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CEEMET warns Brexit a lose-lose' situation for EU manufacturers

16th February 2016

A British vote in favour of leaving the EU would be a "lose-lose" situation for manufacturers in the UK and across the EU, according to a paper from the EU manufacturing association CEEMET. The ...

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The BAE Systems Terrier tank is the Swiss Army Knife' of combat vehicles

16th February 2016

The British Army has unveiled its reworked BAE Systems' Terrier tank - a combat vehicle described as the Swiss Army Knife' of combat vehicles due to its multitude of tools and functions. The ver...

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50 SHADES OF RECRUITMENT . TOP 10 POSITIONS

11th February 2016

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EMS LOVE RIDDLE

11th February 2016

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UNIVERSITY OF CHESTER OFFERS FREE ENGINEER WORK PLACEMENTS

11th February 2016

University of Chester offer a free 5 week placement of Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronic & Electrical Engineering graduates! Did you know 32% of placement graduates e...

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Digital infrastructure threatens UK as location for Industry 4.0

9th February 2016

Britain's place at the forefront of the 4th industrial revolution is at risk through lack of Government planning for a world class digital infrastructure according to the body representing UK...

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Chair and deputy announced for Women on Boards Review

9th February 2016

The Chair of GlaxoSmithKline, and former Chair of RBS and Sainsbury's, Sir Philip Hampton, has been appointed to lead an independent review on increasing representation of women in the executive ...

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Latest furniture industry statistics reveal tangible manufacturing growth

9th February 2016

According to the latest industry statistics released by the Furniture Industry Research Association(FIRA), the UK's furniture manufacturing sector has recorded a provisional turnover in 2014 of...

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Manufacturing Firms Want Government Business Broadband Review

9th February 2016

Manufacturers association warns the rising cost of broadband could harm industry and wants government to install provisions for futureproof infrastructure EEF, the manufactu...

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Skills gap could put brakes on UK's car manufacturing boom - Automotive Council and SMMT

9th February 2016

The UK's booming car industry, one of few bright patches in the country's struggling manufacturing sector, is being threatened by a shortage of skills There are up to 5,000 current vacanci...

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SMEs in upbeat mood, according to survey

7th February 2016

Small and medium-sized (SMEs) manufacturers have indicated that they are optimistic for the future in a recent survey. In a CBI survey of 426 SMEs, optimism towards the next quarter of the ...

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AMTC apprentices are out of this world

7th February 2016

Engineering apprentices at the MTC's Lloyds Bank Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre (AMTC) near Coventry are celebrating after reaching the final of a national competition to design a habitat...

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IET invests £3m to tackle lack of engineers in industry

7th February 2016

IET invests £3m to tackle lack of engineers in industry Through its Diamond Jubilee Scholarship programme, the IET has awarded 102 scholarships to UK students who started eithe...

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BOSCH TO SCALE BACK KNOWSLEY SITE

7th February 2016

BOSCH TO SCALE BACK KNOWSLEY SITE The business said that the proposal for the Manesty site is not one that it took lightly, adding that it has looked at other options over the last years but identi...

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World-class engineering facility to be built in Port Talbot

4th February 2016

First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones, visited TWI Technology Centre in Port Talbot this week to announce EU funding in support of a new research institute for advanced engineering. The First Mi...

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