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Cost reduction is a key to fastener show success

27 March 2008

Fastening stands out as one of the few areas in which UK manufacturing companies can make immediate cost savings, and the Fastening & Assembly Solutions Exhibition offers the biggest choice of these cost-saving opportunities to be found anywhere in one place at one time.

For example, by introducing self-pierce riveting, OEMs and sheet metal engineers can save significant time by avoiding the need to drill holes to begin with - and some of the exhibitors at the Show can provide self-pierce fasteners that can penetrate thicker metals than you might imagine!

Other exhibitors offer instant cost-saving ideas and solutions using plastic fasteners, adhesives, adhesive tapes and a huge number of other fastener and fastening types and methods: many of these can be introduced immediately without the need for additional production or design engineering changes either up or downstream in the manufacturing processes.

All can be seen at the Fastening & Assembly Solutions Exhibition which takes place at the fantastic RAF Museum Cosford on April 30th between 10am and 3pm. Engineers and manufacturing professionals who pre-register in advance can enjoy the advantage of a complimentary luncheon courtesy of the Organisers, as well as complimentary tea and coffee during their stay at the show.

Parking is free and right outside the exhibition, exhibition entry is free, and access to the outstanding RAF Museum (including the all-new and award-winning Cold War Hangar) is also free.


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