Delivered in partnership between the Eastern Branch of the Pipeline Industries Guild, the Water Innovation Network, and in association with UKSTT, we would like to present this great opportunity to see some of the latest and most advanced products and services from a full range of industry suppliers including: Radius Systems, J Kelly Associates, Dyno Rod, Tracto Technik UK, Advanced Welding and many more.
Being held at the prestigious Allia Future Business Centre from 12:30pm to 6:00pm the Showcase will include:
Registration is free and refreshments and lunch will be available on the day.
You will also have the opportunity to attend the technical paper presentation given by the UKSTT: A review of the latest in Trenchless technologies from 6pm.
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