The managing director of Birmingham-based Bracebridge Engineering, which makes precision presswork equipment, has said that it finds it difficult to compete with the appeal and pay of the services sector.
Andrew Essom, sales manager for Rical Group, and his colleagues are tired of the mixed messages about UK manufacturing from statisticians and the press, and says the gloom doesn’t reflect his company’s experience in 2012.
Sizzling sausages! The largest ever Cumberland sausage has been made and cooked in a small Cumbrian village.
As part of a technology partnership worth £1.5m, BAE Systems and UK Sport have tested wheelchairs used in the London 2012 Paralympics in a wind tunnel normally reserved for fighter jets.
An uptake of science, technology, engineering and maths subjects at A-level will result in more students progressing on to study these subjects at university. Kimberley Barber finds out how some of the top engineering universities are preparing for this influx?
A-level results have shown an increased uptake in important subjects for manufacturing and engineering. Today's results will shape the industry, but how?
Although the UK jobs market continues to slide, engineers are in high demand across many different sectors, according to a comprehensive survey.
Top global names have announced deals that will shape the future of British engineering.
British engineering has received a massive boost this morning as the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg announced a series of UK deals which will lead to hundreds of jobs.