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Liebherr opens up a market segment in tunnelling

Liebherr opens up a market segment in tunnelling

Liebherr opens up a market segment in tunnelling with customer-specific thrust bearings With the delivery of the first thrust bearing for the Robbins Company’s tunnelling machine, the Components Division of the Liebherr Group has now made its appearance on the American tunnelling market. The two-row roller bearing with a diameter of 2,500 mm ensures reliable shield rotation of the propulsion […]

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Quality Bearings Online – Export Awards

Quality Bearings Online – Export Awards

Quality Bearings Online celebrates being shortlisted for PD Ports Northern Powerhouse Export Awards A table for the Awards Dinner has been booked and fingers are crossed at Quality Bearings Online Limited (QBOL) as they are extremely pleased to announce that they have been shortlisted, for not one but, three BQ Awards covering: Micro Exporter of the year, Export Team of […]

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$56.0 Bln by 2022 Global Steel Market

$56.0 Bln by 2022 Global Steel Market

Global Steel Forging Market will reach USD 56.0 Billion by 2022: Zion Market Research According to the report, global steel forging the market for automotive application was valued at USD 41.77 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach USD 56.0 billion in 2022, growing at a CAGR of 5.1% between 2017 and 2022. Sarasota, FL, Feb. 08, 2017 (GLOBE […]

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US Freight Railroads to Spend $22 Bln

US Freight Railroads to Spend $22 Bln

US Freight Railroads to Spend $22 Billion on Infrastructure in 2017 U.S. freight railroads are projected to spend an estimated $22 billion to maintain and upgrade the nation’s private rail network in 2017, according to the rail industry’s trade group, the Association of American Railroads (AAR). “This year’s private network spending—a combination of capital expenditures and maintenance—is part of a […]

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Self-driving boats

Self-driving boats

Self-driving boats will soon be setting sail Move over, self-driving cars – self-sailing boats are here. “Autonomous systems can take on dangerous or dull tasks,” says Commander Peter Pipkin, fleet robotics officer for the Royal Navy. “They allow us to employ personnel to deliver most benefit.” Say ahoy! to three of our favourite craft. Saildrone These self-sailing trimarans use 13 […]

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Neutrality fear over Trump appointee

Neutrality fear over Trump appointee

Neutrality fear over Trump appointee President Donald Trump has chosen Ajit Pai as the new head of the US Federal Communications Commission, the government agency which regulates telecoms issues. The appointment has raised concerns among internet rights activists that laws ensuring net neutrality are now under threat. Net neutrality is the term given to the view that all traffic on […]

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