6,370 jobs available in Singapore's manufacturing sector: Josephine Teo

THE manufacturing sector in Singapore has continued to create more jobs with increased output, and even hard-hit sub-sectors like marine and offshore need workers to support their transformation...

KTMG develops own brand, expands manufacturing to PPEs amid pandemic

WITH over 30 years of experience in manufacturing textile and apparel for international customers, Catalist-listed KTMG is now looking to develop its own product line.

Accelerating digital to build better industries post-Covid

THE Covid-19 crisis will transform industry across Asia. New circumstances have reinforced the importance of agility, efficiency, and resiliency across the region - which continues to vie for...

Precision engineering is growth industry for Singapore: Chan

PRECISION engineering has been singled out as a growth industry for Singapore, "even in a downtime like this", Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing said on Monday.

Singapore to support precision engineering growth with 1,500 vacancies on offer

ENHANCED measures are under way to help Singapore companies in growth sectors "pull apart from the competition", Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing said on Monday, even as the...

Pushing the envelope on print

HAVING the fundamentals in place cannot ameliorate all the challenges thrown up by the Covid-19 pandemic, but it can certainly put you a few paces ahead.

Rolls-Royce to merge some Singapore, UK operations

BRITISH engine-maker Rolls-Royce on Thursday said it will consolidate its Singapore aero engine assembly and test volume into its UK operations in Derby.

Engineering firm pivots to seize new opportunities

In February, Certact Engineering started shifting its business focus from metal machining to plastics engineering, in a bid to remain competitive and revive its flagging business.

Factories reopened in June, but weak global demand continues to hurt

SINGAPORE factories were set to ramp up activity in June as a two-month "circuit breaker" ended, an early sentiment gauge has suggested.

Manufacturers ramp it up despite coronavirus

Syngenta Singapore ran into difficulty when the Malaysian movement control order kicked into gear to prevent further spread of the coronavirus.

Pandemic prompts manufacturers to rejig supply chains, operations

AS BUSINESS gradually resumes in the recovery phase of Singapore's pandemic response, manufacturers here are making major changes to their supply chains and operations in facilities both locally...