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Did you know that products and services produced by engineering and manufacturing companies in a variety of sectors could have an amazing opportunity to succeed in aerospace? If you are an SME in the Midlands, help is at hand.

With rapid recovery on the horizon, now is a great time to discover if aerospace could be your next destination. Many people believe that aerospace has big obstacles to entry and are unaware that they are much closer than they realise to being a great fit. 

The Aerospace UP programme has a team of highly-experienced technology managers who are ready to speak with you in confidence to help you explore the potential for your products, services and capabilities to succeed in aerospace.


If your company is eligible, they will design the best package of support and funding for your goals (grants of £1,000 to £100,000 are available).


Just three of the success stories include:

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Eco Smart Systems is introducing UV sanitising lamps to the aviation sector by extending one of its existing technologies with help from an Aerospace UP grant.

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Wilson Bio-Chemical is using an Aerospace UP grant to develop a sustainable aviation fuel, manufactured from municipal solid waste, which could be used by airports to solve environment sustainability challenges.

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P.A.K Engineering is looking to adapt its electric vehicle lightweight battery thermal management system for the extreme conditions of aerospace applications with support from Aerospace UP and the University of Nottingham, opening up a new market.

Our experienced technology managers have decades of working experience in this industry and are here to help you understand how to enter this space. This support is free to SMEs eligible for Aerospace UP support and funding.

To find out more please get in touch directly with our aerospace expert Andy Leather or sign up for Aerospace UP support

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