The future of industry
Connected technology, data and low-carbon solutions will underpin the fourth industrial revolution and the future of industry.
As we build towards a net-zero world, those organisations that embrace these concepts and successfully reorient their business around them will emerge as the industrial powerhouses of the future.
At Wood, our technical ingenuity and deep industry domain knowledge makes us an ideal partner in helping clients across a wide range of sectors to get future ready, now
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- Case studyWood partners with the world’s largest lyocell fibre manufacturing facilityGlobal demand for a reduction in plastic use is driving people and businesses to look for alternative fabrics in sustainable, plastic free clothing and hygiene products.Explore
- Case studyKeeping the power flowing in remote ScotlandA few places are as barren as the Western Desert in Northern African’s Sahara belt. 681,000 square kilometres of uninhabited sand and rock, over two-thirds of Egypt’s total area, has laid dormant for thousands of years until now.Explore
- Case studyA world-class pharma facility for Saudi Arabia’s futureWhen Pfizer needed a new manufacturing facility for the production and packaging of pharmaceuticals in Saudi Arabia, we partnered together with our client to provide a wide range of multidisciplinary servicesExplore
- Case studyScottish Western Isles Ferry Transport Using Hydrogen (SWIFTH2) projectWood has worked at the heart of a project to discover how hydrogen generated from onshore island wind power could power ferries serving communities along the west coast and isles of Scotland. The Scottish Western Isles Ferry Transport Using Hydrogen (SWIFTH2) project is headed by the community-led Point and Sandwick Trust in collaboration with seven industry partners including Wood, and part-funded by the Scottish Government’s Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme.Explore