The Summer 2019 edition of Chemicals Northwest “Elements” is out now and Zulu Joint Integrity are featured on page 28 as a new member of Chemicals NorthWest – an established business network wholly owned by the Chemical Industries Association.
Our joint integrity management and training services know no boundaries in terms of industries or geographical locations…. Next week we travel to Shanghai for the first leg of our business development mission to support China’s chemical industry. “I’d like to make a special thank you to the Welsh Assembly Government for their overseas business development
We are very proud to be the newest member of Chemicals Northwest. Chemicals Northwest (CNW) is an industry-led cluster organisation that works with the chemistry-using industries of the North West of England and surrounding area. It is funded by company members and is part of the Chemical Industries Association. We look forward to supporting the
Last minute preparations for the week ahead..!! We’re looking forward to meeting you at CHEMUKEXPO and discussing our joint integrity management and training services to the UK chemical industry. Drop by and see us on stand B4
Joint Integrity Management holds no boundaries and isn’t exclusive – whether industry specific or by geographical locations. Today we are travelling to Italy to discuss how our services can help support regional petrochemical assets to reduce their environmental impact and achieve a safe and timely, leak free start-up of plant – improving safety, environmental and
Having just returned from ADIPEC 2018 in Abu Dhabi and speaking to some very influential industry professionals, it is clear that the issues associated with trying to achieve a leak free start up of plant – coupled with the worrying situation of lack of competency for mechanical personnel is clearly a global concern and not
October see’s us delivering BSEN1591-4:2013 training across the UK to top tier COMAH sites within the chemical industry as well as oil terminals and bulk fuel storage depots. Great interaction and attitude from all candidates and a very positive stance from senior management regarding the subject of joint integrity for bolted joints – particularly in
October is certainly going to be a very busy month for us – next week sees the first of several joint integrity training sessions to be delivered by us to a global speciality chemical company based in South Wales. Regulatory compliance, industry guidelines, engineering standards and best practice will be among many of the topics