Subcon is the UK’s only dedicated exhibition to subcontract and contract manufacturing, offering the perfect opportunity to review manufacturing processes and costs, benchmark solutions and enhance business efficiency. And it’s all under one roof at the NEC in Birmingham.
It has been described as a ‘must visit manufacturing show’ and a fantastic opportunity to meet new suppliers’ and to ‘keep in touch with current suppliers’. Speak to any one of the many companies who head to the NEC to experience the annual event, and they will tell you precisely the importance of the show, as part of the engineering calendar.
Visitors to Subcon 2014 will find the tools to review and source the latest products, services and innovations. More than 300 exhibitors will be showcasing solutions and products in machining, metal forming, materials, design and prototyping, castings and forging, electronics, plastics, software, testing and more.
Subcon 2013 and Advanced Manufacturing broke all records with a significant 64 per cent increase in visitor numbers. The UK’s only exhibition of its kind, Subcon ran alongside the new Advanced Manufacturing Show and the Engineer Conference. Organisers were understandably delighted that over the duration of the show, more than 4100 visitors pitched up at Birmingham’s NEC.
New for 2014: Subcon Electronics Zone!
Meet electronic specialists – bringing the best in subcontract electronics together to provide the complete outsourced solution.
Bought to you by The Engineer, the free to attend conference will host even more sessions over the three days of this year’s Subcon Show.
Why not pick some sessions of interest to you from a compelling mix of industry keynotes, technology and subcontract focused seminars and fascinating ‘show and tell’ success stories from the world of manufacturing and engineering.
PRV Engineering are looking forward to being at Subcon again this year. Why not come and see us on stand H15?
Have you been to the Subcon Show before? If you’ve got any tips for getting the best out of the show for anyone planning to come along for the first time, why not share them in the comments box?