The CERAMICS UK Conference will provide a unique insight into the British ceramic manufacturing landscape. UK parliamentary support is growing for the building of a £1 billion ceramic industry in Stoke-on-Trent through the Ceramic Park initiative. This is supported by the Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone, one of the UK's 26 Enterprise Zones expected to create a further 9,000 jobs.
This increase in manufacturing is going to create supply chain gaps - How can your business benefit? Find out at the Ceramics UK Conference.
Another growth area in the UK. Some of the world's leading automotive and aerospace brands have their headquarters a short drive from Ceramics UK, as do some of the largest pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers. Over the past decade, technical ceramics solutions have been much more widely used as manufacturing techniques have improved, particularly through the advent of additive ceramic manufacturing.
One hundred million pounds has been invested in the BP International Centre for Advanced Materials working on structural materials, corrosion, separations, surfaces, deposits, imaging, modelling and self-healing materials. World renowned universities and collaborations are placing the UK at the very heart of advanced material development.
Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) will benefit with Ceramics UK being co-located with The Advanced Materials Show and conference, offering more content and access to experts. Free-of-charge for a short drive!
The exact agenda will be developed with our expert advisory board, with the initial agenda released in early 2019. If you would like to participate get in touch today at email@example.com
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