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IET unveils six finalists for prestigious Harvey research prize

Added: 28 Jun 2022

Six leading figures in research engineering have made the shortlist for one of the world’s most pre…

Carlsberg seals deal for consumer test of PEF bottles

Added: 28 Jun 2022

Brewing giant Carlsberg has signed a deal with a renewable chemistry company to trial the use of PE…

Senseye acquisition boosts Siemens’ predictive presence 

Added: 28 Jun 2022

Southampton-based AI solutions provider Senseye has been bought by Siemens, in a move that will fur…

COP president Sharma hails Africa cold chain initiative

Added: 26 Jun 2022

Cabinet minister and COP26 president Alok Sharma has voiced his support for a UK-backed African ini…

Red light as global supply chain index hits high risk level for first time

Added: 13 Jun 2022

Global supply chain resilience has reached the ‘high risk’ threshold on the Achilles Index for the …

Felixstowe powers a course to net zero

Added: 13 Jun 2022

The UK’s largest container port has awarded a contract for electrical technology designed to reduce…

Smurfit Kappa Nechells plant hit by massive blaze

Added: 13 Jun 2022

Europe’s biggest producer of packaged paper, Smurfit Kappa, suffered colossal damage as fire ripped…

Digital Process Manufacturing Centre targets Scotland process leaders

Added: 13 Jun 2022

The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) Group, will open a new technology centre in Ay…

Appointments: New IMechE president and key roles at Schneider, BCAS, Ashtead and ABB

Added: 31 May 2022

Phil Peel has been elected as 137th President of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers as it cele…

New visa rules ‘create door to global manufacturing talent’ claim

Added: 31 May 2022

Two newly introduced work permit routes could help allow employees of overseas businesses to work i…

Clean air specialist cleans up on international orders

Added: 31 May 2022

Specialist clean air and containment manufacturer Envair Technology has reported an 18% year-on-yea…

Valve that just keeps going secures new site contract 

Added: 31 May 2022

A pressure reducing valve installed at King’s College Hospital, London has operated on a daily basi…

North East gas/electricity networks lag on info says watchdog

Added: 30 May 2022

Some 84 percent of all digging projects now preceded by a search for underground pipes and cables, …

Tetra Pak claims fibre-based alternative is a packaging first

Added: 30 May 2022

Tetra Pak is testing a fibre-based barrier that it claims as a first for food carton packages distr…

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JM pairs up for green hydrogen ambitions

Added: 29 May 2022

Johnson Matthey is to partner Enapter, a pioneer and commercial leader in electrolyser technology t…

Nuclear engineers

Investigation reveals which engineers are most in demand

Added: 28 May 2022

Development, technical and software engineers can look forward to burgeoning employment prospects, …

Update: Metso to open rubber parts plant in Lithuania 

Metso Outotec signs €33 mill Omani deal

Added: 28 May 2022

Metso Outotec has signed a €33 million agreement for the delivery of engineering and key equipment …

Nokian expects to pay more for raw materials, logistics

Ukraine effect could offset food and drink export boom

Added: 28 May 2022

Food and drink statistics for March suggest the sector enjoyed its strongest export levels since Oc…

Energy bosses expect more cyber-attacks but slow to act, warns report

Added: 20 May 2022

More than four-fifths of global professionals working in the power, renewables and oil and gas sect…

Stark Make UK/Infor supply chain survey suggests globalisation has peaked

Added: 17 May 2022

Two years of disruption to global supply chains has transformed the nature of UK manufacturing, sug…