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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.

The MTA Business Survey for January is underway and we would encourage all members to take a couple of moments to respond.  While we are in a period of uncertainty, it is more important than ever that we have an overview of the business situation in our sector.  The on-line form available at www.mta.org.uk/mta-business-survey-jan19 and we look forward to receiving your responses.

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Webinar & E-Learning sessions cover HR and health & safety basics, right through to specialised training sessions including relevant legislation and key case law.

Understanding the Law on Foreign Workers

• Who has automatic rights to work in the UK?

• Sponsoring migrant workers

• What checks are you required to do?

The CECIMO Toolbox has been extensively re-imagined and the latest edition is dated to reflect the data period that it covers.

The various data series that are reported have been grouped into sections which are titled Historical Data, Demand, Investment, Business Climate and General Indicators.  These are intended to guide the user through the various data series and point to the parts of the business that each section mostly reflects.

PMI, UK and Euro-zone, December 2018:  The UK manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) improved again to stand at 54.2 at the end of 2018;  this was the highest reading in the 2nd half of the year, although the quarterly average was the weakest since Q3-2016 because of the low (but still positive) PMI in October.  The improvement in December was mainly driven by new orders and stocks of purchases with IHS Markit (the organisation that compiles the PMI) reflecting that both of these...

The MTA Business Survey for December has been launched – this is one of our slightly longer quarterly surveys, but we hope that this won’t put you off and that as many MTA members as possible will take a few moments to help us build a picture of our industry as we move into what will be a momentous year for the UK economy.  The on-line form available at www.mta.org.uk/mta-business-survey-d

The MTA are delighted to announce we will have a Pavillion for MTA Members at Automechanika Birmingham at the NEC from 4-6 June 2019

Details about the exhibition can be found at www.automechanika-birmingham.com

If you would like to enquire about being part of the Pavillion please contact:

james.fudge@mta.org.uk

020 7298 6408

With Future Engineering Ireland only a few weeks away we are excited to inform members we have an extra booth available!

Co-located with National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition, now in its 5th successful year, the exhibition will be taking place on January 17th 2019 at Citywest, Dublin.

The MTA Dinner is a highlight of the Manufacturing Calendar with place for this year’s event are filling up fast. Held at the Westminster Bridge Park Plaza in Central London the Dinner brings together hundreds of people from across manufacturing and beyond. You can find out how to make sure your company is represented here https://www.mta.org.uk/event/mta-centenary-dinner-2019

The November edition of the MTA Business Survey will be closing early next week, so there is still time to let us have your input if you have not done so already.  In these uncertain times, it is important that we have a good overview of the business situation for our industry, so we would encourage as many members as possible to respond to the survey.  You can access the on-line form at www.mta.org.uk/mta-business-survey-nov18 - w

PMI, UK and Euro-zone, November 2018:  The Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) for the UK manufacturing sector picked up in November to 53.1;  this suggests that the 27-month low recorded in October was something of an exception (probably related to the uncertainty over Brexit), although the improvement this month only bring the index in-line with the trend we have seen for this year.  Compared to October, both output and orders increased across all the sub-sectors of consumer, i

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