The UK’s manufacturing sector does not have its troubles to seek.
Hundreds of jobs are under threat at Michelin's Dundee factory after a fall in global demand for premium tyres.
US headquartered digital network infrastructure group Leviton saw profits at its Brand-Rex arm climb last year as it positioned its Fife site to spearhead its growth in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
An Angus based group which supplies automated systems for the medical devices, pharmaceuticals and personal care sectors has reported a jump in sales.
An entrepreneur is planning a major assault on the dog food market after buying out the historic Wilson’s Pet Food brand name.
Jeremy Corbyn has pledged an “industrial renaissance” in Scotland to save firms like BiFab.
A Dundee glass manufacturer said an improved sector outlook was helping it to bounce back after a difficult year.
Output from Britain’s manufacturing sector grew at its weakest rate in nearly a year and a half, with the soft patch now raising questions over whether the Bank of England will hike interest rates this week.
One in eight train manufacturing jobs has been lost since 2010 at the same time as hundreds of millions of pounds of contracts in the sector have gone overseas, Labour has claimed.
A Labour government would change state procurement practices to give a bigger share of contracts to companies in Britain, Jeremy Corbyn has promised.