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ASSURANT INC. ACQUIRES THE WOODLANDS-BASED AUTOMOTIVE FINANCE AND INSURANCE PROVIDER AFAS

Assurant, American Financial & Automotive Services | May 13, 2020

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Assurant paid $157.5 million, according to the company's first-quarter earnings filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. AFAS provides automotive finance and insurance products and services, including vehicle service contracts, guaranteed ass...

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PBC Today | October 22, 2020

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A strong housing market has fuelled a recovery in the UK construction sector following the government-imposed lockdown but a number of bigger opportunities may be found in a number of large infrastructure projects. Here, Jonny Hayes, a civil engineering technology expert from The Access Group, explains how implementing the right systems can help streamline many of the day-to-day processes draining resources, allowing teams to increase the speed, accuracy and reporting of their tenders. UK builde...

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Mercedes | April 16, 2020

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With the coronavirus pandemic spreading to nearly every country in the world, the number of hospital patients needing respiratory support is becoming unprecedented. It’s not easy for manufacturers to quickly make huge numbers of extra ventilators so there is likely to be an imbalance in supply and demand for the necessary equipment to provide this support. To alleviate this problem, a team of engineers from UCL and Formula One engine maker Mercedes-AMG HPP have been working flat out to man...

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Airport Technology | February 11, 2020

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New global airport construction projects are springing up like never before. According to a recent report from Business Wire, the value of projects at the execution stage totals $377.6bn, while those in the planning stages account for $215.8bn. The aviation industry should be applauded for its forethought. With global passenger numbers expected to hit 8.2 billion per year by 2037, airports cannot afford to let themselves buckle under the strain of such an inordinate swell in custom. Constructing...

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ASSURANT INC. ACQUIRES THE WOODLANDS-BASED AUTOMOTIVE FINANCE AND INSURANCE PROVIDER AFAS

Assurant, American Financial & Automotive Services | May 13, 2020

Assurant paid $157.5 million, according to the company's first-quarter earnings filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. AFAS provides automotive finance and insurance products and services, including vehicle service contracts, guaranteed ass...

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THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE COVID-19 CONSTRUCTION RECOVERY

PBC Today | October 22, 2020

A strong housing market has fuelled a recovery in the UK construction sector following the government-imposed lockdown but a number of bigger opportunities may be found in a number of large infrastructure projects. Here, Jonny Hayes, a civil engineering technology expert from The Access Group, explains how implementing the right systems can help streamline many of the day-to-day processes draining resources, allowing teams to increase the speed, accuracy and reporting of their tenders. UK builde...

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HOW MERCEDES F1 AND ACADEMICS QUICKLY PRODUCED LIFE-SAVING BREATHING AIDS

Mercedes | April 16, 2020

With the coronavirus pandemic spreading to nearly every country in the world, the number of hospital patients needing respiratory support is becoming unprecedented. It’s not easy for manufacturers to quickly make huge numbers of extra ventilators so there is likely to be an imbalance in supply and demand for the necessary equipment to provide this support. To alleviate this problem, a team of engineers from UCL and Formula One engine maker Mercedes-AMG HPP have been working flat out to man...

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INNOVATIVE INFRASTRUCTURE: HOW TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION

Airport Technology | February 11, 2020

New global airport construction projects are springing up like never before. According to a recent report from Business Wire, the value of projects at the execution stage totals $377.6bn, while those in the planning stages account for $215.8bn. The aviation industry should be applauded for its forethought. With global passenger numbers expected to hit 8.2 billion per year by 2037, airports cannot afford to let themselves buckle under the strain of such an inordinate swell in custom. Constructing...

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