With over 95% of the exhibition space already booked, and a waiting list created specifically for additional exhibitors, this 11th edition confirms it is the unmissable event to discover all the latest innovations of the sector first-hand.

EXPO Ferroviaria 2023, the International Exhibition for Railway Technology, Products and Systems will be held from 3 to 5 October 2023 at Fiera Milano Rho in Italy. With 95% of the exhibition space already booked, the show gathers the interest from all the major players in the sector, as well as strategic adjacent infrastructure sectors, proving to be Italy’s most important event for the rail industry.

The enthusiasm of the rail market, already visible from the beginning of the post-pandemic era, shows renewed energy. As of today, the exhibition counts over 180 accredited exhibitors for this edition, of which 20% are international companies. Several of the big names of the industry will be present: Alstom Ferroviaria, Knorr-Bremse Rail System Italia, Progress Rail Signaling SpA, Stadler Rail Ag, Wabtec Corporation, Salcef Group, MERMEC SpA, Lucchini Rs SpA, ZF Italia, Vossloh Sistemi Srl, ABB SpA, JSW Steel Italy Piombino, Plasser & Theurer, Export Von Bahnbaumaschinen, Gesellschaft Mbh and Vossloh Rolling Stock Gmbh. 

“Time to plan the future, the slogan of this edition, testifies to the scope of the event: it will be the opportunity for professionals from Italy, Europe and all over the world to debate trends and technologies, and accelerate their business. Always attracting new players of the sector, 30% of the exhibitors, including Wegh Group SpA, ESIM Group SRL orthe Ministry of Czech Republic for Industry, Trade and Commerce will be attending for the first time to present their products and discuss solutions for the rail market. 


Considered the meeting point of the Italian railway industry, EXPO Ferroviaria not only represents a place of exchange, but it also provides a window on the future by showing the innovations that will shape the railways landscape of tomorrow. The exhibition area includes dedicated spaces showcasing specific technologies and allowing for new business opportunities.

The Aerospace Technology Hub, new feature of this edition, is an area dedicated to companies presenting aerospace technologies that can be applied to the rail sector. Organised in partnership with Italy’s National Aerospace Technology Cluster (CTNA), it will host the Aerospace Technology District of Campania Region, Ala SpA, and Intelligentia Srl, who will demonstrate the integration between the two sectors on a scientific, design, and technological level.

The On-Track Display highlights the prominence of this sector in the industry. Two sections of tracks will be laid in the exhibition area for suppliers of rail-mounted vehicles and railway equipment to showcase their products, giving visitors the opportunity to visualise them in an authentic setting. Exhibiting companies include Officine Mar, Hexagon, Gillet Group and Spektra Trimble Company.

The Tunnelling Area is a space dedicated to the construction and equipment of tunnels. Three new companies will be presenting their products, a must see for professionals visiting the event: BORFLEX Services, Belt TS, and Saladino Engineering Services.


EXPO Ferroviaria works hand in hand with the key stakeholders of all the rail supply sectors as well as the service providers of the Italian market to create a unique meeting point for the industry. Thanks to its partners, the event is an unparalleled platform to collaborate, create a stronger market, and drive the development of the industry.

Supporting the exhibition this year are: Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane (Italian State Railways), ASSIFER (Italian Railway Industry Association), ANIAF (Italian Association of Railway Contractors), ASSTRA (Italian Public Transport Association),CIFI (College of Italian Railway Engineers), UNIFE (European Rail Supply Industry Association), DR Ferroviaria Italia (Line Construction and Maintenance Co.)and CTNA (Italian National Aerospace Technological Cluster).

As usual, the event will feature an extensive programme of conferences, seminars, workshops and technicalpresentations, giving visitors an in-depth experience with thematic discussions and expert opinions on the technological trends of today and the future. The full program will be disclosed in the coming weeks.

