News from TQC, Nottingham: Update 2017
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Another 12 successful months have passed and TQC are looking forward to 2018, below is a short review of what happened at TQC during 2017.
TQC has continued to recruit again this year and we welcome a number of new faces. Jim Fitzpatrick has joined as a Project Manager, Tom Breen and Walter Kirkwood are our two new Mechanical Design Engineers and Craig Waldock has joined the mechanical engineering department as a Technician. The software department has gained Shajeel Mohammed and in sales Magnus Gater has been recruited. TQC also have welcomed a year placement student, Shuya Jia and we had Michael Aspinall as summer intern for 12 weeks this year.
These new employees have successfully integrated and will allow TQC to continue to meet project commitments over the coming years.
TQC have again taken part in the Made in the Midlands exhibition which was held in Coventry. These MIM events showcase manufacturing in the Midlands region and TQC made some very good contacts during the events both at supplier and customer levels.
For more information on MIM, please visit their website at madeinthemidlands.com
TQC are actively working in partnership with Airbus on a Clean Sky project. Clean Sky is the largest European research programme developing innovative, cutting-edge technology aimed at reducing CO2, gas emissions and noise levels produced by aircraft. Funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme, For more information click here.
The main factory improvement completed in 2017 was the reception door area, as can be seen on the photo this improves the access for customers, suppliers and the TQC staff.
Looking forward, in 2018 our Sales Director Mark Jones will be presenting a paper at the Eighth International Precision Assembly Seminar, IPAS 2018. Mark will be putting forward the ideas of how Factory 4.0 affects a small SME. This paper follows on from a Workshop earlier this year where Mark was asked his thoughts by University of Nottingham. For more details on IPAS 2018 click here
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