Plant & Asset Management Exhibition 2018 to showcase future of maintenance solutions

Published:  13 September, 2017

The biennial Plant & Asset Management Exhibition, co-located alongside; Drives & Controls, Smart Industry, Air-Tech and Fluid Power & Systems Exhibitions – is once again set to return to Birmingham’s NEC (Halls 8&9) from 10-12th April 2018, alongside MACH 2018.

Plant & Asset Management 2018, the UK’s premier event for plant, asset, maintenance and works management engineers and directors, will once again open its doors to showcase the very latest in condition monitoring, computerised maintenance management, outsourcing/contract maintenance, energy efficiency, boilers/burners/combustion, handling and storage plus much more.

Industry spends huge sums of money maintaining its plant, machinery and building assets and, because of constantly increasing business and financial pressures, there is an on-going need to achieve the maximum performance from those assets. The combination of the exhibition and concurrent seminars really is a one-stop shop for all industrial engineering professionals to source solutions to these problems, with many of the leading companies in the sector represented at the show (for a full exhibitor list please visit: www.maintenanceuk-expo.com).

The 2016 co-location of events were highly praised by exhibitors and trade bodies alike.

Ian Atkinson, DFA Media managing director, commented: “For 2018 we will build on the success of our 2016 show by further improving the look and layout of each exhibition within our co-location of events, as well as making it as easy as possible for visitors to navigate their way around each separate event.”

Complementing the Plant & Asset Management 2018 will be a full programme of FREE technical seminars, with speakers offering expert insight and practical advice on important and topical issues concerning today’s maintenance professionals. At a time when engineers are under increasing pressure, and time out of the office for attending exhibitions needs to be balanced against heavy workloads, one growing justification is attending a well-balanced and focused seminar programme where gaining further industry knowledge is at the core.

Ian Atkinson, DFA Media managing director, commented: “The anticipated variety and scope of the seminar programme for 2018 is extremely exciting, adding real value. The combination of leading manufacturing events, with a highly focused seminar programme, will give visitors a genuine opportunity to keep abreast of the latest industry developments.”

For further information please visit: www.maintenanceuk-expo.com

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