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[post_content] => The Hazardous Materials Expo is one of seven complementary concurrent shows filled with exhibitors and speakers that make up the Contamination Expo. The show is expected to break records when it opens its doors on 11 and 12 September at the NEC in Birmingham, UK, providing one of the finest networking opportunities for industry specialists in the UK.
This year’s event will be twice the size of the wildly successful 2018 show. “The floor space has been increased by 40 per cent,” says Jordan McGann, marketing manager at Contamination Expo Series. “And because 2018 was such a successful year, that just increases the demand from the number of people wanting to visit.”
The event is designed to showcase the latest innovations that further the detection, management, testing and removal of hazardous materials and is a key event for more than 6,000 decision makers from industry-leading businesses and councils to meet more than 200 specialist exhibitors. Attending the Hazardous Materials Expo also provides the opportunity to explore the simultaneously happening sister events, providing a unique opportunity to meet leaders in different sectors.
A MODERN CLASSIC
The show first opened its doors in 2016 and it has been growing rapidly since. Meticulously assembled to assist both the public and private sectors in sourcing products, services and solutions, exhibitors have already been booking their spaces for the 2020 show. “We’ve already got businesses booked on for next year and expect more to book again during the duration of the show,” says McGann.
Many of the speakers at this years’ event were visitors to the event in previous years and wanted to get involved as they saw the great benefits brought by the Hazardous Materials Expo. A few of the keynote speakers have even taken an active role in consulting planners on the show and a panel of industry leaders has been gathered to judge on awards distributed at the event. The Contamination Expo Series has taken a central role in bringing complementary industry leaders together to advise and educate interested parties on unpredictable incidents, government policies and much more.
“As event director, I look forward to nearly all aspects of the show, but one thing this year more than any other is that of the innovative products on offer,” says Daniel Rogers, event director at Contamination Expo Series. “The show ‘Innovation Awards’ this year are something I am very excited to see and be part of. Seeing the judges’ (industry heads and leaders) reactions and watching the passion delivered from the exhibitors is always fantastic to witness.”
Looking beyond the 2019 calendar, Rogers explains: “The show has big plans, more features and already a list of new exhibitors looking to bring their products and services to the floor for 2020. I’m very much looking forward to being part of this continued growth of the show and sectors covered.”
Spaces are still available at the 2019 show for attendees and exhibitors. For those looking to demonstrate the benefits of their business solutions, please contact Daniel Rogers on +44 117 929 6097 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To order tickets and attend the event, please visit the website to register. A copy of the digital show guide will be emailed to those registered containing full details of the seminar timetable and show features.
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Contamination Expo: Material gathering
The Hazardous Materials Expo is expected to attract more than 6,000 industry experts to Birmingham in September, keen on networking and seeing new solutions