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Appetite for Engineering will once again shine a spotlight on skills issues

03 June 2018

Appetite for Engineering 2018 is set to take place on 18th October at the Manufacturing Technology Centre in Coventry. 

Skills will once again form an important part of the discussion. Confirmed speakers in the skills session of this leading UK food and beverage industry engineering event, will include a Nestlé engineering apprentice who will talk about how and why she chose to pursue an engineering career in the food sector. Delegates will also hear from an engineer at Mars Wrigley, who is further along her food industry journey.

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