Maag Pump Systems to introduce the new F-series gear pump

A flexible three-piece gear pump for small throughputs configured to your requirements The new F-series features two types; the DX “Dosix” with a better dosing accuracy and the FX “Flexinox”; the flexible alternative of the...

Defining Customer Experience

Shaun Myers, Director for Supply Chain & Service at Brenntag UK & Ireland, speaks to Chemical Industry Journal about the implications of customer satisfaction on business performance, and opportunities that a focus on service...

New Royal Society of Chemistry president

Professor Tom Welton, Dean of the Faculty of Natural Sciences at Imperial, will be the next president of the Royal Society of Chemistry. An expert in sustainable solvents, Professor Welton will take up the role...

Cefic launches Action Plan

The European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic) has launched a voluntary multi-annual Action Plan for Review and Improvement of REACH Dossiers.  The Action Plan provides a framework for companies - holders of REACH registrations - to...

SIA Appoints Kevin Morgan as Chairman

The Solvents Industry Association has appointed Kevin Morgan, left, Commercial Director at Brenntag UK as their new Chairman, taking over from Mark Brunt who completed his tenure in March. Kevin will sit as Chair of...

SIA Raises £1,015 for Chance to Shine Charity

The Solvents Industry Association Spring Dinner, held at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London on 21st March raised £1,015 for the cricket-related charity, Chance to Shine. Chance to Shine is a national charity that aims to...

INEOS to invest $2bn in Saudi Arabia

INEOS signs agreement with Saudi Aramco and Total to build its first ever plants in the Middle East. The three world-scale plants will produce the key building blocks for carbon fibre, engineering polymers and synthetic...

UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship award

Innovative new catalyst materials can create more sustainable processes in chemical industry that reduce greenhouse gas emissions by harnessing sunlight and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) as fuel. Sunlight exposure can boost the efficiency and ability...

That’s “sew” smart!

Scientists invent threads to detect gases when woven into clothing. Equipment- and training-free textile detectors could be used in public health, workplace safety, military and rescue applications Tufts University engineers have developed a novel fabrication...

£22m battery and thermal energy facilities

Two research centres for sustainable electrical and thermal energy technologies totalling £22m have launched at WMG, University of Warwick on the 10th June 2019. The funding from government via the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA)...