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Exploring potential for advanced manufacturers

08 March 2011

A conference highlighting future supply chain opportunities for advanced engineering and materials businesses in the aerospace, defence, oil and gas and power generation sectors will be held in the UK at Castle Park in Doncaster on 16th March.

The event is entitled ‘A Balanced Portfolio: Future Opportunities and Challenges across the Advanced Engineering and Materials Sector’. Organised by AEM Yorkshire the event will focus on specific opportunities for companies looking to become part of the supply chain in these potentially lucrative sectors.

AEM Yorkshire is managed by NAMTEC (The National Metals Technology Centre) and delivers an integrated programme of business support to regional companies, as well as enabling collaboration between like-minded businesses and research organisations.

Dr Alan McLelland, Director of AEM Yorkshire, said: “Diversification is the key to business sustainability and growth in the current uncertain marketplace. This conference is designed to give companies a competitive edge, by enabling them to hear about future programmes, products and technological challenges from industry experts and to find out what is required from future suppliers.”

The event has a top line up of speakers from leading companies including Cameron, Northrop Grumman, Marshall Aerospace, Doosan Babcock, Scottish and Southern Energy, Alstom, UK Renewables and the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre.


Delegates can book online at www.aemyorkshire.com/events 


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