01 April 2012
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Fascinating fasteners and bonding brilliance on show in the NORTH!

This week's FAST & IASE Exhibition NORTH takes place on Thursday 26th April and holds great promise for manufacturing professionals based across the northern manufacturing base of the UK.

Especially if cost-reduction, better design opportunities or speedier assembly features in their needs.

It is the first time that a specialised industrial and engineering fastening and bonding event has ever been held in the region and Organisers NewbyCom Ltd have seen a positive response to it already with many visitors pre-registered to attend.

Held at the Pavilions of Harrogate (part of the Great Yorkshire Showground), the FAST Exhibition showcases all the latest new developments, products, processes and application practices in mechanical fastening and joining, and the IASE Exhibition does likewise in the field of engineering adhesives and industrial bonding.

According to the Organisers there are a huge number of new products on show at the events: for example one exhibitor alone has recently added over 3,000 new products to its parts catalogue, and one adhesives provider already counts more than 400 bonding solutions in its extensive portfolio.

The venue, located outside Harrogate town centre, offers plenty of free parking and exhibition entry is also free to all currently-employed manufacturing professionals whether they are involved in design, production engineering or senior management. Additionally, qualifying pre-registered visitors will also benefit from a free bacon bap and brew on arrival, served inside the exhibition.

Pre-registration is open until 1900 on Wednesday 25th.

Author
Paul Gay

Related Websites

http://www.fastenerexhibition.com

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