The NRW 2023 Innovation Award is presented to courageous, creative individuals whose wealth of ideas, personal commitment and willingness to take risks make a significant contribution to NRW’s innovative strength.
The EU’s planned blanket ban on around 10,000 PFAS substances would have a negative impact throughout the mechanical and plant engineering sector. The substances must be viewed in a differentiated manner.
The cost of having your own trade fair stand is high – especially when it comes to foreign trade fairs. The state of NRW supports small and medium-sized companies to exhibit at a trade fair of their choice.
Driving transformation across the board: Innovation Program for Business Models and Pioneering Solutions (IGP) launches new funding call for ecological innovations.
Corporate environmental protection encompasses a variety of different aspects – participants helped determine the focus of the event.
To meet the demand for highly qualified specialists at an early stage, some companies in the mechanical and plant engineering sector are cooperating with universities – the possibilities are diverse.
The “Europe – Experience and Learn” initiative of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and the European Youth Parliament in Germany e.V. is designed to help trainees gain EU experience abroad.
Order intake in the mechanical and plant engineering sector in North Rhine-Westphalia in July 2023 fell short of the prior-year figure by 13 percent in real terms.
Stephan Remmert from Löhne becomes new spokesman of the board of the mechanical engineering network owl maschinenbau e.V.
Sick leave is also on the rise in the mechanical and plant engineering sector. The event took a closer look at the current development and discussed the possibilities of preventive measures.