Skills remains one of the long-standing challenges in manufacturing; why does the education system still remain unable to encourage and prepare young people for industry?
Dr James Moultrie considers how manufacturers could be using new additive manufacturing technologies more effectively for series production of components.
Globally, digital transformation in manufacturing processes are moving forward – customers demand more of them, which means they need to invest in gaining that edge, securing growth, improving products and winning in their markets.
An expert panel discussion at Manufacturing Automation and Robotics Summit 2019 explored the common pain points surrounding automation implementations and ways businesses can overcome them.
The demand for UK goods and services overseas continues to grow, as exports in the year to October 2018 rose to £626bn. Is your business capitalising on overseas trade? If not, this is how it could be.
For decades, ceramics - like much of manufacturing – has faced an uphill struggle to recruit new people, but businesses are determined not to let that impact the booming international popularity for British-made wares.
Precision engineering firm JJ Churchill has secured more than £100m in contracts, and increased its headcount by 35% after five years on the Sharing in Growth programme.
As 2018 drew to a close, Atos and The Manufacturer brought together leaders from across the manufacturing sector for the fourth annual ‘Transforming Manufacturing, Embracing Digital’ roundtable event, held in Liverpool.
The next big development in IT is blockchain, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, like everyone else, is developing ideas for how it will work in industry.
An interactive workshop at this year’s Make UK (formerly EEF) National Manufacturing Conference allowed industrial employers to speak to apprentices and graduates to learn how to attract the next generation into their business.