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FEATURE EXHIBITION PREVIEW


Subcontract manufacturing supply chain show returns to the NEC


Birmingham’s NEC will once again be welcoming visitors to Subcon this June. Co-located with The Engineer Expo and Advanced Manufacturing Show, the event will feature over 300 exhibitors, a new Launchpad for start-ups, and an interesting conference programme


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ith over 300 exhibitors from across the UK manufacturing and engineering supply chain taking part, Subcon has become the


must-attend event for subcontract manufacturing professionals across all industry sectors. Now in its 43rd year, the event will run from 4-6 June at Birmingham’s NEC. According to the organiser, Subcon 2019 will deliver the contacts, connections and content that engineering and manufacturing businesses in the UK need to succeed.


A LAUNCHPAD FOR START-UPS For 2019, Subcon has unveiled the ‘Launchpad’ to showcase cutting-edge innovations from across the industry. The aim is to help manufacturing and engineering-based start-ups by giving them a platform to share their innovations with thousands of professionals. Eight entrepreneurs will be given a free stand in the Launchpad area, as


well as being entered into the inaugural Subcon Launchpad Awards. Each exhibitor will be asked to present their innovation on stage to a panel of


ADVERTORIAL SUBCON PREVIEW


The conference programme featuring Ian Warhurst, the man behind the rescue of the Bloodhound land speed record (LSR) project


expert judges. The winner will receive a £10,000 package including a free stand on the main floor at Subcon 2020 as well as comprehensive PR and marketing support. To qualify, businesses must be under three years old with a product or service that relates to engineering and/or manufacturing. The successful applicants will receive a free stand, expert advice and marketing support, industry exposure, plus Awards entry.


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concept through to full scale production. Our team of skilled design and manufacturing engineers use the latest


From concept to full scale production S


The keys to your own 120,000 Sq Ft sheet metal engineering space


ince 1942 hundreds of customers have discovered the benefits of sharing their ideas and projects with Dudley Industries and watching them develop from


technology and facilities in sheet metal engineering to produce products using mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium. So, whatever stage your products are at, our team at your disposal. Beyond the


external auditing and accreditations to ISO9001:2015, our team work within a culture that delivers exemplary products within a safe environment to meet your specification, timescale and budget.


Come and talk to our team at Subcon (Stand H10) and let’s discover what we can create together.


Services:


• Quality as standard - ISO 9001:2015 • Dedicated in house design studio • On site tool room to create profiles to your exact needs • Flat-bed and 5 Axis laser cutting • Power presses up to 400 ton • Press Brakes to 2m width


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• Punch press up to 6mm • MIG & TIG Welding plus plasma welding robot for complex processes • ABB Robotic linishing cell for complex product designs • Dedicated team for assembly, branding and finishing


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