US-based private spaceflight company Blue Origin yesterday announced plans for its largest rocket yet – the New Glenn.
Loma Systems has been named a National Champion for United Kingdom in The European Business Awards, sponsored by RSM; Europe’s largest business competition set up to celebrate business excellence and best practice in the European business community.
The merger of Newbury-based Progressive Technology and Birmingham’s Innovate 2 Make (i2M) has created a new manufacturing powerhouse in precision machining and metal 3D printing.
Two new sewing robots have created the first ever autonomously-sewn garments and are set to cause major disruption in the garment manufacturing industry.
Talga Resources has produced and delivered its first value-added graphene based product — a metal pre-treatment graphene coating — to a leading global coatings company.
Rockwell Automation has made significant performance gains in recent years. Productivity has grown by more than 4%, lead times for its manufactured goods have been cut in half and on-time deliveries are up to 98%.
The final company in the US manufacturing controversial cluster bombs announced last week that it would end production of these munitions.
South Korean shipping firm Hanjin Shipping – one of the world’s largest - has filed for bankruptcy.
Boeing has been awarded a patent for an idea, which could change the way we fight forest fires.
There is a danger that Industry 4.0 is viewed as an interesting talking point, something that happens to other manufacturing companies, but is not relevant to you. If that’s your view, Tom Leeson has some rather sobering news for you.