Safety seal specialist, Roxtec UK has seen turnover rise to £6m thanks to several major orders, including Scotland's largest offshore wind farm and the polar research vessel, the 'RRS Sir David Attenborough'.
Plans for a new high-speed rail research institute at the University of Leeds received a boost following a major grant from the Local Growth Fund.
Education Secretary Damian Hinds has attacked the privilege given to academic qualifications and says vocational courses need to be more valued in order to solve Britain's productivity problem.
One of industry's leading press and springs suppliers, European Springs & Pressings, is celebrating its 70th birthday this year and its managing director says diversification has been the key to its success.
Lanarkshire-based engineering company, Edwin James Group, has posted strong results off the back of acquiring a number of British engineering firms.
Lear Corporation has developed a skills programme with Gateshead College to help the company boost its efficiency and productivity.
With the country facing its greatest political crisis of recent years, it is unsurprising that manufacturers view their future with varying degrees of uncertainty and alarm.
A highlight of the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed was the sight of a 1965 Ford Mustang driving itself autonomously up the famed hill climb with the Duke of Richmond and a BBC TV crew in the back.
Consultants' Clinic at Digital Manufacturing Week is a great opportunity for companies to help overcome major problems like digital readiness and business costs.
Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust is hoping to raise £2m to preserve the area UNESCO describes as the ‘Symbol of the Industrial Revolution.’