"Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre's (AMRC) global reputation as the go-to-place for aerospace R&D, whether in new engine manufacturing processes, inspection and verification, materials and methods for wing manufacture and connected factory development, makes us a natural fit for North Wales which is a national hub for aerospace engineering and manufacturing excellence.

But the R&D talent at AMRC Cymru will be accessible to all. Working with the Welsh Government, our goal is to drive innovation across the wider economy of Wales, supporting sectors such as food and drink and automotive, along with the extended SME supply chains that form the backbone of the economy."

Clients & Projects:

110-plus industrial members including global giants like:

Airbus, AWE, BAE Systems and Boeing, Ceratizit Group, CG Tech, Dassault Systèmes, DMG MORI, Expleo Engineering, GKN Aerospace, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, Kennametal, Kingsbury, Kyocera SGS, McLaren Automotive, Metrology Software Products, Mills CNC, Okuma, Open Mind Technologies, OSG UK, PTC, Renishaw, Ricardo, Rolls-Royce, Sandvik Coromant, SAS, Seco Tools, Shape Technologies Group, Siemens, Spirit AeroSystems, Star Micronics GB, Starrag Group, Technicut & UTC Aerospace Systems.

Primary Contact: Jason Murphy  - Operations Director: j.murphy@amrc.co.uk 

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