TM Machinery Exhibit at the Materials and Finishes Show

Last month saw TM Machinery exhibit at the first Materials and Finishes Show at the NEC, Birmingham. As the first major UK event for the furniture manufacturing and joinery industry since the W Exhibition in 2018, the Leicester-based machinery supplier was keen to support efforts to re-establish a woodworking show with real value-added appeal and create an opportunity to connect with industry professionals.

Vertical Panel Saw Demonstrations

While the show did not see the footfall of previous years, especially from mid to large-sized businesses, TM Machinery were able to demonstrate an exclusive range of cutting-edge filtration systems and dust extractor units from AL-KO and market leading vertical panel saws from Striebig to a steady stream of visitors from around the UK.


As well as presenting advanced and energy-efficient solutions for streamlining operations and building scalable growth, the stand also presented the very latest design features created to enhance productivity and reduce operational costs – affirming the two machinery manufacturers as ‘go to’ brands for businesses looking to scale their processes efficiently.

Positive Collaborations

“Despite the lower-than-expected attendance to the show, the engagement we experienced on our stand confirmed the importance of these events and paved the way for positive collaborations in the future,” says Matt Pearce, Managing Director of TM Machinery Sales and TM Services. “They provide us with an invaluable opportunity to connect with businesses of all sizes and to work together to meet the needs of the woodworking industry in the UK. While online communication has many benefits, nothing beats face-to-face interactions.”


The Future of the Woodworking Industry

Matt concludes, “A huge thank you to everyone who visited our stands and to our hardworking team for their commitment. Let’s continue to drive the woodworking industry forward. There’s a long way to go in creating a large exhibition but we’re excited about the future and look forward to new opportunities to connect with our industry peers.”

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