Why Visit Manufacturing & Engineering 2018?

With deadline pressures and constantly changing market requirements, time has always been a precious commodity for manufacturing and engineering professionals.

Yet with the diverse range of products, technology and processes available to them, it has never been more important to take some of that precious time out to learn and review what’s out there.

That’s why Manufacturing & Engineering was created – to offer engineers and manufacturers the chance to attend an event focused on their needs and their needs alone.

Through a dedicated exhibition and free conference and workshop sessions, visitors will get the chance to meet, learn, solve problems and develop business ideas – all under one roof.

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Exhibition

The exhibition provides visitors with face to face access to a wide range of leading suppliers offering market leading solutions for all manufacturing and engineering needs across all sectors.

Conference

With keynotes from senior manufacturing and engineering professionals at leading brands from across aerospace, automotive, motorsport, electronics, and more, the Manufacturing & Engineering 2017 conference provides delegates with powerful content spanning all areas of production, design and manufacturing management.

Workshops

High quality practical workshops will be taking place on both days within the two theatres on the show floor. The subjects covered range from metrology and rapid prototyping, to factory floor automation and test and measurement.

The sessions have been designed to be useful and informative with close editorial control to avoid sales pitches. These are entirely free to attend; however with space limited to just 50 delegates per session, you are recommended to book early to avoid disappointment.

If you work in the following sectors or have the following job roles then this is a show you need to attend:

Sectors
Automotive
Aerospace
Defence
Medical
Pharmaceutical
FMCG
Oil/Gas/Energy
Motorsports
Automation
Environmental
Marine
Subsea
Rail
Telecommunication

Job Functions
Assembly
CAD
Design management
Energy management
Factory Management
Finishing
Handling & storage
Health & Safety
Jig & tool design
Machine maintenance
Manufacturing IT
Materials purchasing
Product design
Production engineering
Production management & operations
Prototyping
Purchasing
Quality
R & D
Supply chain management
Test & measurement
Tooling
Toolmaking
Training
Waste management
Works/Plant engineering

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