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Mark Venables, Managing Director of Alloy Wire International
£1m target for Alloy Wire at SPE Offshore

Russ Cockburn

Investment in expanding its range of high performance and anti-corrosive wires could hold the key to £1m of new opportunities according to Alloy Wire International (AWI). The UK’s leading supplier of…

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Magnomatics wins £99,900 Smart Award

Gillian Crook

Magnomatics, the Yorkshire-based high technology engineering company, specialising in the development of advanced magnetic transmission systems and high-torque electrical machines, has received a £99,900 Smart Award to develop its Pseudo…

Hannah Mills
Art exhibition set to star Volkswagen technician

Andrew McLagan

An apprentice motor technician is set to appear in a Nottingham photographic exhibition next year. Hannah Mills, from Volkswagen Van Centre Nottingham, will feature in a collection of portraits by photographer…

Robbie Bentham, plant director at Banks Mining, with Dane Middlemiss and Kevin Monaghan of Pirtek Ty
Pirtek Tyne & Wear awarded two-year Banks Mining contract

Ellen Forster

Banks Mining has awarded a two-year contract to a regional supplier to help maximise the operational availability of mining plant at its two surface mines in South East Northumberland. The Durham-headquartered…

Jackson Fire & Security directors Tim Fletcher and Steve Jackson
Free fire safety checks for businesses as part of national fire safety week

Aaron Haley

Free fire safety checks for businesses as part of national fire safety week Businesses can access free fire alarm and extinguisher checks from a leading North Wales fire and security specialist…

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The CE Mark - What does it mean?

Drew Griffiths

One thing that you should definitely look for when purchasing electrical equipment for your business, is the ‘CE’ mark.  The CE actually stands for "Conformite Europeene", and is found on domestic…

Road resurfacing
£1.7 million Port of Liverpool road improvements

Simon Malia

Work is due to start on a major project to resurface the main road to the Port of Liverpool. Highways England is resurfacing a two and a half mile stretch of…

Meadowhall will undergo a £50m interior design refurbishment.
WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff wins major contract with Sheffield’s Meadowhall

Nick Hill

As part of a £50m interior design refurbishment, Sheffield shopping and leisure complex Meadowhall has appointed WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff has been appointed to provide multidisciplinary engineering services. This project is…

New apprentices at Barratt Developments North East
Local housebuilder fosters the future of construction with four new apprentices

Richard Savage

Local housebuilder, Barratt Developments, is showcasing its commitment to nurturing a future generation of construction workers by employing four new apprentices at its North East division. Owen Corbett, an apprentice bricklayer…

Richard Allen took up the position in July 2015
New General Manager for Metsec Cable Management

Richard Savage

Leading Black Country cold roll forming specialist, voestalpine Metsec plc, has appointed a new General Manager for its Cable Management Division to help support and drive its continuing growth in…

70 years in business: (l-r) Jas Bahra (Business Growth Service), Sue Taylor, Anna Hayton and Richard
70-year milestone for Birmingham-based Edmar Engineering

Russ Cockburn

A Birmingham manufacturer, set-up to help rebuild Britain’s industry after the Second World War, is celebrating its 70th birthday in style after completing a number of major new contracts. Edmar Engineering…

The colonnade and lift at Madeira Drive, Brighton, City of Brighton and Hove, England. Photo: Hassoc
Two Brighton businesses forced to relocate due to risk of collapse

Ellen Forster

Businesses are being asked to relocate from Brighton seafront as some of the Victorian buildings are at a high risk of collapse. Brighton & Hove council has said the entire length…