Show zones

Six co-located show zones under one roof

Advanced Engineering is the UK’s largest annual exhibition for OEMs and top tier suppliers, and tech innovators to meet and do business across all areas of the advanced engineering supply chain. This trade exhibition now in its 10th year is held in the NEC annually in November and brings over 600 engineering supply chain partners. As well as 15,000 engineers, procurement and management from OEMs and higher tier companies all looking to source, specify and invest in the latest products and take a look at the latest innovations in the industry.


What's on in each zone:

You would think that after working for over fifty years as a professional engineer I would be tired of going to exhibitions and shows and you could be right but in recent times I have found the Advanced Engineering Show the one I now make a point of going to. Whilst being a very small business I still find I can spend a day finding new processes etc that maintain my passion for providing answers to clients problems. I am at an age that appreciates finding somewhat younger people that have the ability to demonstrate that extra sparkle that makes me want to keep working rather than retire Working well together young and old can move mountains This Show makes that happen.

Melville Wilby, Cardinal Solutions Limited

"Excellent show for networking, very important for my company, we visit every year. Enjoyable and worthwhile visit."

Robert Slade, Automotive Consultant, Mackenzie Jones Engineering

“Show of this nature gives a great opportunity to catch up with latest technologies in the field of engineering from all aspects. It makes you realise where you as a business stands and how much catching up required to be competitive. It also offers chance to meet new and network with existing contacts, great way to spend a day.”

Nanoo Patel, Business Development Manager, Georg UK Ltd

“The main purpose of visiting the show was to offer some inspiration to our students and expose them to the world of engineering. We took a complete cross section from our courses and they all have come back after having a positive experience. Thanks for supporting in the development of the next generation of young engineers.”

Martin Dickson FE Programme Leader, Wiltshire College Motorsport Engineering