01 December 2012
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Long-term planning for subcontracting companies

The life cycle of products varies considerably but some facts always hold true: the benefit of planning an engineering subcontract capability, finding the right partners, developing good relationships and seeing that capability deliver the goods, all take time.

The new Engineering Subcontractor Exhibition on April 18th 2013 addresses these issues and will be well worth the wait as a brand new opportunity for subcontractors and manufacturers to come and see the latest innovations, products, systems and equipment needed to stay competitive.

To be hosted at the famous RAF Museum Cosford in association with Engineering Subcontractor Magazine, this innovative new event will take place on April 18th 2013 and showcase all the many developments to have emerged recently in this fast moving market. It will also provide visitors with an opportunity to see the museum as part of their visit.

Subcontract engineering companies can meet some of the UK's top suppliers of machinery, equipment and services to our manufacturing industries at this new event. Included will be multi-axis machining equipment, lathes, turret and bed mills, bridge mills, turning centres, bar feeders, cutting tools and machines, CMMs, marking equipment, waterjet cutting and processes such as additive manufacture, electronics manufacturer, as well as plastics moulding and assembly.

With a free bacon roll and a brew for pre-registered visitors and free car parking for all as well as free Museum entry, the show provides a professional and informal discussion arena where engineering subcontractors can consult with exhibitors about the latest advances in the technologies offered.

Paul Gay

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