British Steel hosts visit from potential Chinese purchaser

The period of exclusivity with Turkish company Ataer Holding A.S. to complete the sale of British Steel and its subsidiaries ended in October, and...

SME manufacturing activity remains listless

Business optimism amongst SME manufacturing firms deteriorated in the three months to October, at the fastest pace since July 2016, according to the latest...

Thirsk steel trader acquires West Brom business

Thirsk-based All Steels Trading Ltd has acquired Bromford Iron & Steel in West Bromwich from the OSSL Group. With a history spanning over 200 years,...

South Yorkshire steel plant to be part of single global entity

The Liberty Steel plant at Stockbridge in South Yorkshire will be part of a single global company with 18 million tonnes of rolled steel...

Secretary of State visits air conditioning manufacturer in Leeds

Secretary of State for International Trade Liz Truss has visited Leeds-based air conditioning manufacturer Airedale International. Airedale International, based in Rawdon, has been exporting its products...

Sausage-maker Heck diversifies on back of changes in world pork markets

Major changes in global pork prices and production have led Bedale-based banger-maker Heck to diversify into other areas of the sausage and burger market. Ahead...

Yorkshire gritter maker invests £1.3m in new Scotland venture

Econ Engineering, a Yorkshire-based gritter manufacturer, has invested £1.3 million to launch a new company to service gritters and other vehicles in Scotland. With an...

Official Receiver is ready to talk to other interested parties about...

Talks to complete the sale of British Steel with Ataer Holdings will continue even though the Official Receiver has indicated a willingness to talk...

Amid gloomy outlook for manufacturers, investment plans hit post-financial crisis low

Manufacturing output continued to fall in the quarter to October, driven largely by a significant decline in the motor vehicles and transport equipment sub-sector,...

Former soldier & Sheffield engineers create launch systems for satellites

Design engineers from Sheffield have collaborated with a former soldier in the Parachute Regiment to create a novel launching systems using balloons to put...

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