Showcasing bespoke solutions at National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition

Thame Workholding, a leading provider of bespoke workholding solutions, is excited to announce its attendance at the National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition, on May 28th-29th, 2024, at the RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin. 

At the conference, Thame will showcase examples of its innovative range of bespoke workholding solutions. These were designed to meet the unique needs of manufacturers across various industries - focusing on how they have helped clients within the medical implant industry find solutions to holding delicate and intricate workpieces. 

"We are thrilled to be part of this event, which brings together industry leaders and experts from across the manufacturing sector," said Mark Thomas, Managing Director of Thame Workholding. "Our bespoke workholding solutions have been designed to improve productivity, reduce costs, and enhance overall manufacturing efficiency. We look forward to showcasing our expertise and discussing how we can help manufacturers optimise their production processes."

Attendees at the conference will have the opportunity to learn about the latest developments in workholding technology, network with industry peers, and explore innovative solutions that can help them improve their manufacturing operations. Thame Workholding's expert team will be on hand to provide guidance and advice on how to optimise workholding solutions for specific manufacturing applications.

You will find Thame Workholding at Stand V11.

Event Details:

Date: May 28th-29th, 2024
Location: RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin
Exhibition opening hours; 28th May 09:00 - 16:00  & 29th May 09:00 - 15:00

For more information about Thame Workholding or to schedule a meeting at the conference, please contact Mark Thomas at or +447932617711.

Find out more about Thame Workholding on their member profile page here

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