Manufacturers are set for a strong debate at the National Manufacturing Conference in February this year with new data showing that firms expect 2017 to be another year of risks.
Following the inaugural awards in 2016, entries to the UK Export Excellence Awards 2017 are now open.
BAE Systems has announced that it is currently training an unprecedented 2,036 apprentices across its UK-based defence and security businesses – equivalent to around 6% of its 34,000 UK employees.
Is the time right for a UK Manufacturing Day to help focus more attention on the skills gap? Absolutely, says Kronos UK’s Rob Hiron.
Sir Michael Arthur, president of Boeing Europe and managing director of Boeing UK & Ireland, spoke exclusively to The Manufacturer about the firm’s durability, the implications of Brexit and its plans for the future.
Reflecting the persistent climate of cyber-attacks on businesses and national infrastructure, BAE Systems has announced it is to recruit 80 graduates into its cyber security business next year.
A new UN decision has opened the path for a future ban on the use of ‘killer robots’ by member states.
With high-level maintenance & repair skills seemingly in short supply, executives from Rockwell Automation tell Jonny Williamson how its Services & Solutions can help fill the gap.
A new Supply Chain Funding Index has been launched by URICA, in conjunction with YouGov and economic advisor, Dr John Ashcroft, to determine the health of our supply chains and the liquidity contained within.
The delayed recovery finally arrived for UK manufacturing in the final quarter of 2016 with a significantly improved boost in both output and orders, according to a major survey released today by EEF and BDO LLP.