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Bharat Forge takes up residence at MIRA Technology Park to pursue electric vehicle ambition 23/01/2018

India’s leading metal forging company, Bharat Forge, has opened its first UK facility, the Electric Mobility Research and Development Centre, where it will be developing components and sub-systems for electric vehicles.  Read More

Celebrations at Citizen Machinery UK for long-serving employee and managing director Geoff Bryant 22/01/2018

Geoff Bryant has celebrated his retirement from Citizen Machinery UK, after 43 years of service with the company, at a pre-Christmas gathering at the firm's Bushey, Herts, location that saw 79 employees, spouses and partners, plus a group of long-serving retired employees and specialist suppliers gather together.  Read More

600 UK appoints new area sales manager for the North of England 22/01/2018

600 UK has appointed Chris Smith as new area sales manager for the North of England.   Read More

NUM to unveil new release of NUMROTO tool grinding software 22/01/2018

NUM will launch a new release of its NUMROTO tool grinding software at GrindTec 2018.  Read More

Multi-use coolant approval given by Boeing 22/01/2018

Master Fluid Solutions, the global manufacturer of TRIM cutting and grinding fluids, has confirmed that its TRIM MicroSol 590XT has now been approved by Boeing for use in multiple application areas.  Read More

SABB selected for SiG programme 19/01/2018

Engineering specialist Senior Aerospace Bird Bellows (SABB) plans to deliver significant future growth after being selected for the government-backed supply chain competitiveness programme Sharing in Growth (SiG).  Read More

Foundry divisions of Thomas Dudley Ltd merge under new company 19/01/2018

Thomas Dudley Ltd has merged both of its West Midlands foundries into one integrated new business.  Read More

CBI calls for fresh approach to skills 19/01/2018

The government, businesses and learning providers need to take a fresh approach to skills in 2018, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has said.   Read More

Milling strategy seminars aimed at aerospace sector will reveal 90% cycle time savings 18/01/2018

WNT will join forces with Open Mind, DMG Mori, Training 2000 and UCLAN during February, to deliver a series of advanced machining strategy days aimed at the aerospace sector in the north west of England. Taking place at Training 2000’s state-of-the-art Advanced Manufacturing and Automation Centre (AMAC) in Blackburn.  Read More

Budgets identified as major barrier to training 18/01/2018

A limited training budget is a major barrier to competitiveness and directly impacts profitability, Bosch Rexroth has said.  Read More

Cardiff University School of Engineering installs three XYZ ProtoTRAK 2-OP machining centres 18/01/2018

Cardiff University’s School of Engineering has invested in three XYZ ProtoTRAK 2-OP machining centres, bringing added productivity and versatility to what is an increasingly busy working environment.  Read More

Apprentice produces the right notes 18/01/2018

University of Sheffield AMRC Training Centre apprentice Oliver Marsh has scooped a major industry apprenticeship award for his role in helping a UK wheelie bins manufacturer to reduce the cost of its production processes by more than £135,000 a year.   Read More

McLaren Automotive inaugurates new carbon composites technology centre 18/01/2018

A key milestone was marked this week at the Yorkshire manufacturing centre that from 2019 will start producing carbon fibre tubs for McLaren Automotive.  Read More

Vollmer adapts web presence 17/01/2018

The Vollmer Group has launched a new website with a completely new design.   Read More

igus lean energy chain and curved rail systems at MACH 17/01/2018

igus will showcase a wide range of cost-effective, lightweight and maintenance-free bearings and cable management systems for a variety of engineering applications at this year’s MACH exhibition.  Read More

Two big-hitters join board of trustees at NMiTE 17/01/2018

The New Model in Technology & Engineering (NMiTE) – Britain’s new engineering university –  has revealed that Dame Fiona Kendrick and Professor Sir Eric Thomas have joined its new Board of Trustees, as chairman and deputy chairman respectively.   Read More

Live chat enhances WNT’s online customer support activity 16/01/2018

WNT has updated its customer support with a live-chat facility on its website.   Read More

Produmax wins SiG award 16/01/2018

Yorkshire aerospace engineering specialist Produmax has won a new national award that recognises how its staff and management have worked together and developed their skills to grow the business.  Read More

'The Year of Engineering’ campaign officially launches 16/01/2018

A campaign to transform the way young people see engineering and boost numbers entering the profession has launched.  Read More

Cornish laser and bending firm Lasermaster invests, backed by European Regional Development Fund grant 15/01/2018

A Cornish precision sheet metal laser profiling bending company has installed Bystronic Expert 100 CNC press brake and a Planar Inspecvision Scanner, following the winning of a grant from the BIG2 project funded from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).  Read More

Seventeen-employee South West firm invests £2.75 million in DMG Mori machine tools 15/01/2018

A 17-man company that is only in its sixth year is investing £2.75 million in DMG Mori machine tools in a bid to “become a centre of excellence for the South West of England”.  Read More

Matsuura appoints five new employees 15/01/2018

Matsuura Machinery Ltd has continued to strengthen its service and sales team with the appointment of five new employees.  Read More

Precision Micro to secure ISO 13485 in 2018 15/01/2018

Photochemically etched components supplier Precision Micro has outlined plans to secure ISO 13485.   Read More

FANUC urges manufacturers to prioritise skills and training for young people 15/01/2018

Coventry-based FANUC UK is urging manufacturers across the country to prioritise skills and training for young people in 2018.  Read More

Aircraft restoration project given helping hand 12/01/2018

A restoration project in Cambridgeshire has been given a helping hand from a global cutting tool manufacturer.   Read More

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