MTA - Manufacturing Technologies Association

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Bridging the Skills Gap- 12th May 2015

Do You got a skills shortages in your business?
We have a range of speakers who can help, so make sure you don’t miss out.

The MTA and the MTC are presenting a seminar on 'Bridging the Skills Gap'. This free half day seminar will include a number of speakers, lunch and a tour of the facilities at the MTC.

President’s Speech: MTA Annual Dinner 2015

Outgoing MTA President C. Mark Ridgway OBE, DL address the annual dinner and awards at the Birmingham ICC on 12th March 2015.

To read his speech in full please click here.

UK Manufacturers come out in force for MTA Annual Dinner and Awards

The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) Annual Dinner and Awards took place last night at the ICC in Birmingham.

The dinner was attended in force by MTA member companies, who were welcomed to the evening by outgoing MTA President C. Mark Ridgway OBE DL. Mr Ridgway used his address to highlight the momentum that UK manufacturing has gained since the recession and called for more sustained support from Government.

Members News

Facility upgrade

Brown & Holmes have just completed extensive facility upgrades at their Tamworth base.

MecWash targets European market at Parts2Clean in Stuttgart

Aqueous component cleaning specialist, MecWash, will continue its pro-active drive into Europe by exhibiting at leading specialist trade fair Parts2Clean

600 UK SET TO UNVEIL STUNNING NEW RANGE OF PRODUCTS AT JUNE OPENHOUSE

600 UK have been working around the clock to deliver a wealth of new, high specification lathe and workholding products that will be unveiled at a 3 day Openhouse event from 2 to 4 June 2015.

New Harrison Alpha XS combination lathes fulfill heavyweight turning demands

As part of their comprehensive new product development programme, 600 UK are bringing two new heavyweight additions to the hugely successful Harrison Alpha XS Manual / CNC lathe range. 

TWO BANDSAWS DO THE WORK OF FOUR, SAVING SPACE AND OVERHEADS

A pair of KASTO carbide-specification bandsaws cutting nickel alloys will pay for themselves in 40 weeks