Future Engineering Ireland 2019

17th January 2019

Citywest, Dublin

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Visitor FAQs

Q. Who can attend Future Engineering Ireland?

A. Future Engineering Ireland is primarily targeted at those within the manufacturing sector, but it is open to the public and anyone is welcome to attend.  

Q. How can I pre-register for the show?

A. Pre-registration for Future Engineering Ireland will be made available during 2018.  Once registration is live, a link will appear on the home page of this website, which you will be able to click to access the registration form. Your registration will gain you access to Future Engineering Ireland, as well as all co-located shows. 

Q. When will I receive my visitor badge?

A. You will receive your visitor badge via post approximately 2 weeks before the show, together with the Show Guide to help you plan your time at the exhibition. Further information to help you plan your visit is available on the website.

Q. Where does my badge allow me access to?

A. Your badge allows you free entry to Future Engineering Ireland and all areas of National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition & Jobs Expo.

Q. What if I have forgotten my badge when I arrive at the show?

A. Forgetting you badge is not a problem, you will simply need to go to the registration desks located outside the halls and enter your details to print a replacement.

Q. Can I register on-site?

A. Yes, however if you have not pre-registered you will need to do so at the registration desks outside the Halls. Please note that during peak times, these desks can get quite busy, so we would highly recommend online registration wherever possible. 

Q. What time do the doors open?

A. The Halls open to visitors from 9.00am on the day of the show. Please refer to the ' Plan Your Visit' page for full details on how to get to Citywest, Dublin.

Q. How do I find my way around the show once I have arrived?

A. Floor plans will be available on the website which you can use to navigate around the exhibition. 

Q. Is there a cloakroom for bags and coats?

A. Yes, cloakrooms are situated adjacent to the hall entrances and are open daily until twenty minutes after the close of the exhibition.

Q. Can I bring children?

A. Yes, children between 11 and 16 should be accompanied by an adult and should register as a student on the Student Registration form on the website. If you want to bring a child under the age of 11 to MACH 2018, you will need to register them with the Organisers' Office in Hall 19 upon arrival. 

Q. Where can I eat?

A. Catering facilities will be available onsite. For more information please see Citywest's website.

Q. Where can I find information about accommodation and where to go in the evening?

A. Check out the 'Plan Your Visit' section for details of accommodation and Visit Dublin for details of where to go in the evening.

Q. I require an invitation letter to assist with my visa application. How do I apply?

A. Please refer to http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/WP07000014 for full information on how to obtain a visa to visit Ireland.

We can only issue an invitation letter once you have registered as a visitor for the show, and proof of registration will be required. Please see the 'Plan Your Visit' page to send your request.

Q. My question has not been answered. Who shall I contact for more information?

A. Please contact the relevant person from the list below.

General Enquiries:
Nicola Harrison, Commercial Projects Manager - nharrison@mta.org.uk

PR & Media Enquiries:
Tom Lane, PR & Communications Executive  - tlane@mta.org.uk


Alternatively, you can reach the whole team at fei@mta.org.uk or by phone on: + 44 (0) 20 7298 6400.

Q. What is Future Engineering Ireland?   

A. Future Engineering Ireland (F.E.I.) is a manufacturing exhibition co-located within the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition.

It is organised by the Manufacturing Technologies Association which is a trade association for UK manufacturing and engineering companies.

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