Tag Archives: electromechanical

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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Worth the Price

Ametek adds Mocon for $182 million Ametek, Inc. has added a diverse, but potentially pivotal, business to its portfolio in Mocon…and the $4 billion electromechanical devices conglomerate felt a heightened bid was worth the price for it. Founded in 1963, Minneapolis-based Mocon makes laboratory and field gas analysis instruments for research laboratories, production facilities and quality […]

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Real Rehabilitation

Indian inmates repair motors, fans, coolers at rapid rate An Indian training center run by inmates of the country’s largest prison puts faith in the word “rehabilitation” as it relates to correctional systems. There, at Tihar Jail, part of the Tihar Prisons complex in Delhi, fans and coolers are fixed in a matter of hours, motors […]

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Big Name Round-up

News from Toshiba, Siemens, ABB, Schneider, and more… Names familiar to EA readers have caught headlines recently, for a multitude of reasons. Here’s a summation of recent activity that includes some of the more recognizable names in the industry. ABB inks offshore project with Statoil off Norway. The company has signed a “project specific agreement” for the […]

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The Good River

Electromechanical solutions company to move from Memphis to Cincinnati area A large commercial electromechanical services company is doing some up-river relocating. Darana Hybrid, Inc., plans to move its offices from Memphis to the Greater Cincinnati area, it said in a press release January 30. As with any real estate move, location had a bundle to […]

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Jersey, Sure

The Garden State: Junctions, hard work, and…ospreys?  PATCO trouble. Recent transit delays at a critical junction on the East Coast involved the damage and subsequent replacement of over 20 motors—along with a unique, unforeseen issue for maintenance professionals to troubleshoot. The PATCO (Port Authority Transit Corporation) Speedline, which links Philadelphia’s SEPTA system to South Jersey via […]

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GE: Garden Enshrinement

Logos will appear on Boston Celtics jerseys next season General Electric is seeing green in 2017. Celtic green, that is. The company announced a multiyear partnership with the Boston Celtics on Wednesday that includes data and analytics service provisions, $7 million to the team, and one McHale of an advertising spot. GE logo patches, seen below, […]

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Levee Rage

Eugene dam problems: a sample of infrastructure repairs The Leaburg Dam in Eugene, Oregon offers a representation of some of the United States’ decaying infrastructure, and the difficulties that come with combating it. The Eugene Water and Electric Board recently finished a saga of major repairs intended for restoring the Leaburg Dam to operational status. This was […]

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Ifs, Ands, and Buts

July job growth applauded; but how real is it? 255,000 jobs were added in July in the United States. That’s the short of it, and that alone is enough to merit national headlines and conversational optimism. The surrounding chatter has been thicker than usual for a job report, mainly because this figure exceeded projections. It […]

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In Honor of Helmut

AMETEK scholarship fund of $25,000 goes to OSU AMETEK, Inc., the Berwyn, Pa.-based manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices, responded to recognition with further generosity this past week. The company donated $25,000 to a scholarship fund at Ohio State University’s College of Engineering after recently receiving a leadership award from within its own ranks: the […]

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