Last Call and Few Remaining Visitor Tickets for EMCON 2022

06th Sep 2022

There are almost 100 Exhibitors and expected around 900 visitors. This is your last chance to book your visitor pass here

EMCON is the longest-running and largest engineering and manufacturing exhibition in the North East of England. Delivered by Engineering & Manufacturing Network (EMN), and previously known as Oktoberfest, it has been a popular, annual event on the business calendar for the last decade-and-a-half, operating as one of the UK’s biggest and best engineering and manufacturing shows.

What are the advantages for businesses attending EMCON?

EMCON will this year feature more than 100 exhibitors, 80 per cent of which operate across the engineering and manufacturing sectors. As a business, the unique event is the perfect opportunity to network with engineers, manufacturers and service providers – this year’s event is set to welcome more than 1000 visitors, from 450 companies – while showcasing expertise and next-generation products and ideas. And while it is a regional exhibition, EMCON attracts buyers from outside the North East.

Drawn by the region’s pioneering spirit, built upon centuries of innovation, firms are keen to tap into the area’s strong and skilled supply chain. You only need look at multi-billion-pound global company Stadler Rail, which has previously attended EMCON to fashion deeper links in the region, to see the event’s impact in magnifying the North East’s manufacturing and engineering prowess.

Attendees last year generated millions of pounds worth of enquiries, new contracts and industry partnerships. Indeed, Hexagon – a global leader in sensor, software and autonomous solutions – secured enquiries worth more than £500,000 within the first five minutes of the 2021 event, which had increased to more than £1 million by the event’s conclusion. It has returned for 2022 as a gold sponsor.

RTC North will be exhibiting this year along with silver sponsor of the event Supply Chain North East.

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