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Outstanding KTP gains the recognition it deserves!

Monday 09 April 2007

We are pleased to announce that our recent Knowledge Transfer Partnership with PMS Diecasting Ltd in Rotherham has been assessed by the Technology Strategy Board to be 'Outstanding', the top grade available. 

The project was to develop and embed CADCAM and CNC technology to facilitate integrated die casting and tool design and manufacture. Well done to the team involved: Dr Nick Pickett and Ian Staniforth from Hallam, Andy Millard from PMS and particularly the KTP Associate Luke Scott.

With significant benefits including increased sales, operational processes and staff skills, Gordon Panter the MD said 'The KTP has exceeded our expectations and made a made significant contribution to all aspects of the company business'.

For more information on Knowledge Transfer Partnerships please contact business@shu.ac.uk or look at our website

For more information on Knowledge Transfer Partnerships please click here or contact business@shu.ac.uk

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