More than 620,000 manufacturing jobs have been lost since the financial crash a decade ago, a study suggests.
A growing e-commerce firm is hoping to replicate its success in Sweden and the Ukraine by opening a Scottish subsidiary in Fife.
The UK’s manufacturing sector headed for recession in October, extending its longest losing streak since 2012 as even Brexit stockpiling failed to “ease the agony” companies have been feeling, according to a closely watched measure.
UK manufacturers are expecting the steepest decline in orders for a decade over the next three months, as Brexit uncertainty and global growth worries take their toll, according to a report.
Britain’s economy shrank by 0.1% in August, but a better-than-previously thought performance in July is expected to help the UK avoid recession.
The UK manufacturing sector has shrunk for the fifth month in a row – the worst run since 2009, according to new figures.
The size of the Michelin site is truly jaw-dropping.
UK manufacturing output tumbled at the fastest rate in seven years in August, as Brexit uncertainty and the global economic slowdown hit demand.
A Dundee-based specialist manufacturer of offshore valves said it had seen a strong start to the year as the oil industry recovers.
It might sound peculiar, but when I pass an industrial estate I don’t see warehouse after bland warehouse.