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Sponsorship

WMR, our valued sponsors, the School of Engineering and the International Manufacturing Centre will enhance their reputation through international exposure, aiming to continually forge and nurture mutually beneficial relationships between stakeholders.

WMR 2009/2010 - Sponsorship Package

 

Maxon Motors

  • maxon motor is the world's leading supplier of high-precision drive systems. More than 40 years' experience, constant innovation, top-quality products and competent customer service make maxon motor a reliable partner in the drive technology sector.
 
 

Harwin Interconnect Design & Manufacture

  • Harwin is a manufacturer of; high-reliability, industry standard, and applications-specific interconnect devices. With more than 50 years history of successfully manufacturing electronic components Harwin has an active portfolio of over 20k highly reliable interconnects and PCB hardware items.
 
 
ITCM

ITCM - Innovative Technology for Custom Machinary

  • ITCM is a world leader in custom machinery and product solutions for packaging and processing. With over 25 years experience in the business, ITCM also supplies solutions to speed up existing production lines, improve product quality, and increase flexibility, enabling significant reduction in operating and maintenance costs.
 
 

Warwick Innovative Manufacturing Research Centre

  • WIMRC draws on the resources of several departments at Warwick University and applies design, technology and management research to challenging problems in the vehicle and healthcare sectors. 
 
 

WMG - Innovative Solutions

  • WMG was established in 1980 by Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya in order to reinvigorate UK manufacturing through the application of cutting edge research and effective knowledge transfer.
 
 
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School of Engineering

  • The School of Engineering is one of the largest of its type in the UK. There are approximately 130 academic and teaching staff, 300 research staff, and 1,200 postgraduates following taught programmes or undertaking research.
 


WMR would also like to greatly thank,

  • Rob Gilbert, photographer: RGPhoto