Manufacturing & Engineering 2018, is open at the Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle on 4-5 July and this year has joined the Great Exhibition of the North’s ‘Inspired By’ programme of events.
Education and knowledge sharing plays a pivotal role at Manufacturing & Engineering. Visitors can choose between a programme of keynote conference sessions and practical workshop seminars covering every element of the design and manufacturing process from CAD to customer. The full programme can be found at: www.mfgengineeringshow.co.uk/conference.
Nissan will open the conference on July 4th with Ian Green discussing how employers can champion careers in manufacturing for the benefit of the whole UK economy. Day-two opens with Stuart Reilly of Toyota Material Handling, looking at materials handling technology and innovation, where we are now and what the future holds.
Further highlights include the HypED team from the University of Edinburgh, who will demonstrate the design challenges behind Hyperloop technology developed for the SpaceX project. Rowan Crozier, Chairman of Manufacturing Assembly Network (MAN) discusses how collaboration has been the key to success for members of the MAN group. The Advanced Propulsion Centre’s Philippa Oldham will discuss maintaining the UK’s leading position as an automotive manufacturer alongside the challenge of zero emission vehicle development.
The workshop seminar programme is being kicked-off with the North-East Maintenance Forum’s quarterly discussion and networking session.This will be followed by sessions from Clarity Visual Management, 3D Systems and Toyota Material Handling.
This free, two-day event allows visitors to tailor their agenda to suit their own specific interests and learning requirements.It’s quick and easy to register.Just visit www.mfgengineeringshow.co.uk to book your free place and select the sessions you would like to participate in.