Company news articles

HS2 ‘highly likely’ to overspend by up to 60% HS2 ‘highly likely’ to overspend by up to 60%

HS2 ‘highly likely’ to overspend by up to 60%

An internal report has warned the $56bn HS2 high speed rail project is unachievable and

'Change public procurement rules in response to heatwaves' 'Change public procurement rules in response to heatwaves'

'Change public procurement rules in response to heatwaves'

Public procurement rules in the UK should be altered so money is not spent on infrastructure that is not heat resilient, according to M

Highlands spaceport to create 400 supply chain jobs Highlands spaceport to create 400 supply chain jobs

Highlands spaceport to create 400 supply chain jobs

The UK Space Agency (UKSA) has backed a remote area of Scotland as the location for the UK’s first spaceport.

Adidas to use only recycled polyester by 2024 Adidas to use only recycled polyester by 2024

Adidas to use only recycled polyester by 2024

Adidas is planning to use only recycled plastics in all its polyester shoes and clothing within the next six years.

Spiralling trade costs pose ‘dairy dilemma’ after Brexit Spiralling trade costs pose ‘dairy dilemma’ after Brexit

Spiralling trade costs pose ‘dairy dilemma’ after Brexit

The UK dairy industry faces a sharp rise in prices and shortages of products when Britain leaves the EU, according to milk producer Arl

51% of executives don’t think procurement is effective 51% of executives don’t think procurement is effective

51% of executives don’t think procurement is effective

More than half (51%) of executives do not think their cur

Robotics 'cutting average costs by 37%' Robotics 'cutting average costs by 37%'

Robotics 'cutting average costs by 37%'

Robotics is enabling firms to execute business processes

Procurement's secret weapons to survive automation Procurement's secret weapons to survive automation

Procurement's secret weapons to survive automation

The BBC’s head buyer is optimistic the procurement funct

Pages