Made In The Midlands Hat Trick For adiMember News
A Birmingham engineering solutions firm with a global customer base is gearing up to showcase its specialist service offering at the regions largest manufacturing exhibition for the third year running.
adi Group, which has its headquarters in Kings Norton, is joining the key businesses of the industry for the Made in the Midlands Exhibition (14 May 2015), which will be hosted at the GTG Training and Conference Centre in Wolverhampton.
Organisers say that this years show will be bigger and better than ever before, with 125 exhibitors and an expected 1,500 visitors.
The event aims to bring together the best of Midlands manufacturing and engineering services from a variety of sectors, including aerospace, automotive, rail, marine, medical and oil and gas.
With a turnover of £63million in 2014, the multi-disciplinary adi Group which spans 16 limited companies, designs and delivers specialist engineering solutions to some of the worlds largest companies, including many of the multinationals based in the West Midlands region.
Alan Lusty, chief executive at adi Group, said: We are proud supporters of Made in the Midlands, which carries out valuable work in helping to raise awareness of the regions manufacturing prestige.
Events like this are essential in bringing together experts from across the supply chain to discuss industry issues, rekindle old relationships and forge new ones.
Were looking forward to what will be our third time exhibiting at the show.
Charles Addison, Chief Operating Officer at Made in the Midlands, said: We are delighted that adi Group will be joining us again this year. Along with fellow Made in the Midlands members, adi will be benefiting from a bigger venue with even more exhibitors and guests from the best of Midlands Industry.
For more information on adi, visit www.adiltd.co.uk. The adi Group stand is #26 and follow #MIMExpo15 to find out more about the exhibition.