Queen’s Anniversary Prize
AME has been presented with a prestigious Queen’s Anniversary Prize, recognising excellence, innovation and education within the centre.
Unipart has its roots in manufacturing in the automotive sector, where it continues to supply many of the UK's best brands with safety-critical original-equipment automotive parts and systems, and this now extends to include EV battery modules and packs, supporting the switch to greener transport solutions. With 35-years of experience as a Tier-1 Automotive supplier, Unipart Manufacturing now applies the same disciplined approach in servicing customers across all sectors, including rail, construction and utilities, and across its Joint Ventures, including Kautex-Unipart Ltd and Hyperbat Ltd, its battery manufacturing JV with Fortescue WAE.
Unipart's manufacturing capabilities extend from the more traditional metal fabrication, plastic blow-moulding and complex assembly, through to electrical and electronic assembly and software, and into large-scale industrial, and by harnessing the power of the Unipart Group, it offers supply-chain solutions to its clients from consultancy, through manufacturing and into logistics.
Operating from multiple sites across the UK and overseas, all of its operations have a commitment to invest in innovation and operate using ‘The Unipart Way’ – a philosophy of working underpinned by tools and techniques that inspire efficiency, flexibility and outstanding customer service.
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We want to be among the leaders of the fourth industrial revolution and that’s going to require the combination of business entrepreneurial skills and deep technical know-how. So the creation of the Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering institute is going to give us a chance to create industry ready technology and industry ready young men and women.John Neill, Chairman and Group Chief Executive, Unipart