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Nuclear Supply Chain Events - Meet-the-buyer 2017 - 21 June 2017

29th March 2017

Sellafield and Shared Services Alliance are the latest buyers to confirm they will host one-to-one meetings with suppliers. See full list of all 16 buyers here.

Keynote presentations from

Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Nuclear Industry Association

Business exhibition for suppliers and buyers

Exhibition stands are now available - book yours today!

Lisa Taylor-Jones at Nu-Tech Associates

lisa@nu-techassoc.co.uk

Find out more and register

This one-day event presents an unrivalled opportunity to meet senior decision-makers and make real progress within the nuclear industry.



If you are...

serious about understanding what nuclear could mean for your business

keen to build key contacts with nuclear buyers

ready to identify real nuclear contract opportunities for your company



...the Nuclear Meet-the-Buyer on 21 June must not be missed!



Nuclear Supply Chain project

The Nuclear Supply Chain (NSC) project offers free, impartial advice to Scotland-based SMEs looking to enter the nuclear supply chain or to build on their existing experience.

We can provide commercial advice on market entry and technical advice on achieving high quality fabrication.

By joining the project you'll benefit from one-to-one support from industry experts along with a range of nuclear sector workshops, brokerage meetings and "Meet the Buyer" events, as well as a series of useful guides for SMEs keen to operate in the nuclear sector.

The support we provide is practical and will include:

Identifying specific market opportunities which match your company's capabilities

Providing an insight into international opportunities

Advice on how to write successful nuclear bids

Practical advice on welding, fabrication and materials

Recommendations on how to meet the sector's quality and safety requirements

Identifying suitable nuclear supply chain events

Brokering meetings with key customers.

Background

The nuclear decommissioning market in Scotland is valued at approximately £3.5 billion over the next 15 years - £65 billion across the UK - and the international decommissioning market is growing year on year.

Due to the history of the domestic nuclear market and the current age of our civil nuclear plants, Scotland's capabilities in decommissioning give us a significant competitive advantage in international markets.

The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) has committed 20 per cent of its supply chain spend to SMEs, offering great opportunities for companies across Scotland.

Full details at http://www.twi-global.com/what-we-do/support-for-uk-regions/nsc2/

Are you eligible?

Our NSC project is available to Scotland-based SMEs. To benefit fully from the project, you'll need to meet the following criteria:

An established company - a company registration number is required

An SME - fewer than 250 employees and less than £40 million turnover

Project news and events

Visit the news and events page to view e-bulletins, find out about upcoming events, and download presentations from previous events:

Visit the NSC2 project news and events page

How to apply for the Nuclear Supply Chain project

Please register your interest on Scottish Enterprise's website >

https://www.scottish-enterprise.com/services/develop-new-products-and-services/nuclear-supply-chain-project/overview

If you would like to speak to someone about getting involved before you register your interest online, email Nick Elbourn, Project Manager - Nuclear Supply Chain project, or call him on 07765 406465.

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