World’s largest cell and gene therapy manufacturing plant expand the use of Vaisala viewLinc Monitoring System as operations grow. Swiss drug manufacturer Lonza Ltd. is a leading global supplier of contract manufacturing services to pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Lonza combines technological innovation with world-class manufacturing and process excellence to provide services in pharma, biotech, nutrition and […]
The WMG SME Group is a dedicated team and very eager to work with you. Utilising this fully-funded programme, they aim to overcome your manufacturing and supply chain challenges. Part of the University of Warwick, we have the latest technologies and equipment. Our world class technicians, industry experts and scientists can bring new ideas to life, improve efficiency and […]
A consortium of Midlands businesses has slammed the UK Government for providing what it has labelled ‘inadequate and inappropriate’ Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) sourced from abroad during the Coronavirus crisis and is calling for Ministers to stop overlooking UK manufacturers that have both the capacity and capability to produce vital equipment. The Midlands PPE Collective […]
30th July 2019
Manufacturers of medical device tubing components, Polyflon Medicals set sights on Ireland, at Medical Technology Ireland 2019
Medilink Midlands are excited to announce their support at the ‘New for 2019’ Medical Device Engineering zone at this years National Advanced Engineering Show.
Medilink UK, Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce and the Economic Development Board Mauritius recently came together to discuss potential mutual benefits for the UK and Mauritius economy through medical device manufacturing.
18th December 2018
By 2035, it is projected that artificial intelligence (AI)-powered technologies could increase labour productivity by up to 40 percent across 16 key industries, including manufacturing, according to a recent report by Accenture and Frontier Economics(1). This article provides a snapshot of just a few of the latest ways that AI is changing manufacturing.
19th June 2018
When the canal age came to Birmingham in the 18th century, there was no notion that one day in the future they would be seen as attractive places for leisure and to live.