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Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Editor-in-Chief across the BMJ portfolio.

Marsh acts on noise reduction

Marsh Industries’s new acoustic vibration reduction unit significantly reduces noise and vibration caused by diaphragm compressors. Called the ‘Whisspurr, the unit aims to solve the worldwide problem in the water and wastewater treatment sectors,  , of excess noise. Designed to fit inline between the compressor and air diffuser, the Whisspurr …

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In, Out, shake it all about

Fiona Russell-Horne

The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men Gang aft a-gley Two years ago, if you’d said anything about the UK’s possible performance in the 2019 European Elections, many people would have scoffed at you. The Government had triggered Article 50 and kick-started the process of the UK divorcing from the EU. The deadline had …

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SuperFOIL Insulation adds two

Midlands insulation manufacturer, SuperFOIL Insulation has appointed two new business development managers and completed the relocation of the business from North Nottinghamshire to a five acre site on Pioneer Way in Lincoln. New business development manager, Rob Quinton joins the company after 16 years at  YBS Insulation where he was commercial …

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It’s good to talk

Fiona Russell-Horne

It’s OK to not be OK   Illness: serious, life-threatening, life-changing, life-taking illness affects us all at some point or another. Whether it afflicts us in person or our friends, loved ones, colleagues or neighbours, at some point we will all know several people who have had or who have …

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BMJ Award winners revealed

The best merchants and brands in the industry were celebrated at a glittering event in London on Friday May 17th. The event was hosted by television news presenter Natasha Kaplinsky, whose co-announcer was Alan Dedicote, known for his voice-over duties on TV’s National Lottery and Strictly Come Dancing programmes. Sponsored …

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Keyline drives prostate cancer awareness campaign

Keyline, the Civils specialists, has ramped up its campaign to generate awareness of prostate cancer with its the form of newly-branded truck in attention-grabbing livery. 2019 marks Keyline’s 10th year partnering with leading men’s health charity Prostate Cancer UK in order to raise money and vital awareness of the disease. …

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Graham appoints new md

Graham Plumbers’ Merchant has announced the appointment of David Kilby as its new managing director. Kilby, who has more than 25 years’ experience in leadership roles within multinational groups, has most recently been regional managing director for Saint-Gobain Building Glass for the UK and Nordic Countries. Prior to that he was …

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Winning Ways

Fiona Russell-Horne

An honest tale speeds best, being plainly told. There’s still time – just – to book your tickets to the highlight of the merchanting calendar. Well, the highlight for this month anyway – I’m not so vain that I think that our BMJ Industry Awards – still in its toddler …

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BMJ INDUSTRY AWARDS: LAST CHANCE TO BOOK TICKETS

The 2019 BMJ Industry Awards is this Friday so this is your last chance to book your tickets to the networking event of the Spring. Leading brands and merchants will be heading to The Brewery, London on Friday for the second annual BMJ Industry Awards. With just a few days …

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Keyline Inverness takes on Hepworth Premier Plus Clay status

The Inverness branch of civils, drainage and heavy building materials supplier, Keyline, has become a Hepworth Clay Premier Plus stockist. This means the branch can offer a broader portfolio of products to its customers and enjoy a range of benefits. The scheme rewards committed stockists of Hepworth Clay products and …

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