Cosmopolitan Engineering has said its trio of Hyundai-Wia turning machines are playing a key role in enabling the company to increase its customer base and business.
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Figures released by automotive inward investment body Drive Midlands show that the region's automotive sector secured 58 new foreign direct investment (FDI) deals during 2016/17, a 10% increase on the previous year.
These new projects, which involved investors from the US, India and China, helped to generate almost 3,000 new jobs across the Midlands.
A West Midlands Aerospace company is looking to expand into new premises in the region to cope with further increases in sales and a growth in staff numbers.
AE Aerospace has already enjoyed a 500% increase in sales following a ten-fold increase in orders and is continuing to grow.
Peter Bruch, managing director of AE Aerospace said: “We have simply run out of space. When we completed a management buy-out three years ago, we had 24 members of staff. We now have 63 and expect to reach 100 by the end of next year.”
The annual EEF manufacturing photography competition is now open for entries celebrating the best of British manufacturing in the traditional and high-tech sectors.
Now in its eighth year, this year the competition is asking that photographers submit images that capture the essence of modern manufacturing from design, process and technology in action through to the finished product.
Blackhill Engineering has won its first contract for the manufacture of equipment to support nuclear decommissioning work at Magnox's Winfrith site in Dorset.
The contract marks a further breakthrough into the nuclear sector for Exeter-based heavy engineering company Blackhill, part of SC Group, the Devon-headquartered engineering services business, which is actively targeting the nuclear and energy sectors as part of its long-term growth and diversification strategy.