Showman’s Show attracts international exhibitors
Thursday, 26 September 2019
international-flags-flying-at-the-showmans-show-entranceInternational flags flying at The Showman’s Show entrance
UK - With less than a month to go until The Showman’s Show 2019 returns to Newbury Showground on 16-17 October, organiser Lance Show & Publications has announced that this year’s event is promising a strong contingent of international exhibitors who’ll be launching products that are new to the UK market.
From a welfare perspective there’s the innovative new Lapee, it’s been created specifically for the female market, the new design, utilises the same manufacturing process as the traditional grey kros urinal, ensuring that it can be transported, maintained and cleaned in the same way. It is also stackable, to reduce carbon emissions due to transportation. In its first season, Lapee has been adopted by all largest festivals in Denmark, including Roskilde and made inroads into the French and Norwigian markets.
From a production perspective, Kultour, the German manufacturer and European market leader of mobile hydraulic stages is set to showcase two stages from the smartStage product family; the smartStage 120: the modern 12x10m all-round mobile stage and the smartStage 27: a more compact choice.
Kultour CEO Hans von Burkersroda says, “We know that the UK has one of the biggest and expanding stage markets in Europe. Our goal is to convince UK providers of the construction, quality and reliability of our hydraulic stage program. We’re looking to test the British market and would be happy to find new customers.”
Mobile Locker has announced its entry into the UK market, with a, yet to be disclosed, local partner. It follows a period of significant expansion across Europe for Mobile Locker following recent partnerships in both Switzerland and Poland.
Joining them will be generator company, AEM Spain; Ireland’s Future Ticketing; toilets from Italian company Homleg; flooring products from American based Signature Systems; Dutch furniture manufacturers Veda Event Products and Mebu and US based, marquee manufacturer, Anchor Industries.
Event director Johnny Lance says: “We’ve always had a strong representation of exhibitors and visitors from overseas. A quick look at the international flags that we fly at the show’s entrance - we fly one for every nationality represented at the show each year - demonstrates that. What’s interesting for 2019 is that we’re attracting exhibitors who are either new to the exhibition or are looking to launch products to the UK market.”
(Jim Evans)

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