ABB

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ABB is a pioneering technology leader in electrification products, robotics and motion, industrial automation and power grids serving customers in utilities, industry and transport & infrastructure globally. For more than four decades, ABB is writing the future of industrial digitalization. With more than 70 million devices connected through its installed base of more than 70,000 control systems across all customer segments, ABB is ideally positioned to benefit from the Energy and Fourth Industrial Revolution. With a heritage of more than 130 years, ABB operates in more than 100 countries with about 135,000 employees

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CABBIES COMPLAIN OF HOLDEN CAPRICE POWER STEERING PROBLEMS

| April 25, 2016

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A group of taxi drivers claims there are potential problems with the power steering assistance in Holden Caprices. The ABC reports that some drivers have complained as many as 500 cars are affected, with one – who claims that problem affected 50 of his friends in a 100-car group – telling AM that he’s had 25 such failures while driving....

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ABB | January 15, 2017

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After years of on-again, off-again searching, Zurich-based ABB Inc. is moving closer to moving its instrumentation and analytics unit to Highland Hills from its legacy 50-year-old home in Wickliffe. The proposed ABB building is much smaller than the 500,000-square-foot complex ABB currently occupies at 29801 Euclid Ave. When the former Bailey Controls moved its meter and related mechanical controls unit to the site from Cleveland in 1955, the Wickliffe property also was used for manufacturing. O...

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ABB | January 05, 2017

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Most manufacturers are keen on automating production, so long as it can be done cost-effectively. This goal applies as well to KEEN Inc., a Portland, OR-based company that makes outdoor and lifestyle footwear. Founded by Martin Keen and Rory Fuerst in 2003, KEEN’s shoes are sold in more than 1,000 retail locations in the United States, and distributed worldwide....

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ABB | January 23, 2017

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A Transnet contract worth almost R8bn for new Chinese-manufactured locomotives has hit a stumbling block as technical problems have plagued the first of the trains to arrive in South Africa....

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CABBIES COMPLAIN OF HOLDEN CAPRICE POWER STEERING PROBLEMS

| April 25, 2016

A group of taxi drivers claims there are potential problems with the power steering assistance in Holden Caprices. The ABC reports that some drivers have complained as many as 500 cars are affected, with one – who claims that problem affected 50 of his friends in a 100-car group – telling AM that he’s had 25 such failures while driving....

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ABB INC. PLANS TO MOVE TO 16-ACRE HIGHLAND HILLS SITE

ABB | January 15, 2017

After years of on-again, off-again searching, Zurich-based ABB Inc. is moving closer to moving its instrumentation and analytics unit to Highland Hills from its legacy 50-year-old home in Wickliffe. The proposed ABB building is much smaller than the 500,000-square-foot complex ABB currently occupies at 29801 Euclid Ave. When the former Bailey Controls moved its meter and related mechanical controls unit to the site from Cleveland in 1955, the Wickliffe property also was used for manufacturing. O...

Read More
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SHOE MANUFACTURER AUTOMATES PRODUCTION IN UNIQUE WAY

ABB | January 05, 2017

Most manufacturers are keen on automating production, so long as it can be done cost-effectively. This goal applies as well to KEEN Inc., a Portland, OR-based company that makes outdoor and lifestyle footwear. Founded by Martin Keen and Rory Fuerst in 2003, KEEN’s shoes are sold in more than 1,000 retail locations in the United States, and distributed worldwide....

Read More
news image

TRANSNET'S NEW CHINESE LOCOMOTIVES 'FAIL FIRST TEST'

ABB | January 23, 2017

A Transnet contract worth almost R8bn for new Chinese-manufactured locomotives has hit a stumbling block as technical problems have plagued the first of the trains to arrive in South Africa....

Read More