A new report says there is a hidden risk in the growing move by manufacturers to adopt technologies that improve their productivity by connecting disparate elements of their business.
Aurrigo, a UK-based autonomous vehicles manufacturer, has been working with US firms to equip three of its ‘Pod Zeros’ with the latest AI technology. The driverless pods can seat up to four people, travel at 15 mph and cover up to 60 miles on one charge.
At 27-years-old Morven Burden is the youngest factory manager international confectionery business pladis Global has ever had. Maddy White speaks to the young success.
The increasing influence of IT in what were traditionally operational areas of manufacturing has led some to question whether the distinction between OT and IT no longer exists.
Hydrogen trains could represent the future of railways. They are cleaner, quieter and cheaper to run than diesel trains. One French company is now set to make them mainstream in Britain.
Rolls-Royce has revealed plans to build a zero-emissions plane expected to hit a target speed of over 300mph in 2020.
The luxury sports car manufacturer saw a 44 per cent increase in global sales last year, a record for the company. It also saw a rise in new domestic car sales, defying the UK trend.
A round-up of the winners and reactions from all those who won big at The Manufacturer MX Awards 2018 - the only peer-reviewed and judged programme of its kind.
A global slowdown, rising protectionism and the ever-present spectre of Brexit has seen businesses express a more pessimistic outlook for growth prospects in the coming year, with EEF warning that a ‘no deal’ is not an option.
Wet wipes manufacturer Technical Textile Services has bought competitors Whitminster International and Gloucestershire firm Klenzeen for an undisclosed sum.