The broad range of services and benefits provided by the GTMA, one of the UK’s leading manufacturing and engineering trade associations, has led to the addition of 13 new members joining the association in the first two months of 2020.
Between them, the members provide automation, mouldmaking and press tool manufacture, tool technologies, machine tool and ancillaries equipment, cutting tools, CAD/CAM software, turnkey and project engineering support and design, and precision engineering.
In addition the National Composite Centre, has joined the association bringing the technical benefits and engineering skills available to the GTMA’ s SME community.
Julia Moore, CEO of GTMA, said: “We are delighted to welcome Industrial Maintenance Services, Simple Design Works, Assembled Electronic Solutions Ltd, Meusburger, Paragon Toolmaking Co Ltd, Glendale Mouldings Ltd, Preconomy, Toolcast Ltd, Metrology & Quality Services Ltd, LK Metrology Ltd, OGP UK Ltd, Kyocera Hard Coating Technologies and Associated Toolmakers Ltd into membership as we enter the start of the new decade .”
“Each company will, no doubt, have a different reason for joining GTMA. However, I believe that our digital marketing programme and our focus on Technology with the appointment of our Chief Technical Officer Alan Arthur joining the team, will combine our unique marketing programme to our expanded technical capabilities to provide a substantial benefit to our growing membership.
Our recent initiative Reshoring UK is growing bringing Manufacturers and Suppliers together through a unique networking partnership of Engineering Trade Associations and Sector organisations representing the Aerospace, Automotive, Medical industries. We are currently reviewing links within the Energy and the extensive Food and Drink industry.
Of course, the experienced and knowledgeable team at the GTMA will ensure that members and industry alike will receive support for their growing supply chain requirements in the UK supported by our technical team as both Manufacturers and Suppliers move forward in 2020”.