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Scottish Engineering to Sponsor the Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition – the SEC Glasgow – 25th October 2023

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Scottish Engineering to Sponsor the Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition – the SEC Glasgow – 25th October 2023

Scottish Engineering to Sponsor the Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition – the SEC Glasgow – 25th October 2023
January 10
14:35 2023
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Scottish Engineering, the industry membership and representative body for manufacturing and engineering in Scotland, has been announced as the Headline Sponsor of the annual Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition, which is being held at the SEC Glasgow on 25th October 2023.

Incorporating a comprehensive conference programme and an extensive exhibition area displaying the latest technological solutions and business services available, the National Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition will highlight the key trends and challenges facing Scottish industry, while also offering practical solutions and showcasing the latest innovations, developments in best practice and new technological advances.

The event will serve as a national forum in order to successfully connect key stakeholders across the full manufacturing and engineering supply chain spectrum in Scotland including energy, renewables, transportation, aerospace/space, marine, defence, electronics, food and drink, biopharma, medtech, construction and textiles.

Scottish Engineering

As the industry membership body for engineering and manufacturing, Scottish Engineering connects its members to expert knowledge, advice and supply chain opportunities, supporting a thriving and sustainable sector to compete effectively on both national and world stages.

As the voice of engineering in Scotland, the organisation collaborates with political leaders and other industry bodies to give members influence over industry-related issues locally and nationally. Scottish Engineering also use their position of influence to raise the profile of the sector in the media, celebrating its successes, and highlighting its challenges.

Learning is the key to a prosperous future and Scottish Engineering promotes the STEM agenda in education, facilitates training to develop skills for all levels of staff and management and encourages a culture of best practice sharing amongst members.

Scotland’s Manufacturing Industry

From its 19th Century origins as a world leader and pioneer in fields such as shipbuilding, heavy engineering and textiles, the manufacturing and engineering industry in Scotland has demonstrated resilience in adapting to changing market and economics circumstances over the decades, and has successfully regenerated into the diverse and globally competitive sector we know today.

Government and industry in Scotland are committed to continuing to improve productivity and increase investment in the manufacturing and engineering sectors, as a means of helping to redress regional imbalances, and in order to grow the Scottish economy. Initiatives such as the development of the National Manufacturing Institute for Scotland (NMIS) and the Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre (MMIC) are helping to drive innovation, establish links with academia and encourage businesses to harness new technologies to enhance efficiency.

Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition

An impressive line-up of manufacturing leaders, academics and government agencies who will engage in a stimulating blend of key note addresses and debates is currently being assembled for the Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition in Glasgow. The Event will also feature an extensive exhibition showcasing the latest technological solutions and business services. Various topical themes will be covered including: Industry 4.0, 3D Printing, Digital Manufacturing, Smart Factory, Lean & Continuous Improvement, Robotics & Automation, Industrial Blockchain, Research & Development, Precision Engineering, QEHS, Supply Chain & Logistics, Sustainability, Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences, Reliability, Maintenance & Asset Management, Procurement, Government Policy and Industrial Strategy, Exports, and Skills & Training. There will also be a key focus on how supply chain businesses can get involved in the huge industrial opportunities emanating from the drive to Net Zero, including offshore wind and the decarbonisation of transportation.

Visitors interested in improving the performance of their business can listen to case studies and technical presentations from leading global and Scottish engineering and manufacturing experts, and meet with providers of cutting edge technology.

For further information visit

Event Organiser

Dublin-based Premier Publishing & Events organises some of the largest conferences and exhibitions tailored to the specific requirements of industrial sectors such as manufacturing and its associated supply chain, construction, food & drink manufacturing, technology and biopharmaceuticals in the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland.


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