Smart factories are set to become a revolutionary force of the manufacturing industry and provide a massive boost to the global economy, according to a new report by multinational information technology consulting company, Capgemini.
Chinese garment manufacturer, Tianyuan Garments Company has announced that it will build a new automated clothing factory in the United States.
Dan Hayes discovers the inspirational tale behind the duo returning trouser manufacturing to Hebden Bridge – a story of no-compromise, high quality Made in Britain.
Multinational manufacturer of athletic and casual footwear, PUMA, has launched a pilot project to create what it describes as the world's first intelligent and decision-making warehouse.
British luxury fashion house designer, Burberry Group has dropped plans to redevelop a site in Leeds as a new factory, despite sales figures rising unexpectedly by more than 4% in three months.
Turnstyle Designs is delighted to announce that the company has celebrated 25 years in business, 25 years of manufacturing in Britain and 25 years of setting the standard of design-led architectural ironmongery.
British-based international shoe manufacturer and retailer, Clarks, is to open a new manufacturing unit in Somerset – more than a decade after moving production to the Far East.
The world’s largest manufacturer of modular carpets, Interface, has unveiled a carbon negative carpet, which is binding, reversing and absorbing CO2 within its manufacturing process.
Industry surveys have reported as much as 65% of manufacturers globally will be using a service-based selling model as opposed to product-based by 2020.
Advancements in technology have demolished the line between the digital and physical worlds. Intelligent, interconnected systems seamlessly support and perform activities across the entire business.