A survey has revealed that up to eight out of ten engineering services companies typically receive payment more than 30 days after they are due.
City & Guilds have welcomed the announcement that small businesses’ payments towards apprenticeships will be halved.
Fifty million tonnes of e-waste is expected to be generated globally by the end of this year – but only 20% of that will have been recycled.
A campaign aimed at introducing measures to deter van thieves has reached almost 20,000 signatures – and is aiming to hit 100,000 to be discussed in Parliament.
The ECA Industry Awards 2019, which recognise top-performing organisations and individuals throughout the electrotechnical and engineering services industry, are now open to entries.
Three electrical explorers have returned from a mammoth charity challenge trekking the Great Wall of China.
Swansea City Football Club’s media centre requires a vast amount of data cabling to keep it running smoothly – and Marshall-Tufflex’s Sterling Curve and Sterling XL PVC-U trunking have provided the perfect cable management solutions.
Wiha is extending its product range for electricians with a new electric hacksaw, torque screwdriver and fully insulated tool sets.
Geoff Nesbitt, CEO of Verditek, explores the rise in renewable energy resources.
When it comes to floodlights, according to Luceco, less is more. As nights draw in, Luceco has provided a guide on installing and assembling floodlights and security lighting.
Jocelyn Golding, Electrician Channel Programme Manager at Schneider Electric, tells us why hiring an apprentice is “essential” to ensure the industry adapts and evolves.
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