Matthew Hancock MP for West Suffolk and Minister for Skills, visited manufacturing giant Marshall of Cambridge to be updated on the work the company is undertaking and to be briefed particularly on its many and varied training initiatives.
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Great Yarmouth based energy services company Proserv has won a multi-million dollar contract in Angola, underpinning the company’s fast-evolving subsea status and increasing demand for its sampling system innovations.
Electronics thermal management innovator Cambridge Nanotherm is to build its first prototype manufacturing plant in the UK technology cluster after winning £250,000 in matched funding from the Technology Strategy Board.
Innovative Cambridge technology business, XJTAG, is running a free boundary scan training workshop at the UK's Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry on June 12.
A new report co-authored in Cambridge, suggests that the global production shift to Asia may have “run its course” and points to “undervalued” mid-sized manufacturing firms as essential to UK economic regrowth.
Luxury boat builder Fairline has made a huge investment in its manufacturing facilities in Corby and returned to profit after making losses since 2009. The manufacturing scale-up caps a successful turnaround investment programme over the last 18 months for the Oundle-headquartered company.
A bullish first quarter performance saw the UK share price of Cambridge inkjet technology group Xaar soar 65p (15.48 per cent) to a new a high of 485p.
British manufacturing icon Lola Composites has been reborn almost a year after falling into administration – and the new owners are already hiring at the heart of the Cambridge technology cluster.
Cambridge UK industrial business Johnson Matthey has bought a stake in the future of chemicals innovation with a £107 million international acquisition.
Cambridge inkjet technology business, Domino, saw its UK share price dive 35.50p (over five per cent) to 664.50p after refusing to back a fundraising bid by US subsidiary TEN Media.
Cambridge is hosting one of four new flagship research centres as part of a £45 million manufacturing revolution steered by the UK government.
Cambridge based Johnson Matthey, which deals in specialist chemicals technology, expects to lose £35 million after failing to persuade a South African partner to renew a market development agreement.
Grant Thornton UK has been chosen to support a new Government funded scheme to help ambitious manufacturing businesses achieve greater success, with the firm’s Cambridge office assisting local companies to access the programme.
Norfolk-based manufacturing business, Display Products Ltd, is set for expansion after securing a new £67,000 asset finance agreement with Santander Corporate Banking.
Cambridge and Cranfield Universities in the UK are spearheading a drive to recruit postgraduate students to develop the next generation of ultra precision manufacturing systems and products.
Marshall of Cambridge and its importance to the UK defence industry was highlighted in a Government visit.
- Xaar shares soar on revenue and profit growth
- Domino innovation boosted to counter tough markets
- Lion’s pride as investment roars
- Hayward Tyler supports Fiennes expedition
- Johnson Matthey takes profit and revenue hit
- Ubisense support for smart factory power play
- Park home manufacturer seeks further growth
- Feelgood factories drive manufacturing surge
- Marshall creates new defence powerhouse
- £2.25m manufacturing startup programme launched
- Jeyes appoints new CEO
- ARM among tech leaders backing Cambridge HVM summit
- Prism on board for gas detection monitor project
- Teknomek shows steel with growth strategy
- Enclosures made for Raspberry Pi
- German acquisition for Asteelflash
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