There were various machines on show at the event, ranging from the smaller bench top X-line 20 and MU-3, up to the free standing MS35- SF and PP2-NC. Also unveiled at the show was the new MU-S. Designed specifically for easy transport, use on site, and in limited space.
MD. Thomas Hoffmann: –
‘’Initially we weren’t sure what to expect prior to attending the show this year, but what you could really feel was that people were genuinely happy and excited to be visiting exhibitions again. It actually turned out to be very busy.
The beginning of the week was mainly international customers who had also visited the exhibition ‘Interzum’ in Cologne the week before. ‘’They were real quality buyers and decision makers, not only ‘’tourists’’. We had a busy stand from opening at 9am right through till closing at 6pm. We could not only meet end users and existing customers but also dealers, importers and especially our partners from Europe, the United States and more. This is very important to us because it’s very rare to be able to meet our partners face to face.’’
A wide range of machines were sold over the course of the show, from the smallest and newest MUS, right up to the MS35 SF double mitre saw. Many major Door-Set manufacturers were particularly interested in the Hoffmann MS35 SF to produce “Vision Panel Cassettes” and also “Architrave Sets”. The MS35 SF simplifies a time-consuming-process and produces accurate joints in an essential area of door-set manufacture.”
All in all, it was a very satisfying show, and a very positive return after such a long pause.
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