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JLR, Toyota and LINPAC to headline WM Factory Safety and Maintenance Conference

Manufacturing trailblazers from Jaguar Land Rover, Toyota and LINPAC Packaging will reveal the secrets of delivering outstanding safety and maintenance standards at your site at the WM Factory Safety and Maintenance Conference 2015 on 3 June.

The event at Ettington Chase, Warwickshire offers best practice guidance on achieving world-class standards in safety or maintenance via two conference ...
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Meet the Champions

Works Management introduces the inaugural winners of our Champions Awards to showcase the people who power manufacturing success. Introducing leading lady of lean, Kirsty Wainwright

Controlled exposure

Not so much a roller coaster as a wild ride, developing and integrating control systems is getting easier and more rewarding. Brian Tinham reports

You can profit from a focus on returns

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The BFA leadership play-hut, hut

The man in charge at Britain's Best Factory didn't study at Harvard. He has no long list of post-nominals. In fact Rob Love, a time-served apprentice, doesn't hold a single A-level. Yet, by being out there on the factory floor, Love boasts ...

Stepping up to the Mark

Manufacturers say the job market is saturated with a generation of the illiterate and unemployable. So what's Mark Prisk, the man behind future industry policy, going to do about it? The WM Leaders Forum – our think-tank for the sector – ...
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American idol

The UK has long been a follower of US fashion. Bob Davis of the Association for Manufacturing Excellence tells Max Gosney about the latest manufacturing trends heading our way across the Atlantic

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Precise savings from bearing improvements

Leicester-based high precision machining firm AETC has cut maintenance costs by several thousand pounds, just by correctly specifying and fitting machine bearings.

Dawnfresh nets the benefits of new maintenance software

Dawnfresh Seafoods has installed a new computerised maintenance management system (CMMS) to manage engineering maintenance at its main production site in Uddingston, Lanarkshire.

Handheld terminal wins design award

Casio Computer Co. has announced that the DT-X7 handheld terminal - intended for users in retail, transportation, logistics and other industries - has been recognised with the iF product design award 2008, one of the worlds leading industrial design honours.