Forging closer trade links with China will create significant growth opportunities for innovative UK technology businesses, according to Kieron Salter, managing director of high performance engineering solutions provider, KWSP.
With the past 12 months described as “unimaginable” by chief executive, Terry Scuoler, EEF’s flagship National Manufacturing Conference brought together more than 800 influential industry and political leaders to discuss what the future holds for the UK’s industrial sector.
The UK automotive industry remains resilient despite ongoing uncertainty presented by the global economy and the UK’s future relationship with the EU, according to new research released today by Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.
The British manufacturing sector needs a “supply side revolution” in order to occupy a competitive position on the world state, according to a new report published by the Centre of Policy Studies today.
BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye are set to test a fleet of 40 autonomous vehicles later this year as part of a joint partnership between the three companies in a huge step towards making autonomous driving a reality.
Britain’s manufacturers are warning the government that walking away from the EU with no deal in place is not an option and will leave business on a cliff edge of uncertainty that will damage jobs and investment.
Autodesk and Taxal recently conducted an in-depth research study into how the Internet of Things is set to transform manufacturing over the coming years. Jonny Williamson catches up with Taxal’s Allan Behrens to go through the findings and the wider implications.
It’s never been easy to be an innovator in the manufacturing sector, but the good news is that help is at hand. From bank-backed MakerSpaces to crowdfunding and support networks, Malcolm Wheatley reports on the opportunities on offer for start ups.