Manufacturing news

Tata Steel takes advantage of FRUTIGER's system to recycle water at Port Talbot

Paramount Group, Africa's largest privately-owned defence and aerospace company, conducted the first public flight of its Advanced High-Performance Reconnaissance Light Aircraft (AHRLAC)

The prices of zinc, nickel and aluminium were among the front runners as base metals showed gains averaging 1.2 percent

The world's second largest economy showed improved growth in Q2 prompting speculation about a recovery

Volkswagen is planning two new vehicle plants in Qingdao and Tianjin as part of its strategy to overtake Toyota by the end of the decade

Rolls-Royce reports record sales growth in first half year figures.

Britain’s manufacturers have substantially increased their growth forecast for 2014 on the back of continued buoyant conditions, up to 3.6 percent from 2.7 percent according to the latest quarterly survey published by the manufacturers’ organisation EEF and business advisers and accountancy firm BDO

May was the third consecutive month of improvement for China's manufacturing sector, a sign that though the growth rate of the world's second-largest economy is slowing, it is neither down nor out

Moves by German company Siemens have raised the prospect of a takeover battle over French firm, Alstom

Australia has confirmed the A$12.4 billion purchase of 58 new F-35 fighter jets from Lockheed Marin Corp

Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) has announced plans to spend $16 billion in order to expand its fleet

Brazilian mining company Vale's Clydach Refinery in the United Kingdom has received a Silver Medallion at the Shingo Prize for Operational Excellence

 Airbus has announced a rise in full-year profits 

Toyota has announced it will end car production in Australia in 2017