The UK food and drink sector is set to boom beyond its current ?79bn of sales, driven by opportunities including worldwide export of products.
A letter to European council president Donald Tusk announced that Article 50 has been triggered, starting a two-year countdown until Britain leaves the EU. But while MPs congratulate prime minister Theresa May on her wording, we wondered what UK industry leaders had to say.
British manufacturers want tax breaks for new environmental-friendly technologies, alongside others for firms reducing emissions.
EEF and UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) have signed an agreement to “collaborate on the promotion of export services to manufacturing and engineering companies across the UK."
Figures released today reveal the British public's continuing scepticism about the state of our manufacturing base.
The manufacturers' organisation EEF has said that Britain's membership of a reformed EU is vital to the economy.
British manufacturing is growing increasingly as a result of strong UK sales and a boost in overseas trade, according to a new report.
One in six companies brought back manufacturing to Britain in the last three years, new research revealed.