Author Archives: European Springs Web Team

The Importance of Apprenticeships in the Engineering and Manufacturing Industry

The manufacturing industry in the UK currently supports the employment of 2.7 million people, with the average person earning around £32,500. Despite this, we are now facing a skills gap in both the manufacturing and engineering industries. One of the… Continue reading
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Spotlight On: Pressings & Stampings

We have been spring manufacturers for over seventy years and are keen to share our passion for bespoke pressings and bespoke stampings with you. We currently produce a wide range of springs and wire forms for companies all over the… Continue reading
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Why Upskilling is Vital to the Manufacturing Industry

Over the years the UK Manufacturing Industry has fallen behind its global counterparts with regards to productivity within the workplace. One of the biggest reasons, for this fall in productivity is due to the skills shortage within the industry. UK… Continue reading
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Could IOT Hold the Key To The Next Industrial Revolution?

The Internet of Things (IoT) and smart manufacturing hold a significant amount of power when it comes to influencing how the manufacturing industry develops in the coming years. It could even be argued that these two powerhouses hold the key… Continue reading
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What Materials Do We Use in Our Springs?

In manufacturing, using high-quality materials is the best way to create an end-product that is thoroughly reliable. Our quality springs are a result of talented employees, cutting-edge machinery and high-quality base materials, in this article, we talk more specifically about… Continue reading
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European Springs Exhibition Line-Up

We at European Springs are very excited to announce our 2019 exhibition line-up. You can find us at various industry and manufacturing exhibitions in the new year, where we will be showcasing everything we do best.… Continue reading
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Everything You Need to Know About the FAST Exhibition

European Springs are proud to, once again, be exhibiting at FAST Live this year. The event is a fantastic opportunity to see what’s going on in the industry, meet the experts and attend seminars to develop your company’s processes. If… Continue reading
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Spring ‘Selfie’ Art Installation In Michelin Awarded Restaurant For European Springs & Pressings

At European Springs & Pressings we see springs everywhere we go, it’s part of who we are. What we, or anyone else for that matter, aren’t used to seeing is hats suspended from our springs in the bathrooms of one… Continue reading
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European Springs’ Take on the Annual Manufacturing Report 2019

The Manufacturer has put together their Annual Manufacturing Report (AMR) for 2019, which contains a comprehensive overview of the UK manufacturing sector’s state of mind in a year that has been turbulent to say the least. The report looks at… Continue reading
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The Rail Industry: Springs in Trains

We encounter springs every day, sometimes without even knowing it. Because of this, you may not have noticed that they are a vital factor in trains and their functionality. The hydraulics system makes the trains run the way they do,… Continue reading
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