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The 28th of January saw the MTA’s Annual Dinner, held for the first time at the Vox on the NEC site,  Birmingham. Over 400 guests enjoyed a great night with friends, colleagues and contacts from across the industry. A highlight of the evening was the speech given by the MTA President, Guy Mollart. Mr Mollart highlighted the opportunities that the future presents for manufacturing in terms of changes to technology and the sector’s workforce. He also gave a strong message on the need for the UK to remain a fully engaged member of the European Union.

Hall 5 sold out – Hall 4 limited space available Packed seminar programme extended to two theatres Over 600 exhibitors expected – including 130 completely new to MACH Learning and Development Zone showcasing the next generation of engineering talent More than one day needed to experience the whole show

Commenting on the Chancellor’s Comprehensive Spending Review, James Selka, MTA CEO said:

The Finance & Leasing Association (FLA) and the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) are today releasing a joint report calling on the Government to help improve the future financing of high-value manufacturing by increasing the use of asset finance (leasing and hire purchase) through the Regional Growth Fund (RGF).

MACH 2016 has hit a key mile stone. This week the space allocated for exhibitors at the exhibition, to be held at the NEC in Birmingham between 11th – 15th April, has exceeded the that allocated for the Double Award Winning 2014 edition of the exhibition.

Total commercial space allocated has now tipped over the 22,247 square metres mark achieved in 2014. There is a huge interest in being part of the UK’s premier industrial trade show and exhibiting is a must for the UK’s manufacturing technology sector.

The latest edition of the CECIMO magazine is out now. We have a link below which will take you to a PDF version of the publication for your reading pleasure. In this edition the focus is on Additive Manufacturing and EU policy applicable to it, as well as plenty of other manufacturing titbits. 

http://www.cecimo.eu/site/fileadmin/Magazine/CECIMO_magazine_AM_edition_2015.pdf

Leading 3D Printing Company Stratasys to Exhibit

The wide spread adoption of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing has been one of the biggest revolutions in modern manufacturing technologies in the past decade, streamlining how prototypes are made and small batch manufacturing is carried out. 

With this in mind MACH 2016 is pleased to announce that next year’s exhibition will feature a dedicated 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Zone, showcasing all the latest advances in this technology.

For over a decade the Manufacturing Technologies Association’s (MTA) annual Technology, Design and Innovation (TDI) Challenge, has been shining a light on young designers and engineers. The nationwide competition for schools aims to encourage teenagers to recognise the opportunities of a career in engineering and further develop their practical knowledge of modern manufacturing. 

MACH wins Exhibition of the Year at Trade Association Forum Best Practice Awards 2015

The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) is pleased to announce that the MACH 2014 Exhibition is now a double award winning show. Following on from the success of winning Best Exhibition at The Association Excellence Awards back in February, MACH once again picked up the top prize, this time at the Trade Association Forum Best Practice Awards 2015.   

Speaking after the Budget, Manufacturing Technologies Association CEO James Selka, said: “We welcome the fact that the Chancellor has recognised that the Annual Investment Allowance could not fall back to £25,000 - £200,000 represents a decent, if not game changing, level. But it has to sit within a wider revision of the tax treatment of capital expenditure. We need to look at the writing down rate, exceptions for the most rapidly depreciating hard and software and the treatment of industrial buildings. Only then can we unlock the investment potential that exists and grow productivity.”

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