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Mar01

Vinçotte is delighted to announce that as of March 1, 2024, Ilse Vanderlocht will be assuming the role of Managing Director in Belgium and Luxembourg. This appointment follows Bernard De Cannière's decision to step down from the position after several successful years of leading the company.

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Feb26

Inspection of smoke detectors can sometimes be a challenge. In high spaces, such as production halls, it is difficult for inspectors to reach smoke detectors. This can lead to delays, production interruptions and safety risks.

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Feb14

Last week, our Digi-Tags experts got together with the Innoptus Solar Car team to see how we can make a difference for them.

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Jan23

The European Union's new Battery Regulation 2023/1542, which takes effect in February 2024, is introducing a significant shift for battery manufacturers, battery importers and their supply chains.

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Jan19

Vinçotte provides safety expertise to the Innoptus Solar Team ahead of the Sosal Solar Challenge.

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Jan11

On 03/04/2023, the new 'Royal Decree on Industrial Radiography' was published.

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Dec06

Next week, Alexandra Andries, Lead Contract Engineer at Vinçotte, will talk about certification systems for CE marking during the Agoria seminar in Brussels. The presentation will cover the different certification systems available and how to select them for your product.

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Dec04

In a significant move to promote transparency and scientific rigor in climate action, CO2logic, a South Pole company, has recently upgraded its CO2 Neutral label.

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Nov21

We will share our experiences in using the floatarm robotic arm technology in Non Destructive Testing (NDT), in Stockholm on 28 November.

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Nov09

Vinçotte, member of the KIWA group, was contracted by Belgoprocess for visual inspection and thickness measurements of bunkered storage tanks at their wastewater treatment plant on site 2. Due to the ionizing radiation and the risk of radioactive contamination, a remote inspection with industrial robotics was the logical solution.

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