The latest Annual Manufacturing Report has revealed the forms of connectivity UK companies are using in their factories.
A leading industrial equipment producer, Brother Industries is aiming to eliminate manual processes in its service parts inventory via an automated cloud-based system.
For the first time, this year’s Annual Manufacturing Report included a section on factory connectivity – with the data revealing a sense of optimism within UK manufacturing.
Martin Flint, Director of Working Capital at Lloyds Banking Group, looks at practical ways companies could make a difference to the way they manage working capital.
Electric vehicle startup Faraday Future has reportedly canceled its plans to build a large automobile factory in Nevada.
One of the world’s leading speciality chemicals companies, Evonik, has announced a €100m investment in digitalisation and has entered a strategic partnership with IBM and Germany’s Duisburg-Essen University.
Leading bridge and engineering services specialist, Mabey has halved the manufacturing time for its modular bridge panel and chords thanks to a £2.6m investment in advanced robots.
Samsung is set to expand its US operations with the planned opening of a new $380m home appliance manufacturing plant in South Carolina.
Of the 656,000 new US manufacturing jobs created between 2010 and 2014, two-thirds can be attributed to foreign direct investment, according to Reuters analysis of federal data.
The Manufacturer sat down with the head of GE Additive, Mohammad Ehteshami, to discuss what the future holds for additive manufacturing.