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.
Manufacturing news across diverse industry sectors in Cambridge & the East of England.
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.
Cambridge UK business Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group (Marshall ADG) has been awarded a long-term contract by the Netherlands Defence Material Organisation (DMO).
Domino UK’s coding and marking technology has been highly commended for its sustainable qualities at a major industry awards ceremony.
Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group (Marshall ADG) in Cambridge has won deals from two major aviation players in Scandinavia.
Domino Printing Sciences, a global coding & marking industry leader, has vowed to continue pumping millions into new products despite a profits fall in the last 12 months.
Cambridge inkjet printing technology firm, Domino UK has been recognised in two categories in the prestigious EEF Future Manufacturing Awards 2013. The company goes onto the national finals in London on January 30.
Location technology business Ubisense has tapped into a gold mine with its smart factory system, which is racking up millions with major automotive manufacturers.
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- 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
- Strong first quarter for Johnson Matthey
- Broadcrown takes space at Mount Pleasant House
- Cambridge leads UK manufacturing revolution
- US writedown plunges Domino into loss
- Marshall and Anglian Water stay pace in hot 100
- Prospects improve for local manufacturers
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