Sustainability Case studies

Case studies for the Sustainability website hub

As a significant employer and investor in the UK, Vauxhall Motors Ellesmere Port was pleased to support the Government-led initiative “See Inside Manufacturing” for the second consecutive year, by opening the gates and welcoming over 440 school pupils aged between


Over 700 young students are expected this month to experience true British manufacturing at Vauxhall and explore career opportunities at Britain’s 4th ranked Top Employer – and top automotive employer. Following last year’s successful roll-out of the See Inside Manufacturing


Ford has been recognised in the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers list for the second year running. The prestigious Top 100 list is compiled by the National Apprenticeship Service in partnership with City & Guilds, and was announced at the National


Ford Motor Company unveiled a prototype carbon fibre bonnet that could help lower fuel consumption. The carbon fibre reinforced plastic Ford Focus bonnet displayed at the Composites Europe event in Dusseldorf, Germany, is constructed from the super-strong material more usually


Ford has been named one of the South East’s best employers in the regional final of the National Apprenticeship Awards and National Training Awards 2012. Ford ex-apprentice Lauren Bradford was also ‘highly commended’ in the category ‘Apprentice Champion of the


Ford is developing a complete virtual factory to simulate the full assembly line production process. This will enable the company to improve quality and cut costs in real world manufacturing facilities by creating and analysing computer simulations of vehicle production


Ford will back a High Speed Sustainable Manufacturing Institute (HSSMI) being launched by the Government at the Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence (CEME) in East London. Ford is to invest £1.44m of high-tech engineering and manufacturing expertise in the


Mercedes-Benz UK has invested £2.1 million into the new facilities which provide industry leading training for young people to become Mercedes-Benz qualified technicians and parts advisors.  The site was opened by HRH Duke of York and became fully operational in


Mercedes-Benz UK has invested £2.1 million into the new facilities which provide industry leading training for young people to become Mercedes-Benz qualified technicians and parts advisors.  The site was opened by HRH Duke of York and became fully operational in


During the MINI production at Plant Oxford, the paint shop is maintained under positive pressure to ensure a clean building concept. This is achieved by controlling the air supply via processes and shop ventilation, and the air exhausted via ducted