Articles by The Manufacturer
The University of Sheffield's AMRC have collaborated with Airbus on a project to automate the delivery of tooling supplies at Airbus' Broughton factory.
The Bristol-based tech startup is now valued at $1.7 billion after it raised investment from multinationals including Microsoft, Dell and Samsung
Colin Turner is optimistic for the south west aerospace and defence sector’s future, as long as the sector gets the right support from government
UK manufacturing’s tepid adoption of robotics is down to misplaced fear and a lack of
technological literacy. And it’s holding manufacturers back. Harry Wise reports.
The Sony Technology Centre in Wales has produced high-spec HD broadcast cameras that were used in the FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Greater public awareness of new aerospace technologies and cooperation in the piloting of such technologies are among the proposals made in a new government consultation paper on the aviation sector.
According to Inenco’s latest research, by 2020, manufacturers could face power bills up to 60% higher than they were in 2016. David Oliver discusses strategies for minimising energy costs.
Stephen Phipson highlights the latest EEF report, which shows employers take seriously the health of their workers. However, progress still needs to be made in measuring long-term absence levels and the effectiveness of investments in the health of their workforce.
London-listed Croda International is acquiring Biosector, a company which specialises in manufacturing adjuvants - used to improve the efficacy of vaccines.
People from overseas looking for digital jobs outnumber Britons by as much as fifteen to one, according to the employment website Indeed.