Pressure vessels onboard HMS Queen Elizabeth keeping it British
Numerous small companies undertook essential work as part of the construction of the largest warship to be built in Britain, the 65,000-tonne aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, built to Lloyd’s Register naval class.
Portable Printing: How do you ship a factory?
Additive manufacturing (AM) has already revolutionized the area of industrial design and prototyping. Could replacement parts be next?
Exporting to Russia: From GOST to EAC.
The certification used for equipment going to the Eurasian Community, which includes Russia, has changed from GOST to EAC. Here we take a closer look at some common questions from manufacturers.
EN 10204 Type 3.2 certification getting complex?
The use of the EN 10204:2004 standard for inspection documents for metallic products has become more widespread, beyond even the European Union. As an independent third party, Lloyd’s Register is working to educate the manufacturing community about t
Big data and asset performance management
How can big data help improve the reliability and performance of your assets?
Revising the Pressure Equipment Directive: Why now, & what’s changing?
For the first time in 17 years, the EU's Pressure Equipment Directive (PED 97/23/EC) is changing.