We manufacture and install conveyors and related equipment, mainly for the beverage industry and carry out conveyor maintenance and general engineering work.
GEA is one of the largest suppliers of process technology for the food industry and for a wide range of other industries.
Filtercorp is the pre-eminent provider of filtration product and services enabling a cleaner tomorrow.
Eurotec is a leading New Zealand supplier of technology solutions for the HVAC, electrical, industrial, refrigeration and food manufacturing, processing, distribution and retailing sectors.
Techspan New Zealand has represented Engel since its inception in 1979.
Elliott Scott Ltd are suppliers of turbo-machinery products, steam turbine gensets, air/gas compressors, geothermal steam turbine packages.
The decision to prevent KiwiSaver default funds from investing in fossil fuels is being described as “virtue-signaling hypocrisy” by New Zealand’s minerals sector industry organisation Straterra. Straterra CEO, Chris Baker says the move won’t have any impact on emissions. “We support moves towards a low carbon economy and the transition out of fossil fuels butContinue reading “KiwiSaver ban on fossil fuels a ‘dishonest distraction’ – Straterra”
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) and Georgia Tech have developed a new system that absorbs CO2 and produces electricity and useable hydrogen fuel. The new device, which the team calls a Hybrid Na-CO2 System, is basically a big liquid battery. A sodium metal anode is placed in an organic electrolyte, while theContinue reading “Fuel for the future”
Few organisations are equipped to respond to the challenge of reducing their emissions when the new Zero Carbon Bill becomes law, says a carbon and energy management specialist who is helping the country’s largest organisations build capacity by training a new breed of managers for the changes ahead. Norman Smith, an academic/consultant hybrid, has forContinue reading “Academic warns: Soon it will be ‘just in time to be too late’”
The New Zealand Red Cross has a variety of courses available to help with company and staff first aid training and with its first aid and emergency app users can complete their first aid course through an m-learning (mobile-learning) approach.