the heart of the region’s engineering and manufacturing industries.

 

 

 

The Engineering and Manufacturing Network (formerly CDEMN) is supporting the continued growth of the area’s engineering and manufacturing industries.

 

The North East is home to thousands of companies in these key sectors, from large multi-national brands and home grown firms to SMEs and micro businesses, who collectively contribute millions of pounds to the North East economy and employ hundreds of thousands of people.

 

EMN has positioned itself at the heart of the engineering and manufacturing industries, offering companies expert support and access to the assistance they need to realise their full potential.

If you want to be part of EMN, get in touch to chat about our membership packages and join a growing network of high-profile members.

The heart of the region’s engineering and manufacturing industries.

The Engineering and Manufacturing Network (formerly CDEMN) is supporting the continued growth of the area’s engineering and manufacturing industries. The North East is home to thousands of companies in these key sectors, from large multi-national brands and home grown firms to SMEs and micro businesses, who collectively contribute millions of pounds to the North East economy and employ hundreds of thousands of people. EMN has positioned itself at the heart of the engineering and manufacturing industries, offering companies expert support and access to the assistance they need to realise their full potential. If you want to be part of EMN, get in touch to chat about our membership packages and join a growing network of high-profile members.

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