John Reid took over Michelin’s ailing Dundee tyre plant in 2010 and not only saved it from closure, but turned it into a world-leader. He told Editor-at-large Nick Peters how he did it.
China has revealed an ambitious plan to build a $50+ trillion global power grid by 2050, which would be powered by renewable energy.
Specialist engineering business and the 2015 TMMX Awards Exporter of the Year, Hayward Tyler Group, has announced revenues of £61.6m for FY2015 - an increase of 27% over the previous year.
Glasgow-based M Squared Lasers, a leading force in the UK’s growing laser and photonics sector, has received a further investment of £1.65m from BGF (Business Growth Fund) to support its continued rapid growth.
Anyone in the market for an ERP system needs to get to grips with every last detail of functionality before placing their order, warns Malcolm Wheatley. Mistakes can be costly.
Microsoft has announced plans to streamline the smartphone hardware business it bought from Nokia in 2014 for $7.2bn.
The second in Atos and The Manufacturer's series of “Industry Insight” videos has been released, featuring exclusive insight from key players in the sector.
Running a global distribution operation is a complex task and takes thousands of hours to optimize at profitable level.
Steel companies across the world are urging G7 leaders meeting in Japan to act together to prevent Chinese steel being dumped unfairly, distorting markets across the globe.
The world’s largest concentrated solar power plant was shut down last week after a small fire broke out at the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System, located near the California-Nevada border.