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Wylfa decision 'will damage UK nuclear manufacturing supply chain'

Added: 17 Jan 2019

Process leaders have reacted with dismay to Hitachi’s announcement that it will halt construction o…

Deadline approaches for MacRobert Award for engineering innovation

Added: 16 Jan 2019

Entrants have until the end of this month to apply for one of British engineering’s most prestigiou…

Pumps to sustain a business and the environment

Added: 16 Jan 2019

On a remote farm, sustainability is a business as well as an environmental choice and it has to wor…

Virtual training sidelines downtime

Added: 15 Jan 2019

What’s the answer when you install a state of the art process system but can’t train staff on it wi…

Brexit, cyber and skills – the stuff of UK manufacturers’ nightmares

Added: 15 Jan 2019

Cyber threats and Brexit concerns top the list of industrial risks cited by UK process firms in the…

Organisations combine to lead on composites design

Added: 15 Jan 2019

Two of the leading organisations behind the development of engineering innovation and high quality …

Food sector will have a substantial diet of change to digest

Added: 14 Jan 2019

If every process firm in the UK food and drink sector qualified as a so-called ‘top quartile perfor…

Pumps sector must enhance its automation awareness

Added: 14 Jan 2019

The recent success of Seepex’s award-winning Smart Dosing Pump at last year’s ACHEMA show is a remi…

The year ahead – five tech trends that will define manufacturing in 2019

Added: 10 Jan 2019

It is perhaps an understatement to suggest that 2018 has been marred by uncertainty – from the ling…

North East companies pump up training provision

Added: 8 Jan 2019

Pumps companies in the north east have joined forces to help improve facilities at one of the secto…

Yorkshire Water investment kicks off new £70 mill environmental programme

Added: 8 Jan 2019

Yorkshire Water is investing nearly £8 million in improving two wastewater treatment works (WwTWs) …

The food waste menace in our factories… human beings

Added: 7 Jan 2019

The second biggest cause of food loss in manufacturing has been revealed in a new study to be human…

Top engineering figures honoured for their contribution

Added: 3 Jan 2019

Leading figures in the process engineering sector are among those who received New Year honours for…

At its facility in Glasgow, Sartorius Stedim Biotech now offers a complete range of chemistry testing services.

Chemical engineering pay dips but gender gap closes among young

Added: 20 Dec 2018

Chemical engineering salaries dropped slightly over the last year in Britain but there are signs th…

Alderley's £10 mill development to address UK's lab space shortage

Added: 17 Dec 2018

The UK’s largest single site bioscience campus, Alderley Park, is to be expanded by 50,000 sq ft af…

Wilo MD is new BPMA president

Added: 10 Dec 2018

Managing director of Wilo UK Richard Harden has been elected as the new president of the British Pu…

Ensuring your diesel-fuelled generators are compliant

Added: 10 Dec 2018

Emissions legislation doesn’t spell the end of the diesel-fuelled generator, says Jason Harryman of…

London domination of STEM jobs ‘could threaten regions’ ability to benefit from tech growth’

Added: 10 Dec 2018

Nine of the 10 fastest growing occupations in the UK during the period to 2024 will be tech jobs, s…

AR and VR are the key to 21st century process training

Added: 6 Dec 2018

Our workforce is increasingly tech savvy so it makes sense, says Honeywell’s Sudhir Kamath, to inco…


Anglian trounces Google, Apple and Ikea as best firm to work for

Added: 5 Dec 2018

It's official: the best large firm to work for in Britain in 2019 is a process industry company.