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Sony | December 19, 2018
The Sony Technology Centre in Wales has produced high-spec HD broadcast cameras that were used in the FIFA World Cup in Russia. New 4K cameras and equipment will be manufactured by Sony at its Technology Centre in Wales.
It will create the higher specification HDC3170 and HDC3500 broadcast camera models at its site in Pencoed. These cameras will be designed to be used in some of the world’s leading sporting contests like the FIFA World Cup, as well as news and entertainment stories....
ELEMENTUM 3D | January 13, 2020
Additive manufacturing research and development company Elementum 3D has received investment from Sumitomo Corporation of Americas through its Series A funding round. The undisclosed amount has been given to Elementum in order to support its endeavours in the development of advanced metal, composites and ceramic materials for 3D printing. It represents SCOA’s fourth investment in the additive manufacturing market, after backing aerospace supplier Sintavia, manufacturer AREVO, and service b...
Manufacturing Global | January 13, 2020
Shannon Murphy, Assistant Head of Risk Underwriting and manufacturing specialist at Euler Hermes, examines the last 12 months and explains where the risks lie for the sector in the year ahead. Manufacturers around the world have had a challenging year in 2019. The impact of the ongoing trade dispute between the US and China and uncertainty surrounding the UK’s withdrawal from the EU have both contributed to the slowing of the global economy, which will have given the sector’s leaders...
Outsourcing-Pharma.com | January 13, 2020
BMS and Catalent disclosed the deal for the site in June, at which time they hoped to work through the regulatory approvals and union consultations needed to close the transaction by the end of the year. One week into 2020, Bristol-Myers revealed it had closed the deal. The deal covers a 19,300-square-meter manufacturing facility in Anagni, a town in central Italy, that lists cardiovascular, neuroleptics, anticancer, metabolic and anti-inflammatory medicines among the drugs it makes and packages...
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