The North’s premier showcase for engineering and manufacturing technology, Northern Manufacturing & Electronics 2014, returns to Manchester’s EventCity on October 1st and 2nd. Following a successful debut last year, the organisers are expecting around a 20% increase in exhibitors at this year’s show, which once again promises to be a landmark even
EventCity is one of the UK’s newest exhibition facilities. Easily accessible by road or public transport, it provides the perfect setting for the tremendously wide variety of services and products on display. The exhibitor list features numerous stand-out names from the world of engineering, including some of the world’s largest machinery and industrial equipment manufacturers, alongside the cream of the North’s engineering sector. Virtually every area of engineering enterprise is covered, from high-tech electronics to machinery and fabrication.
Manufacturing industry is vital for the north of the UK and Northern Ireland; manufacturing in the North West alone generates £20bn annually and employs some 400,000 people. The show provides a much-needed regional focus for manufacturing-related businesses, providing them with a convenient way to investigate the latest hardware as well as meeting with new suppliers and potential customers.
Northern Manufacturing & Electronics 2014 also provides visitors with the opportunity to up-skill, thanks to its ever-popular free technical seminar programme that runs over both days of the show. A collection of one-hour sessions provided by noted experts in their fields touches on a wide range of technical and operational topics such as Lean, CE Marking, product development and marketing. Presenters this year include The CE Marking association, Lucid Innovation and OptimumFX. The full programme and pre-registration can be found on the show’s website at www.industrynorth.co.uk.
Admission to Northern Manufacturing & Electronics 2014 is entirely free to business visitors, and EventCity offers 3000 totally free on-site car parking spaces, with easy accessibility by road, rail or air. To register online for free tickets, or to discover exhibiting at this outstanding event, simply visit www.industrynorth.co.uk or call 01784 880 890. Visitors can follow all the latest news from the show on its blog page at http://blog.industrynorth.co.uk or by following @industry_co_uk on Twitter. You can also see videos on the show’s YouTube channel www.youtube.com/UKindustry and the show has its own group on the popular business networking service LinkedIn, at: