The biennial Instrumentation Scotland and Offshore Systems exhibition will return to the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on 3rd and 4th September 2008. For this event, 14 new companies including The PROFIBUS Goup (Stand 405) will be exhibiting for the first time and visitors will be able to see all the latest technological innovations, new systems and products from the leading suppliers to this industry. Visitors will also benefit from a varied seminar programme covering many different topics presented by experts in their field.
The Regional versus National exhibition debate continues apace with both exhibitors and visitors having their own personal preference. Clearly there is a need for the big national shows that provide a central opportunity for industry to gather and exchange views and information. However, there is a ground swell of opinion in support of the smaller more targeted events, which provide exposure from national and international organisations, but at local level. With working time at a premium, it is becoming difficult to justify the time and cost, on most occasions, of a full day out of the office to attend a national exhibition. Whereas, a local event can serve the same purpose at much less cost and time to the visitor.
Located in the heart of the Offshore industry in Aberdeen, the exhibition brings together the many companies who supply products and services specific to the offshore industry in addition to others representing processing, power generation, paper, distilling, water and waste, and marine engineering in north east Scotland.
With the offshore sector employing many contract workers, time is certainly ?money? and Instrumentation Scotland and Offshore Systems offers both visitors and exhibitors an excellent way to network in an informal environment, within their own region. Face-to-face discussions and demonstrations allow both visitors and exhibitors the chance to understand each other?s requirements and act on them.
Gail Downham is the Instrumentation Scotland Show Manager and says ?We are always in discussion with our exhibitors and visitors from our regional events. It has been clear that there is an increasing need for regional instrumentation shows and we are delighted to be able to provide this opportunity to the offshore systems industry in Aberdeen?.
A visit to Instrumentation Scotland & Offshore Systems couldn?t be more simple and cost effective. The visitor experience will include;
? FREE parking
? FREE entry into the event
? FREE show guide
? FREE lunch (12noon ? 2pm)
? FREE seminar programme
Visitors can pre-register for the exhibition at www.instrumentation.co.uk and will receive a fast track entry badge prior to the event opening. Alternatively, visitors can register on the day.
For a full exhibitor list please visit www.instrumentation.co.uk where you will also be able to see a floorplan and get directions to the event.