CEW Best Practice Clubs – Supply Chain Opportunities in the Nuclear Sector
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Investment in infrastructure projects over the coming years is likely to be heavily influenced by the Nuclear sector and given the proximity of Wylfa, Trawsfynydd, Hinkley Point and Oldbury to Wales, this offers invaluable opportunities to the Welsh construction industry. But what are the “real” opportunities for local Welsh businesses in the nuclear sector? It’s not all about building nuclear reactors. There’s a significant element of “non-nuclear” infrastructure work required. But how do local businesses position themselves to compete for this work over short and long term?
This event will provide an opportunity for you to hear from key individuals in the nuclear sector who will give their thoughts on what potential opportunities could be available and how local businesses can align themselves to the requirements of potential clients. This event will set out how CEWales’ core principles of collaborative working through integrated teams and supply chains provide the best way to maximise value for local communities and businesses whilst meeting the client and end users requirements.
During the event we will be broadcasting live Twitter stream using hashtag #CEWNuclearEvent. If you are on Twitter, you can participate by tweeting questions, comments and suggestions to our presenters before and during the event. If you wish you may also email CEWales with questions and of course you will be able to ask questions on the day.
How to Book: To reserve your place please email CEWales stating your full contact details and the names of all delegates wishing to attend.
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