A new venture is being formed at the Marshall site at Mildenhall, Suffolk.
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Cambridge specialist coatings company, Tecvac, chose the Farnborough International Airshow this week to announce its rebranding as Wallwork Cambridge.
Support for a range of containerised deployable systems for the UK Ministry of Defence is to be provided by Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group, with G3 Systems as its partner, following the award of an enabling contract. Named ‘Project Amphora’, this framework contract will last up to seven years and will enable numerous and varied equipments to continue to operate successfully as Force 2020 develops.
A super strong form of steel created through a collaboration between Cambridge University, the MoD and Indian industrial giant Tata Steel is being manufactured in the UK for use as stronger and cheaper armour for front-line military vehicles.
An organisation that has developed the world’s largest community of mechanical engineers with over 1.3 million members is helping to drive technology product design for global clients from a Cambridge UK base.
The two companies that dominate the Cambridgeshire business landscape in terms of revenue, profit and staff numbers – Marshall of Cambridge and Anglian Water – are in the top third of the UK’s top 100 private enterprises.
The Lloyd’s Register Foundation has signed a heads of agreement with TWI, the materials joining technology specialist, to provide £15 million research funding to establish the new National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) nearing completion at TWI in Cambridge UK.
Coding and marking technology world leader, Domino Printing Sciences, reports a surge in global sales in the first half of the year as it continues to expand from its Cambridge UK springboard.
Johnson Matthey chief executive Neil Carson bowed out after 10 years today with a set of annual results that had shareholders throwing back the bed covers and groping for their iPads and smartphones.
An international innovation strategy is paying handsome dividends for Bury St Edmunds flavour and fragrances specialist Treatt plc.
More than 150 senior representatives from industry and government as well as UK and multinational companies attended the annual IfM briefing day.
A new event aimed at preparing Essex manufacturers for expansion is taking place on Wednesday (May 21) at Ford Motor Company’s factory in Basildon.
New orders of £46 million and a fresh contract in the South Korean civil nuclear market have handed Luton UK manufacturer Hayward Tyler a double boost ahead of the company’s results announcement next month.
Forty per cent of manufacturing companies in East Anglia expect to increase output as the sector experiences a strong bounceback.
Speciality lighting innovation from its subsidiary in Cambridge UK is one of the key planks of a revitalisation strategy by German precious metal and technology group Heraeus as it plans resurgence after two slow financial years.
Britain’s manufacturers are facing a perfect storm with a million workers needed by 2020 to replace lost souls – and all at a time when skills in UK industry are in crushingly short supply.
- Minister praises ‘inspirational’ manufacturing scheme
- Boeing places Marshall in global supplier elite
- Norwich shoe manufacturer sold to management
- Record Q1 sales for Hexcel
- Reshoring only part of manufacturing magic, says IfM
- Hexcel spreads wings after 80 years of innovation
- Proserv lifts global cachet with £24m subsea contract
- Fairline launches new hard-top version of luxury yacht
- Domino spot on with significant growth
- Packaging giant boosts sustainability with CRedit360
- Fairline Boats leverages Miami and Istanbul showcases
- Nuclear breakthrough for Hayward Tyler
- Domino expands to reap digital printing boom
- Marshall key to Boeing military aircraft
- Proserv acquires KRG Industries Ltd
- Rise in overseas orders pumps Amarinth growth
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