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Autumn FAST event is back in Birmingham - with extras

08 April 2010

Following the success of the recent FAST (Fastening & Assembly Solutions and Technology) exhibition at the RAF Museum Hendon, the organiser has announced that the next event will take place at the National Motorcycle Museum Birmingham on October 21 2010.

The October FAST exhibition will build on feedback from the Hendon event which showed that more space, more access to expert problem solving exhibitors and a great location are top of the list for manufacturing professionals who need fastening and assembly problems solved. The FAST exhibition is the UK’s only dedicated show of its kind and provides solutions for research, design, development, and production needs involving every type and method of fastening and assembly.

At the October show the Organiser is also introducing a new event that runs concurrently with FAST, and offers manufacturing professionals a greatly expanded problem-solving opportunity. IASE is the Industrial Adhesives, Sealants & Encapsulants Exhibition and showcases all the latest developments, products, materials and practices that allow UK manufacturers to get the most out of 21st Century adhesives technology.

Qualifying pre-registered visitors (i.e. manufacturing professionals) to both shows at the National Motorcycle Museum will not just benefit from a focused event that helps them fasten, bond, seal, encapsulate and assemble better – they will also have the advantage of a Complimentary Museum pass worth £6.95 and a Complimentary Luncheon Voucher worth £5 too if they pre-register in advance. Abundant parking is immediately outside the exhibitions and is free to all visitors.

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