Mach 2018: A New Approach
Kingsbury is returning to Mach for the first time since 2012 and we are taking a bit of a gamble.
We have made the decision to exhibit without ‘hard exhibits’, a strange admission perhaps, but there is a method to our madness…
In recent years we have grown our portfolio of products strategically and methodically.
First, came the creation of our Large Prismatic Machine division (LPM) which consisted of varied milling solutions from Burkhardt and Weber, SHW, Waldrich Coburg and Zimmermann.
This was followed in late 2016, with the establishment of Grinding Technologies (GT) following our appointment by Haas Schleifmaschinen GmbH. Finally, earlier this year we opened our new Additive Technologies division (AT), heralding our appointment by AddUp Global Additive Solutions.
All of the above added to our established business looking after the interests of Index Traub and Hermle.
Irrespective of the impracticalities of shipping some of this equipment over to the show due to sheer size, the square meterage that we would need to adequately show off our range of products would be uneconomic in the extreme.
So, what are we offering?
I would argue, the best Applications team in the country. We cover everything from sliding head and CNC Multi Spindles to complex mill turn, from vertical to horizontal milling and multi-axis grinding to additive production – and all of this expertise applied across the broadest spectrum of raw materials.
We are keen to understand what it is that has brought you to the show. Please find us on Stand H7-244, we are looking forward to your visit.