1 TransNetAero event for European aerospace suppliers

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1
st

TransNetAero event for European aerospace suppliers


learn

what international aerospace customers really want

promote

your company internationally

see how

technology centres

can give you new capabilities

future
-
proof

your company with cutting
-
edge skills


7 and 8 November 2013

The Manufacturing Technology Centre

Coventry, United Kingdom


Who is this event for?


This event is for European aerospace suppliers that want to:

o

lear
n the
latest supplier requirements from major aerospace customers

across Europe

o

participate in a European networking event to
promote their company

o

learn how research centres across Europe can help them
adopt new product and process
technologies

o

find out how to
access cutting edge training
in new technologies for their employees through a
new programme to enhance the skills of small aerospace companies

o

meet and
network with companies like theirs

from across Europe


Who will you meet?


This event h
eld at the heart of the UK’s
Midlands aerospace cluster

will introduce you to two global
customers and two aerospace technology development centres as well as let you meet TransNetAero
*

participants from Belgium, France, Germany, Netherlands,
Switzerland a
nd the
UK.


Rolls
-
Royce

heart of Rolls
-
Royce large civil aircraft engine engineering and
manufacture:
meet senior engineering managers responsible for
developing technology in the Rolls
-
Royce supply chain





Aero Engine Controls

engineering and
manufacture of electronic engine controls, fuel pumps
and monitors:

learn
--

from senior engineering and procurement
managers
--

about the future technologies Aero Engine Controls is
looking for and tell them what your company can do



The Manufacturing T
echnology Centre

UK centre for new manufacturing technologies: high
-
integrity
joining, net shape manufacture, intelligent automation, tooling and
fixturing:
learn about and see the new technologies the MTC is
developing for Aero Engine Controls, Airbus, GK
N Aerospace,
Rolls
-
Royce


(this is also where the 7
th

November event will be held)








Institute for Aerospace Technology, University of
Nottingham

Coordinates all the aerospace technology work at this leading
aerospace university: aerospace manufacturing, aircraft
polymers and composites, aero engines including transmissions
and thermofluids, aerospace operations including geospatial,
power electroni
cs for more
-
electric aircraft:
learn from the
Institute Director how to collaborate on new technology
projects.



Draft agenda

Wednesday 6th November

1.

Afternoon:
arrival for supply chain companies and TransNetAero

partners at hotel near Coventry, late
afternoon
--

via Birmingham Airport (30 minutes), or via Heathrow Airport then train (2 hours).

2.

Evening:
business
-
to
-
business networking reception and supper


local Midlands companies invited.


Thursday 7th November

1.

Travel to Manufacturing Technology Centre by bus (30 minutes).

2.

Morning:
business
-
to
-
business meetings with Rolls
-
Royce and Manufacturing Technology Centre
including tour of facilities

3.

Networking lunch

4.

Afternoon:
business
-
to
-
business meetings with Aero
Engine Controls and Institute for Aerospace
Technology.

5.

Bus to Birmingham Airport for visitors with evening flights home.


Friday 8th November

1.

Return home for visitors who have stayed overnight.


How to reserve your place at this free event

Contact your lo
cal TransNetAero partner


for the Netherlands:

Netherlands Aerospace Group (NAG)


Mrs. Wilma Pronk
-

wilma.pronk@nag.aero


Travel and hotel arrangements for European visitors.


1.

Participation in this event is free of charge, thanks to the support of the EU Interreg IV B programme
and cofunding of the Dutch provinces


Flevoland
,
Overijssel

and Zuid
-
Holland
, and the Dutch
Ministry of Economic Affairs
.

2.

Participants will be responsib
le for paying for their own travel to the Midlands.

3.

The closest airport is Birmingham. It is also practical to travel via London Heathrow (two hours by
train).

4.

Your Midlands host, the
Midlands Aerospace Alliance
, will recommend a Midlands hotel to your local
TransNetAero contact


The NAG.

5.

Please get in touch with your local contact who can give you further advice (see below).



* What is TransNetAero?


TransNetAero

(Transnational Network for Aerospace) is a network of organisations in six European
aerospace regions and small countries which are going to work together and share their resources so that
aerospace industry suppliers in each of them can get expert suppor
t and knowledge from the others to
help them be better prepared to succeed against global scale competition. The participants are Wallonia
(Belgium), Normandy (France), Baden
-
Württemberg (Germany), the Netherlands, Switzerland and the
Midlands (United King
dom).

Future events will be held in the other regions during 2013
-
15,
--

focusing on different major customers
and technology centres.