Daily Manufacturing News Digest – the industry stories you should be aware of today

Posted on 21 Apr 2023 by The Manufacturer

Each day The Manufacturer compiles the top manufacturing news stories from around the web. To make your life a little easier, we trawl through all the major trade publications, broadsheets and business magazines to find you the most important manufacturing news each morning. Don't forget to bookmark this page and check back daily.

Best of British business celebrated as the first King’s Awards for Enterprise Recipients revealed

The first ever recipients of The King’s Awards for Enterprise have been announced today (21 April), celebrating the achievements of UK businesses.

This year, 148 businesses representing every part of the United Kingdom and a diverse range of sectors have been recognised by His Majesty The King as among the best in the country awards. Read more via GOV UK

Manufacturing & Engineering Week names Engineers Without Borders UK as charity partner

Nineteen Group has announced that Manufacturing & Engineering Week www.mandeweek.co.uk has named Engineers Without Borders UK as its official charity partner. Taking place in June 2023 at Birmingham’s NEC, the week-long festival combines both live and digital events and celebrates the best that the UK industrial sector has to offer. Read more via The Manufacturer

All-electric investment fast-tracks productivity and raises OEE bar for Hampshire moulder

Professional technical trade moulder D&G Moulding has ramped up productivity by over 40 per cent and lowered energy consumption by over 75 per cent with its latest machine investment – a 75-ton all-electric IntElect from Sumitomo (SHI) Demag. Read more via The Manufacturer

Spillard Safety Systems and Flannery agree contract extension to improve site safety

One of the UK’s leading plant hire specialists has extended its working relationship with Spillard Safety Systems to help it reduce accidents on site and keep workers safe.

Flannery, which has more than 1700 operators supporting its nationwide client base, has invested in ‘SpillardLive’, fitting it to 180 machines so that it can benefit from the human detection system, 360-degree cameras and real time feedback on driver performance. Read more via The Manufacturer

York tricycle manufacturer adds new wheels to expanding portfolio

A York based tricycle manufacturer has unveiled two new additions to its expanding portfolio.

Jorvik Tricycles designs and manufactures its trikes in the UK which are available to buy online and from the showroom based in York.

The new mountain e-trikes expand the offering from 9 products to eleven, all of which can be customised by selecting preferred colours and power options, as well as accessories such as baskets and pet beds. Read more via Bdaily News