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Schneider Electric prepares for Tottenham Hotspur’s Stadium Opening

Schneider Electric, a leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, and the Official Stadium Energy Management Supplier to the Tottenham Hotspur’s (‘Spurs’) new state-of-the-... 

Majority of UK business still not budgeting for post-Brexit immigration

Despite a possible exit date looming, the majority of UK businesses are unprepared for recruiting talent in a post-Brexit world, new research reveals.

Faced with the prospect of access to EU skills ... 

Hindley Circuits adds two new apprentices to its team

Young manufacturing company - Hindley Circuits – has added two new apprentices to its ranks as part of continued investment into the development of young local people.

Based in Cramlington, the ... 

Nordell visits China counterparts as part of manufacturing process expansion

Sussex-based Plastic Injection Moulding and Engineering company, Nordell, is unlocking its ambitions through a partnership with Nordell Xiamen, China. The management of the UK team has recently ... 

New indoor facilities to expand year-round winter testing capabilities

Test World has opened its new indoor test facilities in Ivalo, Finland, at a launch event attended by customers, dignitaries and journalists from around the world. The recently constructed indoor ... 

Carrier-grade virtual broadband networks gateways and virtual customer premise solutions

Lanner Electronics (TAIEX 6245), a company providing customisable SDN and NFV network appliances, announced today its partnership with netElastic to deliver virtual Broadband Network Gateway and ... 

INTECH: Trumpf shows 3D printing and AI in action

Solutions boost production output - chief technology officer, Peter Leibinger: “We must promote research in Europe because we otherwise risk falling behind China and the USA” - chief digital officer, ... 

200W power supply’s triple isolated outputs for robotic controllers and factory automation

Cosel Co today announced the release of a 200W, open-frame, configurable AC/DC power supply with triple outputs tailored for robotic controllers and factory automation. The Cosel RB series offers ... 

Solving the UK employment skills gap - your opinion counts!

An expert industry management consultancy is asking UK businesses to share their organisational skills requirements and challenges.

According to the 22nd Annual Global CEO Survey by PWC, 79 per cent of UK ... 

MHI develops autonomous "water cannon robot" and "hose extension robot" for use in firefighting

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has developed two firefighting robots: the "Water Cannon Robot" and the "Hose Extension Robot." As a team they are expected to play an active role in ... 

Targeted technical training from HBM

Engineers and consultants can boost their test and measurement knowledge with a series of online training sessions from HBM.

Run by the company’s’ technical experts, these courses focus on ... 

X-STK set to become authorised Universal Robots trainers

Two members of Applied Automation’s X-STK team been to Denmark for a week of intensive training at Universal Robot’s headquarters to become authorised Universal Robots trainers.

Universal Robots is ... 

Xylem MD warns: Industry needs to change its mentality in order to combat water shortage crisis

“Having read Sir James Bevan’s comments in the news this week, they come as a breath of fresh air for Xylem. I am a firm believer that the industry needs to change its mentality in order to combat ... 

Semta Skills Awards 2019 winners announced

Leaders from across the UK’s advanced manufacturing and engineering industry gathered at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge tonight (Thursday 21st March) for the sixth annual Semta Skills Awards. The ... 

Top businesses unite to support Yorkshire’s manufacturing event

Businesses across Yorkshire have rallied to confirm their support for this year’s Made In Yorkshire Expo, the only exhibition dedicated to the region’s manufacturing industry, which returns to Elland ... 

Are flexible working policies dividing SMEs?

Small and medium sized companies in the UK are divided when it comes to allowing their employees to work from home, according to the latest Close Brothers Business Barometer research.

Over half of ... 

Apprenticeship success continues for KNAPP

As another two apprentices – Corey Seagrove and Andy Rogers – approach the completion of their four-year training programme, KNAPP UK is preparing to recruit more young people to start in September.

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Schneider Electric invite members of the Made in the Midlands community for a tour of their Coventry Innovation Centre

Schneider Electric is hosting more than 40 Made in the Midlands members in its ... 

Firms increasingly cautious on risk-taking in the supply chain

Companies are increasingly cautious over taking risks in their supply chain, with fears over their level of dependence on suppliers and sourcing from high-risk countries dominating their thinking, ... 

 
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