Northern Manufacturing & Electronics, the free-to-attend industrial technology and electronics show, returns to EventCity, Manchester from September 30th to October 1st 2015. This year”s event is expected to be significantly larger than last year, and will present a new feature, RoadRailAir, highlighting the region”s major supply chain strengths to the automotive, public transport and aerospace manufacturing sectors
Northern Manufacturing & Electronics is the principal showcase for the electronics, electrical components and manufacturing industries in the North. Over 40% of visitors at earlier exhibitions named components as a key purpose of their visit, with the range of solutions on show allowing buyers, design engineers and specifiers to address numerous sourcing issues in a single visit. Waiting for them will be a broad cross-section of the UK Electronics industry, together with a wide selection of associated products and services from general industry, such as sheet metal, consumables and production equipment. This breadth gives the event an unparalleled appeal and guarantees visitors an absorbing and worthwhile visit. Altogether, well over 250 companies are expected to participate, ranging from major international manufacturers to regional specialists.
A few of the significant suppliers already confirmed include LCL Electronics, Lemo,
However, components are merely part of a much bigger show that encompasses anything and everything related with manufacturing industry. Robotics & automation, sensors, enclosures, test equipment, optical inspection, hand tools, storage and lots of others will all be on display. Technology trails guide delegates around the event, making it possible for them to make the most effective use of time at the show. Subcontract services presented include 3D design, electronic assembly, sub-contract manufacturing, tool making and production equipment. The show also features many big-name machinery manufacturers such as Amada, Bystronic and Haas Automation giving live demonstrations throughout the two-day event.
Business services are also widely available at Northern 2015. STEGTA, the training and apprenticeships facilitator will be on hand to discuss all visitor’s apprenticeship and training needs. Trade bodies, such as the North West Aerospace Alliance will be available to give information on subjects such as funding and project delivery support. Financial support companies covering issues such as asset finance and tax will be available along with numerous other experts in fields such as barcode solutions, waste management, electronic design and manufacturing software, patent & trademark advice and 3D printers. Companies delivering industrial cleaning, industrial consumables, machine services, stock control products and consumables are some of the many products on show from the works management and maintenance category.
The free seminar programme is an additional incentive to head to EventCity. During an energetic two-day programme, presenters from various notable organisations will speak on a wide variety of technical and operational topics in a series of hour-long sessions running over both days of the show. As with the show itself, entry to the seminar sessions is free, making this an outstanding opportunity to listen to world-class presenters illustrate the latest ideas in manufacturing, engineering and industrial management.
Admission to Northern Manufacturing & Electronics 2015 is free to business visitors, and EventCity provides 3000 free on-site car parking spaces, with easy accessibility by road or public transport. To register online for free tickets, simply visit www.industrynorth.co.uk or call 01784 880 890. Visitors can follow all the latest news from the show on Twitter by following @industry_co_uk #northmanf, or on its blog page at http://blog.industrynorth.co.uk