Manufacturing the Future: Engineering the North

Published on: 30/11/2021


The North of England has been the industrial base of the UK and an innovator in manufacturing since the first industrial revolution. From developing the first steam engines to evolving into a fully automated industry, the North of England is relentless in building the future.    

The North of England, its past and future, is the focus of Executive TV’s first programme: “Manufacturing The Future: Engineering The North,” which welcomes three exciting businesses embracing the latest technologies in manufacturing.

ADM Automation is one of the UK's leading systems integrators, developing automated manufacturing solutions across a diverse range of industries. The company’s record for building automated systems speaks for itself with many different technologies that are integrated into a variety of manufacturing systems no matter how complex they are.

HART Door Systems manufacture, install and maintain industrial and specialist door systems throughout the UK and Internationally. They specialise in meeting the needs of the sectors across manufacturing, process, transport, storage and logistics by providing doors that perfectly suit the corresponding environment and operations. They make specific doors for applications including high speed, energy-efficient, fire protection, security and high security, as well as hybrids and made to order specialist doors.

AMRC is a world-class centre that specialises in implementing world-leading research into advanced machining, manufacturing and materials for aerospace and other high-value manufacturing sectors. The network is a University of Sheffield enterprise and is a partnership between industry and academia, which has become a model for research centres worldwide.

    This programme also includes interviews with Policy Connect, the All Party Manufacturing Group and Chi Onwurah, Labour MP for Newcastle Upon Tyne & Shadow Minister for Science, Research and Digital.

Published Date: 30/11/2021