Mike Coupe, CEO of J Sainsbury PLC, discusses Corporate Social Responsibility and a sustainable future with Paul Stead.
As part of a series of articles on some of the many problems - and highlights - of the skills and training system in the UK, we explore the serious flaws in a key plank of government skills policy.
How should the next generation of manufacturing leaders be nurtured to provide the vision and direction needed for future success?
Haydn Jakes, aged 23 from Cambridge, took home the gold in Aircraft Maintenance at the 45th ‘Skills Olympics’, which took place in Kazan, Russia.
Law firm FBC Manby Bowdler is supporting the Marches Centre of Manufacturing & Technology (MCMT) and giving young people practical manufacturing training. Sales director Neil Lloyd explains why.
With two-thirds of businesses still reliant on manual and paper-based processes, new research has revealed that inefficient procurement processes are costing UK businesses almost £2m a year.
To significantly reduce its design-to-manufacture time, Briggs Automotive Company (BAC), the British manufacturer of the recently launched elite supercar Mono R, turned to Stratasys and its FDM 3D printing
A chronic shortage of suitable people entering the sector is leading industrial businesses to look within their own four walls to achieve their growth aspirations.
Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping (SLAM), a technology which allows a device to map its environment while positioning itself in it, is a crucial driver for the future of robotics.
The National Engineering Policy Centre, which represents nearly half a million UK engineers, has put forward proposals for a more prosperous and secure economy and society, calling on government to work with them to invest in skills, innovation, clean energy technologies, and digital and traditional infrastructure.