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Torotrak drives commercialisation strategy with strengthened manufacturing capability   Print  
Jeremy Deering - chief executive, Torotrak PLC Monday, 18th February 2013

New prototyping production capability and membership of government manufacturing consortium accelerates readiness of toroidal drive technology for main drive transmissions, variable-drive superchargers and mechanical hybrids

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Maintenance-free bearings from Federal-Mogul support one of the world?s longest suspension bridges   Print  
Federal-Mogul has developed maintenance-free bearings for the Hardanger bridge in Norway. Images courtesy of Geir Brekke, Norwegian Public Roads Administration Tuesday, 5th February 2013

Federal-Mogul has produced 128 bearings for the Hardanger Fjord Bridge in Norway using its DEVA bearing technology

Stadtallendorf, Germany, February 5, 2013
... Federal-Mogul Corporation (FDML: NASDAQ) has developed maintenance-free bearings for one of the world’s longest suspension bridges. On completion in 2013, the Hardanger Fjord Bridge in south west Norway will be one of the largest in the world, spanning 1,310 metres between pylons. A total of 128 spherical plain bearings using Federal-Mogul’s DEVA self-lubricating material technology will accommodate the small but essential movements that occur under load between the carriageway and its supporting cables.

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IMAGES ONLY- Research to extend XH558?s flying life accelerates with analysis of wing modification requirements   Print  
he 2013 Winter Service is nearly complete. The next stage is test flights, crew training and certification. Friday, 1st February 2013

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Research to extend XH558?s flying life accelerates with analysis of wing modification requirements   Print  
Cutaway (available in very high resolution with high detail) showing the structure of XH558, the last flying Vulcan. Captions showing the areas relevant to the life extension challenges can be seen at www.tinyurl.com/558FAQ Friday, 1st February 2013

Advanced 3D scanning system precisely maps critical wing section

Research to extend the flying life of the last airworthy Vulcan has taken a significant step forward as engineers seek to solve the technical challenges that could stop the aircraft flying after the 2013 season. Top of the list is the need to extend the fatigue life of the leading edge of the wings using a modification developed by Avro in the 1960s and 70s while Vulcans were in still in RAF service. With none of the original jigs surviving to help the Vulcan engineering team with the high-precision operation, they have called upon the latest 3D scanning and computer aided engineering techniques to “reverse engineer” the components.

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Oerlikon Graziano reviews a busy year of Corporate Social Responsibility in India   Print  
Friday, 25th January 2013

Manufacturing company provides medical, educational, environmental and cultural support to the local community

Uttar Pradesh – India, 25 Jan 2013 – the Oerlikon Graziano India factory located in the Gautam Buddh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh has brought more than just economic prosperity to the region. A sustained programme of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has enriched the lives of local villagers and school students in a number of ways, both practical and academic, medical wellbeing, environmental and training initiatives for evolving a better living for individuals.

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Prodrive wins its largest aerospace contract to-date   Print  
Ian Handscombe, composites manager at Prodrive, with one of the company?s new autoclaves. Friday, 25th January 2013

Composites specialist will produce high-quality components for first-class cabin interiors

Technology consultancy and precision-manufacturing specialist Prodrive has won a major contract to supply components for first-class cabin interiors, providing luxurious yet light-weight structures for seating options available for the latest generation of airliners. The order is Prodrive’s biggest aerospace contract to-date, strengthening its position as one of the premier suppliers of composites to sectors where precision and finish are critical.

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Nexteer Produces its 20 Millionth Electric Power Steering System   Print  
Global automotive supplier Nexteer Automotive has shipped its 20 millionth electric power steering (EPS) unit Wednesday, 23rd January 2013

Milestone reflects global growth of EPS business and unprecedented customer demand

Paris, France. – Global automotive supplier Nexteer Automotive has shipped its 20 millionth electric power steering (EPS) unit, saving almost 8 billion litres of fuel globally since it sold its first EPS unit in 1999, the tier one automotive supplier announced today. The 20 millionth EPS unit was produced at Nexteer’s manufacturing plant in Tychy, Poland.

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Delphi Product & Service Solutions Sponsors Annual ?Top Technician? Contest; Search Begins for UK?s Most Skilled Car Repairers   Print  
Thursday, 17th January 2013

WARWICK, UK – January 17th, 2012
Delphi to host Top 12 practical assessment round at Warwick Training Centre in March.

Delphi Product & Service Solutions announced today it will sponsor the 2013 Top Technician competition hosted by the Institute of Motor Industry (IMI) for the fourth consecutive year. In 2003, the competition was created to discover and reward the best technician in the United Kingdom (UK) aftermarket. Participants participate in several rounds of online, practical and theoretical assessments in order to achieve the IMI 2013 ‘Top Technician’ award

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Leading Federal-Mogul Powertrain Technologies Supplied on Eight of Ward?s 10 Best Engines for 2013   Print  
Wednesday, 16th January 2013

SOUTHFIELD, Michigan, January, 2013 … Federal-Mogul Corporation (NASDAQ: FDML), a leader in powertrain innovation, is supplying products for eight of Ward’s 10 Best Engines for 2013 model year vehicles.  From the beginning of the Ward’s 10 Best Engines competition 19 years ago, Federal-Mogul has designed and manufactured leading technologies for a majority of the engines each year recognized as the “10 Best.” 

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Millers Oils wins prestigious MIA award   Print  
The award was presented by Steve Sapsford (left), Ricardo?s global market sector director, to Millers Oils technical director, Martyn Mann (right) Tuesday, 15th January 2013

Ground-breaking lubrication technology helps Yorkshire based company win this year’s business excellence award for technology and innovation


Birmingham, UK – Specialist oil developer and producer Millers Oils has been awarded the Motorsport Industry Association’s (MIA) business excellence award for technology and innovation. The achievement is a result of the company’s Nanodrive oil which has revolutionised lubrication within the automotive and motorsport industries with unprecedented levels of friction reduction.

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