Tag Archives: electromechanical

Going With the Grain

Bartlett Bearing opens branch in Grain Valley, Missouri Bartlett Bearing, the household industry name founded in 1951 in Philadelphia, has added another branch to its list of locations: Grain Valley, Missouri, outside Kansas City. Bartlett is a family-owned independent distributor of bearings and related components servicing the electromechanical repair market nationwide. The company’s corporate headquarters […]

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Irons or Woods?

Virginia Beach golf course set for manufacturing facility The subject of much community debate, a Virginia Beach area manufacturer of electromechanical batteries and military components is slated to build a new facility on a former golf course. Global Technical Systems, a Virginia Beach-based provider of advanced engineering solutions for the defense and homeland security industries, […]

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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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Aftermarket Alliance

Electric Machinery Co. (WEG) teams up with Cotter and Axis Electric Machinery Co., Inc., of Minneapolis, a member of the global industrial group WEG, has entered an alliance with two U.S. providers of electromechanical services. The first, S.T. Cotter Turbine Services, Inc., of Clearwater, Minn., is a provider of services, maintenance, and repair of industrial […]

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Hard Hat, Lunch Bucket

Alaskan veteran awarded for electromechanical experience Joel Spano, of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and an Eagle River (AK) resident, was given the Hard Hat of the Year Award for 2017. Spano was awarded the prestigious accolade in the construction field for “his dedication to public service and eagerness to accomplish more to support […]

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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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UT-Austin Grid Project

$1.6 million challenge likened to “rebuilding a ship while at sea”¬† In a project intended to diversify the electrical grid and bolster training in Texas and beyond, the Department of Energy, UT-Austin, and a number of Texas businesses will team up in a $1.6 million industry-university-government triumvirate. The money will go to the Center for […]

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Repaired Goods

Repair cafes salvage items and a culture¬† A round of applause for the people who simply don’t like seeing things thrown away. Long before ‘going green’ took on its modern meaning, the way to recycle something was to fix it. Sifting through hordes of throwaway culture reveals there are still people out there who exemplify […]

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Mizzou MEMs

Missouri engineering students to collaborate with Honeywell Administrators at the University of Missouri have signed an industry agreement with Honeywell Federal Manufacturing and Technologies centered around R&D for big data analytics and Micro-Electrical-Mechanical systems (MEMs) that can assist with national security. Missouri’s College of Engineering faculty, staff and students will partner on the project to […]

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Sulzer Activity

Swiss company moves headquarters to UK, makes acquisition Electromechanical service company Sulzer has set up new headquarters in Hungerford (UK) as of this week. The company also announced in a press release Wednesday that it acquired a pharmaceutical delivery company. Sulzer signed a binding agreement to acquire Simcro. Simcro is the market leader for pharmaceutical […]

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