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DFA is chosen as media partner for National Manufacturing Summit

17 January, 2022

DFA Manufacturing Media, the publisher of Drives & Controls, Smart Futures, Plant and Works Engineering and Talking Industry, has been appointed an official media partner of the National Manufacturing Summit which takes place on 8 and 9 February at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry.

The conference will focus on achieving a more sustainable future in three industrial sectors that are key to net-zero:
• field to fork;
• factory to door; and
• fossil fuels to renewables.
DFA Manufacturing Media consultant editor Andy Pye will chair several sessions at the event.

“DFA Manufacturing Media is extremely proud to have been selected as an official media partner to the National Manufacturing Summit 2022,” says Ryan Fuller, managing director of DFA Manufacturing Media. “Achieving net-zero is a cause that we champion. As a publisher deeply embedded in the manufacturing industry, DFA is uniquely placed to support the event. Our publications help to educate the UK manufacturing community and we strongly recommend attending the National Manufacturing Summit 2022.”

“I’m delighted to welcome DFA Manufacturing Media as one of our official partners for the forthcoming National Manufacturing Summit,” adds Professor Chris White, the MTC’s director for industrial policy research. “We are looking forward to building on our relationship as we aim to present another showcase event for industry. DFA Manufacturing Media will play a big part in helping us share the vision for what that future could look like, and how, as a sector, it can be delivered.”

The MTC will host the National Manufacturing Summit

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