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Osborne Engineering expansion due to Barclays funding

Osborne Engineering expansion due to Barclays funding

Osborne Engineering Ltd (OEL) was founded in 1984, specialising in the manufacture and repair of all types of white metal components. With facilities in UK, Poland, & UAE, OEL operates across five continents, working with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), Service Companies and End Users, in the Oil, Gas, Petrochemical and Power Generation industries.

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#THROWBACKTHURSDAY – Ringball Corporation

#THROWBACKTHURSDAY – Ringball Corporation

Take a look at our #ThrowBackThursday this week!! BearingNet member since 2000, Ringball Corporation, have sent us these lovely pictures of their offices. Look how much they’ve changed!!

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100 year commemoration to the First World War

100 year commemoration to the First World War

Today, August 4th, marks 100 years since Britain entered the First World War.

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#THROWBACKTHURSDAY – Bartlett Bearing

#THROWBACKTHURSDAY – Bartlett Bearing

Take a look at our #throwbackthursday this week! Here we have Bartlett Bearing and their team – Bartlett Bearing Company Inc. has been a BearingNet member since 2000. 1st. Vic McDevitt & Joe Jackson Sr (Vic Jr is now our mid-west USA sales manager and Joe Sr is our director of purchasing and inventory management)   2nd. Vic McDevitt, VP of sales   […]

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#THROWBACKTHURSDAY – Hayley Group Plc

#THROWBACKTHURSDAY – Hayley Group Plc

Take a look at our #ThrowBackThursday this week from Hayley Group Plc, one of BearingNet’s founding members! Here we have Mark Fantom, Lynn Moulsdale and Jarrod Barwood 16 years ago and the office picture from 22 years ago (check out the huge computers and calculators!!).    Hayley have come a long way in the last 20 years and are now suppliers to the Bearing […]

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Russian trade sanctions bad for business?

Russian trade sanctions bad for business?

The EU’s discussion about expanding sanctions into Russia is disturbing parts of  the EU as it could affect trade… Germany Germany gets a third of its oil and gas from Russia and accounts for almost a third for all the EU’s exports to Russia. Russia buys Volkswagens, BMWs, and Audis among other German goods resulting in German exports being worth 13 […]

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