The Engineering Technology Group’s stand at MACH will be an all action affair with 11 machine tools fully operation, two robots in use demonstrating their loading/unloading prowess and the chance for visitors to win a free CNC lathe and workholding prizes.
ETG has adopted a theme of ‘where technology talks’ for the stand and this reflects the organisations wide ranging expertise as not just a machine tool supplier but also as a technology provider offering turnkey, FMS, automation, workholding and advanced machining solutions from its team of experts. ETG’s customer package also embraces a highly experienced Finance Division to assists customers’ with all types of machine lease and acquisition.
“It has always been the case that ETG has looked to differentiate itself from other suppliers by offering its customers a totally integrated package of services,” explains Group Managing Director Martin Doyle.
“At MACH 2016 we aim to demonstrate that at first hand by bringing together the strengths of the world’s most advanced providers of high technology machine tools, automation and workholding systems to deliver highly productive metal cutting solutions.”
“And as a bonus, we have developed a prize draw which has a brand new Hardinge GS150 horizontal turning centre as first prize along with ETG workholding vouchers for the four runners up.
On its two stands at the exhibition ETG will be staging live demonstrations on machines from Chiron, Nakamura-Tome, Stama, Hardinge Bridgeport, Quaser and Halter, all of which it exclusively represents in the UK. Add to these Handtmann, Pietro Carnaghi and Scherer Feinbau machines along with its bespoke and off-the-shelf workholding offer and ETG believes it now offers the most comprehensive range of high end machine tools and support services in the UK.
“MACH offers buyers and exhibitors alike a unique showcase opportunity and when the focus is on UK manufacturing and the need to increase and maximise productivity across the manufacturing sector, ETG believes it is uniquely positioned to provide machine tools and engineering solutions to the whole sector. We are primed and ready,” Martin Doyle concludes.
For further specification information on the MACH Machines and all other products in the ETG portfolio visit www.engtechgroup.com
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