UK’s largest aerospace engineering exhibition over 90% full

CIMJuly17News - easyfairs
CIMJuly17News - easyfairs

Advanced Engineering 2017 has today, 12th July announced that its Aerospace Engineering zone was over 90% full with only 22 stands remaining. Companies such as Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group and Airbus will be participating at the show.

The Aerospace Engineering zone has already attracted leading names from the industry including Advanced Propulsion Centre and GE Aviation, who will be looking to meet and do business with other industry individuals.

The show has established itself as the UK’s only event that is 100% dedicated to aerospace R&D, design, test, inspection, production & assembly. New for this year are: a dedicated zone for industry 4.0, Connected Manufacturing; an expanded zone for start-ups sponsored by Magna International; and a brand new co-locating show, Lab Innovations, for laboratory manufacturers and suppliers.

Advanced Engineering 2017 also announce a competition to all exhibitors with prizes for those who bring the most visitors to the 2017 show through registering using their trackable link. The two exhibitors who bring the most visitors will win a free 6m2 stand in the 2018 show and a free full-page advert in the 2018 show guide.

The aerospace industry is continuing to thrive, especially globally with the increase of highly skilled workers and exports. Covering manufacturing, R&D, materials and new and advanced technologies to name just a few, Aero Engineering presents the ultimate opportunity for the industry to gather and work together on further improving processes, innovation and supply chain competitiveness.

Alison Willis, industrial divisional director at Easyfairs (pictured), said: “The aerospace industry is growing at a fantastic rate, and the Aero Engineering zone is the place to be to see the latest technological developments. These are revolutionising the industry!

“And the industry shows no sign of slowing down. This year, as in previous years, we will welcome thousands of visitors and exhibitors whose businesses are in aerospace. Come along and see for yourself the fantastic industry we have.”

Howard Maher, group sales manager, Wallwork Heat Treatment, added: “Ask anyone who’s anyone in the engineering industry, and they will say Advanced Engineering is a key destination for finding the newest and most exciting in engineering. That’s why we simply have to be here every year to show what we have to offer the industry.”

Organised by Easyfairs, the Aero Engineering Show, which is one of five zones of Advanced Engineering 2017, takes place on the 1-2 November at the NEC Birmingham. It is the UK's largest annual gathering of aerospace professionals. It connects the entire supply chain of the UK’s advanced engineering industry with R&D, design, test, production and procurement from large and small companies, through to top tier industry players in a two-day free to attend exhibition and high-level conference.

Now in its ninth year, the Aero Engineering Show has record breaking visitor numbers, bringing together over 700 firms, as well as thousands of engineers, procurement managers and senior decision makers from large and small companies - all looking to source, specify and invest in the most up-to-date products and explore the latest industry innovations.

Advanced Engineering 2017 includes four other co-located zones under one roof: Composites Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Performance Metals Engineering - and new for 2017, Connected Manufacturing which focuses on Industry 4.0.


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