According to the fourth quarter Manufacturing Outlook survey published today by EEF, the manufacturers organisation, and BDO LLP, strong performance across all sectors and regions, has been underpinned by the "robust demand" coming from overseas markets.
Expectations remain above the long term survey average and EEF is forecasting that engineering and manufacturing will continue to outperform the rest of the UK economy in 2011, said EEF chief economist Lee Hopley.
Tom Lawton, head of manufacturing at BDO LLP, added: "Manufacturers now need to take advantage of this continued growth by investing in capital equipment and the skills within their workforce. They should also take the opportunity provided by the UK's competitive currency to grow market share overseas."
It comes after Dean Ball, regional managing director at Michael Page International, told the Recruiter that the manufacturing sector in the UK is set for steady growth next year, which is likely to affect manufacturing sales recruitment consultants.
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Posted by Wayne Bly
Source: The Sales Engineer News