Despite some seismic shocks to the UK economy, a positive note characterises manufacturers’ growth strategies, with digital technologies enabling growing numbers to expand their horizons.
The Mediterranean island nation may be better known as a holiday destination, but Malta’s thriving economy is also fuelled by a mature high-value-added manufacturing sector and is now a leader in blockchain technology.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered his third Budget Statement – here are the key points which are most relevant for the manufacturing sector.
The commerce organisation representing Britain’s wine and spirits industry has urged Chancellor Philip Hammond to not raise the duty level on wines in next week’s Budget.
Employees at foreign-owned manufacturing firms in Britain are twice as productive as those at domestic-owned manufacturers, according to new research.
The forthcoming Budget needs to include a major boost to investment as part of a wide-ranging effort to fire up the Industrial Strategy and tackle the UK’s chronic productivity puzzle.
Almost three-quarters of UK consumers (73%) would choose products from companies that use renewable energy over those that don’t, according to a new survey.
A new £12.5m centre in Wolverhampton has been opened to boost high value, advanced manufacturing in the region.
The British company has won an order worth in excess of £13m for over 250 of its machines from a Scottish plant hire business.
Britain’s manufacturers have sharply applied the brakes to their investment plans in response to growing political uncertainty at home and rising fears of the impact of global trade tensions.