Latest news about Midlands aerospace


ASDEC facilities allow improved efficiencies in Power Generation

ASDEC facilities allow improved efficiencies in Power Generation

The vibration analysis equipment at ASDEC is proving valuable for the power generation industry.

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WMTR Ltd announces major UK expansion

WMTR Ltd announces major UK expansion

Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research Ltd continued its UK expansion by opening a state-of-the-art materials testing facility in Banbury, Oxfordshire.

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Make your ideas happen in aerospace - final call now open!

Make your ideas happen in aerospace - final call now open!

Do you have an idea that might improve a process, a technology, a supply chain?

If you had funding could you introduce a change or an improvement to one of your existing products or processes?

Do you have an idea to combine exisiting technologies into one product?. . .Then NATEP may be able to help!

The final funding call for potential projects is 14 May.

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Aerospace engineer will head for Paris Air Show

Aerospace engineer will head for Paris Air Show

Thriving Black Country aerospace engineering company, MJ Sections, is jetting across to the Continent this summer to take part for the first time in the prestigious Paris Air Show.

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Arrowsmith on course to double turnover

Arrowsmith on course to double turnover

A Coventry manufacturer, Arrowsmith Engineering, which supplies parts to the aerospace sector is poised to double its £4m turnover following a six-figure property deal. 

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Techniswage invests £80,000 in new machinery

Techniswage invests £80,000 in new machinery

Techniswage have recently taken delivery of a LM AST100 CNC machine, which will enable them to continue to grow as a business.  

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Hexagon expands with the acquisition of Q-DAS

Hexagon expands with the acquisition of Q-DAS

Hexagon AB today announced the acquisition of Q-DAS.

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More orders for Trent engines

More orders for Trent engines

Air China has selected Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines for 15 new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.

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