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Southern New England Design-2-Part Show

Uncasville, CT • December 3 & 4, 2020

Mohegan Sun Exposition Center
Thursday 9:30 – 4:00 • Friday 9:30 – 3:00

Market at a Glance

  • Connecticut is home to 5,346 manufacturers. ~ MNI
  • The U.S. House approved a bill allowing Connecticut defense contractors to continue working on projects like building the Columbia-class submarine and the engines for the 79F-35s. ~ Hartford Business
  • Aerospace product and parts manufacturing and pharmaceutical and medical manufacturing were ranked the top two manufacturing sectors for job growth in 2019. ~ NAM

Up-swing in Manufacturing post Coronavirus

  • “As manufacturers emerge from the pandemic, the key once again centers on the spirit of innovation to help them thrive once more and to help the industry rebound. As one manufacturer recently stated in a Forbes article, “We’re looking at five years of innovation over the next 18 months.”” ~ Hartford Business
  • The latest Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization report from the Federal Reserve shows manufacturing production and output continued to recover in June. Industrial production rose 5.4% last month, following a slight gain in May of 1.4%. ~ Industry Week
  • “Nearly 50% of North American tooling shops are quoting on programs historically produced in China and 34% of production shops are increasing North American sourcing.” ~ Mold Making Technology
  • “In June 2020, gains were mostly led by transportation equipment industry, followed by miscellaneous durable goods manufacturing; which shot up 25.5%. Plastics and rubber products also posted gains, adding 21,000 jobs, while machinery was closely behind at 17,000 new jobs. Furniture/textiles fared well adding 12,000 positions and fabricated metal products increased by 11,000 jobs” ~ Industry Select
  • According to the ISM, U.S. manufacturing activity shot up 9.5% in June to an expansionary level of 52.6% — the sharpest increase recorded since 1980. The ISM’s Production Index skyrocketed 24.1% in June – an increase not seen since August 1952. The index now sits in expansion, measuring 57.3%. ~ IndustryNet
  • The Reshoring Initiative lists more than 1,800 companies that have reshored parts of their operations as of Jan. 1, 2019, including 3M, Apple, Dillard’s, GM, KitchenAid, Oracle, Pfizer and Stanley Black & Decker. Going forward in light of COVID-19 risks, 64% of 879 North American manufacturing and industrial professionals said they were “likely to bring manufacturing production and sourcing back to North America,” in a Thomas survey.” ~ Supply Chain Dive

What to Expect

Our safety guidelines to ensure the safety of our exhibitors, attendees, and staff.

  • Cleaning and Sanitizing- Frequent disinfecting and surface cleaning in high traffic areas (such as check-in areas, service centers, labor desks and bathrooms). As well as additional sanitizer stations added throughout the show floor.
  • Social Distancing- Exhibitor Booths will be separated by an additional 2’ to create more social distance.
  • One-way traffic flow will be implemented throughout the floor plan with marked entrances and exits.
  • Paperless communication by utilizing our electronic lead retrieval system will be recommended to reduce sharing of printed materials.

Free on-site parking with easy break down, no union fees or extra drayage costs.

The only tradeshows in New England to exclusively feature exhibitors who specialize in design & contract manufacturing services.

 

Promotional Radius to Include: Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, and New York.

Exclusive Promotion…
The only tradeshow in the region to exclusively feature exhibitors who specialize in design and contract manufacturing services

Easy Access to the Show…
Three convenient area airports in Providence, RI (52 miles), Hartford, CT (57), and Boston, MA (108)

Partial List of
Regional Attendees

ACCU-TIME SYSTEMS
AMTROL INC
ANALOG DEVICES INC
ANVIL INTERNATIONAL
APPLIED PHYSICAL SCIENCES
ASHCROFT INC
BECTON & DICKINSON
BEEKLEY CORPORATION
BELIMO
BLUECREST INC
BOSE CORP
CABLE COMPONENTS GROUP
CARLING TECHNOLOGIES
COLLINS AEROSPACE
EAGLEPICHER TECHNOLOGIES
EBM PAPST
EEMAX INC
ELECTRIC BOAT
EMERSON
ENFIELD TECHNOLOGIES LLC
EPPENDORF
ETHAN ALLEN INTERIORS
FREEPORT-MCMORAN
FUTURE ELECTRONICS
GENERAL DYNAMICS
HARTFORD STEAM BOILER
HENKEL
HITACHI CABLE AMERICA
HI TECH MACH & FAB
HOLOGIC INC
HUBBELL INCORPORATED
INTUITIVE SURGICAL
JACOBS VEHICLE SYSTEMS
JARVIS PRODUCTS CORP
KARL STORZ ENDOVISION
LEGRAND
LINEMASTER SWITCH CORP
MEDTRONIC
MOTT CORPORATION
NAVAL UNDERSEA WARFARE CTR
NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORP
OF MOSSBERG & SONS INC
OTIS ELEVATOR
PARKER HANNIFIN
PERKIN ELMER
PITNEY BOWES
PRATT AND WHITNEY
PRECISION OPTICS CORP
Q-TRAN
RADIO FREQUENCY SYSTEMS
RAYTHEON
SAVAGE ARMS
SIKORSKY
STANADYNE
TE CONNECTIVITY
THE LEE COMPANY
THE ROBERT E MORRIS CO
TRIUMPH ENGINE CONTROL SYS
VIBCO VIBRATORS
WHELEN ENGINEERING
ZYGO CORPORATION

Proven Results...

% Based on 2019 Uncasville, CT Show

Attendee Profile
(Engineering, Purchasing, Corp. Mgmt.)
Final Decision28.4%
Significant Influence27.2%
Recommend Vendors22.3%
78% Involved in the Decision to Outsource

Regional Attendance
Uncasville, CT 20191,847
Marlborough, MA 20181,857
Marlborough, MA 20171,677
Marlborough, MA 20161,847

Top Industries Represented
Electronics
Electronics Mfg., Computers/Subsystems Instrumentation & Controls
15.8%
Aerospace/Aviation13.6%
Medical11.6%
Machinery6.9%
Government/Defense 5.0%
Automotive4.5%
Energy/Utilities2.6%
Hardware2.0%
Telecommunications2.0%