Manufacturers’ views on how changing economic conditions affect the opportunities and challenges associated with innovation.
How we obtain, use and reuse the materials that flow and circulate within the economy matters to manufacturing. Materials and resources are the lifeblood of the sector and account for around 40% of manufacturers’ costs.
EEF’s first ‘Pioneering Great British Products’ publication showcases the immense creativity and diversity in British Manufacturing today
As we enter a period of growth, keeping people in work and getting people back to work is as important as ever.
EEF’s snapshot survey of business conditions in engineering and manufacturing companies in partnership with BDO.
EEF’s Pay Bulletin is a comprehensive survey of pay settlements in over 400 of our member companies.
The second EEF Women in Manufacturing report, sponsored by Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, celebrates leading woman in manufacturing SMEs and identifies the successes women can have in modern manufacturing workplaces.
Access to productive and skilled employees within the labour market is a key requirement for manufacturers of high-value goods and services. Manufacturers rely on the recruitment of graduates to fill many highly skilled roles within the industry.
The European Union is vital to the long-term interests of UK manufacturing and the UK’s economic future.
Key Facts. Get the stats and facts for Manufacturing’s future in 2014.