Altus and Fuji bring ‘Factory of the Future’ vision to life with technology event

Altus Group, a leading distributor of capital equipment in the UK and Ireland, together with Fuji Corp., principal manufacturer of SMT and assembly machines and tools, have announced they will once again host the ‘Factory of the Future’ technology event.

The two-day symposium on 11-12 September at the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Centre (AMTC) in Coventry will showcase emerging trends and the latest innovations transforming the electronics manufacturing industry.

Building on the success of the 2022 inaugural Factory of the Future, which welcomed over 125 industry professionals, this year’s event agenda will feature 16 expert-led sessions spanning the full range of electronics production processes and technologies. Attendees will gain insights from over 25 leading suppliers like Koh Young, PVA, Heller Industries, Essemtec, and Asscon, who will present their cutting-edge products and solutions through hands-on demonstrations.

Joe Booth, CEO of Altus Group said: “It is our mission to be the best at what we do for the customers we serve, and I believe that we can offer a huge amount of value to our partners outside of our day to day operations by hosting and investing in events like this one.

“Our customers are always interested in best practices or what is new, and these events allow them to network, learn, understand future roadmaps, and leave with many ideas they can apply to their facility. Hugely popular in our first year and exceeding our expectations, we have increased the capacity to 250 guests if needed, so I can’t wait to make it a couple of days to remember.”

Artur Tobolski, Fuji Regional Account Manager added: “The last Factory of the Future event in 2022 seems like only yesterday, but I can’t wait for it to return in 2024. The event is jam-packed for those who attend, and the line-up is as good as you will see at any European exhibition.

“Having all those industry leaders in Coventry for two full days, with their latest and greatest equipment, giving keynotes is brilliant for UK manufacturers looking to level up their production facilities. Fuji will be there in full force with Altus, and it is going to be a great chance to connect with current partners, showcase your latest technology, learn about industry trends, and have a good time doing it.” 

With over 25 exhibitors and limited capacity, manufacturing professionals are encouraged to register early for the Factory of the Future event. The full agenda will be released in the coming weeks. For more information, visit

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