Challenging the boundaries of manufacturing
The MTC represents one of the largest public sector investments in manufacturing for many years and is housed in a 12,000 square metre purpose built facility at Ansty Park, Coventry. The centre opened in 2011 and was founded by the University of Birmingham, Loughborough University, the University of Nottingham and TWI Ltd, our industrial members include some of the UK’s major global manufacturers.
We provide a high quality environment for the development of cutting edge technologies into manufacturing processes with the aim of delivering truly innovative solutions to UK industry.
The MTC is an open access centre. We provide a flexible approach to working with companies of all sizes from SMEs to Tier 1s and large OEMs supplemented by a membership scheme which creates a collaborative research programme.
MTC recognised as a top apprentice employer
The Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry has been listed as one of the top apprenticeship employers in the UK, a sought after accolade for the pioneering centre. The announcement was made at The Apprentice Awards at The Skills Show at the NEC.
Top Airbus and BAE Learning Specialist to run Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre
A senior development specialist who has worked with Airbus and BAE has been appointed as managing director of the Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre
Bosch Rexroth joins the Manufacturing Technology Centre
Bosch Rexroth has become the latest company to join the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry.
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"It’s great to be in at the start of a new business supporting the local economy. It’s a real challenge to juggle all the demands of working in a start-up and the weeks fly by. It’s good to be surrounded by high quality people "