Lab Innovations Adds Major Names to Exhibitor Line-Up
News Sep 29, 2016
Honeywell, Beckman Coulter, Miele UK and Total Laboratory Services are just some of the big name first-time exhibitors signed up for Lab Innovations 2016, the UK’s only event dedicated to laboratory professionals, which takes place at Birmingham’s NEC on 2 & 3 November 2016. The event also has a record number of suppliers on board, many of whom will be launching new products to the UK market.
The appearance of Honeywell at this year’s show is a real result for its show organisers, Easyfairs. Honeywell is internationally renowned for investing in and manufacturing technologies that address many of the world’s most critical challenges around the subjects of energy, safety, security, productivity and global urbanisation. It also supports connected systems that benefit numerous sectors, including consumer homes, aerospace & defence, automation, industrial and oil & gas.
Katie Crocombe, Lab Innovations Event Director, adds: “We really do have some fantastic exhibitors on board for the 2016 show, both returning and first time. Having the likes of Honeywell and Miele UK on the showfloor just reaffirms our position as the leading event of its kind, and offers something special to our 2,000 plus visitors. It also deepens our links within the laboratory industry, showing that we attract the very highest calibre of suppliers and visitors alike, which in my opinion makes the show unmissable for any lab professional out there!”
Lab Innovations 2016 welcomes back an array of leading industry suppliers from across the UK, spanning the entire laboratory spectrum. These include Air Products, Koetterman, Eppendorf UK, Bibby Scientific Ltd, Analytix Ltd, Scientific Laboratory Supplies, Hitachi High Technologies Europe, Endecotts and Veolia Water Technologies, to name just a few.
In addition to a packed exhibition floor, the 2016 show boasts a busy conference programme, spearheaded by keynote speakers Professor Jim Al-Khalili and Greg Foot. The Royal Society of Chemistry, Campden BRI and The BMTA all return with dedicated seminar programmes, plus The Science Council, One Nucleus and Gambica are on board as show supporters.
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