CMA's stand attracted an enormous amount of interest with the wide variety of products that they had on show ranging from RIM cast automotive parts (dashboards, sills, bumpers and door mouldings), stunning resin artwork including a Glenfiddich stag's head, to highly detailed scale models. Orders taken during the show, included one of the largest single export orders in the company's history and totalled over several hundred thousand pounds for the week.
MACH is the outstanding showcase for advances in the manufacturing industry organised by the Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA), a UK based trade association dealing specifically with engineering based manufacturing. It is a biennial exhibition which brings together all the best innovations and latest developments from the manufacturing technologies sectors under one roof.
The show was diverse; all aspects of manufacturing at all levels of the supply chain and support services were represented, and there was a well attended seminar programme running throughout the week, including presentations from Richard Noble OBE, Project Director of the Bloodhound Supersonic Car project, and senior figures from Airbus, Rolls Royce and Messier-Bugatti Dowty on the prospects for growth in the civil aerospace sector.
Peter Turnock, MD said: "MACH has been a fantastic success for us. We received a high volume of enquiries from a very wide variety of industry sectors including Automotive OEM’s, Industrial Machinery, MOD, and Interior Designers. With three highly skilled production departments, CMA can offer a very wide range of diverse mouldings for numerous market segments.