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Rapid News Publications PLC, organisers of MM Live, is delighted to announce the return of its two Headline Sponsors — Rainford Precision Machines and SmalTec International — for the 2009 event being held at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, 20-21 October 2009.

MM Live 2009 Return of Headline Sponsors for 2009

Cheshire, UK | Posted on March 12th, 2009

MM Live 2009 is the only UK event dedicated to Micro, Precision and Nano Manufacturing and the endorsement of UK-based Rainford Precision Machines and US-based SmalTec International underlines the importance of the show and its featured technologies for the micro and precision manufacturing sectors.

Arthur Turner, Managing Director of Rainford Precision Machines, commented on the company's return to the show in 2009, "Having sponsored the MM Live 2008 show it was a very simple decision to both re-book the stand space for 2009 and agree to sponsor the show. I felt the effort put in by the MM Live team to promote the show and make the exhibition days useful both to exhibitors and visitors certainly paid off. The interest shown and the commitment by all the customers who attended the exhibition I thought was tremendous and shows the need for a focused exhibition in our industry to develop the market place further."

Jerry Mraz, President of SmalTec International said, "SmalTec International has always been dedicated to promoting the micro-manufacturing industry and we like to support and sponsor events that have the same dedication to our industry. Our products are well received worldwide and Europe is a market that has embraced micro manufacturing. Last year's MM Live event demonstrated the need to maintain focus on the UK and EU and to continue support growth of the small technology industry."

Mark Blezard, Director of Sales for MM Live concluded, "It is a great pleasure to welcome both headline sponsors back for the second MM Live. Both companies took a leap of faith supporting a new show but clearly it worked for them, and we look forward to working with Rainford Precision Machines and SmalTec International as we go forward and double the size of MM Live in 2009."

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