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BARA to hold business breakfasts on automating manufacturing

11 March 2011

The British Automation & Robot Association (BARA) in association with the PPMA will be holding three business breakfasts targeted to assist SME businesses with automation within their production lines

All businesses are aware of the ever increasing pressure upon margins and the need to continually explore new ways of improving efficiency in all aspects of your business. There is no better way to introduce those efficiencies than to consider automating your manufacturing processes.

BARA in association with PPMA and other industry stakeholders, are helping British businesses understand the benefits of automation and assistance in establishing a practical plan for implementation. This initiative is manifest in the Automating Manufacturing brochure and the associated Campaign.

The Automating Manufacturing Campaign includes a series of business breakfasts around the country at which automation users will explain their experiences and experts will be available for one-to-one discussions. The meetings will conclude with a tour of the automation is use at the local venue.

The dates and venues are
Tuesday 29 March
Automotive parts and welded fabrications
Lander Automotive
Woodgate Business Park
Clapgate Lane
Birmingham, England
B32 3ED

Wednesday 30 March
Food & beverage
Nat Centre for Food Manufacturing
Holbeach Campus
Minerva House
Holbeach Technology Park
Park Road, Holbeach
Spalding, PE12 7PT

Friday 1 April
Electrical components
Harwin
Fitzherbert Road
Farlington, Portsmouth
Hampshire,PO6 1RT


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