In a 21st century world dominated and driven by groundbreaking technology, driverless cars are set to be the future of transport.
In a recent announcement, Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, reported that Italian company Brembo has moved part of its production to Mexico in order to reduce costs and delivery time of brakes to the Tesla plant located in California.
The machinery sector is changing and, thanks to a growing global demand, the market is diversifying.
Samsung is planning to invest more than $1bn in its Austin-based Texas facility by the first half of 2017 in order to expand its manufacturing capabilities.
Senior figures from across the UK manufacturing landscape discussed the trends, technologies and influences that are transforming the future of industry during the UK’s largest event of its kind, The Manufacturer's Annual Leaders Conference 2016.
RoboVent, the leading provider of clean air technologies for manufacturing, has announced it is expanding its operations to Europe in response to the increased need for clean air solutions.
Almost a year ago managers and engineers from the Bosch manufacturing site, in Mondeville, France, began utilising 3D printing technology to streamline their operations.
While there is a great deal of prestige involved with receiving an engineering degree, it is important that recent graduates understand the breadth of opportunities their area of study can offer.
United Parcel Service (UPS) announced last month that it plans to expand its recently developed on-demand 3D printing service for its Asian network and customers.
October 7, 2016 maked the end of an era for the Australian motor industry as Ford ended 91 years of manufacturing in Australia by closing its Broadmeadow factory.