Yorkshire manufacturer creates the shape of things to come in 3D printing

Jimmy Thomson, Business Development Manager and Mark Viner, Blast & Wash Division

New tech shows the shape of things to come in 3D printing

A Yorkshire manufacturer is driving forward the UK’s adoption of 3D printing and additive manufacturing with the launch of new robotic blasting technology.

Northern Powerhouse Minister praises MCMT skills gap blueprint

L/R: Bekki Phillips (In-Comm Training), Christopher Greenough (Salop Design & Engineering), Gill Hamer (Marches LEP), Jake Berry (Minister for Local Growth and the Northern Powerhouse), Matthew Snelso

Northern Powerhouse Minister praises MCMT skills gap blueprint

One of Shropshire’s largest training facilities has received the seal of approval from the Government’s Minister for Local Growth and the Northern Powerhouse.

Garry Keith

Garry Keith of JumpStart

London firms lead the way for R&D savings

New figures released by HMRC show that London companies are outshining the rest of the UK when it comes to making significant R&D tax savings.

Huge growth as family firm sets sights on becoming leading provider

Back, from the left, CK Quality’s Craig Herbert and Karl Herbert with front, from the left, Patrick Herbert, Jane Talbot of the University of Warwick Science Park and Paul Herbert

Huge growth as family firm sets sights on becoming leading provider

The Coventry firm provides engineering and containment solutions for the automotive industry and is pushing forward with ambitious growth plans.

Meet the MD: Patrick Stannah, Stannah

Meet the MD: Patrick Stannah, Stannah

Stannah may be to the stairlift what Hoover are to the vacuum cleaner, but they’re actually a very innovative engineering firm with a lot more products on their books. Patrick Stannah is a joint MD of the family business, and he tells us a bit more about his role.

Riddell Graham

Riddell Graham, VisitScotland

Full steam ahead

Galashiels lad Riddell Graham, one of the directors at VisitScotland, is looking forward to the further benefits that the Borders Railway will bring not only for tourism but for the wider economy.

Paul Campbell

Paul Campbell, Scottish Water, head of learning and organisational development

Water goes hi-tech

Paul Campbell, head of learning and organisational development at Scottish Water, explains why the publicly-owned company isn’t only focused on engineers – but also on how digital technology could revolutionise his industry.