Articles by Fred Tongue
Rolls-Royce has agreed to pay £671m as a result of bribery and corruption claims in Brazil, the US and UK. The figure is thought to be the largest ever levy imposed and the largest enforcement action relating to any criminal allegation in the UK.
It has been announced that Japanese car giant, Nissan, is planning to use London as its European autonomous vehicle testing ground.
Shropshire firm, Advanced Chemical Etching (ACE) has made a strong start to the year by securing new business worth almost £2m.
Chinese investor has bought a stake in a Dorset-based aerospace company, Gilo Industries Group, which produces rotary engines for jet-backpacks.
A new report says Britain's automotive industry looks set to continue its growth thanks to increased demand abroad and the development of cutting edge tech.
According to a recent report over two thirds of manufacturing businesses expect to see growth this year despite the impact of Brexit.
A representative from EEF will be discussing what the apprenticeship levy will mean to manufacturing businesses at a conference in London next month (February).
Fred Tongue visits The City of London Gin Distillery, a company returning the art of distilling and manufacturing to the heart of London.
A new employer led training and development hub has been announced for the Shropshire area, with the main aim of supporting 2,020 learners by 2020.
Leading Staffordshire fabrication specialist, Mec Com has cast aside post-Brexit uncertainty to secure more than £1.5m of new orders in just six months.