It would seem things weren’t looking great for engineering services in the final quarter of 2018, as a new study revealed a slowdown in growth, coupled with increased material and labour costs.

Big firms will apparently feel the pain of the Apprenticeship Levy this spring, when the first wave of levy payments will be wiped from their accounts unless they have invested them in training apprentices.

Electric Nation has completed the world’s largest EV smart charging trial, in a bid to help understand the impact that charging electric vehicles at home has on the local electricity network.

Photon Energy has installed ground breaking solar plus storage at Prologis Park Pineham, not only allowing the building to run on self-generated electricity, but potentially saving up to 54 tonnes of CO2 emissions annually.

NAPIT has highlighted a range of initiatives it is undertaking to promote its longstanding commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), and has called for companies across the industry to take similar steps.

NICEIC and ELECSA are offering registered contractors technical information and business advice via free online webinars dubbed ‘The Wire’.

Mechanical and electrical services provider J S Wright has secured a £3m contract to convert a former Honda dealership site in west London into a high-quality residential neighbourhood.

JTL has voiced ‘serious concerns’ over schools’ lack of compliance with the Baker Clause, preventing JTL and other training providers from informing pupils of their options post full time education.

Whats New in Electronics (WNIE) will begin a new chapter this September, with the relocation of its WNIE Live event to a new venue - NAEC Stoneleigh at Stoneleigh Park, located in the Midlands.

Following six years of successful trading in the Middle East, Scolmore Group has announced the opening of a new head office and warehouse facility in Dubai.