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Businesses to share expertise at national networking event in Staffordshire

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Staffordshire companies of all sizes can meet business leaders and support experts from a range of organisations at a session held as part of a national corporate event.

The UK Corporate Games Business Networking Event will see business leaders from across the region attending from participating organisations. Support experts from Staffordshire County Council, Stoke-on-Trent City Council and the Stoke-on-Trent & Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership will also be on hand to offer advice.

Hosted by the Make It Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire team, which leads on inward investment for the county and city areas, the networking event takes place on Saturday June 23 at Keele Hall near Newcastle from 1pm to 3pm.

The UK Corporate Games is Europe’s largest festival of sport for businesses. In 2017 a consortia of local partners won a highly competitive selection process to host this year’s event in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire.

The Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Corporate Games features 23 sports hosted at venues across the county. Over 4,000 competitors are expected to compete from all over the world representing companies such as bet365, Boots PLC, IMB, Intel, Lloyds Banking, Purple Sprout, Vanquis Bank and Vodafone.

Anyone attending the networking event will have the opportunity to watch some of the action from the many sports hosted at Keele University and enjoy key note addresses from David Moorcroft OBE, former Olympian and 5000m World Record holder and Paul Farmer OBE, Staffordshire Chambers President.

Staffordshire County Council’s economic growth leader Mark Winnington said: “The UK Corporate Games will bring representatives from some global business leaders to Staffordshire and provides us with another opportunity to showcase our county.

“This networking event will be beneficial for businesses of all sizes, bringing expert advice and industry knowledge that could make a difference to their future growth.

“I’d urge people to sign up and make the most of Staffordshire’s position as host to the Games.”

Anyone interested in attending should contact Sarah Bixter at SBixter@staffordbc.gov.uk, confirming names (maximum of two people per company) and any dietary requirements by Monday June 18.

People can find out more about the UK Corporate Games by visiting:

www.corporate-games.co.uk

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Prime Point Enabling Works Contracted

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Leading Midlands based commercial developer Trebor Developments and Seddon Developments have formed a joint venture to develop further industrial units in Staffordshire on a new industrial site extending to 11.7 acres, known as Prime Point 14, located within 1 mile of Junction 14, M6, Staffordshire.

Infrastructure works have started to prepare the site to deliver two industrial units, comprising 66,000 sq. ft. and 78,000 sq. ft. Seddon Construction have been appointed as contractor for the infrastructure works, which is expected to take 5 months to complete and provide a fully serviced site capable of accommodating the two industrial facilities on a fast track basis.

The two units will be capable of providing accommodation in early 2019, suitable for manufacturing or logistics/distribution uses.

Bob Tattrie, Managing Partner of Trebor Developments, on behalf of Trebor/Seddon commented: “The shortage of quality, industrial and logistics accommodation across the West Midlands and Staffordshire area has provided us with the confidence to award the full infrastructure contract for this site. With detailed planning now in place to deliver the two units, following completion of the enabling works we will be able to deliver units to meet occupiers’ demands within 6 months.

The Prime Point 14 development will have an overall end value in excess of £13 million and provide many new jobs in the Staffordshire area”.

The development partners have appointed the Birmingham office of Savills (Ranjit Gill and Katie Aitchison) and Bromwich Hardy (Andrew Cosnett) as joint marketing agents.

Final Phase of Albion gateway, Burton upon Trent Gets Planning Consent

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Planning consent for the final phase of St Modwen’s Albion Gateway site has been received.

The scheme, consisting of 87,600 sq. ft. of industrial and trade counter units has received the go-ahead from East Staffordshire Borough Council. Units will start at 2,500 sq. ft. up to 5,775 sq. ft. but there is an option to combine units up to 20,000 sq. ft.

Phase 1 of the development of 50,000 sq. ft. has been completely let or sold and 13,000 sq. ft. of Phase 2 has been pre-let and a further 9,000 sq. ft. has been pre-sold. Work will commence on site in July with completion expected in early 2019.

Rob Richardson, the company’s senior development manager, said: “We are pleased to have now secured consent for our final phase of development at Albion Gateway, which is the last piece of the jigsaw in the regeneration of part of the wider Pirelli site.

