Celebrating their largest ever MACH presence and the recent announcement of two new machinery partners, leading machine tool and turnkey systems supplier the Engineering Technology Group is giving away a CNC lathe as the top prize in a unique VIP star draw.
The draw will be part of ETG’s build up to MACH 2016 exhibition with members of the ETG VIP Club receiving a unique numbered entry ticket which could see the holder winning a brand new Hardinge GS150 horizontal turning centre along with workholding vouchers for four runners up.
“We always try to be a bit different in the way we promote ourselves and this draw offers lucky winners the chance to expand their manufacturing operations either with enhanced capacity from the lathe or by increasing productivity with advanced workholding,” explains ETG Group Managing Director Martin Doyle.
“The GS150 is a very popular CNC lathe and is widely regarded as being a ‘best in class’ machine combining speed, power, accuracy and durability in a very compact footprint. It will be a great addition to any machine shop, as will the workholding and machine shop accessories available by redeeming the ETG Workholding vouchers” he adds.
The draw is open to ETG VIP club members – candidates being those who have either purchased machines from ETG or been quoted for a machine in the past 12 months. There will also be wild card entries on the MACH stand.
All will receive a pre-numbered entry ticket prior to or at the show and the draw will be made by a director of the Engineering Technology Group in the ETG headquarters on Friday 22nd April.
The names of the winners will be posted on the ETG website during week commencing April 23rd - www.engtechgroup.com
The Hardinge GS 150 will be supplied fully PDI’d and commissioned while the workholding vouchers are in £1000, £500, £250 and £100 values.
For further information on how ETG is celebrating its presence at MACH 2016 visit www.engtechgroup.com
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