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Birchwood Nuclear Exhibition 2018 Supporters

In acknowledgement of its impact on the nuclear supply chain, we have again secured unrivalled support from several prestigious organisations including the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority as our ‘Principal Supporter’, in conjunction with Sellafield Ltd, the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (NAMRC)the Nuclear Industry Association, the TWI and the Nuclear Institute.

Nuclear Decommissioning Authority

The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) is responsible for ensuring the safe and efficient clean-up of the UK’s nuclear legacy. This involves decommissioning and demolishing all buildings, as well as treatment and disposal of associated waste, both radioactive and conventional.


We are responsible for the safe and secure operation and clean-up of the Sellafield nuclear site. From cleaning-up the country’s highest nuclear risks and hazards to safeguarding nuclear fuel, materials and waste, our mission is nationally important. Our purpose is to keep Sellafield safe and secure, cleaning-up the site to a defined end state.

Nuclear Industry Association

The NIA is the trade association for the civil nuclear industry in the UK.  The NIA represents more than 250 companies across the supply chain. The diversity of NIA membership enables effective and constructive industry-wide interaction.

Nuclear AMRC

The Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Nuclear AMRC) is a collaboration of academic and industrial partners from across the nuclear supply chain, with the mission of helping UK manufacturers win work at home and worldwide.

Fit 4 Nuclear

Fit For Nuclear (F4N) is a unique service to help UK manufacturing companies get ready to bid for work in the civil nuclear supply chain.

F4N lets companies measure their operations against the standards required to supply the nuclear industry – in new build, operations and decommissioning – and take the necessary steps to close any gaps.


TWI is one of the world’s foremost independent research and technology organisations, with expertise in materials joining and engineering processes as applied in industry. TWI specialises in innovation, knowledge transfer and in solving problems across all aspects of manufacturing, fabrication and whole-life integrity management.

The Nuclear Institute

The Nuclear Institute is the professional body and learned society for the nuclear industry. Representing over 2,500 professionals at all levels across the industry, from new build and operations to decommissioning, the Nuclear Institute sets the standards for nuclear professionalism.

Birchwood Nuclear Exhibition 2018 Details

We welcome you to the 2018 Engineering & Technology Solutions Exhibition (Birchwood Nuclear Exhibition 2018) in the Birchwood Nuclear Hub, Warrington on Weds, 26th September 2018 where we can offer you a day of supply chain networking with nuclear companies from across the UK

For the 24th year Birchwood Park welcomes back the Nu-Tech ‘Engineering & Technology Solutions Exhibition’ (Birchwood Nuclear Exhibition 2018).

The biggest event of its kind to be held on the Birchwood Park last year – the first being hosted by Nu-Tech at Birchwood in 1994 – it reaffirms our proud record as the leading and longest-serving organiser of bespoke supplier exhibitions to the UK’s nuclear sector.

The Nu-Tech ‘Engineering & Technology Solutions Exhibition’ (Birchwood Nuclear Exhibition 2018) will therefore be an invaluable day for both exhibitors and attendees and will offer key features such as:

  • Networking and contact building opportunities
  • Representatives from the nuclear supply chain from Tier 1s to SMEs
  • Technology transfer from defence, maritime, aerospace and petrochemical sectors
  • External technology exhibits
  • Live demonstrations
  • Interactive sessions
  • Technical presentations
Birchwood Nuclear Exhibition 2018 - Birchwood Park - External View of the Centre
Birchwood Nuclear Exhibition 2018 - Birchwood Park - External View of the Centre

Networking Opportunities

Networking and contact building opportunities

Technical Presentations

View presentations, video screens & info boards

Technology Exhibitions

Engineering & Technology exhibits

Interactive Sessions

NAMRC’s state-of-the art interactive simulations

Live Demonstrations

Witness ‘live’ demonstrations

One-2-One Opportunities

Face-to-face meetings with key Sellafield project staff

We are also delighted to confirm that in a clear affirmation of their support, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority will also be attending this event to provide a short ‘opening address’ to participants inside the exhibition marquee at the beginning of the event. More details to follow.

