Aaron & Partners speak out at Manufacturing Conference
12th December, 2013
David Harries, Head of Renewables and lead partner for North Wales, was one of a number of professionals who took part in a debate on Manufacturing in North Wales. The manufacturers and advisers debated how to make the best of economic development, supply chain issues, recycling, skills and procurement for North Wales.
They discussed how North Wales includes one of the UK’s busiest areas for manufacturing on Deeside, so how should the success of that area be sustained and replicated across the region.
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