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Maintenance specialists get a dedicated show

02 April, 2011

An new exhibition for the UK maintenance sector, called Plant & Asset Management 2012, will make its debut next year alongside the Drives & Controls Show and the other events – including MACH, Air-Tech and the Ifpex fluid power show – that together make up the biggest event for the UK industrial and manufacturing sector.

The new show – being organised by DFA Media, which also publishes Drives & Controls magazine and organises the Drives Show – will focus on the management and maintenance of physical assets. Running alongside the three-day show will be a programme of free practical seminars covering all aspects of maintenance.

“This is an exciting opportunity for the UK maintenance sector to promote and share its wide knowledge base and diverse range of systems,” says Ryan Fuller, exhibition sales director at DFA Media. “Combined with the co-location and specialist seminar programme, Plant & Asset Management 2012 will be a truly unique event not to be missed by anyone with a vested interest in maintenance.”

Around 40,000 visitors are expected to attend the co-located shows at the Birmingham NEC from 17–19 April, 2012.

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