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?
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.
Science Minister Jo Johnson has announced that grants worth up to £10m are being made available to help develop commercial launch capability for spaceflight and stimulate the commercial spaceflight market.
Manufacturers and third-party logistics providers (3PLs) need to collaborate even more closely if they want to realise significant mutual growth. Chris Fenton, managing director of Industrial & Transport for Wincanton plc, explains why.
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.