The two-day Automation UK show will return to the CBS Arena in Coventry on 18-19 June. This event provides an unparalleled opportunity for businesses to exhibit their cutting-edge automation and robotics solutions. With the attraction of a vast number of visitors and buyers expected to fill the hall, it’s understandable that the response to the exhibitor space offering has been fantastic.
The main aim of the event is to highlight the significance of automation and robotics for the growth of the UK economy. The show seeks to inspire more businesses to invest in these technologies by demonstrating the benefits they can deliver to businesses.
Automation and robotics solutions have already demonstrated their effectiveness in numerous industries, delivering improvements in areas such as efficiency, productivity and safety. This is a key driver to why Automation UK draws a large number of visitors from sectors like manufacturing, retail/consumer, automotive, electrical, electronics, engineering, aerospace, maritime, food, drink, logistics, transport, oil, gas and nuclear.
A key benefit attracting exhibitors to participate in Automation UK is the chance of reaching out to hundreds of potential customers through abundant opportunities for face-to-face meetings. The appeal for buyers to visit the show is to discover a vast array of automation and robotics solutions being showcased. They’ll be keen to see and experience innovative live demonstrations and to learn how these technologies and equipment can deliver improvements for their business.
There are plenty of other compelling reasons why businesses won’t want to miss out on exhibiting their state-of-the-art products and services at the show. Automation UK provides a unique opportunity to connect, collaborate and network with over 1,0000 visitors and industry experts, all under one roof. A further benefit is the chance to discover latest industry trends and insights into the future of the automation and robotics industry.
One of the visitors to the 2023 Automation UK, Tea Chalidze, Manufacturing Excellence Manager at Marks & Spencer said: “I’m here to look at new equipment, and to see what’s on the market especially regarding robotics and automation which is our future, so attending this show and exploring and seeing new ideas is very useful.”
The presence of major brands as exhibitors in the 2023 show demonstrated that there is a demand for this type of exhibition in the UK. Some of the founding exhibitors include ABB, Fanuc UK, Piab, KUKA Robotics UK, RM Group UK, Schubert UK, Festo and RARUK Automation. In addition to the founding exhibitors the following companies have also secured their exhibition space at the event this year: AMP Automation, Apem Components, AP Technologies, Apex Dynamics (Midlands) Ltd, Beckhoff Automation, Bowe Systec, Gudel Lineartec (U.K.), Heidenhain (GB), Hepcomotion, Idem Safety Switches, Iko Nippon Thompson Europe, Lamonde Automation, Mikata Technology UK, Mitsubishi Electric, Mobile Industrial Robots, MRK Engineering Solutions, Olympus Technologies, Omron Electronics, Onrobots, Rollon UK, Safety Systems Technology UK Ltd, Schmalz UK, Schunk Intec Ltd, TM Robotics (Europe), Troax UK, Universal Robots, and Zimmer Group.
These exhibiting companies specialise in products and services such as robots, robotic systems, systems integration, automation control parts and systems, sensors and machine safety. If you would like to exhibit alongside these companies, book your space now: https://www.automation-uk.co.uk/why-exhibit/. BARA (British Automation & Robot Association), who are the show organisers, are urging potential exhibitors to book their space early to avoid disappointment as it is anticipated that the rest of the floor space will sell fast.
For more information, please visit: https://www.automation-uk.co.uk/
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