The AMP Technology Centre, located at the heart of the Advanced Manufacturing Park has been created to specifically nurture small, medium and fast growing companies working in the advanced engineering, manufacturing and environmental energy sector.
With help from our supportive, dedicated team these companies have grown and will continue to develop into an ever more important community of talent, know-how and expertise which is already recognised by the UK Government and by major corporations around the world.
Our team strive to develop this community at the AMP Technology Centre through a high level of day-to-day service and by providing regular networking and events for like-minded businesses within our target sectors.
Thursday, 10 May 2018, 5.00-7.00pm Venue: AMP Technology Centre, Advanced Manufacturing Park, Brunel Way, Catcliffe, Rotherham S60 5WG Event Sponsored by: TransGlobal Freight Managem…
Following the recent government decision to allow the introduction of exploratory fracking in the UK, by considering the processes involved and reviewing the experience of other countries, Peter will expound upon the risks associated with fracking and how this may impact upon the insurance industry.
We are delighted to be sponsoring the next CBI People and Skills Network on 27 March 2018. You will notice that the name of the event has changed slightly (it was formerly the CBI HR Forum) but the themes and content will still reflect the main challenges faced by the HR professional.
Rolls-Royce, the power systems and aero-engine manufacturer and Unipart, the manufacturing, logistics and consultancy group, have announced their intention to form a joint venture for the development and delivery of manufacturing solutions for advanced fixtures and products applicable across a range of manufacturing industries.
Claiming to be the "best-in-breed liquid cooling system", Iceotope's PetaGen, short for 'Peta-Generation', uses fewer energy resources than a traditional system and ensures that cooling accounts for just two percent of a data centre's overheads as opposed to almost half, according to the firm.
Landowners, The Homes & Communities Agency (HCA), which took on the assets from Yorkshire Forward, submitted a planning application last year for the next phase of development at the AMP Technology Centre which features workshop and office accommodation incorporated into a new rectangular, £4.2m Technical Centre.