For every manufacturer that operates a CNC Router or Digital Cutting Table, the Industrial Tooling Corporation (ITC) stand was certainly the location of choice at the recent Sign & Digital UK exhibition. With an industry-wide reputation that is second-to-none and quality that stands head and shoulders above its rivals, the extensive range of cutting tools and knife blades on the stand certainly drew the attention of exhibition visitors.
Following a 3-year Covid induced absence from trade shows, the return to face-to-face meetings and networking at Sign & Digital UK exhibition was a welcome return to normality for both show visitors and the ITC team of experts. Whilst the eye-catching orange ITC stand and branding is recognisable throughout the industry, it was the vast array of new and established industry-leading products and services – all backed by expert advice and support that ensured the ITC stand was busy for the duration of the event.
ITC demonstrated its superior range of standard and special routing tools, knife tools and the extensive re-grinding service with a fast turnaround that only a UK manufacturer can provide. Since the last Sign & Digital UK show, ITC has further enhanced its product offering with innovations that can both improve surface finishes and increase productivity – this was acknowledged by eager visitors to the ITC booth. It is the blend of expertise, groundbreaking product lines and innovative solutions with thousands of product lines held in stock at the Tamworth headquarters that has made ITC the largest and most successful supplier to the industry for more than 30 years and this was evident at the show.
Commenting upon a successful return to the Sign & Digital UK exhibition, ITC’s Sally Hunt says: “It was wonderful to welcome our customers and the wider industry to our stand at Sign & Digital UK after a prolonged absence due to the pandemic. The appetite and enthusiasm of visitors to exploit the opportunity to discuss production challenges with industry experts are more pertinent now than ever before. There was a clear desire from show visitors to discuss their challenges and issues with our team of experts and our team thoroughly enjoyed the experience of solving issues for manufacturers in what will hopefully return to the familiar setting of exhibitions.”