Pilz Automation Safety Canada officially opened its new Canadian headquarters earlier this month and welcomed industry partners, colleagues and channel partners.
Martin Craighead, former chairman, president, and CEO of Baker Hughes, has been elected to Emerson’s board of directors, chairman and CEO David Farr announced.
Researchers designing and synthesizing new metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) at Concordia University in Montreal are benefiting from high throughput surface area and porosity characterization with a TriStar II Plus automated, three-station gas adsorption system from Micromeritics of Norcross, GA.
Dramatic changes are coming to workforces everywhere, the 2019 PEMA Annual Meeting was recently told. Making the claim in his keynote address to the Process Equipment Manufacturers Association was Jim Carroll, author, columnist, media commentator and consultant, with a focus on linking future trends to opportunities for innovation and creativity.
Canadian crude-by-rail loadings in April rebounded 47,000 bpd from the March monthly average. According to Genscape, wider Canadian crude differentials and increased demand from Gulf Coast refiners, in the wake of sanctions on Venezuela’s oil sector, made rail transportation more attractive to some shippers.
Hammond Power Solutions (HPS) of Guelph, ON, has appointed Markus Rocca as director of business development, EMEA, effective June 3rd 2019. Rocca has worked for HPS in Europe, where he was director of sales since November 2017.
The Stamford, CT-based Poland Spring Brand 100% Natural Spring Water brand, announced that it has started transitioning its packaging to recycled plastic (rPET), and plans to be the first major bottled water brand to reach 100% recycled plastic across its still water portfolio by 2022.
Building on the Pfizer 17-year history in Missouri, a newly opened, US$236 million, 295,000 square feet facility in Chesterfield will expand the capacity of colleagues dedicated to the research and development of potential medicines and vaccines.
Yokogawa has become aware of a number of instances in which counterfeit field instruments, bearing the Yokogawa logo, have reached some of its customers. At first glance, they are nearly indistinguishable with a semblance of functionality and interface that mimics its products.