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This year, the UK’s largest annual Advanced Engineering trade show and conference will be taking place on the 4th and 5th November at Birmingham’s NEC.
With multiple show exhibit zones covering Aerospace, Automotive, Motorsport, Marine, Civil Engineering and much, much more, Advanced Engineering is a must-attend event for all those working in the industry.It will not only provide you with a forum for your business and the chance to meet new suppliers but also introduce you to new opportunities in industries using related technologies and services.
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SPI Lasers are exhibiting at the Advanced Engineering exhibition in November at the NEC.
Get down to business – The Advanced Engineering exhibition provides the perfect opportunity for you to meet over 750+ supply chain engineers. Do business face-to-face and meet valuable new contacts across all engineering sectors.
Get instant quotes and feedback – Looking for a new piece of technology or require a specific service? You’ll be able to get a quote, there and then. Suppliers will also benefit from being able to get instant feedback from their clients.
Increase your market knowledge – Advanced Engineering 2015 is the ideal place to get the inside scoop. From the latest market news to new technology launches, you will have the chance to increase your knowledge and get one step ahead of your competition.
It’s free – What’s even better about Advanced Engineering UK 2015 is that it’s completely free to attend! Simply register online to get your free entry badge.
If you need a final reason to attend, how about coming to meet our team? Yes, SPI Lasers UK will be exhibiting at Advanced Engineering UK 2015. Find us at stand I105 in Hall 5 of the NEC. We will be there on Wednesday between 9am and 5pm and on Thursday between 9am and 4pm.
We will be happy to talk you through our product suite of market leading Pulsed and CW Fiber Laser as well as a variety of other process tools. Whether you need help with cutting, marking, drilling, welding or additive manufacturing, our team will be there to answer your questions and provide suggestions on the right technology for the job.
Our Fiber Lasers are suitable for use in a wide range of industries including Automotive, Consumer Electronic, Medical, Solar, Printing, Micro-Manufacturing and many more. If you’re interested, head over to the Advanced Engineering UK website to confirm your attendance. We look forward to seeing you there!
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