Manufacturing news roundup: additive manufacturing & energy
The impact of inflation, energy costs & tax on manufacturing
Jeremy Leonard, Managing Director of Global Industry Services at Oxford Economics, on the three biggest challenges weighing on the manufacturing industry.
"2022 was an unforgettably tumultuous year, providing the manufacturing industry with several challenges, and, while ONS data revisions have shown that the post-pandemic recovery of the sector was stronger than initially thought, the UK’s industrial production has been declining steadily since the middle of 2021.
"The weakness witnessed last year resulted in an estimated 2.5% decline, and it is expected that we will see a further contraction of over 2% in 2023. The combined impacts of inflation, energy costs and tax policy all weighed on the industry, but just how heavily will these factors continue to be a threat over the year ahead, and are there any mitigating factors?"
Top 10 mobility companies
In a world that’s always moving, these Top 10 mobility companies keep wheels turning and businesses growing, shifting supplies and people from start to finish, as well as supplying data and technology needed for a growing customer base that expects efficient solutions.
Fabian Alefeld, Manager of EOS, on additive manufacturing
Additive manufacturing offers responsible manufacturing solutions & can help businesses become more sustainable, says Fabian Alefeld, Manager of EOS.
Successful manufacturing sales enablement cornerstones
Andre Black of Allego shares the four cornerstones of sales enablement in manufacturing: Insight, communication, continual learning & effective management.