Auto supply chain companies invited to have say on Industrial Strategy
The Hub News Team | 28.3.17
Automotive supply chain businesses in Herefordshire, Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin have the opportunity to have their say on the Government's planned Industrial Strategy next month.
Drive Midlands, in conjunction with BEIS, is coordinating a series of round table events, in order to collate responses relating to the newly released Green Paper, from businesses within the automotive supply chain. Feedback and questions will then be relayed to Government, helping to shape what an automotive sector ‘deal‘ might look like.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has released proposals for a modern Industrial Strategy – which incorporates the Building our Industrial Strategy ‘Green Paper’, which covers regulatory barriers, trade deals, innovation and skills.
This Green Paper aims to increase productivity and drive growth across the whole of the UK, and sets out 10 strategic ‘pillars’ to underpin this new government approach:
- Investing in science, research and innovation
- Developing skills
- Upgrading infrastructure
- Supporting businesses to start and grow
- Improving procurement processes
- Encouraging trade and inward investment
- Delivering affordable energy and clean growth
- Cultivating world-leading sectors
- Driving growth across the whole country
- Creating the right institutions to bring together sectors and places
Input from supply chain businesses at the following events:
April 6th 2017 at Truckman Ltd, Dudley from 08.30 to 11.30 (to include facility tour)
April 7th 2017 at Tenneco Automotive Ltd, Tyseley from 08.30 to 10.30
April 7th 2017 at HORIBA MIRA Ltd, Nuneaton from 14.00 to 16.00 (exact time to be confirmed)
Contact email@example.com before 31st March 2017 to express your interest in taking part, stating your preferred location.
With limited spaces available, spaces can only be given on a first come first served basis.
We will endeavour to confirm your place at our event by April 3rd.
The consultation period closes on April 17th. Read the Green Paper here.