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A New Mobility Centre Launches in Coventry

Coventry University has joined forces with the German engineering services known as FEV. They have announced that they have opened a £50m low carbon facility. This is especially interesting to those who work in technical recruitment and engineering recruitment.

The facility is going to house some of the best, and most-advanced combustion tests. These are now available in the UK and it is safe to say that they are also trying to test any current and even future power train experiments. This is going to be done quickly and efficiently, so that people can always feel confident in the resources that are available. The capabilities are going to be available to CMEs, OEMS and even supply chains. This is designed to try and keep partners keen on creating new systems and it could even be used in aerospace, marine and some rail sectors. So far, 36 new jobs have been created and there have also been a number of apprentice positions announced too. A spokesman has stated that he believes that this could be a real opportunity to try and lead the rest of the world and that this is going to be really helpful when it comes to carbon propulsion systems. It will also play a large role when it comes to the FEV. This has been moved to a new facility and this is going to be the UK test centre.

Professor Stefan Pischinger and the president of the FEV group has stated that they have made the decision to try and work together after Brexit was talked about and even though this brings about a lot of uncertainty, there is no reason to change the approach at all. They believe that the Brexit vote is going to affect this, and that they need to stay on the path that they have carved out for themselves.


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