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  • Renishaw races ahead in International Women in Engineering Day celebrations

    Greenpower car Global engineering technologies company Renishaw is the official sponsor of the 2019 Castle Combe heat of the national Greenpower electric car racing competition. This year the event falls on International Women in Engineering Day on the 23rd of June.

  • Renishaw celebrated for successful UK-India relations

    Renishaw's facility in Pune, India At the third annual Indian Awards, global engineering company, Renishaw, won the Larger Business Award. Presented at the UK’s Houses of Parliament on May 29, 2019, the accolade celebrates Renishaw’s successful operations in India, as well as the company’s work with the High Commission of India.

  • Best employer award for Renishaw associate company

    Employees outside RLS d.o.o, a Renishaw associate company RLS d.o.o, a Renishaw associate company, has again been awarded a Best Employer in Slovenia Award. At the Golden Thread Awards 2018, held in March 2019 in Ljubljana, RLS picked up the accolade for best medium-sized enterprise. Renishaw d.o.o was also shortlisted in the Small Business Category after entering the competition for the first time.

  • Renishaw to showcase how its smart technologies are driving tomorrow’s production at EMO Hannover 2019, Germany

    EMO 2019 logo Global precision engineering and manufacturing technologies company, Renishaw, will be showcasing its smart technologies and intelligent process control solutions at EMO Hannover 2019 in Germany, 16th–21st September 2019.

  • Finding the engineers of tomorrow

    School visiting the Renishaw Innovation Centre at New Mills According to EngineeringUK, we need to employ 203,000 engineers every year until 2024 to meet demand. One way businesses may can help to close this skills gap is by engaging with students at a young age. Here, Simon Biggs, Education Outreach Officer at global engineering technologies company Renishaw, explains how businesses and education can collaborate to increase engagement in engineering.

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