Jet Aire Services will be attending the UK's leading utilities industry exhibition next week as an exhibitor at Utility Week Live.
The 2019 edition of this prestigious annual event is taking place on 21 and 22 May at the NEC Birmingham. Jet Aire will be on stand number E10 to showcase a wide range of drainage, civil engineering and remediation services which have been used by some of the biggest names in the UK’s highways, environmental and utilities sector. Each year the exhibition is attended by over 3,000 senior utilities professionals from energy retailers, gas and electricity network operators, water companies, water and wastewater companies, and water retailers.
Featuring a wide range of expert speakers and seminars, Utility Week Live will be exploring various key issues related to water utilities and drainage, including ways in which utilities can embrace emerging and digital technologies. The event will also offer insights on how water companies can reduce pollution incidents from their assets.
Jet Aire Services Sales & Marketing Manager, Clark Williams, said:
“Utilities is a huge growth market for Jet Aire Services and we are looking forward to appearing at Utility Week Live to share ideas and discuss the evolution of the sector with the people who are positioned to shape its future. Jet Aire are committed to investment in new technology and helping companies to reduce pollution through drainage maintenance, so some of the key themes at this year’s exhibition will certainly chime with our approach. There will also be plenty discussion surrounding plans for highways and infrastructure, which is another core area of Jet Aire’s business. It promises to be a very thought provoking and engaging event with excellent networking opportunities.”
“The event will also be an outstanding opportunity for Jet Aire to discuss our full range of services, including civil engineering, CCTV surveys, high-pressure water jetting, drain cleansing and clearance, tankering, waste disposal, CIPP patching/lining, UV lining, infiltration sealing, robotic cutting, root cutting and epoxy spray Ultracoating. We will also be offering insight on the comprehensive capabilities of our civil engineering division, including drain installation and repair, Section 38 and 104 adoption, paving, kerbs, footpath surfacing, wall and structures, carriageways, driveway, fencing and as built and topographical surveys.”