Month: October 2021

Unilever - toothpaste

Unilever to introduce recyclable toothpaste tubes

Unilever’s oral care brands including Signal, Pepsodent and Closeup have announced plans to convert their entire global toothpaste portfolio to recyclable tubes by 2025. After four years of development, the recyclable tubes will be available later this year in France and India, two of Unilever’s biggest oral care markets. First launching in France with the …

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Toyota - Eiffel Tower

Fuel cell technology shines a sustainable light in Paris

The Eiffel Tower was illuminated green using a Toyota fuel cell powered generator. The striking display took place during the hydrogen and mobility exhibition, Paris de l’hydrogène, organised by Energy Observer, the Toyota-supported, self-sufficient world-travelling boat operator, and the City of Paris. The exhibition highlights the vehicles, technologies and applications that will shape the sustainable …

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TENNIS : Roland Garros 2021 - 24/05/2021

Peugeot making mobility electric at the Roland-Garros 2021 tournament

As the long-standing official partner of the French Open tennis tournament for the 38th consecutive year, Peugeot will be providing transportation for the players, VIPs and officials with a fleet of 100% electric vehicles for the first time in 2021. Peugeot is making the French Open the first sporting event of its kind in the …

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HS2 - TBM

Historic moment as HS2 launches first giant tunnelling machine

HS2 has launched ‘Florence’, the first of 10 HS2 Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) that will dig 64 miles of tunnel on Phase One of the UK’s new high speed railway. More than 16,000 jobs and over 500 apprenticeships are already being supported by the project, which is set to transform transport links between Britain’s major …

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SSAB, Borlänge

ABB secures order from global steel company SSAB for modernisation at Swedish mill

ABB has secured an order for the modernisation of roller table drives and motors integrated with the existing ABB Ability System 800xA distributed control system (DCS) at SSAB’s hot strip mill in Borlänge, Sweden. The contract with the global steel company will result in increased energy efficiency and reliable, stable operations following a three phase …

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