It is well established that the SHAPA membership
comprises many exceptional companies in bulk materials handling and
processing, their combined experience and knowledge amounting to a few
centuries. All this knowledge is freely via the SHAPA website
www.shapa.co.uk . This website is
an invaluable resource for all end users, project engineers, design
engineers and specifiers engaged in new projects, updating plant and
installations, or simply looking for life extending efficient
This leading resource is continually evolving with
new technical papers being added all the time. At a time when many
experienced engineers have retired, many engineers feel unsure of which
way to turn, you can be assured that the information on the SHAPA
website is up to date and validated by experts from the solids and bulk
handling industry. This allows buyers to connect with expert suppliers
more quickly. Other website features, including the Technical Section,
containing a wealth of useful data, technical papers, application
sheets, links to the business helpline and innovation funding partners.
Technical and commercial issues affecting members
and the industry at large form a large part of the SHAPA effort and at
the November General Meeting there will be an update on how the
government are helping our industry through export and finance help
along with speakers on how the government is providing help and
assistance to support firms employing apprenticeships and also on how
augmented reality can enhance your business offering. In addition, there
will also be our usual Q&A sessions with the SHAPA team and EAMA.
SHAPA is also supporting its members through
training workshops, in addition to the financial awareness training held
earlier in the year, the 15th Annual Digital marketing
workshop is to be held on the 10th October followed by a
workshop, HR for non HR Managers on the 22nd November.
SHAPA member companies have continual access to the
latest knowledge and data, disseminated to the membership via papers,
industry seminars and through networking during the Association General
Meetings. This dynamic, modern approach has been key to over 40 years’
success – for the benefit of all manufacturers and suppliers and
importantly, to installers and users across a huge range of industries.
www.shapa.co.uk or email email@example.com to discover more benefits
of membership or to find technical partners for your next project.
Visit www.shapa.co.uk or
email firstname.lastname@example.org to
discover more benefits of membership or to find technical partners for
your next project.