The 2016 Annual Manufacturing Report (AMR), published by Hennik Research, demonstrates once again the resilience of British manufacturing, despite facing domestic and international challenges.
A US-based chemicals company has been fined hundreds of thousands of dollars for losing large amounts of meth precursors during distribution en-route to Mexico.
Automotive OEM, Opel, has reportedly slashed its manufacturing tool production costs by up to 90% using 3D printers, and is now able to 3D print assembly tools in less than 24 hours.
Tesla Motors is recalling its entire Model S fleet after a broken seat belt was discovered by a European owner in one of the models earlier this month.
US automotive startup Elio Motors set an equity crowdfunding precedent after the Securities
and Exchange Commission (SEC) last week qualified the automaker to launch a $25m stock sale
under Regulation A+.
Angad Paul, CEO of Caparo Industries, has died in tragic circumstances just weeks after his company entered administration.
Sporting goods manufacturer, New Balance will be launching the first running shoe with a 3D printed midsole.
The chief executive of industrial giant, Siemens, has said the impact of recent terror attacks in Paris and rising political instability in Europe is threatening investment form business.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) in the US has launched a national program called Degrees@Work which offers US dealership employees, and their immediate families, debt-free college education with Strayer University.
Nearly 200 current and former aerospace workers travelled to the Washington State Capitol on Friday to draw attention to loopholes in the state's aerospace tax breaks which they say have been exploited by Boeing.