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The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA), the body that represents the UK’s engineering-based manufacturing technology suppliers, has urged the Chancellor of the Exchequer to use his Autumn Budget to bolster the manufacturing sector as it looks to make a speedy recovery from the impact... Read more

A new report, published by the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA), has found that, if the UK moves towards Green manufacturing, we could see between £8 - 20 Billion added to the UK’s GDP and 400,000 to 1 million jobs created.

Earlier this week the events industry, endorsed by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport issued new guidelines - the ‘All Secure Standard’ - to ensure that shows and exhibitions can go ahead in the coming months.

The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) have launched the 2020 edition of the Technology, Design and Innovation (TDI) Challenge.

A consortium of significant UK industrial, technology and engineering businesses from across the aerospace, automotive and medical sectors, has come together to produce medical ventilators for the UK. 

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The Covid 19 Lockdown is not being lifted but it is changing. Sunday saw a statement from the Prime Minister setting out a conditional timetable for restrictions to be eased.

The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA), which owns and runs the MACH exhibition on behalf of the industry, has taken the decision to reschedule MACH from April 2020 to January 2021.

Not only is MACH 2020 the UK’s national manufacturing exhibition, with the largest range of technology on show under one roof, it is also playing host to an extensive seminar programme.

The High Value Manufacturing (HVM) Catapult is the go-to place for manufacturing technologies in the UK, supporting organisations of all sizes in their success. MACH 2020 is pleased to announce that the HVM Catapult will be exhibiting at the UK’s national manufacturing showcase this April.

Thursday night (6th February) saw the Manufacturing Technologies Association’s (MTA) Annual Dinner take place at the at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London.

MACH 2020 is pleased to announce that the Made Smarter programme will be exhibiting at the UK’s national manufacturing showcase. Their stand at the exhibition will look to help SMEs start their digital journey.

The UK’s National Manufacturing and Engineering showcase MACH 2020 will take place between 20th to 24th April 2020 at the NEC in Birmingham.

MACH

MACH, a biennial exhibition of manufacturing technologies, is the UK’s largest industrial trade event attracting 25,000 visitors. It is wholly owned and operated by the MTA.

Industry Focus

Advanced Manufacturing is a dynamic, globalised, sector which is constantly evolving. Much of that evolution is as a consequence of technological change which is happening at a faster rate than ever before. Manufacturing Technology that change right across sectors and in companies of all sizes. The MTA exists to help its members transform the manufacturing world.

Our Services

The MTA offers a wide range of services to our members: Marketing, Grants for Training and Apprenticeships, Representation, Networking and Information. You can find out more about what we and our members have achieved together.

Outreach

The MTA is a not-for-profit organisation which strives to make a positive difference to our industry and society more widely. In particular the MTA recognises the importance in supporting outreach activities to encourage new talent into the industry, helping to close the current skills gap. 

Events

Creating business opportunities for our members is a key aim for the MTA. Our vibrant networking events, annual dinner, inward and outward missions and export activities are all designed to create links for the UK’s advanced engineering sector and leading international engineering organisations.

News from our members

Currently, the evolution of the industry allows to monitor the equipment through 4.0 technologies to know not only their state, but also the errors that can occur in a specific moment of the production in real time.

ERLO Group, as part of the special machinery suppliers for the facility, provided a Taylor-made solution for the precision drilling machine of the torque tubes of the facility.

For Tebis, CAM automation is a key principle for effective and efficient CNC programming whilst improving machining quality, efficiency and safety. One of the features that supports CAM automation with Tebis CAD/CAM is the use of NCSets.

For Tebis, CAM automation is a key principle for effective and efficient CNC programming whilst improving machining quality, efficiency and safety. One of the features that supports CAM automation with Tebis CAD/CAM is the use of NCSets.