Will the plan positively impact your engineering sector?
Society position paper: Ending carbon dioxide originated by equipment operation entering the atmosphere
Members encouraged to read and respond to the paper.
The group from Huntingdon were given a guided tour of the factory and told how the company now operates in several diverse markets worldwide.
Elections are held each year for the Trustee Board and its three Professional Sector Councils. The Society depends on the valuable input provided by our volunteers and is looking for individuals with recent industry experience who can shape the future direction of the Society.
The final site visit of the year took a group from the Scottish Ayrshire region to Diageo's bottling and distribution facility at Shieldhall, near Glasgow.
The deepest geothermal energy well in the UK has completed drilling operations at its site in Redruth, Cornwall.
Typical conveyors used in industrial settings include belt systems and over-head systems. But what about static conveyor systems? OE looks at some non-moving conveyor innovations already on the market
Bucket wheel reclaimers/excavators are among the largest machines ever built, shifting vast amounts of stored solid material – and all at remarkable speed. Operations Engineer gets up close to these Leviathans to find out more
R&D organisation Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult last year began a project with offshore wind turbine manufacturer GE to develop remote maintenance systems through robotics and automation.
Mick Sweetmore was sworn in as new SOE President, and members and regional centres were recognised for their excellence at the Society’s AGM in July.