HARROGATE – The Materials Handling Engineers Association is proud to announce the dates for its annual BULKEX conference. BULKEX16 – to be held again at the prestigious Harrogate International Centre, will take place on the 5th and 6th October.
The two-day event is aimed at professionals, organisations and academics from across the bulk materials handling world.
Michael Kaye, the new President of the Materials Handling Engineers Association, believes the 2016 event will build on the success of BULKEX15 and will be the biggest and best event in the MHEA’s 78 year history.
He said: “BULKEX16 is a great opportunity for the bulk materials handling industry. We promise to bring together the highly-regarded professionals that influence our industry and offer visitors a fantastic opportunity to attend an exhibition that will include leading suppliers of the technical services and products our industry demands. Please make a note of the dates and join us at this premier, free-to-attend event.”
Michael added: “We are inviting companies to exhibit at BULKEX16, with over 50 places for exhibitors to showcase their products and services. Take advantage of this unique platform to showcase your latest products, services and expertise to key decision makers across the bulks materials handling industry.”
New for this year is Speaker’s Corner, bringing the programme of high profile speakers and presentations into the heart of the exhibition hall.
Those wishing to make extra impact can take advantage of a BULKEX16 sponsorship package.
From ‘Headline’ gold sponsorship and silver sponsorship to bronze sponsorship, hospitality and paid-for advertising, BULKEX16 will offer a range of sponsorship opportunities to suit all budgets.
Companies looking to exhibit at the event or to find out more about sponsorship, can contact BULKEX16 event’s team on 01787 226995 (ask for Teresa or Julie).
For the first time this year, the event will include a glittering gala awards dinner. There will be a number of awards – watch out for more information in due course.