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New car-racking software is set to revolutionise the automotive shipping industry 31/08/2016

A company based at the University of Warwick has developed an innovative solution that could make shipping cars safe and more efficient.

Exel Computer Systems explore ERP at MMS 25/08/2016

Exel Computer Systems will be exhibiting at the inaugural Manufacturing Management Show, which is being held at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on 23-24 November.

UK car makers reach one million vehicles 25/08/2016

UK car manufacturers built over one million vehicles in the first seven months of the year, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has said.

Microsoft to discuss Industry 4.0 at MMS 25/08/2016

Learn from the best how to harness the IoT and Industry 4.0 in your factory at the Manufacturing Management Show.

Food giants Weetabix ensure health and safety with Alcumus SafeContractor 24/08/2016

Alcumus SafeContractor, the leading health and safety assessment scheme in the UK, has worked with food giant Weetabix to ensure safe operations at their site.

CBI survey reveals growth in exports 23/08/2016

The CBI’s monthly Industrial Trends Survey has revealed that manufacturing output and exports have grown in July, with overseas order books reaching a two-year high.

Business confidence falls again, says CMI 22/08/2016

The quarterly Credit Managers’ Index (CMI) has found that business confidence within the manufacturing sector has continued to fall after the Brexit decision.

Lifting the lid on TPS at the Manufacturing Management Show 22/08/2016

Go behind the scenes of manufacturing’s most revered operating system at the Manufacturing Management Show this November.

AFRC gains Mitsubishi as its latest member 19/08/2016

Mitsubishi Materials Group has become the latest member of the University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC).

Focus on apprenticeships, not university, urge Semta 18/08/2016

As pupils across the UK receive their A-Level results, an industry skills organisation has called for clear heads and more focus on vocational degrees and apprenticeships.

Develop your talent with Bentley Motors at MMS 18/08/2016

Tom Russell, senior development officer for future talent at Bentley Motors, will be opening this year’s Manufacturing Management Show conference programme.

Industry 4.0 is becoming a reality, say Bosch Rexroth 17/08/2016

The potential of Industry 4.0 is becoming more and more of a practical reality for manufacturers, according to Bosch Rexroth.

Import prices rise for manufacturers, say ONS figures 16/08/2016

The price of imports for UK manufacturers rose for the first time in two years in July, the latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures suggest.

Coca-Cola look at plant maintenance at MMS 16/08/2016

Learn how to get your plant maintenance back on track with Lee Baker, maintenance manager at Coca-Cola Enterprises Wakefield at the Manufacturing Management Show.

Open House Day inspires the next generation of manufacturers 15/08/2016

Bosch Rexroth and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) teamed up at the end of July to host an Open House Day for the next generation of engineers.

Aluminium company fined after life-changing accident 15/08/2016

A Manchester aluminium producer has been fined £140,000 after a worker was trapped in a machine and suffered life-threatening injuries.

JLR to open day two of MMS 12/08/2016

Nigel Blenkinsop, operations director at Jaguar Land Rover’s Solihull site, will open day two of conference sessions at the Manufacturing Management Show this November.

Apprenticeship levy to go ahead as planned, government confirms 12/08/2016

The government’s controversial apprenticeship levy will go ahead next April as planned, despite calls to delay it in the wake of Brexit.

CCEP announce investment in Morpeth 11/08/2016

Manufacturing in North East England has received a boost as Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) announced a £14 million investment into its plant in Morpeth near Newcastle.

Bombardier secure £1bn investment at its Derby plant 10/08/2016

In what has been described as the ‘biggest investment in the railways since the Victorian era’, Bombardier’s Derby site has been awarded a £1 billion contract to build trains for East Anglia.

UK manufacturers struggling to innovate, survey reveals 10/08/2016

The UK’s SME manufacturers are struggling to design new products and keep pace with demand, the SME Barometer Research report by Exact has found.

Manufacturers still wary of banking investment, says EEF report 08/08/2016

A new report from EEF has highlighted the fractured relationship between manufacturing and the banking sector, and how it has failed to recover post-credit crunch.

Letter calls for apprenticeship levy delay 05/08/2016

A group of organisations, including EEF, CIPD and the Charity Finance Group, have co-signed a letter calling for a delay in the introduction of the apprenticeship levy.

New speakers announced for SMAS 05/08/2016

More high-profile speakers have been announced for the Scottish Manufacturing Advisory Service (SMAS) National Conference at the Westerwood Hotel, Cumbernauld, from 7-8 September.

JLR and Coca-Cola on the bill at Manufacturing Management Show 04/08/2016

Some of the UK’s leading names in manufacturing excellence, including Jaguar Land Rover and Coca-Cola, are headlining the conference sessions at the inaugural Manufacturing Management Show.

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