Plant Oxford has celebrated the three millionth MINI to roll off its assembly line since production began back in 2001.
A ground-breaking new wireless pacemaker technology, which could benefit the world’s 1.5m heart failure patients, has received European CE Mark approval.
High speed supersonic commercial flights could be on the horizon in the next decade after US startup company, Boom Technology, recently unveiled its XB-1 Supersonic Demonstrator.
A world-first project in Germany is combining wind power with hydroelectric batteries for energy storage.
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.
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.
Almost a year ago managers and engineers from the Bosch manufacturing site, in Mondeville, France, began utilising 3D printing technology to streamline their operations.
Rolls Royce has grown its presence in Southern California, with a $30m expansion into a new 62,000 sq ft facility that will be dedicated to research and development of ceramic matrix composite (CMC) materials and processes for use in next-generation aircraft engine components.
Fred Tongue visited English Fine Cottons in Manchester, a firm looking to re-establish the North West as a cotton spinning colossus.
Rail transport manufacturer, Alstom has announced the start of construction work on its new technology centre and training academy in Widnes, North West England.