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"To provide leading industry decision makers and influencers with current news and industry information, directory resources and targeted advertising; bridging the gap between buyers and suppliers."


Nuclear Connect is an established supply chain magazine and directory combined, read by over 3,000 decision makers from the UK nuclear supply chain.

Available in print and online formats, the features are informative and relevant, keeping you abreast of significant issues within the entire UK nuclear industry.In addition to market specific features, each edition contains regular sections focusing on health & safety, law, training and recruitment.

By combining timely and informative content with an extensive supply chain directory, we have created a publication that helps you do business. This is evident through our website, which is continuously evolving to increase knowledge and give a better understanding of your industry at a click.


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We kickstart this edition with a look back at nuclear developments in 2014, and a look ahead to what 2015 may bring with the upcoming General Election. We also report on this year’s NDA Estate Supply Chain Event and the National Supply Chain Awards. We focus on current opportunities for the supply chain in the existing generation sector. As Hinkley Point C (HPC) moves closer to construction we look at the rise of the South West in the nuclear industry. New South West-based joint venture Cory-Navarm describe how they are priming themselves for new build logistics activity. And Canadian nuclear energy professional Marius Vartolomei reflects on why HPC will provide the UK’s best opportunity for training and Knowledge Management in over 25 years.

New Parent Body Organisation Cavendish Fluor Partnership summarises its revised approach for Magnox, RSRL decommissioning. We hear from Magnox about how the local supply chain is integral to delivering on projects in North Wales. And Jeremy Miles of Wales and West Energy explains how this new forum will help maximise opportunities for companies in the energy sector. The Dalton Institute outlines how an expansion of facilities and expertise, including the new Nuclear Fuel Centre of Excellence, is developing advanced nuclear fuels of the future. Pete Terry of Mazars considers the increase in mergers and acquisitions activity in the nuclear market. Gareth Davies of Burges Salmon explores the potential role of non-executive directors in smaller companies. Andrew Bowyer of Willis Group looks at professional indemnity insurance issues. And Burges Salmon examine the commercial and legal issues around joint ventures. In our Training article, Jan Blomgren of the Institute for Nuclear Business Excellence suggests there is a growing role for simulation techniques in leadership training. And in our H&S focus the Office for Nuclear Regulation’s supply chain lead Stuart Allen outlines key developments in supply chain regulation.

Plus we have further features along with latest industry news and a selection of key dates for your diary, view the digital edition to see the full issue of Nuclear Connect 20.

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