The Celtic Freeport in Milford Haven and Port Talbot and Anglesey Freeport on Ynys Mon have been chosen as Wales’ first freeports, helping to create tens of thousands of new jobs in the green industries of the future, the Welsh and UK governments announced today.
After more than a decade of meticulous research and development, Swansea-based Marine Power Systems are preparing to launch a revolutionary new device into the renewable energy market, harnessing the vast power of ocean waves and wind.
With a passion for supporting Welsh manufacturers, the ASTUTE 2020 multi-university partnership offers manufacturers the unique opportunity to embrace future manufacturing technologies, thereby enabling greater levels of business innovation.
A Regional Collaboration for Health (ARCH) is a unique collaboration between three strategic partners; Swansea Bay University Health Board, Hywel Dda University Health Board and Swansea University".
There is a strong and clear desire in the area for a food park by businesses in Pembrokeshire. In 2015 it was established that over half of food and drink related companies in the area had a desire to grow their businesses in the near future.
Constructed in the 1970s to create one of the deepest berths in the UK, Port Talbot is one of only a few harbours capable of handling cape-size vessels of up to 170,000 dwt.
The OpTIC Technology centre is a unique business and technology centre based in St Asaph, in the heart of North Wales linking R&D, Industry and Academia offering conference facilities, meeting rooms, incubation and specialist engineering and research services.