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SIFER 2023: A glimpse into the future of the rail industry

Within its 20 years of existence, SIFER has become the unmissable event of the French railway sector, acting as a platform for exchange, learning and the creation of unparalleled business opportunities for its participants.

For this 13th edition, 376 exhibitors will be attending the exhibition, of which 92 new companies, coming from 18 countries. Among them, the big names of the industry such as Alstom, Wabtec Corporation, ABB France, Vossloh, Škoda Group, Colas Rail, Voith France, Voestalpine Railway Systems France, Harting France, Pandrol, or Matisa.

Thanks to its close collaboration with its official partners representing all the key actors of the rail industry, SIFER builds each year a rich programme of events, workshops, conferences and round tables addressing topics of key importance for current and future issues of the rail market. This year, Hauts-de-France Region, AIF, SNCF Réseau, FIF (Federation of Railway Industries), IRT Railenium, i-Trans, the European Union Agency for Railways, UNIFE, Railcoop, TELT, Europe’s Rail and ETF, with the support of the Ministry of transports, have brought their expertise forward to propose some forty events during the show.

Offering more than an exhibition space, SIFER will, as such, host a wide range of events over 3 days.










An On-Track Display for a full-scale exhibition
Four sections of track laid in the exhibition hall enable suppliers of rail-mounted vehicles and track-related equipment to display their products and visitors to see the products and its operations first hand. The following companies will display their products: Strail France, Gillet GROUP HRM, Edilon Sedra, NEOTech, Cembre Group, Amberg Technologies, Dispostel, Leyfa Measurement, Topcon Positioning Systems and Hytorc Damatec.

This year, numerous events will highlight projects that are proof to the spirit of innovation that animates the rail sector, including:
• A Round Table by Railenium about the Innovative light train (TLi) –
Wednesday 29 March 10:20 am
• A Round Table “Rail Open Lab – An open association to accelerate innovation in the rail sector” – Tuesday 28 March at 1:40 pm
Rail Innovation Awards: Three innovative companies will be rewarded
i-Trans, founding member of the ERCI network of European clusters, organises phase 1 of this railway innovation competition aiming at highlighting and rewarding the skills and know-how of innovative companies offering solutions to increase the competitiveness of the railway sector. Three companies will be rewarded for: « Best Large Company », « Best SME », « Special prize: Favourite Innovation». The award ceremony will be held on Tuesday 28 March at 5:00 pm.

FIF Village – A new space for The French Railway Industries Association
The FIF is featuring a stand in the form of a village, which includes a presentation space where conferences will be addressing subjects ranging from European rail recovery plans, to decarbonisation, innovation and attractiveness of the rail sector. Several FIF members will be present at the FIF Village: CMS Industrie, EGIS, EURAILTEST, Ferrocampus, Knorr-Bremse Systèmes Ferroviaires France, LOHR Industrie, Plastiform’s, Siemens Mobility and Saferail.

Also new in 2023, the Innovation Hub will host start-ups with innovative technologies
This year, SIFER takes a step further towards innovation by creating a dedicated area where start-ups will propose highly innovative and creative solutions that have the potential to boost the sector's competitiveness on a global scale.

Two sessions to present these start-ups are scheduled for Wednesday 29 March at 1:05 pm and Thursday 30 March at 12:40 pm.
DIGAS (Latvia) will present its advanced dual-fuel technology for large diesel engines to promote competitive and sustainable transportation.

METACOUSTIC (France) will demonstrate its expertise in acoustics and vibration.

ROBOWORK (Portugal) will talk about its turnkey robotic solutions.

BATIRAIL (France) is specialised in the wholesale of various industrial supplies and equipment.

VOGO GROUP (France) develops and markets turnkey audio and video solutions.

SAFERENT (France) is a private security company specialising in the rental of serviced equipment.

CORRSOLVE (USA) « Corrosion Solutions » will showcase its highly effective and non-hazardous corrosion control solutions for the railway industry.

INEXTRA TRAVAUX FERROVIAIRES (France) will show its skills in project management assistance and special works management in building and public works, and putting BTP’s professionals in touch with each other thanks to an Internet platform.

