wu of T Clarke and Charlie Harwood of CEF are set to take on the Arctic Adventure to raise vital funds for the Dickinson family.