Attendance up at Advanced Engineering

Posted on 01 Dec 2017 and read 868 times
Attendance up at Advanced EngineeringThe Advanced Engineering Show, held at the NEC 1-2 November, attracted a record number of visitors.

Moreover, exhibitor bookings for the next edition in 2018 are already 35% higher than bookings this time last year for the 2017 show.

The event attracted some of the industry’s biggest names, including Airbus, Boeing, Jaguar Land Rover, Hexcel and Dassault Systèmes; these companies met visitors from across the supply chain.

Alison Willis, industrial divisional director at show organiser Easyfairs, said: “This year was outstanding. The visitors, the conference speakers, the companies who supplied the show floor features and the exhibitors all contributed to making Advanced Engineering 2017 a success.

“Our new zone — Connected Manufacturing — was hugely popular, with a particularly well-attended open forum, demonstrating the importance of Industry 4.0 to companies of all sizes; watch this space for an expanded Connected Manufacturing in 2018.

“We are now looking to even more areas of expansion for Advanced Engineering, with the addition of our new Nuclear Engineering zone, addressing nuclear energy build and operation, plus its supply chain.”

Details of the 2018 event, being held 31 October and 1 November, can be found at the Web site (

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