Subcon 2015 – Vibrant Manufacturing Sector at its Best

At the beginning of June Kevin and I visited Subcon, one of the UK’s main contract and subcontract manufacturing shows, at the NEC in Birmingham. It was the first day of the show and there was a steady stream of visitors. Many of the stands were buzzing with live machining demonstrations. The exhibitors that we spoke with were pleased that most visitors were genuine industry professionals looking to do business. In the time that we were there, Kevin and I tried to visit as many exhibition stands as possible and were able to speak to some interesting exhibitors, including:

Oldham Engineering – who provide in-house coded fabrication, medium-heavy CNC machining and complex assembly and testing: www.oldham-eng.com

Roechling – who are innovators in plastic processing, with three divisions high performance plastics, automotive plastics and technical plastic parts: www.roechling.com

Patterson and Rothwell – who specialise in injection mould toolmaking: www.patterson-rothwell.co.uk

Q8 – who boasts a product portfolio that consists of over 1,000 grades of finished lubricants, base oils, process oils, extracts and waxes: www.q8oils.co.uk

Finishing Techniques – who has brought together stream finishing, disc finishing, drag finishing, centrifugal tumbling and vibratory to provide a one-stop shop for precision metal component manufacturers: www.fintek.co.uk

Wallwork Group – one of our clients so we spent a considerable amount of time on the stand. The company specialises in heat treatment, hard coatings, vacuum brazing and heat resistant castings. During the show the Wallwork Group highlighted the latest metal hardening and micro fine coating processes, technical support and rapid turnaround services. Aerospace, automotive, motor sport, medical device makers and other demanding precision industries rely on the company’s comprehensive range services: www.wallworkht.co.uk

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Exhibiting and PR

If you were exhibiting at Subcon we hope it was a huge success for you and that you obtained plenty of good sales leads. While visiting to support our client, Wallwork Group, it was fascinating and exciting to see so many innovative companies.

Left of Wallwork Stand at Farnborough International Airshow

Wallwork Group

Did you know that PR is an economical way to reach your target audience and could help drive visitors to you exhibition stand in future? If you aren’t maximising your PR, then here are seven good reasons why you should:

  • It’s an economical way to reach your target audience
  • It creates awareness, and demand for your company’s products or services
  • It strengthens your company’s image and perception
  • It creates more credibility than traditional advertising
  • It paints a picture of a company that is active and innovative
  • It sets you apart from the competition
  • It generates return on investment (ROI)

We are a PR company that lives and breathes industry. Get in touch today and let Ainsworth Maguire help you to maximise your PR. Call 01706 221279 or email amy@ainsmag.co.uk.

Amy McCandlish, Associate, Ainsworth Maguire Public Relations

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