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Subcon 2013 supports BTMA

Subcon 2013 supports BTMA

Added to MTDCNC by MTDCNC on 10 December 2012

The Subcon exhibition, which takes place at the NEC Birmingham from 4 to 6 June 2013, is extending its support for UK manufacturers by sponsoring the participation of the British Turned Parts Manufacturers Association (BTMA) and its members.

This support includes preferential rates on stands for member companies, a branded BTMA village within the exhibition, and a stand for the BTMA to promote its activities and the capabilities of the UK turned parts sector.

BTMA President Martin Lane said: “The British Turned Parts Manufacturers Association is pleased to announce that on the back of a very successful attendance at Subcon 2012 it will be taking a stand at Subcon 2013, along with a growing number of Association member companies.

“The presence at Subcon 2013 of so many of our member companies shows the increasing importance of the subcontracting business to British manufacturing and the British economy.  We encourage more BTMA member companies to join us at Subcon 2013 and will be pleased to meet any other British engineering companies interested in BTMA membership attending the Subcon show.”
BTMA members already signed up for Subcon include Tenable Screw, DKW Engineering, Sub CNC Precision, West End Precision, Wealdpark, Machined Component Systems and Stelstocks – with more due to announce their participation in the next few weeks.

The partnership with the BTMA follows similar agreements with Castings UK and the CBM (Confederation of British Metalforming) to support the UK foundry and metalforming sectors.
Subcon 2013, which takes place alongside the new Advanced Manufacturing Show and The Engineer Conference, is the UK’s only event dedicated to contract and subcontract manufacturing.
It covers the complete range of technologies from machining and turning to fabrication, plastic moulding, electronics, casting and forging, surface engineering and 3D printing.

Subcon attracts high-level buyers and sourcing teams from leading OEMs and higher tier companies looking to forge manufacturing partnerships and benchmark suppliers in a global market. With over three-quarters of its exhibitors coming from the UK, the show plays a critical role in making sure that these key buyers put British subcontractors on their shortlist.

Subcon exhibition manager Jon Clark said: “I am delighted that we have been able to support the BTMA and UK manufacturing in this way. We have seen for ourselves that there is a growing sense of optimism in the market and we want to help to sustain it. The strong bookings we have had in the last two months from UK companies demonstrate their confidence and commitment to growth. I think that Subcon 2013 is going to be a very successful event for UK subcontractors and their customers.”

To find out more please visit www.subconshow.co.uk .


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