“Bombardier anounced in May 2019 it was putting its Belfast facilities up for sale.”

 

“Nuclear welder at Hinkley Point C”

Image courtesy of EDF

“Nissan begins production of the new Juke model at its Sunderland plant.”

Image courtesy of Nissan

“Siemens Gamesa has begun manufacture of 81.5m wind turbine blades.”

 

“By 2023, all of Bentley’s cars will be available as a hybrid or electric.”

 

“British Steel is making the biggest single investment in its manufacturing operations for a decade with a £50 million scheme to upgrade its wire rod business.”

Image courtesy of British Steel

DUE FOR PUBLICATION END OF JANUARY 2020
UK MANUFACTURING REVIEW (UKMR) IS A 250-PAGE ORIGINAL PUBLICATION COVERING MANY OF THE KEY EVENTS, ACHIEVEMENTS, CHALLENGES AND PROGRESS ACROSS THE BIGGEST MANUFACTURING SECTORS IN 2019, WITH FORECASTS FOR 2020.

Please note: not all the content in the printed book is available on the website. 

Welcome to the UK Manufacturing Review 2019/20

Start by reading this year’s introduction, by Ruari McCallion: Click here

Also, find more about our team of contributors for the 2019/20 UKMR edition: Click here

We are grateful to the following organisations for supporting the UK Manufacturing Review 2019/2020: