Category: New Machinery Parts

Mitsubishi Machinery Parts admits Data may have been Stolen during Cyber Attacks

Only one month after Mitsubishi Machinery Parts claimed there was “no possibility” that data was stolen following cyber-attacks, the company is now admitting it’s “possible.” This would mean that some sensitive information may have been stolen. The attack occurred when information had been moved from one server to another and it was possible the data…

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Sourcing Used Machinery Parts Ireland

When something is broken and needs fixing we want it done now and no later. Patience flies out the window. When you need a new part for your piece of machinery the same theory applies. We found sourcing case parts in Ireland was difficult and time consuming. Especially if are on a budget and looking…

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JCB Machinery Parts – Expansion in the Middle East

Good news for JCB and the Middle East! On October 3rd 2011 – JCB (world renowned Machinery Parts experts) announced that its international subsidiary, JCB parts International Co., Ltd., have opened its first branch office in the Middle East. JCB, who have slowly been building their presence in the Middle East since 1987, have situated…

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The Impact of the Japanese Earthquake & Tsunami on Machinery Parts Ireland

Everyone will remember the earthquake that hit Japan in March 2011 which was followed by a tsunami. This devastating natural disaster had a profound affect on the country namely thousands of deaths as well as mass destruction of land and property. However, these were not the only implications of the disaster. What occurred in Japan…

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$15.4 billion spent on Machinery and Machinery Parts

Despite the global economic crisis, sales of about $15.4 billion for machinery have been recorded. Machines like draglines, excavators and power cranes had an impressive total sales of just over $3.2 billion. This coupled with the the new machinery parts plants to be built, it provides good news for the heavy machinery industry.

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Machinery Factory Forced To Close following Chemical Spill

A toxic chemical accident that occurred in Wangaratta forces the factory to stay offline until the middle of January. The chemical spill occurred on Monday the 19th. Industry inspectors have ordered machinery at the Nuplex Resins plant, where the chemical spill occurred, to be shut off until the factory is given the all clear –…

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