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Engineering association VDMA said German engineering orders rose 11 percent in real terms in September from a year before but it attributed the strong figure to one-off big ticket items from abroad and said domestic orders fell 1 percent in the less volatile three-month comparison.
Holmes said the engineering order book was up across the group, which also includes the Wlischmiller, the remote handling technology and robotics business in Germany.
doubled their civil engineering order receipts from the public sector in the April-December period of 2011 from a year earlier thanks to massive demand for the disposal of rubble in disaster-hit northeastern Japan, they said Tuesday.
Window assemblies will be overhauled according to Boeing component maintenance manuals or customer engineering orders, the company said.
Particularly, Japan's five major construction firms witnessed double-digit percentage rises in terms of both construction and civil engineering orders due partly to a string of large orders received from overseas customers.
Rocketing prices for steel and scrap, driven by aggressive Chinese buying, are depriving many local companies of the benefits of the strongest revival in engineering orders and output for seven years.
JOB losses on the Clyde may not be as severe as first thought thanks to a healthy engineering order book.
TOKYO & OSLO -- Thin Film Electronics ASA ("Thinfilm") today announced receipt of its first engineering order for Thinfilm Passive Array Memory[TM], a non-volatile rewriteable fully-printed memory suitable for a number of applications, including use in secure documents and value cards.