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Subcon 2023: Suring Up The Supply Chain

Subcon 2023: Suring up the supply chain

Subcon 2023: Suring up the supply chain

Subcon is back with a bang for 2023, bringing together the full manufacturing ecosystem for companies to source, subcontract, benchmark and learn all under one roof. PES reports. Combining the UK’s biggest and longest-running subcontract manufacturing supply chain exhibition with more than 20 hours of free-to-attend conference sessions, Subcon is engineered to help futureproof your business. More than 200 solution providers representing the best of British manufacturing engineering capability, alongside a wealth of market-leading international suppliers, will be present to help businesses optimise their supply chain strategy and keep costs down. Thousands of new products and innovations will be on display across the full range of advanced engineering technology, systems and services – from additive manufacturing and metrology solutions to frictionless bearings, cables and controls, and everything in between. This is a show geared to help companies increase capacity, optimise productivity, improve flexibility and remain competitive. Conference sessions to educate, inform and inspire New for Subcon 2023 are two conference theatres. Collectively, they will convene dedicated conference streams for two days of high-quality, case study-led discussions about hot technology and business process trends. Two theatres will run in parallel, a dedicated Supply Chain Theatre in conjunction with Machinery Magazine and a second theatre co-led by The Engineer and Manufacturing Management magazine. A cherry-picked line-up of industry leaders are set to deliver insightful sessions covering automation; cybersecurity; energy Storage; Net Zero; recruitment & retention; supply chain resilience and much more. Conference highlights Five key sessions taking place at Subcon 2023 (all are subject to alternation): Theatre 1: Thursday 8 th June: 10:35am – 11:05am Are manufacturers ready for the challenges of moving to a Net Zero world? Keynote by Professor Paul Monks, chief scientific advisor to the Department for Energy, Security and Net Zero Theatre 1: Wednesday 7 th June: 11:10am – 11:50am UK recovery: What are the new markets and how accessible are they? Panel discussion led by Mike Wilson, chief automation officer at the MTC Theatre 1: Thursday 8 th June: 11:55am – 12:35pm Reimagining the skills shortage: From education to employment Panel discussion with expert insights from Innovate UK KTN, MTC and Sempai Theatre 2: Wednesday 7 th June: 2:10pm – 2:45pm Bringing home the supply chain Panel discussion on the logistics of reshoring led by Aristides Matopoulos, professor of supply chain design at Cranfield University Theatre 2: Wednesday 7 th June: 11:55am – 12:35pm Why should additive manufacturing be used in designing your supply chain? Panel discussion with expert insights courtesy of Digital Manufacturing Centre, Prototal and AM-UK and CECIMO trade associations EXHIBITION SPONSORS Bag Sponsor: Onmidex Omnidex is a British owned, single-source provider for a range of metal and plastic fabrication, casting, machining, finishing, assembly and other manufacturing services from concept to completion. Driven by a passion for quality for more than 20 years, Omnidex has provided world-class engineering outsourcing services at a competitive price. Its experience and expertise spans almost all sectors, including aerospace, automotive, consumer products, medical, oil and gas, and more. With customers in the UK, the US, South Africa, Australia and many more, Omnidex is a global business. Underpinned by its highly skilled engineers and supported by a vetted network of subcontractors and stringent quality control processes, the company invests regularly in the latest equipment and technologies to deliver cutting-edge, high-quality products and services to its customer base. Omnidex Stand C141 Registration Sponsor: Turkish Machinery: The voice of Europe’s sixth largest machinery sector Machinery Exporters’ Association (Turkish Machinery) represents and promotes the interests of its 18,000 members. It does so by coordinating and delivering sector-specific networking opportunities, business intelligence, and international events and trade missions. The Turkish machinery sector has recorded robust growth over the past decade and has increased by more than 400% since 2003. It is now Turkey’s second largest exporter, worth some $25.5bn in 2022 – equivalent to 10% of total exports. Centrally situated between Europe and Asia, Turkey is ideally located close to several of the highest-growth industrial machinery markets. Turkish machines operate in more than 200 countries around the world with a particularly strong presence in the US and Europe. Buyers are drawn to the strong emphasis Turkish machine manufacturers place on R&D activities, the rapid adoption of international manufacturing standards and new technologies, a highly educated and skilled engineering workforce, and high-quality aftersales support. Turkish machinery Stand D121 EXHIBITOR PROFILES With over 200 exhibitors and thousands of products and innovations on display, Subcon is a must-attend event for the engineering sector. Below is […]

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Daisie Hobson

Daisie Hobson is a Director at the Reshoring Institute and an engineer with many years of experience in manufacturing and project management.

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