Latest news about Midlands aerospace


Tufnol targets new markets

Tufnol targets new markets

Tufnol Composites, a manufacturer of high-performance laminates, composites and engineering plastics, is introducing new processes to its plant in Birmingham in a bid to widen its product offering and enter new markets.

Read More
Meadowbank Vac Alloys achieve AS9100

Meadowbank Vac Alloys achieve AS9100

Meadowbank VAC Alloys have achieved their AS9100 Rev C accreditation after 18 months of hard work by all our staff at our site in Rotherham. Significant changes had to be made to the site including building work, new signage and the purchase of a Radiation Gate.

Read More
UTAS announce proposal to develop a new Centre of Excellence

UTAS announce proposal to develop a new Centre of Excellence

UTAS announce proposal to develop a new Centre of Excellence on the UTC site on Stafford Road, Wolverhampton. This Centre of Excellence will be formed by the transfer of Military, New Product Introduction and engineering for Heat Exchangers and Fluids Management Products from the UTAS Marston site on Wobaston Road, Wolverhampton.

Read More
Chancellor announces £60m to make UK world leader in aerospace technology

Chancellor announces £60m to make UK world leader in aerospace technology

The Chancellor, George Osborne has announced £60million of new funding for the development of new high-tech aerospace technology at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry. 

Read More
Invotec wins approval from European Space Agency

Invotec wins approval from European Space Agency

Invotec Group, Europe’s leading manufacturer of time critical, high technology PCBs, is delighted to announce that it has been formally awarded ESA approval – the first PCB supplier to achieve such approval in many years.

Read More
Plasticraft processing helps to meet Gardner aerospace environmental needs

Plasticraft processing helps to meet Gardner aerospace environmental needs

Recent plant development by Gardner Aerospace, the leading manufacturer of tier 1 and tier 2 aerospace parts and sub-assemblies, is now gaining from a major process line installation from Plasticraft – part of NHE. 

Read More
Delcam adds more than 50 staff in 2013

Delcam adds more than 50 staff in 2013

Delcam added more than 50 extra staff to its international workforce during 2013 to give a total of more than 700 employees within the organisation by the end of the year. 

Read More
Big guns for MAA conference

Big guns for MAA conference

Andreas Schell, President Actuation Systems at UTC Aerospace Systems, is announced as a keynote speaker at the MAA conference 2014, alongside Colin Smith, Director Engineering and Technology, Rolls-Royce.

This year's conference focus switches from 2013's look at the global business environment to what companies need to do to "survive and prosper supplying the global aerospace industry".

Pictured: Colin Smith, Andreas Schell

Read More