ETG coming back even bigger and better for MACH 2016

  Following its successes at MACH 2012 and 2014, the Engineering Technology Group (ETG) is coming back even bigger and even better to MACH 2016. ETG, which represents world-leading machine tool brands including Hardinge Bridgeport, Nakamura-Tome, Chiron, Handtmann, STAMA and Feeler, is taking 51% more space at the 2016 show than it took in 2014. ETG Managing Director John Temple said: “When we returned to MACH in 2012 we used it as a springboard for our ambitious plans to double the size of the company, we had already done that by MACH 2014 and the fact that we have taken over 50% more space for 2016 gives you an idea of the scale of our plans for the future. “The extra space will not only give us the opportunity to feature more machines and live demonstrations, it will also allow us to highlight our philosophy of offering customers a complete integrated service from their initial enquiry right through the life of the machine. “So as well as the machine tool brands we will also be showcasing Engineering Solutions, our service and support company, ETG Workholding encompassing Hyfore our bespoke manufacturer and ShopETG our new ecommerce activity, FactoryWiz machine monitoring software and ETG Finance, our in-house financial services provider. “We are already looking forward to MACH 2016, it’s going to be a great show!”  

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