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.
Hart Shaw Chartered Accountants and Acumen Credit Insurance Brokers are delighted to announce the next Sheffield City Region Breakfast Club, which is taking place at the Advanced Manufacturing Park between 8:00am and 9:30am on Wednesday 13th February 2019.
BHP and Irwin Mitchell are pleased to invite you to attend one of our two Academy Conferences taking place this March focussing on key areas of importance to Academies.
Brought to you by niche employment law specialists, Bhayani HR & Employment Law and employee benefits specialists Finch, this network offers you the opportunity to gain valuable advice and informa…
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.
Luxury sports car producer McLaren Automotive is to open a new purpose-built facility at the University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) in a move expected to create more…
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.