01 October 2012
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Popularity boost for FAST and IASE exhibitions

Exhibition organisers NewbyCom is delighted to report that exhibitor numbers for this year's FAST & IASE Exhibitions are currently 10% up on last year ahead of the doors opening on October 18th at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham.

Also indicative of the popularity of this event is a significant increase in the number of early visitor pre-registrations which are well up on the same time last year.

It's a good combination – more experts focused on visitor fastener needs and more people with interest in the whole fastening and assembly aspect of manufacturing industry. The organisers believe there will be just more of everything related to fastening and assembly at this informal road show style exhibition where engineers are positively encouraged to bring their problems with them.

Positioned just outside the NEC the National Motorcycle Museum will again play host to the FAST and IASE exhibitions with abundant free parking. And the organisers have also arranged for a free bacon roll and brew to be waiting for all pre-registered visitors on arrival, as well as a free museum pass otherwise priced at £8.95.

Entry to FAST and IASE exhibitions is free. One registration provides a badge valid for both events and pre-registration can be done at www.fastenerexhibition.com

Paul Gay

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