CMA Moldform were last week exhibiting for the 4th time at the Advanced Engineering Show at Birmingham’s NEC.
The two-day show was an opportunity for the company to showcase its new look branding with a custom designed shell scheme and new company brochure, both featuring the updated CMA logo.
As well as unveiling the company’s new look, the exhibition gave CMA the chance to display some of the many capabilities of their recently installed RRIM press, which came as part of a £1 Million investment earlier in the year.
On the exhibition stand were examples of RIM & RRIM Casting, a selection of parts for the Ford M-Sport Rally team, samples of the companies extensive materials range and a number of eye-catching art pieces which reflect CMA’s work with Bespoke Art Commissions and Interiors markets.
The show was a resounding success with record numbers of visitors to the CMA stand, a significant number of project leads, and a fantastic reaction to the new CMA branding from existing customers, suppliers and associates, as well as new contacts.
CMA’s Technical Sales Manager, Tom Dunkley, commented:
‘We’ve been at the Advanced Engineering Show for the past 4 years now, and we always try to stand out with some unusual examples of our work. But this year, it has got to be the best looking stand that we’ve had so far!’
For information about the Advanced Engineering Show visit their website.