Tuesday, January 28, 2014

News: Newburgh Engineering to hit MACH 14

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Rotherham precision engineering company, Newburgh, has signed up to exhibit at the UK's premier engineering & manufacturing event this spring and companies from across the Sheffield city region are being encouraged to do the same.

With a state of the art facility at Templeborough, Newburgh is a specialist contract manufacturer of high specification component parts and assemblies for the nuclear, defence, oil and gas, petrochemical, aerospace and power generation industries.

It will be on show at MACH 2014 which runs from the April 7 - 11 2014 at the Birmingham NEC and typically attracts over 21,500 visitors and provides a platform for almost 500 exhibitors to demonstrate their latest technologies and innovations.

Newburgh will be part of a joint pavilion hosted by Rotherham Investment & Development Office (RiDO) and the Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (SCR LEP) that will also include a full size model of the BLOODHOUND SSC supercar and the University of Sheffield AMRC's MANTRA vehicle.

Newburgh is a project sponsor of BLOODHOUND, that aims to break the world land speed record by achieving the supersonic speed of 1,000mph, and is providing vital design for manufacture advice and CNC machining services to support the project.

Matthew Jewitt, sales director at Newburgh Engineering, said: "We're delighted to be attending as part of the Sheffield City Region (SCR) Pavilion. Newburgh provides an exceptional manufacturing capability that supports key global projects and supply chains. There are real opportunities for businesses such as ourselves to exploit, and this joint approach provides an ideal forum to promote the collective strength and innovation in our region."

Ellen Cutler, director of inward investment for the Sheffield city region, added: "Mach gives the Sheffield City Region a great opportunity to showcase the world-class offer we have for investors.

"By co-exhibiting with companies like Newburgh Engineering we can demonstrate the quality of businesses that already benefit from this excellent location.

"A critical mass of engineering skills, globally renowned advanced manufacturing research institutions and an Enterprise Zone offering attractive incentives means we have a compelling offer for companies in this space with expansion plans."

RiDO are supporting South Yorkshire small and medium sized companies via their South Yorkshire Sector Growth Enhancement Programme that is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund. Companies wishing to exhibit at the show can be part of the City Region's joint pavilion for less than 50% of the cost of exhibiting at Mach independently. The package includes the use of the café networking space on the pavilion with free refreshments, a company biography in the SCR event brochure, and free PR support throughout.

Andrew Klinkenberg, sector growth manager at RiDO, said: "MACH is the number one show for innovation in engineering and manufacturing in the UK.

"We hope that through our ERDF business support programme and the joint approach with the Local Enterprise Partnership, we can offer real opportunities to both Newburgh Engineering and other innovative companies in the region."

Newburgh Engineering website
RiDO website
SCR Invest website

Images: AMRC

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