Retooling leaves engine manufacturing subdued in September

Engine manufacturing output year-to-date, 2012-2014 Click through to download the UK engine manufacturing news release for September 2014.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Significant investment is being made into low-emissions engine manufacturing in the UK, ensuring a positive outlook for the sector. UK engine manufacturing down 13.6% in September as facilities undergo re-tooling efforts for new products. Output has fallen 5.0% over the year-to-date, but percentage exported has increased.  Engine manufacturing output rolling year total

Italy fails to reach World Cup for the first time since

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedWorld Cup: Defending champion Germany eliminatedJune 27, 2018In “Sports”World Cup: Messi’s Argentina lose 0-3 to CroatiaJune 21, 2018In “Sports”Windies entering World Cup as underdogs but optimistic of lifting title- HolderApril 26, 2018In “Sports” After lifting the trophy four times, Gian Piero Ventura’s side will have to wait at least four years for another opportunity.For the first time since 1958, Italy won’t be participating in a World Cup.It was a sad day for the former World Cup winnersItaly played to a 0-0 draw with Sweden in a World Cup qualifying play-off second leg on Monday, falling 1-0 on aggregate to miss out on Russia 2018.Gian Piero Ventura’s men were beaten 1-0 in Stockholm in the first leg on Friday, and were unable to overcome that deficit at the San Siro in Milan.The Azzurri are one of the most successful teams in history at the World Cup, lifting the trophy in 1934, 1938, 1982 and 2006, but they won’t even get the chance to participate in the tournament next summer.Ventura will now almost certainly lose his job after he took over from Antonio Conte following Italy’s successful Euro 2016 run, when they fell on penalties to Germany in the quarter-finals.Head coach of the Italy national team Gian Piero VenturaDespite going out in the quarter-finals, Conte was considered to have overachieved with that Italy side, who were short on talent in comparison to Azzurri teams of the past.But Ventura failed to achieve what his predecessor had during his year-and-a-half in charge, with Italy regressing in a World Cup qualifying campaign that counted a 1-1 home draw to Macedonia last month among its more disappointing results.Ventura could only lead Italy to a second-place finish in UEFA World Cup qualifying Group G, finishing five points behind group winners Spain and setting up a play-off with the Swedes to reach Russia. read more