Oil And Gas: The Villains Become The Heroes?

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Mar 8, 2022 2:38:16 PM

The price of gas and oil has always been a bone of contention, particularly when global fluctuations are reflected in everyday business costs, such as the soaring price at the pump or rising energy bills.

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Topics: oil and gas sector, Precision Engineering, Supply Chain UK, Engineering

Microsoft Cloud For Manufacturing Is Helping With Growing Supply Chain Issues

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Feb 27, 2022 3:34:44 PM

More than any other industrial sector, manufacturing depends on efficient supply chains. Previously, raw materials were transformed into finished products on a single site; however, globalisation has increased the availability of components, helping to suppress costs and increasing the selection of bespoke goods for customers.

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Topics: Domestic Manufacturing, UK Manufacturing, Supply Chain UK, Microsoft

Will Shorter Supply Chains Be The Norm Post-Covid?

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Sep 20, 2021 1:00:00 PM

Few people foresaw the Covid-19 pandemic and, in a world in which global supply chains had become the norm for many businesses, disruption was unsurprisingly high. With many countries implementing lockdowns at different times, manufacturing hubs subjected to short-notice closure, and international shipping routes restricted, supply chains have suffered. Furthermore, unstable political climates have forced many businesses to evaluate their dependence on international suppliers and markets.

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Topics: CNC Honing, Aerospace Industry, Tube Manufacturing, UK Manufacturing, Supply Chain UK

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