17 June 2020
17 June 2020
Owing to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak the NIA has postponed Decom2020 which was planned to take place on Wednesday, 17 June at The International Centre, Telford. The NIA are looking at alternative dates for later in the year and a new date will be announced shortly.
If you have registered for Decom2020, then your booking will be carried over to a future date. The NIA is committed to working with you on Decom2020 and thank you for your support.
BOOK YOUR PLACE
Supported by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), DECOM2020 will attract delegates from across the sector and topics of discussion will include developments of the sites in the UK and opportunities for the supply chain; views on the global decommissioning market; and where UK companies have potential to win work and the best routes to secure these contracts.
Following the success of DECOM2018, and taking into account feedback, the event will be consolidated into one day, with an informal dinner the evening between DECOM2020 and the NDA supply chain event.
Speakers will look at some key decommissioning projects in the UK, international repositories and lessons learned—touching on cross industry engagement, commissioning and decommissioning.
Registration is now open HERE.
A variety of sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are on offer at DECOM2020. Take an active role in the conference program, while enhancing your company profile and networking directly with your target audience.
Exhibition spaces will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis and are initially open to NIA members, before opening to non-members.
Companies exhibiting at the NDA supply chain* event the day after DECOM2020 will be assisted with transportation of stands.
*Please note you MUST book your space with NDA separately for their supply chain event
Take a look at some highlights from the 2018 conference here and make sure you reserve your place for DECOM2020.
To find out more about the conference contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)20 7766 6648.