Date Change for the Contamination Expo Series Due to Rapid Growth

 

The Contamination Expo Series 2017 at ExCeL London is now set to take place two weeks earlier on the 27th & 28th of September due to the rapid expansion of the exhibition. A raft of new and returning exhibiting companies from around the world has meant that demand for space at the event has outstripped what is currently available at the venue on the original dates in October, spelling good news for all contamination professionals attending the event.

"It's very exciting news for the exhibition as a whole, over the last few weeks there has been an unprecedented number of suppliers booking stands, not only from new clients from across the globe but returning exhibitors are also demanding much more space.

“The great news for attendees is that not only will there be the most comprehensive display of solutions, suppliers, and services that cover all of the series’ six exhibitions, but we also have the scope to add in even more seminar content and innovative exhibitors than ever before," said Daniel Rogers, Event Director of the Contamination Expo Series 2017.

Last year's event took place alongside it’s two sister shows: the Flood Expo and MCCE. The combination of these events has been cited as a key reason that so many environmental professionals from across the board attend the event with a keen interest in finding a range of innovative solutions, products and services with new approaches to traditional challenges.  As a result, exhibitors are returning with vigour, to meet the key decision makers and budget holders from across the industry. 

Daniel Rogers added: "The Contamination Expo Series 2017 provides an imperative service to the organisations that work to protect the environment from harmful contaminants today and going into the future.”

For more information about exhibiting at Contamination Expo Series, contact Daniel Rogers on 0117 990 2005 or email daniel.rogers@prysmgroup.co.uk. To register for a free ticket, visit the registration page.