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Vulcan to give dramatic Diamond Jubilee displays at Bournemouth Air Festival and Shoreham Airshow   Print  
The last flying Vulcan, XH558, is now one of the world?s most popular aircraft Photo credit: Charles Toop Thursday, 30th August 2012

Saturday, August 30th 1952, the secret prototype stopped traffic as it took to the air for the first time
(Eye-witness testimonies and interviews available with spectacular photography)
 

Sixty years ago, on Saturday August 30th 1952, traffic stopped and many thought they had seen an alien spaceship when Avro prototype 698 – later christened the Vulcan – climbed into the skies for the first time. This Saturday (and also on Sunday), the last remaining airworthy Vulcan, one of the most inspiring examples of British engineering achievement, will celebrate the type’s Diamond Anniversary with a dramatic display over the sea at the Bournemouth Air Festival. She will also star at the Shoreham Airshow, tilting her delta wings in front of their gorgeous art deco terminal.

 


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Last flying Vulcan to make spectacular appearance at Chris Evans' CarFest to help raise money for Children in Need   Print  
The last flying Vulcan will make a spectacular appearance at both CarFest events to help raise money for Children in Need Photo credit: Charles Toop Wednesday, 22nd August 2012

Sunday August 26th at Laverstoke Park Farm, Hampshire
Sunday September 9th at Cholmondeley Castle, Cheshire

 

The charity that operates the last flying Vulcan has donated two appearances to help raise money for Children in Need. The famous delta-winged aircraft will make spectacular appearances at CarFest South (Laverstock Park Farm, Hampshire) on Sunday August 26th and at CarFest North (Sunday September 9th at Cholmondeley Castle, Cheshire).


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IMAGES ONLY- Award-winning British technical team reveals plans to bring the excitement of engineering to new generations   Print  
Dr Robert Pleming FRAeS; ?This is the type of new approach that our economy needs if we are to continue supporting the growth of world-class technology businesses in the United Kingdom.? Wednesday, 15th August 2012


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Award-winning British technical team reveals plans to bring the excitement of engineering to new generations   Print  
An award-winning British technical team is opening consultations designed to bring the excitement of engineering to new generations. Wednesday, 15th August 2012

Consultation launched on a new type of engineering education and inspiration centre to help solve the growing skills shortage faced by aerospace, automotive
and all other high-technology engineering industries

Consultations are being launched on a revolutionary type of technical centre designed to inspire and educate a new generation of engineers. Success will help to solve the dramatic skills shortage that is currently constraining the development of many British technology companies, forcing 31 percent to look outside the UK for suitably qualified people.


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?Progress in all areas? investors told at business update   Print  
Torotrak?s commercial and finance director Jeremy Deering announced a ?2.5 million payment from Allison Transmission Inc Monday, 6th August 2012

£2.5 million from Allison Transmission strengthens customer commitment.
£600,000 licence payment received from Tata Motors for two new application areas.

A £2.5 million advance licence payment from Allison Transmission Inc. led a package of business news presented to investors at Torotrak’s (LSE: TRK) Annual General Meeting. Commercial and Finance Director Jeremy Deering said that Allison had now paid a cumulative £17.7 million in pre-production licence fees over the last forty months, showing its strong confidence in Torotrak’s fuel saving technologies.


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FEDERAL-MOGUL TO PRESENT INNOVATIVE RANGE OF EFFICIENCY-ENHANCING TECHNOLOGIES AT THE 2012 IAA COMMERCIAL VEHICLE SHOW IN SEPTEMBER   Print  
Bronze IROX? bearings supports CO2 reduction by enabling new engine management strategies, such as start-stop features Thursday, 2nd August 2012

Wiesbaden, Germany, August 2, 2012 … Federal-Mogul Corporation (NASDAQ: FDML) will be exhibiting at this year’s IAA (Hanover Exhibition Grounds, Hall 13, Stand C56, September 20-27, 2012) and will present a range of technologies designed to enhance the efficiency, emissions and fuel consumption of commercial vehicles.


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FEDERAL-MOGUL?S NEW CHAMPION? BRIDGE SPARK PLUG SETS DURABILITY BENCHMARK FOR ALTERNATIVE FUEL INDUSTRIAL ENGINES   Print  
champion Bridge Spark Plug close up Wednesday, 1st August 2012

Innovative design extends service life to three times that of conventional plugs

SOUTHFIELD, Michigan, August 1, 2012 … Federal-Mogul Corporation (NASDAQ: FDML) has developed a new, more durable spark plug for use in gas-powered industrial engines.  The innovative Champion® dual iridium bridge plug design, an industry first, extends electrode life by three times compared to current J-gap spark plugs.


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Delphi Product & Service Solutions Announces Multiple Technician Service Solutions and First-to-Market Products at Automechanika 2012   Print  
Delphi Product & Service Solutions will be attending Automechanika in September Wednesday, 1st August 2012

FRANKFURT, Germany – July 27, 2012
Technician-focused communications, diagnostics, training and Delphi Service Centre expansion headlines Delphi Product & Service Solutions Automechanika press conference. New to range, all makes product offering significantly expands.
 


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Growing trend identified as aircraft operators find new ways to drive down cost of AOG   Print  
and aircraft operators are increasingly calling upon emergency logistics specialist Evolution Time Critical to deliver vital parts to aircraft following component failure Friday, 27th July 2012

Emergency logistics techniques, optimised in the automotive industry, are increasingly being used to minimise the impact of both scheduled and unscheduled ‘aircraft on ground’ (AOG) situations. In the case of unscheduled AOG, cancellation fees can range from €250 to €600 per passenger, which is in addition to the business cost of over €100,000 for a one to two hour delay estimated by Boeing.  Aircraft operators are now finding that Emergency Logistics enables new strategies that can reduce both cost and capital employed while also getting aircraft back in the air more quickly.   


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DELPHI TECHNOLOGIES FEATURED ON FERRARI 458 ITALIA GT; 24 HOURS OF LE MANS MOTOR RACE WINNER   Print  
Delphi's condenser, compressor, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) module, and power cables were all featured on the winning Ferrari 458 Italia GT2 race car. Thursday, 26th July 2012

PARIS – A Ferrari 458 Italia GT2, equipped with Delphi Automotive (NYSE: DPH) technology, won its category at the recent 24 Hours of Le Mans motor race held at the Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans, France. Delphi's condenser, compressor, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) module, and power cables were all featured on the winning Ferrari 458 Italia GT2 race car.


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