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  • Start up your engines

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    I’m a huge Formula 1 fan and for diplomatic reasons I won’t divulge my preferred team.

    I am awaiting though to see the new style of car as they will be unveiled very soon with the season getting properly on the way on March 25th.

  • Another Year flies by ..

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    Another year goes by and you are another year older and as a ‘Road Warrior’ (as one of my colleagues terms it) I am often travelling on my birthday and I simply celebrate it when I return home. This happened just last week and the customer that I was visiting said they were taking me out to dinner to celebrate it with me, which was very nice of them, but what I was not expecting was what I walked into on that morning…….

  • Weather, there is just no escaping it!

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    You fly 4,000 miles to escape the beast from the east as it hits the UK, as shown in the picture above from my daughters back door

  • The Importance of Team Morale

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    Welcome back to another blog….

    As many of you know, we are a global team, in a constant state of motion, with training & implementation visits booked months in advance, and hundreds of support calls & emails a week.

  • Hair today gone tomorrow

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    Hello folks and welcome back to Synchro Towers, Wales. From our little corner of the internet here, we can make big things happen, and that’s not just the things going on within Synchro ourselves, but things that we are up to at home as well.

  • A hell of a trip!

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    Most of my trips starts with some reasonable planning; you have to identify the best flight, seats, airports, connection times, hotels, etc. The main idea is to be prepared for any surprise.


  • The Isle of Man TT – fast and dangerous

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    The Isle of Man is a small island in the Irish Sea midway between England and Ireland. It has a population of approximately 80,000 people, is 30 miles (48 km) long and 10 miles (16 km) wide. Famous for Manx cats – no tails, its ancient language and the worlds oldest legislative (parliament) assembly.

  • Lucky Green Fingers?

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    I would like to introduce myself. I am Linda Beckett I have worked in accounts departments for more years than I care to remember, the last 5½ of these have been as part of the SYNCHRO ERP team. Dealing with figures on a day to day basis I turn to my garden and growing plants as a form of relaxation. I particularly enjoy getting plants for free or almost free. Growing them from cuttings or from saved seeds

  • Living in South Africa

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    Arriving for the first time and as a well-travelled individual, the first thing I noticed is that it looked remarkably familiar...but different. This is the same kind of initial impression I had when I first visited Australia and New Zealand. The common theme here of course is that these countries are all part of the Commonwealth and part of their legacies are very similar indeed.

    Security and Violence in South Africa are well-documented topics on the worldwide news. The first drive away from the airport revealed a landscape with houses and heavy electric fencing, a very unusual sight.

  • Looking Ahead

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    Please allow me to be the “last” person to welcome you to 2018. A new year full of vast opportunities in the liquid metal industry.


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