Winning business in the nuclear renaissance

By 17 December 2010 January 25th, 2011 Events

Thursday 17 February, Doncaster Racecourse

Smaller businesses can gain invaluable insight into the opportunities of nuclear new-build at a free event in February.

The day-long series aims to help small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) prepare to enter the nuclear supply chain through a series of in-depth presentation and discussion sessions.

The ‘Winning business in the nuclear renaissance‘ event takes place at Doncaster Racecourse, South Yorkshire, on Thursday 17 February 2011. The day is organised by the Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) in association with the Nuclear AMRC and Nuclear Industry Association.

The Nuclear AMRC team will provide an introduction to the nuclear product development cycle, how the centre can help companies prepare products for the market, and how SMEs can prepare to meet the tough quality standards of the industry.

Other sessions will cover contracting and tendering, quality codes and standards, and auditing and assurance.

The day follows the MAS nuclear supply chain opportunities conference in Manchester in September. That event resulted in 110 SMEs requesting a nuclear-related review from MAS. DVDs of the conference presentations are now available from MAS.

Attendence is free for all UK SMEs. For more information, call MAS on 0800 458 9585, visit the MAS event web page, or download the brochure (pdf).

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