Plant & Works Engineering

Plant & Works Engineering articles

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Founded in 1981, Plants (and) Works Engineering is a British magazine that publishes articles for manufacturing and commercial engineering professionals. The magazine is published 11 times per year by DFA Media, Ltd. (also its publisher). Its editorial headquarters is in Kent, England.Plants (and) Works Engineering is edited by Aaron Blutstein with the contributions of Ed Holden and Tony Sacks.

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Recently added articles from Plant & Works Engineering:

IET competition.(Institution of Engineering and Technology )(Brief article)
July 1, 2009 ... The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is calling all top female engineers to enter the 2009 Young Woman Engineer of the Year competition. Now In its 32nd year, the competition seeks the very best female engineers that the...

Additional factory.(Ener.G Group)(Brief article)
July 1, 2009 ... Sustainable power business ENER-G has opened an additional factory in Salford, Greater Manchester, to keep pace with worldwide demand for its renewable and energy efficient technologies. This means the company can increase production of...

New president at EI.
July 1, 2009 ... James Smith CBE FEI, chairman of Shell UK, was elected Energy Institute (EI) President at the EI's Annual General Meeting at the Institute of Directors in June. In response to his election, James Smith CBE FEI, president, Energy ...

Manifesto for UK manufacturing.
July 1, 2009 ... EEF, the manufacturers' organization has published its manifesto for manufacturing 'Manufacturing Our Future.' sets out a vision for manufacturing at the centre of a more diverse and durable UK economy and makes bold recommendations to...

Funding clarification.(EDITOR'S COMMENT)
July 1, 2009 ... Training is once again at the forefront with news that there is likely to be a short fall of university places this year and funding stretched to its limits. Consequently Britain's manufacturers are urging the Government to clarify the...