Engineering innovation will be on display at the Trade Show Exhibition hosted by the Institute of Instrumentation, Control & Automation Australia (IICA) – Sydney Division in October.
To be held in Ingleburn and Dee Why in Sydney, the engineering trade exhibitions are designed for all stakeholders in the engineering field from the shop floor to the top door including designers, engineers, technicians and operators as well as purchasing and management, according to IICA NSW Chairman, Brett Simpson.
Over 50 exhibitors will converge on the Ingleburn RSL on Tuesday 19 October and Dee Why RSL on 20 October for an afternoon of networking and to show off cutting edge developments in the instrumentation control and automation industry.
The two shows are part of a series of Trade Show Exhibitions that the IICA holds every year across Australia to provide an opportunity for people to view the latest engineering products first-hand and talk to the manufacturers, suppliers and experts who know them best.
“These trade shows offer something to people involved at all levels of the engineering industry and provides a rare opportunity to view the hottest and best products on the market,” said Mr Simpson.
“The IICA has built a stellar reputation over two decades for attracting leaders in the engineering field.”
IICA Sydney Trade Shows, Ingleburn and Dee Why 2010
Tuesday 19 October, 2pm – 7pm
Ingleburn RSL, 70 Chester Rd, Ingleburn NSW
Wednesday 20 October, 2pm – 7pm
Dee Why RSL, 932 Pittwater Rd, Dee Why NSW
Registration is free.