“The great success of our initial phase of units proves there is a clear need for this size of versatile space in Burton.

“To have secured the commitment of two well established trade occupiers prior to construction starting is testament to this.”

Paul Rushton, director for the site agents, Rushton Hickman, added: “Albion Gateway is a highly sought-after development, with excellent transport links and versatile space to suit a range of industrial and trade businesses.

“The previous phase of the development sold and let very quickly and I envisage a good level of demand for the final phase of 87,600 sq. ft.

“We are already having detailed discussions with a number of potential occupiers and hope to have secured occupiers for the majority of the scheme before completion early next year.”

Film professor named in top 50 creative leaders and innovators

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PeterRudgeWeb_tcm44-96112A Professor from Staffordshire University has been named in the Creative England CE50 – the 50 leaders and innovators in the digital creative industries across the country.

Peter Rudge, Associate Professor of Film Production Technology, was recognised at a special event last week for his work with Platform, the Moving Image Cluster for Stoke on Trent and Staffordshire.

Chosen by a panel of experts and industry executives, the CE50 was announced by Creative England CEO, Caroline Norbury at their flagship event CE Live at Facebook HQ in London.

She said: “The people and businesses featured the CE50 are at the very forefront of creativity. Through their work – be it games, film or TV productions, interactive platforms or immersive experiences – they produce the original ideas, the entertaining content and the innovations which make this country truly world-leading in the creative industries.”

Peter, along with Stafford MP Jeremy Lefroy, recently hosted the Platform showcasing event at Parliament.

At that event Damian Collins MP, Chair of the influential Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee spoke about Platform saying: “This is a fantastic initiative. It’s an example of best practice and it’s making a real impact. Clusters are vital to the creative economy and that’s why Platform is so valuable. It helps create a critical mass, particularly of young people working together, that is the foundation of a vibrant digital creative sector.”

Peter has also been a key player in helping Stoke-on-Trent get shortlisted to be the home of Channel 4′s new creative hub.

Platform Chair Peter said: “It’s been an extraordinary year. It seems strange to think that it’s only 12 months since Platform was launched in Stoke on Trent. We brought Creative England to Stoke for the Be More Stoke Event, putting us alongside Leeds, Manchester and London as hosts for this event, and showcased our companies at the Houses of Parliament to an audience of political and industry leaders.

“We’ve developed great links with important organisations like Innovate UK and the Midlands Engine Investment Fund and brought key individuals to Stoke to meet and workshop with our members.

“Being named in the CE50 has really taken the attention that Platform is getting to a whole new level. I’ve already had conversations about this over the last few days from organisations and individuals nationally and internationally – these are really exciting times!”

(© – Staffordshire University Press Release)

FUCHS Lubricants continues £10 million investment in Stoke-on-Trent Head Quarters

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FUCHS Lubrication is continuing its £10 million investment in its Stoke-on-Trent facility with the construction of a new 4,000 pallet raw materials warehouse. In the last 12 months the company has opened a new state-of-the-art head quarters building and improvements to the Research and Development Technical Centre.

The new raw materials warehouse will free off space allowing an existing building to become a specialist packaging area. The investment will see new machinery being installed in the factory which will include a robotic arm, automatic fill machine and a second “Lube Cube” machine to cope with the increasing demand for recyclable packaging

Richard Halhead, managing director at FUCHS Lubricants UK, said: “This is a hugely significant project which will have fantastic benefits for the business.

“It will elevate FUCHS Lubricants to a unique position as the only lubricant manufacturer in the UK with this type of facility, firmly placing us at the forefront in the R&D, manufacture and distribution of lubricants in the UK, and maintains our pledge to continually build for the future.

“It all means we are perfectly placed to fulfil the future production needs of all our customers across a vast range of sectors.”

Mr Halhead added: “Our ambitious aim is to produce the most modern lubricants blending plant in the UK, and we feel this significant expenditure in our infrastructure will put us well on the road to achieving that.”

Oscar winner praises Stoke-on-Trent’s creativity as city submits Channel 4 hub bid

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Oscar winner Rachel Shenton says Stoke-on-Trent’s creative infrastructure and can-do attitude will help the city become a Channel 4 hub.

