Manufacturing showcase to take place at TUS

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Eugene Carew, UL and Leigh Turnbull, Reinshaw.

MANUFACTURING Solutions Ireland 2022 will take place at the Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) Moylish Campus, Limerick, on June 15 and 16, with an expanded two-day offering to meet the post Brexit and post-Covid demands of the Irish and UK precision engineering industry.
A new Manufacturing Technology Zone will showcase multi-million euro machines never before seen in Ireland and flown in especially for the event.
In its fourth year, and first post-Brexit, the popular event hosted by GTMA* and TUS has been extended to include the multi million euro Manufacturing Technology Zone and the inaugural Digitalisation of Manufacturing Conference, alongside the traditional manufacturing supply chain roadshow and the popular ‘Meet the Manufacturer’ event.
The Manufacturing Technology Zone has attracted Irish based distributors and international companies such as Mills CNC, Hurco, Wenzel, Werth, Fanuc, Lister Machine Tools, ETG Ireland, Premier Machine Tools and Starrag, who will be demonstrating their latest technology and machines.
GTMA Chief Executive Officer, Julia Moore explained: “Bringing all the leading technology suppliers together the GTMA and TUS are providing an ideal conduit for the transfer of technology from the specialist suppliers to the practical industrial landscape, where its take-up and practical application can be used to gain a competitive business advantage. The huge success of previous years has also led to the demand for an extended event this year, with an eagerness among those attending to encourage UK Irish trade relations.”
President of TUS Professor Vincent Cunnane said: “TUS is driving development and investment across the Midwest and Midlands, building on our commitment to ensure that manufacturing in the regions continues to adapt, change and remain at the cutting edge internationally. Our partners in GTMA bring all the leading technology suppliers together at Manufacturing Solutions, so that industry can benefit from collective knowledge, products and technology. We are delighted to host an event that not only allows us to build strong partnerships but facilitates an exchange of ideas.”
For further information or to register to attend this free two-day event see manufacturingsolutions.ie. Booking is advised.