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Unicut adds a £700,000 contract to its recent successes 19/01/2010

Unicut Precision has announced a £700,000, two-year contract to supply 31 different components. The contract involves vendor managed stocking techniques in order to meet three day 'delivery to line' demands.  Read More

Flow International Corporation receives $11 million of aerospace orders 19/01/2010

US-headquartered Flow International Corporation, the parent company of Flow UK, has received, approximately, $11 million of orders for several new projects in its Advanced segment.   Read More

Leuze electronic has moved to larger offices 19/01/2010

Leuze electronic, the sensor specialist, is celebrating its 20th birthday in the UK with a move to larger offices.   Read More

Plasma cutters used in fabrication of Royal Navy aircraft carriers 18/01/2010

Techserv Cutting Systems, a specialist manufacturer of CNC profile cutting systems, has delivered four HS 4000 hi-definition precision plasma cutters to the UK's Aircraft Carrier Alliance (ACA).  Read More

Leuze electronic had its best ever year in the UK in 2009 18/01/2010

Despite the tough economic climate, Leuze was able to grow their sales, in 2009, and consequently increased their market share in the UK.  Read More

Brunel metals engineering centre gets £9 million backing 15/01/2010

Brunel University is to be the home of a pioneering £9 million metals engineering centre that aims to advance new ways of manufacturing and using metals that are both more sustainable and more cost-effective.   Read More

Japan machine tool orders show first increase for 19 months 15/01/2010

Preliminary figures released by the Japan Machine Tool Builders' Association show that orders rose 62.8%, year-on-year, to ¥60.04 billion (£404 million) in December, marking the first increase in 19 months.   Read More

Mori Seiki set to acquire part of Sony measurement technology business 15/01/2010

Japan's Mori Seiki Co now seems set to acquire parts of Sony Corporation's measuring business, Sony Manufacturing Systems Corporation (SMS).  Read More

Robot supplier set for record sales 13/01/2010

KUKA Automation + Robotics is reaping the rewards of developing new markets in sectors such as aerospace, entertainment, food and beverage processing as well as the nuclear industry.  Read More

New CECIMO president elected 07/01/2010

The European machine tool and manufacturing technology trade association's representative body, CECIMO has elected Michael Hauser as president for a period of two years  Read More

UK manufacturing PMI hits highest level in over two years 06/01/2010

The UK manufacturing PMI rose to a 25-month high in the last month of 2009, according to the CIPS/Markit Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI).  Read More

First new J&S UltraGrind goes to France 04/01/2010

The first order for Jones & Shipman's new UltraGrind CNC cylindrical grinding machine has been despatched to its new owner, a leading precision component manufacturer based in France.   Read More

EAMA business outlook mixed 04/01/2010

For the third month in a row (November), a very substantial majority of firms reported an increase in inquiries from UK businesses, according to EAMA (the Engineering and Machinery Alliance), which represents 1,400 mostly mechanical engineering SMEs.  Read More

Danobatgroup Railways Open House to show wheelset production line 04/01/2010

Danobatgroup Railways, part of the Spanish Danobat Group, a machine tool design and manufacture activity, is to hold an Open House this month, following its official opening last September.  Read More

METAV show will have special features 15/12/2009

German manufacturing technology event METAV will be held from 23 till 27 February 2010 in Düsseldorf.  Read More

First-in-UK Promac Sharav machine goes to composite parts maker 15/12/2009

The first Promac Sharav machine to be sold in the UK has gone to Melton Mowbray-based KS Composites.   Read More

Tap into support to go 'green' in West Midlands 11/12/2009

Companies in the West Midlands can tap into a host of dedicated advice and guidance that will help them identify new market opportunities in the burgeoning 'green sector', develop new low carbon products, reduce their carbon footprint and become more energy efficient, it is claimed.  Read More

Mazak European Technology Centre officially open 01/12/2009

Mr Tomohisa Yamazaki, president of Yamazaki Mazak Corporation, last week, 24 November, presided over the official opening ceremony for Mazak's state-of-the-art European Technology Centre located at the company's European headquarters in Worcester, England.  Read More

Trac installs £2 million VIPER grinding cell 24/11/2009

Trac Group's new Crewe production facility has seen the installation of a £2 million cell, based on a robot-fed Makino machining centre configured for VIPER (very impressive performance extreme removal) grinding.   Read More

Finance operation to support Mori Seiki and DMG sales 20/11/2009

Machine tool builders Mori Seiki, Japan, and Gildemeister AG, Germany, have reached agreement with Japan's Mitsui & Co to co-operate in a machine tool purchase finance operation.  Read More

MACH 2010 pregistration benefits available for the taking 18/11/2009

Visitor registration for MACH 2010 (7-11 June, NEC, Birmingham) is now open and can be accessed at   Read More

Mori Seiki poised to acquire Sony measurement technology business 17/11/2009

Japanese machine tool maker Mori Seiki Co is set to acquire Sony Corporation's measuring systems business.   Read More

Unison to supply 175 mm capacity tube bender to BAE 13/11/2009

Unison has won an order from BAE Systems Surface Ships for a large tube-bending machine.  Read More

£600,000 French order for Broadbent Stanley 05/11/2009

Broadbent Stanley and French distributor Macrotec have secured a £600,000 order for two large capacity hollow spindle, CNC lathes from French oil industry giant Vallourec & Mannesmann.  Read More

Large Volume Metrology training programme launches today 03/11/2009

Today (3 Nov) the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is launching a Large Volume Metrology (LVM) training programme.   Read More

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