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According to a survey, Britain’s manufacturers enter 2018 optimistic that a growing global economy will sustain new orders and industry growth.
Investment by Britain’s manufacturers has seen a reality check in response to the continued political uncertainty according to a study by EEF and Santander.
British manufacturing continued its climb up the global rankings as growth returned last year, according to facts and figures published by EEF and Santander.
EEF has created a set of free ‘Top Trumps’ cards to drive awareness and interest in careers in manufacturing and engineering.
The Government has now approved a third runway at Heathrow Airport to expand UK airport capacity. Have they made the correct decision?
EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation, and Oracle have joined forces to get UK manufacturers fit for the 4th industrial revolution (4IR).
A new report shows that manufacturers’ business confidence has dropped following the vote for Brexit, with every region showing a decline in optimism.
The CIPS/Markit manufacturing PMI figures published today show UK manufacturing at a five month high, how or will the EU referendum affect this?
Today, the Government has approved an ambitious Carbon Budget out to 2032, underlying a strong UK framework for continued investment in renewables.
Britain has officially voted to leave the EU but what does this mean for the manufacturing industry and what comes next?
The Queen’s speech set out a range of measures to modernise the UK’s economy, including legislation around driverless cars and the digital age.
The EEF says the government must use this month’s Spending Review to send a clear signal to business that it is getting behind the areas that matter most to growth.
The EEF manufacturing leaders’ survey reveals that new products and markets are raising manufacturers’ prospects in the 2013 growth race.
The latest EEF/JAM Recruitment survey says government should resist vested interests and put employers in the driving seat for training whilst cutting national insurance for apprenticeships.
A key part of the government’s flagship programme to help get the long term unemployed back to work is seeing virtually no take up from Britain’s manufacturers.