Lots of articles to munch on from last week. Check out the latest on a welding event, help police recover stolen welding equipment, and read up on new welding workshops and events in this edition of the “Weekly Roundup”. Enjoy!
Lincoln Electric received an award by Frost & Sullivan, the Market Share Leadership Award, for best practices in the world pipeline industry related to welding equipment and consumables.
Students giving extreme makeover to Phillip the Fire Truck
Phillip the Fire Truck once plied its trade in Mentor.
Now, the 1986 Pierce Arrow engine-pumper is undergoing an extreme makeover that will give it a new lease on life.
Provincial News: Crimestoppers Crime Of The Week: Welding Equipment Theft [CANADA]
Police are investigating a break and enter that occurred around the 26th of September in the Municipality of Cramahe. A business located on Industrial Park Drive was entered and culprits stole approximately $3000.00 worth of welding equipment.
Lincoln Electric Announces SEMA Celebrity Appearance Lineup
Lincoln Electric will host television celebrities. . . at this year’s SEMA Show, Nov. 2-5 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Welding Industry News
With Wireless Remote Hand and Foot Controls, welders can reposition remote around work area without having to untangle cords.
In a week, more than 180 sophomore girls from seven area high schools will gather at the Center Lake Pavilion, Warsaw, for the annual Nontraditional Employment for Women Opportunities Workshop.
ATC hosts careers event
Will Bloodworth dropped his welding helmet down over his face before joining two pieces of scrap metal together with a MIG welding gun at the Careers in Construction event at Albany Technical College Thursday.
Engineering, design students honored
One student in the welding program and another in the Architectural & Engineering Design program at DATC were named as students of the month for October.
Welding Jobs (The Good and Bad)
Where are the jobs? There's always work in welding [CANADA]
I believe the people of Brantford can think for themselves; we are a smart people.
When it comes to jobs, we know we have to go where the work is.
Welding Gone Wrong
Scorched Evidence Exhibited at Trial of Embassy Bombings Suspect
Prosecutors on Monday exhibited scorched and rusted metal that had been welded inside the Nissan truck used in the bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Tanzania. . .
Welding on Another Turf (Overseas and Across the Border News)
Members of the welding industry had a first-hand look at the industry’s newest training and technology centre on October 14 at the Canadian Welding Bureau’s new headquarters in Milton, ON.