Scott Safety to Exhibit Once Again at Contamination Expo Series 2018
Scott Safety has announced that the company will be once again exhibiting its latest environmental solution at the industry-leading Contamination Expo Series 2018 on the 12th and 13th September.
Running at Birmingham's NEC over two action-packed days, Scott Safety will join the Contamination Expo Series’ world-class lineup of 200 innovative suppliers in showcasing their most recent offering at the show.
With thirteen manufacturing locations, Scott Safety manufactures products that protect thousands of individuals each day from toughest conditions and environmental hazards including smoke, toxic fumes, combustible gases, falling objects and flame contaminants.
Their products are designed to deliver 5 key components which are: optimum protection, simplicity of use, user comfort, low through life costs and simple maintenance. This attention to reliability and safety has made them one of the most trusted names in the sector.
As the largest exhibition and conference in Europe housing the latest products, services and strategies that further the protection of the environment and management of contaminated land, water, and air.
Due to the presence of innovative suppliers such as Scott Safety, over 2,500 environmental professionals will attend the show - where they will also be met with 120 CPD-accredited and expert-led seminars, interactive debates, live demonstrations, one-to-one advice, unparalleled networking opportunities, and much more.
Event director of the Contamination Expo Series, Daniel Rogers, said: “We’re proud to announce Scott Safety as an exhibitor at 2018’s show. Our visitors will be excited to see the latest offerings from the company, and their inclusion is a key step towards building another world-class roster of exhibitors.”
To discover more reasons why this event is unmissable and to book your free ticket, visit the Contamination Expo Series registration page.
If you're a supplier and are interested in exhibiting your products or services to the thousands of environmental professionals in attendance, contact Daniel Rogers on 0117 990 2005 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.