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A Glimpse of the Future at IMHX 2013

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A Glimpse of the Future at IMHX 2013

A Glimpse of the Future at IMHX 2013
January 15
10:50 2013

Briggs Equipment, the UK’s fastest growing forklift supply and service company, will be offering a hint of things to come at the forthcoming IMHX 2013 exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham.

With more than 1,000 sq m of display space, both inside and outside the main exhibition hall, Briggs will be one of the biggest exhibitors at the event – a highlight of the materials handling calendar.

As well as showing off some of the latest products from leading manufacturers, the company will also showcase its commitment to combining the latest technology with human expertise to provide bespoke solutions for customers across all industry sectors.

Richard Close, Briggs’s Chief Executive, explained:  “Developments over the last 12 months reflect the aspiration of Briggs which is to invest, grow and expand whilst building on our platform of success. IMHX offers the opportunity to present our vision to transform the industry through customer led solutions.”

Although the exact details of Briggs’s stands at the show are still a closely guarded secret, Richard is confident they will prove both inspiring and informative.

“With a futuristic theme, our displays will reflect the fact that we are committed to using the very latest technology in a way that complements very human values, including a passion for service excellence.”

Two Briggs stands can be found in Hall 20 and a third in hall 17 (skills zone) the fourth will be outside the main exhibition hall. All four will be fully interactive and visitors have the chance to win a number of hi-tech prizes.

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