A cocktail of risks threatens Europe’s growth: the war in Ukraine, the energy crisis, the tightening of interest rates, and high inflation. Despite these challenges, there is cautious optimism for 2023. For more industry intel and other tidbits, read on.
This week, we focus on Europe – but with a sentimental overtone. After 17 years as AMT’s man in Europe, Hubert Sawicki will retire at the end of 2022. The following is a reminiscent overview of that period, as well as a link to his personal farewell.
The war in Ukraine continues to impact global markets. EU countries closely coordinate actions to tackle rising prices and supply scarcity. Could this produce economic momentum for Central and Eastern Europe? For more updates and other tidbits, read on.
Europe’s automotive sector has long been the main industrial contributor to European prosperity. Despite recent setbacks, the continent's electrification is moving full steam ahead with major investments and strategies. For more industry intel, read on.
Simultaneous shows in America and Europe, IMTS and AMB, are a testament to the strength of the manufacturing technology industry. This week, we take a look at the state of Europe's MT users, EV adoption, renewable energy, and other interesting tidbits.
The logistic restrictions generated by the COVID pandemic for over two years have shifted the major manufacturers’ outsourcing strategies and made them look closer to home, for alternative solutions...
Europe is on the mend as manufacturers continue reshoring. More money is going toward energy sourcing, sustainable fuels, and manufacturing. While the sector recovers, satisfying current demand domestically remains a challenge. For more intel, read on.