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At SIFER, regions continue to be mobilised

13th International Exhibition of Railway Technology

28 - 30 March 2023, Lille Grand Palais – France

During this edition of SIFER 2023, five regions will be promoting their know-how and strengthening their attractiveness through a regional pavilion, bringing together all the players of the sector within each territory on a joint stand: the Hauts-de-France region (hosting the AIF cluster), Bourgogne Franche-Comté (hosting the Mecateamcluster, whose influence now extends across the whole country), Seine-et-Marne, Centre-Val de Loire, and Occitanie (TOTEM cluster) will be represented.

SIFER has always placed the regions at the core of its programme. This is one of the fundamental principles of the show, which, since 2001, has been held in the heart of the main railway region of France and Europe, and is the 3rd most important in the world. This allows for the show to remain in close proximity to the stakeholders who drive the industry and make it competitive on a global scale.

A stronger presence of FIF with, among others, the organisation of the round table "French Regional Authorities: What major projects to come?” Tuesday 28 March 4.00pm

The session will be attended by the Vice-Presidents of Mobility for French Regions.

Railcoop will present a “Feedback on the development of rail freight in sparsely populated areas”, Thursday 30 March 10.30am

Created in 2019, Railcoop is the first rail cooperative in France. On 15 November 2021, it inaugurated its first freight service in Occitanie, between the territories of Lot and Aveyron and the logistics hub of Toulouse-St-Jory. One year later, what are the findings and prospects of this enterprise counting more than 13,000 members?


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Tuesday 28 March 10 am – 5 pm; Wednesday 29 March 10 am – 7 pm; Thursday 30 March 10 am – 4 pm




Senior FM stakeholders gather to discuss the industry’s future at the renowned Innovation Lab annual conference

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Over 400 likeminded individuals gather to discuss the future of the facilities management industry as they explore forthcoming trends, challenges, purposeful initiatives, andpioneering solutions at the industry’s renowned Innovation Lab on Thursday 23rd February 2023. 

Set in the iconic Manchester Central Convention Complex, the event promises to deliver a day of solution exploration, professional development, and networking to assist businessesin overcoming today’s challenges while providing a platform to take on tomorrow’s.

As FM professionals continue to face several shared challenges, the Innovation Lab will host various expert speakers to address the developing financial crisis, skills shortages, shifting workforce demographics and several other subjects. As market uncertainty grows, the author of When the Clouds Come and influential leadership authority with a unique multi sector viewpoint on creating innovative and sustainable change, Drew Povey joins first as keynote speaker to talk about managing change and turbulence. 

Up next, the Innovation Lab welcomes one of the UK’s leading experts on generational change, Dr. Paul Redmond to discuss the future of work, roles at risk of being replaced by technology and how companies can establish a highly engaged workforce, particularly amongst Millennials and Gen Z. Paul writes regularly for national newspapers and other publications and is a frequent guest on radio and TV programmes, appearing regularly on the BBC and independent current affairs shows.

Subsequently, described by FORBES magazine as ‘A Game Changer’ and trusted by some of the biggest brands including Emirates, Warner Brothers and McDonalds, Geoff Rammjoins to talk about delivering a “Celebrity Service” and helping brands create a gap in their service experience they never knew existed, therefore enhancing customer retention.

As the “great resignation” further unfolds in a post pandemic world, Russell Beck steps onto the Innovation lab stage to deliver delegates tangible actions that unlock the potential and productivity of their most expensive asset: their people. Equally important, providing a new perspective into looking after people today to ensure they are around for tomorrow.

Finally, Figen Murray, Lead Campaigner of Martyn’s Law,and Nick Aldworth, Former Chief Superintendent and Counter-Terrorism and Risk Director for Carlisle Support Services, will join to talk about Martyn’s Law, a newly proposed legislation that will place more responsibility on the owners of publicly accessible locations for the security and protection from terrorist incidents.

