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Aerospace Wales Member’s Meeting Innovation & Logistics 23rd November OpTIC, St Asaph

23 November 2023 | 9:30 am - 2:00 pm

Aerospace Wales would very much like to extend the invite to NWAA members.


During what is proving to be a very hectic autumn season for Aerospace Wales and Space Wales, I am delighted to let you know about our next Member’s meeting taking place on the 23rd November at the OpTIC in St Aspah.  The theme is Innovation and Logistics and I hope there will be something there of interest to all our members.  We are also thrilled to be launching the new Space Enterprise Lab at OpTIC on that day with a live link to John and Rosie at the UK Space Conference in Belfast.


Please don’t delay in registering for your place at the event by emailing debs@aerospacewales.aero


09:30-09:45 – Registration and Networking
09.45-10:00 – Welcome and Members update, Rachael Blackburn, Aerospace Wales
10.00-10:15 – Welcome and Overview, Ian Barwick, Head of OpTIC Business and Services
10.15-10:35 – Airbus Supply Chain and next generation technologies – Paul Kilmister – Vice President, Supply Chain Operations UK, Airbus
10.35-10:55 – Unipart Logistics – Advanced Logistics and Supply Chain Solutions for all levels of the Aerospace Tiering Structure
10:55-11:15 – Metlase – Digitally Augmented Manual Processes for Scalable Manufacturing
11:15-11:30 – Comfort Break & Networking
11.30-11:50 – Eco Insight – A case study on how to get to net zero
11.50-12:10 – Innovation support and potential funding streams, Dr Ann Sudder, Welsh Government
12:10-12:30 – ATI SME Programme launch
12.30-12:45 – Q&A Wash Up and Closing remarks – Scott Bairstow, Unipart Logistics & Rachael Blackburn, Aerospace Wales
12.45 – Lunch and Networking
14:00 – Depart or Optional – Launch of Space Enterprise Labs and Tour of Facility


23 November 2023
9:30 am - 2:00 pm


Aerospace Wales Forum Ltd


OpTIC Centre
Ffordd William Morgan
Saint Asaph, LL17 0JD United Kingdom
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