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Only one in 20 manufacturers surveyed are happy with apprenticeship levy

Added: 30 Jul 2019

A survey by manufacturers’ organisation Make UK has revealed that 95% of respondents who expressed …

Schneider joins world cybersecurity watchdog

Added: 30 Jul 2019

Schneider Electric has become a founder member of the new Global Cybersecurity Alliance formed by t…

Robot pulling power gives traditional brewer the edge on loading

Added: 29 Jul 2019

Sometimes, it’s the most traditional brands that are at the cutting edge of automation. Adnams was …

How process optimisation promotes workflow

Added: 24 Jul 2019

Bürkert’s Greg Wainhouse examines how the wastewater and brewing sectors employ process optimisatio…

Chemical sector urges Johnson to deliver on exports and manufacturing growth

Added: 24 Jul 2019

A leading chemical sector organisation has urged new prime minister Boris Johnson to start deliveri…

Racing ace Button says time to get women engineers in the fast lane

Added: 23 Jul 2019

Formula 1 driver Jenson Button has used his public profile to support Santander UK’s inaugural STEM…

Engineering applicants on the rise in second quarter

Added: 23 Jul 2019

Summer may be traditionally a bad time for hiring but independent jobs board CV-Library claims that…

Stasis or industry for the process sectors?

Added: 22 Jul 2019

A mighty, Brexit-sized freeze frame has sat around the process industries for the last three years.

Delivering a better SAP system without harming product line or the bottom line

Added: 22 Jul 2019

Installing a new SAP system at short notice to boost stock management was a tall order but CSB mana…

Pumps maintenance needs to combine DIY with good advice

Added: 22 Jul 2019

Do it Yourself is a motto best applied with caution within the increasingly refined pumps systems a…

Blockchain will release the energy industry's potential

Added: 17 Jul 2019

The energy industry is understandably cautious about blockchain technology, but we should heed the …

Shell’s AM centre wins Lloyd’s coveted ‘badge of excellence’

Added: 17 Jul 2019

Lloyd’s Register has awarded a prestigious best practice qualification to Shell’s groundbreaking 3D…

Assytem's ASCO acquisition heralds French expansion

Added: 12 Jul 2019

Blackburn-based Assystem, now the world’s third largest nuclear engineering organisation has acquir…

EU directive's £17 million threat 'has put cyber security on the process agenda'

Added: 10 Jul 2019

The threat of massive multi-million pound fines for failing to safeguard against cyber security ris…

MP welcomes new food training facility as apprentice capacity doubles at site

Added: 10 Jul 2019

Redditch MP Rachel Maclean officially opened engineering training provider MGTS’s purpose-built fac…

Research reveals engineers’ creativity peaks long after others dip…

Added: 9 Jul 2019

New research claims to reveal that engineers reach peak creativity in the day long after other prof…

Huddersfield shares in €4 million Euro-donation to train new 5G experts

Added: 9 Jul 2019

A generation of 5G network experts will be trained by the University of Huddersfield, which receive…

px Group appoints Ineos Upstream’s Holmes as chief executive 

Added: 9 Jul 2019

Infrastructure solutions leader px has appointed Ineos senior executive Geoff Holmes as its chief e…

CFMS appoints former Innovate chief Gray as chairman

Added: 3 Jul 2019

Digital engineering specialist the Centre for Modelling and Simulation (CFMS) has appointed the for…

Tata Steel Scunthorpe works

Network Rail eyes steel assets to keep trains on track

Added: 3 Jul 2019

Network Rail has indicated it may be among the bidders after suggesting it was interested in part o…