In a push for further growth in 2018, M.R. Machine Knives Ltd will be exhibiting at the Anuga Foodtec Exhibition in Cologne between the 20th and 23rd of March. We will be pushing new products, as well as reinforcing the persistent quality and usability of our existing products. We encourage current, new and prospected customers to visit our stall during these days.
Everyone at M.R. Machine Knives Ltd. would like to wish all of our loyal customers a very happy new year for 2018, which will hopefully be a successful and prosperous year!
2017 signified massive changes for us at M.R. Machine Knives Ltd, we had the biggest news since our foundation in 2009 which was the relocation to our new premises, this changed our company in a very significant way and our output has increased profoundly. Read More
In the middle of June, M.R. Machine Knives was proud to announce to our clients that we had moved into a new, modern production facility.
The new facility was designed to streamline our production lines and expand our production capabilities to meet the worldwide demand for our high quality machine knives. The new building not only assists manufacturing, but also gives us a much larger warehouse and office space. This further increases the productivity and efficiency of the business. Read More
George Eustice has retained his position as food and farming minister in the latest ministerial appointments by new Prime Minister Theresa May.
May announced a raft of junior ministerial appointments with Eustice retaining his position as the minister in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. He will report to the secretary of state for the department Andrea Leadsom. Read More
Brexit will make skills development in the food and drink manufacturing sector even more important, said new environment secretary Andrea Leadsom, at the launch of a new apprenticeship programme.
“In the post Brexit world, investing in skills and apprenticeships will be more important than ever,” said Leadsom, in her first speech since her appointment to the helm of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA). Read More