Anglo African Agriculture Increases Spice Volume As Orders Outstrip Supply

Anglo African Agriculture PLC on Friday said the first quarter of 2017 found a 53% elevation in earnings to ZAR10.6 million from its food manufacturing business, which on a sterling basis more than doubled year-on-year. The organization said volumes of food flavourings of 2017 in the first three months were up 6% year-on- year. Anglo African Agriculture said production capacity in the spices manufacturing plant has more than trebled after new milling equipment was installed during the time, while “strong customer demand” continues to surpass factory output. Anglo African Agriculture…

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Drax biomass plan blow as EC launches aid investigation

The hopes of securing lucrative subsidies for the biomass conservion of Drax have suffered a setback following the European Commission started the full state assistance investigation over concerns the payments may be too generous. The Yorkshire-based power plant is in the process of changing from burning coal to biomass, and was given a £1.7bn Government subsidy contract in April 2014 for the third of its six units – matter to state aid approval. The contract would find Drax paid a fixed price of £105 for every megawatt-hour (MWh) of biomass-fired…

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The Next Step: Demag V type crane 50t

Following the worldwide launch of the V-type single-girder crane, the Demag range of cranes continues to be expanded: with its ZVKE, Terex Material Handling has presented a double-girder overhead travelling crane that will cover the load capacity range up to 50 tons in future. The V-type double-girder crane is offered using a span of up to 35 m as normal, longer girder lengths can be provided on request. “With our ZVKE, we are sending a powerful message and consistently pursue our strategy to offer this crane having an extensive load…

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Hack Attacks on Wireless Systems and IOT from 40 Miles away

The so-called Internet of Things, its proponents claim, offers many benefits: energy efficiency, technology suitable it might expect exactly what you want , even reduced congestion. Now here is the bad news: Placing a group of wirelessly connected devices in a single region could prove irresistible. Also it can permit them to spread malicious code through the atmosphere, such as, for instance, a flu virus on an airplane. Researchers report in a paper to be made public on Thursday that they’ve uncovered a flaw in a radio technology that’s usually…

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Trio Takes Tools Nationwide

The newest inventions in professional resources are being introduced direct to specifiers and consumers thanks to some major initiative by Brammer, Britain’s top provider of maintenance, repair and upgrade services products, and Money & Hickman, the Britain’s top provider of resources, care and well-being & safety products. The three committed professional resources display automobiles are going the length of the nation presenting a comprehensive variety of resources from top manufacturing companies, along with the Roebuck manufacturer unique to Brammer & Hickman. The automobiles emphasize substantial abilities in power tools, hand…

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British Sugar to cultivate cannabis plants in Norfolk

British Sugar will swap tomato plants to get cannabis seedlings after enrolling a contract to provide medication firm GW Pharmaceuticals with the harvest. The marijuana plants, that can be of a selection that is non-psychoactive, will be increased in the 18-hectare glasshouse at Wissington, Norfolk, in which the company is cultivating tomatoes of British Sugar. The distance is the equal of 23 football pitches. “Every year we attempt to figure out the most effective commercial resources for your glasshouse,” explained Paul Kenward, managing director of British Sugar. “We’d always been…

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Remove Rust Inexpensively, Effectively And Safely While Adding Corrosion Protection!

VpCI®-426 Descaler/Rust Remover enriched with Nano-VpCI® is a water-based, heavy duty rust remover available in liquid, powder and gel. This progressive and economical rust remover is designed to remove corrosion, scale and naturally occurring oxides from iron, carbon and stainless steel, copper, aluminum, magnesium and their alloys. A non-polluting product in comparison to other industry products it reduces nearly all waste disposal difficulties while still providing an exceptional level of steel repair and rehabilitation. VpCI®-426 Descaler / Rust Remover brightens magnesium and aluminum, leaving a shiny surface providing you with…

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CropEnergies bioethanol UK plant ready to operate

Producer CropEnergies has declared that it’s ready to run its plant in full capability, in Wilton, UK. The facility called Ensus, located in the north east of England, has been mothballed since February 2015. Work was halted after prices dropped amid sluggish markets and low oil rates. But after carrying out a number of effective trial runs over the summer to enhance the company, they stated that the plant could play a role in future operations. Ensus uses wheat to make bioethanol, which is added to gas, with the remaining…

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Carr’s Milling on the Rise

Carr’s Flour Mills is Carr’s Group’s food branch. “In a time of increasing competition and volatility from the flour market, consolidation is essential and inescapable. This acquisition by Whitworths presents a great opportunity for the food branch to keep on building on the strong foundations laid over many years. On behalf of the Carr’s board, I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to the division’s achievement.” After an approach to acquire Carr’s food division, the board undertook a review of the group’s three branches. So as accelerate the…

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New Event to Help Boost North-West England Subsea Sector

Subsea UK is planning an industry event that is marketing that is new to give subsea supply chain companies in northwest England a chance to recognize opportunities and debate the problems confronting the market. The regional assembly, at Preston’s Marriot Resort on September 7, is targeted at firms operating in what is a growing hub for the UK sub-sea sector, with a focus on submerged activity in relation to oil and gas, defence, oceanology and marine renewables. Neil Gordon, chief executive of Subsea UK, said: As an organisation covering the…

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