Plant & Asset Management Exhibition and co-located shows rescheduled to take place on 5th-7th April 2022 at NEC, Birmingham, Halls 9 & 10

Published:  30 September, 2020

As a consequence of the Government’s recent announcement to the delay of events taking place from October 2020, and the continued uncertainty and local lockdowns, DFA Media, organiser of Plant & Asset Management Exhibition and co-located shows, has announced the event has been rescheduled for 5th - 7th April 2022, which will take place alongside MACH Exhibition. The co-location of events include:

• Drives & Controls

• Fluid Power & Systems

• Air-Tech

• Plant & Asset Management

• Smart Industry Expo

Ian Atkinson, event director for DFA Media commented: “As a responsible events organiser, ensuring the health and wellbeing of all our exhibitors, contractors and visitors (many of whom face travel restrictions) has to be our top priority. Therefore, as a consequence of the continued global situation, the social distancing restrictions and the requirements of our exhibitors, we have taken the decision to postpone the events until April 2022.”

Atkinson added: “The rescheduled dates in April 2022 provides clarity and ensures we have time and space to deliver the same high-quality event we promised, providing a safe and secure environment conducive to business, networking and career development for the manufacturing sector that we serve.

“We thank all our exhibitors for their continued support during this unprecedented period and we look forward to working with all our partners to deliver a safe and successful event in April 2022.”

For more information please visit:

https://www.maintenanceuk-expo.com

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