IMAG0570LR MCP Consulting Group attended the MAINTEC 2017 Exhibition on 21st–23rd March 2017 at The NEC, Birmingham.

Maintec is the UK’s premier event in the maintenance engineering and asset management community’s calendar. This year it was under new ownership and the 2017 event promises to be an outstanding showcase for exciting developments, content and many new features. 

The exhibition brought together the best innovations and latest developments from the maintenance engineering and asset management sectors, with access to over 400 exhibitors and no fewer than 8 focused educational theatres, the exhibition combined the Maintenance, FM, Safety, and Security teams show it offered visitors a compelling, entertaining and invaluable visiting experience. 

Our consultants were in much demand and both John Saysell and Dave Porrill and a number panel of other experts attended the seminar theatres. These were carefully assembled to deliver thought-provoking debates on current topics such as: ‘Addressing the maintenance skills challenge’ and ‘Understanding asset management tools and techniques’ and provided the chance to top up visitor’s CPD requirements.

Our team of consultants and  specialists were on hand during the show to discuss MCP’s newly launched Technology & IOT Services including: 

Smart Stores Programme 

APEX Asset Performance Excellence 


Reliability Improvement Programme  

LEAN Manufacturing Performance  

Visitors were also able to find out more about our Training Programmes during the event, including: 

Continuous Improvement Training

Maintenance & Asset Management Training

Technical Skills Training

The entire MCP team felt the event was well worth attending, we made a number of really good contacts over the three days. In addition, the event gave MCP the best UK platform to launch our newly repositioned technological products, cost reduction consultancy and training portfolio.

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For more information about the event visit the Maintec website