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The Challenge of Global Engine Design

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Ingenium is an all-new family of compact, lightweight, low-emissions diesel and petrol turbocharged engines that deliver both the efficiency and performance that our global customers desire

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03 March 2015 - 19:15-20:45

Location

Shropshire, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

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Jointly organised by the Shropshire and Shropshire local networks.


About this event

In 2011 Jaguar Land Rover announced the creation of 750 jobs and the construction of an advanced engine facility at a brand new, 120 hectare site near Wolverhampton to develop new low-emissions engines. The presentation will cover the challenge of creating a new facility at the i54 site including the innovative manufacturing and engine developments involved. 

By Paul Whitwood, Chief Engineer, Jaguar Land Rover i54 site.

Contact John Burrows shropsec@imechenetwork.org
Further details and registration
www.theiet.org/local/uk/westmids/salop,
www.imechenearyou.org.uk

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Find out about Jaguar Land Rovers' own new family of advanced technology, low-friction, high-performance petrol and diesel engines to meet growing customer demand for lower fuel consumption and cost of ownership, without comprising performance and the driver experience.

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