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See IET.tv webcast of the recent APMG Question time event held at Warwick Manufacturing Group on the 23 rd of April. This was a significant opportunity to shape the future of Manufacturing in the United Kingdom and our discussion was very topical. The Government recognition that our manufacturing sectors needs assistance is an important ... read more...
Posted by Joanne Longton on IET Midlands Manufacturing Group May 21, 2014 1:51 GMT
The IET MMG is active in the Midlands area to promote events about manufacturing in the UK.  In the past few months, the group has hosted a wide range of events, from speakers in various industries to policy issues with local politicians.  The group is made up of a small and dedicated collection of people, ranging in experiences and ... read more...
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We've just confirmed the date for the Nuffield/Mensforth Lecture at the International Manufacturing Centre at Warwick. It will be on 5th March and given by Gavin Campbell of Bambadier. More details and registration will appear on www.theiet.org/nuffield by the end of the week. Please let people know and support this lecture as it's the only IET Prestige Lecture to be held outside London and we need it to be successful.

We look forward to another interesting event held in the Midlands and hope for a good turnout for what should be a great lecture entitled: "Creating a step change in aircraft wing technology"
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