2020 ‘On-Site’ Industrial Exhibitions
In 2020 we will have been organisers of exhibitions and events that promote technology transfer and innovation across the UK’s Science, Engineering and Technology communities for more than 25 years. A quarter of a century has passed since we launched our first event targeting the nuclear sector in 1993 and as a testament to our novel approach, our exhibitions and events have become a regular feature of many key industrial sites around the UK where their workforces have a genuine appetite to engage with solution providers.
Because of this, our events are widely recognised as an effective route for companies wishing to demonstrate their products, services and capabilities directly to members of UK industry giving them an opportunity to do so in an environment which is not normally possible any other way.
By continuing to work closely with major host organisations we strive to enhance supply chain development through the promotion of technology transfer and innovation, allowing those involved in the assessment, provision or purchasing of science, engineering and technology components an opportunity to visit the exhibitions during their working day.
With many of our exhibitions being based inside the secure areas of key industrial, scientific & manufacturing sites, these events give exhibiting companies an opportunity to make vital contacts and showcase their latest technological developments whilst also gaining first-hand knowledge from attending staff about the ongoing and future needs of the host site - all in a unique and highly informative setting.
UKAEA CULHAM CENTRE FOR FUSION ENERGY
The UK Atomic Energy Authority carries out nuclear fusion research in the UK on behalf of the Government and manages the JET (Joint European Torus) fusion project on behalf of the EU.
NATIONAL PHYSICAL LABORATORY
NPL delivers world-leading measurement solutions that are critical to commercial research and development, and support business success worldwide.
BAE SYSTEMS - MARITIME
BAE SYSTEMS is a global company engaged in the development, delivery and support of advanced defence, security and aerospace systems in the air, on land and at sea. BAE Systems Maritime (Submarines) based at Barrow-in-Furness in Cumbria is the only UK builder of nuclear submarines and has a shipbuilding history which spans more than 100 years.
SPRINGFIELDS SITE, PRESTON
Since its origins in the 1940’s, Springfields has provided nuclear fuel, chemical and mechanical fabrication for LWR, AGR and Magnox fuel, and conversion services for Uranium Hexafloride.
BIRCHWOOD NUCLEAR HUB
Located in the heart of the North West’s largest cluster of nuclear companies, our exhibition aims to offer suppliers a day of both networking and contact building opportunities between representatives from all levels of the nuclear supply chain.
Exhibition Website: www.nuclearexhibitions.com/BirchwoodEvent/
BAE SYSTEMS - MARITIME
BROAD OAK, PORTSMOUTH
The Broad Oak facility provides manufacturing and through-life support services for highly complex electronic integrated systems, sub-systems and modules for high integrity applications including Torpedoes and Radar. The site is also home to the satellite manufacturing arm of Airbus Defence & Space.
BAE SYSTEMS - MARITIME
HMNB PORTSMOUTH NAVAL BASE
Her Majesty's Naval Base, Portsmouth (HMNB Portsmouth) is the headquarters for two-thirds of the Royal Navy's surface fleet as well as a number of commercial shore activities including naval logistics, accommodation and messing; and personnel support functions. Working with BAE Systems Maritime Services the naval base also delivers a ship repair facility providing end-to-end maritime services whilst also supporting the Royal Navy’s Surface Fleet ranging from warship availability, equipment and facilities management, training, product development and through life support for radar, torpedoes and small boats.
ESSAR OIL UK
STANLOW OIL REFINERY, ELLESMERE PORT
Sited on a 770 hectare industrialised area of Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, the Stanlow Oil Refinery is one of the largest oil refineries in Europe processing up to 9 million tonnes of crude oil and feedstock every year..
The Heysham site is the only location in the UK where EDF Energy have two operating nuclear power stations sitting side by side. Both stations are Advanced Gas Cooled Reactors (AGR’s), a British designed and built reactor system first launched commercially in the 1970’s.