The Iranian government has announced this week that it plans to make a massive purchase of aircraft manufactured by Airbus Group.
This week the mission module and payload bay were attached to the Airlander 10.
The ongoing Takata airbag recall, already the world’s largest, is set to get bigger following the recall of 5 million more vehicles by US regulators.
Closure of UK coal and nuclear plants is expected to create an electricity supply gap of up to 55% by 2025, according to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
FANUC UK has announced the launch of its latest collaborative robot, the CR-7iA, with the ability to lift payloads of up to 7kg.
Tactical military bridge manufacturer, WFEL has secured contracts worth £53m with the Australian armed forces in a boost to the UK defence sector.
A new Irish study on levels of a certain toxin in honey around the world has found Australian honey to be the world’s most contaminated.
Car manufacturing in the UK has seen its best year for a decade thanks to increased production and export figures.
A new report released today by Amnesty International claims that minerals used within lithium-ion batteries are often sourced from mines utilising child labour.
For the first time in decades, the production of steel in the People’s Republic of China has seen a decline.