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Chute Technology named a Bulk Handling Awards finalist for its revolutionary new diffused buffer bin loader
Chute Technology has been named as finalist in the 2016 Australian Bulk Handling Awards in...
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Mainmark shortlisted for international award
The engineering firm responsible for saving New Zealand’s Christchurch Art Gallery following the earthquakes in 2010 and 2011 has been shortlisted for the International Project of the Year Award at the 2016 Ground Engineering Awards.
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First phase of new Health & Safety Act released
Cabinet has made initial decisions about the first phase of regulations to support the new Health and Safety at Work Act, following public consultation on proposals last year.
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High flyer’s career takes off
Jono Daly who majored in electrical engineering for his Bachelor of Engineering Technology degree at the Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec) in 2014 couldn’t be happier...
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Manufacturing bounced back strongly last month after an "oddly low" January result
The latest BNZ-BusinessNZ Performance of Manufacturing Index was up more than five points to 55.9 in February, after the sector appeared to tread water in January.
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Engineering grad brews dream career
A job sampling beer and designing craft brewery systems may sound too good to true, but for University of Waikato engineering graduate Matt Dromgool, this is his reality.
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Rockwell Automation on the Move seminars
The ongoing economic recovery is challenged by rising commodity costs, supply chain disruptions, and persistent unemployment.
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New CEO for Milmeq
Privately owned New Zealand company, Milmeq, has appointed a new chief executive following a decision by current CEO, Matthew Wall, to retire at the end of last year.
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Rotork acquires Fairchild Industrial Products
Rotork is pleased to announce the acquisition of Fairchild Industrial Products Company, a manufacturer of high-precision pneumatic controls and power transmission products based in North Carolina, USA and with representation in Australia.
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Power savers
One of New Zealand’s largest exporters is set to save more than $2 million a year and enhance its global reputation as a sustainable producer through a company-wide energy management programme.
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Company fined after employee loses arm
A Manurewa recycling firm has been fined $40,000 and ordered to pay reparation of $50,000 following an incident where an employee lost his arm in a baling machine.
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ANZCO embarks on group-wide energy management programme
One of New Zealand¹s largest exporters is set to save more than $2 million a year and enhance its global reputation as a sustainable producer through a company-wide energy management programme.
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New Zealand Energy awarded 16,455 Onshore Acres
New Zealand Energy (NZEC) has been awarded a new exploration permit in the annual New Zealand block offer, expanding the company's net onshore exploration land package in the Taranaki Basin by 16,455 acres (66.5 km2).
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Supply-side ‘risks’ putting NZ jobs and profits in jeopardy
New Zealand businesses are not properly managing their supply-side risks, jeopardising billions of dollars in revenue and tens of thousands of jobs, according to a report from the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply, Australasia and accou
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Scale up or perish
A report by the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) on behalf of ExportNZ, is shining a light on what is holding New Zealand back, the effectiveness of export policies, and how best to move forward.
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Visitors blown away at vacuum firm
Te Awamutu vacuum and blower service supplier Mbar hosted members of the Maintenance Engineering Society of New Zealand in an after-hours show-and-tell as part of the society’s Regional Network Evening series. 
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BCITO connects people with jobs
As the demand for up to 30,000 construction workers in Christchurch picks up, the Building and Construction Industry Training Organisation (BCITO) is connecting employers with eager career seekers.
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Power to the people
South Auckland Forging Engineering in Drury has risen to the challenge of sustainability by installing the largest photovoltaic solar electricity generating array in New Zealand.
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Gallagher introduces tool and die to contract manufacturing business unit
Tooling company Sunplas will now be known as Gallagher following an amalgamation of the Waikato based businesses. 
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Pipe plant to open in Christchurch
The demand for state-of-the-art, super-resilient infrastructure to underpin the rebuild of Christchurch will receive a major boost with the commissioning of a multi-million dollar plastic pipe manufacturing plant in Bromley on October 24.
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