UK manufacturers need to get a grip of the new industrial landscape globally and adapt their strategies accordingly, Cambridge experts have warned.
Manufacturing news across diverse industry sectors in Cambridge & the East of England.
Globally renowned composites technology business Hexcel is expanding its premises and activities at its Duxford site near Cambridge UK on the wings of new business, notably in the aviation sector.
Rapidly-evolving energy services company Proserv has been awarded its largest contract yet for subsea controls by a leading oilfield service company, reinforcing the company’s global footprint and market-leading position in the subsea technology sector.
Iconic UK yacht maker Fairline Boats has introduced a new hard-top version of one of its most luxurious and successful models, the Squadron 78 CUSTOM.
Sales at Domino Printing Sciences in the four months to the end of February 2014 were five per cent ahead of the equivalent period last year.
European packaging giant DS Smith has invested in Cambridge UK technology from CRedit360 to track its environmental and social impacts with greater precision and take its sustainability reporting to the next level.
Oundle-based Fairline Boats is gearing up for an exciting year ahead as it plans to showcase the best of British craftsmanship at trade shows around the world.
Luton based engineering group, Hayward Tyler has gained a major foothold in the nuclear market and won significant global contracts in conventional power and oil & gas in a fresh surge of export business.
Inkjet technology business Domino has officially opened a new facility in Cambridge UK as it prepares for a boom in its digital printing business.
Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group in Cambridge has played a key role in the ongoing development of a maritime patrol aircraft for Boeing.
Energy production technology services company Proserv has bolstered its subsea manufacturing capabilities and specialist integrated services with the acquisition of KRG Industries Ltd.
Implementing an effective management structure has helped a Suffolk manufacturer boost its export markets, increase its sales and take on eight new people.
A world-leading Cambridge inkjet company has received a coveted accreditation from the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) for its in-house training programmes.
Precious metals innovator Johnson Matthey plans to target new markets for its technology internationally from its Cambridge UK headquarters.
Luxury boatbuilder Fairline Boats, which has operations in Oundle, near Peterborough, and Corby in the East of England, reports a highly successful international sales payback from the 2014 London Boat Show.
Shares in Cambridge inkjet printing business Xaar plc were changing hands at a brisk rate in the UK as the company confirmed a huge rise in revenues and a near-doubling of investment in new technology.
- Dutch Air Force deal for Marshall Aerospace
- Domino i-Tech into Hi-Tech
- Marshall wins Scandinavian aircraft deals
- Domino picks its battles in competitive inkjet arena
- Domino dominates EEF Future Manufacturing Awards
- Ubisense smart factory tech racks up the millions
- Johnson Matthey profits in overdrive
- Furniture manufacturer tables plea for workers
- Industry powerhouse displays research collaborations
- Cambridge toasts 75th anniversary of microfilm
- Twin deals for Porvair
- Government must do more to stimulate growth – EEF
- Revolutionary engine technology set for rollout
- Indian bummer for Domino
- Region’s manufacturers flag up investment surge
- New 3D printer can produce cells and aircraft parts
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