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  • Renishaw Director honoured with engineering Fellowship

    Gareth Hankins Professor Gareth Hankins, Director – Group Manufacturing Services Division, at Renishaw, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (FREng). The Academy’s Fellowship represents the UK’s best engineering researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs, business and industry leaders.

  • Renishaw engineer shortlisted for IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year

    Shrouk El-Attar Shrouk El-Attar, an Electronic Design Engineer at Renishaw, has been shortlisted for the 2019 Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) Young Woman Engineer of the Year Award. The awards ceremony will be hosted at the IET London, Savoy Place, on Thursday December 5th.

  • Renishaw recruits for new graduate intake

    Graduate intake 2020 Gloucestershire-based engineering company Renishaw is recruiting 70 graduates for its 2020 intake. The company has also created new programmes for its software and manufacturing engineering streams, extending the opportunities it offers to graduates from a range of engineering disciplines. Applications are now open until November 1st 2019.

  • Renishaw apprentice gains international experience

    German Erasmus Programme Ryan Harris, an apprentice at global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, participated in a two-week Erasmus programme in Germany, funded by the European Union (EU). The programme gives Welsh college students first-hand experience of engineering in another country and broadens their knowledge of the industry by showing them different approaches.

  • Renishaw considers a proposal to co-locate its additive manufacturing teams

    Renishaw New Mills, Headquarters, Gloucestershire, UK Global engineering technologies company, Renishaw, is evaluating a potential reorganisation of its additive manufacturing (AM) business by co-locating its AM engineering, marketing and commercial activities at its New Mills headquarters site in Gloucestershire, UK. The manufacturing of AM systems will continue at the company’s Miskin site near Cardiff, South Wales.

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