A few weeks before the closing date for registrations, Messe Düsseldorf is recording extremely lively demand for exhibition space.
From 13 to 15 March 2015, 130 exhibitors entered into dialogue with 3,222 trade visitors at GLASSPEX INDIA 2015 – International Exhibition for Glass - Production, Processing, Products in Mumbai. For the fourth time on the glass industry’s platform in the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre, visitors gathered information and entered into an exchange on the latest products and innovations from the sectors of glass manufacturing, finishing and glass applications.
RPC Superfos’s SuperLock® pot has provided the ideal solution to enable a new berry and fruit purée to stay fresher for longer.
In 2014, KUKA clearly surpassed the previous year’s key figures. Due to the high global demand for robots and automation solutions, orders received, sales revenue and earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) were all higher, with percentage growth rates in double figures. The group fully met the guidance targets for 2014: sales revenue totaled around €2.1 billion and was thus over the target value of around €2.0 billion. At 6.8 percent, the EBIT margin was also above the forecast estimate of 6.5 percent.
AVEVA announced today that TOTAL E&P NORGE AS (TOTAL) has chosen AVEVA Activity Visualisation Platform (AVEVA AVP) to support training activities on its Martin Linge topside platform in the North Sea. Seeking an immersive training environment to facilitate advanced training for their HSE (Health, Safety and Environment) and other scenarios, TOTAL chose AVEVA after a competitive selection process.
A giant made of glass, steel and concrete covering an overall area of 21,000 sqm, with a height of 41 meters, a length of 190 meters and 90 meters in width: these are the main figures of the Musée des Confluences, open at the end of December on the southern tip of the city of Lyon at the confluence of rivers Rhone and Saône, hence the name of the Museum.
AVEVA today announced the latest release of AVEVA Diagrams, engineering software that enables the creation and delivery of intelligent P&IDs and other schematics. This major software update will enable process and systems engineers to collaborate more efficiently on multi-discipline projects thereby eliminating errors and inconsistencies that could otherwise lead to costly subsequent rework.
A new-generation lightweight standard Round bottle from RPC Packaging Gent has been launched following research into the requirements of the bleach and demineralised water markets.
Clariant, a world leader in specialty chemicals, is gearing up to reveal its support for a greener Foundry industry at GIFA 2015. Visitors to Booth C13 / Hall 12 at the leading foundry industry event in Düsseldorf can look forward to a showcase of Clariant’s unique sustainable emission-reducing casting additives GEKO® LE and ECOSIL® LE, already enabling more ecofriendly production of steel and iron castings by several major European automotive manufacturers.
Around 50 journalists and several hundred employees shadowed German Chancellor Angela Merkel on her visit to KUKA in Augsburg. Accompanied by her economic advisor Lars-Hendrik Röller and deputy government spokesperson Georg Streiter, Angela Merkel met with KUKA Executive Board members Dr. Till Reuter and Peter Mohnen and Supervisory Board Chairman Bernd Minning to discuss the factory of the future.
The OE-A published the sixth edition of its roadmap at LOPEC. It describes key trends and key challenges for printed electronics technology. It is obvious, that hybrid systems will experience the most significant development in the short and medium term.
The “Bright World of Metals” is setting a new record: with 84,706 square metres of sold exhibition space (as per 27. February 2015), the GIFA, METEC, THERMPROCESS and NEWCAST trade fairs have already reached an all-time high. This means that Halls 3 to 17 on the Düsseldorf exhibition site are fully booked. The leading international trade fairs for metallurgy and foundry technology are continuing their impressive development where the number of exhibitors is concerned too: about 2,000 companies will be presenting their products and services to the trade community again from 16. to 20. June.
The Nobel Prize for Göttingen-based researcher Stefan Hell and his STED microscopy was a milestone in the microscopic exploration of the nanoworld. Lasers, switchable fluorescent markers and imaging techniques provide profound insights into living cells. Lasers are al-ready in the process of revolutionizing medical research, diagnostics and therapy. Biophotonics and medical engineering will again be center stage at the LASER World of PHOTONICS from 22-25 June at the Messe München site.
Smart Factory concepts require more intelligence on machines or the entire production line, placing greater demands on the computing performance of the automation system. More and more functions with ever-shorter cycle times require more powerful centralised control technology.
GIFA 2015 – the 13th International Foundry Trade Fair and Technical Forum will be presenting innovative solutions for the foundry industry.
With the new technical center in Bremen, and an expansion of the machine pool, Actega DS is optimizing the product-specific material developments. The company will therefore be able to develop and offer innovations required by the market even more quickly – and better optimized for the requirements.
Der Auftragseingang verzeichnete im Januar 2015 ein Plus von +30 Prozent (bundesweit +3 Prozent). Bei der Inlandsnachfrage gab es ein Minus von -2 Prozent (bundesweit -1 Prozent). Das Auslandsgeschäft lag bei +45 Prozent (bundesweit +4 Prozent) im Vergleich zum Vorjahresniveau.
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RPC Bebo UK has supplied a 126mm diameter lid in a blue pigment to enhance the branding and on-shelf appeal of a new range of Blue Dragon branded noodle snack pots produced by Symingtons under licence from AB World Foods.