UK manufacturers must grasp the new nuclear opportunity
By Martin McKervey
Last week I was delighted to welcome Mike Tynan, chief executive officer of the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (NAMRC), to Nabarro for an event at which he set out his thoughts about UK manufacturing.
His message was clear and important. The nuclear renaissance is gathering pace. With the nuclear reactor development at Hinkley Point in Somerset forecast to cost around £20bn, there’s a superb opportunity for growth in the UK manufacturing sector.
Mike emphasised that UK manufacturers and suppliers must be ready to seize the chance to participate in the UK’s civil nuclear industry supply chain. The Nuclear AMRC itself will be at the centre of this, facilitating a route into the market for UK companies…
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