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UK car manufacturing grows again, but Brexit concerns are looming

UK car manufacturing saw its eleventh consecutive month of growth in June, according to the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

Over 158,500 new cars were built in June – a 10.4% increase on June 2015 and the highest level for the month since 1998. It also brought to an end the best first half to any year since the ...
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A surge of energy

Energy efficiency was once seen as an expensive bolt on policy for companies, but as Mark Venables discovers, recent ESOS legislation has spurred a rapid rethink

The in-out FM referendum

Steed Webzell speaks to experts in the FM arena convinced by the benefits of either outsourcing or insourcing strategies. So, are you in or out?

CI Dilemma: The lion and the lamb

A team leader is a 5S fanatic win front of management, but it’s a very different story when he’s with his shopfloor pals

It's crucial that we remain in the EU

James Selka, chief executive of the Manufacturing Technologies Association

Meet the Champions - Gary Ashby

Process technician, Gary Ashby transformed an unfancied factory area into the pride of the site. Here is the tale of a true unsung hero

Meet the MMS Sponsors - Brammer

Visit Brammer on stand C19 and see how Insite?? can boost your bottom line says Richard Raybould

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Mi3 Ltd makes a long-term investment with EFACS E/8

Replacing an old bespoke ERP system with a modern off-the-shelf solution always demands careful planning. It proved a rewarding challenge for Mi3 Limited which produces disposable medical products.

Atlas Copco announce three new additions to its range

Improved flow and energy savings form the backbone of the three new additions to Atlas Copco’s range of large screw compressors.

Listen up! Headsets to keep your tours in tune

When taking guests on a tour of your factory, keeping them safe is always the number one priority. And in noisy working environments, that often means protecting their hearing. Guests fall under individuals that businesses have a legal responsibility to protect under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

Burning Question

Theresa May

Will Theresa May be a good PM for UK manufacturing?