The event also hosts a panel discussion with Arriva Rail London’s HR Director Oliver Grant, Tesco’s Head of Security Operations Emma Swail, Northern Trains’ Head of Retail Operations Jason Wade, and Tottenham Hotspur’s Safety Officer Eileen Williams. These representatives step onto the stage to talk about their transformational success journeys in the face of change and uncertainty, delivering tangible advice to senior representatives and leaders from other organisations of various sizes that may face similar challenges.

The rail industry will have its own features with presentations and open discussions around its future as it more than doubles activities by 2050, optimising revenue protection as well as streamlining data and service provision. With delegates from over 13 of the UK train operating companies, key stage appearances include Greater Anglia, Arrival Rail London, ITAL and Carlisle’s Director of Rail Strategy with over 20 years of service provision experience and more than 2,300 employees working in the sector. 

Throughout the day, attendees will also be presented with various other subjects from changing the face of security, to technology in FM, associated returns for complementary people and tech strategies, procuring successful support services contracts, and the growing focus of Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG). 

Confirmed attendees include senior stakeholders from the UK’s largest organisations such as Jaguar Land Rover, Coventry University, this year’s Eurovision host M&S Bank Arena Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club,Liverpool Football Club, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Northern Trains, Avanti West Coast and many more. 

Besides learning from invaluable speakers and enjoying great food and drinks throughout the day, attendees will also be able to engage with over 50 innovators showcasing their latest solutions to deliver exceptional environments, no matter the circumstances. These include 2CL Communications, Marlowe Fire and Security, Arval UK, Reckitt Benckiser Group and many more. 

Chief Executive Officer of the event’s host, Carlisle Support Services, Paul Evans said:

Working with a prestigious and world-class portfolio of brands, the day will allow seniorstakeholders to discuss the specific challenges they are facing, meet potential new disruptors and engage in peer-to-peer enlightenment around solutions.

We look forward to providing attendees a new perspective on sustainable innovations and robust change management for successful implementation of technological breakthroughs within existing workforce.”

Following the annual conference, the event’s host, Carlisle Support Services invites exclusive guests at their Annual Superstar Awards to recognise and celebrate the achievements of people across the industry. This features the introduction of the Martyn Hett Award for Contribution to Counter-Terrorismas Carlisle welcomes the implementation ofMartyn’s Lawwithin the industry. The award will be presented by Figen Murray herself, the force behind Martyn’s Law andmother of Martyn Hett, one of22 people killed in the Manchester Arena bombing at the end of an Ariana Grande concert on 22 May 2017.

Event registrations for the Innovation Lab are still available on Eventbrite at

Registration now open for Maintenance Dortmund 2023

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You can now register for Maintenance Dortmund by clicking the link below.

Collaboration, transparency, control, efficiency; All attributed to the power of digital transformation. Yet…only 40% of capital projects employ digital solutions at all.

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On 12.12.22, Join 1000 + capital project professionals LIVE by signing up to ‘Developing a Pathway to Capital Project Digitization’, a webinar exploring routes to high tech, high efficiency capital project execution which minimize disruption and employee unrest.   Register for FREE now to join the digital debate!    In this 1-hour LIVE event featuring:  

  • Mohamed El-Mehalawi, Global improvement leader, Dow  
  • Theunis Myburg, Digital Portfolio Manager, LyondellBasell  
  • Jeff Ackerman, Former (CIO) - Capital Projects, Engineering, and Asset Support, Shell  
  • Pablo Destefanis, CIO, Associated General Contractors of America (AGC

Reuters Events will explore the industries digitization effort, as well as how to best tackle the journey lying ahead. Key themes include:   

  • Foundational Data: Maximize digital potential through building a data foundation to support an informative, easy to use digital ecosystem.  
  • Digital Mindsets: Ensure satisfaction across project teams with the digital pathway implemented through transparency, training, and support.   
  • Untangling the Solution Web: Step away from the demands of individuals projects to take in and digest the options out there which can be applied reliably across all future projects by targeting consistent pain points.   
  • Guidebook to Digital Proficiency: Understand the journey ahead from assessing current digital infrastructure to defining a vision for the future of capital project execution, optimizing the entire project lifecycle step by step.   

