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Dontyne Systems has been featured in The Parliamentary Review

Chaired jointly by Lord Blunkett and Lord Pickles, The Parliamentary Review has become a staple in the political calendar. Bringing together views from across the political spectrum, The Review is a template for best practice across a multitude of sectors. Industry leaders celebrate their success, share their concerns and look to the future to consider how external factors ranging from Brexit to the domestic skills gap may affect the road ahead.

Dontyne Systems was established in 2006, based in Newcastle upon Tyne, and has gone from strength to strength since then. Now with over 150 customers in 15 countries, they explain in their Review article that with using Indsutry 4.0 principles they can look forward to future with confidence.

Technology is surging forwards apace all across the world, and Britain is no exception. This year’s edition of The Parliamentary Review explains the progress that the industry has experienced on both a domestic and international level, while also highlighting pertinent issues for the future.

Co-chairman of The Review, Lord Pickles, has noted that this year’s Review provides “content from a wide range of organisations – small and large; new and old; those at the peak of their powers and those who have peaks to surmount” all of whose voices must be listened to by those in power.

Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that “British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review.”

Dontyne Systems‘s article can be viewed here: www.theparliamentaryreview.co.uk/organisations/dontyne-systems

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