The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has outlined the risks that leaving the European Union could have on the UK engineering sector, including increased skills shortages and uncertainties over areas such as research funding.
Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering judges and trustees have called on world governments to protect education spend in order to produce the next generation of engineers.
A four-day public auction of the former Lincoln Paper & Tissue Company as well as the Expera Old Town Mill, will take place from April 19-22 at the Hilton Garden Inn, in Bangor, Maine.
Ohio Governor, John R. Kasich, and the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) have approved assistance for five manufacturing projects set to create 670 jobs and retain 1,419 jobs statewide.
Midlands manufacturers, Brandauer and Muller England, are helping one of the most successful investments from Dragons’ Den become a global success story.
The UK Government is facing calls from UK Steel, manufacturers and unions to reverse its opposition to higher tariffs for unfairly traded steel after the US moved to block Chinese steel dumping.
Maple syrup producers in Quebec, the largest regional producer of maple syrup in the world, say they are not reaping the benefits of a recent market boom for the product due to a cap on the quantity of syrup they can produce.
The Industrial Internet of Things offers manufacturers a host of new revenue and customer connection opportunities. Diego Tamburini, manufacturing industry strategist at Autodesk, explains how.
Britain’s steelmakers are urging the Government to push the EU to agree higher tarriffs for unfairly traded steel.
Mark Brundage, president of US-based Global Financial Corp, takes a look a the often overlooked but incredibly important topic of credit insurance.