SUPPLY CHAIN TRADE SHOW FOR ADVANCED MANUFACTURING – (VERMONT, USA)
By Anthony Romero
The Prospect Machine Products (PMP) booth showed all its capabilities with complex geometries, different alloys, and secondary operations. Numerous prospects were fascinated with the full spectrum of deep draw parts and inquired about services.
(Left photo: PMP’s president Richard Laurenzi in a technical exchange with a customer.)
The show was heavily attended by defense contract manufacturers and aerospace customers, since it attracted people from the Northeast Aerospace corridor from Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, and Quebec – Canada.
An initial point of contact to what we foresee as long-term relationships was established with potential customers. Even though we are in the digital era, there is no substitute for a face to face engagement where prospects get to know us, building trust, so they feel comfortable.
Application of Deep Drawn Parts
Different inquiries from, defense, aerospace, and commercial deep draw applications were brought to our booth. The outcome of this show was excellent since numerous prospects were acknowledged and created relationships with other contract manufacturers for machining services, assembly work, and other secondary operations.
The show was planned very meticulously, and there were dinners and lunches were a more informal approach helped us to get acquainted with other potential buyers and find synergies with other contract manufacturers.
Overall, this was a very positive experience with outstanding results.
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