Development will lead to the creation of highly skilled jobs over several decades.
New aluminium furnaces, which will play a key part in cutting carbon emissions at Toyota’s Deeside plant, were officially turned on today by Economy Minister Vaughan Gething as he marked National Manufacturing Day.
Wales’ natural resources were a key factor in why Minesto brought their cutting edge technology here. A high-tech company in the Marine Energy sector, they convert the kinetic energy in tidal currents to electricity by flying an underwater kite and Anglesey was the perfect location for them to develop and test that technology.
Wrexham Glyndŵr University isn’t just building a bridge between academia and industry - it’s laying down a superhighway. Its state-of-the-art OpTIC Technology Centre in St Asaph has created a hi-tech home for start-ups in North Wales.
Ambition North Wales is a partnership comprising of the six Local Authorities in the region, along with Bangor University, Glyndŵr University, Coleg Cambria and Grŵp Llandrillo Menai. With a vision to focus on improving the region’s economic, social and environmental well-being.
Airbus is one of the great Welsh manufacturing success stories of the age, with the world-class facilities in North Wales setting the global standard in aerospace manufacturing.