A record-breaking return to exhibiting at MACH 2022 meant it was a successful show for the Carfulan Group as interest continues to grow in its world-leading manufacturing technology.
Hundreds of visitors stepped onto the Carfulan Group stand at the NEC in Birmingham to discover the potential of investing with OGP UK, SYS Systems, ZOLLER UK and VICIVISION UK, with the Group collecting a record number of enquiries and completing a number of deals for machines on the stand.
After a four-year break from MACH due to the pandemic, the stand was the Group’s biggest and best yet as it wowed visitors thanks to outstanding technology, brand new machines, first-class hospitality and an exciting competition to win two VIP F1 British Grand Prix tickets.
Managing Director Chris Fulton said: “We are delighted as a group at the overwhelming success of MACH 2022. Our four companies generated an overwhelming amount of interest at the show and that is testament to the quality of our products and the potential that we can unlock in manufacturing processes.
“From the staples of our ranges to the brand-new systems on show, everyone who visited our stand was amazed at the technology and we are so excited to continue those conversations in the weeks and months ahead to help manufacturers grow their businesses.”
MACH, the UK’s biggest event for the manufacturing industry, was held in the week commencing April 4th and attracted over 20,000 visitors through the door for the five-day exhibition.
There was a first at the show as SYS Systems, the UK Platinum Partner of Stratasys 3D printers, showcased the F900, which has never been done before at a trade show in the UK and Ireland.
ZOLLER UK, world-leaders in tool presetting and measurement machines, unveiled the brand new, redesigned Genius inspection system, and VICIVISION UK launched the PRIMA, the perfect entry-level system for turned part measurement.
OGP UK presented their range of multi-sensor measurement equipment, including the Vantage 450 which boasts five-axis measurement capability to within one micron accuracy.
“It was a very exciting year for us at MACH,” Mr Fulton added. “We were able to show how far our technologies have come since the last MACH exhibition.
“Now the hard work really begins as we build on this record-breaking exhibition and continue to help manufacturers in all industries and with all applications.”