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Have your name fly with the Vulcan on one of the historic bomb-bay doors   Print  
Thanks to 3M for donating the 2010 plaque, pictured alongside the space where your name could fly with one of the world?s most important historic aircraft. Thursday, 13th January 2011

Support the winter service and help keep XH558 flying (illustration reveals reality-gap in James Bond Thunderball movie)

For just £20, the historic bomb-bay doors of XH558, the last flying Vulcan, could swing open to reveal your name as one of the vital supporters commemorated on the Winter Service Plaque. The delta-winged Vulcans once stood on Quick Reaction Alert, their bomb-bays ready to carry British, Yellow Sun hydrogen bombs. Now there is only one left flying, delighting more than two million people at airshows every year and inspiring new generations of engineers and aviators.


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British logistics firm celebrates ten years of exceptional growth   Print  
From left to right: Andrew Hampson, operations director; Chris Read, financial director; Brad Brennan, managing director and Steve Risby, european sales director. Wednesday, 12th January 2011

Emergency logistics specialist Evolution Time Critical has recorded the most successful year of its first decade of trading, with revenues of more than £12m. The firm reports that these figures are at least 30 percent higher than any previous year, and 50 percent higher than 2009 revenues. Evolution’s founders identified a gap in the market for a high-end time critical logistics service in 2001, and have steadily built the company’s global reputation over the past ten years. It now supports multi-national car manufacturers around the clock with emergency deliveries of components to production lines worldwide, helping them to avoid stoppage fees of up to €1m per hour.


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DELPHI ANNOUNCES CHANGE IN EUROPEAN MANAGEMENT FOR AFTERMARKET BUSINESS   Print  
Gael Escribe, appointed vice president, independent aftermarket, Delphi Product & Service Solutions, Europe, Middle-East and Africa Thursday, 6th January 2011

Warwick, UK — Delphi announced today that Gael Escribe, previously vice president, sales, Delphi Product & Service Solutions (DPSS), Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), became vice president, independent aftermarket, DPSS, EMEA effective January 3, 2011.  This position was recently held by Lucia Veiga Moretti, now vice president, global independent aftermarket, DPSS.  Also announced was Philippe Guyot, previously deputy general manager, Groupauto International, who joined Delphi as Gael’s replacement as sales director, EMEA, DPSS.


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Prodrive develops highly-acclaimed supercharged V-8 for Ford Performance Vehicles (FPV)   Print  
Ford Australia?s new 5.0 litre Miami engine is the result of a ?36 million development programme with Prodrive Wednesday, 5th January 2011

AUS$36million development programme delivered to Ford’s demanding global standards

A new supercharged 5.0-litre V8 engine has taken the latest Ford Falcon GT models straight into the lead in the Australian performance car market. Developing 335kW at 5750rpm and 570Nm all the way from 2200 to 5500rpm, the Prodrive-designed ‘Miami’ engine has been universally applauded by the region’s specialist press.


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New, richly illustrated Vulcan pocket diary and iconic, professional desk-diary   Print  
The new 2011 pocket diary from the Vulcan to the Sky Trust brings the last flying Vulcan to life with a remarkable series of 50 high-quality colour pictures. Thursday, 23rd December 2010

Perfect gifts for discerning enthusiasts will help to keep the last Vulcan flying

Ideal for anyone with even a passing interest in amazing aircraft, the new 2011 pocket diary from the Vulcan to the Sky Trust brings the last flying Vulcan to life with a remarkable series of 50 high-quality colour pictures. If you have ever wondered what it is like to look down the intake of an Olympus turbojet, or to crawl through a Vulcan’s forward pressure bulkhead into the radar housing, the latest diary is for you.


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Emergency logistics calls rocket as more snow approaches   Print  
Emergency logistics firm Evolution Time Critical is experiencing record volumes of calls from manufacturers and suppliers desperate to avoid costly production delays in the next bout of snow Friday, 17th December 2010

Emergency logistics firm Evolution Time Critical is experiencing record volumes of calls from manufacturers and suppliers desperate to meet year-end production schedules and avoid costly production delays in the current bout of snow. With fresh snowfalls affecting transport networks, many manufacturers are seeking contingencies in order to keep their supply chains moving. Goods from suppliers in continental Europe became stranded mid-route during the most recent onslaught of severe weather, or in some cases were not despatched, causing chaos at many production sites.


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Leicestershire firefighters use Caterpillar site and waste wood for vital fire behaviour training   Print  
Firefighters from the Leicester Fire and Rescue Service (LFRS) are now using a purpose built training unit on Caterpillar?s Desford site to complete vital fire behaviour training. Image courtesy of Alistair Langham www.thestudio17.co.uk Friday, 17th December 2010

Firefighters from the Leicester Fire and Rescue Service (LFRS) are now using a purpose built training unit on Caterpillar’s Desford site to complete vital fire behaviour training. The fire service will also use waste wood from Caterpillar’s site to create the training fires. It will send groups of employees to the unit for training twice a week, where they will learn about the explosive power of fire through exercises that recreate hazardous, real life scenarios.


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FEDERAL-MOGUL PRESENTS BLYTHE HOUSE HOSPICE WITH FUNDS RAISED BY STAFF   Print  
Federal-Mogul?s Chapel-en-le-Frith staff have raised ?2861.28 for Blythe House Hospice. Pictured (from left to right): David Hodgkiss (Site Finance Controller), Pat Bagshaw, Santino Lammond (Plant Manager), Rachel Damms (Blythe House Fundraising Assistant Thursday, 16th December 2010

Staff at Federal-Mogul’s Chapel-en-le-Frith plant have raised £2861.28 for Blythe House Hospice

Federal-Mogul’s 500-strong workforce at Chapel-en-le-Frith has raised £2861.28 for Blythe House Hospice. Santino Lammond, plant manager, presented a cheque for the money raised to hospice director Sheila Tyler on 14th December. Fundraising activities have taken place throughout the year at the Federal-Mogul site, including a popular coffee club, a raffle and a special day of fundraising in the canteen.


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Could a Harrier be saved for Britain?   Print  
XH558, the last flying Vulcan. Thursday, 16th December 2010

Vulcan to the Sky answers questions about keeping one flying as British Harriers leave operational service

December 16th:  This week’s final operational flight marks the retirement of the Harrier, the famous Vertical and Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) jet that has defended our country and amazed millions at air shows since entering service with the RAF in 1969.  As the Harrier prepares to retire, questions are being raised as to whether one could be kept flying to commemorate this remarkable British success story.


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New Citro?n DS3 Racing uses Electric Power Steering (EPS) from Nexteer   Print  
The directness of the steering feel in the Citroen DS3 Racing is due in part to its Nexteer EPS system Thursday, 16th December 2010

202 PS hot hatch delivers driver thrills with state-of-the-art electric steering system

Paris, December 16, 2010  Nexteer Automotive is supplying its new single-pinion Electric Power Steering (EPS) to Citroën for the DS3 Racing, a 202PS (149kW) limited edition of its premium compact car, the DS3. The system is a version of the technology fitted in the standard DS3, tuned to meet the demands of performance enthusiasts. It will be manufactured at Nexteer’s plant in Tychy, Poland, which has recently received a €40 million upgrade to provide eight several vehicle launches with EPS systems.


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