Have you ever considered using a modular exhibit system but were concerned it wouldn’t do justice to your brand image? Or maybe given one a try and found it was too complicated to organize and assemble? Or been uncertain whether to rent or buy, or how to store it between shows?
If any of the above sounds familiar, we’re inviting you to take a fresh look, because times have changed. Our modular exhibit systems, coupled with our years of experience and expertise in creating and installing outstanding show booths across the globe, have simply changed the game.
Our High Performance Exhibit Systems are aesthetically superior and highly adaptable, enabling designers to create stunning results that enhance your brand.
Based on immensely strong aluminum frames that can be reused time after time, our systems have an inherently low carbon footprint.
Light in weight and remarkably compact, our systems can offer you major savings on ever-increasing storage, transport and material handling fees.
Today, flexibility is essential. Clients can purchase systems outright (keeping them in our optional storage facility}, rent them per event, or choose a mix of both.
Systems are designed to be set up and dismantled quickly and safely with minimal manpower, reducing your labor and management costs.
Lightweight printed fabric panels can be easily stored (often in a standard office environment), and economically transported to your show venue.
With full support from our expert teams across the globe, you can confidently obtain maximum benefit and value from your exhibit system.
Clients employ our modular exhibit systems in a variety of situations…
Easy Atlantic crossing
A trade show in New York followed closely by a similar show in London was made simple and cost effective for the client by sending just the fabric panel ‘skin’ to London where it was mounted onto locally-hired standard frames.
During design scoping, the client was delighted to find that the modular system could adapt to accommodate a small private conference room and plenty of storage – features that would normally be the preserve of a custom booth.
Big booth – small load
For the client’s extensive show booth in the famous Los Angeles Convention Center, all the walls (a run of 400 ft) were packed onto a single pallet, with the entire exhibit (including floor, reception counters and signage) shipped on one semi-trailer.