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MHEA reveals BULKEX 2019 headline sponsor

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The Materials Handling Engineers Association, (MHEA) has announced its headline sponsor for this year’s BULKEX 2019 is Atex Explosion Hazards Limited, who are repeating their sponsorship commitment to BULKEX for another year. Atex provides experienced engineers, explosion venting, valves and suppression systems, with over 45 years’ experience in ATEX-compliant and protection solutions.

The BULKEX19 Conference and Exhibition, Bulk Handling Tomorrow’s World, is taking place 16-17 October at the Eastwood Hall Hotel, near Nottingham, and is a must-attend event for anyone involved with bulk materials handling.

President of the MHEA John Connolly stated: “Atex Explosion Hazards is a global leader in total process fire and explosion protection, providing integrated survey, design and engineering solutions for all its clients’ safety requirements and we welcome, again, their dedication and commitment to BULKEX as headline sponsor for our flagship annual conference and exhibition. With other category sponsors already signed up, there are still a number of sponsorship opportunities available. Our sponsors are an integral part of the success of BULKEX, and we are looking forward to the event immensely.”

Declan Barry, Atex Explosion Hazards Managing Director, stated “The unique forum that BULKEX provides for our industry, combined with the high calibre of speakers and the unrivalled networking opportunities, makes sponsoring BULKEX one of the easiest marketing decisions we make all year. We are proud to be the headline sponsor of BULKEX 2019 and are looking forward to the event with great anticipation.”

This year’s event sees an impressive range of well-regarded industry professionals from diverse organisations, including Lynemouth Power Station and Thames Tideway, speak on critical topics relevant to the industry.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/17092019/mhea-reveals-bulkex-2019-headline-sponsor/

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