BULKEX 2017 Sees Tremendous Response

BULKEX 2017, an annual event organised about the handling of bulk materials, has seen a tremendous response year on year and has therefore invited even more speakers ahead of its event later this month. The exhibition, which will take place on the 18th and 19th of October at Eastwood Hall in Nottingham, is the perfect opportunity for interested professionals to find out about upcoming projects, new technologies emerging within the industry and business-critical changes affecting the sector.

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Who Is BULKEX Aimed At?

BULKEX is designed to offer information and knowledge to professionals across a range of industries, such as (but not limited to) bulk materials handling, cements, power, ports, steel and quarrying. However, the event is open to anyone with an interest in the topics being discussed.

What Can Delegates Benefit From?

BULKEX 2017, as in previous years, will benefit from a range of quality speakers focusing on technical as well as topical subjects relating to the industry. The theme of the exhibition is Bulk Handling Today And Tomorrow.

Speakers will include Brexit specialist Joe Owen, who will talk about how Brexit might affect UK trade; meanwhile, mining expert Darryn Quayle from UKTI will explore different avenues and opportunities for business with Chile. Other presentations will come from Matt Drew of Saxlund International, Steven Harrison from Port of Tyne and Ian Atkinson from CS Spencer.

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For further information on speakers, visit http://www.connectingindustry.com/MaterialsHandlingLogistics/bulkex-speaker-programme-published.aspx.

As well as these opportunities to hear about matters relating to their business, delegates can take advantage of the chance to network with other professionals and to enjoy a catered lunch. What’s more, the venue is easily accessible, taking place in a Georgian hotel close to Nottingham and the M1, and will welcome numerous exhibitors who are experts in their field, including specialists in Sack Tip equipment like Aptech (http://aptech.uk.com).

Why Attend BULKEX 2017?

With ticket prices costing just £60+VAT for one day, or £100+VAT for both, delegates are getting a lot for their money. The President of the Materials Handling Engineers Association, Michael Kaye, reinforces the value of the event by confirming the tremendous response and putting it down to convenience, extensive exhibitions, excellent networking opportunities as well as must-hear content.

If you don’t want to miss it, you can easily register your interest at BULKEX.co.uk.

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