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NAA Member News – 3DGBIRE & BAC Partnership

3D printing enables supercar design and production 3DGBIRE and Briggs Automotive Company (BAC), who are both NAA Members,  have announced a new partnership to enable the continued adoption of 3D Printing. BAC began its additive manufacturing journey with the launch of the Mono R – a higher-performance, lighter and more advanced new generation of the […]

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Redundancy Support Service for Apprentices – Update from Department for Education

Sent to levy paying employers on Monday, 3rd August. The new and comprehensive service to support redundant apprentices is now live. The service consists of 3 pivotal elements: advice and guidance signposting to additional support vacancy sharing service The active involvement and participation of employers is key to making the vacancy sharing service become an […]

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NAA Update: How our industry is adapting to the latest challenges

Welcome to this month’s newsletter and I hope that you are all still keeping safe and well… As always, I will just re-iterate that as an automotive cluster organisation, we are still here to support you; as a reminder, please see our information regarding Covid-19 business support using this link. Last month we facilitated the […]

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In the Driving Seat: Paul Wingrove, Nickleby Design & Management Ltd

This month’s In the Driving Seat article from Paul Wingrove is a good read, especially the issue with someone dressed as a tub of Utterly Butterly… NamePaul Wingrove CompanyNickleby Design & Management Ltd, Consultants PositionDirector Apart from thatSMMT, NAA, NEA, BCOC. Former School Governor, Current Chair of our local Scouting Group. Association with NAAIn a […]

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NAA Event Review: Restarting the Automotive Sector in Exceptional Times

On 2nd June, Growth Platform, the Liverpool City Region Growth Company, hosted a webinar on “Restarting the Automotive Sector in Exceptional Times”. Guest speakers included Paul Jones, CEO of NAA; PwC; Jaguar Land Rover and Bentley Motors… The content built on the existing Government Issued Guidance for businesses on Covid-19, by covering complementary Industry Developed […]

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