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  • Broder moves into “special processing”

    Leading metals stockist, Broder Metals Group, has established a special processing department which it says will ensure that it is capable of meeting ever more demanding specifications. 30 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • EDM Precision adds mill-turning

    A new turning and milling centre at EDM Precision Technologies is adding value for customers, bringing subcontracted work back in-house and allowing it to offer a complete in-house service for critical applications. 29 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • Plasma-cut tube for offshore energy

    Barrett Steel is installing a 1500mm diameter tube plasma profiler at the Barrett Steel Offshore site in Middlesbrough. 29 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • Nadcap boost for Yorkshire labs

    Nadcap Materials Testing Laboratory (MTL) accreditation has helped Yorkshire metallurgical specialist Keighley Laboratories boost worldwide sales in the aerospace sector. 29 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • X-ray head contract won from China

    Mollart Engineering has won a contract back from China for the production and cleanroom assembly of 100 sets of high precision X-ray head units. 29 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • £1m JLR contract tooling loan

    Magal Engineering has secured a £1m national tooling loan after winning a contract to supply parts for Jaguar Land Rover’s new £500 million i54 engine plant in Wolverhampton. 29 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • Professional polisher award recognition

    A professional polisher has reached the final stage in the inaugural NatWest Venus Awards for the Greater Birmingham region, with the winner due to be announced later this month. 29 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • New format for Southern Manufacturing

    Southern Manufacturing & Electronics will return in 2015 with some significant changes – not least the move to a new three-day format. 28 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • Lipco Precision invests

    Wimborne-based Lipco Precision Engineering Limited has invested in a new Jones and Shipman Suprema cylindrical grinder to improve productivity, quality and reduce costs. 27 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • UK manufacturing holds its ground

    Manufacturing in the UK is thought to be disappearing, but the Office for National Statistics (ONS) says these perceptions could not be more wrong and total manufacturing output is growing. 24 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • Precision aerospace acquisition

    The Bland Group’s subsidiary, Universal Engineering Ltd, has acquired 100% of the issued share capital of the precision aerospace component manufacturer, Phoenix CNC Engineering Ltd, based in Nottingham. 22 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • Subcontract sector adds value

    The subcontract manufacturing sector plays its part in contributing to the European Union economy, recording an annual turnover of nearly half a trillion Euros, according to new research. 22 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • GB Precision turns 40

    Birmingham-based high precision tooling and turned parts provider, GB Precision, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. 21 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • AME secures a second research project

    The Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering (AME) is to help develop cleaner and more efficient engines as part of another major R&D contract. 20 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • Moseley Brothers expansion

    A Midlands manufacturer is investing in a £2.5m expansion which will see the company grow both its national and international presence. 20 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • £30bn boost to UK economy

    According to a new CBI report, targeted action to revitalise domestic supply chains could inject £30 billion into the economy by 2025 and create 500,000 jobs across the United Kingdom. 20 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • Are you sitting comfortably?

    Specialist spring manufacturer William Hughes says that correctly designed and manufactured parts help improve car comfort and safety. 19 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • New EDM supports Nadcap process

    A new wire erosion machine at Coventry-based Hi-Tech Aerospace Components has taken on the work of two older machines and added more capability. 19 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • Three new 5-axis machines

    Formaplex, one of Europe’s leading suppliers of tooling and component manufacturing solutions to sectors including automotive, F1 and aerospace has bought a new 5-axis gantry milling machine and two 5-axis machining centres. 19 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • 3D printer adds scanning service

    3D printing specialist Materialise has expanded its design and engineering services to include contract scanning and measurement. 19 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • SMEs urged to get ‘Fit for Nuclear’

    The Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) is working to help more than 300 small manufacturers benefit from the UK’s fast-developing £60bn civil nuclear new build programme. 17 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity

  • Pera Technology makes the leap

    New product development contract, leap with Pera Technology, is set to reveal details on a range of new R&D funding options at this year’s Advanced Engineering UK exhibition. 16 Oct 2014 - Engineering Capacity