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Make UK, the manufacturers' organisation, welcomes the introduction of new 'flexible furlough' arrangements from 1 July, which offer financial and operational benefits, but highlights areas where employers must take particular care.
Make UK highlights the case for Government to help manufacturing recover from COVID-19 by implementing a new scrappage scheme for old IT, plant and machinery equipment to incentivise cash-strapped firms to invest in automation and digitisation to boost output and exports.
The Government has announced the extension of its furlough scheme until the end of October to support the 47% of UK businesses who are using it to combat COVID-19.
Make UK has partnered with Next Gen Makers in order to help manufacturers to attract, recruit and inspire more young engineers, into the sector.
The annual Make UK/BDO Regional Manufacturing Outlook warns of damaging double whammy hit to regions from ‘no deal’.
Make UK and Santander analysis, ‘UK Manufacturing: 2019/20 The Facts’, shows Europe remains the dominant market for UK goods.
Britain’s manufacturers are warning of the potential impact of ‘no deal’ economic lunacy as a survey shows that prospects for the sector are continuing to weaken as the uncertainty of Brexit drags on.
In response to Theresa May’s resignation, Britain’s manufacturers call on whoever takes over as Prime Minister to find a solution to the Brexit dilemma at speed.
The UK’s industrial trade and technical media gathered together to hear the latest news from leading companies at a top London venue.
Following the launch of a £20 million North West pilot before Christmas, the manufacturers’ organisation Make UK (formerly EEF) called on the Chancellor Philip Hammond MP to increase investment in the Made Smarter business support programme and roll it out nationally as early as this year.
EEF, The Manufacturers’ Organisation, takes a historic step forward and announces its new name and identity – Make UK.
A new EEF survey shows that, with just six weeks to go until the UK leaves the EU, less than one in five of manufacturers are prepared for a no-deal scenario.
EEF welcomes the Withdrawal Agreement published last week, believing it safeguards the key outcomes that will enable manufacturers to plan for the future with a far greater degree of certainty.
Britain’s manufacturers apply the brakes to investment plans in response to growing political uncertainty at home and rising fears of the impact of global trade tensions.
EEF has launched a new training course to re-train and up-skill employees covering the knowledge and practical skills involved with robotic and automation engineering.