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SUPPLY CHAIN EVENTS

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GTMA

SUBCON

7-11 Apr

6-9 May

15-May

3-5 June

18-19 June

14-18 July

30-Sep to 2-Oct

MACH Exhibition NEC, GTMA Pavilion

Control Exhibition Stuttgart: Quality

Assurance Trade Fair

GTMA Manufacturing UK Mazak, Worcester

Subcon NEC, GTMA Stand

PDM Telford International Centre,

GTMA Stand

Farnborough Airshow GTMA Stand

TCT/Interplas NEC, GTMA Stand

9-Oct

16-Oct

11-12 Nov

19-20 Nov

Additive Layer Manufacturing for the

Medical Industry

Business Design Centre,London

GTMA Make Measurement Matter

DW Stadium, Wigan FC

Advanced Engineering NEC, GTMA Stand

LVMC 2014 Mercure Manchester

Piccadilly, Manchester

SUPPLY CHAIN EVENTS DIARY

RESEARCH BACKS THE UK

UK manufacturers are set to

place more work with UK subcontractors and have a high

degree of confidence in the

strength of the economy,

according to new research.

The survey, carried out by the

Subcon exhibition, showed that

47.3% of visitors to the 2013

show planned to increase the

amount of work they placed with

UK subcontractors in the next

12 months.

With Subcon 2014 taking place

at the NEC, Birmingham, from 3

to 5 June, the signs are that it is

ideally timed to take advantage

of this upsurge in business for

subcontractors.

This year's event is set to be the

biggest yet, with over 300 subcontractors exhibiting representing

every aspect of outsourced

manufacturing services, from

design and prototyping, machining, moulding, fabrication, composites

and electronics

assembly to finishing and testing.

One of the support organisations is GTMA and member suppliers

with stands booked as we

went to Press included Faro,

IMSM, Killala Precision

Components, Metrology Direct

and WDS Components.

New for this year is the Subcon

Electronics Zone - building on

the growing number of contract

electronics manufacturers - and

also highlighted is the Engineer

Conference, a high-level event

focussed on innovation and

design in manufacture.

www.subconshow.co.uk

GTMA is exhibiting at Control,

the world's leading trade fair

for quality assurance, in

Stuttgart on May 6-9.

It will be an opportunity to promote association suppliers to

an event which regularly brings

together users from around the

world with international market

leaders and innovative suppliers of all QA

related technologies, products, subsystems and

complete solutions in hard and

software.

With over 800 exhibitors from

30 countries, Control is the

number 1 source of information

for companies that see first

class quality as the basis of

their business success.

Specialist sectors being covered this year at the exhibition

include the following:

• Measuring technology

• Material testing

• Analysis apparatus

• Optoelectronics

• Quality Assurance Sytsems

The exhibition gives visitors an

opportunity to see the latest

production and test engineering

advances and a key issue is

the transfer of knowledge and

technology between research &

development and industry

users.

www.

control-messe.de/en/control/

SUPPORT FROM GTMA

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FOR MEDICAL

EXPERTS TO FOCUS ON INNOVATIONS

CONTROLNTROL

WORLD QUALITY FAIR

The 'Additive Manufacturing

for the Medical Industry' 2014

Conference and Exhibition

has been billed as the leading

event showcasing additive

manufacturing applications

within the medical sector.

The event at the Business

Design Centre, London, on

October 9, will focus on the latest innovations in additive manufacturing

techniques, and

attendees will hear from worldrenowned experts about the

most relevant aspects on its

use and potential for the medical sector supply chain.

It will combine academic

progress with business and

networking opportunities to

deliver a cutting edge event on

one of the most exciting and

talked about areas within the

medical sector today. For free

registration and more information please see the website:

www.almexhibition.com

MACH 2014,

MANUFACTURING UK

PDM

Also in this edition...

MACH 2014, pages 22-51;

PDM, pages 52-54;

and the GTMA Manufacturing

UK event, pages 15-16.

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