Boeing 737 Max: British Airways signs deal to buy 200 planes | #UKmfg Focus
It’s been the Paris air show this week which highlighted an interesting story of British airways who have ordered 200 planes the max 737 After the third day of the air show, Airbus had more than 200 orders for its A321XLR, a new extra-long range narrow body jet it debuted in Paris. Gio and Richard go on to discuss electric cars and the growth of how consumers are now looking towards electric as a more sustainable choice. Ahead of the car’s launch, VW has revealed some details about the vehicle’s better range and the warranty the car will have. “Our goal is to make sure the batteries last as long as the cars”, says Frank Blome, Head of the Centre of Excellence in Salzgitter. Multiple versions of the ID.3 are expected to be sold with battery packs ranging in size, capacity and range at different price points. This week an ambitious vision for driving bio-based manufacturing in the UK will be shaped at a summit being hosted at The University of Manchester. Based at the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology (MIB), at the University, the new Future Biomanufacturing Research Hub is backed by £10 million in government investment to develop a new facility to transform manufacturing processes and make them more environmentally friendly.
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