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Boeing Green

Hybrid planes for commuter flights said to be cleaner, cheaper Hybrid vehicles appear to be sincerely on their way from novelty to norm. Electric motors on aircraft are not entirely new, but the concept has yet to make real headway into the commercial market until this latest projection. Boeing’s mega-plant in Everett, Washington (the largest […]

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Schooled in the Trade

New internship and apprenticeship programs continue to blossom Though they may fly under the radar, apprenticeship programs are invaluable to the American workforce, and they continue to flourish. A new training program in Iowa or Kentucky doesn’t always bring the saucy appeal of a big-time tech company headline, but that young engineer featured in it […]

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Welcome to Motors 101

Baldor’s introductory courses can get your staff started There are still openings left for two basic courses being offered by Baldor Electric Co. The Fort Smith, Ark. manufacturer is offering introductory courses on a range of technical subjects that can be essential for an incoming workforce. “Introduction to AC Motors” and “Introduction to Drives” still […]

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Going the Distance

Marv’s Motor Shop services a great wide area in Big Sky Country Every so often we hear of individuals who set up their own shop on top of initial electric motor repair experience. They just usually don’t manage to attain a 400-mile customer radius from a 5,000-square foot shop with five employees. That’s the case […]

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Expansion Teams, Pt. 2

Flanders again buys up new property for repair Flanders, the Evansville, Indiana-based manufacturer of heavy industry electric motors and generators, is breaking ground on a 6,750-square-foot administrative and warehouse building, adding to its footprint at 5785 S. Belvedere Ave., in Tucson. The company currently operates a 10,000 sq. foot repair facility off of Interstate 10. […]

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Feel the Byrne

EMR B-More taps new Ops Mgr Electric Motor Repair Company, a provider of service, repair, installation and sales to the commercial kitchen and industrial motor sectors, announced that Joseph Byrne has been named operations manager of its Baltimore branch. In his new role, Byrne will be responsible for operations out of EMR’s headquarters, including leading more than […]

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Toll on the Bells

Big Ben will undergo four-year repair process The most famous clock in the world will not make a sound for almost four years, starting next Monday. Big Ben, which sits above the Houses of Parliament in London, is set to undergo vital structural repairs next week as part of a major restoration to Queen Elizabeth […]

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Kanawha Electric Closes

West Virginia repair and machine shop closing after 80 years Kanawha Electric & Machine Co., of Charleston, W.V., announced last Thursday it will close its doors after 80 years of service. The business had been a maintenance stalwart, specializing in mining equipment but repairing motors of all kinds since 1937. It will now be forced to […]

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Motors Take Flight

CR Flight: a new company enters the drone zone UAV stands for unmanned aerial vehicle. There’s no need to familiarize yourself with the term, because these are widely identified by their shorter, easier name: drones. From the military to the backyard, drones have become an American constant over the past decade. A new company, CR […]

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Precision on Display

Grand opening of industrial showroom at New Jersey shop An established electric motor facility in north New Jersey has added a brand new showroom to its premises. Precision Electric Motor Repair (Clifton, N.J.) held a grand opening Wednesday of its 2,500-square foot industrial showroom, connected to a shop already spanning 35,000 square feet. The new […]

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