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NAA Networking Event review: Cummins Turbo Technologies

NAA members recently enjoyed a behind the scenes tour of Cummins Turbo Technologies’ engineering, manufacturing and testing facilities in Huddersfield… Cummins is the world’s largest independent engine maker, headquartered in the small Midwestern town of Columbus, Indiana; a company that has grown from its humble roots into a global manufacturing powerhouse. The company was founded […]

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NAA Networking Event review: Force Technology, 14 June 2017, Blackpool

NAA members were able to hear how Force Technology has grown from a start-up to a supplier of springs to some of the world’s largest automotive companies in less than two years … Steve Williams, Managing Director of Force Technology, described how the company was a start-up in January 2016. Yet as at June 2017, […]

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NAA Event review: Automechanika

The NAA had a stand at the recent Automechanika event, featuring three of our member companies, Plus Point, Servispart and Turbo Precision Components… Situated in a prime position right next to a coffee and seating area, the stand raised the profile of the NAA, and included the following companies: Plus Point A fully managed professional […]

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Event review: The electric, connected & autonomous future of cars at SMMT Open Forum 2017

The 2017 SMMT Open Forum event looked at the future of the automotive industry, and electric, connected, and autonomous vehicles were seen as three of the key areas of change over the coming years… A number of speakers gave their views about their vision for the future, with Mike Hawes, CEO, SMMT, providing an introduction […]

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NAA Networking Event Review: Making the Apprenticeship levy work for you – The Automotive Perspective, 5 May 2017, Blackburn

The ‘Making the Apprenticeship levy work for you – The Automotive Perspective’ event started with an introduction from Carol on the results seen in the Lancashire Survey, linked into the critical skills for companies in the next three years. The top skill was Programme Management, followed by Leadership and Advanced Problem Solving.… Paul Duerden of […]

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