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Engineering

News
February 3, 2017  

One-stop bearing information resource helps with industry applications

Boston, Mass. – Emerson Bearing Boston, now serves as

News
February 3, 2017  

Material handling segment is expected to lead the global market, report

Albany, New York – Companies in the global collaborative

News
February 3, 2017  

Dana completes purchase of Brevini power-transmission, fluid power businesses

Maumee, Ohio – Dana Incorporated announced that it has

News
February 3, 2017  

SKF destroys 15 tons of fake bearings

Counterfeit bearings with a market value of approximately EUR 1 000 000 were destroyed in Greece, following the successful completion of legal proceedings commenced in 2009.

News
January 6, 2017  

New program intended to enhance regulation of the engineering profession

Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) will launch a new program

Feature
December 22, 2016  

What is more important: a focus on reliability or focus on maintenance practices?

MRO’s Counterpoint columnists took to the stage at this

News
December 9, 2016  

Industry 4.0 – “eMotion Butterflies” make their Canadian debut

Mississauga, Ont. – Festo’s “eMotion Butterflies” have become the

News
December 9, 2016  

Mitsubishi Electric Automation announces emergency after hours parts shipping

Vernon Hills, Ill. – Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. announces

News
December 9, 2016  

Global Motion Control shipments increase five per cent in the first nine months of 2016

Ann Arbor, Michigan – Global shipments for motion control

News
December 8, 2016  

Laboratory features three sets of psychrometric rooms for testing air-conditioning systems

Danfoss, a leading manufacturer of high-efficiency electronic and mechanical

News
December 6, 2016  

Federal, Ontario governments talking investments with Canada’s big automakers

Ottawa – The federal and Ontario governments are actively

Feature
November 30, 2016  

Three technology driven developments poised to disrupt field service

The field service industry has always been one of the earliest adopters of new technologies, from the original PDAs to IoT-enabled devices. Now, a new generation of technology is uniquely positioned to transform the field service industry, promising to reduce costs and dramatically improve the quality of service organizations can offer. Tom DeVroy, Senior Product Evangelist for Enterprise Service Management at IFS, identifies three technology-led developments set to disrupt field service and discusses how flexible and modular resource planning infrastructure will help organizations reap substantial rewards.

News
November 30, 2016  

FLIR Systems acquires Prox Dynamics for $134 Million

Wilsonville, OR – FLIR Systems, Inc. announced has acquired

News
November 28, 2016  

Canadian Network of Asset Managers appoints new executive director

Calgary – The Canadian Network of Asset Managers (CNAM)

News
November 25, 2016  

Pipeline gridlock harms Canada’s chances for global oil and gas investments, says industry group

Vancouver – Canada’s pipeline gridlock is harming its global

News
November 18, 2016  

Helicopter maintenance trainer advances engineering program in Saskatchewan

Saskatoon, Sask. – Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company, and

News
November 14, 2016  

Industrial equipment maker boosts digital factory with $4.5 billion acquisition

Frankfurt – German industrial equipment maker Siemens AG says

News
November 9, 2016  

Schaeffler AG steps up measures to improve efficiency in industrial business

As a result of a continued weak economic market

News
November 7, 2016  

Former engineering firm and principal fined $10,000 for website and social media content

Toronto – Emmanuel de Guzman and Falcon Group International

Feature
November 6, 2016  

Asset management professionals gain inspiration at PEMAC conference

Sustainability is about meeting the needs of today without