Port of Tilbury's new crane swings into action

Port of Tilbury’s new zero emissions Liebherr swings into action

Laura Menendez General News

Port of Tilbury’s new Liebherr zero emission material handler was officially welcomed into the port this week. The new Liebherr LH 150 M HR, is the first of its kind to operate in the UK and joins the busy port’s fleet of material handlers including Sennebogen 870 and 875 machines. The new handler, which is to be known as ‘Big …

Port of Tilbury’s Police Constable Adam Webb receives Royal Humane Society Award

Port of Tilbury’s Police Constable Adam Webb receives Royal Humane Society Award

Laura Menendez General News, Port of Tilbury

Police Constable Adam Webb, from the Port of Tilbury Police, has this month received the Royal Humane Society’s Resuscitation Award for the heroic assistance he provided, while he was off duty, at a serious road traffic collision in Essex in November. On 25th November 2022, while he was off duty, PC Webb came across a very serious road traffic collision …

CQIC launches with new Charter to drive for quality, sustainability, and collaboration across construction industry

Dylan Macdonald CQIC, General News

The construction industry is to benefit from a dynamic new initiative – the Construction Quality Improvement Collaborative (CQIC). Launched under the remit of the Scottish Construction Accord, the CQIC is dedicated to transforming a sector that makes a significant contribution towards Scotland’s society, economy, and environment.

Composeher World Premiere Concert Platforms New Choral Music by Women

Dylan Macdonald Composeher, General News

The ground-breaking Composeher project, devised by the Glasgow School of Art Choir, is in the final stages of rehearsal for a world premiere concert to be held on 27 May 2023 at Glasgow City Halls. The concert of new work has already garnered international interest and involvement, with demand for tickets, which are on sale now, expected to be high.