The Engineering Network (TEN), has announced the launch of a new event, Food Manufacturing Live, which will take place on 1st May 2024.

Hosted at the National Motorcycle Museum at the NEC in Birmingham, the event will focus solely on the engineering aspect of food manufacture, covering all aspects from design engineering to installation, commissioning, and maintenance and repair.

TEN’s Manging Director Luke Webster said: “Food Manufacturing Live is unique by being 100% focused on the engineering aspect of food manufacture. From a visitor’s viewpoint, every single participant is an expert in their chosen area of technology in engineering for the manufacture of food and drink. From an exhibitor’s viewpoint, our format tears up the rulebook by recognising the obvious: exhibitors want to invest less, have a level playing field to sell from and be able to take part with the minimum of time, resources and materials”.

All visitors arriving before 11am will receive a complimentary breakfast and drink, and early birds will also receive a free pass to the National Motorcycle Museum.

It’s always exciting when a new event is launched, and the events focus on engineering for food manufacturing is a unique approach to take. We look forward to learning more about Food Manufacturing Live as additional details are released.

For more information on the attend, and how you can register, please click here.