All 12 finalists in the Manufacturing Technology Association’s (MTA) annual Technology, Design and Innovation (TDI) Challenge impressed the judges with their engineering talent.
Addressing the Advances in Machining conference Mark Ridgway OBE, President of the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA), focused on the role that innovation can play in stabilising a busine
£177 million of new business has been attributed to MACH 2014, an increase of over 20% on MACH 2012.
The Advances in Machining conference will form a focal point of the Global Manufacturing Festival in Sheffield between 24 - 25 June.
The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer to lead the organisation.
The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) has refocused its China Office to offer improved services to members.
The MACH 2014 Exhibition was by any measure an outstanding success and reaffirmed MACH’s position as Britain’s biggest manufacturing technologies event.
Donations by diners at the Manufacturing Technologies Association’s Annual Dinner on 6 February raised a total of £5,570 for Fallen Fusiliers - the Fusilier Aid Society, the MTA President’s charity
Celebration and challenge were themes very much to the fore at the Manufacturing Technologies Association’s (MTA’s) 2014 Annual Dinner & Awards held on 6th February at the ICC in Birmingham.
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The MTA is pleased to announce the Annual MTA Members' Golf Day will be on 24 September 2014 at Hellidon Lak
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