The Voice of SME's in Engineering
JetBlue receives first Airbus A321LR with new Airspace interior US-based JetBlue Airways has taken delivery of its first of 13 A321LR aircraft featuring Airbus’ new Airspace interior. These new A321LRs ...
Successful First Flight of Japan’s RQ-4B Global Hawk Northrop Grumman Corp has successfully completed the first flight of Japan’s RQ-4B Global Hawk from Palmdale, California. Jane Bishop, vice president and general manager of ...
Tharsus selected for ‘Future Fifty’ programme Tharsus, which is based in Blyth, Northumberland, and a ‘leading advanced machines and robotics firm’, has been selected by Tech Nation to join the ‘Future Fifty’ programme — Europe’s ...
Weir Group wins £36 million Ukraine order for energy saving technology Weir's Enduron HPGR technology. Pictures courtesy of Ferrexpo The Weir Group plc, which is headquartered in Glasgow, has been awarded a £36 million contract to provide industry leading ...
Harland & Wolff launches first multi-site apprenticeship scheme Belfast-based Harland & Wolff has announced that its apprenticeship scheme which runs across all four of the company’s sites in Appledore, Arnish, Belfast and Methil, is now open with the ...

Welcome to the EIA website

The Engineering Industries Association is an organisation with over 60 years experience in promoting trade and representing the interests and aspirations of the UK engineering manufacturing sector, particularly SME's.

We are well known as accomplished lobbyists, who make representations to Government departments, Bank of England and other organisations that affect our members interests.

We aim to be the centre of information, trade and support for the engineering industry. Members receive regular mailings consisting of news, trade leads, joint ventures and inter-trade opportunities.

We promote a wide range of free services and benefits that enable members to deal with business and legal problems using the best expert advice.

We are a Trade Challenge Partner (TCP) for the Department for International Trade (DIT) assisting UK SME companies in their participation at overseas engineering trade shows and are able to obtain grant funding for eligible UK exhibiting companies. 

The EIA can offer companies a considerable value for money return on membership.

We can help your business to succeed.