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A4E: LET THE SHOW BEGIN...

10 May 2012

The last stand has been sold for the Appetite for Engineering exhibition area which will be on display at the Hinckley Island Hotel in Leicestershire on 12 June.

The last stand was taken by Stemmer Imaging, which means they join Werma, Rittal, Eplan, SICK UK, Ishida, SCM Handling, Mitsubishi, Festo, PPMA, ABB, Rockwell Automation, Pilz, Xylem, Laidler Associates, Siemens, Marel, SMC Pneumatics, the University of Lincoln and Clearfleau.

The headline sponsor of Appetite for Engineering 2012 is Festo.

Appetite for Engineering is for food manufacturers who are responsible for investing in automation, engineering, production and skills involved in a food and beverage plant.

You'll have the opportunity to hear expert speakers cover the future of the industry and learn how to improve your process to reach sustainable objectives. Discover new ways to profit, stay ahead of the competition and gain valuable insights into how top brands have improved productivity and efficiency through innovation, automation and skills.

Appetite for Engineering will provide an unparalleled spotlight on food and beverage manufacturing within the UK and beyond.

Past delegates include the chief engineers of Northern Foods, Premier Foods, Kerry Foods and Bradgate Bakery; the technical innovations manager of Bakkavör; the control systems manager of Nestle; the engineering managers of British Sugar, Cadbury, Ginsters and Nestle; the project engineer of Vitacress Salads; the project manager of Greggs; the chief engineer of manufacturing at Morrisons; and the utilities improvement manager at Heinz, among others.





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