Ray Mann, National Aeronautical Centre presents about logistic industry with UCA

Ray Mann, Managing Director at West Wales Airport and National Aeronautical Centre, presents during the UCA Conference: “Meeting the expectations of the logistic industry with UCA”.

NAC 125About Ray Mann
Born in Shrewsbury, in the UK, Ray studied engineering in the late 60’s with Rolls-Royce.  Having gained his qualifications he moved on to serve 4 years with Rank Xerox and established his first engineering company in 1973. In 1999, with manufacturing plants operating in England, Scotland, Ireland and France, Ray took to the sky with his own aircraft in order to manage them.

This proved to be so successful that he began to see aviation as a possible future business to invest in. More interest in all aspects of the aviation industry followed and in 2001 his company acquired the Airfield at Aberporth and created West Wales Airport. The acquisition was to prove to be the catalyst for the development of an Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) speciality that now sees West Wales Airport as the key component of the National Aeronautical Centre (NAC) and at the forefront of unmanned flight operations in Europe.

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