Industry calls for Apprenticeship Levy payers to be able to fund wider skills training from their Levy cash. Britain’s manufacturers are calling for an urgent rethink to Government’s Apprenticeship Levy to make access to funding more flexible so that industry can develop the essential skills of the future. The call …
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Britain’s manufacturers are calling for an urgent rethink to Government’s Apprenticeship Levy to make access to funding more flexible so that industry can develop the essential skills of the future. The call comes on the back of Make UK’s report An Unlevy Playing Field for Manufacturers, which reveals that 95% …
The Plastic Industry Awards are to be held at the London Hilton on Park Lane on the 27th September where the winners from each category will be announced.
Extreme Cases designs, manufactures and supplies robust rugged cases, containers and backpacks for tough environments. Protecting sensitive equipment in the field, during transit and in operation for military and commercial applications.
The company specialises in a wide range of engineering plastics, including thermoplastics, vulcanised fibre and high performance composites and laminates.
As a result, investment by the sector has been paralysed with no evidence that there is pent up demand waiting to be unleashed and, whilst business confidence has held up with the relief of ‘no deal’ being avoided twice it remains below the levels seen ahead of the EU referendum in 2016.
stepping up to the sustainability challenge takes the temperature of sustainability progress in manufacturing and shows that despite the challenge of Brexit
TDK Corporation (TSE 6762) is pleased to announce the official opening of its TDK?Lambda UK EMC Centre located adjacent to its manufacturing facility in Ilfracombe. The company, which is celebrating 60 years in power this year, welcomed Hiroyuki Yashiro, President of TDK?Lambda Corporation who cut the ribbon at the grand opening ceremony.“It …
The most striking find this quarter is that plans to increase the number of staff are at a 10 year low. Reading this in conjunction with the intentions to invest in machinery and premises and expected sales shows the sector adapting to a new manufacturing landscape both across the South West and nationally