MTA Press Releases
At the MTA, we are always looking for ways to provide you with useful information to help you do business. Therefore, we have created a booklet around Standards currently under development. They are documents which contain technical specifications or other precise criteria, which are designed to be used consistently as a rule, guideline or definition. Essentially, standards are an agreed way of doing something, and therefore ensure the quality and consistency of products and services and allow consumers to have confidence that their products are safe, reliable and of a good quality.
The 15th April holds a special place in the history of the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA), as it was on this date in 1919 that the Association was founded and the first meeting of its members held.
The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) is pleased to announce that for the fifth consecutive show Lloyds Bank will be the headline sponsors of MACH 2020.
MACH 2020 is scheduled to take place from 20th-24th April at the NEC, Birmingham. The exhibition will showcase the latest in manufacturing technologies, with Lloyds Bank's involvement being a pivotal part of the event.
The Technology, Design and Innovation (TDI) Challenge is back for 2019. The Manufacturing Technologies Association’s (MTA) flagship school’s competition is now open for entries.
The national competition encourages students to submit their existing coursework projects, which would go towards either their GCSE, A-Level or BTEC qualifications.
Good evening and welcome to this extra special occasion - The Manufacturing Technologies Association’s Centenary Dinner.
We are delighted to be generously supported once again by Close Brothers Asset Finance who have such a great history of supporting our sector.
I started in this industry 40 years ago, and as a 20 year old production engineer trying to improve machine tool productivity, I could not have possibly imagined that I would be making this speech tonight. I am extremely proud to be your president in the 100th year of our association.
Thursday night (28th February 2019) saw the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) Annual Dinner at the Park Plaza Hotel in Westminster, London. The event had special significance this year with the added jubilation of marking the Association’s 100th anniversary of representing the UK’s manufacturing technology suppliers. The event was attended by over 500 guests from across the MTA’s membership, the wider manufacturing community and beyond.
As time passes and we are still without an agreement on a Brexit Deal between the UK and the EU, the risk of the UK leaving without a Deal in place, which almost no one says they want, is growing. The MTA strongly believes that a Deal would be advantageous not least in that it would offer a transition period for Businesses to adapt while the final status is hammered out. We will continue to argue for one, but, it is important to be as prepared as possible for the eventuality of a No Deal scenario.
The full shortlist has been announced for the13th edition of the EN Awards, which takes place on 22 March at Battersea Evolution. MACH 2018 has been shortlisted for two awards at the event for Best Trade Show and Best Feature Area for MACH’s collaboration with the AMRC on the Factory 2050 area.
James Fudge Head of Events for the MTA said “in is a real honour being nominated for these two awards, MACH 2018 was a great success and being recognised and shortlisted by our peers is a fantastic achievement in itself, we hope to be successful on awards night.
Speaking about the risk of a ‘No Deal’ Brexit, Manufacturing Technologies Association CEO James Selka said “The manufacturing technologies sector is highly internationalised. All of our members have either international suppliers or international customers, frequently both, and they need the confidence that they will be able to work with them on a secure basis in the future.