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OB2B at AE17

25 Oct 2017 by Engineering Capacity

OB2B Industrial Marketing & PR  is exhibiting once again at the Advanced Engineering Show (Stand L170). The company specialises in providing marketing and PR writing services to manufacturers of polymer based materials, composites, engineering plastics and adhesives.

Advanced Engineering 2017 is next week

25 Oct 2017 by Engineering Capacity

On 1 and 2 November at the NEC, Birmingham Advanced Engineering 2017 will feature five co-located zones and keynote speakers from companies including Airbus, Boeing, GKN and Dassault Systemes.

The event, which is set to by the UK's largest advanced engineering show this year is conceived as a place where UK supply chain meets face-to-face with engineering management, spanning: process, control and plant industries; R & D; design; test; production & procurement from OEMs, integrators and top tier industry players within multiple industries.

Quality seal for metal injection moulders

18 Oct 2017 by Engineering Capacity

The Quality Management System at metal injection moulding specialist CMG Technologies certified to the revised, internationally recognised ISO 9001:2015 standard.

Rachel Garrett, managing director, said: “Companies were given a three-year period in which to transition to the new standard but we decided to apply for it as soon as possible because we want our customers to be assured that we are fully certified to the updated standard.

Pentaxia prepares for composite future

18 Oct 2017 by Engineering Capacity

As it starts the move to its new six-acre site, advanced composites manufacturer Pentaxia will be unveiling £1m investment plans at this year’s Advanced Engineering 2017.

Exhibiting alongside 600 suppliers of engineering products and solutions at the NEC Birmingham on 1st and 2nd November, the company is inviting business leaders to find out more about the installation of cutting edge equipment and upgraded facilities that will double its existing production capability.

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