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ABP wins two-year paper import contract at Port of Hull

ABP has won a two-year contract with Belgium-based manufacturer VPK Packaging Group to handle 35,000 tonnes of paper per year at the Port of...

Siemens Gamesa Hull factory makes first 75-metre turbine blade

The first wind turbine blade for a huge new wind farm off the coast of East Anglia has been manufactured by Siemens Gamesa in...

Head office acquisition sees North Yorks manufacturer double workspace

Contract Production Ltd (CPL) has acquired its current head office and production facilities in Pickering, expanding into a third adjoining unit as part of...

Irish rail operator signs new supply deal with British Steel

British Steel and Northern Ireland’s national rail operator Translink have agreed a new long-term supply contract. It will see British Steel supplypremium rail into a series...

Sheffield University shares in £35m research programme with UK steel industry

A £35m research network will see UK steelmakers and university scientists work together on a seven-year programme to transform Britain’s steel sector. Industrial and academic...

Scunthorpe grain-handling specialist seals contracts worth £2m

North Lincolnshire grain processing and storage systems manufacturer McArthur Agriculture has posted an impressive 12 months after sealing over £2m of new contracts. The company, which...

New hub launched to increase electrification in UK manufacturing

A new Hub, led by the University of Sheffield, is combining expertise in electrical machines and manufacturing for the first time, aiming to put...

Yorkshire technology manages contractors in Cumbrian water project

Assurance technology created in Yorkshire is being used across 100km of pipeline, allowing United Utlities to manage contractors and meet Ofwat’s regulatory requirements for its £300m...

UK manufacturing output falls to 15-month low as industry anticipates cliff...

The UK economy has had a stuttering start to 2019, with output in the manufacturing sector plunging to its lowest point since October 2017,...

Manufacturing makes a stuttering start to 2019

The UK economy has had a stuttering start to 2019, with output in the manufacturing sector plunging to its lowest point since October 2017,...

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