TRAM UK 2015

24 March 2015

TRAM logo

10-11 November 2015
Magna, Rotherham

TRAM (Trends in Advanced Machining, Manufacturing and Materials) is an international aerospace conference and exhibition focused on transferring advanced manufacturing technologies to the business leaders, managers and engineers who lead or play a key role in a facility that serves the aerospace sector.

It is returning to the UK for the first time since 2009 with an expected audience of 400 attendees representing 15 countries.

Presenters at the conference will include representatives from BAE Systems, Boeing, DMG/MORI SEIKI USA, Airbus and Sandvik.

Themes over the two days will cover: Manufacturing in the Future, Machining, Additive Manufacturing and Reconfigurable Flexible Manufacturing.

Registration for the conference is NOW OPEN. Click here to access the booking link.

The early bird rate of £230 is available until 10th September so book early to avoid disappointment.

Boeing 787

The conference fee includes admission to the conference & exhibition on both the 10th & 11th November 2015, the option to go on a guided tour of the AMRC and/or Magna, all breakfasts, refreshments & lunches on both days plus admission to an evening reception on the 10th November at the Magna Centre (food and limited beverages included).

Discounted rates are available to AMRC partners and AMRC Forum members as well as students. If you believe you are eligible for one of these discounts but don't know the password to access them please contact Chloe Lidster (contact details below).

For any booking enquiries or problems with registration please also contact Chloe Lidster (contact details below).

We have also secured preferential rates at a number of Sheffield City Centre hotels and will be providing free transport between these hotels and the conference venues throughout. If you'd like further information about these hotels and rates and details of how to book please contact Chloe Lidster (contact details below).

Contact details

Chloe Lidster,, 0114 222 6661

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