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Domestic sales offset ongoing weakened demand in export orders in July sapped by sterling-euro exchange rate, according to a new report. 3 August 2015
The acquisition of the Crawley-based cable tie maker will provide it "with a platform to grow in adjacent industrial end markets, including aerospace, defence, alternative energy and mass transit sectors". 3 August 2015
Innovate UK and the Office for Low Emission Vehicles are to invest up to £20m in collaborative research and development projects to reduce significantly the mass of road-going vehicles.

  30 July 2015

Germany's luxury automakers are looking to counter threats from hackers following the cyber strike which recently landed a Jeep Cherokee in a ditch.

  29 July 2015

Sabic's polycarbonate material is being used in road vehicle windows 24 July 2015
Project co-funded by the EU will see trials on Luxus Hycolene grades with IAC tooling and help from Coperion with complex processing 24 July 2015
Americhem has presented its d its next generation of scratch and mar resistant additive masterbatches 24 July 2015
Shutdown button, exhaust fan housing and air-intake produced in record time with additive printing 24 July 2015
PC Moulding and Automation's end-of-arm tooling change is streamlining automotive supplier production 24 July 2015
Automotive sector must be agile enough to embrace new technological challenges 24 July 2015
Moulder buys 10 Systec machines for its Oxfordshire factory 24 July 2015
Suppliers tell PRW why they are experiencing a high level of sales this year 24 July 2015
World land speed record holder Andy Green, who was behind the wheel, said: “The Bloodhound SSC is fitted with both airbrakes and parachutes to provide guaranteed stopping power under all conditions.”
 
8 July 2015
By selecting the right colours for its market, brand-owners and designers can ensure that a plastic product meets the aesthetic needs of consumers and sells in an increasingly competitive world. 3 July 2015
Material shortages and lack of price differential between engineering polymers and commodity prices is keeping suppliers on their toes. Keren Sall reports 3 July 2015


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