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AIREDALE SPRINGS NEWSLETTER

With a new design well under way it won’t be long before the new look of Airedale Springs website launches onto the net. Airedale Springs Business Development Manager Sue Brook says, “It’ll be modern, fresh and easy to use. With video clips and images of our factory, machines and team, you’ll be able to see exactly what Airedale Springs is all about.” To read more on this article and the rest of Airedale Springs Newsletter click here.

BRIAN BIDS FAREWELL TO AIREDALE SPRINGS

Brian Russell has retired after a 44-year career with Airedale Springs in Haworth, West Yorkshire. Brian, of Oxenhope, joined the company as a charge hand instructor in 1969, becoming chief instructor a year later with overall responsibility for the training of the company’s apprentices. In 1978, he was promoted to training superintendent and in 1980 his role was extended to cover to the supervision of the heavy spring-making department. To read more on this article click here.

CONNECTICUT SPRING & STAMPING ANNOUNCES IN-HOUSE APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

Farmington, CT - Connecticut Spring & Stamping (CSS), a manufacturer of precision parts for the medical, aerospace, firearms and defense industries worldwide, announces that it has developed its own in-house apprenticeship program to train enough skilled workers to meet its capacity and continue to grow the company. To read more on this article click here.

CONNECTICUT SPRING & STAMPING PURSUES ISO 13485 MEDICAL CERTIFICATION FOR QUALITY MANAGEMENT

Farmington, CT - Connecticut Spring & Stamping (CSS), has also announced that it is on schedule to be certified in 2013 to the ISO 13485 standard for quality management for design and manufacturing of medical devices. To read more on this article click here.

INTERNATIONAL WIRE AND MACHINERY ASSOCIATION (IWMA) NEW WEBSITE

The new website of the International Wire and Machinery Association has been launched. Along with the website comes a new logo and corporate identity, all of which have been developed to mark the association’s new phase of growth and development in its 43rd year. To read more on this article click here.

IWMA NEW MEMBER - IST MEMBER STRIDE SUPPLIES LTD

Stride Supplies is the largest distributor of high carbon spring wire in the UK. The company supplies to all the leading manufacturers of mechanical springs for use in the automotive, medical, construction, domestic appliance and general engineering sectors. Materials are sourced from world leading suppliers which include KOS, Arcelor Mittal, DSR, Suzuki, Bridon, WDI, Fox and Caparo. Full traceability is guaranteed on every consignment and the company is fully accredited to ISO 2001: 2008 requirements.

JAMES WALKER UK BOOSTS POWER SECTOR SALES TEAM

A new addition to its external sales team has been announced by James Walker UK. Jack Buxton starts his new position in September and will be responsible for developing new business opportunities for advanced sealing solutions within the power industry. To read more on this article click here

TFC OFFERS MORE IN SCOTLAND

TFC is delighted to announce the acquisition of Scottish Premier Fasteners Ltd which was acquired on 9th August 2013 and will be integrated into the TFC Group becoming the TFC centre for quality industrial threaded fasteners in Scotland trading as TFC Scottish Premier Fasteners. TFC Scottish Premier Fasteners (SPF) is based in Airdrie, to the East of Glasgow and close to the M8 which connects with Edinburgh just 35 miles away, and specialises in the supply of quality industrial threaded fasteners. To read more on this article click here.

SPIROLOX RINGS SUPPORT AN ECO RACING CHALLENGE

Cambridge University Eco Racing (CUER) embarked on a tough assignment when they decided to enter the World Solar Challenge®, a biannual 3,000 km race from Darwin to Adelaide taking place in October this year. With over 6 years of experience in the design and development of solar-powered vehicles, CUER's aim is to win the race against stiff competition from universities and companies from around the globe using cutting edge technology to harness the power of the sun. To read more on this article click here.

 


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