SETA’s 2020 Open day is already looking like it is going to be a major success. With many of our companies already signed up to exhibit looking for their next Engineering Apprentice. The centre will be open to the public from 10am until 8pm on Wednesday 11th March.
There will be many demonstrations throughout the day / evening which include:
- Simple Circuits Workshop (Electrical)
- CNC (Milling & Turning) Programming
- 3D Printing & CAD Design
Come along to see what we can do for you to help you on your way to a successful career in engineering.
Below are some of the companies who will be exhibiting at our open day. Why not try visiting their websites to find out a little about what they do?
Cartwright are the UK’s leading trailer, commercial vehicle body and conversion manufacturer, offering the largest, most diverse range of products available in the UK market today.
Their head office is based in Altrincham, Cheshire where they design and manufacture for a wide range of clients – from small, independent businesses to multinationals.
Text taken from Cartwright website: www.cartwright-group.co.uk
DELTA NEU Limited is a member of the International NEU group, and has over 30 years experience in air technologies in the UK, including, Ventilation Systems, Dust Extraction, Process Waste Extraction and Filtration.
Delta Neu is based in Hazel Grove, Stockport. This development of DELTA NEU continues on an international basis and is present in seven European countries.
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Classic Lifts Ltd has been installing, modernising, servicing and repairing the full range of lift products for over 20 years.
Their customers are located throughout the UK and range from the single disabled access lift user to Blue Chip companies.
Text taken from Website: www.classiclifts.co.uk
Based in the heart of Stockport for almost two centuries, ‘Robinsons’ is one of oldest and most respected names in British brewing history.
To maintain their exceptional consistency and beer excellence, their brewing methods are a carefully controlled combination of temperature, timing and flow rates. This helps them reduce variation and save on time, materials and utilities. The end result? The unmistakable taste of Robinsons beer.
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At Jacobs, we solve the most important problems, the ones for the real world – making life simpler and more seamless along the way.
What we do is more than a job, we work every day to make the world better for all. Everything we do – from addressing water scarcity and aging infrastructure to ensuring access to life-saving therapies and protecting against sophisticated cyberattacks – is more than projects outlined in proposal requests. They’re our challenges as human beings, too.
That’s why we bring a thoughtful and collaborative approach to every one of our partnerships. We know we can help our partners make a positive impact on the world. We lead large project teams with many different companies and agencies – but make sure everyone’s voice has a chance to be heard and respected.
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Wood provides performance-driven solutions throughout the asset life cycle, from concept to decommissioning across a broad range of industrial markets, including the upstream, midstream and downstream oil & gas, power & process, environment and infrastructure, clean energy, mining, nuclear, and general industrial sectors.
The rich heritage of our founding organisations makes us a respected presence in global industrial markets, combining unrivalled technical knowledge and a drive for outstanding delivery.
Text taken from Wood Website: www.woodplc.com
The Park Engineering premises in Reddish, Stockport provides over 1765m² of production workshop for the manufacturing, testing and development of special purpose plant and equipment serviced by three overhead cranes that span the workshop floor with a hoist height of 9m. This workshop is split into three discrete bays including a high bay for assembly and testing, medium CNC machining bay and large CNC machining bay. Capabilities Design, Manufacture, Assembly, Integration, Inspection, On-site installation
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Mini Gears is a privately owned subcontract engineering company based in Stockport, near Manchester, supplying to a wide range of industries on a global basis.
Traditionally a specialist gear manufacturing company we have expanded our machining capabilities to diversify into new high end markets and now, in addition to commercial gears and racks we manufacture many types of high precision machined components and high quality gears. We also have an overseas buying office for larger volume work that cannot be economically manufactured in the UK.
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Maple is a leading designer, manufacturer and installer of solar shading, weather protection and screening for building exteriors and interiors. Since 1983, we’ve been combining innovation, technical excellence and exceptional customer service to deliver projects that save energy, create visual impact and make buildings more comfortable for their occupants.
Based in Hazel Grove, Stockport we’re best known for our architectural façades, louvres and brise soleil; but we also supply internal blinds and curtains for a wide range of commercial clients.
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SB Rail is a partnership of Swietelsky AG and Babcock International Group PLC. Our parent companies are leading railway infrastructure specialists and together we own and operate the most advanced on-track machines available in the UK. We provide the latest on-track machine technologies to improve the safety, reliability and efficiency of mechanised railway engineering works.
Established in 2004, our Joint Venture partnership has the most capable and diversified fleet of on-track machines in the country and has built a strong reputation for introducing ‘first of type’ equipment. Swietelsky’s leading European on-track technology expertise and Babcock’s strong performance in track renewals delivery have proved a winning combination.
This regional base is situated in Audenshaw.
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