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14,259 Total UK circulation

Four times a year thousands of registered readers receive a free of charge printed edition by post or a ‘digital page turning’ edition delivered directly to their inboxes.

8,190 Print - UK

10,524 Digital - Rest of Europe/Other countries

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Southern Manufacturing 2023 brochure

Southern Manufacturing and Electronics is the largest and longest-running annual engineering exhibition in the UK. Participation gives you an unparalleled opportunity to meet key buyers from some of the biggest names in industry. Download our sales pack and see how Southern Manufacturing can work for you.

ICS celebrates a successful second year

The International Composites Summit (ICS), co-organised by Composites UK and The Fluency Business Group (Fluency), hosted its second successful exhibition in London on 21-22 September.

Xenia launches new range of super tough carbon fibre

Xenia Materials, a global leader in thermoplastic specialties, has announced the introduction of XECARB ST, a new family of super tough carbon fibre composites custom-engineered to close a performance gap in the market and provide superior impact strength performance.

European first for CMC automated fibre placement

Engineers at the National Composites Centre (NCC) have completed a European first by manufacturing Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMCs) using Automated Fibre Placement (AFP) technology, paving the way for the high-temperature capabilities of these materials to be unlocked within engines – making them more efficient and reducing CO₂ emissions.

Editor's comment: The path less chosen

It’s sometimes difficult to see the merits of joining up some of the over-complicated dots in the UK manufacturing sector, particularly when they concern its lack of success in persuading young people to enter the profession.