Manufacturing Resilience Report
Driving Recovery Towards Net Zero
This report shows that emulating the most efficient in the sector can generate enhanced profits, create jobs and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Enginuity is proud to sponsor a new report on the future of the UK’s manufacturing sector: Manufacturing Resilience, Driving Recovery towards Net Zero.
Policy Connect and the Commission put forward a practical set of measures for Government and industry for building resilience and transitioning to a globally competitive, decarbonised, and sustainable manufacturing sector.
Learning from companies that have gone further and achieved successes despite the pandemic downturn, suggests manufacturers, on average, would be 24% more profitable, generate 30% more jobs, and report a 9% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by matching the most efficient operator in their sector.
Ann Watson, CEO of Enginuity said:
“We know to our costs that we don’t always get due warning of an impending crisis – but that’s not the case where climate change is concerned. Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering is preparing to play its part in mitigating the worst effects.
“Not so long ago the green agenda was thought to have a high economic price tag attached to it – but this report shows that emulating the most efficient in the sector can generate enhanced profits, create jobs and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
“Mankind and the entire natural world would pay dearly if these findings were not adhered to.”
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