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Lord Bamford's 2012 report also recommended a push in schools and universities to break down the stereotyped view of manufacturing as "boring" and "repetitious".
Lord Bamford said he was still thinking about what this speech will contain but it is likely that it will touch upon topics such as apprenticeships, vocational training and exporting.
He may also refer to a Number 10 commissioned report, which he wrote and which was published last year.
And he plans to use his knowledge of the Midlands region, which he regards as the UK's engineering and manufacturing heartland, to emphasise his points.
He said: "My greater concern centres around manufacturing training individuals and creating the next generation of engineers.
businesses go through the same thing."
Lord Bamford, the chairman of digger manufacturer JCB, today takes his seat in the House of Lords for the first time since being made a life peer. He speaks to business editor Robin Johnson.
He said: "I travel to London regularly, which takes around one hour and 20 minutes. I don't really see why it needs to be any quicker.
"To my knowledge, within the House of Lords there are not many people who have a background in engineering and manufacturing. This is something I can bring as I have worked in these areas for almost half a century, starting out as an apprentice.
In it, Lord Bamford called on the Government to become champions of manufacturing and cut business taxes to support a renaissance in engineering.
An institute that could be seen as an example of best practice is the JCB Academy, also at Rocester, which is helping to produce the engineers and business leaders of the future.
Today, the JCB chairman will be bringing that knowledge to Nike Lebron 13 Price
Lord Bamford said: "I'm immensely proud of the JCB Academy. And we are very lucky we have good partners with us, supporting the academy such as Toyota, Bombardier and Rolls Royce, who are all Derby companies."
These are issues that he is particularly keen to promote and provide his guidance on.
AS well as championing the merits of his own company, JCB, Lord Anthony Bamford has always kept a close eye on the bigger picture.
He said: "I feel very strongly that the Midlands is a proper manufacturing base, from the Potteries in Stoke right across to Derby."
the corridors of power when he takes his seat in the House of Lords for the first time.
"It's because they have a clear approach to manufacturing and exporting."
First day in the House of Lords for JCB's Lord Bamford
But he stopped short of embracing the Government's view that the multi billion pound High Speed 2 rail project which will run through parts of Derbyshire is vital for British business.
"I think we should be apolitical about this. It is such an important subject and should not be clouded by political bickering. It needs an all party agreement.
"For example, Germany is the largest single exporter larger than China yet it has a population of around 80 million. We need to ask: how have they done it?
"And we need more investment in our roads. At JCB, we know what impact congestion on our road network can have on a business.
"It can only take one accident on the A50 to bring things to a standstill and this has an impact on our ability to deliver machines. I'm sure many other Nike Zoom Kobe 111
In August, Sir Anthony Bamford became Lord Bamford after being made a life pier by the Government. It will give him a voice on matters affecting UK industry and will allow him to put forward his own ideas on subjects that are close to his heart.
"What I feel we should be investing in is our airports. It is our airports that will play a key role in increasing this country's ability to export.
get your stationery from. At one point I thought they were going to show me where the tuck shop was! My first day will be what's known as a first introduction but at some point between now and Christmas I will be called upon to make my maiden speech."
He cares about British manufacturing as Nike Zoom Kobe Venomenon 5 Men's Basketball Shoes a whole and has extensive knowledge of the industry, built up over almost half a century working for the Rocester based digger manufacturer.
He said: "I was very thrilled to be recognised with this position. It's not so much about what I can get out of the role but what I can contribute, which I hope will be something of value.
"I also have experience of exporting, which is of course very important to Britain. But you've got to remember that I will be the new boy. The other day I was given a tour of the House of Lords and it felt like the first day of school.
As for current government policies, Lord Bamford said he supported the Government's continued investment in infrastructure a policy that will continue to provide manufacturing and engineering jobs.
JCB has 11 UK factories, the majority of which are in the region including JCB Power Systems at Foston, Derbyshire, which makes the engines for many of the firm's 300 products.
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