The Times They Are A-Changin’ …..

“It’s almost ten years since I founded Zulu and over that time our business has witnessed many changes in industry. But over the last 18 months I can honestly say that the UK steel and metals industry has undertaken a significant step change in attitude and behaviour to joint integrity of bolted joints. Traditionally, the

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They say to give credit when credit is due…

Today we are continuing to deliver BS EN 1591-4:2013 joint integrity training and assessment to Tata Steel apprentices at their impressive training academy located at Port Talbot works. Adherence to regulatory compliance, industry guidelines and best practice to prevent process leaks includes proving competency – this is currently a hot topic in UK industry and

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Training & Assessment to Tata Steel

This week we are delivering BS EN 1591-4:2013 joint integrity training and assessment to Tata Steel mechanical apprentices at the very impressive training facility at Port Talbot works. This training and assessment forms part of Tata Steel’s commitment in ensuring that its future mechanical personnel have the underpinning knowledge and skill set to undertake mechanical

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Flying the flag of change

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

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ZULU CONTINUES ITS JOINT INTEGRITY SUPPORT TO UK INDUSTRY

We are delighted to have received news this week from the UK’s largest steel producer that Zulu is approved to work on all its UK sites. Although typically working in the oil, gas, chemical and petrochemical industries, this confirmation now allows us to support top tier COMAH sites within the steel making industry. Our services

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