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New zones announced for MACH 2020

16 December 2018

Following on from the huge success of MACH 2018, which has already had upwards of £200 million worth of business attributed to it, the next edition of the show is looking to build on that success.

James Fudge, head of Events at the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA), which organises the exhibition on behalf of industry said: “MACH remains the market leader in the UK for manufacturing technologies exhibitions because we continue to refine our show and create a fertile environment for our exhibitors to do business.”

He continued: “For the 2020 show, we have added new zones to the floor plans, so you will be able to continue to see a complete picture of the UK’s manufacturing sector. We have listened to our visitors and exhibitors to ensure we have the right balance of technologies. It is the unmissable event for manufacturing technology suppliers.”

The new zones include a new Automation Zone, as well as a brand new Training Zone. The Training Zone, alongside the already established Education & Development Zone, will enable visitors to get a flavour of what a career in advanced engineering is like.

The Training Zone will present a clear picture of how visitors can upskill their current work force. With this in mind, MACH 2020 is pleased to announce that the University of Wolverhampton’s School of Engineering, based at its £10 million Telford Innovation Campus, is the first institution signed‐up to attend.