MEMBER NEWS

DYER TARGETS INCREASED TURNOVER

County Durham-based Dyer Engineering has outlined plans to increase turnover to the £20m mark by 2020 as it celebrates 40 years in business. Founded in 1977 by father and son John and Paul Dyer, the company originally manufactured pipe fittings and supported the local...

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E-MAX SYSTEMS WINS PRYME GROUP SOFTWARE CONTRACT

E-Max Systems is delighted to announce its newest customer, key UK manufacturing organisation, Pryme Group. After a rigorous selection process, Pryme Group has confirmed that E-Max Systems’ software is undoubtedly the best fit for their requirements. Pryme Group have...

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BUSINESS CONFIDENCE RISES AFTER BREXIT VOTE

Business confidence in the North East rose in the last six months, according to the latest Business in Britain report from Lloyds Bank, based on data gathered after the snap election had been called. The confidence index – an average of respondents’ expected sales,...

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NHS CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES FOR CDEMN MEMBERS

It is now just over three weeks until the UK’s leading NHS procurement event of the year takes place at the NEC, Birmingham, on 13 July, and free tickets remain for attendance if this is an area that you would like to explore. Tickets are currently complimentary,...

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR CDEMN MEMBERS

Network members are being invited to book their place at two upcoming events organised by Sunderland University's Automotive and Manufacturing Advanced Practice (AMAP) programme. The first is to see the future of hydraulics on Friday, June 9, at the Industry Centre....

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FURTHER INVESTMENT AT PARAGON

Paragon Rapid Technologies continues to invest in state of art manufacturing technology, underpinning its commitment to delivering precision parts for its growing client base. As part of the company’s ISO 9001 certified Quality Management System, the installation of a...

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HUSQVARNA TO CREATE HUNDREDS OF JOBS

A LAWNMOWER maker is creating hundreds of jobs as it ramps up robotic cutter production. Husqvarna Group is taking on around 800 temporary staff to meet seasonal summer demand at its factory in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham. However, bosses also aim to fill 75...

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COUNTY DURHAM POISED FOR SUCCESSFUL 2017

LEADER of Durham County Council, Cllr Simon Henig, has used his first address to council of 2017 to highlight that there is much to look forward to in what promises to be an exciting year ahead. Set against the backdrop of Brexit uncertainty and continuing austerity,...

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