Additive manufacturing company and software firm for the digital supply chain announce end-to-end collaboration.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the founding of The Manufacturer. Nick Hussey, CEO of the Hennik Group, which publishes the magazine, reflects on two decades of industry-leading insights, features and analysis.
As markets continually shift and competition continues to rise, the role of a manufacturer has changed drastically in the past few years. With a growing number of businesses stepping into the services field, manufacturing is clearly in the midst of an industry-wide servitization transformation.
Simon Edmonds discusses the latest news from Innovate UK, including attendance at The Manufacturer Live in Liverpool and the new £20m low-carbon technologies investment competition.
Steven Barr of The Manufacturer’s networked expert advisory service – Hennik Edge looks forward to the Digital Manufacturing Show and highlights ways you can get on with 4IR, during and after the event.
With the advent of new technologies, a changing geopolitical context and ever more pressing concerns about sustainability, are we seeing the emergence of a new form of globalisation?
Rolls-Royce to lead the regeneration of the surplus areas of its site at Ansty, near Coventry, proposing a 2m sq ft industrial scheme with a gross development value of in excess of £250m.
Nick McGrane, managing director of leading ERP solutions provider K3 Syspro, considers the implications of Digital Supply Networks for UK manufacturers.
American semiconductor manufacturer, Broadcom, has offered to buy another US rival - Qualcomm - in the largest-ever tech buyout deal in history.
The uptake of digital technology, the government’s upcoming Industrial Strategy and strong export demand all add up to an expanding manufacturing sector here in the UK. However, this increase in demand will no doubt lead to added pressure on UK power supply, so it becomes more important than ever to have robust power infrastructure in place.