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Due to the ongoing situation with Covid-19 most of our team is working from home.
We are actively supporting the work of the Scottish Government and NHS procurement in the development of flexible supply chain solutions during this time of unprecedented supply and demand challenges for the NHS.
If you can offer manufacturing or supply chain support or you have an idea that you would like to share, please email us direct on NMISemail@example.com.
If you have an enquiry unrelated to Covid-19 please email NMISfirstname.lastname@example.org or if you know the name of the individual you would like to contact please use the University of Strathclyde’s online directory to find an email address or phone number.
The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland is the future of manufacturing.
A place where industry, academia and the public sector work together on ground-breaking manufacturing research to transform productivity levels, makes companies more competitive and boost the skills of our current and future workforce.
The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland will see the development of a new world-class facility in Renfrewshire which will work collaboratively with the existing specialist technology centres.
Transforming the manufacturing workforce through upskilling and readying future generations for a life in industry.
The availability of data, and the ability to manage, analyse and visualise it with increasing ease, and in real time, is transforming all areas of manufacturing.
A place for manufacturers of all sizes and from all sectors to work together with research partners and the public sector to innovate and grow their businesses.
The Advanced Forming Research Centre is a globally-recognised centre of excellence in innovative manufacturing technologies, R&D, and metal forming and forging research.
The centre works with and develops novel lightweight solutions to help manufacturing businesses face and overcome the challenges of the modern-day world.
Whatever your unique situation is, we're sure that we can help your business achieve its goals. See below how NMIS has helped similar companies from Scotland and around the world make more money, access new markets and become the industry leaders in their field.
Digital twin combined with innovative whisky cask filling solution set to save millions
Support for technology start-up helps it secure funding, access new markets and increase headcount
Support for swimming aid entrepreneur navigating the choppy waters of early product development
AFRC supports development of innovative oil well decommissioning tool