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maintenance Dortmund 2023

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Germany's leading trade fair for industrial maintenance

More than 200 suppliers represent all facets of modern maintenance: classic products and services for maintenance, inspection and repair and modern solutions for the digitalization of maintenance processes in industry are part of the trade fair offering. Technical cleaning and occupational safety and health in maintenance are completing the portfolio. A top-class supporting program with practice-relevant specialist presentations and intensive exchange of experience between research, renowned sector experts and users from industry will round off the successful trade fair days in the best possible way.

Dates: May 24-25, 2023

Address: Messe Dortmund, Halls 4 & 5, Rheinlanddamm 200, 44139 Dortmund, Germany


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Tel.: +49 (0)89 127 165 133

Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2023 is nearly upon us.

In early February, the worlds of mechanical engineering and electronics will converge at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre, where hundreds of exhibitors will explain to thousands of enthusiastic visitors how they can raise the efficiency and productivity of their manufacturing and other industrial activities. 

The international, multidisciplinary exhibition is a showcase not just for UK and Irish firms, but for companies from continental Europe and further afield. The enormous diversity of products and services means that it is an ideal venue for addressing multiple sourcing requirements efficiently.

Among the stands that will be of interest are those featuring materials for bonding, sealing and other applications.Chiltern Connections supplies silicones, adhesives, resins and thermal interface materials to the automotive, aerospace, LED, wearable technologies and electronics industries.Conro Electronics is an authoriseddistributor for leading brands such as Humiseal, Indium, Henkel Loctite and MetcalElantasEurope's portfolio includes melting resins for bonding and vibration protection, adhesives for bonding and sealing,and thermal interface materials for eMobility. 

Other names in this area aretechnical adhesive tape supplierElder EngineeringHitek Electronic Materials, which specialises inhigh performance epoxy encapsulants and adhesives, technical tape providerPPI Adhesive Products, andRobafoam, which specialises in equipment forrobotic application of 2D and 3D compression jointsand foam seals.

Ecotile will be at the show to explain the advantages of industrial flooringbased onits low-maintenance, interlocking tiles that solve damaged flooring problems. Recyclable and fire retardant, they can be fitted easily over any hard subfloor to enhance workplace safety, as is currently the case in manymanufacturing facilities, warehouses and environmentswhere forklift use is heavy

Health, safety and sustainability guidance is offered by machining coolants, oils, lubricants and greases supplier Oemeta UK, which is always seeking to place itself in the forefront of meeting regulatory requirements and is constantly developing new technologies in response to customer requests. In the area of training, Advanced Rework Technology is one of the longest-running IPC certification centres in Europe, offering all levels of IPC training that plays a key role in bringing safety as well as value to the electronics industry.

Environmental control is another hot topic and there will be many exhibitors contributing to the goal of ensuring clean working conditions. Brownell designs and manufactures equipment to protect against high humidity and atmospheric-related issues, whileDustcontrol supplies extraction and centralised vacuum systems.Dycem offers similar solutions and Filtermistproducts and services ensure the air in factories is free from oil, mist, dust, smoke, VOCs and other contaminants.

Well worth a visit will be the stand of Process Parameters, an established UK manufacturer of industrial temperature sensors including thermocouples and platinum resistance thermometers. The company is also a distributor for Optris, which develops and manufactures infrared sensors and thermal cameras for non-contact surface temperature measurementin a wide variety of applications within manufacturing involving plastics, metals and glass. 

Alongside the exhibition and demonstration areas, over the three days there will be an extensive technical seminar programme, which will be especially strong this time. It will give visitors and exhibitors alike valuable learning opportunities, with a particular focus on the technical, managerial and environmental issues facing manufacturers today. 

Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2023 opens from 7th to 9th February and will co-locate again with AutoAero, a specialist theme within the exhibition devoted to aerospace and automotive engineering. There is a regular, free bus service between Farnborough’s Main and North Camp railway stations and the show. Admission and parking are also free of charge. More information and tickets are available from

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WWEM 2022 to be LIVE in Telford

Following last year’s hugely successful virtual event, the WWEM organisers are delighted to announce that WWEM 2022 will take place live at the Telford International Centre on 12th and 13th October. Covering regulations, standards, process control, pollution prevention, test methods and monitoring, WWEM will focus on Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring in both process water and natural water resources.

“We are absolutely delighted to be able to return to live events again,” says organiser Marcus Pattison. “Last year’s virtual event enabled a broader group of people to access the presentations, but the pandemic prevented all of us from exploiting the advantages of face-to-face meetings. As a focused event, WWEM therefore offers everyone the opportunity to meet a lot of key people in a short space of time, whilst accessing an enormous amount of the latest information.”

The WWEM presentation programme is supported by a comprehensive range of seminars, and two major international exhibitions featuring most of the world’s leading suppliers of environmental monitoring equipment, analytical testing instrumentation and support services.

Registration for both WWEM and the co-located AQE Air Quality & Emissions show, is free and available from By registering prior to the event, visitors will be entitled to free parking, free refreshments and complementary access to both events.  

The overall objective for 2022 will be to focus on learning and development. “There will be over 100 hours of free content available,” explains Oliver Grievson, who helped to organise the programme. “We have involved several key professional organisations such as CIWEM, the IES and the IMC to ensure that the content is relevant and appropriate for professional development. WWEM 2022 therefore represents a great opportunity for everyone from the newest apprentices to the most experienced industry experts.” Oliver is the founder of WIPAC (Water Industry Process Automation & Control), the LinkedIn Group, which currently has over 11,000 members.

A Pollution Forum will focus on a recent investigation from the Environment Audit Committee (EAC) into river water quality and the new monitoring requirements outlined in Section 82 of the Environment Act 2021.

Effluent and river water quality will also be addressed by speakers from the Environment Agency, CIWEM, United Utilities and the Southern Water Storm Overflow Taskforce. In the afternoon, the Rivers Trust will host a major session focusing on citizen science; looking at the ways in which any interested individuals can help improve the spatial and temporal monitoring of the UK’s rivers.


A Flow Forum will run on the first day of WWEM, featuring speakers from the Environment Agency, Thames Water, Morrison Water Services and the Coal Authority, with presentations covering the latest requirements and practical insights for installers and operators of flow monitoring equipment.

Within a Digital Zone, BIM4Water will run a series of presentations and workshops designed to share knowledge and enhance skills in the digital transformation of the water sector through better information management. BIM4Water is a cross industry not-for-profit group which is open to all organisations involved in the management and delivery of water and wastewater assets and services. A series of SWAN (Smart Water Networks Forum) workshops will also bring together key players to collaborate and accelerate the use of data-driven solutions in water and wastewater networks. The second day of the Digital Zone will see presentations by technology experts from within the supply chain.

A Communications Zone will focus on digital transformation. Developments in communications technology are the enablers of the advantages that are now being realised, and speakers will describe the latest advances in a range of communications technologies. Vodafone will explain how narrowband IoT (NB-IoT), a wireless communications standard, is ideal for devices that handle relatively small amounts of data with a low bandwidth and a low power requirement. Ground Control will describe the application of satellite communications, Siemens will explain the role of EDGE in IoT, and advances in radio communications will be described by Radio Data Networks.

The hugely successful Instrumentation Apprentice Competition will again operate throughout WWEM. The competition is free to enter, with teams generally coming from utilities and service providers. All competitors are invited to the Gala Dinner (12th Oct) and receive free membership of the Institute of Measurement & Control.

