Hundreds of visitors flock to see (and order) MACH Machine Tools’ manual milling, drilling, turning, grinding and sawing machines exhibited by the company at the recent MACH Show.
Bristol-based MACH Machine Tools Ltd has reported that its attendance at MACH 2016 was a phenomenal success.
Exhibiting for the second time at the MACH Show the company, established by directors Matt Andrew and Marc Bowers in 2013, used the event to showcase new machines, like the recently-introduced MACH L-1340 manual lathe and MACH SG 818 surface grinder, as well as ever-popular, best-selling models, like the MACH VS-1 Turret-type milling machine, to visitors.
Says Matt Andrew:
“A great show that generated a high number of quality leads and enquiries as well as numerous orders placed over the five days.
“We thought that our range of machines would pull in the crowds but what actually transpired exceeded even our own high expectations.
“Naturally enough the MACH VS-1 was again a firm favourite with seven orders taken during the week. It really does seem that component manufacturers’ appetite for this type of high quality, ultra-versatile and cost-competitive machine shows no sign of abating.”
The new models making their debuts at MACH also received a positive and warm reception.
Continues Matt Andrew:
“It’s always great when you are able to take genuine orders for machines at an exhibition - especially when they are for recently-launched models.
“The fact that we sold three MACH L-1340 lathes and two MACH SG 818 surface grinders over the five days…direct from the stand…proves beyond doubt the strength, success and prowess of both the MACH Machine Tool brand and the MACH machines we provide.
“Now that the Show is over we are busy following up the many leads and enquiries taken at the Show…and we’re confident that from both a growth and profitability perspective - 2016 will be our best year ever.”