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Haffner backs FIT Show rescheduling

by Sophie Stevens

Industry machinery specialist, Haffner, says it’s in full support of the FIT Show’s decision to reschedule the event to May 2022.

Dave Thomas, managing director at Haffner, said: “We’re obviously disappointed the event has been postponed. However, it’s clearly the sensible thing to do and we’ll look forward to returning to face-to-face exhibiting in May 2022.”

The show has been postponed until Spring 2022 when the organisers believe the majority of the UK will have been vaccinated, supply chain issues will have started to ease and there will be more certainty around large-scale events. Dave commented: “The safety of our industry has to be paramount. Despite the delay, FIT Show will still be the first UK flagship event to reconnect the market.”

Haffner has already committed to the rescheduled show and will have the largest stand in the show’s history with 405 sqm of exhibiting space.  This will allow the award-winning machinery company to display its widest ever range at the show.

Haffner, which claims to offer ‘the largest and most comprehensive PVC-U and aluminium fabrication machinery portfolio in the industry’, has an exclusive supply partnership with Italian-machine innovator, Graf Synergy, and is also the sole UK agent of Haffner Machinery. It also supplies a range of aluminium fabrication machines from Fom Industries, part of the worldwide FomGroup.

Dave concluded: “We see the FIT Show as a strategic partner to support our ambitious growth strategy because it presents a unique platform to demonstrate our machines to as wide an audience as possible. We look forward to welcoming people to our stand next year and to showing exactly why Haffner Murat has become the industry’s go-to machinery partner.”


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