23 Mar CASTcon 2020 – POSTPONED – Future-proofing the cast metals industry
The UK cast metals industry will gather in April 2020 for a repeat of the very successful CASTcon Conference & Exhibition. Totally dedicated to the metal casting sector, CASTcon offers the opportunity to listen to presentations from practical foundry personnel, end users, supplier representatives and leading industrialists, as well as network with potential collaborators and customers.
7th and 8th April 2020. Venue: Cranfield University
Organised by the Cast Metals Federation (CMF) and Cranfield University, CASTcon will enable the sector to come together to discuss pertinent issues in the only biennial event of its kind in the UK.
Contact CMF to find out more and book your place.
CASTcon 2020 features:
- Presentations from leading industry suppliers of equipment and services to industry.
- Evening reception – with welcome address, discussion forum, informal social gathering and buffet supper.
- Keynote address.
- Table top exhibition.
- Free tour of world-class facilities at Cranfield University.
- Networking opportunities.
- Free places for Apprentices/
- On-site hotel accommodation (not included in delegate fee) and free parking.
Day One – Tuesday 7th April 2020
16.00 hrs: Exhibitors set-up.
18.00 hrs: Welcome by University Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Peter Gregson FREng, MRIA, DSc.
Key Note Address – industry speaker to be confirmed.
19.30 hrs: Networking and buffet supper.
Day Two – Wednesday 8th April 2020
9.00 hrs: Official Opening: Prof Helen Atkinson CBE FREng, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Aerospace, Transport and Manufacturing, Cranfield University.
A range of presentations from leading foundry suppliers & industrialists, plus tours of University facilities and labs.
17.30 hrs: Close and depart
Table Top Exhibition throughout the event, featuring leading suppliers of equipment and services to the UK Foundry Industry.
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CASTcon – Future-proofing the cast metals industry
7th & 8th April 2020, Cranfield University.