An informal network of manufacturing companies from across Plymouth and beyond
The PMG, in association with Plymouth University and Santander Corporate & Commercial, is pleased to be holding its second Annual Christmas Lecture. Following on from the success of last year’s event, we welcome Rob Law MBE, one of Britain's most well-known entrepreneurs, as our guest Christmas Lecturer for 2016. Rob is best known as the founder of and director of Magmatic Ltd, the company behind the much- loved children’s suitcase and luggage brand Trunki which is made here in Plymouth by PMG member, Magma Moulding (which is part of the Magmatic group of companies).
Automation & productivity improvements are the key focus at this year’s PMG Conference. Isn’t it time you got to grips with the concept of ‘Industry 4.0’ and what it fully means to you and your business? (Industry 4.0, or smart technology, refers to the fourth industrial revolution which is centered around intelligent manufacturing. It brings together contemporary automation, data exchange and new manufacturing technologies). Well now here’s your chance at this year’s PMG Conference which is being held during the afternoon of Thursday 14th July at the Plymouth Future Inn, Derriford. PMG members only
£1.6bn COLLECTIVE TURNOVER
15.3% LOCAL ECONOMY
COLLECTIVELY EMPLOYS 12-13k
The PMG is primarily a network for information sharing; peer to peer networking; factory site visits and surveys & benchmarking.
We also represent and lobby on behalf of the sector: locally, regionally and nationally and act as a focal point for the receipt and sharing of external information.
"Membership of the PMG allows employees from a number of different functions within our business to network and share knowledge which ultimately results in Kawasaki being able to adopt best practices which have a positive impact on the Company’s overall performance."
"A great organisation which provides us with opportunities to work together on areas of business improvement where we share common interests and to understand and influence developments in local government and other key stakeholders in Plymouth"