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  • Important info from NI Water regarding current demand for water.
    29 June 2018


    ATTENTION ALL BUSINESSES AND ORGANISATIONS IMPORTANT INFO FROM NI WATER REGARDING CURRENT DEMAND FOR WATER NI Water is asking all businesses and organisations to use water wisely at this time and to stop non-essential water use.As a result of the recent hot weather, NI Water is experiencing a high demand for water. In recent days our water treatment works have been operating at near maximum levels but despite this, demand continues to outstrip the capacity to supply. Customers in some areas ha...

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    Jun
    2018
    Energy Water Project
    The H2020 Energy Water Project aims to improve the energy efficiency of water processing in industry by developing a dedicated web tool for companies to assess their efficiency, and by creating a network of specialists in energy efficiency of water processes. Industrial companies that want to benefit from improved energy efficiency in processes that use water are now able to benefit from free support from the Carbon Trust under EnergyWater. This includes:      Bespoke sup...

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  • 21

    Jun
    2018
    NI Manufacturers Reveal Positive Outlook
    Despite high profile job losses, the most comprehensive survey of local manufacturers this year has identified a sector which is growing, putting on jobs, inflation busting pay rises and resilient in the face of power political headwinds. The survey, conducted for Manufacturing NI and legal firm Tughans shows that the shadow of Brexit and local political uncertainty looms large and is impacting on the sector making a larger contribution to employment. The survey, which included companies from ...

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  • 21

    Jun
    2018
    Manufacturing NI & Tughans Survey 2018
      Despite high profile job losses, the most comprehensive survey of local manufacturers this year has identified a sector which is growing, putting on jobs, inflation busting pay rises and resilient in the face of power political headwinds. The survey, conducted for Manufacturing NI and legal firm Tughans shows that the shadow of Brexit and local political uncertainty looms large and is impacting on the sector making a larger contribution to employment.  The survey, which included companies...

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  • 18

    Jun
    2018
    Mid Ulster Business Briefing
    MID ULSTER BUSINESS BRIEFING ‘Bridges are more useful than borders’ – building a solid foundation ahead of EU department key talking point at First Trust Bank Mid Ulster Business Briefing   Access to skills, growing NI’s advance manufacturing offering and talent retention were the hot topics discussed by local manufacturers and businesses from the Mid Ulster area at a special economic business breakfast hosted by First Trust Bank.   Over 100 local p...

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  • 29

    May
    2018
    BUSINESS COMMUNITY OFFERS ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS TO LIFT DECISION MAKING LOGJAM IN NORTHERN IRELAND
    In the absence of a functioning Executive and with the restoration of power sharing institutions some way off, NI business groups, including Manufacturing NI, have joined forces to propose practical solutions to ensure decisions crucial to the prosperity of the region can continue to be taken. CBI NI, Construction Employers Federation (CEF), NI Chamber of Commerceand Industry, Quarry Products Association NI (QPANI), Manufacturing NI, Northern Ireland Food & Drink Association (NIFDA), Retail...

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  • 24

    May
    2018
    Retail, Hospitality and Manufacturing Business Groups Meet With Jeremy Corbyn
    The Chief Executives of Manufacturing NI, Retail NI and Hospitality Ulster, today hosted an economy themed round table, the Leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn MP, Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer MP and Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary Tony Lloyd MP. In a joint statement Stephen Kelly, Glyn Roberts and Colin Neill said: “This was a very welcome opportunity to engage with Jeremy Corbyn and his senior Shadow Cabinet colleagues on a range of issues, covering Infrastructure I...

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  • 24

    May
    2018
    Pinsent Mason Manufacturing Masterclass Series
    Following our involvement in the Made in NI Awards, Pinsent Masons Belfast office is hosting a Masterclass Series in partnership with Manufacturing NI. Advanced Manufacturing & Technology is one of Pinsent Masons five key global sectors, so our depth of resource and expertise in this area is market-leading.  In this six part series, we will examine a range of high profile legal topics, but more importantly how they have a real commercial impact on your business. Pinsent Masons...

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  • 21

    May
    2018
    Manufacturing Beyond the Horizon
    Manufacturing Beyond the Horizon   Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 9:00 AM - to -Thursday, June 14, 2018 at 5:00 PM (BST)  QUB, Computer Science Building18 Malone RoadBT9 5BN BelfastUnited Kingdom Are you involved in manufacturing ? Have you concerns about new and emerging technologies and how they shape the future business landscape in which you must thrive? Queen’s University Belfast is launching two significant initiatives designed to support our manufacturing industria...

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  • 15

    May
    2018
    Innovation Centre drives decade of growth at Willowbrook
    Ireland’s largest bagged salad producer and specialist in prepared vegetables, Willowbrook Foods, has marked the tenth anniversary of its Innovation Centre in County Down, describing it as instrumental in helping the business grow by on average 18% year on year over the past decade. The centre, at Willowbrook’s Killinchy headquarters, was designed in 2008 to be a hub for new product development, led by consumer trends and advances in technology so the company could meet bespoke ...

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