Rachel, whose Academy Award-winning film The Silent Child was cast, shot and produced in the city, is backing Stoke-on-Trent’s bid to become a creative hub for the national broadcaster. The city has today (Friday) submitted its formal bid to Channel 4.

Rachel said: “I’m thrilled to be supporting this bid. Stoke-on-Trent is creatively going places and people have a can-do attitude to make things work. We have lots of film and production companies that are established, actively creating content in the city, and we have great infrastructure to support creative people to succeed.

“Had we shot our film in London, it would have been impossible to do. There is a willingness to make things happen here, there is ambition. If you have an idea that is outside the box, people say ‘great, how can we help you do it?’.

“We filmed in local parks, had support from the city council, lots of individuals helped as cast members and local businesses backed us. It just happened, and that support from within the city was so important. It is also really cost-efficient to shoot in Stoke-on-Trent, we filmed on a micro budget. We simply couldn’t have achieved what we did if we’d filmed anywhere else.”

The city is bidding to be one of only two creative hubs for the broadcaster, which is also creating a new national headquarters outside of London. The moves are the biggest organisational changes in Channel 4’s 35-year history – measures which it says will boost UK nations and regions by £250m.

Rachel, who calls Stoke-on-Trent her home, and says the city has been instrumental in her journey, added: “I spent three lovely years working on Channel 4’s flagship show Hollyoaks. It was a great experience for me, and Channel 4 produces great programmes. They are strong on diversity, they always tackle difficult subjects and give a voice to under-represented people and the disabled. These are subjects close to my heart as my passion for raising awareness of deafness was the inspiration for my film.

“Stoke-on-Trent is the sweet spot of the country geographically, we are in a beautiful area, surrounded by picturesque countryside. There is so much going on here, so much heart and warmth in the city.”

Channel 4 gave cities a four-week deadline to make a 5,000-word ‘pitch’ to host its new headquarters and two creative hubs. Public leaders, businesses and universities have united to back the bid to have a creative hub in Stoke-on-Trent.

The city’s pitch explains how Stoke-on-Trent has the infrastructure, diversity and economic growth to be the perfect location for Channel 4. It explains that Stoke-on-Trent is:

  •  A media-friendly city, with around 24,500 people employed in the digital, film, TV and media sector within the wider area.
  • Passionate about young people, being home to more than 31,000 students, producing a wide skill set and talent pool of creative young people.
  • The third best performing area in economic contribution to the UK and is fourth out of 64 cities for job creation.
  • Attracting record numbers of business start-ups, with 92.4 per cent still trading a year later – higher than West Midlands and England averages.
  • Home to global brands such as bet365, Michelin, JCB, Steelite International, Wedgwood and Emma Bridgewater, with more than 18,000 other businesses in North Staffordshire.
  • Home to the fastest-growing enterprise zone in the UK, creating and securing more than 1,800 new jobs in less than two years.
  • To have at least one HS2 train per hour under the new West Coast Mainline running from 2026.
  • Investing in its towns and city centre – with two new hotels, a new high-end apartment block and a multi-million pound refurbishment of the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery.

Stoke-on-Trent City Council deputy leader Abi Brown said: “The opportunity to attract Channel 4 to Stoke-on-Trent is too good to miss, and we believe our city has what it takes to deliver a compelling case as an outstanding location for them. Geographically we are perfectly located for access to the whole of the country, whether by road, rail or air, which is a big selling point for us.

“Our offer, including the availability of highly skilled graduates from our local universities as well as their excellent facilities for creative people to grow their talents – plus the number of independent TV and digital companies within easy reach of the city – means we are a very strong candidate. We have already shown that as a city, we are helping to deliver significant regeneration that is transforming Stoke-on-Trent.   “We have worked hard over the past three years to change the perception of our city nationally, and Stoke-on-Trent’s profile and aspirations have rightly risen. We are a confident, forward-looking city that is building on its success of being shortlisted for the UK City of Culture 2021, a city that Heathrow airport is considering for one of its national logistics hubs, and a city that has secured HS2 services that will further transform our infrastructure.   “Stoke is on the up, and this bids shows our strength and ambition. We’ve a lot of work to do, but we’ve got all the right credentials to make it happen.”

