WES announces TOP 50 UK Women Engineers

The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) has announced the Top 50 Women Engineers in the UK and Amblers Safety’s women’s brand ambassador, Sophie Lydia Smith, is among the top 50 professional network of women engineers, scientist and technologists who have been recognised.  The announcement was made on International Women in Engineering Day which is an international…

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With Modaris® V8R2, Lectra redefines the realism of 3D virtual prototyping

Lectra launches Modaris®, the latest version of its patternmaking, grading and prototyping 2D/3D solution. This new version of Modaris, the most widely used modeling solution by leading brands in fashion and apparel, offers greater speed, efficiency and precision in product development. With its powerful 3D simulation and collaboration tools, patternmakers are developing patterns faster and…

YKK Begins Sale of GreenRise™ Plant Derived Zippers

YKK Corporation announces the launch of GreenRise™, a new plant-derived zipper. The launch of this product signals YKK’s commitment to the development of environmentally friendly products aimed at contributing to a sustainable society. GreenRise™ replaces polyester made from conventional fossil fuels with a plant-based material, thereby reducing fossil fuel consumption and CO2 emissions in the…

The Global Corporate Clothing Market 2019

A new market research study titled Global Corporate Clothing Market Growth 2019-2024 has been released by Fior markets. It has the ability to expand as it continued to play a remarkable role in establishing progressive impacts on the global market. The report details the comprehensive and collaborative analysis of the Corporate Clothing market covering past, present, and forecast…

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What technology has in store for construction industry

The first social humanoid robot, Sophia, was in Kigali, Rwanda, for the 2019 Transform Africa Summit. Donning Rwanda’s traditional attire, umushanana, Sophia set the conference off to a good start, joking with and greeting a full auditorium in different languages, including Swahili, before giving a four-minute-long speech on the importance of technology and innovation. “I…

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Personal protective equipment for women must fit properly

Some employers tend to minimize the need for properly fitting personal protective equipment when it comes to women, particularly in construction. The International Safety Equipment Association said this on Tuesday, calling on the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration to address what it calls a “safety hazard.” “It’s time to act,” ISEA President Charles D. Johnson…