Day: February 19, 2021

Why Automating Employee Management is Key this Year

In 2020 the most successful manufacturers were the ones able to pivot to work in new ways. But it’s hard to respond quickly to new demands when you’re drowning in paperwork. In many businesses managers are spending valuable time on employee management tasks such as tracking working hours, holidays and schedules often on spreadsheets. Of …

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MODIG Becoming a Leader in the EV Market

MODIG Becoming a Leader in the EV Market

On-shoring or repatriation is a big discussion point within the UK Automotive industry as the “just-in-time” supply chain has been disrupted by COVID-19 restrictions, Brexit, and high increases in shipping costs causing the likes of NISSAN & TOYOTA to temporarily close-down their build lines.  In positive news for UK manufacturing, Nissan recently took the decision …

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Würth UK – German Quality Trade Products for Welders, Engineers and Many More

Würth UK is part of the international Würth Group and has a vast product range to cater to all trades and industries. In operation in the UK since the mid-1970s, Würth UK offers a selection of great quality products and services for metalworking and maintenance professionals as well as all other trade professions. Würth UK …

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Effective LEV Ensures Workplace Air Is Clean and Safe To Breathe

The Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) current Manufacturing Sector Plan includes an inspection programme targeting fabricated metal premises in a bid to reduce incidents of occupational lung disease. In the manufacturing industry, significant causes of work-related respiratory disease are exposure to metalworking fluids (MWFs) and welding fume. Employers have a legal responsibility under COSHH (Control …

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Re-Thinking Your Metal Procurement Can Help Navigate Stock Shortages And Price Rises In 2021

For manufacturers that consume metal, rising prices have increased cost pressures, while COVID-influenced production delays and the effect of EU quotas continue to impact stock levels. Manufacturers need greater product visibility, more supplier options and to reduce costs to overcome these challenges. Instantly increase your supply options   With the current stock shortages, it’s vital …

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Surge in Demand for Graduates to Commit to a Fresh Produce Career

Surge in Demand for Graduates to Commit to a Fresh Produce Career

Due to a further surge in demand for trainees, Management Development Services (MDS) is calling for ambitious graduates, both recent and from previous years, to apply for its two-year graduate training programme in the food and fresh produce industry. The MDS graduate training programme works with some of the country’s leading agri-food businesses, of all …

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Vaccine Rollout Drives Positive Growth Prospects for the UK

Vaccine Rollout Drives Positive Growth Prospects for the UK

The pace of the UK’s economic recovery fell behind the global benchmark in January, as the vaccine rollout drove the majority of sectors growth expectations ahead of their international peers, according to the latest Lloyds Bank UK Recovery Tracker. The Tracker, working with IHS Markit, provides unique insight into the shape and pace of the …

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