Latest news about Midlands aerospace


Icon Aerospace Technology invest £7m into Nottinghamshire production facility

Icon Aerospace Technology invest £7m into Nottinghamshire production facility

      An investment of £7m from Icon Aerospace Technology transforming a Victorian factory into a new state-of-the-art production facility.

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Midlands aerospace growth continues

Midlands aerospace growth continues

Since 2005 business turnover has doubled, employment 50% up.

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Nasmyth Group Business Structure

Nasmyth Group Business Structure

Nasmyth Group Limited will be transferring their share of ownership of Metal Process Services Ltd to its fellow shareholders.

 

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Mettis Aerospace exceeds in turnover and profits for the latest financial year

Mettis Aerospace exceeds in turnover and profits for the latest financial year

Mettis reports a rise in both turnover and profits for its latest financial year, a turnover of £75m for the year to 31 December 2017, up from £67.9m in 2016.

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Manufacturer Alloy Wire smashes £10M barrier

Manufacturer Alloy Wire smashes £10M barrier

For the first time in its 72-year history thanks to major new orders, Alloy wire have smashed the £10m barrier for the first time.

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Liberty Hall Capital Partners acquires AeroCision LLC

Liberty Hall Capital Partners acquires AeroCision LLC

AeroCision will be intergrated into Bromford Industries, a leading supplier of: close tolerance engine components, fabrications and assemblies for the global aerospace and power generation industries.

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Employee takes Lean Manufacturing to new level after company SC21 award.

Employee takes Lean Manufacturing to new level after company SC21 award.

Coventry based Arrowsmith Engineering has once again been recognised for continued high levels of quality and delivery performance by retaining Silver SC21.

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JJ Churchill reduces machining operations by half with Blue Photon

JJ Churchill reduces machining operations by half with Blue Photon

JJ Churchill announced that it has reduced its tooling costs by 5% with a 50% reduction in the number of machining operations on a specific critical part.

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