Four things manufacturers should look out for in 2018 2018 is just around the corner, so it’s no surprise to see that predictions have already started rolling in for the next 12 months. Manufacturers’ organisation EEF has suggested that the Read on! →
Flying cars: Coming to skies near you There’s not much that can illustrate the divide between science fiction and reality better than the concept of a flying car. Though inventors have been working on vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) technology Read on! →
London to Edinburgh in 50 minutes: A look into the Hyperloop story Four years on from encouraging start-ups across the world to take on his futuristic ideas for a “fifth mode of transport”, it appears as if Elon Musk is Read on! →
Women in STEM: Breaking the Glass Ceiling? Since their inception, the engineering and technology industries have been predominantly male-dominated professions, and it seems that because of this, females have, in-turn, been put off stepping onto the STEM career ladder. As Read on! →
What effect could the general election have on the UK? Less than a year on from the UK’s landmark vote to leave the European Union, it looks as if another big vote could be set to shake up the political Read on! →
Making ‘Global Britain’ a reality Inside Downing Street, there are two words that ring throughout the corridors on a daily basis, “global Britain”. The dream, is a host of new and exciting deals with far-flung countries, where British exporters reap Read on! →
The World After Brexit Nine months on from the landmark Brexit vote, Prime Minister Theresa May has marked a huge milestone in British history invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty this week. The letter has officially launched two years Read on! →
Bjarke Pedersen from LD Handel og Miljø takes over from Michael Agerkilde as SinoScan Group CEO.
Bjarke Pedersen has an educational background in engineering and significant management experience from the machinery, packaging and steel industries.
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The Trump Effect Aggressively targeting people, companies and even entire nations via Twitter may be a controversial method of communication for a president, but that hasn’t seemed to faze Donald Trump. In what has been nothing less than a turbulent Read on! →
Recently, rising Chinese wage levels and changes in the geopolitical climate have led to an increasing number of headlines concerning the feasibility of outsourcing manufacturing to China. However, the complexities of supply chain and manufacturing setups are not always fully addressed in many of the discussions concerning the future of Chinese production in the global marketplace.
We have put together a few points on the benefits of sourcing and outsourcing that we believe still hold true for many companies. Read on! →