UK Government publish Advanced Manufacturing Plan

Cambridge Precision Ltd is an active and supportive member of Make UK and notes with interest the Make UK response to the release of the government’s Advanced Manufacturing Plan.

Stephen Phipson, CEO of Make UK, the manufacturers’ organisation said: “A battery strategy is very welcome and much needed. Having a joined-up battery plan in place will be critical for the UK economy to benefit fully from new technological opportunities going forward, and we must ensure that manufacturing involves the entire supply chain, right from design to manufacturing and recycling, closely connecting car and battery industries.

“Recycling will also be very important to recover those critical materials that are essential for the low-carbon economy, and this joined up Advanced Manufacturing Plan will help deliver better coordination across the whole of the clean energy sectors.

“Make UK and industry will continue to work with the government on the practicalities of this plan, including how to incorporate manufacturing supply chains. These supply chains have a key role in supplying components and services for clean energy in the future low-carbon economy and we must ensure that the full potential is delivered to enable our companies to compete on the global stage.”


We look forward to learning more about how this plan will truly advance manufacturing and position the country as the go-to place to start and grow a manufacturing business.

UK government unveils Advanced Manufacturing Plan to boost British industry – The Manufacturer