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    NAA Update: McLaren and Businesswise – the NAA’s networking events are back!

    After a break of almost two years, the NAA’s physical networking events are back, with visits to McLaren and Businesswise in February. And we say goodbye to Carol Holden after 12 years of service to the NAA. Welcome to this month’s newsletter and I hope that you are all keeping well.   I would like to […]

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    In the Driving Seat: Matthew Wassall, Wearwell Europe Ltd

    Find out about Matthew Wassall, UK & Ireland Sales Manager at Wearwell Europe Ltd, who we believe is the first person to be the subject of our ‘In the Driving Seat’ feature to list two favourite football teams (we’ll have to check if that’s allowed). Name Matthew Wassall Company Wearwell Europe Ltd Position UK & Ireland Sales […]

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    NAA Event Review: Modern Materials for the Automotive Industry, McLaren, Sheffield

    The NAA’s first factory networking for over two years was at McLaren in Sheffield, where visitors learnt about the manufacturing of composite components for McLaren sports cars as well as hearing about the NAA’s FAST STEP 3 titanium project. We arrived bright and early at McLaren for a full day of activity. This was our […]

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    NAA Event Review: How Will Net Zero Impact the Automotive Supply Chain?

    Last month saw members gather at fellow NAA member Businesswise Solutions’ Energy Centre at Nelson for a roundtable debate on decarbonising the automotive supply chain. There was comprehensive representation from across the supply chain, including OEMs, Tier 1 and 2 suppliers, together with attendance from DIT and a number of local universities. Participants were given […]

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    NAA Member Event: Using 3D printing & artificial intelligence to produce lightweight components, 5 & 12 April 2022, Manchester Metropolitan University

    Additive manufacturing is one of the most exciting, emerging technologies of the 21st Century and Manchester Met is at the forefront of making this technology accessible to businesses by helping them understand how to use and benefit from its application. One of the key application areas is to redesign components, using 3D printing and artificial […]

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