- When: Thursday October 19th 2017, 8.00am – 11.00am
- Where: South Lodge Hotel, near Horsham
- Subject: The 2017 MHA Manufacturing & Engineering Report
METALL is back! After an extremely successful forum held back in June, organisers are returning to the Horsham venue for this month’s forum. With discussions led by Philippa Oldham, METALL who is sponsored by MHA Carpenter Box, asb law and CBSbutler will be looking into the recent annual report issued by MHA. The event will be centred around the opportunities and concerns facing the UK Manufacturing and Engineering sectors.
METALL’s primary aim is to inform, educate and facilitate discussion and progress in the Manufacturing, Engineering and Technology sectors and this event promises to deliver on every count. Places will be limited so please sign up to avoid disappointment.
Philippa Oldham, IMechE’s Head of Manufacturing and Transport, joins METALL this month as chairperson and headline speaker. Her wealth of experience in this area will help analyse the findings of the 2017/2018 MHA Manufacturing & Engineering Report.
This year’s survey includes data collected from businesses from across the METALL region, drawing in on national and regional insights from over 450 clients and contacts.
As part of her role for IMechE, Philippa is often interviewed and quoted, so her insight around policy and her common-sense approach to helping the sector to help itself, can be both informing and thought provoking. This month’s forum will be an excellent opportunity to discuss trends and developments in Manufacturing and Engineering; and despite the uncertainty over Brexit, the report shows that for the last 12 months the sector remains optimistic about the future.
The full report went onto cover all the sub sectors within manufacturing and engineering that included aerospace, automotive, agriculture, biotechnology, chemical, construction, electrical and electronic, food and drink, healthcare, leisure, metals, minerals and materials, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, renewables and transport, to name but a few. Our previous event was a sell out and this annual event is sure to be as popular, so please sign up as soon as possible:
Key findings in the report:
The full report covers all sub sectors within manufacturing and engineering that includes aerospace, automotive, agriculture, biotechnology, chemical, construction, electrical and electronic, food and drink, healthcare, leisure, metals, minerals and materials, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, renewables and transport, to name but a few.
READ the full report here
This annual event is sure to be popular, so if you haven’t got your tickets pop on over to the METALL site.