MecWash returns to MACH

The MecWash team enjoyed another successful show at MACH 2024. The MWX400 and MWX300 industrial parts washing machines showcased were very popular, attracting the attention of many attendees.

John Pattison, managing director of MecWash, said: “It was great to be back at MACH, reconnecting with our customers and discovering the latest technology from across the manufacturing sector. In addition, we received some significant interest from manufacturers that we have not worked with before which was particularly positive. The onus on manufacturers to improve productivity is ever-present and we are confident that our machines can make a big impact on efficiency.”

 The 30th anniversary of MecWash coincided with MACH 2024

“The MecWash stand provided an ideal opportunity to meet with a number of existing blue-chip customers from across aerospace, automotive, medical and precision engineering. We had a high number of enquiries from the visitors speaking with the team, looking for a solution to their component cleaning issues,” said John.

MACH is a biannual event that connects UK manufacturing engineers, key decision makers, and buyers with suppliers from across the sector, and indeed globally. The exhibition showcased the latest processes and techniques in automation, AI and data with a focus on sustainable manufacturing.

Paul Jarratt, sales manager, said: “The energy of MACH is always infectious, and it was brilliant to be back at the NEC, surrounded by the best manufacturers in the world. MACH has always been an invaluable opportunity for us to showcase our machines to the key decision makers from across the whole manufacturing sector. This was the eighth time for MecWash exhibiting at MACH, and we received an excellent amount of interest in our aqueous parts washing systems.

“MACH is also a wonderful way of engaging with students. The MTA and other manufacturing bodies put a great deal of effort into inspiring the engineers of tomorrow. Dedicated areas within the exhibition, such as the ‘Education and Development Zone’ are excellent for igniting the imagination of young attendees,” said Paul.

John Pattison continued: “It was a successful week for MecWash, and the sales team have a substantial number of leads to follow up on. The 30th anniversary of the company coincided with MACH and the momentum of the team is very positive. We look forward to further developing the relationships made in the last week and we will continue to create the highest level of component cleaning for manufacturers across the world.”