March 2020 saw businesses close their doors, everyone told to stay at home with the world in an uncertain place with more questions than answers.
Wakefield Climate Emergency Climate Change Action Plan
England’s £3 billion water market was deregulated in April 2017, meaning that non-domestic customers were able to switch water supplier for the first time ever, allowing them to reduce their water and wastewater bills, and find a supplier better suited to their own specific operational needs.
Business and management experts at Leeds Beckett University have formed a partnership with a family-owned engineering firm based in Normanton, Wakefield, to support their ambitious plans to grow and reach new markets.
Industrial automation specialist Sewtec is set to launch its own unique standard product range, offering customers premium standard automated packaging machines, ranging from case erectors to robotic palletising systems. Sewtec manufactures automated machinery from its state-of-the-art facility in Silkwood Park, Wakefield. This will be the first time the bespoke manufacturer has released a range of standard machines, targeting end users across the packaging industry.
HAD-Print and HAD-IT have moved to Shaw Lodge Mills a historic traditional Yorkshire Textile Mill, in Halifax. The new unit is within the old Mending Rooms, with glorious natural light flooding in, and beautiful views across the Hebble valley.
Halifax lawyer Clive Masters is celebrating this month after marking thirty years’ service with Calderdale legal practice Wilkinson Woodward Solicitors.