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Visit to Tata Steel Shotton Works

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Visit to Tata Steel Shotton Works

Date and Time

08 May 2014 - 18:00-20:00

Location

Deeside, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Wales North local network.


About this event

A lecture and guided tour of the  manufacturing  facilties and  process line technology for the application of  metalic and organic coatings of carbon steel  at Tata Colors, Shotton Works. From its early  beginnings in 1896 Shotton Works has evolved over 118 years  in serving the construction, manufacturing  and automotive markets  both overseas and the UK  in supplying  quality  high value coated steel products.

The visit will also include a tour of the Sustainable Building Envelope Centre and its role in the research and development of buildings of the future.

Important information (updated 29th April 2014)
The host will provide PPE i.e. hard hats, ear defenders and hi viz vests.  Safety footwear isn't required but visitors must cover their arms and legs so please no shorts or short sleeved shirts.

Programme

18:00 Visit starts
20:00 Visit ends

Cost

£0.00

Additional information

A map showing how to get to the venue is available for dowload here.

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