The global economy has undergone a great deal of turbulence in the last year, with numerous economic and political events shaking up a variety of markets.
Factory built and kit versions UK sportscar manufacturer, Westfield has secured a deal worth up to £30m to export self-driving vehicles to South Korea.
Desktop Metal has secured a $115m Series D investment to further accelerate the company’s rapid business growth and adoption of its end-to-end metal 3D printing systems.
Chewing gum giant, Wrigley Company, has announced that pretax profit has grown to almost £60m for its UK manufacturing operation.
The first phase of a £246m government investment into battery technology will be launched today, geared towards ensuring the UK builds on its strengths and leads the world in the design, development and manufacture of electric batteries.
Manufacturer of pharmaceutical medicines, vaccines and consumer healthcare product, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has announced to restructure UK business due to manufacturing shake-up.
A European study into the effects of pesticides on bee colonies has shown a conclusive link between the use of certain chemicals and bee population decline.
US metal products manufacturing company Arconic (formerly Alcoa) has come under scrutiny over the role of one of its products in the fatal Grenfell Tower fire in London.
A Chinese province ran the entirety of last week on 100% renewable power, demonstrating the country's commitment to green energy.
Automotive giant, Ford Motor Compay has announced the recall of more than 400,000 Ford Transit van and bus vehicles built in its Kansas City assembly plant from January 2014 to June 2017.