Sunday, September 20, 2020

Manufacturers increase pace of production

UK manufacturers increased their pace of production, while sterling’s depreciation continues to fuel expectations of output price inflation, according to the CBI. The CBI’s latest...

Output up for Yorkshire & Humber manufacturers

Positive conditions abound for manufacturers across Yorkshire and the Humber, according to the latest survey from EEF and BDO. The Manufacturing Outlook survey is a...

Local MP sees manufacturing first-hand with facility visit

Andrew Jones, MP for Harrogate and Knaresborough, recently visited Belzona Polymerics to discuss the business’ queries and concerns ahead of the Brexit deadline. Mr Jones...

Rose wraps up expansion with move to £2m premises in Gainsborough

More than a dozen new jobs have been created by AMP Rose after it re-located to a purpose-built unit in Gainsborough. AMP Rose, a global...

£1m warehouse expansion for Thirsk chemical processor

Works has begun on a new £1 million warehouse facility for Thirsk-based chemical processing business, Cod Beck Blenders. The expansion at the company’s purpose-built facility...

Sheffield company sells renewable energy technology to Toyota in Australia

Toyota Australia have bought technology to produce hydrogen for use as road vehicle fuel from Sheffield clean energy company ITM Power. The sale is the...

Scunthorpe steelworks reopens after incident

British Steel re-opened its Scunthorpe site in the middle of this morning after its earlier response to an undisclosed 'incident' in conjunction with police. The...

Sheffield sweet maker wins contract with the Co-op

Historic family owned business Maxons Ltd has secured a contract for regional supply to the Co-operative as part of a local sourcing initiative which...

UK manufacturing at risk as companies reluctant to borrow

A new report from EEF, the manufactures’ organisation, says that UK manufacturing firms are still hesitant of seeking finance from banks, even a decade...

British Steel signs training contract with East Yorkshire College

British Steel and East Riding College have signed an agreement for the College to provide health and safety training to the company’s employees across...

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