Specialist engineering publisher and exhibition organiser The Engineering Network (TEN) has just announced an all-new event for suppliers of engineering solutions to the food and drink manufacturing sector, Food Manufacturing Live.
Embracing its own unique and innovative format, Food Manufacturing Live provides exhibitors with a low-cost, low effort opportunity that also works superbly for visitors. All participants benefit from the same sized (3m x 1m) professionally erected shell scheme stand and no company may book more than a single booth.
It means that all participants operate on a level playing field and that the condensed physical size allows visitors see, discover and discuss far more in a fraction of the time taken at larger scale events where engineering plays a minor role.
Food Manufacturing Live is focused exclusively on all aspects of engineering from design engineering to installation, commissioning, maintenance and repair.
TEN managing director Luke Webster says: “Food Manufacturing Live is unique by being 100% focused on the engineering aspect of food manufacture. From a visitor’s viewpoint, every single participant is an expert in their chosen area of technology in engineering for the manufacture of food and drink.
“From an exhibitor’s viewpoint, our format tears up the rule-book by recognising the obvious: exhibitors want to invest less, have a level playing field to sell from and be able to take part with the minimum of time, resources and materials.”
The venue chosen for the event is the National Motorcycle Museum, prominently located right outside the NEC at Birmingham. It offers easy access, abundant free parking and an engineer-friendly environment. TEN provides all visitors arriving at Food Manufacturing Live before 1100 with a complimentary breakfast roll and brew as well as a free pass to visit the fantastic museum with, saving £15.