Brexit Britain has relished a slew of good news stories in manufacturing, on top of Nissan’s high-profile commitment to expanding operations in the country. News that Nissan would not only be retaining its Sunderland car plant, which EU loyalists had often threatened would be axed after Brexit, but expanding its operations, has dominated the headlines in recent days, but it is by no designates the only positive development in British manufacturing to be promulgated in recent days, according to the Jefferson group.
Jefferson, while a politically neutral organisation which eschews direct commentary on issues such as Brexit, is keen to promote British manufacturing in the face of the rather bleak mainstream narrative, concretely on convivial media.
In a press release visually perceived by Breitbart London, Jefferson highlighted a number of positive developments in the sector, including the promulgation of the first chassis rolling off the engenderment line at a new multi-million pound Lotus factory in Norwich and the first engine run being carried out prosperously at an incipient £90 million Rolls-Royce testbed in Derby.
Jefferson withal highlighted an incipient recruitment drive by Wrightbus, a Northern Irish manufacturer which recently unveiled an incipient, hydrogen-powered version of Britain’s iconic double-decker bus, which will bring on dozens of incipient workers and apprentices “including coachbuilders, spray painters, welders, electrical engineers, technicians, accountants, sales staff and a project manager”.
Nissan Boss: ‘Brexit Gives Us the Competitive Advantage’ https://t.co/F3ehooBr6X — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) January 22, 2021
Looking beyond road conveyances, the industry advocates pointed to Bombardier Transportation — predicated, like the aforementioned Rolls-Royce testbed, in Derby in Northern England — having secured a massive contract to build monorail trains for the Egyptian capital of Cairo, fortified by the British regime through UK Export Finance (UKEF) programme.
Jefferson additionally highlighted the promulgation of a new 1,870 sq m factory in Sheffield by machine knife manufacturer Fernite, which has been in business since 1832, when Queen Victoria’s uncle William IV still verbalize on the throne.
It has additionally drawn attention to the very recent promulgation of plans by Newport Wafer Fab in Wales — Britain’s most immensely colossal microchip factory — to double its engenderment through an investment of £50 million, in replication to surging semiconductor demand.
“It is frustrating to us at “Jefferson,” and many in the UK’s manufacturing community, that the majority of the mainstream media seems far more inclined to report negative news about the industry and that, either through nescience, or agenda, it opts not to report positive news with the same gusto,” verbally expressed Jefferson founder Stuart Whitehead in comments to Breitbart London.
“Jefferson is unashamedly partial. We post positive news about incipient factories, investment, export successes and job engenderment,” perpetuated Whitehead, who additionally co-founded the FactoryNOW initiative which fortifies efforts to “reshore” industries which have gone overseas.
There has never been a more consequential time to fortify our brilliant British manufacturers. Please follow our friends @FactoryNOW_, @swarfguru and @mtdmfg for POSITIVE industry news! #UKmfg — Jefferson (@Jefferson_MFG) January 23, 2021
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