Mr Carpenter Merritt, who has a background in political consulting and PR, will lead on EEF
's external affairs across the North East, raising the profile of the organisation and its members with the aim of making EEF
the voice of manufacturing locally.
supports extending the assurances to be given by acquirers, it believes this is only a partial solution to ensure the best outcomes for businesses which are bought and their domestic supply chain.
He said that EEF
initiated several schemes for the welfare of workers of education department as it was the priority of the EEF
to provide basic facilities to the workers.
After being appointed Chief Executive of EEF
in 2010, he has led the organisation through major changes, building the group's representation work in Britain and Europe and significantly strengthening the business services provided by the group.
Liz Mayes, North-east region director at EEF
, said: "We are rapidly establishing this as the flagship event for manufacturers in our region, providing a great opportunity for them to share innovative ideas and best practice.
The letter, written by EEF
chief executive Terry Scuoler, reads: "Many manufacturers fear Britain would be economically weaker if there is a vote to leave the EU.
and WAE, which export 70 per cent of their extruded profiles, are also targeting new markets as part of their international expansion strategy with a strong focus on Africa, GCC and the Middle East.
on this occasion, besides briefing the meeting on the activities, performance and successes of the Foundation, also identified its issues and problems.
It also suggests that the outcome of Government negotiations is unlikely to make a great deal of difference, particularly for EEF
members that are pro-EU.
on this occasion, briefed the meeting regarding the activities, performance and successes of the Foundation, also identified its issues and problems.
, which reported a total turnover of over 13,800MT in 2014, is targeting growth of over 10% growth in 2015.
regional director Andy Tuscher said the forum, which is sponsored by Lloyds Bank, had been set up at the request of manufacturers to help connect manufacturers with suppliers and make use of multi-disciplinary expertise available from bodies such as the government's Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS).