MACH Machine Tools Showcases Success at MACH 2024

by Anna

MACH Machine Tools, a prominent supplier of DynaPath CNC controlled machine tools and manual machines to component manufacturers in the UK and Ireland, recently marked a triumphant presence at MACH 2024. The company, a part of the Vigilance Group and celebrating its tenth anniversary last year, seized the opportunity to exhibit a diverse range of eight DynaPath machines alongside a selection of manual machines and machine shop equipment.


Throughout the five-day event, MACH Machine Tools attracted over 1800 visitors to its stand, resulting in a significant impact on business. The company secured orders for nine machines during the show and an additional nine orders in the subsequent week. Dave Andrew, the managing director at the Vigilance Group, expressed great satisfaction with the outcome of MACH 2024, highlighting the acquisition of 18 confirmed machine tool orders and the promising leads generated during and after the event.


One noteworthy observation was the proactive interest exhibited by visitors, who specifically sought out MACH Machine Tools’ stand rather than discovering it incidentally. This shift reflects a growing awareness and appreciation for the company’s offerings within the manufacturing community.

Key highlights at the MACH Machine Tools’ stand included the introduction of the MDV range of competitively-priced vertical machining centres, which generated significant interest among attendees. Additionally, the company’s acclaimed DynaPath control system garnered positive feedback for its advanced capabilities in enhancing productivity and process efficiency.

Despite not exhibiting directly at MACH 2024, Machine Tools Sales Online (MTSO), MACH Machine Tools’ sister company specializing in used machine tools and equipment, also benefited from the exhibition, securing several purchases from customers looking to upgrade to new MACH Machine Tool models.

Looking ahead, MACH Machine Tools is poised for further growth and innovation. The company plans to introduce a new range of MACH 8” – 10” chuck 2- and 3-axis slant bed lathes to the UK market in the coming months. Additionally, a venture named MACH USA will launch in Detroit, Michigan, with plans to showcase products at prominent industry events such as IMTS in Chicago and EASTEC in Massachusetts.

Dave Andrew emphasized the company’s evolution from supplying manual milling machines to offering a comprehensive portfolio of CNC-controlled machines and enhanced manual machine options. The success at MACH 2024 has solidified MACH Machine Tools’ commitment to future expansion, with plans already in place for MACH 2026 and strategic ventures into the US market.

In conclusion, MACH Machine Tools’ impressive showing at MACH 2024 underscores its ongoing commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction within the machine tools industry.


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