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    AMPG members respond to 2014 Budget

    The Chancellor's 2014 budget was delivered on the 19th of March, and has been welcomed by manufacturers around the UK. Assistance for the sector featured highly in the Budget overall, reflecting the success that the APMG has had in helping to raise manufacturing up the political agenda. 

    Read on to see how APMG members responded...

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    APMG Newsletter #21 March 2014

    A special briefing on 'Reshore UK' by Steven Barr and Oriel Petry, the AGM, a briefing paper on remanufacturing, and an upcoming breakfast discussion on automation.

    Read on...

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    Increasing Competitiveness and Employment in UK Manufacturing

    The APMG will host a special breakfast discussion on automation with manufacturers, systems providers and civil servants to discuss the potential and some of the key issues related to increasing automation in UK manufacturing, a recommendation from our recent 'Making Good' report.

    Shadow Industry Minister Iain Wright MP will give the keynote address.

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    APMG report debated in Parliament

    The APMG's newest report was yesterday debated in Parliament as part of Iain McKenzie MP's Westminster Hall debate on the future of UK manufacturing.

    Both APMG co-chairs Chris White MP and Barry Sheerman MP spoke, with Business Minister Michael Fallon MP praising the report and the Group's wider work.

    Click here to read more about the report or download it here.

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    NEW REPORT LAUNCHED

    The APMG's inaugural report 'Making Good: A Study of Culture and Competitiveness in UK Manufacturing" was published November 27th 2013. Read more about the report here, and download it directly here.

    The report was launched formally in Parliament on the 3rd of December, at a reception in the House of Lords. Read more about the event 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.