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Industry Update: Heavy Equipment and Construction

Industry Update: Heavy Equipment and Construction

Continually finding ways to cut costs and time are top priorities for businesses. We visited with Carlos Recart, owner of Comercializadora Protorq Limitada and CLIMAX distributor in Chile. Carlos shares his perspective on the state of the heavy equipment and construction industry and how CLIMAX products and services help his customers be efficient and productive.
The People Behind Our Products: Q&A with Welding Expert Fitz Acheson

The People Behind Our Products: Q&A with Welding Expert Fitz Acheson

With 20 years of engineering and bore welding experience, Fitz Acheson serves as a Market Segment Engineer for CLIMAX. Fitz shares some information about his background and experience working with customers abroad and how CLIMAX helps its customers be efficient and productive through its training programs.
Helping Our Customers Win New Business

Helping Our Customers Win New Business

Vice President of Global Operations Tom Pesch and his team focus on cutting lead times, reducing costs and improving quality on a global base.
Converting Corroded Circulating Pumps to Mechanical Seals

Converting Corroded Circulating Pumps to Mechanical Seals

CHALLENGE: Faced with the difficult task of converting a circulating pump at a coal-fired plant to mechanical seals, J-S Machine & Valve’s most capable tool for the job only had a 6-foot bar, but the circulating pump was more than 11 feet deep.
Weekly News Roundup (Aug 15)

Weekly News Roundup (Aug 15)

Democrats Increasingly Backing Oil and Gas Industry (The Wall Street Journal)

Lawmakers in the Party Weigh Benefits of Fracking Boom Against Opposition from Environmentalists

 

UK Oil & Gas Industry’s Gender Diversity Challenge (Forbes)

When it comes to gender diversity …

Weekly News Roundup (Aug 8)

Weekly News Roundup (Aug 8)

What Can We Learn From Germany’s Solar Experience? (Greentech Media)
Germany may have flown dangerously close to the sun when providing overly generous feed-in tariffs (FITs) for solar PV. But those incentives can be credited with helping the country achieve …

Weekly News Roundup (August 1)

Weekly News Roundup (August 1)

As Renewable Energy Grows, Wind and Solar Pull Ahead of Hydropower (State Impact)

Wind and solar energy now routinely surpasses hydroelectric generation as an energy source in the United States, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

 

Western sanctions

Weekly News Roundup (July 25)

Productivity Gains Drive Steady Improvement in the Mining Industry (Forbes)

Evidence continues to mount that the worst of a three-year downturn is fading for the mining industry with the world’s second biggest miner, Rio Tinto, reporting better than expected mineral …

Weekly News Roundup (July 18)

Weekly News Roundup (July 18)

10 things you should know about investment in renewable energy (The Guardian)

In a recent panel, experts shared their thoughts on how to increase investment in renewables amid falling prices, policy uncertainty and emerging tech.

 

Funding announced for new

Weekly News Roundup (July 11)

Weekly News Roundup (July 11)

SDG&E’s Plan for Replacing Aging Nuclear Power Strikes a Sour Note (Greentech Media)

Last year’s shuttering of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) along the southern California coast set off a pitched debate about the region’s near- and long-term …