Manufacturing Management Show Returns to Support the UK’s Manufacturing Leaders

Sunday, December 22, 2019

The popular Manufacturing Management Show is returning in 2020 alongside the established Subcon show, providing a unique showcase for UK manufacturing. The Manufacturing Management Show, Subcon and The Engineer Expo return to Hall 2, the NEC on 9 – 11 June 2020.

The Manufacturing Management Show (MMS) provides a one stop shop for everything busy manufacturing leaders need to improve efficiencies at their plant. From maintenance to materials handling, CI and skills, IT to health & safety, MMS showcases topics, which traditionally have had their own bespoke trade shows, and brought them under one roof.

“In spite of Brexit pressures and other ongoing political turmoil, UK industry continues to punch well above its weight. The UK is the ninth largest manufacturing nation by output, employing 2.7 million people nationwide. However, challenges remain, and threaten to derail much of the good progress made by the industry in recent years,” commented Chris Beck, editor of Manufacturing Management magazine.  “That’s why now is the ideal time to relaunch the Manufacturing Management Show – it will offer best-practice advice to help manufacturing leaders boost productivity and profit at their sites, to help smooth out some of the uncertainties industry may face.”

MMS will be co-located with Subcon, which is firmly established as the must-attend event for subcontract manufacturing professionals from all market sectors. Both shows will run alongside The Engineer Expo which provides a unique platform for engineers to source the latest advanced engineering technology, products and services, enabling them to optimise production and process throughout the manufacturing cycle. Visitors will benefit from a three-strand event experience that will include inspirational conference speakers, world-leading exhibitors and practical workshops, providing manufacturing leaders with the confidence and knowledge to make positive site improvements.  

Exhibition stands are available to book now. Further information can be found here or contact Simon Bonell:

Visitor registration will be available from March 2020.