The MMMA ‘Metalworking’ Village is officially FULL, filling the largest area the association has ever taken at MACH, this is a fantastic achievement, with 25 members exhibiting.
The Metalworking Village covers 650 square metres, one of the largest areas of any exhibitor at MACH. Demonstrating technologies, services and products from across many sectors of UK Manufacturing industries. We are very proud to boast that over 25 individual companies are exhibiting from the MMMA.
The association goes from strength to strength, over the last two years many changes have been implemented. These include, upgrades on the website, increasing focus on social media platforms and new member benefits – The membership remains positive and trending upwards as we currently, with 44 members, covering many manufacturing sectors within UK Manufacturing.
MMMA hosting our specialist Metalworking exhibition within MACH 2020 provides a fantastic opportunity for our members to show off their skills, services and Technologies to visitors across manufacturing UK. Within the Village, visitors will be welcomed to call on each member stand, to discuss and see, what is available, how it could help them in improving production, winning more orders and increasing profitability.
Members exhibiting include; –
Bruderer UK , Esprit Automation, Cotswold Machinery Sales, Worcester presses, Schuler, Presscare, TMA, Roemheld UK, Industrial Clutch, Kaller Gas Springs, Press Techniques, Helm Instruments, Anton Saws, Qualimach, Wilson Tool, Pressform machinery, Ortlinghaus, Decade Monitoring, Group Rhodes, Oerlikon Balsers, Voith Turbo UK, Formit, Raybould Machinery, Ross UK, Aida SRL UK.
There are more members who are attending MACH 2020, exhibiting within the main halls these being; – Kuka Robotics, A W Precision and Decoilers & Feeders, Zebra Worldwide machinery.
Momentum increases as we move closer to MACH 2020, visitor registrations are at an all time high. Overall Exhibitor numbers are up. Once there take time out to visit the ‘Metalworking Village’, you will be surprised at what you will find there. ‘Metalworking’ looks to be a great exhibition.