Jaguar Land Rover and BMW Group have announced they are linking up to develop the next-generation in electric drive systems, this comes as the latest in tactical auto alliances.
AG Barr has been quenching Scotland’s thirst since 1875, and its iconic IRN-BRU was born in 1901. Maddy White visited the company’s Milton Keynes site to discuss its expansion plans, its moves to reduce sugar levels, and how technology can drive up quality.
One of the most striking similarities between manufacturing and the high-octane world of Formula One is how both are trying to marry up the unstructured insights and ‘gut feelings’ of their respective experts with more structured telemetry and analytics.
600 Group is a world-leading engineering group in the manufacture and distribution of machine tools, precision engineered components, and industrial laser systems. Maddy White Reports.
Factories are responsible for approximately 36% of greenhouse gas emissions globally, Professor Steve Evans, Director of Research at the Centre for Industrial Sustainability, University of Cambridge, shares his insights on how resource efficiency can be good for profit margins and the environment.
Manufacturing is waiting for 5G, with two-thirds of industrial firms planning to use the network within the first two years of availability, a new report has found.
Siemens UK has been in the vanguard of industry’s drive for a meaningful governmental
industrial strategy and the adoption of digital technologies in manufacturing.
Nick Peters visited the Siemens factory in Congleton, Cheshire, to discover
just how well Siemens is managing its own digital revolution.
Manufacturing's need for digital talent is soaring, but with a lack of skills available it's not sustainable for businesses to keep poaching people from one another. How can we overcome this digital dilemma?
Burberry has come a long way since it was founded 163 years ago. During his keynote at Make it British Live, senior production manager at Burberry, Hareesh Kallambella explains what we need to know about the fashion mill of the future.
US engineering firm Alion’s naval systems unit will be sold for $225m to British firm Serco, in a deal set to close in the second half of the year.