Family engineering business targets new markets

Family engineering business targets new markets

Nala Engineers, based in Seaham, County Durham, has seen one of its most successful years since its launch in 1979, and is now looking to branch out into a more diverse range of sectors.

Port group urges businesses to take on apprentices

New apprentices at PD Ports, Jack Beckley, James Toward and Bradley Jenkins.

Port group urges businesses to take on apprentices

PD Ports is calling on its fellow employers to help plug the engineering skills gap, as it celebrates 15 years of apprenticeships.

Sunderland move paves way for FEG growth

L-R Cllr Harry Trueman, Sunderland City Council and Grahame Turner of FEG.

Sunderland move paves way for FEG growth

An engineering consultancy is creating jobs and targeting national opportunities after investing in a new Sunderland base.

Tom Keeney

Tom Keeney, Chair of BT Yorkshire and The Humber regional board

Forging the links to grow our skills

Tom Keeney, Chair of BT’s Yorkshire and The Humber regional board and head of employee relations, tells Mike Hughes how its influence on the skills debate reaches from the smallest country lane to the information superhighway.

Start-up stories: Recoil Knee Pads

Start-up stories: Recoil Knee Pads

From a product design engineering degree to designing a product for engineers (and other manual trade workers), Victoria Hamilton shares with BQ what starting her own business was like...