CIM Show 2004 | 28-30 September, NEC, Birmingham

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The NEC can be reached easily by all the major motorway networks around Birmingham and has its own airport: Birmingham International

By Road
Birmingham is at the hub of the UK motorway network, enabling visitors to travel directly from the M6, M1, M40 and M42. The NEC has its own on-site car parks while the city-centre venues are served by a car park at The NIA and others in the immediate vicinity.

By Rail
The NEC and The NEC Arena are served by Birmingham International station, connected by a covered bridgelink. The NIA, The ICC and Symphony Hall are minutes from Birmingham New Street, the UK’s largest interchange station. London is only 90 minutes away and trains also run direct to many regional towns and cities.

By Air
More than 20 international airlines serve Birmingham International Airport, which is conveniently situated a few minutes from The NEC and The NEC Arena. Together they provide scheduled flights from 34 destinations in the UK, Europe and North America. The group’s venues are also easily accessible from London Heathrow, London Gatwick and other regional airports.


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