Showcasing design, production and process engineering in the food and drink sector
Posted to News on 1st Dec 2023, 08:30

Showcasing design, production and process engineering in the food and drink sector

Showcasing design, production and process engineering in the food and drink sector

Taking place on 1 May 2024 at the National Motorcycle Museum, Food Manufacturing Live serves the design, production, process and maintenance engineering teams across the UK food and drink manufacturing sector.

The specialist event has already attracted a considerable number of early stand bookers. Amongst them are industry leaders who are experts in a variety of engineering disciplines including Murrelektronik, Rittal, Schaeffler, HMS Industrial Networks, WAGO, Ewellix, SATO, Pilz Automation, Lutze, Rockholt, NORD, Riggs Autopack, Taurus and OMRON to name a few; and there are many more.

One aspect that makes Food Manufacturing Live unique for both visitors and exhibitors is its format. With all stands the same size at 3m x 1m, visitors benefit from a compact event that makes it easy to get around, see everything, discover answers, ideas, solutions and suppliers in record time and then get back to work. For exhibitors it provides a level playing field that is low cost, low effort and which requires the minimum of logistics to participate in.

The format is already well proven TENs recent MachineBuilding.Live was voted an outstanding success by both visitors and exhibitors alike, as this video illustrates.

Every exhibitor at Food Manufacturing Live is a specialist in engineering applications within the food and drink manufacturing industry, and every stand at the event is staffed by engineers who are experts in their chosen fields of technology. Together, they provide an unrivalled knowledge pool and they will also be presenting a large number of brand new products specifically developed for food and drink industry applications, too.

The acclaimed National Motorcycle Museum is centrally located right outside the NEC, Birmingham. Visitors benefit from easy access by both road and rail, with abundant free parking right outside the event door, free entry to the exhibition, a free Motorcycle Museum Pass courtesy of the event organisers, and also a free breakfast roll and a brew on arrival before 11:00. There is also an extensive workshop programme with free-of-charge places available by pre-registration, providing food and drink engineering teams with first-hand access to the latest developments and innovations in a variety of disciplines, presented by acknowledged experts in their fields.

This specialist event opens at 08:30 and closes at 14:30. VIP Visitor badges are available to food and drink industry engineering professionals by pre-registration from 1 January 2024.

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