A Channel 4 creative hub would provide a boost to the city, with economic experts estimating it would:

  • Double the number of creative companies in the area.
  • Improve graduate retention from Staffordshire and Keele universities from a combined total of 25.9 per cent in 2015 to 35 per cent by 2025.
  • Lead to an additional 100 apprenticeships in arts, culture, media and film by 2021.
  • Lead to a three per cent increase in visitors to the area, from five million in 2017.
  • Boost the local economy to the tune of around £60m.
  • Create 600 new skilled jobs over the longer term.
  • Significantly contribute to raising salaries in Stoke-on-Trent towards the national average weekly wage of £539, from a current £435.

Councillor Janine Bridges, cabinet member for education and economy, said: “We have already been looking in detail at locations that have the potential to meet their requirements because we are proactive in showing our intent and are serious about putting in a strong bid. There is a real will in the city to take this bid forward and we are working with a whole range of partners who are in support. We are an ideal candidate city for the corporation.

“The economic impact of Channel 4’s relocation will be significantly more here than in other cities and regions. This is due to our improving economy, when compared to other cities that have benefited from regeneration funding over a much longer period of time.”

The bid has cross-party support from local MPs.

Stoke-on-Trent South MP Jack Brereton said: “It is extremely encouraging that, following my Private Member’s Bill on relocation, Channel 4 has agreed to move a significant part of its operation out of London.

“Stoke-on-Trent is the ideal city to host a Channel 4 hub – we have the talent, the location, and the facilities, and it would be madness for Channel 4 not to locate a hub here.”

Stoke-on-Trent North MP Ruth Smeeth said: “Stoke-on-Trent is a hotbed of creative talent with a culture all our own. Our energy and outlook are a perfect fit for Channel 4 and to become the home of one of its regional hubs would be a tremendous achievement.

“This hub would be a huge boost for our local economy but it would also show the world just what Stoke-on-Trent can do. Our diversity and our unique nature as a city of six towns is our greatest strength. We have so much potential and I’m proud to be supporting this bid to ensure that potential is realised.”

Stoke-on-Trent Central MP Gareth Snell said: “If Channel 4 choses to base one of its regional hubs in Stoke-on-Trent it would not only be a boost for local jobs and our growing creative sector, but it would be a powerful symbol that our city and our region is getting the recognition it deserves. The residents of Stoke-on-Trent demand a united, competitive and innovative offer from its public bodies and stakeholders.

“Since my first meetings with Channel 4 last year with my colleague Ruth Smeeth MP, and the subsequent meetings, it’s clear we have what they are looking for and I’m eager to get started in bringing the investment and jobs our local residents deserve.”

Industry experts and business leaders are also backing the bid.

Peter Rudge, chair of Platform and associate professor of motion picture industries at Staffordshire University, said: “Platform launched in 2017 as a network to drive the growth of the moving image sector in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire. It has really taken off, bringing national organisations like Innovate UK and Creative England to the city, and is already working with 40 companies.

“We’ve been working really hard to be an advocate for the region. Without developing a strong unified voice for our sector, we could easily get lost and overlooked in the space between Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool.

“Platform also has regular dialogue with national organisations in the sector as well as key companies in London and internationally. It lets the world know that we are a centre for production, talent and innovation.”

Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce chief executive Sara Williams said: “Channel 4 coming to Stoke-on-Trent would be wonderful. It would raise aspirations in young people, put us at the centre of a new creative network (where we should be) and support the brilliant nascent sector we have in digital and creative media businesses. Our location, creativity, history and fabulous people should give Channel 4 the confidence to be brave and come to Stoke-on-Trent. They could make such a difference to all our lives by making us the beating heart of a new and exciting way of creating and delivering content for current and future media platforms that will impact on every single household.”

Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership chairman David Frost CBE said: “Stoke-on-Trent is the ideal location to provide a new home for Channel 4. This is a creative and innovative city that is building on its proud history as a cradle of the industrial revolution and world centre for ceramics and applying those talents in advanced manufacturing and new markets. Its art and design heritage, vibrant culture and can-do attitude, plus its location at the centre of the country and great connectivity, make it a natural fit for the broadcaster.

“This move would provide a real boost for the digital and creative sector across our area and enhance our national and international reputation. This is a wonderful opportunity to get the message across that Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire is a great area in which to live, work and invest.”

Staffordshire University deputy vice-chancellor Professor Martin Jones said: “We’re absolutely committed to this bid. Staffordshire University is an intellectual hotbed of creative industry talent and having a national employer like Channel 4 base itself in our city will be a game-changer – encouraging more students to want to study on our courses and more graduates to stay and start their careers here.

“We currently offer over 20 courses directly related to the moving image sector with a further 40 courses in areas linked to it. These courses engage with approximately 400 students each year which means we have a regular supply of talented graduates with the knowledge, skills and industry experience that employers like Channel 4 are looking for. We also have a rich pedigree of graduate film and media production companies in our area which would benefit from Channel 4’s relocation to the city. As a leading Digital University, we are especially excited by Channel 4’s plans for a digital production unit focused on creating content for young audiences.”

Channel 4 will notify shortlisted cities on May 30, before inviting them to make presentations in June. The broadcaster will make its final decision on October 1.

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Marston’s check into Beacon Business Park with latest Staffordshire hotel

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Planning permission for a brand new 30-bedroom lodge just off the Blackheath Lane Roundabout at Beacon Business Park in Stafford, has been granted by Stafford Borough Council.

The 0.57-acre site is a stone’s throw away from The Knot and Plough public house, which also belongs to the Marston’s group.

The lodge will provide affordable accommodation both for visitors to Beacon Business Park and the wider Staffordshire area.

As the UK’s leading independent brewing and pub retailing business, Marston’s PLC were looking to expand their presence in Staffordshire and Beacon Business Park was an obvious choice, with excellent links to both the M6 and the A518 Weston Road.   The hotel will be a welcome addition to the existing facilities at Beacon Business Park, which include a new Costa Coffee Drive Thru, due to open later in 2018, and The Knot and Plough public house. All are situated on Beacon Business Park’s newest 50-acre development zone.

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Speculative build by Trebor / Kay Properties JV in Cannock

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Trebor Developments / Kay Properties joint venture has appointed Contractors to undertake the speculative development of a 102,000 sq ft, high quality, industrial building located at Kingswood Lakeside, Cannock.

Independent Stabilisation Company Limited has been appointed for the site preparation works and A&H Construction Limited for the main building construction.  Work will commence in May with the building ready for occupation within the next 12 months.

The building is available on a leasehold or freehold basis, on competitive terms.

Bob Tattrie, Managing Partner, of Trebor Developments commented, on behalf of the joint venture, “It is great to see Trebor/Kay Properties delivering another major speculative industrial project in the West Midlands, where there is little product available in this size range.  The highly specified building will suit manufacturing or distribution businesses and is very well located to the M6 and M6 Toll road.  We can customise the building to meet occupiers’ specific requirements.”

Trebor Developments / Kay Properties are represented by joint agents Knight Frank and JLL, Birmingham offices.

The new high school looking towards Branston Locks.

Major road scheme delivering multi-million pound development completed

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A major Staffordshire road project which will pave the way to a multi-million pound business, housing and leisure development near Burton has been completed.

The Branston Locks development will see 400 acres of land immediately west of the A38 developed with 2,500 new homes, a range of community facilities and a 50-acre employment site, which will be known as Quintus.

It will also include retail, health, leisure and recreational facilities, as well as provision for older people. A new 1,550 place high school has been built by the county council on land nearby – the first in the county in 25 years – and a new primary school will also be built. The total investment in the area could be over £800million.

The county council has delivered a package of road and infrastructure works which will enable Nurton Developments (Quintus Ltd) to move on site to carry out the main project, together with residential developers. The road project has been funded through the Government’s Local Growth Deal, which was accessed by the county council and Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership. Nurton Developments has also made a substantial contribution. The project has just scooped the Best Large Project award at an annual regional Institute of Highway Engineers event.

