Midlands Aerospace Alliance

Composite test sample dream machine

Peter Knight, technology manager at Midlands Aerospace Alliance (MAA) describes how a grant from the MAA Aerospace UP programme has helped specialist machine provider, CNR Services realise a long-held dream to improve composite test sample manufacture.
5 days ago

Readying the aerospace supply chain to achieve net zero by 2050

With major aircraft and aero engine manufacturers making big commitments around achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, a new study is being launched to plan how supply chain companies in one of the largest aerospace clusters in the world could achieve these ambitious targets.
4 days ago

International Innovation Review: Making an impression in aircraft seating

Midlands Aerospace Alliance’s technology manager, Peter Knight featured in our October issue to discuss how grants from its Aerospace UP and PIVOT programmes helped precision aluminium forming company, Impression Technologies transfer its Hot Form Quench (HFQ) technology from automotive into aerospace.
2 months ago

Making an impression in aircraft seating

Peter Knight, technology manager of the Midlands Aerospace Alliance (MAA) describes how grants from the MAA’s Aerospace UP and PIVOT programmes have helped precision aluminium forming company, Impression Technologies transfer its Hot Form Quench (HFQ) technology from automotive into aerospace.
4 months ago

A parade of aerospace innovation

The Paris International Airshow, held this year from June 19-25, always provides a diverse selection of companies within the global aerospace industry. Aerospace Manufacturing looks at what some of the exhibitors will be offering at the event.
8 months ago

Robots: armed and dexterous!

Midlands Aerospace Alliance’s technology manager Peter Knight, describes how an Aerospace UP programme grant has helped precision engineering company, CBE+ take a fresh look at the electroless nickel plating process.
8 months ago

Millions awarded to support aerospace upturn

Grant funding worth over £2 million has been awarded so far to Midlands-based aerospace SMEs, or companies seeking to diversify into the sector, as part of the Aerospace Unlocking Potential (UP) programme which has been working at pace to support the upturn of aerospace in the region.
2 years ago

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