Bringing together manufacturing, engineering, processing, automation, control equipment, and associated companies…

To network, share expertise, and best practice.

50 years of boosting British manufacturing

The British Manufacturing Consortium, formerly known as the BMPCA, has been supporting manufacturing, engineering, and associated companies for over 50 years.

With strategic partnerships with The Manufacturer and Make UK, BMC members are always up to date with the latest developments.

Longstanding member companies include Sheffield Forgemasters, Industrial Controls & Automation, Corewire Ltd, Thermofisher Scientific… to name just a few.

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British Manufacturing Consortium - Membership Benefits

Held on member company sites, including networking, round table discussions,  technical expert sessions and ISSB presentations.

Share your company news through our LinkedIn page and in our biannual digital Bulletin Magazine.

Full corporate membership of the BMC includes six tickets for the annual lunch, with high profile guest speaker, hosted in London.

Including monthly updates, access to conferences and an opportunity to feed BMC members’ input to the government.

BMC member companies build strategic collaborations and partnerships with other major UK players.

Industry updates and event information circulated to members throughout the year by email bulletin.

Mission, Vision, and Values

Connecting companies in the manufacturing and engineering sectors, the British Manufacturing Consortium encourages the flow of up to date information, sharing of best working practices, and the building of strategic collaborations.

Their vision is to connect growth minded organisations and help to represent them, boosting the landscape they operate in.

Determined to ensure that members see value in their membership by delivering on promises, and actively seeking feedback to ensure the continuous improvement of services.

The British Manufacturing Consortium is a not-for-profit member organisation and so their leadership team is kept small, but perfectly formed.

Who Is the BMC

Graham Honeyman


Kevin Parkin

Vice Chair

Claire Taylor Foster


Join the British Manufacturing Consortium

Head over to our membership page to see how the British Manufacturing Consortium can benefit you and your company.

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