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Northern Manufacturing & Electronics returns to EventCity

Northern Manufacturing & Electronics returns to EventCity

Northern Manufacturing & Electronics, the North's number one manufacturing technology and electronics exhibition, returns to EventCity, Manchester on September 28th to 29th. The show has grown consistently over its three year history, and is once again expected to increase both visitor and exhibitor numbers for 2016. Last year's event pulled in almost 3000 industrial professionals from across the UK, with the Automotive and Aerospace engineering sectors being particularly well represented.

Northern Manufacturing & Electronics has quickly emerged as the single most valuable shows in the North for industry, engineering and manufacturing. Visitors to Northern Manufacturing 2016 can expect to see an even wider variety of companies, ranging from regional specialist vendors to major international companies. Companies confirmed for 2016 include Amada, LCL Electronics, igus UK, Bystronic, Olympus, Nikon Metrology, Yamazaki Mazak and Trumpf. The event echoes the format of the incredibly successful Southern Manufacturing & Electronics Show, which now ranks as the main annual engineering exhibition in the UK, attended by many hundreds of companies.

Yet notwithstanding this wide appeal, Northern Manufacturing has a particular regional flavour that makes it quite unique. It’s central location and easy accessibility from across the North, the Midlands, Scotland and Northern Ireland, allows it to precisely match the regional businesses it serves. In particular, the region’s comparative strengths in aerospace, automotive and public transportation manufacture. The show’s RoadRailAir feature highlights the importance of these activities, but with its extraordinary mix of machinery and production equipment, components, electronics and sub-contract services, Northern Manufacturing has more than enough to satisfy visitors from across the complete spectrum of industrial technology.

Technology trails guide delegates within the event, allowing them to make the most effective use of time at the event. Subcontract providers represented include 3D design, electronic assembly, sub-contract manufacturing, tool making and production equipment. The big-name machinery makers will run live demonstrations during the two-day event, providing visitors the opportunity to assess the hottest machining technologies side-by-side at a single show.

Business service providers are likewise extensively represented at Northern 2016. STEGTA, the training and apprenticeships facilitator will be available to review visitor's apprenticeship and training requirements. A wide variety of other specialisms are also present, with industrial cleaning, stock control solutions, waste management, consumables, health & safety equipment, design services, manufacturing software and 3D printing being just a few examples. Anything and everything needed to operate a manufacturing enterprise more cost-effectively and efficiently, can be found at a single event.

The free seminar programme is another very popular attraction. During a fast paced programme, presenters from both trade organisations and commercial enterprise will discuss a wide range of technical and operational topics in a series of hour-long sessions running over the two days of the show. As with the show itself, entry to the seminar sessions is free, making this an excellent chance to hear to world-class presenters discuss the most recent ideas in manufacturing, engineering and industrial management.

Entry to Northern Manufacturing & Electronics 2016 is completely free to business visitors, and Event City offers 3000 free on-site car parking spaces, with easy access by road, rail or air. To register online for tickets simply visit www.industrynorth.co.uk or call 01784 880 890. Visitors can follow all the latest news from the show at linkedin.industrynorth.co.uk, or on its blog page at https://blog.industrynorth.co.uk.

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