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18 Jul 2016 by Mollart Ltd
Export gundrilling machine orders worth over £2 million have been won by Mollart Engineering for nine machines destined for European and Chinese automotive industry customers. The contracts from Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, China and northern Europe has set the company well into its machine build target for 2016-17 with projected extensions into 2018.
18 Apr 2016 by PCT Engineering Ltd
After a 12 month design and trial fit period PCT Engineering are extremely proud to announce that the order for an initial 360 vehicles worth of safety rails has been placed with us , our second largest value order to date since the companys foundation.
The initial brief was to design a sefety rail that could be fitted to 6 differant types of vehicle , each type equiped with either a crane or tail lift , no easy feat in itself.
14 Jan 2013 by Bracebridge Engineering Ltd
Bracebridge Engineering is on course for an 80% increase in its turnover after winning its biggest-ever contract. The precision presswork specialists will supply components for 900,000 filters over the next three years to PALL Europe, world leaders in the hi-tech filtration, separation and purification industry.
17 Jul 2012 by BWT Ilkeston
East Midlands based Atlas Composites is gearing up for a busy few months after winning a prestigious contract with British Cycling to help boost their chances of track success.
With the nation full of sporting anticipation over the next few weeks, carbon fibre composite components manufactured by Atlas Composites at its 25,000 square foot production facility, will hopefully help steer our cyclists to velodrome glory.
03 Jul 2012 by Thistle Thermal Profiling Ltd
'I have been very impressed with your service and with the number and quality of the responses I've received.
Through Qimtek, I have even discovered that I have a machine shop in my village, only a couple of minutes away.'
Shona D Black
25 Mar 2009 by Thales Communications Ltd
Thales UK has signed a £25m sub-contract to deliver a high-tech communication system for the Royal Navy's two new Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers.
This contract win, which secures up to 50 local jobs at Thales's Crawley site, covers onboard and fleetwide communications, and is an important milestone in the develop ment programme for these ships, which will be named HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales.
19 Feb 2009 by CHK PLC Precision Industrial Manufacturing
WABCO Automotive have recently signed a contract allowing them exclusive global marketing and distribution rights to sell CHK s Automatic Landing Leg globally.
This air assisted, automatic landing leg for semi-trailers offer easy, fast, automatic one-push button operation and is designed to avoid the possibility of manual influence on lift height, with the use of only three easily-replaceable moving parts reducing the need for maintenance and simplify repair.
04 Feb 2009 by Davy Markham Ltd
Sheffield heavy engineering concern, DavyMarkham has been awarded a massive $20 million order for the supply of mining hoists and associated electrical drives and controls, by top mid-tier gold producer IAMGOLD Corporation of Toronto, Canada. The contract includes the largest double drum hoist supplied to North America in recent times, with a diameter of 21ft (6.4m), a drum width of 8ft (2.4m) and a payload capacity of 44,000lbs (20,000kg).
01 Oct 2008 by HTF Stainless Steel Fabrication Ltd
We are proud to have been chosen by the Institute of Civil Engineering, to fabricate a 1/10th scale model of a twin tower, cable stay suspension bridge.
The whole assembly will easily dismantle into 20 seperate sections, and will be used by the Institute to tour schools in the midlands to promote civil engineering to the younger generations. The children play an active role in the setting out and construction of the bridge and learn about basic engineering principles along the way.
08 Aug 2008 by Rolls Royce PLC (Marine Division)
Rolls-Royce has signed a $700m production contract with the US Naval Air Systems Command to produce 370 AE 1107C-Liberty engines for the marine corps MV-22 and the air force s CV-22 Osprey aircraft.
The five-year contract coincides with the first combat deployment of MV-22 aircraft that took place earlier this month.
30 Jul 2008 by E2V Technologies
e2v, a leading designer, developer and manufacturer of specialised components and subsystems, has been selected by Thales Alenia Space to provide the high performance CCD image sensors to be used in the European Space Agency s (ESA) Sentinel-3 Earth observation satellite.
15 Jul 2008 by Qinetiq
QinetiQ expertise developed on Zephyr will be key to the programme's success.
Boeing has selected QinetiQ as its key technology partner for the $3.8m phase one portion of the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's (DARPA) Vulture air vehicle programme. QinetiQ's world-leading knowledge in solar-electric Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs) will play a key role in meeting DARPA's objective to create a new category of ultra-long-endurance aircraft.
16 Jun 2008 by Allen diesels
Rolls-Royce is to design and equip one of the world s most advanced seismic research vessels for China. The £13 million contract is also its first such contract in the important Chinese market for offshore seismic vessels.
The seismic streamer vessel has been ordered by BGP Marine China, a subsidiary of China National Petroleum Company (CNPC). It will operate worldwide in support of oil and gas exploration and production.
09 Jun 2008 by GKN Aersospace Ltd
09 Jun 2008 by Aker Kvaerner Subsea
The contract covers the delivery of a complete drilling riser system for a drillship with buoyancy package and associated equipment for a drillship that DSME is currently building.
09 Jun 2008 by Rolls Royce
Two Kamewa size 56 water jets will be fitted onto each 30m vessel to enable speeds up to 40 knots. The patrol craft will be used for targeting illegal drug trafficking, safety at sea, and search and rescue missions.
19 May 2008 by ABB Ltd
ABB has been awarded $170m to supply two HVDC (high-voltage, direct current) converter stations for the Fenno-Skan 2 power link between Finland and Sweden.
The converter stations will be part of an 800MW extension of the existing 550MW Fenno-Skan 1 link, which was delivered by ABB in 1989.
19 May 2008 by GKN Aersospace Ltd
A next-generation aircraft wing made of light composite materials is to be developed by Airbus in the UK.
The European aerospace group is leading a £103m investment in the research project, which will help to secure jobs at its Broughton wing factory in north Wales.
The project is being jointly funded by the Welsh Assembly Government, which is contributing £7.5m, and regional development agencies.
16 Apr 2008 by Rolls Royce
Rolls-Royce announced today that Sichuan Airlines has chosen Trent 700 engines to power its fleet of three leased Airbus A330-200 twinjets from AerCap. The order includes a long term TotalCare® services agreement.
Mr. Lan Xinguo, Chairman of Sichuan Airlines said: The introduction of new-generation widebody aircraft to our fleet in 2010 will mark another phase in the growth of Sichuan Airlines. The Trent 700 will provide us with the best performance and flexibility for our Airbus A330 operations.
08 Apr 2008 by Siemens
Siemens Energy has been awarded major order for a wind farm in the US with a capacity of nearly 325MW.
Siemens will supply 141 units of its 2.3MW turbines for the Biglow Canyon Wind Farm Phases 2 and 3 in Sherman County in Oregon. The purchaser, Portland General Electric Company (PGE), serves more than 804,000 customers in Oregon.