Stiles Machinery announced the company will be exhibiting at the International Woodworking Fair 2012 trade show in Atlanta.
The company will exhibit woodworking machinery that can help manufacturers increase capacity to meet growing product demands, following Stiles' theme of "Do More with Less."
“Because customers now expect new products with more features, at lower costs, and faster than ever, manufacturers must also reinvent how they deliver goods and support their customers for the entire product lifecycle," said Stephan Waltman, vice president of marketing and communications. “Our approach must embrace consultative selling where we engage the customer in a holistic process that encompasses the complete solution, a total production solution, and brings real value to the process.”
Stiles will also staff a booth with industry experts who will be available to meet one-on-one with show attendees. With approximately 15,000 square feet of space, Stiles says it will be the largest exhibitor at IWF 2012.
“We are excited to connect with the industry again in Atlanta after skipping the 2010 show due to the low economic conditions which were present in the U.S. during that time period,” Waltman said. “IWF has been a proven sales platform for decades and we look forward to meeting many customers at the 2012 show. “
IWF 2012 will take place Aug. 22-25. For more information on IWF 2012, please visit www.iwfatlanta.com. For more information on Stiles Machinery, visit www.stilesmachinery.com.
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