Electric vehicle production is currently at an exciting and opportunity-laden crossroads.
The UK’s rollout of connected and automated mobility (CAM) technology could provide an annual economic benefit as high as £66bn by 2040, according to a new report from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Designed to meet the continuous demands of the industry, with instant quotes, reporting tools and real-time Live Tracking that allows businesses to have full supply chain visibility any time of day or night.
Jenks & Cattell Engineering support the automotive industry with prototype and production volume metal pressings, welded assemblies and laser cut fabrications for for end users including Porsche, BMW, Jaguar Land Rover, Volkswagen, Nissan, DAF, Iveco and Renault.
Rasmus Smet Jensen, Vice President, Marketing & Strategy at Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR), presents his view on the most significant current trends in the field of automation.
Sunderland-based Unipres UK, which manufactures a range of press-formed automotive components parts for vehicle manufacturers, has saved 1m kilograms, around 1,000 metric tons, of CO2 since introducing a salary sacrifice scheme with Fleet Evolution.
A new project announcement, led by the North East Automotive Alliance (NEAA) and a high level consortia, seeks to scale and expand the deployment of Connected and Autonomous Logistics (CAL) to future-proof commercial opportunities and drive significant UK growth in this emerging sector.
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Fuzzy Logic Studio has announced the appointment of Peter Routledge to spearhead the company’s development of immersive learning solutions that meet the technical green skills demand.
The installation team took this amazing image at the 1.3MW solar rooftop installation in Peterlee.