Articles by The Manufacturer
The businesses who will succeed in recruiting and retaining young talent to replace the ageing workforce are those who are most prepared to adapt to the needs of a ‘digital native’ generation.
In his keynote at LiveWorx17, PTC CEO Jim Heppelmann demonstrated how close physical objects and their digital twins have become.
When most people think of the Middle East and the industry that dominates it, they think of the oil industry.
There are a number of trigger words in sales capable of piquing a prospects interest. One of the most frequently encountered in the web hosting business is “unlimited”.
Industry 4.0, Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), Digital Transformation – it may go by different names, but there is an unmistakeable shift going on in UK manufacturing, says Nicholas Cox.
A record number of UK manufacturers have been shortlisted for the year's most rigorous test of excellence in the sector, The Manufacturer MX Awards.
The forklift truck market has seen a noticeable shift away from diesel in recent years, with many in the industry now favouring LPG for their fleet. The Manufacturer finds out why.
Why is it that, when it comes to sourcing the people they need to fill vital roles, UK manufacturers believe the deck is stacked against them?
A chance encounter in a car dealership has opened up a whole new line of business for British furniture manufacturer, Dura.
Political and policy inertia, coupled with lack of clarity on the direction of EU exit negotiations, is affecting confidence in UK manufacturing.