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EFI Launches Next Generation Digital Textile Printer

November 15, 2018 / by Electronics For Imaging Inc (author)

The brand-new, next-generation, single-pass EFI™ Reggiani BOLT textile digital printer from Electronics For Imaging, Inc. (Nasdaq:EFII) made its debut this week during an open house event at the EFI Reggiani facility in Bergamo, Italy. The advanced, ultra-high-speed digital single-pass printer has the potential to revolutionise the textile printing market, providing users with high uptime and reliability, outstanding performance, superior printing uniformity and accuracy, long printhead life and minimal maintenance needs. The EFI Reggiani open house has created huge interest in global textile market opportunities, with nearly 300 customers and journalists attending to see the new BOLT in action.

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JEEP Graduation ceremony at Featherston in West Yorkshire. (photo: ABM UK) In Focus / Company News, Building Services Engineering, Maintenance Engineering, EMEA, Talent

ABM UK Junior Engineering Engagement Programme Welcomes First Graduates

November 15, 2018 / by ABM Industries Inc (author)

On Wednesday, thirty-six school children from West London graduated from the world’s first Junior Engineering Engagement Programme (J.E.E.P), which first started in January 2018. The programme seeks to change perceptions of apprenticeships and make a real impact in the engineering and facilities management sectors by making use of the expertise offered by ABM UK employees. The graduation follows research highlighting that sixty per cent of young people were unlikely to consider working in the engineering and facilities management industries, fuelling the creation of a skills gap.

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Kier Signs Up to UK Care Leaver Covenant

November 13, 2018 / by Kier Group Plc (author)

Kier is the first company in the United Kingdom's built environment sector to support 16 to 25-year olds who have spent time in care, through the Department for Education’s Care Leaver Covenant. Confirmed in Birmingham last week, the agreement seeks to support care leavers with opportunities internships. apprenticeships and other opportunities to enter the workplace. Kier will also provide additional one-to-one mentoring and pastoral support to complement further education and training.

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