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Roman Zenger, a polymechanic in the 4th year of his apprenticeship, achieved an excellent fourth place in the discipline polymechanic/CNC milling at the Swiss Vocational Skills Championships (SwissSkills) from 18 to 21 September 2014.…
AFL provided a Cat6 structured cabling network infrastructure for a new five story, 120,200 square-foot general classroom and office building facility for the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) School of Education. READ…
AFL installed voice and data fiber optic cable, security cameras and wireless capabilities for the Martin Court dorms at Davidson College near Charlotte, NC. READ MORE >
CIS has successfully completed two conductor driving operations in Cameroon. Both operations utilised the CIS S-90 hammer (mobilised from our extensive fleet)  to drive 30 inch x 1 inch pipe with Drillquip H60N and…
AFL created the pathways and installed the fiber backbone systems for a major university’s football stadium in the Southeast. The university wanted to expand the wireless coverage to allow fans and students to communicate…
Around 4.5 million passengers use the metro every day to travel around the city of São Paulo. State-of-the-art train control and safety systems, such as the communication-based train control (CBTC) system, are used to…
Wave Hub is a subsea electrical grid connection point located approximately 10 nautical miles (16km) off the north coast of Cornwall.  Wave Hub has been designed for testing wave energy devices, providing a well-defined…
Lead and silver smelting company Britannia have named the CygScope their best equipment purchase of 2010, claiming that it has made their jobs easier and safer... READ MORE >
The survey area is located approximately 35 km offshore to the west of Fleetwood, Lancashire. The combined fields cover an area of just over 700 km2, with three routes feeding back to shore at…
Students at ETH Zurich convert an excavator. HUBER+SUHNER contributes RADOX cables. HUBER+SUHNER's Automotive unit has once again sponsored ETH Zurich. During the "Electric Excavator" project, students at the university converted a 15-tonne excavator. The…
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