On Tuesday 2nd December the Manufacturing Technologies Association held their Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Church House in Westminster London.
Speaking today James Selka, The Manufacturing Technologies Association’s Chief Executive, commented:
Wednesday 29th October saw the MTA's Members’ Quarterly Meeting, the latest in a series of meetings aimed to inform, debate and discuss the key issues of the day.
MTA Members, including Group Rhodes, Renishaw and Delcam, are currently in India with the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg as part of a delegation focused on the aerospace sector. The three-day vi
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Leaving aside the pageantry and flummery of the occasion the Queen’s speech is still an opportunity for a Government to set the tone for the forthcoming year.
Two MTA members have won Queen’s Awards for Enterprise in the 2014 listing.
MTA President, Mark Ridgway OBE, said:
The Director General of the Manufacturing Technologies Association, Graham Dewhurst, has announced his decision to retire, effective from the summer of 2014.
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Following their successful seminar at MACH 2014, Cranfield University and the MTA have once again teamed up to bring Members a special conference on UK Industrial Surface Engineering.
The MTA Annual Dinner 2015 will be held on 12 March 2015.
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