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15 May 2020

Weekly information on technological innovation, product development and the economic impact on the engineering industry – all available via DPA’s e-newsletter.

DPA has never been in doubt about the need to supply its readers with the latest industry information. However, DPA is conscious that, in the current climate, the need for reliable, instantaneous information about the world of engineering is absolutely vital – now more than ever. Engineering has been acknowledged as a vital business to lift the country back to financial health. Therefore, it is essential that engineers are kept informed of the latest developments within industry, so they can not only protect their own businesses in the long term, but also play their part in securing the future of the UK’s economy.

As a result, DPA’s newsletter is dedicated to keeping its subscribers updated, so engineers can face these challenges head-on. It is here to tell you how companies are responding to the current crisis, and how you can do the same. It is also here to keep readers informed of the latest technology trends, advanced research projects, product development and general industry news. Above all, it is designed to show you that, despite the current crisis, the world of engineering is still very much turning! 

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