It has involved a complete realignment of Branston Road to make it suitable for the volume of traffic created by the new development and construction of a new bridge over the Trent and Mersey Canal. The new structure, Nurton Bridge, has already won an award for its engineering design. Pedestrian and cycle access to the future development and canal tow path have also been created.

Staffordshire County Council’s leader Philip Atkins said: “This has been a huge project for us – paving the way for hundreds of millions of pounds worth of investment leading to new jobs and new homes. It is a credit to our teams that it has been completed on time and on budget and is another example of the county council’s successful delivery of a major infrastructure project.

“Branston Locks is also further demonstration of effective close working between the county council, Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire LEP, developers and other partners including the local parish council to further increase Staffordshire’s economic growth across the whole county and make it the right place for business investment and an attractive place to live and visit.”

Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership chairman David Frost CBE said: “We are delighted to see this scheme completed. It is an excellent example of how we are working together across the public and private sectors to create new jobs, sustained economic growth and flourishing local communities. Branston Locks is one of a whole series of exciting new developments taking place across our region illustrating that Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire is an increasingly attractive place for businesses to locate and grow, and a great place to live.”

Midlands Engine Launches Investor Prospectus at Infrarail

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Midlands Engine Rail Prospectus 2018

The Midlands Engine will launch its Rail Investment Prospectus at Infrarail showcasing the region’s capacity, capability and opportunities in the rail sector. Investors from the UK and overseas will be able to find out more about investment opportunities by visiting the Midlands Engine stand at Infrarail, the major UK rail show held at London’s ExCel next month.

The event takes place 1 – 3 May with Midlands Engine exhibiting at stand H60. The Midlands Engine partners, including Nine Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEP) that cover the Midlands region, the Department for International Trade and Midlands Engine Investment Hub will showcase the opportunities UK rail presents over the coming years. The new Prospectus demonstrates that the Midlands is the perfect place to locate to for HS2 and the many other rail projects coming to the UK over the next 15 years.

The Midlands Engine Rail Prospectus, details the many strengths that the Midlands rail cluster provides. These include 6 rail rolling stock OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers); a supply chain of over 250 companies; five rail test centres; Universities investing in rail R&D – which includes the innovative UK Rail Research and Innovation Network (UKRRIN) – and information on current and future rail business development opportunities.

The Midlands is a core part of the UK’s £7bn rail manufacturing industry that employs over 80,000 people across the country and helps drive the UK advanced manufacturing and engineering sector. Over 600,000 people in the Midlands work in manufacturing, delivering over 21% of the UK’s annual manufacturing output. Led by companies such as Bombardier, Siemens and Atkins, the region is home to the UK’s largest rail cluster and offers huge supply chain opportunities.

The region is at the heart of new UK rail projects including the £55bn HS2 rail network, mainline electrification, station redevelopments and extensions to light railway networks, along with the expansion of rail freight infrastructure. Overall the UK is investing in excess of £200bn in rail projects across the country in the coming years. This makes the UK an attractive place to locate for overseas companies active in rail, and the Midlands, given its location and strong rail cluster, is the ideal location in the UK to invest in.

Simon Hall, Deputy Director UK Regions – Midlands Engine, Department for International Trade, said:  “The UK has an innovative and thriving rail sector and is something of which we can be proud. The UK is making a sustained and considerable investment in mass transit systems over the next 25 years, making this a very appealing prospect for inward investors. As a location, the Midlands has a lot to recommend it, and I would encourage investors to visit our stand at Infrarail to find out more.

Sir John Peace, Chair of the Midlands Engine, said: “The Midlands Engine area plays a huge role in UK plc’s rail sector. We’re home to a young and well educated population and to many Original Equipment Manufacturers, universities, test and development centres and engineering colleges.

Rail is also vitally important to Midlands Engine and our ambitious transport programme Midlands Connect. The combined expertise of our Midlands transport technology sectors is of international significance and Midlands Engine provides a platform for organisations to work across sectors to develop new and improved world leading products and services”.

More information about Infrarail can be found at the website www.infrarail.com/2018/, including details on how to register to attend. The show takes place every two years at ExCel in London and brings together thousands of rail delegates from across industry.

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