MTA Press Releases
MACH 2020 is being described as “the unmissable event for manufacturing technology suppliers”.
Following on from the huge success of MACH 2018, which has already had upwards of £200 million worth of business attributed to it, the next edition of the show is looking to build on that success.
The Manufacturing Technologies Association is pleased to announce that it has won the 2018 British Standards Institution (BSI) Organizational Leadership Award. The award recognizes exceptional support for standards-making by a trade association, professional body or an individual company. The recipient will have demonstrated how they have supported and enabled committee members to actively participate in standards-making, as well as how, as an organization, they have constructively engaged in standards-making and supported the benefits of using standards.
Reacting to yesterday’s budget James Selka, CEO of the Manufacturing Technologies Association which represents suppliers of machine tools, specialist and enterprise software, metrology, industrial 3D printing, automation and other technologies said:
Professor Anand is the Director of the UK in a Changing Europe Centre at King’s College London.
Speaking after the launch of the Government’s Export Strategy, James Selka the Chief Executive of the Manufacturing Technologies Association, said: “This Strategy to raise the UK’s export performance, is welcome. We are pleased that it reflects the important the role that Trade Associations can play in helping to foster a supportive environment for companies to export. We welcome the increased focus on integrating UK Export Finance into the support network too – this is an area in which we have lagged behind our competitors.
MACH 2018 has triumphed at the prestigious Trade Association Forum (TAF) Best Practice Awards and Dinner 2018.
Shortlisted in the category of Exhibition of the Year, MACH 2018 took the top prize. Now in its sixteenth year the Trade Association Forum (TAF) Best Practice Awards recognise, rewards and promotes best practice amongst Trade Associations in the UK. The annual event formally supported by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
The TDI Challenge final took place on Wednesday 4th July at Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) member company, Yamakazi Mazak’s European headquarters in Worcester.
This year saw an increased number of entries from across the UK, with the finalist invited to Mazak to contest the final. Hundreds of students from across the UK submitted either their GCSE, A-Level or BTEC Design and Technology Course Work Projects to be judged by a panel of experts drawn from Industry.
The Manufacturing Technologies Association’s (MTA) flagship competition for schools, the Technology, Design and Innovation (TDI) Challenge returns to Yamakazi Mazak’s European headquarters in Worcester, on 4th July for the finals day.
The Manufacturing Technologies Association, which owns and organises the MACH Exhibition, is pleased to announce that the number of trade visitors to MACH 2018 was up 5% on the equivalent figure for the Exhibition’s last edition in 2016.
23,125 trade visitors came into the Halls at the NEC between 9-13 April. 19,445 of those visitors registered directly with MACH (a 7% increase on 2016) and an additional 3,680 registered with one of the co-located exhibitions and visited MACH too.
Sector accounts for 23% of the UK’s GDP and 5 million more jobs than widely reported
Manufacturing accounts for nearly a quarter of the economy and more than 7.4 million jobs depend on it according to new research commissioned by the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA).