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Manufacturing job opportunities rise despite tough year

Manufacturing job opportunities rise despite tough year
There have been 40,000 new jobs across the manufacturing sector between August and October this year, a rise of 41% from the last business quarter, and Wetherby-based SME, metals4U, has benefited from the booming business, taking on 11 new staff members themselves during the first lockdown period, an additional five during the second lockdown and six more planned for the first quarter of 2021.
22nd January 2021

How to optimise your stockholding power

How to optimise your stockholding power
Whatever line of business you are in, every company and sole trader needs to procure stock. The commodities and products required will vary between business sectors, but ultimately, goods out are directly controlled by goods in. By Paul McFadyen, Managing Director of metals4U
23rd October 2020

Reshoring could be the solution for UK manufacturing recovery

Reshoring could be the solution for UK manufacturing recovery
With uncertainty over a potential second lockdown and the continuing Brexit negotiations, attention has once again turned towards the prospect of reshoring, and how that could potentially help the UK manufacturing industry recover.
24th September 2020


How the manufacturing industry can use crisis to adapt for the future

How the manufacturing industry can use crisis to adapt for the future
Left in the wake of the Coronavirus crisis is the expectation that most of the world will face the largest recession since 1870. Oil prices have collapsed, manufacturing, engineering, and construction industries are feeling the tightening squeeze as COVID-19 chokes global economies.  By Paul McFadyen, Managing Director of metals4U
14th September 2020

Spike in orders for online supplier, metals4U

Spike in orders for online supplier, metals4U
Leading online metals supplier, metals4U, has reported a post lockdown boom, with orders up by 41% compared to the same period last year, as key industries such as construction begin to return to pre-coronavirus levels. 
17th August 2020


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