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.
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.
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.
Business leaders and trade unions have issued urgent warnings to government to stop gambling with the nation’s world-leading manufacturing sector and cease their plans for a wholesale reduction in import tariffs.
3D printing is enabling some remarkable things, it is transforming many industries from space and the construction sector, to the automotive industry. Here are seven innovative real-world applications of 3D printing.
Change was very much the word of the day at this year’s Make UK (formerly EEF) National Manufacturing Conference as Britain’s manufacturers came together to discuss ‘preparing for Brexit and a changing world’.
Digital twins have been one of the biggest recent developments in the world of technology. The virtual replicas of physical systems, processes or products provide a valuable real-time insight into how a physical asset is performing.