The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) are pleased to announce that visitor numbers for MACH 2016 were well up on the previous edition of the show.
Between 11th and 15th April, 25,627 people visited MACH 2016 at the NEC, this is an increase of almost 10% on MACH 2014.
“We are in buoyant mood after the show,” said James Selka CEO of the MTA, which organises the exhibition on behalf of the industry. “There was a real buzz around the Halls during MACH and all the effort our exhibitors put in to making the show the spectacular showcase it was have been worthwhile. It was fantastic to see so many people passing through the NEC, many visiting more than once, creating a real celebration of the UK’s advanced manufacturing technologies sectors.”
James Fudge, Head of Events, added, “10% growth on 2014 is real testament to all the hard work everyone involved in MACH put in and a great reflection of the UK advanced manufacturing and engineering industry. We’re so pleased that so many exhibitors have already reserved their stands for the 2018 edition of the exhibition and we’ll continue to innovate to ensure that MACH retains its position as the UK’s premier manufacturing showcase.”
For further information please visit www.mta.org.uk