UK manufacturing continues to grow from strength to strength amid significant domestic, global and technological disruption. That growth has been reflected in much of the news our Editorial team have reported over the past 12 months.
Here are the 10 news stories of 2018 our audience of manufacturing decision-makers engaged with the most!
On the evening of November 15, the elite of the UK manufacturing community gathered for a glittering gala dinner to celebrate The Manufacturer MX Awards 2018, and what a night it was.
The announcement of the successful finalists culminated in the reveal of the winners of the prestigious ‘Manufacturer of the Year’ Award 2018, which was picked up by Accolade Wines.
A 2018 report released by the World Economic Forum revealed that only 25 countries are in the best position to gain, as production systems stand on the brink of exponential change. Is the UK among them?
The most inspirational individuals working in UK industry were announced during The Manufacturer’s flagship Digital Manufacturing Week in Liverpool at a gala reception celebrating the launch of The Manufacturer Top 100 2018 report.
As Britain prepares to negotiate fresh trade deals abroad, new global research from Barclays Corporate Banking revealed that 39% of international consumers would be more inclined to buy a product if it displayed the Union Jack.
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The automation of production is accelerating around the world, according to figures published by the International Federation of Robotics, which shows global robot density is on the rise.
A career in industry is failing to appeal to the next generation of designers, makers and innovators, with only 3% of young women contemplating a job in manufacturing or engineering.
The Chancellor launched a review of business productivity to boost the UK’s performance and deliver higher wages for people across the country.
Independent London brewery, Beavertown, announced in June that beer giant Heineken would obtain a minor stake in the company. Was this another craft beer producer selling out?
A 200mph electric supercar – dubbed a “British engineering tour de force” – is to be developed and built by new company, Dendrobium Automotive.
Gifted photographers from across the UK captured iconic manufacturing images that portray the boldness and creativity of British manufacturing for EEF’s ninth annual national photography competition.