About The Engineering Supply Chain Show

The Engineering Supply Chain Show is where engineering and manufacturing buyers go to find world-class suppliers, exclusively in the UK engineering and manufacturing supply chain.

This show-within-a-show has grown out of increased demand for the successful UK Supply Chain Zone at MACH.  It is a focused event, dedicated to buyers looking to source precision sub-contracting products and services from UK-based suppliers, helping to reduce goods miles as part of the UK’s commitment to greener manufacturing.

About the organisers

Established in 1919, the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) has been at the core of the UK’s engineering-based manufacturing economy for over a century.

The expanding scope of the engineering and manufacturing technologies sector has seen the MTA evolve to ensure it remains a truly representative organisation. This is evidenced by the new MTA cluster, which encompasses the Engineering Industries Association (EIA), Additive Manufacturing UK (AMUK), the MACH Exhibition, the Engineering Supply Chain Show (ESC) and the Technology Design and Innovation (TDI) Challenge.

The Engineering Supply Chain Show is sponsored by the EIA (Engineering Industries Association) – part of the MTA cluster. As headline sponsors, EIA members receive a special discount to exhibit.

The EIA exists to promote trade and represent the interests and aspirations of the UK engineering manufacturing sector. Actively encouraging the pursuit of excellence, the EIA provide a network of information and assistance with effective lobbying and representation in the UK, Europe and global markets.