NWAA announces supply chain-themed annual conference

The NWAA is all set to invite its members and industry partners back to its Annual Conference on the 23rd September.

The conference will be held at the Dunkenhalgh Hotel, near Blackburn and will be themed on ‘Next Generation Supply Chains in the UK Aerospace and Defence Sectors’.

The NWAA says it has a fantastic line-up of industry keynote speakers and sponsors, and like everyone is excited to get back to face to face networking.

Keynote speakers confirmed include:

Scott McLarty, Senior Vice President Airbus Program, Spirit AeroSystems

Michael Christie, Project Director for Future Combat Air Systems, BAE Systems

Michael Hyde, Sourcing & Contracting Manager - Aircraft Solutions, Leonardo UK – Helicopter Division

Alastair Horrocks, Director Corporate Finance, KPMG

Malcolm Scott, CDO, Aerospace Technology Institute

Dr David Bailey, Director, Aerospace Consulting


Aerospace Consulting’s Dr David Bailey will be facilitating the conference throughout the day and will aim to look at how five big trends are impacting our supply chains:

The impact of Covid-19 on Global Aerospace and Defence Markets

Sustainability and the Race to Net Zero

The Risks and Opportunities to Trade provided by Brexit

Digital Transformation of the Supply Chain

Dynamic and Resilient Supply Chains


The conference is a full day event including industry insight, interactive break-out sessions, buffet lunch and networking. Book your ticket today, either via Eventbrite or contact Claire Lambert at claire.lambert@aerospace.co.uk  


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