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Future Engineering Ireland sees manufacturing technologies debut

Future Engineering Ireland sees manufacturing technologies debut
The size and value of Ireland’s manufacturing sector has grown hugely over the last few decades and that growth continued at record levels last year. With over 4,000 firms operating in range of hi-tech sectors, from medical to aerospace, the market for manufacturing technology is huge. The biggest event in the country’s manufacturing calendar is the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition a one-day event which attracts over 4,000 people to the Citywest venue outside Dublin. 
16th July 2018

Student’s embrace manufacturing technologies

Student’s embrace manufacturing technologies
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 a select few 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.
5th July 2018

The true impact of manufacturing on the UK economy

The true impact of manufacturing on the UK economy
Did you know that manufacturing in the UK accounts for nearly a quarter of the economy? And more than 7.4 million jobs depend on it, this is all according to new research commissioned by the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA). For the first time ever, the study by world leading economics consultancy Oxford Economics has taken into account the full impact of the UK’s manufacturing economy, including the indirect effect of increasingly complex supply chains and the induced effect of the spending that manufacturers wages create in the economy. 
11th April 2018


Engineers Without Borders UK has support from MTA

Engineers Without Borders UK has support from MTA
The evening which celebrates the engineering industry took place on 8th February, the Manufacturing Technologies Association Annual Dinner, and while there was a big celebration of the UK advanced engineering sector, the event also had a charitable side. The dinner saw the announcement of the Presidents charity for the coming year. President Geoff Bryant, chose to support Engineers Without Borders UK for 2018.
6th March 2018

The entries are now open for TDI Challenge 2018

The entries are now open for TDI Challenge 2018
The 2018 edition of the flagship competition for D&T and engineering students, the Technology Design and Innovation (TDI) Challenge sponsored by Close Brothers, has been launched by the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA). The annual competition for schools and colleges has grown in prominence over the past decade to becoming one of the leading extracurricular school’s competitions in the UK.
2nd March 2018

MTA Annual Dinner Sets the scene for MACH 2018

MTA Annual Dinner Sets the scene for MACH 2018
The Annual Dinner of the Manufacturing Technologies Association this year took place the Park Plaza Hotel in Westminster last night. The event, which is always a highlight of the manufacturing calendar, was attended by 500 guests from across the MTA’s membership, the wider manufacturing community and beyond.
12th February 2018

MTA and members show support to the Year of Engineering

MTA and members show support to the Year of Engineering
  The Year of Engineering is being fully supported by the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA). The Year of Engineering is a Government campaign, which launched this week to celebrate the world and wonder of UK engineering in 2018.
17th January 2018

MTA and AMRC's Factory 2050 forge Industry 4.0 feature at MACH

MTA and AMRC's Factory 2050 forge Industry 4.0 feature at MACH
With next year’s MACH just around the corner and with Industry 4.0 and digitalisation being the centre of hot conversation topics, it’s not a surprise that the industry has seen a 3% growth since last year. Electronic Specifier’s Anna Flockett recently went to visit the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre’s (AMRC) Factory 2050, as it has partnered up with the MTA who together will be demonstrating a cost-effective adaptation of Industry 4.0 Technologies at MACH 2018.
4th December 2017

National technology, design and innovation challenge winners announced

National technology, design and innovation challenge winners announced
The final of this year’s national Technology, Design and Innovation (TDI) Challenge took place on Wednesday 5th July at Yamakazi Mazak’s headquarters in Worcester. 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.
11th July 2017

The TDI Challenge has announced its finalists

The TDI Challenge has announced its finalists
  This year’s Technology, Design and Innovation (TDI) Challenge finalists have been announced. The competition enables talented young people to showcase their work and helps them to understand the sophistication and dynamism of advanced manufacturing.
15th June 2017

MACH 2018 looks promising for industry

MACH 2018 looks promising for industry
  Taking place at the NEC in Birmingham the preparation for next year’s MACH show is under way, with over 75% of exhibitor space already sold. MTA CEO James Selka described this as a very encouraging sign for the industry.
11th May 2017


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