Learn more about this year’s Advanced Engineering gathering, including when it is, what to expect, and why to join us there.
For those of us in the composites and engineering supply chain industries, Advanced Engineering is always a calendar highlight.
This year, the event takes place on the 2nd and 3rd of November at the NEC in Birmingham. 2021 saw visitors attending from Airbus, BAE Systems, 3M, JLR, Rolls-Royce, BMW, Ford, among others, and we’re excited to exhibit once again, meet with professionals from across the industry, and learn more about the latest innovations driving advanced manufacturing forward.
What does this year’s event promise? Why might you consider attending and what are we looking forward to most here at VFE? Read on to find out more.
What is Advanced Engineering?
Advanced Engineering is the UK’s leading showcase on the latest innovations in engineering.
Each year, the event brings together original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and engineering supply chain professionals from a range of sectors to learn more about the technology developments driving efficiency and profitability across UK manufacturing.
Given the various crises challenging production, this year’s event couldn’t be more relevant, promising innovative solutions to issues ranging from energy efficiency to rising costs. As always, it’s an opportunity to network with some of the driving forces behind industry change.
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Exhibiting VFE, of the Busch Vacuum Solutions group
VFE is once again exhibiting at this year’s Advanced Engineering, where we’re looking forward to meeting customers, suppliers and professionals from across the industry.
This year will be our second exhibiting as part of the Busch Vacuum Solutions group, and we’ve lots to share with attendees visiting our stand. Stop by to chat with our team about:
what our research and development team are currently innovating
how our customers are benefiting a year on from our acquisition by Busch UK
Coming together in times of crisis
From adapting our projects and tailoring our field services to prioritising innovations that solve our customers’ biggest challenges, we’ve taken several steps over the last two years to help our customers improve their businesses and keep their operations running.
Investments in new technologies now may seem like an additional cost but this will be outweighed by the long-term savings generated through increased energy efficiency, all the while driving greener, cleaner production in line with ever-present net-zero targets. The event promises to show how manufacturers can achieve this in an ever-competitive global market.
“Faced with disruption, innovation is key to adapting your operations and growing.” Adrian Goodbrand, Sales and Marketing Director, VFE
For many, it has been another challenging year. Here at VFE, we’re looking forward to once again coming together as an industry and sharing our experiences with the like-minded people on which the future of advanced manufacturing and engineering is built.
It would be great to see you there. Not registered yet? There’s still time. Follow the link to register for the event and join us at the VFE exhibit on 2-3 November.