A show where we can hear your challenges

As a leading UK distributor of industrial supplies and health & safety products, our approach is one of collaboration with customers and suppliers in all sectors to privde exceptional value through reducing total acquisition costs, improving production efficiency and reducing working capital for our customers.

The new Manufacturing Management Show will give us the opportunity to showcase our partnership approach and how this adds value for customers, and will also allow us to hear first-hand about the challenges and priorities manufacturers face.

Supporting the event through headline sponsorship is a natural extension of ourphilosophy to add valueto customers and the wider manufacturing industry - we are excited about participating in the Manufacturing Management Show.

- Steve Ashmore, managing director, Brammer and Buck & Hickman

Finding solutions and saving money

In a competitive environment, businesses are having to deal with increasing demands on cost savings. Understanding how procurement efficiency can be achieved can involve a very different solution for each one of them.

As a global company with over one million customers, RS Components (RS) has invested time to understand the challenges they face. By working together with customers, using insight and data, we have helped them unlock and understand their hidden costs and to find solutions that will save money.

RS are pleased to be headline sponsor of the Manufacturing Management Show and are looking forward to meeting customers to explain more about our value process.

- Jarn Gill, head of corporate sales, RS Components

A unique event adding real value

With the breadth of management responsibility, the Manufacturing Management Show will provide managers with the opportunity to meet companies who can support them in materials handling, health and safety and maintenance.A wide range of innovative solutions at one time, in one place.

We believe it will provide a great opportunity for Toyota Material Handling to display our trucks, but also talk to managers about how we can support them.

- Tony Wallis, commercial director, Toyota Material Handling UK

The versatility promised at the MMS Show sounds good. To be able to discover topic areas like CI, materials handling and maintenance in one location is extremely attractive. And if you come back with just two new ideas or leads then it's a success.

- Allan Harley, VPS plant coach at the Vaillant Group

The beauty of the MMS show is you are going to get a concentrated hit on all aspects of running a manufacturing site. The MMS show is an incredibly efficient way of spending your time - in manufacturing terms it's very lean.

- Colin Boughton, European operations director, Fujifilm

When out at a conference or event, you can always learn. There is no such thing as a perfect factory. We can think we're doing something really well but you can go to a conference and hear from someone else and you're always going to learn something

- Trevor Newman, supply chain operations director, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Sidcup

We see the new Manufacturing Management Show as a great opportunity to meet those leading the way in the future of UK manufacturing and to show how working with experts at Arco can help them implement the most up to date safety strategies.

- Suzanne Harvey, manufacturing sector marketing manager, Arco

The Manufacturing Management Show attracts the kind of audience from market sectors in which we have a strong interest... forward-thinking companies who understand and appreciate that investment in new technologies makes them more competitive.

- Guy Amoroso, MD, 123 Insight

Being involved in events like the Manufacturing Management Show are vital. They allow us to continuously improve, develop and share our best practice across the sector as well as learn from other industry leaders

- Tom Russell, Senior development officer - Future Talent, Bentley Motors