With the vision of making automation in industry a hands-on experience, Thomas Punzenberger founded Ing. Punzenberger COPA-DATA GmbH in 1987 in Salzburg.
What began as a small start-up is now a company which boasts international success, with subsidiaries, distributors, partners and customers based all around the globe. On 1 September 2017, COPA-DATA will celebrate its 30th anniversary.
Preston, Lancashire. Bsria North will service Bsria members and wider industry based in the north of England and the opportunities created by the ‘northern powerhouse’. Following a “volcano of activity” getting the new offices ready – members and clients alike are welcome to call in.
New survey findings show just one in six favour labour agency work over direct employment
Over three in four electrotechnical workers (76%) say they prefer working for a direct employer rather than a labour agency, according to new survey findings commissioned by the Joint Industry Board.
A builder, who falsely claimed to be NICEIC registered, faces a possible jail sentence after deceiving customers out of thousands of pounds.
After the success of NAPIT’s first webinar on the 18th Edition of The Wiring Regulations Draft for Public Comment (DPC) on 6 June, NAPIT is pleased to announce it will be running more webinars related to this topic in the coming weeks.
BSRIA is celebrating today’s National Women in Engineering Day (NWED) in an attempt to promote the subject to students in schools and universities and encourage more women into engineering. The day is dedicated to raising the profile and celebrating the achievements of female engineers.
Speakers include Susanne Seitinger, a specialist in smart cities from Philips Lighting who brings a wealth of knowledge and practical experience
Philips Lighting and SmartCitiesWorld's webinar aims to share best practice and experience
The Approved Cables Initiative (ACI) has developed an online video campaign to highlight Construction Products Regulation (CPR) requirements and how they affect the cable industry.
The campaign targets four audiences and complements a range of animated videos launched by the ACI earlier this year.