In offering diversity, we’ve planned a vibrant day for you which not only includes a chance to browse multiple engineering & technology exhibition stands in our jumbo marquee, but you can also witness ‘live’ external demonstrations and jump aboard the NAMRC’s state-of-the art interactive 14-metre long HGV trailer containing simulations such as a virtual welding machine and robot demonstrators plus video screens, information boards and activities – all of which are sure to make your visit to this event worthwhile. You can also enjoy complimentary refreshments throughout the exhibition period in the marquee.

Want to exhibit?

Do you have products that could support the UK’s nuclear sector? Are they based on engineering & technology or innovative ideas currently used in other sectors that you think would be transferable to nuclear? Or, are you an existing supplier but feel you have many more products in your portfolio that could support the North West’s nuclear infrastructure?

If so, why not consider exhibiting at the Birchwood Hub Engineering & Technology Solutions Exhibition (Birchwood Nuclear Exhibition 2018) where you can meet hundreds of delegates and demonstrate your capabilities to key staff from Sellafield Ltd and many of their Tier 2 contractors based within the Birchwood Business Park as well as network with other suppliers who could potentially collaborate with you.

Held in a location convenient for this target audience, this event will give you a unique opportunity to meet with key individuals where you can freely exchange ideas and discuss opportunities in an environment which may not be possible any other way.

Key Features

  • Access to the wider nuclear market

    Helping new suppliers to enter the nuclear market and existing suppliers to highlight their full range of products, services and skills

  • Closer to your target audience

    Bringing you closer to your target audience and increasing your chances of engaging with key personnel

  • Save time and money

    There’s no need to exhibit at large & expensive national exhibitions where meeting the right people can be ‘hit & miss’

  • Meet key personnel

    Giving you the chance to meet key personnel who are the ‘sharp-end’ of supplier need but often have little time to find solutions elsewhere

  • Events in relaxed and ‘exclusive’ environments

    We always locate our events in relaxed and ‘exclusive’ environments where new business contacts can directly approach you

  • Strengthen existing relationships

    Maintain and strengthen your existing customer relationships

Sellafield Ltd One-2-One Event

We are delighted to confirm that we will be working with Sellafield Ltd to give members of the supply chain an opportunity to meet face-to-face with representatives from 15 main business areas within Sellafield Ltd in an event that will be held in conjunction with the Engineering & Technology Solutions Exhibition at Birchwood (Birchwood Nuclear Exhibition 2018).

The One-2-One event, organised by Nu-Tech Exhibitions + Events on behalf of Sellafield Ltd, will give suppliers unique access to key company representatives who oversee the needs and meet the challenges of the Sellafield nuclear site in Cumbria – one of the largest nuclear engineering centres in the world. Now owned by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) but managed and operated by Sellafield Ltd, the company has an annual budget of around £2 billion and is responsible for cleaning-up the country’s highest nuclear risks and hazards to safeguarding nuclear fuel, materials and waste.

It’s an all-encompassing task which will take many years to complete and requires the support of a skilled and dedicated supply chain to work in partnership with Sellafield Ltd to help reduce costs whilst utilising collective expertise, unique capabilities and knowhow.

To help meet this ongoing need, the Sellafield One-2-One event will enable you to:

  • Increase your understanding of the nuclear sector needs
  • Discover real business opportunities for your company
  • Discuss your business and its capabilities with Sellafield Ltd
  • Build contacts to develop your business through the exhibition, networking and 1:1 meetings

Register your interest

If you would like to attend the Nu-Tech Engineering & Technology Solutions Exhibition (Birchwood Nuclear Exhibition 2018) either as an exhibitor or a visitor or are interested in the Sellafield Ltd One-2-One appointments, then please complete our online form by clicking the button below. Alternatively, you can call us on Tel: 01946 695554

Birchwood Nuclear Exhibition 2018 Date & Location

  • Wednesday 26th September 2018
  • Birchwood Nuclear Hub, Warrington, WA3 6YN
  • 10:00AM – 2:30PM