The MACH 2018 manufacturing technologies exhibition is set to take place at the Birmingham NEC on 9-13 April with a new a look and new location. MACH will be staged on the atrium side of the NEC, in Halls 17, 18, 19, 20, 6 and 7, reflecting the changing technologies that the show covers. The exhibition showcases live working machinery including: milling, turning, metrology, additive manufacturing, tooling and Industry 4.0 technologies. Among the overriding themes running through the show will be interconnected technology and the future of manufacturing. So far, 90% of exhibitor space has been allocated.
James Fudge, head of events at the MTA, says: “MACH is a great barometer for judging the health of the UK’s manufacturing sector, and with 90% of exhibition space sold eight months before the show opens, we can gauge that our exhibitors are buoyant. Exhibitions are a fantastic way to do business, and we feel we have created the perfect environment for that to happen at MACH 2018.”
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