The UK government has confirmed a ban on the supply of plastic straws starting next April. We spoke to the two leading paper straw makers supplying McDonald’s in the UK and Ireland.
A new survey has found that many manufacturing firms don't have plans to take advantage of the increase of the Annual Investment Allowance.
From making Wes Anderson’s Fantastic Mr. Fox to Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride, we spoke to the blockbuster worthy puppet maker behind some of hollywood's most animated characters.
Italian carmaker Fiat Chrysler has proposed a merger with French firm Renault in a potentially “transformative” partnership for the automotive industry.
From masking tape to med-tech, adhesive part maker BDK has a dynamic yet secure history. Today, it remains on a roll. We spoke to managing director, Nick Falconer.
If employers managed their people better, they could solve productivity problems and add £110bn to Britain’s economy, a new report has found.
Nine companies based in the North West are the first in the country to benefit from a government programme designed to boost the country's productivity and growth through the adoption of digital technology.
Growing regulatory change and uncertainty is impacting the vast majority of UK process manufacturers, but they are responding by investing in new technologies and leveraging the cache surrounding 'Brand Britain'.
Despite a rocky political environment, latest statistics show UK exports hit a record-breaking high of £639.9bn in the 2018/19 financial year.
The ability to reprogramme a satellite in orbit is the stuff of science fiction. Nick Peters and Maddy White visited Airbus Defence & Space to find out more about the first ever 'Chameleon’ satellite.