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New event sells out and expands within weeks

20/02/24 07:06

Originally planned to feature 70 participants, the event will now offer the UK food and drink engineering community almost 120 leading experts to meet with and talk to on May 1st this year. The National Motorcycle Museum venue is a favourite with engineers of all disciplines and is located just outside the NEC. Visitors benefit from free parking, free event entry, free museum entry and a complimentary breakfast roll and brew too.

FoodManufacturing.Live offers visitors a unique layout with all stands being 3m x 1m professionally constructed shell schemes. It means that visitors can see everyone, view everything, make their discoveries, have their discussions and get back to work in the minimum of time and with the minimum of effort. The template for the event has already been well proven, as a glimpse at this short video of TEN’s recent MachineBuilding.Live reveals.

TEN managing director Luke Webster observed: “This event is about delivering an opportunity for visitors that provides focus on the specific needs of all aspects of engineering in the food and drink industry, and providing visitors with access to maximum information in the minimum of time. Using this template at this venue means that our guests benefit from easy access to the site, abundant free parking once they get there, free event entry, a free museum pass and a free breakfast roll and brew on arrival.

“For exhibitors, the format offers equal opportunities for all, a premium quality audience of food and drink industry engineers of all disciplines, with drastically reduced costs and resources required to participate,” he concluded.

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