Triumph’s new Street Triple 765 range will make its UK public debut at the MCN London Motorcycle Show next month.
3D printed polymer structures containing TiO2 nanoparticles at 0%, 1% and 5% by dry weight (left to right). The chemical activity of the TiO2 nanoparticles suppresses the fluorescence of the host polymer.
Source: STAM Headquarter Office , National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
Science and Technology of Advanced Materials research: Chemically active 3D prints win the 2016 Altmetrics Award
(Tokyo, 19 January 2017) Intense interest in results demonstrating the chemical reactivity of nanocomposites in 3D printed structures on social media leads to STAM 2016 Altmetrics Award.
January 2017 – Engine development is making increasing demands of oil. What was once a universal lubricant has long become a highly specialized, liquid spare part that only fits certain specific engines. German oil expert LIQUI MOLY is now launching a new oil for Ford’s current TDCi diesel models: LIQUI MOLY Special Tec F 0W-30.
Fresh from their fifth Dubai 24hr class win in six years, Ginetta have today unveiled the new-for-2017 upgrades to the Ginetta G55 GT4. These will further enhance performance and reliability whilst reducing the difference in lap times between pro and am drivers.
Karlsruhe/Johannesburg, 18. January 2017. For 2017, the PTV Group announces the expansion of its software business on the African continent with its own office. The signs for this were set in 2016 with the successful takeover of Distribution Planning Software International Ltd. (DPS) with an office in Johannesburg, South Africa. In the future, the newly created PTV Africa branch office should boost the software business for planning and optimization of traffic and logistics with local expertise.
The CEO of the PTV Group, Vincent Kobesen, is pleased: “Africa is an extremely interesting sales market. We have long been active in this region and now, with our own branch office and locally experienced personnel, we can support our customers still more intensively than from our headquarters in Karlsruhe, Germany. At the same time, we will further extend the geographic market coverage for our entire product range”.
The German software producer has been successful on its international expansion course for many years. With its own office in Johannesburg, South Africa, the company can now lay the last cornerstone for a global presence on all continents. Customers will profit from greater availability and better customer service.
Experienced management on-site
In the new PTV Africa branch office, the experienced Managing Director of DPS, Charel Schickerling, will advance and be responsible for PTV Africa’s business development in the future. This affects not just the transport logistics sector, but also the traffic planning sector.
Schickerling has roots in South Africa and has great expertise in the transport and logistics industries. Regardless of whether he was working as a consultant or a Managing Director, for him process optimisation has always been a main objective. His future scenario: “Over the last two years we were able to establish a stable business environment with the help of numerous renowned customers. Our customers’ needs are always at the centre of our actions. This is also reflected in our excellent reputation we have gained since then. These are precisely the goals and values that we will continue to pursue within the new corporate structures. Dealing with logistics and traffic products opens up a variety of options and opportunities. Thus we are convinced that we will be able to establish strong and successful business relationships which will result in measurable added value for market participants”.
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Triumph Motorcycles, the UK’s leading large-capacity motorcycle manufacturer, has announced a raft of new attractive finance offers across its entire motorcycle range.
Engineers think that they could help the NHS meet the Government’s efficiency savings and give NHS patients a better hospital experience if they were given more responsibility for the procurement, maintenance and calibration of medical equipment, according to a new survey of members of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.