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CERAM and Morgan Technical Ceramics form technology partnership

16 December 2009

CERAM has announced a new Technology Partnership alliance with Morgan Technical Ceramics (MTC), a global leader in advanced ceramic materials and component innovations across many technology-led markets including aerospace, automotive and medical.

CERAM is an internationally renowned materials expert in research, testing, consultancy and analysis. The Technology Partnership will enable MTC to take advantage of unrivalled ceramics and materials technology through CERAM’s Information Services from around the world.  This will support MTC as it continues to push boundaries and offer high-performance engineered components to its customers.

CERAM’s information specialists and technology consultants are available to MTC for expert information gathering and analysis, identification of technology trends and literature tracking.  Additionally, CERAM experts will assist with MTC’s innovation activities and together the partners will develop joint innovation projects and technology foresight initiatives.

Keith Parker, Marketing Director for MTC, explains, “We have a longstanding relationship with CERAM and have seen the organisation develop over recent years into a cutting-edge technology facility with a global reach and broad capabilities.  We are excited by the potential to extend our relationship, and by sharing our wealth of knowledge we are better placed to serve our customers.”

John Hines, Director of Consultancy at CERAM, concludes, “MTC is a global leader in ceramic materials technology and shares our perspectives in looking at the key materials challenges faced around the world.  Partnerships are a vital aspect of our business and we are always keen to explore ways through which we can add more value to our clients and their customers.  We are delighted to be working with MTC in partnership and committed to helping them extend their technology lead through innovation and insight.”

Pictured here are Ann Pace, Manager of CERAM Information Centre and Services, (second from left) and her team.

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