01 March 2012
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Fastening and assembly sector to profit from regional exhibition

More and more UK manufacturing companies are discovering that better fastening and assembly practices bring higher profits, fewer warranty claims, more sales and better reputations.

And one of the best places to find out about these technologies is at the FAST & IASE Exhibitions, the UK's only dedicated events of their type.

The FAST Exhibition features a comprehensive portfolio of suppliers in the field of mechanical fastening and assembly for engineering and industrial use, while the IASE Exhibition hosts an equivalent assortment of experts from the industrial bonding and sealing arena. Thursday 26th April will be the first time the joint event has been held at the Pavilions of Harrogate, offering engineers based across the North access to the latest fastening and assembly technologies. During the day, inquisitive engineers, production professionals and company bosses can see and discuss all the latest new products to have emerged recently, and talk face to face with the country's leading experts about the latest advances, methods, processes and innovations to be made available.

The Pavilions of Harrogate is part of the Great Yorkshire Showground and as an out-of-town venue offers ease of access with plenty of free parking. Coupled with free exhibition entry and a free bacon bap and brew on arrival for pre-registered visitors, the organisers say that this is an opportunity not to be missed by manufacturing professionals across the North who need to remain ahead of the pack in this key area of manufacturing.

To be amongst the first to see, discuss and evaluate everything new in engineering and industrial fastening, adhesives and assembly, simply go to the exhibition websites and pre-register now! Entry to FAST & IASE exhibitions is free.

Paul Gay


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