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Manufacturing News, Early July, 2022

Published 3rd August 2022

MANUFACTURING  UK manufacturing loses more steam in June. British manufacturing lost more momentum in June than first estimated as new orders contracted at the fastest rate in two years, according to a survey that adds to signs of a stalling economy. https://www.reuters.com/markets/europe/uk-manufacturing-loses-more-steam-june-pmi-2022-07-01/ Britain’s manufacturers are leading the charge towards net zero and decarbonising their businesses […]

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Manufacturing News, Late June, 2022

Published 12th July 2022

MANUFACTURING UK manufacturing growth slows as output, new orders and employment rise at weaker rates. Growth in the UK manufacturing sector eased during May, as rates of expansion in output, new orders and employment all decelerated. The slowdown was driven by weaker growth of domestic demand, lower intakes of new export work and ongoing disruption […]

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National Manufacturing Day – 7th July 2022

Published 7th July 2022

National Manufacturing Day is a chance for UK manufacturers to open their doors and show the local community behind the scenes access to a sector of global importance that plays a pivotal role in the economic life of local communities across the UK.

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Manufacturing News, Late April, 2022

Published 11th May 2022

MANUFACTURING The next generation of materials to meet the needs of UK manufacturing are set to be developed by a new state-of-the-art research centre that has officially opened 20 April 2022. The University of Sheffield has officially opened a new state-of-the-art research centre to develop the next generation of materials to meet the needs of […]

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Manufacturing News, Early April, 2022

Published 20th April 2022

MANUFACTURING Almost 90% of manufacturing leaders plan to invest in technology to support a hybrid workforce during the next 12-18 months, new research reveals. According to the survey by Riverbed | Aternity, 51% of business decision makers (BDMs) in the manufacturing industry believe that half (50%) of their workforce will remain hybrid post-pandemic. Additionally, the […]

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Manufacturing News, Late March 2022

Published 7th April 2022

MANUFACTURING UK manufacturing output grew at a brisk pace in the three months to March, but the balance of manufacturers expecting to increase prices rose to a survey record high, according to the latest monthly CBI Industrial Trends Survey. https://www.cbi.org.uk/media-centre/articles/strongest-manufacturing-price-expectations-in-survey-history/  

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Manufacturing News, March 2022

Published 21st March 2022

MANUFACTURING New findings on critical plant and equipment data usage within the UK’s hi-tech manufacturing industries have revealed slower-than-expected progress toward achieving sustainability and net zero carbon reduction goals. According to The Energy Blind Spots, a new report from building analytics specialist CIM that surveyed facilities managers at life sciences and micro-electronics manufacturers, only 35% […]

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Manufacturing News, Early March, 2022

Published 9th March 2022

MANUFACTURING UK manufacturing output growth picked up in the three months to February, but the balance of manufacturers expecting price rises in the next three months was at its highest since December 1976. That’s according to the latest monthly CBI Industrial Trends Survey, based on responses from 224 manufacturing firms. https://www.cbi.org.uk/media-centre/articles/sharpest-manufacturing-price-growth-since-1976-monthly-industrial-trends-survey/

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Manufacturing News, Late February 2022

Published 22nd February 2022

MANUFACTURING The start of 2022 saw growth of UK manufacturing output and employment strengthen, as companies responded to improved new order intakes, rising backlogs of work and addressed shortfalls in capacity. Although supply chain constraints continued to stymie growth, there were signs that these were passed their peak, a factor contributing to a slight easing […]

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Manufacturing News, February, 2022

Published 9th February 2022

MANUFACTURING Leading Artificially Intelligent Engineering (AIE) software company Monolith AI and Imperial College London will use a £500,000 Innovate UK grant to launch a project to build a new type of artificial intelligence solution that will be able to assess if metal components are manufacturable and even explain why they might not be manufacturable. While […]

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