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INTRODUCTION EAST OF ENGLAND


We have devoted the vast majority of this edition to the East of England area. Because of the response we have received to editorial requested drastic decisions had to be made on content so some contributors may be disappointed not to see theirs contained within our pages. If so please do not hesitate to get in touch again.


To give the feature structure there are 8 separate sections covering…


• Ports & Port Services • Operations & Maintenance • Support Services • Professional Services • Training • Logistics • Research & Innovation • Market Opportunities


This ‘Special Edition’ also includes a supplement which is a pull-out matrix of the companies involved within the supply chain serving the needs of the industry in the East of England.


If for any reason you have not received the supplement please contact our offices and we will send one out to you. Tel: +44 (0) 1765 644224.


EDITORIAL APOLOGY IHC ENGINEERING BUSINESS We unfortunately included an out of date article for IHC Engineering Business in our last edition (issue 26) and it had gone to print prior to discovering the mistake – we have however replaced this article in the online version.


You will find an updated article on page 110 in the Trenching feature within this edition.


INTERVIEWER EXTRAORDINAIRE! For some time now my colleague Fliss Chaffer has interviewed a number of our companies in the industry – for those who have enjoyed chatting to her on the phone you may have wondered what she looks like… so here you are!


SPECIAL EDITION… AND PULL-OUT SUPPLY CHAIN MATRIX


9 Training & Development – information on courses in the following sections… • Management • Health & Safety • Technical • Qualifications • Competence Management • Training Spotlight: Whitby & Scarborough Area


(Editorial deadline 5th June)


NB: Also included within the magazine will be a handy pull-out and keep guide to UK courses and providers. Listing is FREE for the first 60 companies. Call for more details.


Fliss Chaffer


We like to make our magazine to have a more personal touch as well as being informative to our decision making readership so please do not hesitate to call if you would like your company to be featured and the team will arrange the rest.


FORTHCOMING FEATURES – GET INVOLVED Please feel free to contact us if there is any subject area which you think may be of interest to our readership and we will do the rest – there is never any charge for genuine editorial.


JULY/AUGUST 2015 - ISSUE 28 Training & Development edition


Your contributions to the following features are sought.


1 O & M 2 Hand & Power Tools 3 Innovations & Using New Technology 4 Professional Services – Expert Witness 5 Generators 6 Lifting, Handling & Piling 7 Oils & Lubricants 8 Project Planning & Implementation


Duncan McGilvray Editor | Wind Energy Network


+44 (0) 1765 644224 www.windenergynetwork.co.uk Click to view more info


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