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SC21 launches in Ireland

Posted 1 October 2013 · Add Comment

ADS has today launched SC21 into Ireland with the support of Bombardier and Enterprise Ireland.

Six companies were invited to join the first tranche of the pilot programme. The companies participating in the event were:

  • DPF Engineering from Carlow
  • Gerard Daniel Worldwide from Limerick
  • EireComposites from Galway
  • Takumi Precision Engineering from Limerick
  • Shivo Group from Waterford
  • Technical Engineering Group (TEG) from Mullingar

At the very successful launch event Stephen Cowan, GM Materiel for Bombardier, presented on major progress Northern Ireland suppliers had achieved implementing SC21.



One of the Northern Ireland suppliers to Bombardier, JW Kane Engineering, gave an excellent presentation on the company journey to SC21 Silver Award and how the business has grown. A
fter the event there was also a tour of the JW Kane plant to see first hand the progress that had been made under SC21.

The programme for Ireland will be supported with funding from Enterprise Ireland.

This opens up a great opportunity for companies in the South of Ireland to gain more from the growing global Aerospace Industry and benefit from Membership of ADS the Trade organisation for Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space Industries.
 

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