Long distance supply chains are no longer meeting the impatient demands of the fashion consumer. Nick Peters looks at the alternatives.
Kieran Meeke visits the famed shoemakers of St. James’s to discover the secret of its longevity.
The Manufacturer and Atos recently hosted their second annual roundtable event, bringing together leaders from across industry to discuss how the UK can better embrace digital manufacturing technologies.
Fred Tongue visited English Fine Cottons in Manchester, a firm looking to re-establish the North West as a cotton spinning colossus.
Guest reporter Mike Farish takes a closer look at how Bosch Rexroth is harnessing the power of industry 4.0.
Although diverse 3D printing projects continue to capture the selective gaze of mainstream media, Andy Middleton, president – EMEA at Stratasys, lifts the lid on where the technology is making a more important and widespread impact.
Cisco, the largest IT networking company in the world, is helping manufacturers around the globe bring the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to life. Vikas Butaney explains to Jonny Williamson how to get connected.
The Internet of Things, Industry 4.0 - or the fourth industrial revolution - is well under way and the good news is: it need not involve a massive capital outlay. Ruari McCallion reports.
John Reid took over Michelin’s ailing Dundee tyre plant in 2010 and not only saved it from closure, but turned it into a world-leader. He told Editor-at-large Nick Peters how he did it.
Some parts of the manufacturing sector are facing an existential crisis thanks to an ageing workforce and insufficient young engineers enter the system. One company owner thinks he has the solution. Editor-at-large Nick Peters reports.