New Opportunities for the Future, Growing Manufacturing & Engineering Supply Chains?

The UK retains a significant position in world manufacturing and engineering, its specialist and complex capabilities are well recognised.

This meeting of the Thames and Channel, National Maritime Development Group has been designed to appeal to all enterprises involved, or seeking to work in the design ,construction, maintenance and repair of relevant maritime structures, including the complete supply chain of systems, equipment, services and support by research and education institutes.

John Ransford, Manufacturing Advisor and Supply Chain Specialist, Manufacturing Advisory Service, will be discussing how MAS works to support manufacturers based in England, no matter what size of company, from helping you to plan your business to developing new ideas. He will be joined by key representatives from SEMTA, who will be sharing how they support businesses to transform the skills and productivity of their people who power our engineering and advanced manufacturing technologies sector. Never has a sectors demand for talented and qualified employees been greater!

With a focus on supply chain development and the future sustainable growth of coastal communities, the National Maritime Development Group promotes and develop excellence in all maritime activities related to skills, education and business.

The Thames & Channel NMDG represents a maritime ‘cluster’ of more than 4000 businesses, employing 105,000 people, with a turnover of £5 billion per annum.

Date: Thursday 31st October 2013
Venue: Havering College, Ardleigh Green Campus, Hornchurch, Essex, RM11 2LL

Time : 07.30 hrs (registration) 07.45 hrs START
This venue will be providing a full English breakfast.
Price for the Breakfast will be £15+VAT for Members & their paid-for guests and £18+VAT for non-members. (N.B. Please note that all breakfasts are required to be paid in advance)

To attend the breakfast please – email info@imwa.co.uk