Category Archives: Engineering

How UK Manufacturers Stack Up In AI Investment League

There is no doubting the fact that manufacturing will become increasingly reliant on AI technology in the coming years. To some extent, there is already a significant amount of reliance on AI within the industry, especially in the US and… Continue reading
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How to Work Sustainably & Grow Your Manufacturing Business

There is a common misconception that you cannot work sustainably and grow a manufacturing business at the same time. So, we’re here to prove just how easy it is to grow your business alongside introducing and maintaining sustainable work practices.… Continue reading
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How Manufacturers Can Overcome The Brexit Effect

With the UK officially leaving the European Union on 31st January 2020, many manufacturing businesses are looking for ways to ensure their business isn’t negatively affected. Whilst it’s fair to say that Brexit will undoubtedly have some teething issues, especially… Continue reading
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British Manufacturing Remains Strong Despite Uncertain Future

In recent years, it’s fair to say that most industries across the UK have experienced some form of a downturn due to the political and economic climate faced by businesses. However, despite the worrying signs for most industries, the manufacturing… Continue reading
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Why Manufacturing Big Change Is So Difficult

With AI, robotics and automation commonly viewed as at the cutting-edge of inspirational industry, it may come as a surprise that a significant number of enterprises don’t find that smart working is giving them the outcomes they want. Adidas’ recent… 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 the skills shortage within the industry. UK based manufacturing… Continue reading
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The Future Of The European Automotive Sector

It’s fair to say that the automotive industry has been through a period of profound change in recent years – with the introduction of a whole host of new technologies into the manufacturing process. Pair the digitisation of the industry… Continue reading
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The Biggest Changes to Industry in 2019

2019 has seen some big changes in both the engineering and manufacturing industries in the UK and around the world, and as the end of the year approaches, now is the perfect opportunity to look back on the trends that… Continue reading
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 is the buzzword of the moment, but there is good reason that so many within the manufacturing industry are constantly talking about it. Whilst everyone is talking about why you should implement Industry 4.0 technologies into your business,… Continue reading
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Is Sustainability a Priority for Manufacturing?

Over the past few years, UK manufacturers have surged well ahead of other countries in terms of sustainable manufacturing. This uptake in taking more accountability when it comes to environmentally friendly practices came about after the Government introduced initiatives such… Continue reading
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