Britain’s manufacturing sector employs 2.5 million people but it needs another 2 million recruits over the next decade to satisfy demand. As UK unemployment hits a 17 year high, more and more young people are
The British bicycle industry has been steering its way to success over the last two years, a rare example of a sector bucking the economic downturn. According to a recent report by Allegra Strategies, the
The automotive industry can save money by switching to iglidur plastic bearings from igus. Made from technical plastics, iglidur bearings are cost-effective, light, clean running, heat resistant, robust and do not require any lubrication.
The Manufacturer interviewed Susan Evans, Business Development Director, SEMTA at MACH 2012.
Watch this video to find out how employers have come together to develop the Advanced Manufacturing Higher Apprenticeship.
The ORBITEC 20, which will be demonstrated by Mazak at the MACH Exhibition in April, has been specifically developed for turning eccentric large features of an irregular shape, which are not conducive to normal turning
BAE Systems is showing young people that science and technology can be cool through their Engineering Roadshow, which has been touring schools around the country. Adam Khan interviewed Nigel Whitehead, BAE Systems Group Managing Director
Will Stirling discusses global aerospace and defence M&A and production ramp up issues with Neil Hampson and Darren Jukes, aerospace and defence specialists at business advisors PwC.
A short video looking at UK youth unemployment in the UK. It shows how employment rates for young people (16 to 24) not in full-time education (NEET) were similar to people aged 22 to 64 from
Minister for Business and Enterprise Mark Prisk discusses the next steps for growth in the manufacturing sector.
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