Dec 15, 2015

How the UK can regain its position as a global manufacturing powerhouse | Leadership | Manufacturing Global

Whilst recent figures showed that the UK’s manufacturing sector grew by 0.9 percent in September, the sector shrank unexpectedly by 0.4 percent in October 2015. Despite this decline, the chemical manufacturing sector is among one of the fastest growing industries with a 31 percent sales growth in Q1 2015 alone. So what is setting this apart? It is no coincidence that in line with this growth...

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