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Facilities Management 2014 Set To Be A Sell Out

Thanks to a packed hall of exhibitors, a free, content-rich seminar programme, plus clever co-location with two other highly relevant shows, there will be plenty for people to see when the fi rst ever easyFairs Facilities Management event opens its doors at the NEC, Birmingham on 11th-13th March.

Lots To See Exhibitors at Facilities Management – which is the only UK event outside of London for facilities, property and estate managers – include Lex Autolease, Fireco, Bell Plastics, Asset Skills, MobileWorxs, ServiceMaster, Trade Point, WD- 40, Innovise, Rubbermaid and MT Waste. The British Pest Control Association, which represents the public health pest control sector and has over 500 members, also has a dedicated area at the event.

Those looking for intelligent cleaning- based software solutions, must visit the Innovise stand, where their complete range of FM specifi c workforce management and compliance software solutions will be showcased.

Scot Young Research is exhibiting their new mopping system called Ultimate. This is part of the Scrubclean range and is ideal for cleaning and maintaining all types of fl ooring; the groundbreaking new fl at mopping system is used by restaurants, educational establishments and in healthcare environments across the UK.

Enterprise mobility solutions provider, MobileWorxs, will showcase a number of pre-built applications and solutions that allow organisations to bridge the gap between the offi ce and the fi eld. They will show how it is possible to eliminate paper- based processes and provide mobile workers with all they require to effi ciently carry out their tasks.

Lex Autolease has 265,000 vehicles currently under management. It will outline the pioneering way in which


it supplies businesses with fl eets of vehicles, the fi nance options open to organisations, plus its salary sacrifi ce and employee car ownership schemes.

WD-40 will exhibit a number of products including its High Performance White Lithium Grease, Fast Acting Degreaser, High Performance PTFE Lubricant and the Anti-Friction Dry PTFE Lubricant. WD-40 will also present Fast Drying Contact Cleaner which cleans oil, dirt, fl ux residue and condensation from sensitive electronics.

Lots To Learn Facilities Management will also feature a special programme of content rich seminars called The Exchange. The 20 free talks will be packed with advice, new innovations and case studies for delegates to learn from. For instance, FM professionals tasked with reducing costs will want to hear Nick Butlin, Operations Director at KiWi Power, outline how money can be made from a company’s electrical demand, while facilities managers looking for the best environmental option for disposing of fl ooring from refurbishment projects, will fi nd the talk by Jane Gardner from Axion Consulting invaluable.

Running alongside The Exchange will be FM Matters, featuring experts from some of the biggest names

in industry including Norland, Servicebrand Global and Interserve FM, debating critical facilities management topics. This will include a series of ‘Day In The Life’ of talks where senior executives – such as Debra Ward, Managing Director of Macro, Brendan Murray FM Business Manager, Compliance & Performance Management at Defra Network Estates and Nick Loveland, Director of Operations at Performances Birmingham (THSH) – talk about their role, sites, and daily FM headaches.

Lions’ Lair Attendees eager to see the latest innovations in action should check out Lions’ Lair, where the newest technologies, innovations and concepts will be pitched to an expert panel in a bid to be voted best of show.

Great Co-Locations Facilities Management 2014 also runs alongside two other highly relevant shows. The fi rst of these is Maintec, which is in its 39th year and is the UK’s only event focused on the needs of maintenance, plant and asset management professionals. The second is the new Health & Safety Event which, with a free conference programme devised by the British Safety Council, will be a major bonus for facilities managers who increasingly need to consider employee well-being.

Facilities Management 2014 is free to attend. To register please visit

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