WWEM has partnered with the Future Water Association to run a ‘Water Dragons’ heat on 12th October, during the conference/exhibition. Water Dragons provides a unique opportunity for companies to pitch product, service or process innovations to a panel of senior water company executives and industry specialists.

Summarising the plans for these two events, Marcus Pattison says: “It is tremendously exciting to be able to run a physical event again – everyone keeps telling me that they can’t wait to meet again! This year the volume of available content is incredible – I would urge everyone to plan their trip very carefully so that they can jump in and out of their sessions of most relevance, to maximise the benefit of their visit.

“Can I also ask everyone to REGISTER NOW at – it’s free and only takes a few seconds. Registered visitors will be entitled to free parking, free entry, free lunch and refreshments, but most importantly, they will be provided with free access to all of the presentations (both AQE and WWEM), both exhibitions and all of the seminars and workshops that will take place!

“Telford benefits from easy access and the International Centre has hotels on site, so that visitors can stay for both days. So, as you can probably tell, we are really excited about this year’s events and we can’t wait to see everyone in Telford!”

Celebrating the best in UK manufacturing and engineering excellence and innovation

Manufacturing and Engineering Week brings together a series of events showcasing end-to-end manufacturing and engineering solutions, to encourage conversation, business, knowledge sharing and action.

The UK remains a global force for engineering and manufacturing; driving innovation, leading on the industrial agenda, the green economy, industry 4.0 and being at the forefront of the response to the global pandemic, however in a post-Covid and post-Brexit world, Britain’s standing, and its future, will require engineering and manufacturing to grow and strengthen.  

Manufacturing and Engineering Week (M&E Week) covers the entire product lifecycle from design, engineering, manufacturing and maintenance and seeks to celebrate the sector sharing successes and future insight, raising critical discussion and is a destination for professionals to source products and services in order to keep them competitive.

The week will feature digital sessions on Tuesday (7 June 2022), followed by live events on Wednesday & Thursday (8-9 June 2022) with a round up and key takeaways to finish the week on Friday (10 June 2022)

Maintec 8-9 June 2022, NEC Birmingham

Maintec is the longest standing exhibition dedicated to the maintenance, reliability and asset management industry. Throughout its 40-year history, the event has continued to meet the needs of the maintenance engineer. Featuring a large expo floor, a keynote conference theatre, practical workshops and exclusive networking opportunities, it is the ideal platform for the community to meet, network and source the latest solutions from leading manufacturers and suppliers of maintenance technology.

What’s on

Thousands of new products from hundreds of leading brands allowing visitors to see the UK’s leading maintenance engineering suppliers in one place. See who’s exhibiting at

Types of products and services include: • Asset Management • Boilers, Burners & Combustion • Buildings & Facilities maintenance • Compressed Air Products • Condition Monitoring • Consultancy • Drives & Controls • Electrical Maintenance • Energy & environmental technologies • Health & Safety • IT Software • Lubrication equipment • Maintenance Outsourcing • Plant Equipment • Predictive Maintenance • Pumps & Valves • Sensors & Systems • Servicing • Thermography • Training


Supplier case study led presentations which will deliver practical solutions to immediate manufacturing problems such as how to avoid predictive maintenance project failure.

CPD Accredited Conference

High-level keynote presentations, panel discussions and debates with a particular focus on SME’s and OEM’s strategy.

Topics include: • digitalisation • optimisation strategies • regulation • training • predictive maintenance • analytics and digital twins • capital asset management • IT and OT • waste treatment and recovery and much more

Colocated Events

Maintec is collocated alongside 3 other leading events – Manufacturing Expo, Engineering Expo and Design Engineering Expo under the umbrella of Manufacturing And Engineering Week. Manufacturing and Engineering Week (M&E Week) covers the entire product lifecycle from design, engineering, manufacturing and maintenance and seeks to celebrate the sector sharing successes and future insight, raising critical discussion and is a destination for professionals to source products and services in order to keep them competitive.

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