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adi fosters sustainable growth with EcoVadis leadership award

adi fosters sustainable growth with EcoVadis leadership award
An engineering business has bolstered its sustainability status after receiving its latest commendation from global rankings platform, EcoVadis. And the recognition solidifies its status as one of the most socially responsible-led businesses in the world. The adi Group, headquartered in Birmingham, has enhanced its reputation after being named Best Performer in the Wholesale, Services and Professionals category in the annual EcoVadis Sustainability Leadership Awards.
8th April 2021

Automating manufacturing resiliency not resistance

Automating manufacturing resiliency not resistance
Automation is causing seismic shifts across many industries, as the adoption of intelligent technology promises to transform the way we live and work. At its core, automation has the potential to reduce our reliance on manual or physical labour, drive process efficiency, reduce administrative burden and produce more effective workflows in the process.
9th March 2021

Engineering a uniform approach to apprenticeships

Engineering a uniform approach to apprenticeships
Seeking to help fix societal issues around youth skills development in the STEM sector, engineering business, adi Group marks 2021 with the five-year anniversary of its unique pre apprenticeship scheme. And with the praise of a former Prime Minister, the recognition of a charity backed by HRH The Prince of Wales and the plaudits of a leading engineering society under its belt, it’s safe to say the proposition has had no shortage of support.
12th February 2021


Engineering firm gears up waste management wake up in UK

Engineering firm gears up waste management wake up in UK
A UK-based engineering firm has its sights firmly set on transforming the nation’s approach to waste management in 2021. And its stake in expanding its presence has been bolstered after it was revealed that a local authority in North West of England has bought into the innovative concept of underground waste systems. The news creates a framework agreement that gives all publicly funded organisations access to acquire the unique waste solution.
10th December 2020

Engineering’s role in reducing waste in food production

Engineering’s role in reducing waste in food production
We’re all guilty of it. To different extents, we all chuck out mouldy bread or those last few slices of bacon after we’ve taken a cautious sniff or looked at the Use By date. Some of us police it more than others, taking a regimented approach to meal planning to minimise our waste, and others are a lot more laissez-faire. But the stats don’t lie. Households are responsible for fully 70% of all food wasted in the UK.  By Ian Hart is Business Development Director at adi Projects, a division of the multidisciplinary engineering company, adi Group
29th October 2020

Young futures turn the cogs at engineering company

Young futures turn the cogs at engineering company
Twelve fresh-faced youngsters have enrolled on a unique engineering pre-apprenticeship scheme in Birmingham. And the course will give the students hands-on experience and understanding of mechanical and electrical engineering at a time when skills development is at a premium.
23rd October 2020

Royal recognition for engineering apprenticeship scheme

Royal recognition for engineering apprenticeship scheme
A Birmingham-based engineering group has been named as a Responsible Business Champion by a Prince of Wales-backed charity. The recognition places the adi Group among a distinguished list of alumni including Unilever, Deloitte and Anglian Water.
3rd September 2020

Heat and power is necessary to boost sustainability

Heat and power is necessary to boost sustainability
Combined Heat and Power offers several cost, efficiency and sustainability benefits that can be realised by manufacturers with zero capital expenditure. James Sopwith, Group Strategic Account Director at the multidisciplinary engineering business, adi Group, argues that being seen as a business that takes its climate responsibilities seriously can only improve your consumer and commercial relationships.
27th July 2020

Engineering must work harder to attract women

Engineering must work harder to attract women
Alan Lusty, Founder and CEO of multi-disciplinary engineering business, adi Group, claims his industry must develop a laser sharp focus on inspiring a generation of female engineers, if it is to secure a sustainable workforce.
22nd June 2020

The importance of compliance management

The importance of compliance management
It’s fair to say that the last few months have shown us all in the starkest of terms how precarious life can be. Bizarre as it seems, the most sophisticated species on the planet has been put well and truly on the back foot by a micro-organism. Written by Alan Lusty, CEO and Founder of adi Group.
19th May 2020

COVID-19: an opportunity for engineering go further

COVID-19: an opportunity for engineering go further
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the change in our behaviours under lockdown has already reduced our CO2 emissions, waste production and unnecessary consumption. But an engineer says the time is right for engineering to do even more on cleaner transportation, renewable energy, water use and, importantly, a circular economy that has room for all.
28th April 2020

Top five reasons to choose a career in engineering

Top five reasons to choose a career in engineering
She’s one of the youngest people in her workplace – but Abbie Beaver hasn’t looked back since setting her sights on a career in engineering. And the 17-year-old apprentice hopes her experience will inspire other young women as the UK’s engineering industry faces an uphill battle trying to attract new recruits. That’s why Abbie and her employers, the multi-disciplined engineering firm adi Group, which has offices in Northamptonshire, are backing the Tomorrow’s Engineers Week (4-8 November).
18th November 2019

Apprentice wins praise from national women in engineering group

Apprentice wins praise from national women in engineering group
A young female engineering apprentice is celebrating after being named as one of the top 50 women engineers in the UK. Talented Abbie Beaver, 17, became the first female trade apprentice taken on by leading West Midlands multi-disciplinary engineering firm, the adi Group, when she joined last September.
5th July 2019

First female trade apprentice in 2018 welcomed by adi Group

First female trade apprentice in 2018 welcomed by adi Group
adi Group have welcomed ten fresh-faced apprentices through their doors this week, which includes their first ever female trade apprentice. Of the ten apprentices, Abbie Beaver is doing it for the girls and will be taking on the role as a fabrication and welding apprentice.
11th September 2018


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