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Changed times, new working methods

Changed times, new working methods

The Covid pandemic has forced businesses to rapidly adopt new working methods. Manufacturing is no exception. In factories, thanks to highly automated CNC production machinery and careful social distancing, essential work has largely continued, but external face-to-face meetings with customers suddenly became highly restricted.

ICEE supports expansion of Zzoomm Full Fibre broadband network

ICEE supports expansion of Zzoomm Full Fibre broadband network

Zzoomm plc is a fast growing Full Fibre broadband service provider (ISP), serving homes and businesses in Henley-on-Thames, building a brand new network in Hereford, and planning to serve many more towns and cities across the United Kingdom. A key part of implementing...

Smart parts cleaning raises productivity

Smart parts cleaning raises productivity

A parts cleaning facility may seem mundane, but try running an engineering or manufacturing business without one. Whether a small autosport workshop or a major global manufacturer, operators must have somewhere to thoroughly clean parts ready for the next process, whether assembling an engine, or preparing to apply a protective surface coating.

ICEE helps WightFibre compete in global broadband league

ICEE helps WightFibre compete in global broadband league

If you want really fast broadband move to Singapore, Sweden or the Isle of Wight. That was the opening message in an article about WightFibre, an independent cable network operator serving England’s largest and second most populated island.

New enterprise Graftin turn great ideas into reality with ICEE

New enterprise Graftin turn great ideas into reality with ICEE

Seeing a market gap Dan Andrews wanted to design a robust and long-lasting table range in a minimalist, industrial style, in sheet metal. Lacking experience of the material and unfamiliar with associated fabrication processes, he sought a UK manufacturer to guide him and act as a helpful partner.

Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series Portsmouth

Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series Portsmouth

When another manufacturer lacked the necessary laser cutting facilities, Portsmouth-based Michelle Jeanette Littlewood, the designer and maker of the winning team’s trophy and all five runner-up trophies (and last year’s trophy too), turned to ICEE to rapidly supply high quality stainless steel parts for each piece.

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