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40 years of Godiva Bearings

40 years of Godiva Bearings

Godiva Bearings celebrate their 40th birthday in 2017. BearingNet went along to see them and find out about the Godiva journey and what they have planned to mark the occasion… The company started way back in 1977 as Godiva Bearings in Coventry, which is where the name comes from (the famous Lady Godiva who rode naked on horseback through the […]

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Ashley Power raise money for school

Ashley Power raise money for school

It’s always said that Christmas is the time of giving. But it turns out that Ashley Power’s customers are charitable all year round. This year they were able to raise over £450.00 for Montacute School through donations on their trade counter. Montacute is a specialist school for children and young people aged between 2 – 19 years old who have […]

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Mattias Jaginder new Managing Director of Nomo Group

Mattias Jaginder new Managing Director of Nomo Group

Mattias Jaginder has been appointed Managing Director of Nomo Kullager AB with operations in Sweden, Finland and Denmark. He has since 2015 been holding the same position at Schneidler Grafiska. Mattias Jaginder has vast experience in industrial sales in from companies such as ViFlow Group, Atlas Copco and Xylem. Mattias Jaginder, aged 47, holds a MSc in Industrial Engineering and […]

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CRAFT Bearings start Dakar Rally

CRAFT Bearings start Dakar Rally

On the 2nd of January the CRAFT team, Antanas Juknevičius and co-driver, Darius Vaičiulis, began their epic race across South America! The first leg was 39km! Follow their progress here. Good luck!

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PTI protect and extend bearing life

PTI protect and extend bearing life

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Latest Sign of Industrial Recovery

Latest Sign of Industrial Recovery

  Latest Sign of Industrial Recovery The Institute For Supply Management on Thursday said its Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) more than a point from October to November to a reading of 53.2, another sign that the U.S. manufacturing economy is finding steady footing. The PMI registered at 49.4 in September, indicating contraction, but bounced back to expansion with an October […]

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