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Flying Life Extension to go ahead   Print  
We have a substantial selection of photographs of the last flying Avro Vulcan, XH558. Image courtesy of Charles Toop. Friday, 7th June 2013

Charity launches Operation 2015, an exciting engineering programme designed to keep the world’s last flying Avro Vulcan airworthy to the end of 2015


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Thatcham website opens vehicle safety up for scrutiny   Print  
Thatcham’s Head of IT, Daniel Payne believes the website is a ‘major step forward in bringing Thatcham’s online presence up to date’ Wednesday, 5th June 2013

Consumers given a new level of insight into vehicle safety thanks to an upgraded online search function from Thatcham


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Bikers head to Rome for the last flying Vulcan   Print  
The bikers will travel across Europe to raise money for the iconic cold war bomber, Avro Vulcan XH558, on their way to the 110th anniversary of Harley Davidson celebrations Wednesday, 5th June 2013

British bikers prepare for 1,300 mile journey to raise money in support of the last flying Avro Vulcan, XH558


A classic Harley Davidson Superlow® is being offered as a prize for the Vulcan summer Raffle


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Survey highlights increasingly crucial role of emergency logistics in automotive industry   Print  
Brad Brennan, Evolution Time Critical managing director Tuesday, 4th June 2013

81% of industry representatives agree that just-in-time expertise is vital
for future competitiveness


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New recruitment website provides competitive advantage for engineering firms   Print  
The new look website has increased unique visitor rates, time on site, and applications received. Wednesday, 29th May 2013

Jonathan Lee Recruitment’s new-look site sees first quarter success, outperforming rivals and generating more applications.


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Oerlikon Graziano becomes lead partner in ‘The Environment for Innovation forum’, driving successful technology development in Italy   Print  
Thursday, 23rd May 2013

Technology Forum 2013 to provide insight and strategic expertise for Italian companies

 


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New Rapid Prototyping Tool Chain Speeds Up Transmission Software Development   Print  
Originally developed solely for the company’s internal use, customers have been so impressed by the programming time saved that they have asked to buy similar systems. Thursday, 23rd May 2013

Runs on compact controller, closes gap between prototype and production


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Federal-Mogul strengthens sales team   Print  
David East has been appointed Federal-Mogul General Sales Manager UK and Ireland Tuesday, 21st May 2013

David East is appointed General Sales Manager UK and Ireland


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THATCHAM RECOGNISES THE VALUE OF TRAINING   Print  
Tom Callnon, Academy Co-ordinator at Nationwide Accident Repair Services plc, being presented with the ‘Excellence in Training Support Award’ from Thatcham’s Commercial Director Lesley Upham and awards host Clare Balding. Thursday, 16th May 2013

15 May 2013 | Thatcham Automotive Academy announced the winner of the ‘Excellence in Training Support’ award at the British Bodyshop Awards last night


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Prodrive wins contract to supply vehicle enhancement modules for production line fitment   Print  
Roland Cherry, director of Prodrive’s Special Vehicle Programme’s business, says that the growing demand for ultra-luxury presents attractive opportunities for vehicle manufacturers and distributors who can deliver the right features and quality for speci Wednesday, 15th May 2013

New module-build capability provides easy access to trim, electronics and motion control options that increase vehicle manufacturer margins and tailor product to the unique requirements of high-value markets.

 


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