MACH 2024 to highlight engineering-based manufacturing technologies

November 23, 2023

November 23, 2023

MACH 2024 will be focused on the use of the latest technology to seize growth opportunities (Courtesy MTA)
MACH 2024 will be focused on the use of the latest technology to seize growth opportunities (Courtesy MTA)

The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) has announced that MACH 2024 will to take place April 15-19, 2024, at the NEC Birmingham, UK. In addition to showcasing engineering-based manufacturing technologies, the event will introduce the MTA’s Knowledge Hubs initiative.

The Knowledge Hubs aim to educate manufacturers on when and how to adopt new technologies. The hubs, which will have dedicated stands within the various exhibition zones, will each focus on a particular type of technology including automation and robotics, data and Artificial Intelligence, energy efficiency, Additive Manufacturing, and tooling.

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The MTC at Ansty Park, Coventry, represents one of the largest public-sector investments in UK manufacturing, with facilities showcasing innovative manufacturing processes and technologies in a dynamic environment. The AMRC, located across various sites in Yorkshire, collaborates with companies of all sizes such as SMEs, start-ups, and large-scale manufacturers. Its goal is to enhance productivity and conserve time, money, and energy.

“The MTA is part of a united front of UK manufacturing organisations, along with the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) and MACH 2024 Headline Sponsor Lloyds Bank, to increase the uptake of technologies such as automation and robotics,” James Selka DL, CEO of the MTA, shared. “Only by embracing what the hubs are trying to achieve will the UK restore its position as a sovereign manufacturer, re-establishing itself as a major player on the global stage.”

Selka continued, “To have the High Value Manufacturing Catapult Centre running our Knowledge Hubs is an indication of the importance these organisations place on our initiative, and with MACH 2024 providing the showcase and the opportunity to see the latest technology live and in action, we couldn’t ask for anything better.”

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