Nuclear AMRC Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Nuclear AMRC's estimated annual revenue is currently $13M per year.
- Nuclear AMRC's estimated revenue per employee is $100,000
- Nuclear AMRC has 130 Employees.
- Nuclear AMRC grew their employee count by 2% last year.
Nuclear AMRC Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is Nuclear AMRC?
The Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre helps UK manufacturers win work in the nuclear power sector. The Nuclear AMRC combines academic innovation with industry expertise to help UK manufacturers improve capabilities and performance along the supply chain. Its facilities and services are open to all. The centre's engineers and sector specialists work with companies to develop innovative techniques and optimised processes for large-scale high-precision manufacturing. Companies can use the Nuclear AMRC's state-of-the-art workshop with over £35 million worth of production-scale equipment to develop and test new processes on production-scale machines without losing capacity in their own factories. The Nuclear AMRC also provides a range of business support to help manufacturers enter the nuclear supply chain and compete worldwide. The Fit For Nuclear programme is a unique diagnostic tool which lets companies measure their operations against the standards required to supply the nuclear industry, and take the necessary steps to close any gaps. The Nuclear AMRC is backed by industry leaders and government, and managed by the University of Sheffield as part of an advanced manufacturing innovation cluster alongside the AMRC, AMRC Training Centre and Castings Technology International with support from The University of Manchester's Dalton Nuclear Institute. It is part of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult, a national alliance of seven leading manufacturing research centres. Website: namrc.co.uk Twitter: @NuclearAMRCkeywords:N/A
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Nuclear AMRC News
UK steel casting group, William Cook Cast Products, has joined the Nuclear AMRC to develop its capabilities for the nuclear sector and other...
The UK's largest steel casting group, William Cook Cast Products, has joined the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) to...
The Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Nuclear AMRC), based at the University of Sheffield and part of the UK's High Value...
In 2015, I moved to Rotherham to work at the Nuclear AMRC. A year later, I made my first cake: a Victoria sponge. The decoration wasn't great, ...
Nuclear AMRC Midlands, a new research and innovation centre to support manufacturers across the region, is opening for business in the iHub ...
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