Project Engineer – Hydraulics

This company is New Zealand’s largest privately-owned hydraulic engineering company, with branches in Auckland, Christchurch, Taupo, Melbourne, Brisbane and locally-based representatives in Dunedin and Nelson. It specialises in hydraulic system design, specification and component selection, servicing and maintenance of existing plant and equipment. It imports products from manufacturers in Europe, USA and Asia to supportContinue reading “Project Engineer – Hydraulics”

Service Manager – Hydraulics

This company is New Zealand’s largest privately-owned hydraulic engineering company, with branches in Auckland, Christchurch, Taupo, Melbourne, Brisbane and locally-based representatives in Dunedin and Nelson. It specialises in hydraulic system design, specification and component selection, servicing and maintenance of existing plant and equipment. It imports products from manufacturers in Europe, USA and Asia to supportContinue reading “Service Manager – Hydraulics”

Keeping it real: The real cost of spurious parts

With some businesses still limiting their capital expenditure, maintaining the integrity of an existing compressed air system has never been so important. Here, Kaeser Compressors discusses why opting for genuine spare parts and consumables when maintenance is required will play a pivotal role in achieving this outcome.

Connected machines: Facing the future through data management

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is accelerating the pace of change around connecting machines. Yet, fewer than 30% of manufacturers have extensively adopted Industry 4.0 technologies according to a new report. Here, Bijal Patel, senior digital machining specialist at “global leader in metal cutting” Sandvik Coromant, recommends that manufacturers start listening to what machines are saying by connecting up their machine shops.