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12 JULY 2017

UK’s largest aerospace engineering exhibition over 90% full with only 22 stands remaining

Advanced Engineering 2017 today (12 JULY 2017) announced that its Aerospace Engineering zone was over 90% full with only 22 stands remaining. with companies such as Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group and Airbus 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.

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12 JULY 2017

UK’s largest automotive engineering exhibition over 90% full with only eight stands remaining

Advanced Engineering 2017 today (12 JULY 2017) announced that its Automotive Engineering zone was over 90% full with only eight stands remaining, with companies such as Delphi and GKN Autostructures Ltd participating at the show. The Automotive Engineering zone has already attracted leading names from the industry including Jaguar Land Rover and Ford Motor Company who will be looking to meet and do business with other industry individuals.

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12 JULY 2017

UK’s largest connected manufacturing exhibition full

Advanced Engineering 2017 today (12 July 2017) announced that its brand new Connected Manufacturing zone is full. The Connected Manufacturing zone has already attracted leading names from the industry including Siemens, Dassault Systèmes and Manufacturing Technologies Association, who will be looking to meet and do business with other industry individuals.

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12 July 2017

UK’s largest composites exhibition over 90% full with only 10 stands remaining

Advanced Engineering 2017 today (12 July 2017) announced that its Composites zone was over 90% full with only 10 stands remaining, with companies such as Meggitt Polymers & Composites and Hexcel participating at the show. The Composites Engineering zone has already attracted leading names from the industry including Mercedes Amg F1 and 3M Advanced Materials UK, who will be looking to meet and do business with other industry individuals.

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12 July 2017

UK’s largest performance metals engineering zone 90% full with only three stands remaining

Advanced Engineering 2017 today (12 July 2017) announced that its zone was 90% full with only three stands remaining, with companies such as Leonardo Helicopters and Bentley Motors participating at the show. The Performance Metals Engineering zone has already attracted leading names from the industry including Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK and BAE Systems who will be looking to meet and do business with other industry individuals.

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June 2017

UK’s largest engineering show publishes league table of top 20 high value manufacturing hotspots & opens visitor registration

Advanced Engineering 2017 today (Tuesday 13 June) published its ranking of the UK’s high value manufacturing hotspots and at the same time opened registrations for this year’s show. At the top of the league table came Bristol with an “advanced engineering impact” score of 5179, pipping Birmingham to the post.

13th June 2017

UK’s largest engineering forum awards Bristol’s manufacturers 1st place as registrations open

The gauntlet has been thrown down to the cream of Bristol’s manufacturers to showcase their capabilities at Advanced Engineering 2017, the UK’s largest engineering exhibition, and at the same time registrations have just been opened for this year’s show. Last year Bristol was in top position for visitors and exhibitors with an “advanced engineering impact” score of 5179.

13th February 2017

Advanced Engineering responds to UK's pressing need to embrace Industry 4.0

Advanced Engineering 2017 has announced it's return to the NEC from 1-2 November 2017 with the addition of a new show zone - Connected Manufacturing - providing the annual UK engineering gathering with a dedicated new arena to exchange Industry 4.0 knowledge, ideas and technologies.

Sources: www.aero-mag.com