Leading woodworking machinery and dust extraction supplier, TM Machinery, will be returning to the UK’s only woodworking machinery and materials show, the W Exhibition, this September at the NEC, Birmingham. As well as debuting a brand new look which is set to launch this summer, TM Machinery will be showcasing its exclusive range of Striebig vertical panel saws and Al-Ko dust extraction systems on Stand B810.

New Striebig Standard S at show

Making its first UK appearance at the four-day event, the ‘Standard S’ is the latest addition to the Swiss manufacturer’s vertical panel saw range. Based on the original ‘Standard’ model, the new design is available in two distinctive models – the Standard S TRK1 and TRK2 –  and includes an impressive range of built-in features as standard and over 20 additional options and accessories. The stand will also home Striebig’s ‘Control’ and ‘Compact’ models.

Matt Pearce, Managing Director at TM Machinery adds, “Exhibiting at the W Exhibition offers us a fantastic opportunity to demonstrate our range of  machinery to the industry. Come and experience the benefits for yourself and talk to the experts. Specialists from Striebig and Al-Ko will be on hand throughout the event to answer your questions and talk you through the latest product innovations in TM Machinery’s portfolio.”

Keen to find out more? Watch live demonstrations and talk to the experts on stand B810.

For more information on the complete woodworking machinery range offered by TM Machinery Sales Ltd. and its servicing division, TM Services & Spares Ltd., call us on 0116 271 7155 or email sales@tmservices.co.uk.  For the latest news, follow TM Machinery on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tm_machinery.

Issued by Catherine Earle, CSJ Public Relations. Tel: 07701 037 351. Email: catherine@csj-pr.co.uk

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