Case studies

Ronson Gears wins its first UK aerospace contract

Ronson Gears is delighted to announce that we have been awarded a contract (subject to sample approval) to supply bevel gears to an aerospace company in the United Kingdom.

Our agents in the UK - Newland-Hardwick - have been doing an outstanding job in managing our relationship between ourselves and our new customers. They have also been key in helping Ronson acclimatise to local needs and expectations.

Our new customer supplies into all the major aircraft manufacturers and are renowned the world over. Stay tuned for more details as things progress!

Fact finding Aerospace mission to Bristol

The NAG Fact finding Mission to the West of England – or more specifically Bristol – was an intense two day visit which only scratched the surface of aerospace companies based in the region. The Mission included visits and meetings with:

• GKN Aerospace
• Business to Business (B2B) Meetings with members from the West of England Aerospace Forum (WEAF)
• The National Composites Centre (NCC)
• Discussions with SME’s based in the Bristol and Bath Science Park (BBSP)

BAE Systems and KMWE sign MoU: "Further evidence of the blossoming connections between Dutch and British aerospace companies."

Newland-Hardwick Ltd (NHL) is delighted that one of its key clients - KMWE - has signed an Memorandum of Understanding with BAE Systems.


Martin Farmer, Managing Director of NHL (and responsible for KMWE business in the UK) said “The signing of this MoU is a key milestone in the relationship which is developing between KMWE and BAE Systems. In fact it is further evidence of the blossoming connections between Dutch and British aerospace companies”.

How to make it in the UK, the Dutch Way

Every month the Netherlands Business Support Office has a case study about the do's and don'ts of doing business in the UK.  This month its Edward Voncken, CEO of KMWE:

Aerospace Assembly, Integration & Test at Cornwall Airport Newquay

In late 2020, Newland-Hardwick carried a Market Research Study for Aerospace Cornwall/ Cornwall Council.  This was scope the feasibility for an Assembly, Integration and Test (AIT) facility at Cornwall Airport Newquay. The proposal included a recommendation regarding the establishment of a Composites Technology Cluster across a number of sectors, including aerospace.

Please click the button which takes you to recent minutes from the Economic Zone Board, Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership.









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