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  • Investment in Bruderer press delivers growth and new jobs for European Springs & Pressings

    Investment in Bruderer press delivers growth and new jobs for European Springs & Pressings

    Investment in a new high-speed precision press is already paying dividends for one of the UK's leading spring and pressings specialists after it announced 10% growth in 2016 and the…

  • The Goldsmiths’ Centre launches new membership scheme for the goldsmithing and design industry

    The Goldsmiths’ Centre launches new membership scheme for the goldsmithing and design industry

    The Goldsmiths’ Centre in Clerkenwell has launched a new membership scheme for the goldsmithing industry and wider creative design field offering opportunities to link up and access a range of…

  • People not machines: increase spending in labour helps Sussex businesses grow

    People not machines: increase spending in labour helps Sussex businesses grow

    A recent survey showed 73% of London and South East respondents would prefer to spend more money improving worker’s skills rather than machinery.The latest independent report by Manufacturing Barometer has…

  • U.K. car manufacturing rises 15.5% in September

    U.K. car manufacturing rises 15.5% in September

    Car manufacturing rose 15.5% on the year in September and the number of cars produced a year is expected to pass the two million mark by 2020, an industry body…

  • Manufacturing data takes shine off London share rise

    Manufacturing data takes shine off London share rise

    London shares pared some of their gains on Thursday as traders digested mixed European manufacturing figures.The FTSE 100 Index, which had risen more than 100 points in earlier trading, was…

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