We offer large and multinational companies bespoke support with their manufacturing research and development programmes, presenting cost-effective opportunities to improve business performance.
We use our cross-industry expertise to help manufacturers de-risk their research and development of new technologies.
Access to our cutting-edge equipment and world-class engineers skips the risks and investments of internal R&D. We help ensure you only invest when a technology is suitable at commercial scales.
Supply Chain Development
We use our knowledge of manufacturing to help businesses create resilient supply chains and optimise their existing operations.
We work with a broad range of partners to plot sector- and technology-specific research and development roadmaps for the UK.
As trusted government partners, we can help you to secure funding and influence manufacturing policy in the UK.
We create and co-ordinate collaborative R&D projects that push the boundaries of manufacturing innovation across sectors.
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We help turn great ideas into commercial realities
Access to 3,500 of the UK’s best engineers, scientists and technicians read to help solve your business challenges through research and development.
Access to the specialist equipment and technology you need to develop and test your ideas, de-risking your investment.
Spanning material technologies, processing and formulation through to high integrity product assembly and validation.
A magnet for conversations and collaborations that will shape tomorrow. We help large manufacturers develop and optimise their supply chains in the UK, connecting them with SMEs and other companies across the country.
Deep industry understanding and experience allows us to guide your business towards the best outcomes in a fast-changing and competitive world, with less risk than internal research and development.
Business success starts from within. We are experienced in reskilling and upskilling your current workforce. We also offer access to apprenticeships, knowledge transfer partnerships, training courses and student placements to help build and maintain the high-level skills needed to transform your business.
Manufacturing partners in 2020/21
Commercial projects in 2020/21
Total R&D directly linked to our activity in 2020/21
Vice President for Technology and Cyber Solutions
Engineering Programme Manager
Rolls-Royce Advanced Blade Casting Facility
Ruth Nic Aoidh
McLaren Automotive Ltd
Boeing UK and Ireland
Fit For Nuclear helps us maintain the very highest standards that our trusted customers and partners expect.
The Nuclear AMRC’s knowledge of the latest manufacturing technologies will increase Jacobs’ capability to develop novel manufacturing systems and product solutions for its clients.
The joint development of the wax cell with the MTC was fundamental to the successful start-up of the Advanced Blade Casting Facility in Rotherham.
McLaren had a revolutionary idea about how to change the manufacturing processes around carbon fibre, but we needed somebody to help us bring that innovation to industrialisation. The AMRC with their expertise in materials and manufacturing were the ideal partner to go on that pathway with us.
Boeing has 100 years of aviation behind it and we know that innovating is the key to the future. That’s why our relationship with the AMRC is so important.
Collaboration with the AMRC is allowing us to develop new customised solutions and methods, pushing technological boundaries and helping us to design and build the next generation of industrial systems for our new fuel-efficient aircraft.
At Rolls-Royce, we’re interested in achieving step change capability within our manufacturing processes and technology and the way we do that is by working with the AMRC.
The international automotive market is experiencing unprecedented levels of change. WMG’s insights are crucial to the industry, allowing companies to accelerate the decarbonisation of their production vehicles.
25 November 2021
Funded by the Department of Education, the Emerging Skills Project is piloting our Skills Value Chain approach across key regions in the UK. Working closely with Institutes of Technology, we are developing high-quality modular training courses focused on upskilling employees for work with new and emerging technologies, like robotics and AI, electrification, additive manufacturing, and advanced composites.
3 February 2022
More than 860 companies have already completed the online F4N assessment, with most receiving ongoing support and development from the Nuclear AMRC’s team of industrial advisors.
3 February 2022