Fastening & Assembly Solutions comes to the National Motorcycle Museum on October 31st with over 50 exhibitors - New People, New Venue - New Show!
This specialist but wide-ranging show is dedicated to providing fastening, adhesives and assembly solutions for manufacturing professionals. It is expected to provide the best opportunities for engineers of all disciplines to find suppliers and new products. According to Mark Newby, managing director of NewbyCom, the organiser of the event and the publisher of FAST Magazine, most of all it will facilitate answers to design and production engineering challenges that need the input of experts in the field. Intending visitors can pre-register at www.fastening-solutions.co.uk.
Mark Newby commented that “the exhibitor list reads like a ‘Who’s Who’ of the major specialists in the field, with top engineers in fastening and assembly technologies covering just about every area of the country’s manufacturing: automotive original equipment manufacturers and their first and second tier suppliers, aerospace, electronics, electrical, automation, food processing etc.”
Fastening & Assembly Solutions shows are known for treating their visitors like guests - being geared to serving their needs and doing their best to deliver not just a problem solving opportunity, but a pleasurable and businesslike environment in which to efficiently deal with fastening and assembly challenges.
Pre-registered visitors will receive a number of ‘additional benefits’ of attendance at the October event. Among these will be a free pass to the Museum, plus free refreshments and a top quality complimentary luncheon.
The National Motorcycle Museum is located on the NEC roundabout at Junction 6 of the M42 motorway. Parking at the Museum is free and right outside the entrance door. No charges, no bus queues!
The National Motorcycle Museum - www.nationalmotormuseum.co.uk - is located immediately adjacent to the NEC and displays the largest and finest collection of British motorcycles in the World. The collection encompasses the entire history of the British motorcycle industry from 1898 to the present day. Nicholas Hartland, the Museum’s development manager said that the aim is to make the venue even better than it is. “It is recognised as the best motorcycle museum in the World but we are forever adding important and famous machines to the collection. It is a place where ‘Legends Live On’, and it is a tribute to and a living record of a once-great British industry that dominated world markets for 60 years.”
For further information and to pre-register see fastening-solutions.co.uk.