There may be UK tension with Russia over the annexing of Crimea but Cambridge technology is cutting through the political haze.
One of the world’s oldest and most powerful engineering companies has turned to Cambridge UK technology to boost design of projects across multiple sites.
A leading engineering firm in the Chilean mining industry has implemented technology from AVEVA in Cambridge UK to shrink project delivery times.
Malaysian oil & gas influencer NGLTech has taken design software from AVEVA, the plant engineering specialist in Cambridge UK, to adopt the principles of lean construction.
Cambridge UK company, Hutt Industrial Engineering Ltd has seen unprecedented growth and more than doubled its staff in the last year.
A consortium involving AMEC, the engineering consultancy heavily involved in the Cambridge UK technology cluster, has won a near-billion dollar deal for work on a gas field in the Caspian Sea.
Engineering technology business AVEVA reports major growth in Asia Pacific and both America and Canada as it continues to broaden its suite of software products.
Technology innovator Johnson Matthey is schooling primary school youngsters in a bid to build an ongoing talent pool for UK engineering.
International engineering company AMEC, which operates in the Cambridge UK technology cluster, has lined up a potential $3.2 billion offer for Foster Wheeler AG, whose major operations are steered from New Jersey and Switzerland.
KLM UK Engineering’s team of highly-skilled aircraft mechanics has expanded following the graduation of three young men from the company’s flagship apprenticeship scheme.
Engineering and project management business AMEC, which covers the Cambridge technology cluster and its hinterland, has secured a renewed contract with the Kuwait Oil Company worth around £255 million.
Global energy technology services company Proserv is looking to increase its workforce and presence in East Anglia as the manufacturing side of the business continues to expand.
Eighteen months after establishing a Great Yarmouth office, business is so brisk for Safehouse Habitats that it has invested significantly with a move to new larger premises in order to meet the growing demand for its services.
The cut-throat nature of work in the defence sector could claim around 239 jobs at Marshall Aerospace & Defence Group in Cambridge and Suffolk UK in the next 12 months.
East of England MPs, including Cambridge’s Julian Huppert, lit the fuse to a new era of rocket technology at a Westminster ‘launch’ yesterday.
AMEC, the Cambridge UK engineering and project management business operating globally, has agreed to acquire a leading US company in a move designed to open up more nuclear industry business in Europe and Canada.
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- Cambridge engineering tech thrills Germans
- Game on as AVEVA avatars make bow
- Students send Herts racing
- CLS Offshore’s vision to double business
- Boswell Yacht Design launched
- Cliffhanger gets happy ending
- Hayward Tyler enjoys transformational period
- Proserv makes wizard acquisition in Oz
- KLM set for aircraft service surge
- AMEC wins £68 million North Sea contract
- AMEC strikes oil with $528m Kuwait contract
- £3.5bn payback from new Cambridge engineering hothouse
- AVEVA revenue and profits surge
- AVEVA unlocks lean engineering advances
- AMEC pays $12.5m for Brazil oil & gas stake
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