ORGANISERS at Newark Showground are once again looking forward to the Midlands Machinery Show this November as they prepare to host a series of new product launches and technical seminars from hundreds of exhibitors.
The two day show will take place on 23 and 24 November. Now in its third year the show is rapidly gaining a reputation for being an intimate event where visitors can see the latest technology launches in the agricultural industry.
Organised by the Newark and Nottinghamshire Agricultural Society, the show prides itself on being a platform for small to medium-sized agricultural businesses to showcase their diverse range of machinery and innovation to those who work and have an interest in agriculture.
George Taylor, show manager, said: “After launching the show two years ago, we are pleased to now be entering our third year and showcasing some of the newest and best machinery for modern farming methods.
“The event is increasingly attracting thousands of visitors from across the country. We’ve had a tremendous amount of positive feedback about the show and we pride ourselves on our ability to attract the big name brands in the agricultural industry while also maintaining that important sense of intimacy.”
As well as attracting around 300 exhibitors, the Midlands Machinery Show holds seminars on a number of topics ranging from renewable water and its use in farming, the impact of climate change on the industry and also free legal advice for businesses.
George added: “Due to last year’s popularity we will run another programme of technical seminars run by industry experts throughout the duration of the show. Visit our website to keep on top of all the opportunities at the show.”
Gavin Pell, the Managing Director of one of the shows regular exhibitors Chandlers Ltd said: “We were very pleased to see the excellent turn-out of the local farmers supporting the growing Midlands Machinery Show. The organisers created a good layout, at a sensible time of year, and it has been enthusiastically embraced by the farmers who want to be able to speak with the local dealers and manufacturers’ personnel - which is not possible at the larger national shows.
“We are really looking forward to exhibiting at the 3rd running of the show this autumn.”
Indoor and outdoor exhibition space is now available to book and organisers are encouraging exhibitors to secure their place early to avoid disappointment.
Visitor entry and parking is free. Exhibitor space will remain available until the close of booking for the catalogue on 31 October 2016.
For more exhibitor information and to book space please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the show’s website www.midlandsmachineryshow.com
To find out more about sponsorship opportunities visit www.midlandsmachineryshow.com/sponsorship-opportunities
For regular show updates please follow the show on Twitter @Midsmachinery16 or join the conversation at #MMS2016
For more information please contact Isabel Dunmore or Lizzie Hubbard at Cartwright Communications on 0115 853 2110.
About Midlands Machinery Show:
The Midlands Machinery Show is now in its third year and is a key event in the business calendar for agricultural businesses in the Midlands and further afield. It features the newest and best of machinery for modern farming methods, attracting both traders/manufacturers and buyers. The show is an up and coming event which is well-known for its intimate feel.
The Midlands Machinery Show takes place on Wednesday 23 November and Thursday 24 November and is open to visitors between 8am and 4pm on both days and is free to attend.
Field Farm Tours Ltd are the official travel partner for many UK & overseas shows and events. We are delighted that they are working with us as our Travel Partners for this show. They are able to negotiate specially discounted rates at several hotels in the area so if you are planning on coming along to our show and you need accommodation do take a look at their website fieldfarmtours.co.uk
Applications are welcome for this year’s Agricultural Engineering Traineeship and Apprenticeship Education Scheme.
Please contact our Immediate Past President, Geoffrey Bond OBE DL for further details.
Geoffrey can be reached at email@example.com or by telephoning 01636 816855
A PANEL of experts will be joining the Midlands Machinery Show this year to discuss how a soft or hard BREXIT may affect the industry.
The special breakfast debate is hosted and sponsored by property consultants, financial experts and lawyers from Streets Chartered Accountants, Langleys Solicitors, NatWest and Brown & Co are calling for visitors to the show on 23 and 24 November to register now and secure their place.
“We feel that the agricultural industry will be most affected by BREXIT,” said James Pinchbeck, marketing partner at Streets Chartered Accountants.
“As a result we felt that a breakfast seminar before the start of the Midlands Machinery Show would be a great opportunity to give farmers and those in the industry the chance to hear about what will affect them following the trigger of Article 50 and how they should prepare.