Subcon, The Engineer Expo and Manufacturing Management Show to be postponed until January 26 -28, 2021.

MA Exhibitions Limited, which owns and runs Subcon, The Engineer Expo and The Manufacturing Management Show, have taken the decision to reschedule the event from September 28 -30 to January 26 -28, 2021.

The shows will now run in Halls 7 & 8 at the NEC Birmingham, running alongside MACH 2021 as well as Air Tech, Fluid Power & Systems, Drives & Controls, Plant & Asset Management and Smart Industry Expo.

As organisers, our absolute priority remains the health, safety and wellbeing of all of our exhibitors, visitors and staff. It is our view that the new January dates will enable us to deliver the best possible event experience for everyone involved.

All existing exhibitor bookings will be automatically transferred to the new dates and a member of the team will be in touch over the coming days to discuss any questions you might have. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the show’s partners for their understanding in this matter and we look forward to working with you to deliver an outstanding event in January 2021.


26 - 28 January 2021 | The NEC, Birmingham

The Manufacturing Management Show is back!

Created by the publishers of Manufacturing Management magazine, the Manufacturing Management Show brings everything you need to know about running a successful manufacturing site under one roof.

From maintenance to materials handling, CI and skills, IT to health & safety, The Manufacturing Management Show showcases a multitude of topics, curated specifically to deliver an audience of senior manufacturing leaders from across the UK.

Co-located with:

Three events, one venue, the complete manufacturing solution:

NEW for 2021, the Manufacturing Management Show is co-locating with with both Subcon and The Engineer Expo, providing access to an established additional audience of over 4,000 manufacturing professionals. All visitors will benefit from free access to all three events.

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