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The immediacy of online advertising ensures that products can be introduced to the market very quickly.

Business marketing: the value of advertising online

Does your marketing plan include a budget for online ads? Find out why placing advertisements online is no longer an optional extra.

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Rehabilitation standards

At International No-Dig Down Under 2013, Wim Elzink spoke on ISTT’s involvement in developing international standards for pipeline rehabilitation.

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Swagelining renews Oswestry water supply

In Oswestry, England, a year-long project which involved renewing water pipes using the technique of swagelining is now complete.

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Tough PE pipe materials ideal for installation

Polyethylene pipes have long been used to renovate ageing pipeline networks to reduce gas and water leakage levels and to install new systems. In combination with trenchless installation methods, a new pipeline can be installed at a low cost without disturbing city flow or damaging the environment. Here Borouge details three innovative case studies.

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Bursting with rope

ABS Trenchless has introduced the rope bursting system – the world’s first large pipe bursting system with a rope as the pulling mechanism and a pulling force of more than 1,000 kN.

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Companies join forces to provide trenchless services

SAK Construction has been named a contract partner by Choice Facility Partners, a Houston-based co-operative that aims to streamline bidding and contraction processes for infrastructure in the US.

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Swagelining in Scotland

TT-UK has been awarded an order to build and supply a 40 tonne, track-mounted crawler version Grundowinch incorporating a technical specification to facilitate Petrology’s unique subsea swagelining operations in Wick, Scotland.

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