Traditional Exhibition Stands

  • A tradition exhibition stand for King British
  • A tradition exhibition stand for California Raisins
  • A tradition exhibition stand for Simpana
  • A tradition exhibition stand for Altro Floors
  • A tradition exhibition stand for Stadium Group
  • A tradition exhibition stand for Ultra Moto
  • A tradition exhibition stand for Panache
  • A tradition exhibition stand for Action Aviation
  • A tradition exhibition stand for Panache
  • A tradition exhibition stand for Bourne Shoes

What are Traditional Stands?

Traditional or custom built exhibition stands are stands that are built using traditional methods and materials. Often considered a more expensive option, Traditional exhibition stands are often the second choice when compared to a good quality exhibition system.

To overcome this we can create your next exhibition stand so that it can be re-used for many years, in-fact we have built traditional exhibition stand for clients that have happily re-used the same stand, four times a year for over five years.


Benefits

The main benefits of choosing a traditionally built exhibition stand is presence and flexibility of design. A well designed, well-built and beautifully finished exhibition stand will stand out amongst the hordes of shell schemes and non-descript shell scheme stands.

Unlike system exhibition stands Traditional exhibition stands are not restricted by the limitations of fixed and uniform components with a limited range of possibilities, traditional methods and materials allow for the most complex and exciting structures to be created limited only by the imagination, the laws of physics and, of course, budget.


Our Process

If you have decided you want a traditionally built exhibition stand then a dedicated and experienced project manager will take a full exhibition stand brief and work with you and our team of in-house designers until they have designed the perfect stand to completely fulfil your needs.

Once we have a design agreed we will provide you with a full detailed quotation so you know exactly what the stand will cost. If you already have a stand design you would like us to quote then we would be more than happy to do so.

Our team of experience carpenters and decorators will then produce your stand to the highest possible standard whilst your project manager orders items such as the electrical supply, carpet fitting, graphics production and any other element required for your stand.

Once the stand is built, everything has been ordered and the time has come to start the build-up, the stand is loaded on to one or more of our own vehicles and then transported to site. A team of experienced installers, at least one or more of whom will have been involved in the manufacture of your stand, will carefully and efficiently erect your stand in time for you to dress it with your product or set up your IT.

Once the show is over the guys will return to site and dismantle your stand carefully packing it away ready for storage for future use if required.

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