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  • Manufacturing  /  New chapter as manufacturer Storey rescued THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    in east Manchester has been sold out of administration in a deal saving around 100 jobs Thos Storey Fabrications based in Openshaw makes parts such as digger buckets for heavy construction machinery and supplies the likes of JCB Caterpillar and Terex It appointed Begbies Traynor as administrator last month after a dramatic slump in orders in the second half of 2015 caused g for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take the shine off Entu Fans in bid to buy cash starved football club

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/729749-100-jobs-saved-as-ailing-manufacturer-rescued.html?news_section=54016 (2016-02-01)
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  • Supplements  /  Manufacturing: Resilience and growth through diversity THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    is seen as a priority for UK plc and manufacturing is expected to play a leading role in producing economic growth TheBusinessDesk com has teamed up with DLA Piper to look at some of the key issues facing the sector In association with North West manufacturing Long term strategy needed for investment ON the one hand the government is looking to the manufacturing sector to help lead Britain out of recession with the much used phrase export led recovery but on the other it has put no long term support measures in place to help the sector address some very key issues one of the most pressing being skills succession Read the full story North West manufacturing Meeting the financial challenge MANUFACTURERS are funding investment through their parent companies balance sheets or by finding alternative sources of finance research North West Manufacturing Offshoring losing its appeal MANUFACTURERS in the North West are increasingly seeing the benefits of returning production to the region North West manufacturing Exporters should be more bullish with new markets THE weak pound and a flat UK economy should mean manufacturers are looking to new markets overseas but many are instead choosing to North West Manufacturing The

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/supplements/manufacturing-making-growth-happen.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Manufacturing THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    companies Read the full story Focus on Manufacturing Welcome to our new Manufacturing Channel where we aim to showcase the best of the region s industry To highlight your manufacturing success story email nwoffice thebusinessdesk com or call 0161 238 4922 Warning over confidence dip for manufacturers Tough decisions ahead says EEF Aldermore report Best ever UK sales for Jaguar Land Rover Manufacturer has 4 500 employees at Halewood Flat sales for Vimto owner in challenging market Overseas sales positive for Nichols Carr s boss pays tribute to staff after flooding Deflation hits food giant Princes Torotrak s bus KERS system gets all clear New chapter as manufacturer Storey rescued More News Latest Feature Time to speak oput in EU debate Law firm Squire Patton Boggs office managing partner Rob Elvin on why the voice of industry must be heard in the ongoing debate about EU membership Latest Feature North West manufacturing Long term strategy needed for investment ON the one hand the government is looking to the manufacturing sector to help lead Britain out of recession with the much used phrase export led recovery but on the other it has put no long term support measures in place to

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/manufacturing.html? (2016-02-01)
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  • Liverpool  /  £35m regen scheme to advance after High Court ruling THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    been cleared after the High Court rejected a bid by SAVE Britain s Heritage to overturn planning permission The controversial scheme involves redevelopment for mixed use including commercial retail and leisure uses with hotel and student accommodation It will be followed by a proposed entertainment and media hub in the former ABC Cinema which would be restored In a judgment The Hon Mrs Justice Patterson dismissed the substantive application for a Judicial Review wh for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take the shine

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/730191-35m-regen-scheme-to-advance-after-high-court-ruling.html?news_section=54017 (2016-02-01)
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  • Liverpool  /  Liverpool2 'more important than HS2' THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    will transform the city LIVERPOOL S 300m deep water terminal is a bigger economic opportunity for the North West than HS2 according to a report by commercial law firm Brabners In the North West Ambitions report Peel Ports chief executive Mark Whitworth says Liverpool2 the Port of Liverpool s container terminal has the potential to create major change in UK distribution activity attracting manufacturers for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take the shine off Entu Fans in bid to buy cash starved football

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/730096-liverpool2-more-important-than-hs2.html?news_section=54017 (2016-02-01)
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  • Liverpool  /  Jobs boost as exporter launches online brand THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    an expansion drive which will see it launch an online brand Euro Foodbrands Export based at Stonesbridge Park is expanding its facilities and has launched Healthy Foods Online which aims to provide healthy ethically sourced international foods to a global customer base The growth will create an estimated 40 new roles including warehouse administration marketing and IT roles These will join the 20 staff who currently work in the Gillmoss factory The company received adv for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take the

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/730181-jobs-boost-as-exporter-launches-online-brand.html?news_section=54017 (2016-02-01)
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  • Liverpool  /  Biggest speculative warehouse build in Liverpool for a decade THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    Liverpool for a decade has been launched by Peel Logistics Eric Wright Construction has started work on L175 a 175 000sq ft industrial and logistics facility at Liverpool International Business Park Scheduled for completion in August L175 has been brought to market by Peel Logistics in the first speculative development logistics following the announcement of its joint venture with Macquarie Capital in June 2015 L175 was launched to the region s industrial agents at a breakfast e for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/730075-biggest-spec-warehouse-build-in-liverpool-for-10-years.html?news_section=54017 (2016-02-01)
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  • Liverpool  /  Investment into software company tops £1.3m THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    West Image FreeDigitalPhotos net A SOFTWARE company which has developed a unique product for the education sector has received a further 450 000 investment from The North West Fund to support its growth It is the third round of funding for Liverpool based Collabco and brings the total amount invested to more than 1 3m The funding has been provided jointly by for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take the shine off Entu Fans in bid to buy cash starved football club Countdown

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/730053-investment-into-software-company-tops-1.3m.html?news_section=54017 (2016-02-01)
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