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How Can Manufacturing Thrive Following COVID-19?

With the Chancellor leaving manufacturing out of his summer statement, it is vital that our industry continues to plan how to secure its place on the global market during these harsh times. While some areas of the press consider this… Continue reading
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Why Post Pandemic STEM Education Is Vital To Manufacturing’s Recovery

STEM education has been vital throughout the last few years, as manufacturers look to address the skills gap in the coming years. However, it could be argued that this type of education could well be more important than ever before… Continue reading
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Optimism Surrounding Potential Manufacturing Industry Growth

Despite the gloomy outlook for most industries following the peak of the Coronavirus pandemic, there is a genuine optimism from many businesses within the manufacturing industry. There is a firm belief that the sector is robust and established enough to… Continue reading
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What Makes the Perfect Spring Manufacturer?

As a leading spring manufacturer, here at European Springs, we know what customers should be looking for when they need custom springs made to their exact specifications. However, perhaps you’re new to the world of spring manufacturers, you know you… Continue reading
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The Future of The Automotive Industry

The automotive industry is forever adapting to a rapidly changing world. Consumers are drawn to technology that makes their lives easier, and that includes how they get around. The automobile is no longer just technical, it is a social commodity… Continue reading
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How Manufacturing Is Springing Back Following COVID-19 Pandemic

Some businesses within the manufacturing industry did take a hit during the Coronavirus pandemic, but as more businesses return to work and adapt to the new normal, there is optimism around the sector. Taking a closer look at how manufacturing… Continue reading
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Why Now Is The Perfect Time To Focus On Equipment Maintenance

With many manufacturing businesses continuing to work throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, it’s fair to say that some of the equipment your business uses on a regular basis will be in need of some TLC. Focus has been placed predominantly on… Continue reading
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Manufacturing News Round Up May 2020

It’s fair to say the last few months have brought up some negative stories around the industry due to the Covid-19 situation; however, in the last month there have been some fantastic, positive news stories pouring out of the sector.… Continue reading
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The Future of Industry 4.0

With the manufacturing industry experiencing disruption as we have never faced before, it’s not surprising that a lot of things have been put on hold. Industry 4.0 was a much talked about subject before the global pandemic, but it still… Continue reading
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Springs in the Medical Industry

There’s no denying that the current COVID-19 pandemic has increased the pressure on a whole host of industries to produce components for vital equipment for our NHS. Even before the Coronavirus outbreak, we found that the medical sector was among… Continue reading
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