Plant & Works Engineering
Industry confident of global market boost

Government acts to protect essential services from cyber attack

MTC receives share of £1m to improve vocational skills in manufacturing

Dozens of projects announced as EPSRC welcomes Year of Engineering

Institution of Mechanical Engineers responds to the Year of Engineering launch

Year of Engineering launch includes an emphasis on Digital and Robotics

AEMT Awards 2017 winners announced

BSRIA to celebrate 2018 Year of Engineering

UK’s most comprehensive 4IR survey to be launched in January

Inaugural Smart Industry Expo debuts alongside Plant & Asset Management in April 2018

Manufacturers end year in optimistic mood

Industrial strategy only viable if it tackles skills gap, say employers

EEF launches Brexit roadshow series in Birmingham

Gender pay gap in manufacturing falls by 6% in past decade

Chemical engineer wins top Women’s Engineering Society award

The IET launches 'Engineering the Next Generation'

Lenze turns 70

Industry proposes new takeover procedure to monitor foreign acquisitions

Industrial Digitalisation review unveiled

Get ready for the return of our industry’s main event next April

Fluid Power & Systems and Air-Tech are set to take place again at the NEC, Birmingham from 10 to 12 April next year. These shows are co-located with Drives and Controls and Plant & Asset Management, together with a brand-new show for 2018 – Smart Industry Expo. These exhibitions will also be staged alongside MACH, bringing over 40,000 visitors to the NEC over a single week.

Troubleshooting sensors show success at steel plant

New survey reveals the difficulty industry workers face when simply replacing their boots

New research commissioned by Dr. Martens, in collaboration with On The Tools, has revealed the stress that UK trade workers face when breaking in new work boots; a fundamental piece of kit for the industrial workforce. According to the study, 63% claim it can take up to one week for work boots to be properly broken in and ready to use, resulting in extremely painful and potentially dangerous consequences.

A million more skilled engineers needed annually in UK

EEF launches tailored Health & Safety help for small manufacturers

Stephen Phipson joins EEF as new chief executive