What’s keeping UK manufacturing business owners and decision-makers awake at night?
Steel is the most commonly used structural material in the world, and the UK's steel industry contributes around £1.6bn to the economy. Here are three of the latest deals for UK steel that aim to make the 150-year old industry leaner and greener.
Imagineering's Joy Smith offers practical advice as to how manufacturing businesses can best establish contact with schools and help share the responsibility of inspiring, educating and supporting the next generation.
A new high-tech nuclear centre set to bring millions of pounds to the Midlands has opened. However, this comes at a time when the UK's nuclear industry faces criticism.
Manufacturers and environmental activists haven't always been natural bedfellows; but it's become clear that doing right by the environment is an absolute business imperative.
The creation of the first chocolate bar is credited to Joseph Fry in 1847. Since then our taste for chocolate has soared, with the global chocolate market now sitting at around £80bn. TM spoke to one UK chocolate company about their ethically produced bars.
Airbus announced that it is ceasing production on its A380 jumbo aircraft 12 years after production started. Why has the world's largest passenger aircraft failed?
The promise of quicker recovery, reduced trauma and improved clinical outcomes has been the catalyst behind the development of surgical robotics, with the global market for robot-assisted surgery forecast to be worth £31bn by 2026.
Robots active in the UK now number around 2,300 units – an increase of more than 30%, according to figures compiled by the International Federation of Robotics.
A £500m contract has been awarded to an aircraft repair hub in North Wales to repair F-35 fighter plane components.