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Made in the Midlands announce media partnership with PES

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Made in the Midlands are pleased to announce our brand-new media partnership with Production Engineering Solutions (PES).

The partnership will see PES promote the 2018 Made in the Midlands Exhibition, 2018 Made in Yorkshire Exhibition and the 2017 Made in the Midlands Awards through its magazine and digital platforms.

Circulated to a carefully researched and selected readership of 15,000, PES magazine delivers the latest news, product developments, topical features, application stories and event previews from across the UK manufacturing industry every month.

With a readership that spans from the top floor to the shopfloor, PES covers all the latest technological developments relevant to production engineers and managers everywhere.

Made in the Midlands CEO, Jason Pitt said: “We are delighted to have entered this new partnership with PES. I’m certain that our members will have either read or featured in their magazine or online platforms. It is fantastic that PES will now be supporting us with coverage of our biggest events as we continue to grow.”

PES is a part of MIT Publishing which also publishes Aerospace Manufacturing – the leading business-to-business publication that focuses on the design, production and supply chain elements of the civil and defence aerospace sectors.

Additionally, MIT publishes Composites in Manufacturing (CiM), delivering the latest news, product developments, topical features, application stories and event previews from across the UK composites industry every quarter.

Dave Tudor, PES’ editorial director added: “Made in the Midlands is a well-run, ambitious association that represents Midlands manufacturing businesses at all levels of the supply chain, working hard for its members through regular networking events.

“Geographically, the Midlands is a hotbed of innovation, manufacturing heritage and engineering excellence and I’m sure that as an association, Made in the Midlands will continue to thrive and prosper. We’re delighted to be entering into a media partnership that will promote its events to a wider audience.”

PES is a great way for Made in the Midlands members to keep abreast of developments within all things machine tools, sheet metal equipment, CAD/CAM, tooling and workholding products, inspection and test equipment, cutting oils and coolants or subcontracting services.