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Festo MD comments on Appetite

20 March 2012

Gary Wyles, managing director of Festo GB, has issued a statement on the decision by Festo to be headline sponsor at Appetite for Engineering at the Hinckley Island Hotel in Leicestershire on 12 June 2012

''Festo has been proud to be involved with Appetite for Engineering over a number of years. We keenly support initiatives that encourage the further development of manufacturing industry in the UK,'' says Gary.

''The Appetite conference and annual awards recognise excellence in the food and beverage sector and encourage the deeper application of automation to ensure the sustainability and competitiveness of UK producers. We are therefore very happy to take over as title sponsor and are keen to maintain the excellent support provided previously by Bosch Rexroth.''


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