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NEC gains Joscar accreditation

Nuclear Energy Components (NEC) has added to its accreditations by gaining JOSCAR accreditation with Hellios Information. JOSCAR is the accreditation and compliance system for the defence, aerospace and security sectors including prime contractors, civil aviation and security which acts as a single repository for pre-qualification and compliance information for prime contractors such as BAE Systems, …

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NEC powerlifting into 2023

NEC, Nuclear Energy Components, have manufactured two trophies for the Sheffield Powerlifting Championship 2023 that was held this weekend at Sheffield City Hall. Sheffield based SBD Apparel put together the event in partnership with the International Powerlifting Federation. Sheffield 2023 showcased the stars of the sport in a high-profile event with the largest prize fund …

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Master Cutler and Hallamshire Mistress visit Bradwell based NEC

Master Cutler, Dame Julie Kenny DBE DL and Mistress of Hallamshire, Rachel Abbott visited NEC (Nuclear Energy Components) yesterday, they met with Chairman, Vince Middleton and Sales Director, David Greenan on a visit to the company’s manufacturing facilities in Bradwell, Derbyshire. Sales Director, David Greenan said “It was an honour to welcome Julie and Rachel …

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Derbyshire Dales MP Sarah Dines visit to NEC in Bradwell

Recently, Derbyshire Dales MP, Sarah Dines visited NEC in Bradwell to meet Chairman, Vince Middleton and Sales Director, David Greenan to see the work of this local company which has been supplying the nuclear power sector for over 70 years. NE Components Ltd continues the legacy of Newburgh Engineering. Established in 1939, by Isaac Middleton, …

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NEC appoints apprentice-trained Matt Keeley as Board Director

NEC have appointed apprentice-trained 25-year-old Matt Keeley to the Board of Directors, this follows on from the company becoming an Employee Ownership Trust (EOT) earlier in the year. Matt who has recently completed his end point assessment for his Level 3 Machining Apprenticeship with AMRC-Training Centre in Rotherham has throughout his apprenticeship put himself forward …

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