The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) requires UK companies to connect their manufacturing operations with technology, in order to deliver more agile, responsive and customer-focused outcomes. But what are the specific technologies that British industrialists need to embrace?
British-based global engineering business, Nasmyth Group is celebrating the success of its overseas operations with the delivery of its one millionth precision machined component manufactured in India.
Industry 4.0 is changing the rules of the road for manufacturers – but how can companies achieve a step change in performance using new technologies, while minimising the uncertainty of change and the associated financial risk?
The Manufacturer and workforce management company, Kronos UK, have launched a survey in order to assess the impact of fourth industrial revolution (4IR) technologies on the current and future' workforce.
Houseware manufacturer, What More UK has invested more than £750,000 in three Engineering Technology Group (ETG) machining centres in order to meet soaring demand thanks to the television programme, The Great British Bake Off.
Edinburgh-based Vert Rotors has revealed the installation of ultra-precision machinery for the manufacture of micro compressors used in satellites and medical devices, reportedly the first of its kind to be brought to the UK.
The Brexit and Trump effect don’t look to have dented UK business optimism as manufacturing confidence has reached a 20-month high, according to the latest Business Trends Report by accountants and business advisers, BDO LLP.