adi Group Set To Exhibit At Made In The Midlands Exhibition
For the fifth successive year, adi Group is delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting our extensive range of engineering services on at the Made in the Midlands Exhibition.
The event, which takes place on Thursday 21st June at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena, is set to welcome some of the biggest names from the automotive, aerospace, medical and oil & gas sectors to the Midlands.
As well as exhibiting at this prestigious event, Lee Price, adi Group Sales Director, will also be speaking as part of the events seminar sessions on the Industry Skills Gap. The discussion will cover the approach to engineering skills gaps and how we balance that will recent client demand and automation.
Other speakers set to present at the event include Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street, Chairman of Made In The Midlands Lord Whitby, Alan Norbury from Siemens and Arthur J. Gallagher.
Jason Pitt, CEO of MIM, said: “The Made in the Midlands exhibition is specifically designed for people in the manufacturing sector who value the importance of reviewing their supply chain, meeting new contacts and getting a feel for how well the Midlands manufacturing community is innovating, investing and promoting itself.
“Made in the Midlands is a unique community of like-minded companies with a shared interest in promoting Midlands industry. We organise frequent events for the manufacturing sector and this exhibition is the jewel in our crown. It showcases excellence in the manufacturing sector and over the nine years it has been held, has grown to be one of the biggest annual industrial shows in the Midlands.”
James Sopwith, Group Strategic Account Director said, “With such a strong concentration of companies in the Midlands we’’re looking to enhance and grow our engineering provision within our home area, so it’s good to be able to focus our attention on Midlands manufacturers.”
adi Group employees will be on Stand 148 on the day discussing 360 engineering compliance as well as the Group’s numerous engineering services.
For more information and to register for free tickets to this event, please visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/made-in-the-midlands-exhibition-2018-tickets-41137000877?aff=adiBACK TO ARTICLES