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    APMG launches Manufacturing Manifesto

    The APMG has launched a new manifesto ahead of the general election, calling on any future government to take what it calls ‘the necessary steps’ to ensure the UK becomes a global leader in manufacturing markets.

    The document, entitled Manufacturing Manifesto 2015, addresses what it regards as the key issues and themes currently affecting UK manufacturing and threatening the UK’s potential industrial growth, including questions over innovation, skills, finance and taxation, energy, SMEs and trade and investment.

    Download the Manifesto

    Download the press release

    Read a summary of the Parliamentary launch and discussion

  • New Feature

    Exported by Britain

    Launched by Secretary of State Vince Cable MP and UKTI Minister Lord Livingtone on 28th January, our new #exportedbybritain campaign is now live. What is being exported from your area? 

    View the interactive map

    See a complete list of nominations

    See the participating MP's

  • New Feature

    New Manufacturing Commission inquiry to launch

    The Manufacturing Commission is launching its inaugural research inquiry, investigating the UK's industrial sustainability.

    The inquiry will be launched formally in Parliament on 5th February, at an event hosted by Commission member and APMG co-chair Barry Sheerman MP.

    Read more

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    APMG launches Supply Chains Term Paper

    The APMG has published its latest term paper, which examines the importance of properly functioning supply chains for UK manufacturing, and their impact on Britain's position in the world as an industrial leader.

    With contributions from prominent academics and experts, the paper will serve as useful jumping off point for more in-depth discussion and analysis at the Parliamentary level in order to ensure the most auspicious policy environment for supply chain resiliency and efficiency.

    The paper was launched in conjunction with a roundtable discussion in Westminster, hosted by APMG Co-Chair Chris White MP.

    Read the report here.


The All-Party Parliamentary Manufacturing Group (APMG) exists to encourage the exchange of knowledge and understanding between Parliament and the UK's diverse manufacturing industries, helping to raise the profile of manufacturing both inside and outside of Parliament.