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Lanes on the rise in UK's Top Track 250 companies

Drainage and water utilities specialist Lanes Group has been placed firmly in the top half of a list of the UK's top 250 mid-market private companies more

Third of workers say COVID-19 has set back their professional development

A new survey of 2,000 UK adults has revealed the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on people’s professional development more

£12m skills fund to help SMEs get on the road to recovery

Make UK is urging SMEs in the West Midlands and Worcestershire to make use of a £12m skills fund, to help them upskill staff and get on the road to recovery from COVID-19 more

Responding to the market need for quality

Yonatan Hyatt, CTO and co-founder of Inspekto, explains how AMV technology is pushing the boundaries of artificial intelligence (AI) to respond to market needs more

Manufacturers to fast track their organisations with new skills, adoption and acceleration

SME manufacturers are to pioneer an innovative, high impact programme designed to upskill their workforces to accelerate the adoption and application of additive manufacturing more

IMechE launches engineering manual for dealing with COVID-19

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers is launching a “manual” of best mechanical engineering practice and approaches for dealing with COVID-19 more

UK advanced drone system wins new Government funding to boost industrial productivity and protect workers during Covid and beyond

Advance drone system, leading a consortium of eight partners that include Sellafield, Atkins and Skanska, has won a share of £30 million from the Future Flight Challenge more

EU Automation launches free educational podcast for manufacturing professionals

To add another tier of educational content to its website, automation parts supplier EU Automation has launched EUAudio, a free podcast on industrial automation and smart manufacturing more

Real-time risk monitoring needed to keep workplaces safe and prevent closures

Advanced Analytics company Empiricai is today urging industry to invest in longer-term, sustainable, and cost-effective safety measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 more

Institution of Mechanical Engineers announce winners of prestigious awards

Jessica Reading, an apprentice at Siemens, has won the Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ Bryan Hildrew Apprentice of the Year 2020 Award more

Helen Blomqvist new president at Sandvik Coromant

As president, Helen will be responsible for enhancing Sandvik Coromant’s leading position in manufacturing tools and machining solutions and sharing the knowledge that drives manufacturing more

ABB teams up with Forescout to enhance its cyber security portfolio for customers

ABB adds to their industrial control system cyber security capabilities across the energy and process industries sectors more

Time to futureproof your factory

As some global manufacturing sectors face unprecedented pressure, there has never been a more opportune time to implement game-changing automation technologies more

NAES combustion turbine purge credit retrofit reduces power plant hot startup time

Emerson executes turnkey project that enables gas-fired plant to generate additional revenue and reduce costs more

Tracking chemicals of concern in products – SCIP database ready for use

Industry can now submit information on substances of very high concern in their articles to ECHA’s SCIP database. The aim is to make recycling of products safer more

Revolutionising liquid analytes lab testing

From prototype to full scale production, technical moulder Broanmain Plastics has assisted lab testing spectrometer innovator to develop a unique puck and slide concept more

NEBOSH announces Dr Chris Payne as new chief executive

NEBOSH, one of the world’s leading providers of health and safety qualifications and courses, has announced Dr Chris Payne as its new chief executive more

Bureau Veritas advises businesses to prioritise ethics amid new furore over modern slavery violations

Amid new furore surrounding modern slavery breaches happening in the UK, Bureau Veritas has asserted that it has never been more important for UK businesses to ensure they implement ethical practices more

COVID-19: Three changes for the engineering industry

Having shown overwhelming resilience in the face of adversity, the manufacturing and engineering sector is one that will be irrevocably changed as a result of the COVID-19 crisis more

How cable alarms are being used to thwart criminals

Cable theft has plagued South African industry for decades, and is an issue that requires much more than technology to solve more

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